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ROE CITY DEMOCRAT.
VOLUME 22 HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, OCTOBER ai , 1909 NUMBER 3O Contest Awards to be Announced Next Week MON ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers and Per- j taining to Farmers. -I Cremoline Dip. L M. Wood, tf When you figure on a sale and want Col W T Youell to cry it, call Elbert Yates at the FO&. MR Bank. He can gWe you the Colonels dates. For yearling Shropshire bucks see E S Hampton. If you are going to have a sale call up J R B Kidd Monroe City Bank or phone 242. Satisfaction guaranteed. . For Sale. Ten high grade Shropshire 1 and 2 years old bucks. Tandy G Moore Bethel, Mo. 10-24. W W Handley has bought 4 head of mules and a horse from H A Ford and a horse from Leo BelL E S Hampton &. Son are feeding 35 head of 2 and 3 year old steers. William Lehnbauer is feeding 20 steers and 40 hogs. The H C Corder sale cried Thurs day by Col W T Youell was a hum mer. A yearling colt sold for $150, cows $70, stock hogs at 7c and so on down the line. D K Yowell has sold 160 acres of land 4 miles west of city at $60 per : acre for G W Stubblefield, of Bloom ington, 111., to J L Fields, of Shel bina. R L Armstrong has sold his 16 acres and cottage home near Stouts ville to M L Williams for $1,000. The deal was made by D K Yowell. W H James has bought 40 acres of land from M L W'lliams. 5 miles south of this city. Consideration private. W W Handley has shipped a car load cf mules. Mrs C E Carleston has decided to quit farming, therefore on Wednes day Oct. 27 will through Col W T Yovell. auctioneer and Elbert Yates clerk, at the John D Fields farm, 8 miles southeast of Monroe City and 2 miles uorthwest of Hatch, will sell 1 aged work horse. 1 good brood mare, 2 year old filley, 2 extra good milch cows, 1 yearling heifer, 2 steer calves, 19 good native ewes, 1 buck, 1 brood sow, 6 shoata weigh 120 pounds, a rick of hay, 140 shocks of corn and fodder, 20 bush els of potatoes, a good 2 horse wag on, spring wagon, good as new, cul tivators, plows, rakes, household and kitchen furniture See bills gctten out by the DEMOCRAT. H Clay Hays will have a sale at the Bob Parsons farm 7 miles from southest of Monroe City and 2 1-2 miles northeast of Clapper, Monday Oct 8. Col WT Youell auctioneer and Jno F Pike clerk. There will be a 5 year old draft gelding, 4 year old harness gelding, short 2 year old saddle and harness filley, 12 year old family mare in foal by Mongold and 3 weaning mules, 5 good Shorthorn milch cows, bred, 4 heifer calves, 1 steer calf, 10 Shrop shire ewes, 2 brood sows, 14 pigs, thoroughbred Poland-China boar, a farm wagon, mowing machine, hay rake, set of work harness, 300 bush els of corn in crib, 200 seasoned ' white oak posts. See bills gotten out by the Democrat J B Headrlck has completed drill ing a 112 foot well for Adison Vaughn and found plenty of water. Jno L Owen has bought beeves of Charles Tewell 2, Edward Lucas 1, Jno Smittd 2. Mr Studebaker 1, George Hampton 1 and sent 10 head to the Hannibal market. Through N A Drescher, Woodford Bannister has sold his 340 acre tract of land 10 miles southwest of the city to Berryman and Smith of St Joseph, for $40 per acre. Mr. Farmer. The Monroe Corn Show is yours and you can if you will, make the best display of corn that has been made in this vicinity this season. What are you going to do? Join the progressive class and make the show a credit to Monroe, Ralls, Marion and Shelby county, or do as Dad did fifty years ago, go fishin'. This will be the last year that we can give ten days or two weeks to a distintinctively Corn Show. After this one it will be in the hands of others and for your sake and that of the country we hope that your display will be a large one. Re member, time for entries close Saturday. For Rent. A half section of land. Good house, good barn, good orchard. Plenty of water. See W B Arnold, Harry A McClintic or J M Proc tor, Jr. I will take a lot of stock for fall pasture. - W B Arnold. Market Report. For Wednesday before date of paper. Cattle. $3.00 ; 7.00 Hogs Heavy 5.20 - 7.00 Hogs Light 5.00 Sheep. 