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TH E DEMOCRAT lT0 EN 10 y!aoo3
. w. r yr ' 1 -V , !' X, ; r- c c V F 3 3 j 'I t 3 u riders iifncd John Woods and 1 Mary R'.Woods . executors of ..lh.ufla.i Ej.IilSSJUJ -C'ity.EililiOr- I4kw lo-Awtd: I'lsllt'SS 1 I irTrraiJtlIoirtaU! of Alexander Woods, deceased, iMoticcof Final Selllcmant. ', , TlnrMarshafra: 'a business SijgliEjk horebylve3hit - thV'Visor in toe Gem City, Prl- W. J. ROUSE, Editor. ruvMS $ I ;00!rE YBATl" Interedktthe poit office t Monroe City, ansBoond-clui matter. Mo THURSDAY, JAN. 1M. 1907 After Eating. Letuluw-ywto-y I lie Vnun,' V idow. She is mo lesi, but not bashful; Free an'1 t-;s , t ut not bold; Like an appU ripe and mel low, Not too yourg, anil ot too oM. Ilalf inviting. 1 f repulsing. Now advancing, and now shy; There is nischief in her dimple, There v- dinger in her eye. She h;i Sir ;i-1 SIip iia i! She i-.i:. V .-1'.' Od. . ell Hot M Are n W Ar . Are . . K - 8 u- v.. A ' i ' You i Wi, You a . -! udifil human natu: ; : . ;U.!iMie(l ill all lit T , !. k. n lit-r oiulotna i i.-iisl rt -is of all hearts; t u I tli.- very uu-ment t i si''h ami when to 'l.U.l is sometimes . ..i.nv all the whin-! i? How very seri- r nanus.. -me face he- a good dinner, how to regaiu ! the appetite of your child huod and to relisn your tooa. ' There is no need of any self denying diet list, no call ,for nasty aiKl disagreeable rht i i cir.e, no list of hiird exerciles; -imply a Nj i una rluiu. Cli labini oe'.ore ".iimi meal, ami one w l xv :,ni n io bed, and it will so Si I i liK i li n til.' stomach ttiai it oi d dinner will give you ,plea- ti r- and coinfiTt witliuut the least I ear "ot distress. I' if best proof of the value ( in .Hivtce is i. lie tact tint VVoi'ii i ; . i . -. l; i .i p'itive uu.ir.tii'' e ( i I . : u t wi'i !i;)c boxes ol Mi ij.,iu)ili.u )i)ui'' money will rt funded unless " the it. m i y cur. s. A k u.ii .tnice line il w muni 4 1 v ..- . il tidt lCv iii o-iia slum, ch tablet- Mi o-ii.- t;i". a m-re Vf witli only tem poi a rv ri'Hil, out a spfc lie lor all m-urei of 'he suuuic.il, Nirvnn t nemo f i he thiit-iti vi organs and m t. m i n II a pi r nnt ii en l cur" wHUftiiite ffinalSi.Womt'iit of Irloir in tlio ni;xt u rm of tho I'ro- Kitot Wljiii-ooi Ctoiintij(,i Mls- 'f nolifi n In I'lirU In tiaid County, on tlio lltli duy of I'Vbruary A. U. 1!H7. M.u,v H. ua 'x"u"-' Alrxaiidi'i- Woods diseased. MKKIWKTHKK it MKIilWI TIII'.K, Attornt-ys for Kxi-eutor.-i. TRUSTtE'S SALE. .:r . 1 1 r nl' is wielciitd .s, ti'artul, 1 1 ' nil Ui In ? Ii w her : i". i.uiiii mi.', w'l! ring out ;in-. and eaten, and .it u er dot's tht- trout I i clieii rs ol forty, i 'a ve urtiw n so bold and .v at r i c a ns ol twenty, mi-; lovf-iiHiUs in your You III practice all your Cuoid since the V T.tU t But. I know can .til. PhPadelpnia Bulletin. vim a little widow win. aud fool 11 n. Ii N. U uline delivei". I one of the principal speeches ai liif 1400.I roads Convention a' .JHT-nsuu (.Jity; T u e s d a v Am in it o'her limits lie sanl: If it is mcftMiry in order 1.1 raise the money to build road to vote b nids, then I say bv all means vote bonds. To vo'e bonus it tikes iwo lavorab e votes to offset one in the nega tive I never did the theory t n which it w is p ' sumed that one unprogres-ive man had as much brains or as much patriotism as two m n who are progressive and wai t to do things. Yet that is the theory of the constitution. The