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Monro e City Democrat. fVOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JANUARY 15. 1903 NO 42 ITEMS E:R9M FARA1ERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- Harvey Gray and estimable wife have moved loto th sir new and modern home on the farm. Last week one of the Monroe City poultry dealer was buying dressed turkeys at Holliday, Stoutsville and Paris for 12c when the same concern was paying 14c for live turkeys in this city. Oh, yes, :.l you want top prices for anything, Monroe City is the place to Bell. Harry A McOhntic has bought 8 mules and a horse from Dick McClintic at Rush lull of hogs l Sharp & Gray. "2 cars of sheep: A. H. Green, 8 cars of bay and 0 of corn; Ed Yates, 5 cars of hiyj Monroe City Mill ing Co., Ill cars of corn. Total 88 cars. ADOUT THE CHURCHES. T " lon at VVithers Min yester day. ilays sold a Dice to Bryor, i ; o. Tliomaa Yati ij gentleman 4 bead . iS. Haydi n black ui ' Hamilton, sold the s of good he W. II. Elliott has baled hit bay crop ,nd shipped it. Tl ;ri was four cars of it but bi i I '. unabl ti et more than thie cars bau ed I he la-1 one to tl city and d to A. H. Green. From Missouri. The advent of a 20 pound Mis souri corn fed turkey in the camp has caused somewhat of a commotion in the Colorado pou.try world especially In Wallslreet, where this ever popular bird rises far above the other classes of the feathered fowl. Our esteemed fellow citizen John Cus-'cU is responsi ble for this flutter amongst the barn yard Inhabitants, for it was from his Missouri home that this intruder came. Perhaps this thoughtful acton the part of Mr. Cusack was to offset the surprise we all contemplated lie would bring back, but it Wl't vor'.: that way for he lias already received a gentle re- n the way of some sub inn d t ousekeeptog articles. (I on'il less Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Rev. A. B Honk left Monday for Monte. Mo., to hold a pro tracted meetint;. Sunday will be the second Sunday after Epiphany. R4v. and Mrs. J. II. Riffe have gone to Moberly where they will visit a while and then go to Texas. The Thank offering box habit has struck the missionary soci ety of the Paris Baptist church. They cracked the box the oth jr day and found $;")0 in it. Rockford, 111., -Ian. 12. Duke M. Parson of Chicago has written Rev. C B. Witherell, pastor of the Metropolitan Holiness church, that the new Uobness seminary will be built hen-.. An expenditure of !50, 000 is contemplated Rev. Father Lyo through the city Saturd: SI 'A H KS FUOM A PRBAOH' BRS ANVlU How to be useful in your church. Attend all services of the church regularly and punctu ally. Join heart and soul in ail the worship of God's House. Make a weekly payment to the support of your church. Find out what you can do in the EpWOrth or Endeavor soci etv. in the wotnans foreign mis sionary society, or the woman's aid society, and do it faithful ly and heartily as to the Lord. Bring your friends to church with you, and if possible inter .'-t them in the work of your church. Speak well of the work of your chtfCil to your neighbors. Let ,ii light so Blline before men t t ihey may iee your Fdthe ho is in heaven. Lei I and lives express the HIGHLY INDIGNANT Are Flic People Of Boston The Hair Of Thl Dog Is Good Ffr I tie Bite Theodore V 09evelt is being smited hip and i high, for he is "ui) against it goodand plenty," Having hie own "sweet will" is causing him and otberi plenty of troubh In forcing a negro postmaster on the citizens of Indian da, Miss , he laid him self open to the charge: He dares not pit . a negro in a responsible position in a north ern state. V.' II, to show the people his bach bone or lodes- cretion, he i appointed W sed en n SI. Thorn; 80 acr south Piercea ' John i .1. Yates has so' Rev. ract of I: iln- city 92,650. to B. J 2 wspapet office tin1 The phone was tin idrlck, of Hassard, has bought IS hogs from I. L Owen. Jr . 20 trom .fames EDI ott, 0 from William Turptn, from V I Ham Qosney and 600 bushels of corn from J. P. '1 i gar, a car load of it from Thorn as Boon and several small lots from otner parties. During the past few days i Barger & McClintic have hoi ;,' lit hogs from the following farm ) ers: U. H. Lefever. 