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Monroe City Democrat.
VOL. 17
NO 36
Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining
To Farmers.
cars bogs and 1 of cattle, H W
Wood 3 cars cattle and Selby
Poultry Co., 2 cars poultry and
eggs. Total 14 cars.
For Sale or Trade A good
Wood store. Inquire at Demo
Spiker will butcher you
Missouri farmers took 252
medals at the World's Pair.
Great is the Missouri farmer.
White Plymouth Cockerels
for sale. Apply at Democrat.
If you want Col W T Youell
call bim up at the Democrat
officeor Wood Bros drug store.
His family is off on a visit and
no one is at home to answer
phone calls.
Jersey Cows For Sale.
I have for sale 7 Jersey cows
some giving milk, 2 with calves
by side, others will be fresh
12 29 J A Bixler.
Prank Hagan brought in 8
head of hogs Monday that av
eraged 278 pounds and received
$4.25 for same.
John Sullivan has bought 4
head of yearlings from Mr
Stimpson of near Hunnewell, 2
from Mr Fowler, 3 from A
Withers and 4 from J W White,
which added to the ones He had
will make a pretty bunch for
shipment a year hence.
Henry W Wood shipped 3 car
load of good cattle, Tuesday.
One million bead of sheep are
being fed in the district around
Fort Collins this season, which
exceeds by 300.030 the number
of sheepever fedthere inthe past.
All the railroad men in the
West are deeply concerned in
this information, as these sheep
together with the lambs and the
wool to be sheared, will be
shipped East next spring, and
already agents are in the field
to secure this business.
Three pure bred Aberdeen
Angus male calves and three
pure bred Poland-China male
shoats. Davenport & Co
On the Agricultural farm at
Col uubia there is a cow over 17
years old and still working.
Duting lier 15 years of service
she has wade the State over
$1,300 clear profit.
It pays to take good care of
all stock and poultry. Provide
comfortable winter quarters and
feed well.
Market Report.
For Wednesday before date
of paper.
Cattle f3.0O5.00
Hogs .3.20$4.00
Sheep ..3.005.00
Hens. 8ic
Spring Chicks 8c
Roosters 4c
Ducks 8ic
Young Turkeys 15c
Old Toms He
Geese f and ft - -6ic
Guineas, each 20c
Eggs 25c
Beeswax 25c lb
Tallow 4c
Butter 18c
Green Hides 8c
New Corn 40c
Oats 25 to 26c
HI Tips.
To know bim was to love him
but now there are sad hearts
and a vacant chair in the home
that knew him so well. Joseph
L. Kendrick died of congestion!
of stomach at his home east of '
the city Thursday, Dec. 1 at 12
m. and after services Satur
day. Rev. Fr. John Lyons the
remains were laid to rest in the
Holy Rosary cemetary. Beside
numerous relatives, a host of
true friends, Mr. Kendrick left
a devoted wife and two child
ren to mourn their loss. Mr.
Kendrick carried $2,000 life
insurance in the Modern Wood
men of America.
Any article of
this label
merchandise bearing
The Biggest Event of the sea
son is the Slaughter Sale now
going on at Williamson, Hawk
ins & Yates. Dress Goods,
Blankets, Waisting, Outing,
Gloves, Mittens, Underware,
Once Again
James E. Christian has em
barked in restaurant business
again for the "steentb" time.
He has bought the D. O'Brien
cafe once run by him and has
made it a thing of beauty and a
joy to enter. Look for bis adv
in next issue of Democrat.
Masonic .Officers.
Monroe Lodge No. 64 A. P. &
A. M. elected officers at its reg
ular meeting Saturday evening,
as follows:
J. G. Wade, W. M.;
W. E. Yowell, S. W.;
W. J. Rouse, J. W ;
John Shearman, Treasurer,
W. R. P. Jackson, .Secy.
If you
A Time,
ask Andiew
Means your dollar's .worth or your
money back.
We have perfect confidence in our
ability to sell you good tyoods cheap -er
than you can buy th9in in Monr oe
or elswhere. If you doubt this state -ment
you arc the very man we ar e
after. You are especially invited to
our store, where it is no trouble to
show goods and loss trouble to con -vince
you that we advertise the truth
and nothing else but the truth.