first thing to do is to give us ,1 constitutional amendment Hilt will let us vote an extra tax or bonds to build the roads and then go ahead and operate un der that law." Appeal. Whi'ivas, Atlft M. die tingle, of Monroe. City, Mo., "by her ccrtuni 'Deed of Trust dined the UUt day 01 Miiy, I llillli. and recorded initio He eorder's oltiet! of Monroe I'ouaty, in Deed HotiU -10, pilye 4s", eonveyed to the nnilerdijriK'd Koy II. Meriwotlier (ill her ri(.'ht, title, interext anil es tate in and to the following described Teal estate situated in the County of Monroe, !St!iteol Missouri, viz: All ol' lots ten ( 10), I'lcvi ii ( 11 )', and twelve l l'J) in liloek n t . . . 1 1 (l!l) in I'itTsol's addition to Monr ity, Mo. Whii'h suhl eonvev unee was made in trust to seeure the i.i,vinent of 11 certain promissory note in said deeil d"scriln'd, ami wherea-, said note ha heeonie du and is uiiiaid, now there fore, in accordance w.ith the provis ions of said reed of trust, and a' ! the reiiuest of the legal holder of sain 1 note, I will proceed to sell the nbovt ' deserihed real estate at the west from j ihor of the Court House in the city I of I'aris, in the County of Monroe, : State aforesaid, to the highest bidder ; for cash, at public auction on Saturday, the Second day of February, 1907, between the hours of nine in the fore noon and live in the afternoon of th t dav to satisfv silid note to.r.'tlipr with lltlderslunl ' Um cost and expense 'of exoeiUinj this trust. 1!oy 15. MkuiwI'.tiii:!!, ' i'liislee. day. Mr E'ln Marshall went to .B utl-'Giy fcViddV afternoon o spi-n t several d.ivs with her iniihler, Mrs. Junes M. Uoul 01 . , -- w-ire. ... , . -': ' T. H. S'tnnn went' to Lake W. Friday, to visit iiisJ father, wh"- is 83 ears o' 1. 'jDi unkenness i- sul by the Cameron News to be "ti the de crease in America .mil profanity on r the increase. There are more smokers than there were 40 vearsi ago and not nearly so many tobacco chewers. Polite nes in public places has be- ome one of the lost arts, the same report says, for children lire smarter and a great deal more pert than they used to be." Y ou get an easy shave a Strcan's. H s; j! I? n 1 1 I I b ad lis lb - n t el . j lie thl light Very Rattlesnakes as Lumber Producers The man who writes the snake articles for the Walker County Messenger, gives a recipe, which may be valuable in districts whee there is a scarcity ol timberV "The rattlesnake can be usei! to produce lumber 111 this way: Keep a rattlesnake at a stait ing point to bite the coupling pole and then drive slowly to the mill to give the pole time to swell, and saw when large and get as much out ot the log as possible. Then take a 6inall pole and place in the wagon and go back to where the 6nake ia and make" it mad again. It will uot take much to make it mad Then let it bite the pole and proceed as before. It you want poplar lumber take a pop lar pole; if pine, take a pine pole, and so on, by taking good care of the snake and driving fast back and slow to the mill you will be sure to have suc cess." . '1 ti Tbe Herajd recently said that the University and a battleship bad to be run with the same aystein of lavish expenditure of money.