Newspaper Page Text
W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. P. H1XSON, Clly Editor. NATURE'S CA TARRH CURE. R.M $1.00 rP VBAR 4itiieiltulia po.toffloe at Monroe Oltj, Mo ocond-clMi matter. THURSDAY, JAN. 81. 1907 Gems From "Success Magazine. Scarcely anything seems im possible to the man who can will strongly enough and loug enough. A home without books, peri odical and newspers is like a house without windows. The chances are that what you call "hard luck, or "fate" that is against you, is some weakness, some vicious babit, which is counteracting all youi efforts and keeping you down. Sensible and Scientific Way to Cure this Disagreeable Disease. In do other way can catarrh be cured 'as naturally and quickly as by tbeuee of Hyotnei breathed through the neat pock et inhaler that comes WUD eveey out tit. In this way all the air that enters the nasal passages, the iLroat or the lungs, is filled with Hyomei's healing medica tion, reaching the most remote air cells of the respiratory or gans, and soothing and healing the irritated mucous membrane. So strong is Lamar Wood's faith in the power of Ilyomei to cure catarrhal troubles, that with every dollar outfit he sells, he gives a guarantee to refund the money unless it cures. The complete Hyomel outfit costs but f 1 00, extra bottles, if needed, 50c. The strength of will is the test of a young man's possibili ties. Directed toward the enjoy ment of the senses, the strong will may be a demon, and the intellect merely its debased slave; but directed toward good, the slroug will is king and the intellect is then the minister of man's highest well being. There is a divinity in the the meanest man, a philanthrop ist in the stiugiest miser, a hero in the biggest currant, which an emergency great euougb will call out. Every man stamps bis own value upon the coin of his char acter ia bis own mint, and he cannot expect to pass for more, and should not be disappointed if people do not take it for more than its face value. The greatest blessing that ever comes to a human being is the determination to realize that for which the heart longs. It is a grander thing to be nobly remembered than to be nobly born. The door between us and heav en cannot be open while that between us and our fellowmen Is shut. A Peculiar Accident. An accident happened Tues day in front of the livery barn in New London the like of which was never recorded in this sec tion. Mat Emison was driving bis family mare and when in front of the residence of Mrs Mary Megown the bridle bit broke, scaring the animal, and she started on a tun. Ben Bir dltt, colored, was driving up the street in a one-horse wagon, loaded with wood. When just la front of Hay don's livery barn me animai Mr. emison was . driving ran into one of the shafts of the wagon Ben was driving. iThe shaft struck ber squarely In the breast and came out at her back, just back of the with ers. It is supposed that the shaft penetrated her heart, as she lived only about two min utes after the accident. The animal was a very valuable one, ind the loss is a very heavy me to Mr. Emison. Ralls Co. Times, 3 Who Pays the Advertising Bills? An unknown exchange asks "Did you ever think about it? Who pays the acverMsing of merchants and other business men? Not the advertiser, tor the cost is returned to him two fold in increased profits. Not the purchaser, for he buys cheaper from the advertiser anil has a better assortment and fresher Igoods to select from. Who, then really pays the ad vertising bills? Thejnon-advertiser, of course. A just propor tion of the money he loses by his lack of initiative and enter prise finds way eventually to the printer, to advance the cause of education and interest of the community. Who pays tor that advertising which at tracts the people of this town to other towns? The home merchant not only loses that trade, but in that loss pays for the other fellows advertising. Isn't it plain? 