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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, December 16, 1909, Part One, Image 1

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Part One
Buy Christmas goods from Our Advertisers
"X ti "If. AT ."i Tv A IT ,
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
If you are going to have a sale
call up J R B Kidd Monroe City
Bank or phone 242. Satisfaction
Farmers Wives.
It will not be long now before
your friend the DEMOCRAT, will
ask you for your poultry, butter,
eggs and feather report for 1910.
The time to give it to us is the first
of January 1910 so it can be in the
annual report that the DEMOCRAT
gets out each year, the first week
in January. Do not forget and
please be prompt.
Wanted to Buy
D D Melson will be at the Gones
&. McAllister barn in this city Fri
day 17 to buy fat horses, from 5 to
12 years old.
,Hagan Bros .have shipped 2 car
loads of fat cattle.
... . William Reachoff has shipped a
car load of good beeves.
John J ' Rogers has shipped a
car load of nice mutton sheep. j
Manning Scott has shipped 2 car?
of cattle and 1 of hogs from Ely. ..
For Sale. "
Thro 3 registered Berkshire boars
The Berkshire hogs wore blue
ribbons at the International Show
at Chicago. They took the Cham
pionship over all in car lots. And
Championship in pens of three bar
rows. Hogs sold yesterday at the high
est pries since the war, so far as
the bulk was concerned, with the
exception of 1882, when heavy hogs
reached $9.35. Yesterday $8.40CJ
8.60 bought the bulk and the top
was $8.67 1-2. Packers participat
ed in this lively trade and were
suspected of bidding for a run next
week. Supply this week is 50,000
less than they expected and prices
have had sufficient advance to start
a run if roads in the country get in
condition for hauling. - Quincy Her
ald of Dec. 11.
Wood &. Thomas brought in a car
load of fat beeves Monday to ship
to Chicago, but they found a 50c
slump on the market and a pros
pect of another slump Tuesday.
They had 1,000 bushels of corn and
preference to shipping on that kind
of marker they drove their cattle
back home and will feed two or
three weeks longer.
So far George W Tooley & Son
are pleased with their silo. They
report insilage in tip top condition.
Henry Durst, of Ely went to Kan-!
S8s City, Tuesday to buy some fan
cy stock cattle. He thought it a
good time as the market had slump-!
ed so badly. 1
Yates & Yates nave bought a I
mule from W W Jackson and sold a !
Worse to Ed Worland. j
The price of turkeys is roosting
-' . l - - a. . . a
mgner man me mraeys aia. .
H W Holmes has sold his 80 acre
farm 2 miles west of city to Harry
Jackson fur $100 per acre.
Mrs E B Crawford brought in 42
turkeys Tuesday and received
$124.80 for them.
Palmer's Perfumes. L. M. Wood.
Mrs Mollie Frye brought in 8
turkeys Tuesday and sold them for
Market Report.
For Wednesday before date of
Cattle. $3.0006.00
Hogs Heavy 5.20 7.70
Hogs Light. 5.00
Sheep. 3.00&3.75
Lambs. 5.00 6.00
Spring chickens pound and
quarter and over 1 1-2 12c
Old Roosters 05c
Staggy Roosters 05c
Ducks 09c
Turkey Hens 18c
Young Toms 18c
Toms.. 14c
Guineas, eateh 17c
Tallow. 04c
Butter.. 20c
Green Hides. 09c
New Corn 55t
Wheat No. 2 1.10
Oats. 32 35
Hay.. $9.00
Baled nay. $11.00
Shipments for week fair. Barger
St McClintic 3 cars of hogs; T J
Yates 2 cars of cattle; Hagan Bros
2 cars of cattle; William Riechoff 1
car of cattle; Jno J Rogers 1 car of
sheep; Henderson &. Son 2 cars live
live poultry, 1 car dressed poultry;
McFarland Bros 1 car of flour, H
Levy 1-2 car of wooL Total 13 1-2
High School Play.
The Eureka Debating Club
the Monroe City High School will
present the four act drama,
"Jedediah Judkins, J. P.," at the
Opera House, Thursday evening,
Dec. 23. Here is an opportunity to
laugh your sides sore, see a good
drama and help the High School all
at the same time.
Jedediah Judkins, Judge of the
Peace, E. M. Sipple.
