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The Weather Has not been what it might be but the stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries YATES & SHEARMAN'S Is always clear, bright and fresh. The Drv Goods Shelves contain just what will! suit you. The Notions are the most choice. The Shoe shelves are filled with the latest and most approved goods. Call once and you will call again because you will get what you want at Right Prices. Dan K. Yowell was a business visitor in Paris, Saturday. Farmer Boys' Attention! In order to encourage the raising Miss Lucy Havener went to Shel- of "More and Better Corn in Mis- byville Saturday to visit friends. Jacob Gosney visitor Saturday. was a Hunnewell Mrs. J. L. Palmer went to Quincy Saturday to visit relatives. souri." the Farmer and Breeder, Missouri's great, new farm and stock paper offers to present free, under easy conditions, a bushel of pure bred seed corn to any wide awake farmer boy in the state. A ! bushel of seed will plant 8 acres of Trustee's Sale. WHEREAS, The Monroe City Butter and Cheese Factory of Mon roe City, Mo., did by its certain deed of trust dated July 6, 1907, record ed in book 42 at page 359 in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Monroe County, Mo., convey to W. Charles Long was with friends in corn - so get your father to give R. P. Jackson, Trustee, the follow Macon Friday. you half f what you can make off ing described real estate, situate, ly- : the patch and then plant it and ing and being in the County of Mon- J. T. S. Hickman of Hannibal, cultivate it as we tell you and show roe and State of Missouri to-wit: All was with his Monroe kinspeople the old Gentleman how to raise real of Lots 1. 2. 3 and 4. in Block 4 of Saturday. Ben Hickman of Hannibal spent Sunday with Monroe relatives. A first class dinner 25c at Griffith's restaurant. Mrs. P. F. White went to Louisi ana yesterday afternoon for a brief visit. Dr. J. R. Dawson was a profes sional visitor in Hunnewell, Monday. corn, ims will not only perhaps oaiieys Addition to Monroe uty. enable you to land a valuable prize in Monroe County, Missouri, includ- at the State Corn Show but in a ing all improvements thereon and year from now you will be able to all machinery, implements and at- sell your surplus seed to your neigh- ta:hments used in or about the bors at $2.00 to $2.50 per bushel. Creamery building situated thereon he conditions which will get this and used in manufacture of butter, bushel of free seed are so easy that cheese or other products; which any bright boy can fulfill them in conveyance was made to secure an hour's industrious work, so if the payment of a certam promisso- you want the chance in your neigh- ry note in said deed described, and borhood write us at once for par- whereas default has been made in SPECIAL TJRAJW Mrs. Onie James went to Perry Monday to visit friends. Scudder Maddox was a business visitor at Ely Monday. The P. E. 0. ladies will put on the play entitled "Scenes in the Union Station," on Tuesday, April 13th. -TO- on March 3, lOOO, to inspect the Richest Agricultural soil on the American continent. The most delightful climate, the Richest Soil (5 to 15 feet deep). This is the land of constant Spring time. No drouths, no frost, no blizzards, no cyclones, but a perfect climate This is the greatest opportunity in the world today. Dr. Vandeventer and E. V. Settles of Hannibal, Mo., who have just returned from Palomares. Vera Cruze. will be at the office of Node Green, on Saturday, Mai-ell 27, W. B. Arnold was a business visitor in the Bluff City yesterday. Hon. W. T. Ragland. of Paris was with friends in this city for a short while yesterday. The Secret of HapplneM. The secret of happiness In every life is to be doing what you feel you can do best, and to have your own lnglenook. To do what you can do best Includes the entire gamut, from housekeeper to social queen, though I should like to. turn the gamut upside down by putting the honieninkcr at the top instead of the bottom of the scale. Your own lnglenook you must have, married or single, if you would take Into your life all the happiness It offers, and give out of your life all the happiness it owes the community. Pall Mall Magazine. Oyster Society. It Is but seldom one Imagines that a good Joke is made about an oyster. Kd mund Yates, however, in his "Recol You can buv this land on the installment plan at $8.75 per acre and lections and Experiences," relates one, i was waiKing wnn mm one eveume from the club." writes Yates, "and months. passing a fish shop in New street, he noticed two different tubs of oysters, one marked 'Is a dozen,' and the other 'Is 3d a dozen." 