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V K:. 'nil: a City Democrat. VOL. 16 MDNFtOS -CJITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH lO, 1904 NO 47 Candidate yr Attorney General i ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- V.UTUAL TELEPHONE. For clover or timothy seed go A H Green At'end the Farmer's Institute 111 Monroe Citv. Monday, March 14 which he raised on six acres of ground. Tile heads are very compact. Thus far lie has sold f.iiit- Affrka ..f l,'.o Mk UU .. ...... . ... a.,.,uc pcrmancnt Organization Effected -All at pnees ranging irom i to z cents per pound. Mr. .Jordan I will rcaiize more money from his Cabbage patch than many' farmers from tlieir farm of lGOi Interested are Invited to Be Pres at Meeting Next Saturday. For Timothy and Clover seed see McCiintic & Donley. LOST: 2 year-old White-Face heifer with number painted on her right hip. Belong to 11. Manning walker. HORSE AND JACK BILLS: When you want them call on the DEMOCRAT j for prompt alid artistic work and reason- 1 able prices. B irred Plymouth Ricks that I are up-to-date. Cockerels fl 0o. A the meeting of the Mutual acres' Tel. phone people at Ihe Dbmo And right here let us ask how lCKAT llffl.e Siturdav it was many expect to duplicate last j dem ,ntr;ite(1 tn lt the f,innjr3 are In earnest in the matter of Cocks $2 Oi). O 0 NtTCUMAN I El. L R-es has purchased an extra good Norman horse from j Geo. W. Tooley. Christopher Giitsch of D s Moines. Iowa, has moved to a I farm southwest of this city. He is among good people and Will be welcomed. William vValtnau of near Des i year s cucumber crop or lucre ise it this year? Yearling Short Horn bull for sale by L O and VV. S. Wilson. Hon S J Me'sou biught and shipped to Jacksonville, Fia., two loads -if horses. For Sale. A span of good mules and good well cleaned timothy seed at $1 25 per buehH The tim othy seed is at E L Aaderson's store. WALTER A. Moss, Phone 10. Market Report. Cattle... .f2.60f4.60 fi establishing telephone system. They will be sa'.isti sd with a )th ing less than good service, free exchange with a!l 'phones in Northeast Missouri, and this service at aetu il c lt, Permanent officer were elect ed as follows: H W Wood, President. G VV Tooley, vice Presi 1 ut. P E Orr, Secretary. C L Elzea, Treasurer. An executive C immittee, con sisting of G W Tooley, L O Wilson and F E Orr was elect- i!0N. E. W. MAJOR. Hon. Elliott Bowling Green, foi Attorney -' 1 tht decision oi vent ion. nine yea r- old, a i W. M j r. ff district in the State Senate and is ,i cauiUdaie as a public servant his record is it-r,.:, sui jeel to without blemish Not the faint- the S'ate (!imi- est smell of rprVuptfOn is on his garment s, and he was alwavs Qlindful of the people's' inter ests. All evil doers look alike to Elliott W Major rich will be p-oseculed as quickly as n . .. . z i n.i; nil f i a i lr - is,uuvfu uvj : Sheep 3.00(g5 00; Hens 9.Jc Turkeys - ..l2ctol3Vc Due Us" 8c Moines. Iowa, has moved to a,,.irs "" He ttrm 4. miles west of this city. Corn new - 35c We think he will learn that Corn old 43c Mr. Mij r is thirty alive Vlissou nun. ,i m tn oi i.i inly, n llretoug Dem icral and has eeu an act iv campaigner since bis major Ity Hi- has been practicing the poor. Be was selecfed by lav.' for elgnteeu years aud is the senate to revise the statutes considered one Of the beit and In ISOOaud did the work well mo--' successful lawyers if just like he does all his work. Northeast Mis mrl. He Is em- He is a man ability and Ineutly qualified to discbarge the duties of I he 'in :e to which be aspires ace rately and effici ent ly. He his represented his t honor, integrity, is fearless In the discharge of Irs duties; in fact is just the kind of a in ni to have till the office of Attorney General. Mtssourians are reputation for hospitality. Harry Goen lost a good cow Friday night. He could not tell what caused her death. R L Youe'd, chicken fancier of Strother, was a business visitor in the city Saturd iy. A A Harland of Decatur, III., has taken possession of the J. Keudrick farm and is well pleased. For Sale 2 high-grade short horn bull calves. W M. Carri co, 7 miles southwest of Mon roe. 3-17 Oats 38c Hay ..-f6.00f7.50 Shipments for week decidedly light. Hon S J Melson, 1 car horses; J Gent Faqua, 1 car of mules; Birger & McClintic, 2 cars hogs; J W Hirdesty, 1 car wheat; Bi'zer A D rigo. 1 car dressed poultry; Selby Poultry Co., 2 cars dressed poultry. Total 8 cars. Gulden Wedding. Mr. and Mrs T H. Bill. M and Mrs. W. E. BiH and Z. V. Leake and wife left yesterday for Pleasant Hill, III to attend i Bessie Scobee, of near Florida. This committee was empower ered to buy material, construct the system, etc. T.te com ait tee was In the city yesterday for the purpose of looking out best routes for lines and attend ing to such other busltess as might come before it. The meeting last Saturday adjourned to meet Saturday. A,iri! 2 unless so mer convened by call. Since that tima it has been deemed best to have a meeting next Saturday and the meeting has been called All who are interested in establishing the Mutual Telephone system are urged to be at tne DatfOGRAS office at 1:30 p. m, Saturday. March 12. John H. Crabtree and Miss Col W T Youell auctioned off tne 'den wedding of their j were married at the home of the FARMERS MSFiTUrF n the imProve,ntat MUsopri j c Jin Demons' rations that have been made at oar Experi Three Seiiloni to lie lield in Monroe ment Station clearly