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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, December 15, 1904, Image 6

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Furniture
For elegant, useful and durable
Christmas presents for friends
CO TO
WILSON & SON'S FURNITURE HOUSE
The Swellest in this section of the Country
They carry a large line of Parlor, Bed Room STv
JS and Dining Room Sets, Chairs, Tables, etc.
It is the Ideal place for those who anticipate going to
housekeeping to get what they need
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Railroad Time Tables.
mfflll Burlington Route. Dally
mmEB3B A" Tr"i"" ,tal,V Othrricl; Note. Mantluy.
Train
No. MONROE CITY TRAIN SERVICE. Arrive.
More
Tin- cc Jtoi
is va in
year
TMs
am I inures
; crop ii a single
i itl 1600,000.000.
he urarly for
v in the U. ntcl
The tuiiil products of the farm
in 1904 arc $5, 000. 000. 0000 That
1 , . I . . . . K t n I !
is ntany equal u iu iuc luiaij
capital stock of all American
railroads before the "boom" of
1900.
This sum it more than
times the capital stock ot
WO"iC!
evi rv t'im
States.
Tl.e corn crop is even y-ater.
Tli-' v i ol the corn raised in
a feingle year could pay the
national debt, witli interest for
oae year, aiid leave enough to
help i ut 1'resiuent Kuoseveini
on irovernnifiit expenses so that the national iat
there need be no deficit for four
or tive years.
The Ami i ican hen lays enough
egt;s in one month to pay the
interest on the national debt.
The one and two-thirds biiHuu
of eggs laid in one year would
reach 30,000 miles, or ten times
across the continent if placed
sido by side in a continuous
line
The automobile i all very
well, but horses and miles are
st i 1 1 worth a trille of a billio i
and a third ot dollars. That is j sas, 219 per cent; Mississippi,
an average of 05 worth of 301 per cent,
horse tiesh for every family in i Even ricPi which few famllleP
the land. make much use of. is grown to
th- exteut of 650,000 pounds.
Macaroni wheat is a noveltv iu
tins country, yet tne years
crop of it would till a bin 100
feet high and completely cov
It is three
times the gross earnings of all
the railroads I', is nearly as
great as L Lie value of inauufact
uers iu 1900, less cost of raw
material.
In two years the farmers have
produced wealtn exceeding the
output of all the gold mines of
the world since Commons dis
covered America.
Iu six years the deposits in
all the banks of three farming
states have increased as fol
lows: Iowa, 101 per cent; Kan-
i a city "long block."
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six! The increase alone of farmii g
all ! capital in four years, aside from
lIic appreciation in the value of
and, would build sixly sub
ways like that ot New York
c'.:y. Qj'mcy Herald.
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92.
GOING WEST.
For Kansas City, 8t Joseph Omaha Nebraska. Colorado, Pactuc Coast,
from 8t. Louis and Hannibal
The BurlliiKton-Nortborn Paolflo Expresi for Northwest Nebraska,
Black Hills, Wyoming, Montana, Washington. Pugot Sound, Jort-
For Kansas City, Bt Joe, Kansas' "and 'west ' from Chicago aiid' Quincy
Local Passenger to Missouri Riyer'and wt f mm nut '
Nebraska, Colorado Express, to St. -Joseph and weBt from' the oast
Way Freight,
QOINO EAST.
To Hannibal. St Louis and oast from west .Don't St
loKuiucy.umoago, i-eona ana east tit. L. K. A N.
i,ocai j-assengor ror Hannibal and Bt. Louis.
Local PassngerforQntney, Peoria Chicago. St. L, K.N. W. points'"
Local Passenger to Hannibal. 8t. Louis Illinois, Chicago, Peoria, it i
K. A N. W. points
Way Freight
J. Lt I. YON, Agent.
No 5 Does not stop at Lakenan
1:M am
1:06 m
2:16 m
8.52 a m
f, 16 p m
1 fl:oo a m
Missouri, Kansas & Texas.
No 51
51
9
TRAINS BOOTH.
No
Passenger Flyer I K82a m
Accommodation 11:86 a m
Buffalo to Kausaa City Flyerl 4:45 p m
507 Local Freight
TRAINS NOK rif
54 1'asBeuger Fiver, 12:48 a m
52 Passongor 2:57 p m
8 Kansas. City to Buffalo Flyer.. 10:49 P m
508 Local Freight
W. O. DAWSOS, Anent
Wabash at Moberly, Mo.
NO, 10
TBAINB BAHT.
I ','nVi A St Louis
(C da S L
Kostur., express
..lull and Express ,
No 10
I 5.58 a m So. 8
10;li5 am 4
, 1:5(1 p TO 14
.1 1 5i p ni 64
.' 9 10 p m 70
Until itxpres
TRAINS WEST.
No 21 ivanBus City Aocom.
18 St. L. 4K. C
vunieru Kinross ....
So. 11 Mdt Special.
8
. . 5:25 a m
..12:5U p in
.. 1:18 p m
u a m
No. 9
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7
71
N 9 K 1 Ha 1 6 20 d n
DK8 MOINES A OTTUMWA BRANCH
TRAINS NORTH.
No, 81 ! ai lne Express 1:40 a m
71 western nxproBS z:oop m
19 1 ocal Freight, I 7:00 p m
St Paul Exp 6:20 p m
No 13 Wesurn Kx
P- :I4 a m
W hidn r
22 ami
. 9:19 ami
! 2:55 p m I
. Utopia I
. 8:15 am I
. 3:45 p m I
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1:10 u . I
50 ami
I 5;20 p m I
J :00 1m I
6:05 p m I
U:So p m
8:00 a m
... 8il5n m
. 2:26 a in 9
. 1:05 p in
. 1.4 m
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Bnffalo Mall via Han.)
