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Monroe City Democrat.
VOL. 17 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1935 NO 44 ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining; To Farmers. Frank Finley has sold Adam Graves for J L Owen 5 head ot butcher stuff. The Missouri Seed and Soil special will arrive at the Joe Depot at 9 a. m. Feb. 10th. All farmers ought to make it a point to meet that special, it will remain at the depot for 40 min utes while an expert will deliv er a lecture on seeds and soils of this section of the state. Re member date, time and place and be there so as to get all thai is good in it. According to J Porter Patton Postmaster, who has kept tab on the beautiful, there has been 18 snows this winter. And yet at no time has there been as much as 3 inches of snow on the ground. Mules For Sale. A few spans coming 3 and 4 year old mules, broke to work, tf. Madden Bros Mi m bearing this label Nice clean timotny seed for sale at one dollar per bushel. See, or address, Henry J Ken drick, R. F. D. No. 5, Monroe City. Mo. tf. Wanted Coming 3-year old heifers that will calve not later than May 1. J. R B. Kidd. Col J R B Kidd bas bought from J P Kennedy 1 heifer, T J Sharp 2 heifers. J R Spiker 4 heiters. During the past few days Jno "L Owen has bought butcher stuff from Marion Nolen 3 bead William Jones 1, Jack Crawford 1. R Manning Walker 3. D D Melson has shipped a car load of hay to Florida. Monday Jno L Owen sent 12 bead of beeves to the Bluff City market. The Democrat desires prac tical results of the worn ot farmers and their better halves. Wanted. One thousand men to buy Perkins Gasoline Engines and Windmills. P S Saunders. Brown Leghorn cockerels and pullets for sale. Phone lie. Garth Elzea. Wanted One hundred pumps and wind mills to repair. F S Sauuders. If you want Col W T Youell call him up at the Democrat office or Wood Bros drug store. HORSE MEN The time is near when you will want Horse and Jack Bills Your friend the Democrat would like to do the work for you If you bring it to this of fice it will be done for you in first class stiape and we will ap preciate the work. W R P Jackson, administra tor for the Capt W H .Byrd es- Strange, tate, shipped a car load of cat- It may sound strange but it is tie aud one ol hogs Monday for j nevertheless true, Charles F. the estate. Straub and wife, of Ely, were WO Foreman has traded his in tne citv yesterday enroute farm near Ely to D ck Moss tor means your dollars worth or your money back. We are now ready for business after a two weeks siege with carpenters and painters and when you step into the Cloth ing Store you will find the nic est one in this part of the state, stocked with world renowned clothing and furnishing goods. WM. A. SULLIVAN Cash Clothier. We have on display samples, representing three million do -lars worth of cloth for suits. You can select any price suit you want with the understand ing that if you are not perfect ly satisfied with the same on delivery, don't take it. WM A. SULLIVAN, Cash Clothier. By Saturday we will have re ceived about three thousand dollars worth of celebrated High Art and Stein-Block clothing, the most perfect pro ducers of Clothing in the Unit ed Stales Ask anybody who knows about clothes ard they will tell you that Stein-Block clothing is the best tailored, best fitting clothing produced. Come and see it WM. A. SULLIVAN, Cash Clothier. A full line of Wilson Bros 43c furnishing goods. You ought - 30c j to know what this is the very ...6.007 50 jbest produced. In fact you Shipments- for week ending i should never, never buy a gar yesterday noon easy. Barker i ment until you have looked at and McClintic 5 cars hogs;DSjthe clothing store It pays Sharp 1 car sheep; Capt W H j others and it will pav vou. Byrd 1 car cattle and 1 of hogs;i WM. A. SULLIVAN, Cash Clothier. rk n i i u 1 ml (CONTINUED.) D D Melson 1 car hay; J W j White 3 cars hay; Handley & Fuqua 1 car mules Total 13 j ABOUT THE CHURCHES. cars. Market Report. For Wednesday before date of paper. Cattle f3.00$5.00 Hogs .