- The Courier question ed the statement. But in view of tbe recenf jump in the Ath letic manager's salary to 12.750 per year, t,b. Courier ackaowl edges Its error. . Tbt Herald is right as usual. , ? t ' Some Litlie Things The tendeucy trjwaid wall papers is increasing many all white papers are used in drawing rooms. " The delft dining room is very much the fad just now. The paper comes in panels and racks along the walls contain delft plaques. Pictures are hung more irreg ularly than ever. Picture cord is not used vfrom the1; molding: The pictures are . bung from nails driven into the wall. Tapestry effects in very light tones combining old rose, pale green and ecru decorate tbe walls of . the latest drawing rooms. Tbe "bonne femm'1" curtains are here to stay J he proper thing is to have me curtairs match all ov 116 bouse. Tbe side drape-1 -may be -varied to suit the co.ors of tbe dfffer ent rooms. Moldings are no longer used in bedrooms. The "cut out" floral frieze takes their place. Floors' are 6tained ic colors, principally delft blue and for est green, when it is desired to carry out an effect. Ex. Road Overseers It is ordered bv the Court that the Cversccrs of 15oad Districts number big from 1 to lli inclusive be and ap pear before tho County I'onrt 01 Feb. Titli. Overseers of lload Di tricts numbering from 17 to XJ iiielu sivu on l'Vb. 7th. llveisecrs of Koad Districts numbering from Xi to 48 in elusive on Feb. 7lh, and Overseers numbering from 4!l to (if on Feb. Sih 15107, to make their aunual settle nients with the Court. It U also ordered by the Court that all Doad Districts desiring to vote an increase levy of 15 cents on each one hundred dollar -valuation in dls tricts for road purposes shall present the Court at the 'February Term 1!KV a petition signed Ivy at least ten resl dent taxpayers of any snch District, Tho proposition to by voted thereon at tho annual school meeting. It further by the Court that the Clerk of the several School Districts shall certify to the Clerk , of the County Court the result of such election with in live days oherafter as the law prescribes. J. N. Mauutjdku, 1-24 ; County Clerk The Only Guaranteed Kidney Cure is Smith's Sure Kidney Cure. Your druggist will refuud your money if after taking one bottle you are ! not satisfied with results. 50 cents by L. J. Yates. Olive Hill. Kv . Jan. 18 Mil ton Ewen's farm here sank tbir ty feet and slipped as though it were a glacier. Tbe fissures left are forty feet long and very deep. Two bouses were razed Tbe earthquake at Jamaica blamed for tbe odd catastrophe No one was injured. Joshua Nance, of Hannibal, was called to this city Sunday the illness of bis mothgr. Mr. Nance is Reported as' being somfe bettfr. ' ; . ijVji t ,3?ony Finnegatf, nciappT?r; was S;tb Monro irlDd; Fr. day-. ' To judge from 9 letter from Joe Spalding to tbe bometolks, he's. getting along swimlngly He Is Interested in bis work, 00 to., tbe ropes and thinks the O R.-I. & P. people, some pump kins. , , All knowing themtelres in debted to. W. B". Hays wil please call and settle at once- tt RAILROAD ' TIME TABLES WABASH, at Moberlv, Mo, A'MM)CIDS ilo 4 AUautlo Kipien 11 AUaullo KiprP'H ... .. .. 10 st lix.nli Ai:comodUou 2J nt PhiiI Limited it HI l.oiili 1 1 pie.i . . 1 t-nne'ii K.rcm . rt Limin ji.ai t t ULklo KipreBi t' Haunibal WEST DdrND.' ( fat ttln HxjiroBi KaiiHui Oily Accomodation. K O Kust Mall 1 eut.llid HxprcuB . K U PMt Mall , I Oiuaba Kxpre OOINU NOUTH. No 1 Pat'lflc Kxprena 18 Oitumwa Aconuioilation.. .1 Wetlrl MhII A KxprtKH. 1:60 m .1.10 a m b:bH a m 10:06 a m 2:16 p ra ;:su p m 0-.H0 p m U:80 p ta 3-00 a m 6:24 a 'nt 1:20 pra 2:10 p mi 6:20 p ia 11:80 p ui 1:40 a m 6.40 a ra 2:1b p 19 Bl 1-aul Limited 6.20 pm CiOINU SOUTH. t Atlnntlo KiproKN 20 Bt 1'aut Limited 2 f RHtorn Mali unil Kxprofcu.,. 