show that Opera House. Monday, March It, an improvement can be mate in our owa corn crop of from 10 to Do ou farm in n at 1 i In w i w uld it ; ue opera hi i I- n J i .. T iere will to make the pi fliabl V If so, l .i rmei Institute b. ev se fit (i in t -pi glVe W. t j in li b i Tu some idea ifterliooa and Attend every md you will - and u is to the farmer to be 1 " . i R ing will f the subjects a ' I be ii ;cussed. Tne veni j: 'ssiod will be de'' ' ' toa lecture ou Agri cu'tui i'i which will bt Ul iist rati I stereoptican Views, nil will be interesting to in i t a nyone, There will be present to ad dr. -s the meeting Dr. J. C Whttteu, Horticulturist of the Experiment Station, who will di en s any subject requested by these present relating to horticulture. Mr, D. A. Robnette of Colutn bi a, one of i he most successful apple growers of the state, will discuss the Management of an Orchatd' Dr. G M Tucker of the Agri cui'ural College, will lecture on "Corn Improvement " This is a very timely subject at tuis DO per cent by scientific meth ods of breeding see.i c rn. Dr. D. F. Luc key. State Vet erinarian, will discuss "L ve Stock Diseases and Live Stock Sanitation."' Toe subject of Ihe most interest to ti'e people of this community will be given the greatest amount id time. parents. bride s uncle, M. is. oeobee, on last Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Tne bride is a daugb- a cow on the streec Siturday tor Charles Evans. Del Hagar boutrht her for S37 50. Good A By cow, cheap cow. Adaud), tine ooy has arrived ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D ScoOee Madden Bros have lost a fine Prok Tdrner'a Prank of the same vlClhlty. Uev. U. mule from blood poison. it j smiles no w and says, -Yes. it is lt.ee ot Center ofheuted Tae ... u vr., cm. ii a,..,...,i f inow 5 and 5." iuewly married couple will, In a John L Owen has bought 20 head of beeves from James Gor-1 don and 3 from Marion Nolen, Lecture on Pope Leo XII John Lewis Corley wil . i, : .. T eenf 19 he.nl h. the TT.nnilv.l "n I'M'a. u:uiiiC u,. L.eo Xlt at tne tioiy Kosary A Good Tiling. Ye peueu pu-. no' strolled through Marshall Bros, factory Monday afternoon and found all hands busy building tirst class thoroughly se ts in ' I tim bers and as good iron as can be bought. On the second U or we found tifteen painted and un painted wagons. They were beauties, or, as Holla Marshall expressed il: " Ve are putting up as good a wagon as can be built, for we are working for a reputation in that line." This season they are putting up til ty wagons as a kind of starter. Verdner Carson knight ot the grip has been spending a por tion of week with the home folks. . Miss Anna Mae Boul ware left Thursday for a visit with market Monday and has receiv ed a car load from Kansas 0 ity Thomas Buckman reports a good sale at John Shay's. He says: "H rses brought from 110 to $150, cows, as high as 40; brood sows, 18; shoats Weighing 50 pounds, 3 90; corn 40c, and hay 10 to 15 per stack. Prices for househould goods were satisfactory.'' Church this city Sunday eve i- ing March 13, 10 )4 at 7:31 The tribute the world paid the late Pooe at his death is unprece dented in history. All natiom and peoples of every religion loved him. Why? The ques tion is answered in a pleasing and interesting way by the lec turer. It is a su j set of timely short time, go to houskeeping Ion the Frank L;ttlepage farm give I which the groom recently pur Pope Chased StOUtsville B inner. The Bride is a granddaugh ter of Stephen Mead anal h is in my friends. John Green formerly of In dian Creek, later ot lienssel ler, has move to Siepherd, 111., jjst opposite 11 in ii aj. Miss Mary Nickels, of BUnal 'bat, has had a pleasant visit with her sister, ftfrs. T. M. interest to every oue regard'-'ss BmUvare. Henry Begley sold ten acres Of ae or religious belief. Tne of his land at east for 1)00. line of city J Gent Fuqua shipped a car load of mules to the St Louis market. Thomas E'zea, Monday sold 2 cows and a sucking calf to Mannining Elliott. Their weights were 1220, 1225 and 715 pounds respectively. Mr El liott also bought a steer from R. B. Sandifer which weighed 790 pounds. Sioux Falls, S. D., March 7. C. H. Jordan, ex-sheriff of Brule county, who since retiring from office has devoted his attention to farming, is becoming the cabbage king of South Dakota. He is now marketing an aggre- After a pleasant visit with lecturer is a member of the St Louis Bar which makes bim lhe bomefolks, Victor Spalding neculiarlv titled to discuss his subject intelligently from the : c'- day the great busy returned to his studies in Gain- view point ot world. Of his ability the press says: Chicago Record Herald: "He was perfectly natural in tone and gesture aud had a com manding and pleasiag stage ap pearance. ''2 Fort Wayne News: '"Mr. Corley is au orator and lecturer of excellent ability and has some of the highest commenda tion from all that beard him." Proceeds to go to the church. Admission 25 and 15 cents. Tne jury, after three hours deliberation Saturday, gave a verdict that Lord F. Seymour Barriugton is guilty of the mur der of McCann. Samuel Sparks has settled up the personal portion of the Sleight estate and turned over to the widow 550. ThSreal estate is to be sold March 24. John Ryan was with Fulton relatives the first of the week. Squire Rosell was quite hap dv yesterday. He had beard that be is again grandpa, a tine boy having made his appea ance at the home of J. R. nolds in Paris.