1; Ed f Branch, 8; W. H. Teed, 5; John L Hick, 2; W. H. Bower, 'J; H. G. 1 Kaden. 12', C. C. Lewis, 8; J WjMounce, 10; R. E. Redman, 15; T. V. Thurmen, 7; C. P. Mc Gee. 1; W. E. Jones, 3; Mrs. E. Wood. 7; Sam Bower, 1?; B. Kincaid, 8; J. Crane, 33; Z. Gup ton, 14; W. E. Baker, 1; G Roger, 11; F. E. Thomas. 2. J, H. Tip McClintic ship ped two cars of fancy cattle Sunday. They were of his own feeding. John L. Owen took 12 head nf beeves to the Hannibal market, Monday. Will Truitt has sold Thomas VanMarter one sow and six pigs lor $35. Ob, no. there is no money in farming. Thomas VanMarter has fin ished delivering 303 bushels of corn to dealers in this city. Walter Boarman has sold a car load of corn because his crop was so great that he did not have stock enough to con sume it nor crib room to hold it. Node Green reports the sale of the Mrs. Mary Upton home on Chestnut St to M. A. Pike. Consideration $000. Market Report. Cattle ti2.50lf5.00 Hogs -.f5.500.10 Sheep ...2.504.50 Lambs 4.005.00 Chickens 9c Turkeys 1315c Ducks 08c Geese 7c Eggs 21c Corn 38c Shipments for the week fair. J. H. McClintic. 2 cars of cat cle; Barger & McClintic, 8 cars come in idv ere Ion . The fate turkey is easily told, I in a most artistic I . , I. . 1..,'... nflal I , - , . . , . I M. E. Church a i v n ' n meat oi .min. , domicile, served i;i a that Would add lu iter m..nl-na CVifr' II" Vna . ,v" , ,' The accommodating preac enjoyea uy me mrtiey . nd , , VII. t loed. "Is this the devil? a rea tlv epicurians who congregate ar obd her jovial festive board B rlrr County (Col.) Miner rnute ta Indian Greek fr Louis Hannibal Journal. C. O. Hansford, of South, ste into a m er day. inif and the editors ver I The accommodating Holy religion you profess. Be a worker, not a drone, ami work iu harmony with your chuich, Show a brother's snirit and pped give a brother's hand to every Oth fellow worker in the Kingdom ring- j of Christ, out, cher The worth of church member II Lewis. -of Harvard ia ni districl on. The B President : wty to sho South." A meat has i howl monj the E atnon the .-i mi stuff and Wl In rags be with ins hor it i ' "r i a graduate r 1 School, assis irney of Boat ins say : The n ! out of his people of the y tiie appoint M 1 as much of a beau eaters of i ''her one did on planters of f is the real r both thumbs he is through ill A. Sullivan is preparing to enter the clothing business in this city on or about Feb. 15. As Mr. Sullivan has prac tically spent his entire life in the commercial he d ot tins v Inn to vou and to me must 1 1 needs depend upon the use we : .1 ,w,.l P.m mtniaffp the astonished poacher an d make of it for the glory of God . ted A ranff off in the ear of the ana me ueiiermeni oi uuraaity. mm youth who was looking for the: "devil" to join in a skate on the w. . . d b mill pond. -Brooktield Budget j narties. neither one The meeting at the Baptist has any right to break that church in Hunuewell closed contract without the consent of r Paris, been having a lis week. He house of Ed left a pretty -u the bird visi ts, and left with pretty mite of citv, he needs no introduction r""a3 " to the people. He is a judge of clothing and furnishing goods and says: I am going to put in a first class stock of thein. A stock that will draw trade of itself. He has secured the corner room under the New Monroe Hotel and will place Services his new stock in it as soon as it day. can be fitted up for him. He savsR. V., his father, will be around a good deal to talk re ligion and read the papers, It was well at- the other. When any one' is tended and there were seven therefore thinking of breaking additions. Rev Obenchain ot their contract with tbeir church Macon, assisted by Rev. J. T. Dy doing that which their Nevins of Hannibal, conducted church and get her consent, the meeting Shelbina Demo- 1 No gentleman is expected to do crat. I less than this, not to say a Presbyterian. Christian. The Stork hi merry I Ime i stopped at tli Patterson and little girl. Tl; M. Pink mother femininity. But down at Phil Keysers the old bird changed its tune or changed the gender, for it