$3.20$4.45 Sheep 3.005.00 POULTRY. Hens 10c Spring Chicks 10c Roosters . 5c Coarse Staggy Young Roosters 7 Ducks 8c Young Gobbler 14c Turkey Hens 14c Old Toms 11c Geese f and ff 7c Guineas, each 20c Eggs 23c Beeswax 24c lb Tallow 3c Butter 16c Green Hides 7c Corn ... Oats Hay ed and labored so long. Ralls Count Record. Rev. J. E. Travis and family, of Fulton, were in the city Sat- Any article of merchandise; urday. enroute to their new home, Shelbina, where they will reside until June and then go to Rensselaer, where they expect to make their future home. Rev. Homer W. Starr, former Rector of St. Jude parish, came up from St. Louis Monday to visit friends. Don't be a bushwhacker Chris tian join some church show your colors Moberly Demo crat. THEY ALL TALK Interesting News Concerning: the Differ ent Denominations. what is known as the Harry Linn residence property, north of the city park. Remember the DEMOCRAT would like to print your Horse and Jack Bills. The tol lowing mined farmers have eold hogs to Barger and McClintic during the past few days: M I Eiy 59, Will Goit man 6. Chris Gottman 5, C H Underhill 10, Ben Swigart 4, W S McClintic 32, J A Fry 25. Buckman 3, Utterback 6, Fields 13. F R Sbut.born 4. J W McClintic 18 A J Bhep ard 5. J E Beadru 5, 0 Lewis 15, C P Paris 1, Arcti Owen 1, Ed Jackson 1. H C Drescber 4 P AGupton 10, W M Wilson 6, Walter Moss 2 Washington, Jan. 31 The supreme court today decided tbe case of the Untied States vs Switt & Co, know n as the beef trust cise, charging conspiracy among packers to fix prices on fresh mens, etc. Tbe opinion was handed down by Justice Holmes. a.nd affirmed the decis ion of the court below, which Wat, against tbe packers. Jouu W White has baled and hipped & curs of bis owo bay. borne trom Hannibal. It was said: "All roads lead to Rome.'' When it comes to the H. &. St, This Column Closes Promptly at 9 a. m Each Wednesday. Don't Forget it- Detroit, Jau. 25. R e v. i ITT 1 t T-V T-V . Joe road, everyone between unar:es woodcock, u. u., was Shelbina and Hannibal, to getitoday consecrated bishop of the anywhere, land sooner or later Kentucky diocese, in St. John's i lrihii t .it, I-' , . i i , x 1 1 i I crinrch n Monroe it s a aog-gonea i suHtne ioiiu i Hkii w i . L. . .. Bishop Seymour, of Springfield, III., and Bishop Burton, of Lex ington, were the consecrators. San Francisco, Ca!., J:n 26 The Episcopalian convention for the diocese of California has adopted a canonical creating the' House of Church women. Tbe duties and powers of the new house are defined as follow -: "To legislate for the conduct ot woman's work in the churcu and to act in a consulting ca pacity upon such matters as tbe convention may from time to time submit to it for its opin ion," Elder J B. Corwine tendered his resignation as pastor of tbe Christian Church at Center Sunday. Tbe resignation was accepted and Elder Corwine will locate at Madison, Mo., where be has been employed for all of bis time. All regret to see Elder Corwine leave Ralls coanty. where be has liv CHRISTIAN Morning subject: -The Prophet of Hareb." Evening subject: "Using a Wasted Power." On Feb. 19tb the church will beyiii a series of Revival Serv ices. A "Y. P. S. C E." was organ ized last Sunday with L'9 mem bers. Every young person in the church should be a member. St. Jude Pev. B. E. Diggs delivered his farewell sermon Sunday. He went to Galesburg, Wednesday, to rent a house for his family to move into. During Rev. Diggs short stay as Rector ol St. Jude his warm hearted impulsive manner lias endeared him to the people. He is rated as quite a pulpit orator. There will be Sunday School at the usual hour and a lay mans service conducted by B. O Wood. Methodist Circuit. There will be preaching at Kl, Sunday morniug at eleven, at H.issard at 3 p. m. by Rev. I. W Keithley. Methodist. Regular services by the