3.004.00 Lambs. 5.00(35.25 Poultrv. Hens 10c Spring chickens pound and quarter and over 1 1-2 10c Old Roosters 05c Staggy Roosters 05c Ducks 08c Turkey Hens 11c Young Toms 11c Toms.. 11c Guineas, each 15c Geese. 06c Eggs-. 21c Tallow. 04c Butter.. 18c Green Hides. 09c Corn. 70 New Corn 55c Wheat No. 2 1.10 Oats. 32035 Hay..-.' $8.00 Shipments for week ending noon yesterday light. T J Yates 3 cars of hogs; McFarland Bros 2 cars of flour; Henderson & Son 1 car of eggs. Total 6 cars. Twelve People. Will take part in the Big Laugh Show at the Monroe opera house Wednesday the 27. Duncan &. Clark's is a big, bright, musical comedy. A Vauderville that will and has pleased all The comme- dians are great. Meet Dooley of Ireland, our next governor, a man you will be proud of. Tickets at regular place. Prices 50c, 35c and 25c. Go laugh and be happy for one night Mrs. Jennie Powell went to Hun newell, Tuesday to visit her daugh ter, Mrs. Bertha SorreU. . . - Wood stove for sa!e, Inquire at Democrat ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Different Denominations. This Column Closes Promptly at 9 a. m. Each Wednesday. Rev. Fr. John Ryan spent Mon day with his friend, Rev. Fr. D. F. Sullivan in Hannibal. Rev. B. D. Weeks was called to Chillicothe Monday to conduct fu neral services for a friend. METHODIST Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Preaching Ham. and 7:00 p. m. Junior League 2:30 p. m. Senior League 6:00 p. m. Public cordially invited. Lord's supper next Sunday morn TheXadies Aid Society of the Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. George Tooley next Thursday afternoon. ST. JUDES'. Rev. H. C. Goodman, Rector. Sunday next XX after Trinity. Services 7 a. m., 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, October 27th, Eve of S. S. Simon and Jude. Festival Evensong and address 7:30 p. m. Thursday, October 28th. S. Simon and S. Jude's Day.' Mbrning serv ice 8 a. m. See special note for Annual Par ish Banquet in Parish hall. The Order of the Knights of St. Paul, The following persons duly re ceived the Degree of Knighthood Monday last and were appointed to serve for 3 months: Harry Strean Exalted Ruler Henry Green High Master Ray Yowell Worthy Warden Lyon Gartner Scribe and Treasurer Hunter Anderson Sojourner Chas. McClintic Major Steward The following were duly admitted as Honorary members: Alfred Jaeger, Thomas Boulware, Alex Melson, Edmund Jaeger, John Strean, Monroe Anderson, Alfred Warner. PRESBYTERIAN Communion which was to have been served last Sunday was post poned on account of the funeral and wili be observed next Sunday. Would like to have the entire mem bership present. Preaching at 1 1 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Young Peoples Society at 6:30 p. m. GRACE BAPTIST The regular services on Sunday. Preaching at the morning and even ing hours. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Rev. J. J. Cooper, Missionary Evangelist of Bethel Association will assist the pastor in a series of meetings with Philadelphia Baptist church, beginning Nov. 3rd. FIRST BAPTIST Regular services Sunday by the Pastor. D. M. Proctor left Tuesday for Albany, Texas to attend to some ' business interests. Keither-Ellington. About 11 o'clock yesterday morn ing a wedding took place in the re ception room at Judge Dent's office on Center street The ceremony was performed by Judge Dent in his usual happy characteristic man ner. The principals were Alvah Ellington and Miss Gertrude Keith ler, both of Hunnewell. The judge says that they were about as nice a looking couple as be has married for some time. - Hannibal Jour nal. Miss Keithler was well . known in this city. After the wedding Tues day they came to Monroe and af ter spending the day with friends returned to their home Congratulations. Frazier. The funeral of Miss Clara Frazier, danghter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Frazier, took place from the M. E. Church, South, in this city Sunday Oct. 17th, at 1:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. M. F. Crowe, at the special request of the deceased. In