4The "store keep er" is a relic of the past: the merchant is an active bing of today." Pointers. Double Header The double header parties given by Mr. and Mrs. R. S McClintic last Thursday after noon and evening was in the nature of a glorious bouse warm ing of their new and handsome home at the corner of Chestnut and North streets. The ladies bad the right-of-way and all was clear sailing in the afternoon. In the evening, fathers, bus bands and sweethearts helped to fill the nine tables where the pretty paste boards were dealt. Hearts, diamonds, clubs and spades, The;alads and other refresh ments were a treat to all. Club Women Shou'd Preserve Historic' Docun. uu. Dr. Edwar . Everett Hal contributes an editorial to the February number of the Worn an's Home Companion, in which be strongly advocates the ores ervation of historical documents by the women club members of the country. He says, in part The chances are that among my readers there are not ten who are as old as I am. I have at lea6t the opportunity of aee. And if little children can teach their grandmothers some of the methods of simple suction with the lips, I ought to be able to intorm people who might be mv grandchildren as to some of tbe details of club activity, club amusement, or club duty. "If' women's clubs can do nothing else, their members can bunt in old garrets to see what trunks of papers there are there, or old pamphlets which will be burnt up the first time the bouse is burnt up. With these eyes of mine 1 have seen tbe original notes which Gen eral Burgoyne wrote to the American Oenernl Gates when they were arranging for the Great Surreuder at Saratoga which changed the history, cf tbe world in 1777. "Where do you tbiuk those letters of Burgoyns's are now? Tbey went off in smoke and ashes when a great-grandson of General Wilkinson in a fit of despondency set fire to tbem If there bad been a woman's club in Louisville thirty years ago, tbey would have entered on that great blue chest, full of such curiosities as this, they would have coaxed and inspir ed this hypochondriac owner, and all those priceless papers would now have been open to tbe study of all historians. ' The Monroe City Democrat Bryan's Commoner. 1.65 a year. Young Man Think. Some editor has written the following trutbtul article, which should be read by every young man and given careful consideration: "Young man do you ever stop and thiuk about tomorrow ? Does it ever ei jj ter your head that possibly you are going to be without shelter when tbe bleak days ot after years come? Do you ever stop to think that tbe parental root that now covers you and the parents which now feed you will some day go tbe way of all ma terial things and be no more? You poke lun at tbe poor devils about town, who wear ragged clothes and work out in the snows of winter and the boiling days ot summer for a pittance, bur that is what you will come to unless you get a bustle on yourself. There is just a cer tain number of things you will have to learn, and tbe sooner you get at it the quicker you will find yourself on Easy Street. Some fellows start out too late and cash in their checks before they reach Easy Street. Learn a trade. Tbe man who builds tbe walls gets bigger wages than the man who carries tbe mortar. The Only Guaranteed Kidney Cure Is Smith's Sure Kidney Cure. Your druggist will refund your money if after taking one bottle you are not satisfied with reiulta. 50 cents by L. J. Yates, All knowing themselves in debted to W. B. Hays will please call and settle at once 1 1 Newspapers all over tbe coun try are "viewing with alarm" the probable scarcity of fee next summer, owing to continued mild weather in all lections. What's the use of worrying? Isn't the Government going to make tbe dealers give us food that doesn't have to be kept in cold storage to kill tbe smell. Stoutsville Banner. They Don't Tbe bigger some things grow, the more arrogant and full of pure cussedness they become. The' Adams Express Co. has quit collecting or delivering goods in this city outside of the business district. Tbe American Express Co. is still worthy of the name Ameri can, for it still collects and de livers goods to any part of the city. Now wbat do you think of that? And which company are you patronising and which one will youcontlnue to patronize? James Holland, of Mt. Zlon, near the Bluff City, was with old friends ia the city Thursday. Friday, N. A. Drescher was a business visitor in the capltol o! Marion, Miss Mary Landers has been spending several days with Hannibal friends. Mrs. J. W. Carr, of Hunne well, came over Friday after noon to visit ber kinspeople. Miss Cassie Wbitwortb, stu dent in one of the Palmyra schools, came home Friday for a two days visit with her par ents, Rev. J. O. Whitworth and Wife. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned John II. Woods and Mary E.JWoode, executors of the es tate of Alexander Woods, deceased, will make Final Settlement of their accounts with said estate as such Ex ecutors at tbe next term of the Pro bate Court of Monroe County, Mis souri, to be holden in Paris ia said County, on the 11th day of February A. D. 1907. John H. Woods ) ,,.,, nt Maky E. Woods f Exeoulor8 of Alexander Woods deceased. MKIU WETHER & MERIWETHER, Attorneys for Executors. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, Ada M. Ide single, of Monroe City, Mo., by her certain Deed of Trust dated the 21st day of May, 11906, and recorded In the Re corder's office of Monroe County, in Deed Book 40, page 487, conveyed to the undersigned Roy B. Meriwether all her right, title, interest ana es tate in and to the following described real estate situated in the County of Monroe, State of Missouri, viz: All of lots ten (10), eleven (11), and twelve (12) in block nineteen (19) in Picrsol's addition to Monroe City, Mo. Which said conveyance was made in trust to secure the payment of a certain promissory note in said deed described, and whereas, said note has become due and is unpaid, now there fore, Id accordance with the provis ions of said Deed of Trust, and at the request of the legal holder of said note, I will proceed to sell the above described real estate at the west front door of the Court Houbb in the city of Paris, 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 tho hours of nine in the fore noon and five in the afternoon of that day to satisfy said note together with the cost and expense of executing this trust. Roy B. Meriwether, Trustee. W. B. A. McNUTT, M. D. Offlos otw Wood's Drat 8 tor. Kealdeno J R B KIDD, AUCTIONEER. MONROE CITY, MO. Will conduct sales anywhere on reasonable terms. Satisfac tion guaranteed. You get an easy 6have a Strean's. Wanted: Uentteman or lady with good reference, to travel by rail or with a rig, for a firm ot $250,000 capi tal. Salary 11,072 per year and ex penses; salary paid weekly and ex penses advanced. Address with stamp,'' Jos. A. Alexander, Monroe City, Mo. Farmers and Mercbants Bank: Monroe City Mo Capital $25,000. Surplus $25,000. Officers: Wm R Yates, Pres H W Ely, Viee-Pre ( W R P Jackson, Cashier Directors: W R Yates fl W Ely PH Hagan WRP Jackson John Shearman A Boulware R A Jackson W E Jones W W Longmirt Foreign Exchange Boight and Sold. New business desired and unex ce'.lsd Facilities offered. A. W. ELY, M. D. Office Ely's Private Hosplta Monroe City, Mo ip.a S Buffm 15. Phones J F & M 75. Meriwether & Meriwether. Attorneys at Law Will praotloe in all courts. No tary Pubu in office. Dr. C. A. NOLAND, dentist. Monroe City, Missouri. Office over Turner Drug Store; Telephone 133, W. T. Kutledge, Dentist The saving of teeth aepeclalty. Office in lied man block, over Variety Store. Telephone M. DR. U. S. SMITH. 109 S. JVain Hannibal, Ho. Practice Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.. R. S. McCLINTIO LAWYER Office over Monroe City Bank Monroe City Mo. DR J. Li. SWEENEY Physioian and Surgeon Office over Variety Store. Office phone, Buffum No. 220. Residence phone, P. M. No. 203. Dr. J. D, SCOBEE Osteopathic ' Physician Graduate of American School of Osteopathy, Klrksville, Mo All Acute and Chronic Diseases Treated Office in Proctor Building Phonss Office BufTum 141; Residence F & M 148 Consultation and examination free. A.B. MONTGOMERY, D7- S- Veterinary Physician Surgeon and Dentist Qraduate of a Three-year School! Calls promptly attended day or nigh). Office at Brick Barn, phone 91.. Residence phone 181. W.T, YOUEIL Licensed Auctioneer MONROS CITY.MO Satisfaction Guaranteed Head quarters at the Democrat offloe. Daniel Sharp of Emden was a business visitor in tbe Queen of tbe Prairies Friday. Mrs. T. M. Boulware and Master Thomas were with Bluff' City relatives tbe latter part of last week. E. Turpin, ot Baltimore, Md. bas been visiting bis brother William east of tbe city. It ia Mr. Turplu's first visit west la,, seventeea years.