is a bright handsome hoy. And once again he has hov ered over the home of William Van Morter, and to his dtligt has left a bouncing boy to his tender m "Ties. as usual next Sun- Offlcere Installed. Thursday evening the officers of the Monroe City Lodge I. O. O. P. for the ensuing term were inscalled by J. C. B. Thomas, D. D G. M.. of Palmyra, as Wood. The wife of Hon. John O. Wood, of Canton, Mo., died yes terday morning, aged 72 years. Mrs. Wood wis the mother of Mrs. E. S. Boulware, of this city and H. W. Wood, of near the city. Hon. and Mrs. Wood resided near this city for many years and was highly esteemed by all who knew them. Fresh Deal. James T. Umstattd concluded that his tarm needed his entire attention and to that end dis posed of his interest in the Wood & Umstattd drug store to Lamar M. Wood, the deserved ly popular brother of Perd Wood. The firm now change was made yesterday morning is Wood Bros, and we predict a happy and successful future for it. Kadlv Burned. Little Edith. the loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos Van Morter, was sitting in a high chair by the stove and in getting down fell on the stove burned her forehead quite severely. Editor Versus Crops. Praver meeting Wednesday ' From Kansas City ( Mo. ) Pointer. 0;. ! T n m The lesson 1 Rocknort. Mo.. Democrat: is the first three chapters of "Dear farmer friends, now that ! follows: Romans. Bible students will you have harvested bountiful jG- W. Tompkins, N. G. ; be cordially welcomed. crops and prosperity from every , R. O. Ballard. V- G : c j javenueiu life has smiled upon John T. Christian. Sec; , . ou the past eight months, we , S, D -maree. i reas. ; There w.ll be the regular ,lope you wiU remem J. W. Burdltt. R, 8. N. G. : weekly teacher s meeting U the ' : w u L R N Q . Rector's study Wednesda y forwur(i w(th a liberal W. A. Patterson, W. ; evening at hall past 'heart and renew your subscrip J- J. Pitzpatrick. C ; 'clock- , Itiou. We've harvested no wheat W. G. Nance. I G. ; There will also be me regular , n. t,.n.nt n no mm rrnn-! An.r lnllaHnn khm don't own any fat cattle. or I members repared to the Garner swine. The only thing on earth Restauraunt and enjoyed the that we can call our own in the! good things there prepaired tor way of a living creature is our j them There will be Pirst De bull dog, Dave Francis, and gree work to night and all he's growing old mighty fast, members should be present. , i j . i , hence you win unuersiunu that we need money. Come in choir practice in the church, preceded by evening prayer, at seven o'clock. Morning and evening services, with sermon, next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. The Rector hopes that all native Missouri - ans and acclimatized strangers in the parish will by that time;and jiave your uatne registered have become so accustomed to the present cokl weather that they will feel able to meet tneir Rector who promises to be in the church, ready for service and sermon, some five or ten minutes at least before the ringing of the second bell. PntsT Baptist. Regular services Sunday by pastor, Rev. Dr. I. W. Read. Subject of morning discourse: "A Lesson from Snow." Even ing: "A Winter Voyage."; D. M. Proctor represented the First church as delegate to upon the great book ot tiie blessed for another year. Other wise you will feel that you are The killed. Atlas Cement Co. at Hannibal will scon get the 1 name of man smasher. Every Wise VOU Will icci mat yvu u.i c . ,J . g .. few days some poor fellow is partly responsible for the edi- , lc f . tor of the Democrat old clothes." Benj. Handley, of wearing i Ctv ha recovered trom insi severe illness, so far as to be able to come back to the home folks Sunday. mashed up or killed. Friday a sand bank caved iu aiid killed Frank Dinwiddle, of Union ' Townshin. Marion County and Kansas niort or less severely injured Miss Willie Maddox, of Ely. has been visiting her friend, Miss Daisy Handley the Bethel Baptist S. B. Oon-' the city. ten of his fellow workmen. In Honor. At time of going to press yesterday, Mrs. W. L. Reid was entertaining quite a party of north of i labies iu honor of her friend ' Miss Irene Bodine of Paris.