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Will Send 4,278.
Missouri will supply 3,723 white
urn 355 negroes for army scrv
The men will
ice turner the new drift
this month Si?stied by the
pari ;nt lit Saturday
training camp over
five dajs beginning
Death of Dr. McNutt. , A Telegram.
Dr. W. B. A McNutt died at the The follo-virg telegram wus re
Baptist Sanitarium in St Louis on ceived by J J Brown, Director
Wednesday, April 10. 1918. where Libertv Lo.m Orgmiizaiion, Wednvs
he bad gone some two we-k before day of this week and will explain
for treatment. The body wt.s the abseucr of information in regir l
brought back to Voi.roe C tv. nrriv- to Liberty Liii .ulociipioiia in
ing on Burlington train No 17 ( this community. A tabulated , lirt
Thursday moning. Funtr.il serv of which was bt ing prepared at the
ices will be held fiom the Christian time the teWnm whs received h
Church this aftt moon and iil be. whs dated Si. Louis, April 8. ut.d
in charge of the Masonic Order of reads:
of which he was an honored uiem-i "By direct ruling from Treasury
ber Interment i- St. Judes cem-'Department at Washington we are
I prohibited from giving to the press time for prior enlistments.
any information in relation to the
successof the loau which carrita
with it figures either representing
actual subscriptions received or
e.;Uiu for the
a period of
The c iiitily quota hs not been
niiivu;iced but it is probable they
will be 10.5 per cent .of the number
of men called under the first draft.
No credits will be given at the
Dr. McNutt was born in Middle
Grove in this county 67 years ago,
the eon of one of the first practicing
physicians of the county. The elder
McNutt in pioneer ciays practiced
over a thinly settled territory reach
ing from the Missouri river on the
south to almost to the Iowa tine on
Women are to be taken on as
rural route mail carriers all over
the country as a war emergency
, measure. The first examination to
, which women will be eligible will
Stop any statement in relation to take p,nCe ou Apri, 27 m an 8ec.
the fact thai any community has ,!o03 wner lh re vacancies
subscribed or oversuDscnoea lHj8ud where men
quota and any statement in relation , attainable.
carriers are un-
the north. Young McNutt was ed
ucated in the schools of his native to the number of subscriptions re
town and in Westminster College ceived roust be withheld until fur
at Fulton. After taking three years ther notice
if mllediatp work at Westminster Treasury Department reserve
I Here is something in connection
j with the draft law that should be
' remembered: Young men who
be entered the old St Louis Medical the right to furnish to the press all have been allowed deferred class!
College fnow Washington Universi- such information.
ty) and graduated in medicine. Please give your figures as usual
All nf his nn,fessionnl life. exceDt to us. If any chantie in ruling oc-
13 years spent in the state of Ken
tucky, was spent in Monroe City.
He as extensively and favorably
known throughout this part of the
state and erjoytd an enviable rep
utation as a practitioner of unusual
About three years ago his health
began to fail and he retired from
active practice, bince then
curs will promptly advise you"
'William R Compton, Chairman."
J. J. Brown. Director
Liberty Loan Organization.
Mrs. Catherine Anderson.
Mrs. Catherine Anderson, aged 93
years and perhaps the oldest ren
ins dent of Monroe City, in point of res-
! fixation on account of agricultural
or industrial cluims cannot change
; their vocations without being auto
; matically transferred into class one
The fuel administration urges
every one to buy coal for next win
ter jnt as soon as they can get it.
Trie mines are idle half the time at
tins season, t ut later on the rush
Onion Sets, per quart - 10c
Rolled Oats, 3 lbs. - 25c
Eureka Peas, 2 cans - - 25c
Santos Peaberry Coffee, lb. 20c
Yale Coffee, 3 pounds - $1.00
Qili Pickles, per can - - 25c
Spinach, per can - - 25c
Pure Sorghum, per gal. $1.00
Spaghetti, package - 10c
Macaroni, package - - 10c
Cream Cheese, per lb. - - 35c
Pure Lard, per bound - - 34c
Barr's Cash Store
MONROE CITY, MISSOURI.
Ui.cle Sam is today the quarter-
' tr not c. f r, P rt k.lindt. umpll T-T r in
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health continued to fail until the idence, passed away at her home in Plain the iime squarely and
.h,a Anrii 7.h iciia . counts ou every American to ao
He is survived by a wife and Mrs. Anderson
three children. The children are Bracken County. Kentucky and
Misses Lillian and Ethel McNutt of came to Monroe City with her hu:
this c tv and Prof. Harrv McNutt ol band, the late n. K. Anderson in
Lexington, Ky. Besides these he 1857,
leaves two sisters. Mrs Josie Forrest She was the mother of eleven
and Mrs. Wesley Jacoby, both of children, four of whom survive
Slater. They are J. B. and C B. Anderson
of this city: Mrs. A. B Combs of
When the women take over the Omaha. Neb., and Mrs. Ella Lighter
Mrs. A. S. Jay ne who has been
iu poor Health for many months is
in a serious condition at ber home
in the west part of town
county offices the cuspidors will go 0f Memphis. Tenn.
out ol the courthouses, witn a cne WflS a devoted
woman judge on the bench the , christian Church
lawyers will have to quit smoking, years. Funeral from the Christen
And with women councilmen we Church conducted bv the pastor.
may expect ordinances making it a rider B T. Wharton. Burial iu St.