WM. A. SULLIVAN, Cash Clothior.
We are not overstocked on any
thing, from the simple fact that
goods are sold fait at the Cloth
ing store. Wo are constantly re
plenishing our stock with the very
latest novelties of the season, we
therefore invite you to inspect our
recent purchases of hats, suits, over
coats and men's furnishing?. It wil 1
certainly pay you.
WM. A. SULLIVAN. Cash Clothier.
Do you want to buy goods right?
Do you want to buy the proper thing
every time? Then never buy a gar
ment until you have looked at the
Clothing Store. It will pay you
boys. The combination of favorable
circumstances have doubled our busi
ness this year. T!BB are here to sell
the clothing of the town and vicinity
and we arc doing it too. Our so call
ed clothing competitors look very
much like a nervous man holding the
tip end of a greasy pig's tail, loosing
their grip, "By Gosh."
WM A. SULLIVAN, Cash Clothier.
shaw and Fred McClintic if
they had a good time going to
the debate at Buckman school
house, they will say yes, but
don't ask them how they got
home from the Shepard corner,
nor what was hitched to the
surrey, nor what became of the
team. After many trials and
tribulations they got home in
time for an early breakfast.
Dr. R E L Sevier, of Monro
via, Calif, arrived Monday to at
tend the sale of what is known
as the Sevier place in the North
west corner of the city . To put
it mildly, Lee wai glad to see
his old friends once again. The
property referred to fetched $1.
611 and was bought by Jasper
McClintic. J. H. McClintc bo't
the three detached lots at $320.
.t6. 007 50
Shipments for week ending at
noon yesterday were, J B Gray
1 car sheep, W 6 Barger, 1 car
beep, Barger & McClintic ft.
The annual meeting of the
State Historical Society of Mis
souri will be held at Columbia,
Dec. 9 and 10. An interesting
program has been arranged
This Society is doing much to
preserve the early history of
our State and deserves the hear
ty co-operation of all citizens.
Bad Delay.
Monday afternoon the axis
of a flat car in a west bound
train broke in two on tbe bill at
the east line of tbe city causing
three other flats loaded with tbe
same material sand to go to
smash. The Chicago and St.
Louis trains were delayed here
tor five hours wbile the wreck
er cleared the track.
Interesting News Concerning the Differ
ent Denominations.
This Column Closes Promptly at 9 a. m
Each Wednesday. Don't Forget it
Rev E. L R j t ledge, of Paris,
was in Monroe City, Saturday.
Rome, Dec. 5. The Pope this
morning held a consistory for
canonization of the blessed Ger
ardo Maieita and the blessed
Alesandro S.iuli, one of chief
fuuciious celebrated on the gol
den jubilee of the proclamation
of the Dogma of Immaculate
conception. L iter the Pope re
ceived in St. Peter's all the
members of the international
congress of the Virgin Mary,
which met today in Rome. Many
foreigners including the Ameri
can ecclesiastics now in Rome
were present.
Rev. Sam Brown, of Kansas
City. Mo., is expected to begin
a protracted meeting at the
First Baptist Church of this
citv. Jan. 15, 1905.
Rev. John T. Proctor, return
ed missionary to China has
been spending the week in the
city with his father, D. M.
Proctor, talked on "China"
Sunday morning, at tbe First
Church and in the evening de
livered a sermon, which was
frequently complimented on tbe
streets next morning.
ST. Jodk.
St. Judes Church Calendar
for Dec. 1904.
DSC 11, Third Sunday in Ad
Dec. 18, Fourth Sunday in Ad
vent. Dec. 25. Christmas Day.
Holy Days.
Dec. Wednesday 21st, St.
Thomas, Apostle.
Dec. Monday 26th, St. Steph
en, Martyr.
Dec. Tuesday 27tb, St. John,
Dec. Wednesday 28tb, The In.
Fast Days.
Each Friday Ember Days
same being Wednesday 14th,
Friday 16th, Saturday 17th.
Holy Communion Each Sun
day at 7:30 a. m.
Each Holy Day at 10 a. m.
