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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, January 24, 1907, Image 1

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r"J.!!':. T;J,h.e,?'?! lAluiOT TlfE CHURCHES.
Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining
Good white oak post9 and J
cord wood for sale. P. D. Proc-1
tor. tf. I
For Sale ;
Thirty-Aye head of pood j
three and four year old ewes. i
R J Young, Ely, Mo.
Money to loan at 5 per cent
on farm security. Meriwether
& Meriwether. t f
Buff and Black Orpington
Gockrels and some buff pullets
for sale, prices reasonable
Eggs of both buff and black
stock iu season.
Mrs E D Crawford.
RPD No 2.
Monroe City, Mo.
Phone 1G0 E
During the past tew days
Barger and McClintic have
bought bogs from Joe Ryan 11,
8 A Miller 78. D McGlasson 7,
TClougb 13, B G Moss 1,J R
Greeves 8. L Crook 13, J W
Green 3. C R Evans 25. J P
Longacre 5. II R Zeiger 12, H A
Saunders 1, W E Gains 6, J W
Smith 3. J ACritcbelow 5, W R
Pangborn 3. G W Reager 12.
ATm Gottman 12. J S Lyell 31.
H E Gotblin 1, C P Wagner 10,
. JS Pepper 7, J M Hicks 5, C E
Long 5, Wtn Wbitmer 18, J B
- Gray and Son 11. M Washing
ton 1, L T Gupton 15, J Gupton
:. 2. WC Reager32, T P La Foe
: 22. O P Pepper 1, D S Wood 14
DeLashmutt 43, Jno Owen 10,
E T Branct , 20, Bob Rouse '8.
ON Courtney 4, W Pry 3. J W
"Rouse 22. T Underbill C, A G See
1, Joe Buckman 1, Gabe John.
; : son 1, L G Gupton 30. J H Wag.
nerl6 Monday Jno L Owen sent 12
head of beeves to the Bluff City
Isaac N Melson sent 8 beeves
to the Hannibal market Monday.
W B Aanold has bought a
mule from T J Yates, 7 head of
2 year old cattle from Bob Sn
der and 6 from Joe Mayes.
Hawkins and Melson have
bought beeyes from Tooley
and Son 3, J L Owen 3 and N
Pinch 1.
Manning Elliott bas bougbt
cattle from George?. Schaffer 2,
B Schaffer 3, W Turnbough 3
, and Reagan Bros 2
Prom 90 bens Mrs J T Helmes
of Madison, sold 803 dozen eggs
for $104.56 last year. Mrs J W
Branbara, south of Madison,
sold poultry products to the
amount of 1185.15. and Mrs G W
Ferreu sold produce to the
amount of 1158.25. Paris ' Ap
peal. R E Redman has received
from Henderson, Ky a fancy
O. I. C sow.
Mrs J L Hayden's poultry re
port for 1906 arrived too late
for last week. It was-as fol
lows: Sold 152 chickens for
$ 41, 34 turkeys for 16617 and
$38 worth of eggs. A total of
Are you a farmers wife,
daughter or sister? If so, do
you raise poultry for market?
If you dOr wou't you please keep
an account of the sales of poul
try and eggs, daring, this 1907,
year and report "amount lof tales
and successes of the ladies are i
just as Important and just as
interesting to tne lady readers
of the Democrat as the doings
and successes of the men.
Won't you kindly assist us and
thereby ilet the outside world
know what a fine country w
liavn and that tho' our women
are all nriye's, they are not all
lnjt t flvs
nt-.-r.-img News Concerning the Differ
t ent Denominations.
Wo !f and Cu minings h v'
sold 7 h"ad o' ireldinys to J
Geut Puqua. ' Mr Woolt sail:
The price was sa high, it is not
necessary to mentio i it.
Pull blood Plyimuth R ck
roosters for sale. J B EUiott,
Phone 10B.
DidK Vowell h t been strict
ly in it this week He ha soid
whn! s known as Hie Cirten
ter If) acre farm fur Mr G irny
of Illinois, to Geo U Andrrso'i.
And the 160 acre trctxnorth of
the city, known as the Jim
Wuite farm to P C Pope of Dss
Moines. Iowa. Price of both
farms private.
Bricker and Spiker have
bought 5 beeves from Byrd
C M Sullivan has sold 5 head
of good horses to D D Melson.
Among them was the fancy sor-
rell flax tailed team formerly
owned oy Mr Dimmitt.
I N VI ,i l son has bought cattle
from E Johnson 5. Reagan Bros
4 and 11 Williams 3 v
Yaws Bros have sold the A
Spalding 80 acre tract of land
to Jo Dirigo. Consideration
M.JL McReynolds baa shipped
to Pearl McReynoHa ot near
Palmyra, a tancy PoUnd-Chi
na boar.