Pas tor, Sunday. First Baptist. Rev. Dr. S M. Brown is still in the protracted meeting. There are large audiences and the interest is increasing There was one addition Tues day ninht. There had been one addition up to time ot going to press Every body invited to attend the meetings. About the Handsome Piano At Ballard's Store It is the One to Be Gives Away By the DEMOCRAT. Only a little more than three weeks until some lady will be the owner of the magnificent piano the Democrat is going to give away. Many votes were cast during the week and ibere is ionly a few votes between second taud third contestants, with the first not enough ahead to feel sure of winning. So it is a race in which either may be the winner, and surely the prize is worth working for. Tbe Democrat's big piano contest will close at 4 p. m., Tuesday, February 28. The ladies have been hustling and have done good work. You have a favorite in the contest and can give her some ballots. Don't put it off but vote now. Tbe lady who wins tbe piano will be much pleased with it and will always thank you for aiding her to win A life subscription to the Democrat will give your fa vorite 25,000 votes if you give the money to the candidate whom you desire to win. Get square to January 1, 1905, on our suhscription list and then give your favorite $5.00 to pay for 5 years subscription. That will give ber 3,750 votes Don't wait too long. Following is the r lative standing of tbe candidates as we go to press: Miss Anna Nolen Miss Bessie Willis Mrs. T. B. Hayden Miss Glessie Herron Miss CUudell Settle VOTING COUPON. Not good after Feb'y 9, '05 This coupon is worth 25 votes and is hereby cast for iSame of your fnvortte.) Golden Anniversary Yisterday the children of J. Douglas Crawford and wife, gdve them a surprise party. It whs the old folks Golden Wed ding day and without the know ledge of tbe parents the child ren fixed up a dandy feast and stormed the old homestead. We congratulate Dug and bis esti mable wife Hydrophobia. Just before Christmas a dog belonging to John Scbmidie went mad and before it could be killed, got among bis stock. During tbe past few days Mr. Schmidie has had to kill four ot bis horses, six of bis hogs and one cow. Tbe loss falls heavily upon bim. He resides near the Marshall bridge, eight miles northeast of tbe city. Walter Williamson is spend ing a few days with Moberly friends. V V Branching Out It does the Democrat good to see improvements, especially when they mean branching oui. cnru-jfliniT nr inrrM:icinir liiivini' - 1 L-'TH Little and business laciluies Yester day we took in the improve ments at the R )gers & Thomp son Department Store. Nearly the entire second floor i now devoted to carpets, rues, mat tings, curtains and poi tiers The change gives them more room for their increased stock and gi"es a better chance for displaying the goois. The mil linery department has been moved from the rear to the front part of the upper room. Energy, advertising in the Democrat and fair dealings means prosperity for tbe merchant. Miss Leona Settle is at borne for a tew weeks. Parlor Dance Mr. Mamie Kruinm nave a delightful parlor dance at her hospitable home southwest of this city, Monday night Those present from this city were: Misses Beatrice E liott Mvnle Jaues. Bt-rnice Wi'son. Josie and Bess McClintic. and Messrs. Boy McAllister, Joe Montgomery. Lorin Yates, Thomas Fiizpat nck, Al Brougbtou, Earl and Hugh B. Mudd and Clarence Broughton. As they did not return until daylight they must have had a glorious time, hut don't ask Lorin where he took his nap. Mrs li. O. Cranston and in teresting babe left yesterday for Cantou. Mo., where they will remain until Robt secures a house for them to reside in. The one they have been occupy ing had been sold and they had to give possession. Miss Sue Anderson spent a Mrs. Jennie Bond spent part portion of last week with of tbe week with Madison I Frank Anderson's family in the friends. Bluff City.