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title: 'Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, September 27, 1918, Image 6',
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Robert Hawkins, Ryal Youn0,
Dewey Johnson and Robert Hrd
"went to Fulton the first of the vr-ek
to enter the S. A. T. C, of West
NOW is the time to have vour
Christmas pictures made. Miss
Colorodo, the Rocky
Estes Park, Yellow
stone National Park
Glazier Nat'l Park
and all the other
National Parks and
Monuments in the
West, Black Hills,
Buffalo Bill Country,
Big- Horn Mountains,
North Pacific Coast
and California, now
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S. B. TMEHOFF, Tkt.
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ABOUT THE CHURCHES
Interesting items About the
Regular services as follows:
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m.
Senior League at 7.-00 p. in.
Preaching at 8:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednes
Pay evening at 8:00.
H. C. Boleti, Pastor.
E. L Crane, Pastor. J. D. Uuer
back, S. S. Supt.
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a m Preaching. Subject
God's Faithfulness, and special, go
to Church Day, program including
special music by Mr. and M. M. P
Nolen, Mrs.sGeo. Tompkins, Jr., and
the Pastor. 8 p. m. Special music
and sermon. Subject: The Three
fold Shepherd Work of Christ Come
and let us enjoy these meeting to
geiher. 8 p. ra. Wednesday nihr
ST. JUDE S EPISCOPAL
Sunday School 9:45 a. m Serv
ice and Sermon 11 00 a. m. Even
iug Prayer and Lecture 8:00 p m
Friday, "American Christianity"
8:00 p. m. O Lindstrom. Rector.
We are planning for a great scrv
ice Sunday. Every member of the
church in Sunday School. Every
Sunday School pupil in church
service The pastor will preach
from the text: ' He hath not dealt
so with any nation." The morning
service will abound in patriotic
songs, renewing of church covenant
and voluntary pledges to the 4th
Morning sermon 11.00 a. ra.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Evening sermon 8 p. m Theme:
"Passion for I he unsaved " We
Go to' Church Sunday at Christian
Church. There will be three Spec
ial Services, morning, afternoon and
night The morning service will
be in the interest of the Bible
School. We want 150 in Bible
School at 10 a. m. Bible School
will be followed by a Picture Ser
mon to children, called "Building
the Hoii9e," a character study help
ful aud interesting to young and
old. Close with communion.
At 3:00 p ra. there will be a
young people's service to organize
a Christian Endeavor, Rev. C. E.
Nichols of Clarence, C E Supt. of
District will be present Come and
Sermon to the church at 8 p. m
Ttiere will be special music morning i
and night. The Sunday School
chorus will sing for church iu the
morning. L.'t every member and
all our friends come to the Bible
School and all church services and -
ncourage our Cnildren and Supt.;
and Teachers and Church Workers.
Little Vivian Irene Sullivan, died
ut toe home of her pateuts Satur-
day September 21, after a short ill ;
Vivian Irene Sullivan was born
on a farm a few miles southeast of
this city July 7, 1915 and was the!
youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-'
Funeral services ' were held Sun -. ,
day from Oakland Church. !
Mrs. Josephine Little, 62 years!
old passed away at the home of her i
son, Oscar Little, Sunday, Sept.!
22, after a several weeks illness. :
Mrs. Josephine Little was born in j
Ralls County. Feb. 8, 1850. Her
husband preceded ber in death
several years ago.
Funeral services were held Tues
day morning at Brush Creek Church
conducted by the Rev. Fr. Vetter.
Burial was in the cemetery of that
L G. Long, of Ft- Oglethorpe, Va.,
is spending a ten day furlough with
his wife who has been visiting here
several weeks. Mrs Long was for
merly Miss Eleanor Baker, of Ft.
Worth, Texas and is a niece to Mrs.
J. M. Johuson of this city.
PlSse bring the little tots in the
M0R MING. Miss Belle Johnson.
The only drawback ir having
city men go on farms . and work
during vacations according to The
Butler Democrat's way of looking
at it, lies in the danger that jaded
city appetites may be so strength
ened by outdoor life that, the city
man will eat more than be- earns.
And that is a very real danger, too.
if you ask the farmer's opinion
Something of a food destroyer him
self, be looks with awe on what an
untrained city appetite can do to
Two girls from France will be
beneficiaries to full scholarships at
William Woods College at Fulton
the coming year. Two hundred
and fifty French girls are to spend
the coming year in American
schools through the efforts of the
American Association of Colleges
The girls at William Woods will re
ceive both board and tuition free.
George Turnbull was called to
Springfield, III., Monday by the fieri
ou3 illness of his mother, Mrs Ada
Turnbull, who has been iu a hos
pital iu that city for several
months. Mrs. Turnbull died Tues
day. Tne shooting of Dangerous Dan
McGrew picturezed from the poem
featuring Edmund Breeze, Saturday
Sept. 28, Matinee 2:30. Night 7
o'clock Matinee 15 and 20c. Night
25 and 30c.
Mayor J. G. Wade hart the mis
fortune to break bis right arm Sun
day afternoon . while cranking his
W. C. Morse arrived here Sunday
night from Clinton, Id., after several
months absent from this city.
Mrs. Laurence Leggett, of Pal
myra is visitiug at the home of her
aunt, Mr 8. C. A. Lawson.
Miss Delia Powers returned home
Sunday after a few days visit with
friends in Qjinc;.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mtdcalf spent
Saturday aud Sunday with friends
Go to Miss Belle Johnson for
Newest Autumn styles at Mc
Allister & Lee's.
TUB TALK OF MARION, RALLS, PIKE
AND MONROE COUNTIES IS THE
STUPENDOUS SALE OF
AIIWool Dress Goods
in Lots at 43c 55c 75c 88c $1 Yd
19c for 36in. Fancy Silkalines,
just the thing for comforts, cheaper than calico.
127 Ladies' fall weight Vests and Pants,
only 50c guaranteed worth $1.
5010 Yds. Fancy Ginghams
at 25c 30c and 35c
1200 Yards of Percales
at 20c 30c and 35c
250 PAUL JONES MIDDIES JUST IN
20 AU-Wool Ladies Suits all we have left your
choice for $11.65.
Think of it 200 House Dresses, Ginghams and Per
cales, $1.35 to $1.88.
Ladies Black Seamless Hosiery 15c 20c 22c
Childrens Black Seamless Hosiery 19c 25c 35c
Mens Black Sox 18c 25c 35c
Why Not Rise Above
If you are a man nearing
middle life, or even if have
passed it, and possess fairly
g. od health, and feel thit you
have struck a dead level on
the question of wages, would't
it be well to take stoek of
yourself to see if the fault is
not yours, and if so, try and
correct it before too late?
We had such men in our
employ many of them who
supposed they were hopelesly
in the rut, with advancing
years coming o ), and with no
hope of improvement.
Fo"tunately, either by de
sign or chanc or good luck or
fate, they came to us and we
put them o:i their feet. These
men are now valuable to us,
they have s'.eadv employment
at good wages, and what is of
more consequence, they enjoy
a measure of peace and coi
teritment such as they nevr
Parlin & Orrendcrf,
Manufacturers o! Farm Implements
Some household goods consisting
of oue soft coal heater almost new,
one safe and kitchen cabiner, two
rocking churs and other nrticles.
Also one and one-half dozu nice
young Plymouth rock chickens.
1. A Hornback.
Victor Drescher, son of Mr. and
Mrs. N A Drescher is very sick
suffering with typhoid fever.
Fine Millinery Exhibit 8t McA'
lister & Lee's