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VOLUME as riONROE CITY, MISSOURI. NOVEHBER n , 1909 NUMBER 33 ChampClarkMissouri'scandidateforPresident mo: '1 I ITEMS FROM FARMEKS Of Farmers, For Farmers and Per taining to Farmers. Cremoline Dip. L. M. Wood. When you figure on a sale and want Col W T Youell to cry it, call Elbert Yates at the F &. M Bank. He can give you the Colonels dates. If you are going to have a sale call up J R B Kidd Monroe City Bank or phone 242. Satisfaction guaranteed. Buff Orpingtons for sale by Mrs C M Hoar. Buffum phone 218. Dell Hagar has decided to move to Texas and consequently will sell his personal property at public sale at his farm known as the Jake Cromer farm, 5 1-2 miles southeast of Monroe Liiy on Tuesday Nov. 16. Col W T Youell to be the auctioneer and Elbert Yates, clerk. He will sell 11 horses and mules, 23 cattle, 36 hogs, feed, implements etc. For further particulars see bills gotten out by the Democrat. T F Snider who lives on the old Jim Bush farm, 5 miles east of Monroe City, 1-4 mile east of Has sard, is going to quit farming so will have Col WT Youell sell at public sale on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at the above named farm, 5 horses and mules, 3 cows, calf, hogs, sheep, corn, fodder, farm implements eta See bills printed by the Democrat for further particulars. Byron McFarland a progressive and scientific farmer has had J B Head-ick to drill a well 148 feet deep for him and found plenty of water. He is feeding 40 head of nice hogs. G W Davis has 700 bushels of fine coin a the crib. H A Fo1 i has lost a good mule. It tried to jump a ditch and broke its back. Roy vi Melson said: My 70 acres of wheat looks fine. J L Owen sent 10 head of beeves to Hannibal Monday and has bought 1 from Lawless Bros and 1 from C Carlton. D D Melson shipped a car load of nice horses to Jacksonville, Fla Monday night. They were accom panied by Walter Ragland. Yates and Yates have bought 2 mares and 2 mules from Joe Wil son and 2 horses to A A Wise man. W A Wilson has been to Butler and bought two registered Poland China boars. He believes in rais ing the best of com and the best of hogs to feed it to. For Sale. A yearling registered DuRoc boar See W C Motley. 11-18 Melvin Whipple and family, of Macomb, 111., are moving to the J L Owen farm recently bought by them. Welcome. Miss Beatiice Elliott has sold her fancy sorrol horse to her father, J T Elliott Consideration private. j ' . Market Report rFor Wednesday before date of paper. Cattle $3.0007.00 Hogs Heavy 5.207.00! Hogs Light- 5.00' Sheep,... 3.00O4.00 Lambs. 500 5.25 Poultrv. Hens 10c Spring chickens pound and quarter and over 1 1-2 10c Old Roosters 05c Staggy Roosters 05c Ducks 09c Turkey Hens 13c Young Toms 13c Toms.. 13c Guineas, each 17c Geese. 07c Eggs-. 24c Tallow. 04c Butter.. 19c Green Hides. 09c New Corn 55c Wheat No. 2 1.08 Oats. 32 '"35 Hay. $9.00 Baled nay. $11.00 Shipments for week fair. Barger &. McClintic 4 cars of hogs; T J Yates 3 cars of hogs; D R Daven port 1 car of cattle; D D Melson 1 car horses; McFarland Bros 1 car of flour; Henderson &. Son 1 car poul try. 600 lbs butter. Total 11 cars. McAtee-Leake. Yesterday, Nov. 10th, at 7:30 a. m., at St John's church, Hunne well, was the mating of Hunnewell and Monroe City. Rev. Fr. Connolly at High Mass officiating at one of Hunnewell's most pleasing and Monroe s most important weddings. The happy and interested partic ipants being Miss Lottie F the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McAtee of Hunnewell, and J. R. Leake, one of Monroe's pros perous business men. Miss Ruth McAtee, sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid, and Charles Pierceall of this city, the groomsman. Misses Bess and Lula Hays as sisted at the wedding with their sweet violin music After the wedding the bridal party came to this city and to the cosy home on East First Street that the groom had furnished for his bride. May their happy anticipations of a life spent together be realized to the fullest