J Gent Fuqua bas shipped
car load of horses and mules
Col. J. R. B. Kidd bought 4
head of cattle from W. B Ar
Market Report.
Pur Wednesday before date
of paper.
Spring chickens pound and
quarter and over 8Jc
Old KnnBtprc 6C
Geese , . Cc
r"lra 7c
Young Gobblers... lie
Turkey Hens 13c
Toms ; lOc
Guineas, each 15c
Eggs ; ; 20c
Green Hides....
-24c lb
. 17c
J-i: 8iC
Shipments for week fai r. J
H McClintic 1 car of hoes: FUr.
ger ind McClintic 8 Icars of
hogs; Pond Poult-y Co 1 car
tviu'trv and eggs; Henderson
and Sou 1 ca poultry and
eggs and 39 bdls hides. J. Gt
Fgqua 1 car; of horses and
raule Total 12 cars.
Bert Bull is visiting the home.
folks at Kahoka and Memphis
this week. It ia his firat hnm
a lslt la four years and vou know
b e is eajoylag it to the fullest. I
nis -linn Closes Promptly at 9 a m
Wednesday. Don't Forget It.
I E. McNair was called to
K .. -y Friday night to preach
h . leral of H. Scudder.
1 I W. Read spent Friday
wi . brother in Qmncv.
R j Fr. Jno J. Berns assist
ant ic iest at the Cburcbof Im-
micuUte Conception, died at
the home of his faiber in St.
Louis, Saturday afternoon.
Rev. Fr. Cunningham went to
St. Lduis Monday morning to
ittend the funeral of Rsv. Fr
f. J. Brus.
The Baptist and Christians
love oodles of water and got it
Saturday. The Methodist and
Episcopalians love a liitle but
kfot oodles of it. Monday the
tire engine pumped tbeirfuraace
rooms dry. 1
Preaching Sunday raornincj 11
a. tn. and evening 7 p. in.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Womans Mission Society will
neet with Mrs. W. T.lR-itledfce
Friday at 2:30 p. tn.
Mission Study Class meets
with Mrs. H. C. Fuqua Moaday
7 p. m.
Bible School at 9:45 a. tn.
Ftue school last Lords day. Let
is strive for 150' next Lords
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p.
m. to which you arejjmost earn
estly invited.
Christian Endeavor at 6 p.
m All young people are invit
ed to unite with us in this
. Good singing at each service.
You arc invited.
The usual services will be
held during the week and on
Preaching at 10:45 a. ra. and
7 p.m.
A Bible Study Class has
been organized for ;tbe purpose
or studying systematically tbe
Word ot God. Meetings will
be held on alternate Monday
evenings. Next meeting Jan.
28 at 7:00 p. m. A.II who desire
to increase their knowledge of
the Bible are invited to at
tend. .
First Baptist.
Rev. J. C. H. Read, of Rock
Island, 111., brother of Dr. I. W.
Read, will conduct morning and
evening services Sunday. A
cordial invitation is extended
to you to be present at one or
bjth services.
St. Judk's Church
Rev H. G. Limric. Rector.
Septnagesima Sunday.
Holy Communion. 7:30 a. m.
Morning Prayer, 11:00 a. m.
Subject of sermon: "Disappoint
ments of Religion." .
Evening Prayer 7:00 p. m.
Subject of sermon: "Why are
so few men religious?"
Sunday Scbool:45 a. m.
Friday Is . the Feast ot the
Conversion of St. Paul. Holy
Cemmucion 9 a. m.
Friday 7:30 p. m. Litany and
choir practice.
A cordial invitation is extend
ed to all to attend these ser
Grace Baptist.
Preaching ai tbe regular
hours morning and evening on:
Sunday. '
The Lords Supper will be ob
served at tbe morning service.
Tne church is expecting to
begin a series of revival serv
ices in the near future.
Tbe Sunday School work is
prospering. A good "Home
Department" class is establish
ed and the teachers meetings
are proving to be ot great inter
est and assistance.'
E'der Laughlin has closed
his work with Hurdland church.
Independent Companies Hold Meeting At
Hannibal and Organize
bastern Star School of Instruction.