Atlantic Express,
Omutiu. Express
Local Freight ..
Local Krolglit ..
.110 a m
Fast Mall
Omaha Express
Pacific Express
ijima. r relent
t .... TBAINB SODTB,
No- 4 Atlantic Exp
2 Eastern Kxpross. .'."
J0o.LSca! KrlKht,
oil rnui v. X u
2 0") D m
H. E. WATTS. Pass, and Ticket Agt.
W. B. A. McNUTT, M.
Jflict: over Wood's Drug Store,
Phone
D.
Realdenoe
WE WILL!
f The Trade Demands I
5
Having decided to supply the de
mand for wagons in city and vicin
ity, we are putting in a stock of
Factory Made Wagons. This does
not mean that we have quit making
the best wagon built by any means,
but that we are on the market with
all classes of goods, goods that
The Blacksmithing Department
employs none but the best mechan
ics. Come and see us once and
you will come again : : : :
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Get your Wall Paper at W. B
Spaidings.
,;0 Wad the power giftee gie us,
To see ourselrej as others see us."
When the Great Scotch Poet
wrote the above lines, Le had
no idea that his wish would ever
be gratified. Thauks, however,
to the invention of the Vita
graph, the impossible is now
made possible. Realizing the
popularity of local scenps, The
American Vitagraph Company
have flitted out a special pho
tographic corps to take moving
pictures in every town and city
where the Popular Vitagraph
Concerts are being produced
You can see pictures of your
own town, your own tire depart
ment and what is more vu
can see yourselves in life-motiuu
pictures at the Vitagraph con
cert. At opera bouse Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday,
Prices 15, 25 and 35 cents, no
higher.
Yes sir'ee the finest and fresh
est lot of bon bons and other
confections to be foun.i in the
city areat McClintic & Donley's.
T. M BUCKMAN,
AUCTIONEER.
MONROE CITY, MO.
Sales attended anywhere. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Give me
a trial.
He.idquiirtcrs at Turner's Drug Store
J. K. B. KIDD, AUCTIONEER.
Monroe City, Missouri.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
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R. C. MARSHALL & CO.,
flops. Woodqai) Wajoti Works
Mrs. J. H. Willis and children
Gladys and Travis left Thurs
day for their future home, Ver
sailles, III., and to join husband
and father who is now engaged
in tbe milling business there.
Before Mis, Willis left a friend
jokingly remarked: I'll give
you twelve months to move
back in, and her reply was: I
think three months will come
nearer catching me.
John Strean wants the money
that you owe him. Since he
has accommodated you, don't
you tbink you should pay Now
J. R. DAWSON, D. Vf S.
VKTEKINARY SURGEON.
Graduate of Western Veterinary
College, Kansas City, Mo. Office
ovei P. O. Dentistry a specialty
TEL. M. MONROE CITY, MO.
GO EAST VIA.
WORLD'S FAIR CITY
Visit fc Fair En Bonte
Liberal stopover prlvllageM apply on
all th ai-class tickets via
Baltimore & Olio Southwestern R E
Short and direct line troin St. Louis to
CINCINNATI
COLUMBUS
PITTSBURG
WASHINGTON
PH1LAELPH1A
NEW YORK
Free reeling chair cars to Louisville
Dining cars a la carte
For time tables and World's Fair
Folders, address
F. D. GILDERSLEEVE
Ass't Gen Pass Agent
St. Louis, Missouri
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A. W. ELY, M. D.
Office Ely's Private Hospita
Phone 15, Monroe City, Mo
Farmers & Merchants Bank
SSlJX?i?f! banking burtnew. buy ad
Mr?,1;aUK2- A.c!oul" of Farmers au
nrtt?.tn'1 .othrB 5oI1'ted Absolute
seourittfguaranteod to depositors,
W . a . Yatea. Proa. W. R. P. Jackson Cashier,
F. S. TURNER, M. D.
i uyslclan, Sulwouaud Aoconnlipr
or catarrh. Ear an
a UDenlnltv n? i.,.,,h o-- ' . r7
Troubles. Office lu New ProotorllK.. I, Keaf
donee 2ud St. 1st door eaat B. O, Vr-od'.
AGNES McNEIL,
OSTEOPATH,
Acute and Chronic disease treated.
Office, Proctor Bldg. Phono 140.
Monroe City, Mo.
R S
McCLINTIC,
Lawyer.
Will practice in all courts.
Office over Monroe City Bank.
ROBERT MERIWETHER,
Attorney at Law
Will practice in all courts. Office
Over F. & M. Bank. Notary Public
in office.
W. T. Rutlhdge, Dentist
The saving oi toeth a specialty. Offloe
In Redman block, over Variety
Store. Telephone 56.
Dr. C. A. NOLAND,
DENTIST.
Monroe City, Missouri.
Office over Turner Drug Store.
Telephone 133,
For Fancy Stationery and
Confections, go to W. B. bpald-
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A Family Lii rarv
lfil Bast in Curiv.it Literatura
12 CoMPurre Novels Ykarlv
i MANY SHORT B70I IES AND
PM'ERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
HO CC TINUEU tolOHItSfl
T, YOUELL
Licensed
Auctioneer
MONROE CITY, MO
Satisfaction Guaranteed
ttead quartor at the Dmmockat
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