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Because we carry the Leading Line, the line every prosperous farmer wants and cannot do without and everything bought of A. JAEGER is guaranteed to be the best obtainable. John Deere Plows, Cultivators, Corn Planters and Harrows. Disk Gang, Gang and Sulky Plows, Riding and Walking Cultivators. New Departure Cultivators. Collins' Celebrated Plows. Janesville and John Deere Disk Cultivators. Knapheide and Beggs Goodson Farm Wagons JV-LJHjCJ3r FIELD FEUOE MOLJE,LLI.. PAMPHLETS Will be sent FREE to any address if THE LEADER i w i v b v ' v w rw w rv rw iviwww wwwwuv m h ma pn nap m mc u nums nai not mar war mm w w nan mar v mar av -ww iwnmtwmffnanvnm. v'v W. J. HOUSE, Editor. R. P. HIXSON, City Editor. terms $I.OO PER YEAR assecond-clase matter. OFFICE RESIDENCE It 158 F PI NflF NO 1 TJKSIJA Y. MAR. R 1)4 R HH L HI Kr.HFs jrcsung rews concerning int ent Denominalions. Differ- is Cod njn Closes Promptly at 9 a- ni Each Wednesday. Don't Forget it. ytev. M. L. McReynolds was pleased with the Sunday li man, Rev. R. M. In low it be followed him to Shelbi laud took some more of it. Sev. J. R. Pcntuff, of Steph ; College, was in the city ill relatives Sunday. (lew York, Feb. 27. In line h the the reorganization of financial system of the Ro ll Catholic church which has n instituted oy rope rius, Clergy m mis country must long hereafter on smaller incomes. Priests, it is under- Services at Hunnewell at 10 stood, will receive not more a. m. Sunday, than $1,000 a year and their African M. E. Church. "living." Rev. G. W. Berry, of Louis- Tbe recently announced rules iana has been conducting a for Catholic Church choirs per protracted meeting at the Holi mitting only men to sing an i "ess Church. Theie was one the use of nothing that might addition and the spiritual inter be regarded as profane music i est was increased. Good order for the rubrical services, will was maintained. The collec be enforced gradually in St. 1 tions was $13. The housi was Louis, after authentic copies of tilled at every service. Rev. the rules are received by Arch- j Page of Paris assisted two nights. Rev. Berrv thanks the Holiness people for the use of their church and announces that he will hold services there I on he second and tourth Sun- days it) each mouth. i Methodist. bishop G lennon "This is a matter to be dealt with slowly and surely," said Archbishop Glennon to the Post Dispatch. "I might issue a mandatory order, but 1 would consider that unwise. It will only affect about one-half of the churches in this diocese. As I understand the rules at pres ent, they do not reler to the de votional services.'' HOLY ROSARY. Ti T7, t r ivev. rr. j. .uyons announces the following services: Mass 7:30 a. m., Lenten Devotions Friday 7:30 p. m., consisting of sf rmon, "Way of the Cross'1 and Benediction. Sunday evening Devotional services, Recitation of Beads and Benediction. Sun day morning. Mass at 7:30 o'clock. The third Quarterly Meeting for Monroe City charge will be held Mav 15-10 Rev. O. B Holliday P. E. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. We are anxious that the whole church shall at tend the prayer meeting. Epworth League, Jr., will meet Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Let all the young Leaguers attend without fail. Tfye Sr. Epworth League will meet Sunday at 6:30 p. m. We wanuati tne young people of the dhurch to attend the Sr. League service. Let each Leaguer read again his vows to the church and to the League and see if he is fulfilling those vows, and if not why not? The choir meets each Friday at 7:30 p. m , to practice. I hope the choir will rally their torces. Preaching Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Subject in the morning: A camel put through the eye of a needle. Evening subject: Future punishment ot the finally incorrigibly wick ed. Endless. Sunday School Sunday at 9:30 a. m. W. R. P. Jackson super intendent. Please: If the teach ers find at any time that they cannot be present on Sunday morning, let them be sure to send a substitute for their class. Don't let your class feel that you are not ueepiy interested In them. Bro. or sister teach er, look after your class closely it will pay for two worlds. D. F. Bone. First Baptist. The pastor is giving a series of four discourses upon "The Church." Subject next Sunday morning: The Church of the First Cen tury. Evening subject: A Triple Alliance. St. Jude. Sunday School and services at the usual hours. Two Babies. Frances Marion Nolen has an other bright little daughter to entertain and provide for. Earl Lefever has a bouncing boy at his place and is as hap py as though he bad raised a. fine crop of pumpkins. Card of Thanks. We desire to thank the neigh bors and friends of Mouroe City for there kindness and help through the sickness and death of our son and brother also to the Court of Honor Lodge who showed us much courtesy. Mrs. M. J Rohr & Family. Telephone Supplies Glass Insulators, Porcelean Knobs, Arms, Brackets, Insula ted wire and Batteries can be found at A. Jaeger's Hardware. The next meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held at the home of Mrs. D. S. Sharp who has kindly invited the union to meet with her on Tuesday March 8th at 2:30 p. m. We desire a good attendance. If you'need timothy or clover seed see A. H. Green.