'How they must hate each other!' said Thackeray." from 9 a. m. to 3:40 p. m. with samples of products of this great country. Remember the day and date. A bill requiring all persons con templating marriage to publish the fact at least three times in the newspapers of the county in which they reside was recently introduced in the legislature and the gentle man who introduced the bill wasn't a newspaper man, either. Brook field Gazette. William Raffensperg, of has been the guest of Jacob and family. Troy, Rohr Night Robes and Pajamas in the best of Styles. Splendid assort ment. YATES &. HAGAN. The Burlington has put in a dandy Safety or De-railing switch on the "house track" at the Joe de pot. If your Spring hat comes from here Stiff or Soft, it will be correct in shape and right in price. YATES & HAGAN. Joseph Way went to Kansas City Monday to make his home for a while and will then go to California Miss Elizabeth "Diggs of Peoria, 111., arrived Friday to visit her friend, Mrs. A. Jaeger, Jr. Mrs. Shelby Maddox went to Hannibal Saturday to visit her son, Edwin. J. F. Moss of Ely, brightened the Democrat office Saturday by his presence. Come again. Russian Moth Traps. The trees of central Europe are protected from the ravages of the Rus sian moth by new moth traps. Two larue and Dowerful reflectors are placed over a deep receptacle and powerful exhaust fan. The beams of light are thrown on the distant moun tain sides, and it Is said that three tons of moths were caught the first night ticulars. The Missouri Farmer and Breeder is a new monthly publication which tells you of the great things which are being done by Missouri's Agri cultural College, the Missouri Ex periment Station and the State Board of Agriculture at Columbia. t is cram full of new ideas about Corn Growing, Alfalfa, Good Roads Cattle, Hog, Sheep and Poultry rais ing. A series ot articles which are now running by S. M. Jordon are entitled, "How the Missouri Farmer Can Make Ten Million More Dollars Out of This Year's Corn Crop" and should be read by every farmer in the state. The February issue will contain the first complete article from Dr. J. W. Connaway on the now famous new Anti-Hog Cholera serum which is destined to save the farmers of Missouri millions of dollars in the next few years. This the payment of said note and in terest, now. therefore at the request of the legal holder of said note, and in pursuance of the provisions of said deed of trust, I will on Wed nesday, March 24 1909, at the court house door in the City of Paris, Monroe County, Missouri, be tween the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of that day, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash the above described real estate to satisfy said note and interest to gether with the costs of executing this trust. W. R. P. JACKSON, Trustee. Edwin J. Troy who was the edi tor of the St. Louis Star, for Satur day, presents a "Missouri Idea" and a map to illustrate it that amounts to something. This map forcefully illustrates Missouri's present and fine new paper only costs 50 cents future greatness, and especially her ner year. Address farmer and Breeder, Columbia, Mo. Entertained. Dr. and Mrs. W. B. A. McNutt entertained a party of r:I:r.d3 Tiies day evening at cards. It is always pleasant for friends of Dr. and Mrs. McNutt to be re membered for it is a delightful home to visit. Miss Laura McClure of Hunne well has heen the guest of her friend, Miss Elizabeth Boulware. Conway &. Proctor nave put up an attractive sign for their lumber yard. Our Stetson Derby is the best stiff hat for the money on the market. YATES & HAGAN. Where Heroes Come From. In the main it seems as if the hero type were more often found in the wilder places than among factories and music halls, and your romantic fellow of the primal order Is quite apt to have In his rough make-up ways something very healthy and enviable that has long withered In the smoke and flare of policed and asphalted towns. future prospects for becoming the . 