John Craincross, a Tradesman,
H. M. Tooley.
Herbert Craincross, John's son,
Warren Fuqua.
Reginald Windrem, of the Town
of Windrem and Tick, Leslie Bell.
George Prentiss, a Detective, B.
D. Weeks.
Horatio De Camp, a Crook, Ed
ward Jayne.
Buck Hardin, another Crook,
Richard Asbury.
A Policeman, an officer at Po
lice Station.
Mrs. Craincross, John's Wife,
Evodia Gentry.
Bernice Craincross, the Daughter.
Helen Gosney.
Esther Goldfair, John's Ward,
Willie Hampton.
Miss Bobbin, No Body Knows
What, Edna Crawford.
Sally Sands, a Silly Servant,
Lizzie Crisler. -
Tickets will be on sale at Ander
son & Montgomery's store Wednea-'
1 t . n
aay morning ai w o clock.
You dont know the best until
you've tried Schraffta Chocolates,
U m; wood.
Interesting News Concerning
Different Denominations.
This Column Closes Promptly at 9
a. m. Each Wednesday.
Rev. Fr. John Connolly filled ap
pointments in Hunnewell Sunday.
Rev. Nelson Brown of Canton.
1 has accepted the pastorate of the
, Christian church at Warren and be
gan active service last Sunday.
The Baptist church at Warren is
pastorless. It called Rev. Waters
and he accepted and then quit
(resigned) before he commenced.
Rev. W. E. Reavis of Stanberry,
has been delivering good sermons
at the Churistian church. It is pos
sible that he will be called to the
Rev. J. M. Bailey has been called
to and accepted the pastorate of
the Christian chuach at Madison.
Rev. J. E. Travis and some of his
students at the Academy were
Monroe visitors Monday.
Rev. J. W. Trower of LaGrange,
been the guest of his Monroe friends.
He was enroute to Darks ville where
he has accepted the charge of a
Rev. Joe H. Bryan, state secreta
ry of the Christian church Sunday
School with headquarters in Kan
sas City, has been with his friend,
Rev. J. M. Bailey. .
Rev. W. J. Spurgeon of Hunne
well, filled appointments Saturday
and Sunday at Oakland church.
Rev. W. W. Laughlin. pastor of
the Grace church in this city for
three Sundays in the month and
one at the Philadelphia Baptist
church, has not resigned the pastor
ate of the Philadelphia church but
has done the equivalent. The an
nual business meeting to call a
pastor will be next Saturday and
Rev. Laughlin has notified the
church that he does not want his
name to come before the meeting
for re-election.
Rev. Fr. Pius Kendrick of St.
Louis arrived Saturday to visit rel
atives. He was reared just east of
this city and has a host of friends
that he has retained since his boy
Sunday School 9:30 a m.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Junior League 2:30 p. m.
Senior League 6:00 p. m.
Public cordially invited.
Services Sunday morning by the
pastor. At the evening service Dr.
John W. Million, of Hardin college, j
Mexico, Mo., will deliver an address I
"Our School System and the Place
in it of the Denominational College-
All are cordially invited, and don't I
fail to hear Dr. Million.
Services Sunday 11 a. m. and
7 p.m. Sunday School at 9:45 a m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday 7
p. m.
Woman's Mission Society will
meet Friday 2:30 p. m. with Mrs.
Dora Hallock.
Rev. H. C Goodman, Rector.
Ember days, Wednesday 8am.'
and Friday 7:30 p. m.
Sunday, 4th in Advent, 7 am,
11am. and 7:30 p, m. I
Tuesday, Feast of S.
morning, 8 am.
The Rector extends a cordial in
vitation to all services.
Presiding Elder Rev. Nash
DeMoss Saturday and makes
health report. He says: The cir
cuit has over paid its pastor $12.
Miss Sadie Hagar Married.
The many friends of Mr. Horace not see work that has been 'idoctor
Perrinand Miss Sadie Hagar will ed" for the occasion; you will see
be surprised to learn that they the work that has been done in rf-
were married last night at 8 o'clock
in this city,
The bride is the very
milliner at Schott's store, where
she has been employed some time
She is a lady of fine character and
pleasing disposition, and enjoys the
high esteem of a large circle of
friends. She will remain with Mr
Schott the present season.
Mr. Perrin is one of the best
known young men in this section,
and is now engaged, as he has been
for several seasons past in the cot
ton business. He is an excellent
business man, of genial disposition,
and has a host of friends.