accordance with her wishes, also, six of her former companions acted as pall bearers: Misses Fan nie Abbott Lulu Hayden, Nellie Griffith. Carrie Smith, Mrs. Bessie Woods and Mrs. Virginia Leake. The large number present and the beautiful floral tributes be spoke the high esteem in which, she was held. Her death, at nineteen years of age, seems untimely and removes from the community one who was loved and esteemed in a wide circle of friends. The grief stricken family have the sympathy of all in their be reavement. Green. Mrs. Libby Bell Wright, wife of Gipson Green, died at her home near Shiel of a complication of diseases Tuesday and the funeral was held at Aerial church yesterday after noon. She was a consistant member of the Christian Church. The death falling on the second anniversary of her marriage makes the passing away doubly sad sad for the devoted husband. She left a little boy twelve months old and a large number of friends. Nice Stock. Dr. Maddox & Sons took two of their pretty colts to the New Lon don fair and caught ribbons. Both colts are saddlers and the 2 year old filley took first and the yearling second and they got there in great shape in the harness ring as the ribbons prove Twelveth. Yesterday was the twelfth wed ding anniversay of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jaeger and Mrs. Jaeger met her husband in Quincy and cele brated by attending the theatre Yesterday was the only gloomy an niversary of the twelve Wedding to B. Another event of social import ance is the wedding of Alexis Montgomery and Miss Anna Lu daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Yates, will be Wednesday Oct 27. f Mrs. E. H. Shaver and two chil dren went to Hannibal Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. W. T. 1 UUUb MR. REAL ESTATE MAN MR. FARMER Last Saturday some farmers came to us and plead for time to make their entries, stating that fall work was behind and tney had not had time to select corn Time was granted and Saturday the 23rd in stead of the 16th was made the limit. Now Mr. Real Estate Man, while the farmer is vitally interested in his products, YOU are equally so, and for that REASON you ought to be present and prepared to bid on the three (3) lots of corn that will be &old Saturday the 30th. Why? Because whtn taken to your offices it would be of great value in assisting you to make your deals. A. F. & A. M. Regular communication of Mon roe Lodge No. 64. A. F. & A. M. tomorrow, Friday, evening at 7:30. Work in the E. A. Degree All members are urged to be present. Visiting brethren cordially invited. New Things. C. E. Gillam has had 75 feet of cement walk put in at the corner of Fourth and Davis streets. Shelby Rutledge has had 50 feet of cement made in front of his property corner Fourth and Wash ington streets. Rafe Leake is putting in a 4x20 foot concrete culvert at the south west corner of the city. J. T. Spalding has drilled a nice well for Dr. R. K. Megown and found an abundance of water for his resi dence corner of Vine and Court streets. A. J. Shepard is building a nice hen house. Ed Moss is erecting a nice barn. Willis Dinwiddie is adding one room to his home. The Christian church is being modernized and practically made new. Fred Hardesty is raising his house and placing a cement block foundation under it. Mrs. S. E. Boarman has raised her house, put a cement block foun dation under it and had a fancy cement curb made at the cistern. W. Jones is building a granary. J. Nelse Harris is building a crib and biuJgy shed. C. Medcalf is adding one room to his home. Thomas Carr is adding one room to his farm house and is building a barn. Buckman Bros. High Ball, the fancy gelding took the second premium at the St. Louis horse show. J. J. Dimmitt and H. B. Mudd are taking in the horse show at St Louis. Isaac Holler, of Palmyra was with friends in this city Thursday. B. E. Hixson, of Hannibal hes been with his father. Rev. B. F. Hixson and brother. R. F. James W. Johnston, of Fulton was in the city this week. He came over to escort his wife to their new home Success to them. Cement Curbs and gutter. Evan Smith. . :