Later. At the last moment J. R. and bride decided to go to St. Louis for a few days. A. F. L A. M. Special communication of Mon roe Lodge No. 64, A. F. & A. M. tomorrow, Friday, evening at 7:30. Work in the F. C. Degree All members are urged to be present Visiting brethren cordially invited. House Party. Mrs. J. J. Brown has delightfully entertained quite a number of her friends. The party was composed of Mesdames Emma Maddox. of New London, J. G. Fuqua, city. W .T. Rag land, Paris, F. K. Lynch and Rob ert Price, Center, C. C Gillam. O. A. Brown and babe and Miss Margaret Glascock, Hannibal, Mrs. Bettie Moore, Kansas City and Miss Eva Strange, Louisiana. O. A. and E. M. Brown, of Hanni bal and W. T. Brown, of Charleston, Okla., spent Sunday with the party ( Mrs. T. E. Wiilard's Sunday School j class of the Methodist chureh, will conduct an exchange at Yates 4V, Shearman's next. Saturday after-' noon. Come and get your Sunday dinner. Proceeds for Missionary, i 1910 CHAUTAUQUA. People EnthusiasticA Good Pro gram A University For the People. Repesentatives of two bureaus supplying talent for Chautauquas were in our city Thursday and found several who were desirous of holding a Chautauqua next year. A meeting of citizens was called to meet at the Council room that even ing. This meeting was called to order by Judge Umstattd who nom inated Judge Robt. Meriwether for Temporary Chairman. W. J. Rouse was elected temporary secretary. The question of holding a Chau tauqua was discussed from all points and all speakers were in favor of having another Chautau qua. The one hundred guarantors not having been secured the Chair was instructtd to appoint a committee to secure the one hundred names. C. L. Carpenter and B. T. Gentges were appointed and with the as sistance of some others secured 101 names. There is plenty of room for your name if you have not signed. Get in and do your part. The meeting Thursday even ing adjourned to meet Friday evening. The meeting Friday evening was called to order by Jbge Meriweth er who stated that 101 guarantors had been secured. A permanent organization was then effected by the election of the following officers: President, J. S. Scott. Vice-President, E. M. Sipple. Secretary, Roy Meriwether. Treasurer, M. B. Proctor. Executive Committee, Alfred Jae ger, C. L Carpenter, B. T. Gentges, J. S. Conway. J. G. Wade. A. S. Jayne and Elbert Yates. Program Committee. B. D. Weeks, W. P. Wynn, Dr. J. N. Southern. L M. Wood. E. M. Sipple, Dr. C. A. Noland. R. B. Meriwether. The Program selected is as fol lows: Saturday. Aug. 20. Free day provided Gov. Hadley can be secured. Also Sym phony Orchestra. Sunday, Aug. 2L 2:00 Hungarian Orchestra. 2:30 Father Nugent $00 Hungarian Orchestra. Monday, Aug. 22. 2:30 Hungarian Orchestra. 7:30 Hungarian Orchestra 8:00 Moving Pictures. Tuesday, Aug. 23. 2:00 Hungarian Orchestra. 2:30 Hon. G. A. Gearhart. Wednesday, Aug. 24. ! 200 Morphits. 2:30 Dr. J. Glenn Frank. 7:30 Morphits. 8.00 Dr. S. A. Steele. Thursday, Aug. 25. 200 Eureka Glee Club. 2.00 Some National Speaker. 7:30 Eureka Glee Club. 8.00 Dr. J. Glenn Frank. Friday, Aug. 26. 2.O0 Eureka Glee Club, 230 , Dr. Thoa. Green. 7:30 Eureka Glee Club. Saturday, Ant 27. 2:30 Eureka Glee Club. 230 Cora man. ..- 7:30 Eureka Glee Club. 8O0 Dr. J. Glenn Frank. Sunday, Aug. 28. 2;00 Eureka Glee Club. 2:30 Dr. Win. Spurgeon. 8:00 Eureka Glee Club. New Things. J. Frank Smith has had another 100 feet of cement walk made at his home. W. G. Barger is having a hog house 26x40 feet made. F. M. Wilson &. Son are adding 16x20 feet to the length of their business room. It is of cement blocks. H. B. Mudd is adding 10x20 feet to his business room. It is of ce ment blocks. J. R. Spiker is building a nice 6 room bungalow. There is a complaint from sever al parties. They say they would like to build this fall but cannot find carpenters and workmen to do the work. J. H. Rogers is re-roofing his barn. F. H. Hagan is re-roofing his corn crib. C. E. Critchelo is re-roofing his barn. L. McNelis is