Second Sunday in Advent and
Christmas Day at 11 a. in.
Other Services. Morning
Prayer on 3rd and 4th Sundays
Evening Prayer Each Sunday
7 p. m.
Sunday School Alfred Jaeger
Jr, Supt. each Sunday 9:30
a m.
Litany each Wednesday and
Ember Day at 7 p. m.
Benj. E. Diggs, Rector.
First Baptist.
Rev. Harvey, of LxG range,
will conduct services both morn
ing and evening Sunday. Sun
day School and, B. Y. P. U.
meet at tbe usual hours.
Services at the Methodist
Church as follows: Prayer meet
ing and a Church conference,
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock
Choir practice on Friday even
ing. The first Quarterly meet
ing for the year will be held
next Sunday. Preaching in the
morning bv tbe Pastor, in the
evening by the Presiding Elder,
Rev. O B. Holliday. Quarter
ly Conference Monday morning.
Services conducted by the
pastor next Sunday morniug
and evening. Morning subject:
"Learning God's Lessons"
Evening Subject: An "American
Octopus" A mission study class
has been formed and will meet
once a month to study Japan
The text book will be "Sunrise
.. f tri l , u..
m the ouurise mngjuiii o
DeForest. Any one in town
who desires to join this class see
the pastor. Ttie class will be
taught by the pastor It is
hoped that the new furnace
will be in by Sunday as it is
here and everything is ready.
Miss Nolen Still In Lead Close Followed!
By Others.
Miss Nolen still holds first
place. Miss Bessie Willis had
passed up to second place.
Mrs. Hayden has not been able
to do any work, her friends are
doing their part.
To the friends of the ladies
in the list, let us say: Pay up
and help your favorite, or to
those not subscribers, subscribe
for the Democrat and receive
full value for yuur money and
at tbe same time make some
heart glad for the interest you
take in its posessor.
No ballots given on advertis
ing or job work, unless work is
paid for not later than the lOch
of month following that in
work was done.
Following is the relative
standing of the candidates as
we go to press:
Miss Anna Nolen
Miss Bessie Willis
Mrs. T. B. Hayden
Miss Juliet Maddox
Miss Glessie Herron
Miss Claudell Settle
Not good after Dec. 15 '04
This coupon is worth 25
votes and is hereby cast for
(Nam 3 of your favorite.)
Accident, Death
Early in the fall while Boni
face Glahn was standing in the
stable door a large horse in
springing through it rolled Mr.
Glahn against the floor with
force enough to crush his ribs.
Some two weeks since he was
ad vised to go to Blessiug Hos
pital, Qiincy, which he did.
Thursday his sufferings were
ended. The remains were ship
ped to this city and Saturday
atter the funeral services they
were laid to rest in St. Stephen
cemetery at Indian Creek. Mr.
j Glahn was 59 years of age and
had a host of friends.
The official statement of the
Farmers & Merchants Bank ap
pears in this issue. This is one
of the most solid financial ins
tutions in North Missouri and
is under the management of
safe conservative men.
Ellett Tompkins and wife
arrived in the city Tuesday to
visit relatives. o He has sold
the Lewiston Leader to H. H.
Barnes of St. Louis. Ellet built
up the paper and made it a
Node Green has a new boy at
bis borne and as it is tbe first,
he is by it as a little boy is witb
bis first red-topped boots.
Want to rent and buy a stock
tarm. A. Braitbewaite, Find
lay, Shelby County, 111.
Leaf by leaf the roses fall and
one by one man passes from
this life to his home eternal.
At five o'clock Tuesday after
noon, George Smith, who resid
ed east of this city, was found
upon the side of his bed, where
be had fallen dead. Heart
trouble was tbe cause of death.
Deceased was a good -citizen,
and leave many friends to mourn
their loss. He was 82 years of
age. Funeral services will be
conducted at West Ely today.
For Sate.
3 very desirable building lots
50X190 feet. Will sell at a bar
gain if taken in a few days.
Node Green.
Monroe City Camp M. W. A.
will elect officers tomorrow
Friday, night. A .full attend
ance is desired.
Toilet goods at W. B. Spaid J

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