Heavy frosts occured here
. day and Tuesday nights but
' damage is reported therefrom.
; Mrs. J. E. Christian is sick at her
home in the west part of town
member otj Mrs. Mattie Grady is very ill at
for many hr home in this city.
Lieut. vm Urown is at home on
a five dav furlough.
misdemeanor to wear a dirty shirt
or come down town unshaven.
There is considerable to this woman
suffrage question bey ond what ap
pears on the surface.
Mrs. R. O. Cranston
is visiting in
Get your seed corn from Wade &
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Leake of Hun-
newell, last week adopted a two
weeks' old babv girl from an Or
phan Home in Kansas City. She
has been given the name Rosemary
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Old Prob is evidently getting
ready to start off with a clear stock ,
of weather, as be has for nearly j Dawson.
i. .. I J! j ... .
tnree mourns oeen unioaaing ou us vvrav ruaua was a Uuincy visitor
all the odds and ends of storms, job ; Sunday
lots of snows, shop-worn thaws and
misfit blizzards which have been
accumulating in his business for
There is only one way to serve
rye Dread, ana mat is witn urn-
burger cheese, for after one taste of
either the victim doesn't care what
happens and grows reckless enough ; ?
to tackle the other.
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Allen Umstattd and family are
moving to St. Louis, where they will
make their future home They
have the very best wishes of the
whole Democrat force.
Miss Stella R Lawson. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. C A. Lawson, of
this city, was married to Mr. E. S.
Whitmore at Hamilton, Mont., on
March 25. 19ia
Wanted Girls, women, boys and
men. Uood wages, steady worn,
reasonable board. Write" Western
Cartridge Co., Alton. III.
The Harry Jarman residence
property on Catherine street was
sold this week to C. M. Sullivan
Consideration hot given.
Mr and Mrs. Anthony McNamee
of Chicago spent part of the week
in this city with Miss Sallie Rouse
Prof. Harry McNutt, of Lexington
Ky., was called here by the death of
bis father, Dr. W. B. A. McNutt.
John Elzea, of New London, trans
acted business in this city yesterday.
A Simple Lesson
ABOUT THE CHURCHES
Interesting items About the
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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.
Sunday Scnool 9:45 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m
B. Y. P. U. 7:30 p. m.
Prayer by Bro. Cook.
Scripture reading. Matt. 5:1-12 by
Brief talks by Roger Rhodes,
Grace Quick, Dewey Johnson. Ros-
well Johnson, Cecil Rhodes, John R
Poem by Lucia Proctor.
Joseph C. Cook, Pastor.
BibleJSchool at 9:45 a. m. Preachy
ing by the pastor, B T. Wharton at
11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Remember,
this is our 'Increase Attendance
Campaign" in Church and Bible
School. Everyone come and bring
somebody with you.
We the undersigned Barber Shops
will on and after April 12th, 1918
charge 35 cents for all styles of
J. W. Strean & Son.
W. B. VanMarter,
R. F. Leake.
Lec Hays has accepted a posi
tion with the Monroe Overland Co..
to assist in the sale of Overland
cars. He will retain' his position at
the F. & M. Bank but will look af
ter and push the sale of Overland
after and before banking hours
He has bought an 85-4 for bis own
use and to be used in demonstrating.
W. B. Pike, manager of the Mon
roe Overland Co . of this city, re
turned Tuesday from Toledo, from
which place he drove through a
number of cars for his sales rooms
here. The distance of 600 mile
was made in three days and with
out accident of any kind.
R. L. Armstrong who is a victim
of tyhoid fever is reported as doing: '
as well as could be expected.
Get Burpee's seeds at Wade &.
Deputy United States Marshal W.
B. Fahy arrested one William
Scaefer, a German alien enemy, at
New Cambria Tuesday. Under a
proclamation by the president he
willjbe placed in prison and may
be held until the close of the war.
Thos. E. Wine, of Sullivan, Ind.,
was called here Wednesday by the
death of his sister, Mrs. Terrill.
Doctor and Mrs. Munn and Miss
VeralTerrill. of Fayette and Mr. and
Mrs. W. R Terrill, of Palmyra also
attended the burial.
I If yon SPEND Y0XTR MONEY
4 j. - m . M
a one qi town,
And your neighbor ipemds HIS
And EVERYBODY ipendi hii
X money out of tow,
What will beoome of tin tewaf
THINK IT OVER.
TRADE AT HOME
Stoutsville put on a very success
ful Red Cross sale last Saturday in
stead of a Liberty Bond sale. How
ever, Stoutsville will come on with
this Liberty Bond sale in due time
as she can always be - depended on
in any emergency.
Angus Powers. ith the Royal
, Flying corps somewhere in France
writes to bis parents in this city
f ' very encouraging letters and eeems
to be an enthusiastic Dira man
W. R. P. Jackson's new residence
is going up nicely. Tbe brick worn
is well advanced and will be pushed
, to bo early completion. 4
We take exceptional pridein
our prescription department.' The
purest drugs -the greatest skill
and care in compounding them
the honest adherence to every
instruction are all absolute nec
essary to give you exactly what
the doctor has directed.
Your life may be endangered
by the slightest mistake, so go
where you know, your prescrip
tion will be bandied in an abso
lutely scientific way We give
prompt service and you avoid all
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