re-roofing his house J. C. Finnigan is re-roofing and adding a porch to his house. J. T. Spalding is putting up a buggy shed and corn crib. J. 0. Gilson is putting up some sheds. T. E. Lear is building a 4-room house. Will Schluckebier is building a 2 room house Williams-Deimer. I love, you love, we love, in fact all the world loves a lover, and that alone would have made the wedding at 6 a. m. Monday. Rev. John Ryan officiating, an interest ing one George M. Deimer of this city, met pretty Miss Margaret Williams in Carthage. Later she moved to Kansas City where George plead his case so well that the jury, Miss Williams, returned a favorable ver dict and Sunday afternoon came to this city where George's sister. Mrs. Joseph Retti of Palmyra, met her and cared for her until next morn ing and then it was wedding bells. Congratulations. Young. The infant daughter of Grafton T. Young and wife died Friday night, Nov. 5tb, aged twelve days. Funeral services were held at the family home in this city Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, conducted by Rev. B. D. Weeks, and interment was made in St. Jude's cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Young have the sym pathy of the community, as this is the fourth child they have buried. Special Announcement The President of the Century Club especially requests all mem bers to be present at the meeting next Tuesday. An important notice is to be made before the adjourn ment ' Breanemaa. News from Fredrick, Okla, says: Mrs. Richard Brenneman. formerly of this city, died last Sunday at 6 a.m. The lady has numerous friends, in this city who will regret her passage to the other short ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Different Denominations. This Column Closes Promptly at 9 a. m. Each Wednesday. Rev. E. Ceney of Canton, filled appointments at Aerial Sunday. Rev. J. M. Pailey was with friends at Shelbyville the first of the week. Rev. Fr. P. F. Cooney of Indian Creek, paid the Democrat an ap preciated visit Monday. Rev. J. S. Rooker will begin a protracted meeting at Sharpsburg church Sunday. His revival with the Union Valley church resulted in 6 additions to the church. A little late, but the Methodist ladies were some time finding out "where we are at." After settling bills and counting up they had $45 to show for their dinner and supper. Elder H. F. Davis of St. Louis, was with Monroe friends Monday. Monroe was his home for many years and at one time he was pas tor of the Christian church in this city. METHODIST Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7O0 p. m. Junior League 2:30 p. m. Senior League 6:00 p. m. Public cordially invited. FIRST BAPTIST Regular services Sunday by Rev. B. D. Weeks. PRESBYTERIAN Services Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Young People's society 6:30 p. m. GRACE BAPTIST Regular services at Grace Bap tist church Sunday. ST. JUDES'. Rev. H. C. Goodman, Rector. Hours for services Sunday next 7 a. m., 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Please note change for night serv ice Fridays. 7:30 p. m. The new Church Calendar 1910 with picture of church is ready for distribution and can be secured from Miss Estella Anderson. They make most excellent Christmas and New Years gifts to send away to friends. The St Margaret's Guild and St Catherine's Guild will meet togeth er at the Rectory Friday 2:30 p. m. sharp. Honor Roll of Monroe City Public Grade School for Month of Oct Grade 1 Ethelyn Cline, James Nesbit. Grade 2 Howard Ballard. Willie Gardanier, Donald Wilson, Kather- erine Melson. Grade 3 - Virginia Asbury, Ros well Johnson, Alma Drescher. Grade 4 Aleen Orr, Robert Hord, Manning Humphrey, Vivian Lee, Louise Melson, Lucile Wright Grade 5 Frances Rouse. Helen Moss, Lucile Forsythe, Lucy Red man, Cornelia Tuley, Maurice Kidd. Grade 6 Mildred Settle, Helen Southern, Harry Dumford. Grade 7 Floyd Jamison, Lillie I Redman. Max Evans, Edwin Drear jcher. Grade 8- Bertha Yaeger, Georgia Renshaw, Blanche Berry. I Cement fluecaps. Evan Smith.