Mrs. Genevieve Wyatt, grand
lecturer ot the Order Eastern
Star of Missouri was here Wed
nesday and conducted a school
of instruction. She was assist
ed by District Deputy Grand
Matron Mrs. .Anna Munch and
visitors were prespnt from Mon
loeCity, Hunnewell and Ciar
ance. About forty five mem
bers and visitors participated
in the exercises Wednesday af
ternoon and evening and at the
latter meeting refreshments
were served ani a general soci
al time enjoyed. Tne visitors
tr im Monroe City were: Mmes
S tllie Jackson, Minnie Yowell,
Nsltie Wade-a-nct Mis AJa Mc
Clintic. From Hunuetiell:
Mmes. Alice Carr, Nettle Paint
er, Myn Gibbons. Ollie Brown
and Miss Nannie Carr, From
Clarence: Mmes. L McClintic.
Oilman, Burnett, Hamrick.
Wright, Gassley, Mtss Gilman,
Mr. W. L. Uamrick. Mrs.
Munch accompanied Mrs. WyatJ
, to Ms.con Thursday and assist
d her there Thursday ntght.
Shelbina Democrat.
North River.
Went on a royal tear Satur
day. pliff Courtney told us: I
have llYedt . tiere for thirty
years and never ?aw the stream
so high before.
Ed B.ross Inst some of his
fodder, Frank Bowers lost con
siderable corn. So did Wm.
Wbitmer, Mr. Branch was also
in the nver as u loser. God
frey Discher played wrong
when he left goo I stutf on the
oottom and then there was
a long list who said doggon it
with a will.
The south approach of the
New Market bridge was cut
through by the torrent and
temporarially made useless.'
James J. Hill., the great rail
road magnate has let the cat
out of tbe bag. He says: Bus
iness bas outgrown transporta
tion facilities, and that fl.000
000.000 a year for five years is
needed to rectify the shortage.
Or in other words, the railroad
people have kept abreast of the
times in nothing but watering
their stock.
Rev. J. E. Hampton . of St.
Joseph, spent jyesterday ln tbe
city with bis father, Samuel
Hampton, who ia quitesick.
'. . Mr. and Mr B, ,6, .Wood
have been on he sick jiiltj
A meeting of tbe Representa
tives of the various Independ
ent Telephone Companies ot
Marion. Ralls, Monroe and Pike
Counties was held at the Court
House in Hannibal, Mo., on
Tuesday of this week for tbe
purpose ot t ffecf.ng an organi
zation for mutual protection
against tbe encroachments of
the Bell Telephone Company.
The following Companies were
The Bluff City, by J F David-
son. Ex-Representative of Mari
on Co.; Miller Township lines
by Judge Pine, ol the Marion
County Court; Palmyra by Judge
Pine and L. E Frazier; Farm
ers and Merchants of Monrce
City, by J. A. Yates. W. H.
Elliott and Robt. Meriwether;
Monroe County Mutual, com
posed of tbe local systems at
Stoutsville. Goss, Granville,
Madison, Holliday and Paris,
by J. F. Smizer; New London
by A. P. Matson; Center by
J. S. Keilhley; Perry by Wm.
Stehle; Hannibal aud Ralls Co.
Company by Hon. J. F. David
son; Frauktord by A. C. Miller.
A strong anti-Bell feeling was
shown and a permanent organi
zation effected with A. P. Mat
son of New London, as chair,
man and L. E. Fraz'er of Pal
myra as Secretary.
A Board ot Arbitration pro
vided for to be appointed later?
A constitution was adopted
setting forth tbe purposes.
St. Louis May Have Soldiers' Memorial
Jefferson City. Mo , Jan. 22
Representative Theron E. Cat
lin, of St. Louis, introduced a
bill in the House to-day to ap
propriate 100,000 loathe erec
tion cf a soldiers' memorial
I building in St. Louis He stated
that the purpose of tbe bill was
"Hpiupnaie me amount irom
tbe Civil tfar fund which was
received from the Governmeut
last year, and. by adding a sim
ilar amount by appropriation
Irom the city treasury of St.
Louis, a magnificent memorial
building could be erected, in
which could be kept the many
relics of the Civil War now dis
tributed in various parts of tbe
The intention is to erect the
building in Forest Park, should
tbe appropriation be secured.
Overflows and Drowns Sheep.
Mexico, Mo., Jan. 2. W. W.
Johnson and James G. Craw
ford, stockmen of this countv.
are heavy losers from the high
waters Saturday night. . To
gether they lost 840 head ot
sheep. .
The animals were pastured on
Ytung's Creek, which overflow
ed and drove the sheep to high-
er grcund. When discovered
Sunday morning by the owners.
1 bey were huddled together.
completely surrounded by water.
Out of a flock of 1.500. Crawi
ford lost 680, and Johnson 160)
out of a flock ot 600.
r .-
Dr. W. T. Bell of Stoutsvill- '
wia4 th V. 1-11 . l . ... ' Ot V
vw iux. uuujciuiia toe laiieir
part of last week.

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