6 Moberly Accomodation S:10 a m 10:M a m 2: . to a ra 9:80 a ra V. Ii. A. McNUTT, M. D. Oillcv over Wood'i Drun btore. Knaldenos thont .j. "A Trenton man refused to ubscribe to local lecture ourse on the ground that he had one of his own " W ANYbo: liciiMcmau or lady with ;ood reference, tt travel by rail or with a rg, for a firm of 250,000 capi tal. Salary $1,07:2 per year and ex penses; salary 'paid weekly and ex penses ' advanced. Address with tump, Jos. A. Alexander, Monroe City, Mo.. Farmers and Merchants Bant ' ' Monroe City Mo Capital S25.0CO. , Surplus $25,000. Ofticers! Wiu H Yates, i'rea II W Kiy.-Viee-l'res W H P Jaeksou, Cashier Directors: V II Yates il VV F.iy F II Hajran V II P Jackson John Shearman Doulware '11 A Jaeksou s VV K Jones VV Y Loujiuiro Foreign Exchange. Do lyht and Soid. few business desired and unex celled Facilities oll'ered. JRB KIDD, -ACC-TIONKHK. AiONU'.'K CITY, MO. ' ' Will conduct stls anywhere on reasonable terms. Citisfac iiot) giKfariUid. A. W. liLiV , M. D. Oliiee I'.ly ' Prlvalu liurpiu .Monroe l.'itv, Mo Meuiwetueb & Mkuiwktiier, Attokne's s at Law Will practice in all courts. No tary Pub. in o'.i.". . Du. C. A. NOLAN D. D KMT 1ST. Monroe City. Missouri. Office over Turner Drug Store. Te'ephoue iwi, W. T. Rutledge, Dentist The saving of teeth aspceialty. Offlea In iltiilman block, over Variety Store. Telephone C6. DhVU. S. SMITH. 109 S. JVtiin Hannibal, flo. Practice Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. W.TYYOUEI) Licensed Auctioneer ' - MONROE CITY.MO , Satisfaction Guaranteed, Head quarters at the Democrat office. , , . A.B. MONTGOMERY.DV. S- Veterinary Physician burgeon and Dentist Qraduate of a Three-year School Calls promptly attended day or nigh) Otllce At Brick Barn, phone 01. Residence phone 181. Dr. J. D. SCOBEE Osteopathic Physician Graduate of Amerloan School of Osteopathy, Klrkarllle, Mo All Acute and Chronic . Diseases Treated Oflloe i Proctor Buildlnf; ' PhoM Offloe Buffum 141; Residence R. S. McCLlNTIO LAWYER Oltice over Monroe City Dank Monroe City Mo. DR J. L. SWEENEY , Physician and Surgeon Oltice over Variety Store. Office phone, Bullum No. 220. Kesldunco phono, F. & M. No. 20:i. Tbe Monroe City Democrat Bryan's Commoner. 1.65 a year. Sewed on Her Buttons in Theater ( From The New York Press. ) When buttons fly from short gloves it is uncomfortable, but long sleeves may be made to hide the detiency.: Par different is it when the buttons come off long gloves and leave a gaping place witlt no sleeves to cover it. A girl in a theater last night evidently bad undergone trying experiences with ,ber glove buttons, for between acl 3 she slipped off her ..band epver ing and produced from a pocket in ber opera bag a little sewing outfit and glove buttons. Sbe calmly proceeded' to sew on tbe buttons, and, wltb 'the task fin ished, sbe put bo ber gloves again, in perfect order. Her comfort io having ber gloves fastened properly was procured at tbe expense of tbe embar rassment of ber escort who evl-' dently did not enjoy the amused glances of tbe persons aronnd' them. Miss Elizabeth Boulware went to Hannibal, Friday to spejd several days with friends. FMiu k;n ' '' J 4i'-Mwi' Wat moss, of Ha.nnlbalr n...,,lt.tlAn .atl inln9VU.n4,S'Vtlln nntlltlf aTai.i I free. i n tbe city with friends.