1 I f ' IT. l nrst state in me union, ne snows that Missouri is the center of pro duction of cattle, hogs, lead and zinc, horses and mules, and farm products, witn ail tnis ne asus why should it not be the center of manufactures? The geographical center of the Union is just over the line in Kansas. The center of pop ulation is in Indiana and rapidly . . i 1 r ' ; TM tu cwik.,;ii u.Mu w 0,itAr- movine lowara Missouri, tue ceii- illc ouciuy vine iiuam uu uui-i- ed its 39th year. It is one of the ier u.1 w iuwiuu mct inttinrt nnners which ""5 line in Illinois, me omipiewr comes to our office. It is always ademption J e bottom lands of lApan nnd nhlv edited. Mav it lonjJ t;r,,,Q tJ state would almost h o hwind tn Shelhwille and a move this center v0 v J I - J . . a tn M;Cc,,ri Sonrnnlism. I center oi manuiaciuring is now in unio ana sieaauy moving west Miss Lucile Whitecotton, of ward. There is no reason why she Lakenan, has been visiting her should not at an early day become uncle, John Whitecotton. near the manufacturing center and hold Shiel. it for all time to come. Her fuel and transnortation Dossibilities are i r . I r Mrs. l. r. Murpney. oi ai. uis, . j to any state in the Union i t arrived yesterday 10 visit ner par- whpther it raii or water no state ..... 1 4 I ents, John Whitecotton ana wne. Cjm be more generously supplied. near bhiel. Th fart is it is un to Missourians . . I Tl 1 .,11 .1 W A H.mtor onH w f. of IN "lc ,rat' ,,. w. ....,v. . aine, 111., arrived yesterday to visit nature .u Buuu uiu. - t.. .1 i r niv ana it is lor us to use ineiu iu runners limiuei. mis, . u. i ' ' Missouri and other rivers of the immediately this center into Missouri. Majestic A. Jaeger's. Malleable Ranges at . D. J. Sullivan and wife of Chica Uo. arrived Saturday to visit his Uncle, Michael Sullivan. ' Willie Hawkins, of Hannibal sDent Sunday with relatives in this city. Janesville and Deere Disk Culti vators at A. Jaeger's, Benton. Christian is now an em ploye of a button factory in Louis iana, Mo. Edward Feeney and wife of Ely, spent Monday with Monroe relatives. Change Easily Made. Five-year-old Helen was industrious ly hemming a square of pink gingham for a doll's table cover. She held it up and examined It critically. "Mother." she said, "I don't think this Is a very stylish tablecloth. I guess I'll put a pair o' sleeves in It and call it a cor set cover." The Delineator. Ivan Yates and Bonnie bride have been with the homefolks at Clarence. ' American Jaeger's. Field Fence at A. Miss Ruby Scobee went to Perry Monday to visit relatives. John Tulley was a business vis itor in Palmyra, Saturday. End Gate Seeders at A, Jaeger's. Natural Vagrants, All of Us. There has nfver been a time whet men did not wander from a desire for change, a desire to flee from the mo notony of mere existence. There If a fever In the blood which drive men to wander, affecting rich and poor alike, and this is a factor which no legislation can ever entirely eliminate In dealing with the true vagrant class. Not Wholly In Vain. Uncle Allen Sparks was returning home from the funeral ot an acquain tance. "Well," he said, brightening visibly after a period of profound thought, "his life was a useful one, after all. He once planted a tree." Mrs. Elliott. our best advantage. - Moberly Dem ocrat. County court Monday. will be in session Rural carriers celebrated Wash ington's birthday. JasDer Henderson went to SL Louis yesterday to attend the meet invf of the Missouri Poultry and Egg Shippers. Edwin Walker and wife are with friends in SL Louis. Little Rock, Ark.. Feb. 53. -The town of Fisher, in Poinsett county, was blown away by a terrific wind storm, according to a report receiv ed here. Only one building, a busi ness structure, is left standing, the report says. Six persons are said to be dead, but telegraph and tele phone wire are down and details are unobtainable. Mr. Farmer nothing will pay you C. 0. Mayes of the Bluff City, was better than to test your seed corn. with friends in this city yesterday. A poor stand means a poor crop and a poor crop means that you do Joe Gray of Vandaha, was with not get from your land that to ! his brother, J. B. Gray, yesterday. which you are entitled. Charles Dooley, of Stoutsville was . Charles Johnston was a business with friends in this city yesterday, visitor at Palmyra Monday.