The Guard joins the friends of
these young people in wishing for
them a very prosperous life.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Perrin went
to Calico Rock this morning to
spend the day and will return here
tonight - Batesville (Ark) Guard.
Dee 3rd.
The above item of news will be
quite a surprise to the friends of
the bride in Winchester. She came
to this city from her home in Mon
roe City. Mo., trimming several sea
sons for Mrs. M L Smith. During
her stay here she formed the ac
quaintance and won the friendship
of many of our young people whose
best wishes go with her through
married life. - Winchester (111.)
Miss Sadie has proven herself tc
be a noble true woman and we
know that Horace Perrin has drawn
a prize in lues lottery. Congratu
Romantic Wedding.
Love once, love always.
again proven to be true.
C. F. Dierks, a merchant now of
this city, in his young manhood
met and loved pretty Miss R. B.
Graves. His affection was returned.
Then came the rift within the
lute and they separated, the lady
going east, he coming west
Then he met another girl and
gave his life into her keeping.
The years rolled on and when his
amily of boys and girls were near
ly grown the wife and mother
passed away.
Then again as time passed on the
heart turned back to the years gone
by and thoughts of the girl who
had never married came and with
the thoughts came the relighted
fires of love
Yesterday saw the consumation
Miss R. B. Graves, of Maryville
Ind, visited her niece, Mrs. W. F.
Conn, of 2 miles north of Shelbina
and there is where the hearts that
had never grown old or cold, once
more pledged their troth, this time
In sight of God and man, for life
Congratulations, for C. F. Dierks
is a good fellow and a good.business
Xmas Post Cards,-U M- Wcod. , i
To Patrons of Monroe City Public
We cordially invite all interested
in the work which is being done in
the Monroe City Public School to
visit us Tuesday afternoon, Dec 21.
School will be in regular session
aim uaaocg mil uc UUlllg tegular
work. The special feature will be
the display of the manual training,
sewing, drawing and written work
of the various grades. You will
: uiar class work since school opened
j j last September.
We want vou
to come make
yourselves at home and visit
classes if you wish to.
The manual training room will
contain the display work, and will
j be open for you to come and go at
your pleasure
Yours for the best schools,
Stock Company Formed.
N. A. Drescher formed a stock
comDany of twentv-two men. whn
this week- bought forty acres of
land from Miss Belle Johnson ad
joining the City of Monroe the
price paid for same was ten thous
and dollars, this ground was bought
for the purpose of building a new
addition to the City of Monroe and
is to be laid off in lots and blocks,
as soon as the weather will permit.
Below is a list of the stockholders:
Miss Belle Johnson, Dr. G. L. Tur
ner, J. S. Rutledge. R. S. McClintic,
W. B. Arnold. M. B. Proctor. C. A.
Hamilton. Dr. J. N. Southern, C. L.
Carpenter. R. Manning Walker, C. B.
Anderson. P. W. Huston. J. B. An
derson, Bert Bull. C. E. Gillam, J. J.
Rogers. J. G. Wade W. T. Rut
ledge, D. R. Campbell. J. T. Ura
stattd, Carl Jaeger.
Why Not in Monros?
At the Directors Meeting of the
American Saddle Horse Breeders
Association which met in Louis
ville. Ky.. Dee 2. it was voted that
the President, Gen. John B. Castle-
man, be sent to Mo., to address a
meeting of Mo. Saddle horse men.
H. A. Greenwell. of Lakenan an I
Dr. S. Maddox. of this city, were ap
pointed to fix the time and place
for same Through R. Jackson,
Mexico has asked for the meeting,
promising a royal entertainment
for all who attend. The committee
is considering Mexico, St. Louis and
Monroe City. Of course the place
furnishing the greatest inducement
will get the meeting.
It will be of great interest to
many people and would doubtle
,lcc0mnlish much Uood.
Then w'ly
1 - -
not get the meeting.
Royal Neighbor Election,
Last Saturday afternoon Monroe
Lodge of Royal Neighbors elected
the following officers for the ensuing
Mrs. Z. Leake, Oracle
Mrs. C. L Drescher, Vice Oracle
. Mrs. J. O. Cozad, Receiver
Mrs. Chas. Evans, Recorder
Mrs. Brown, Marshal
Mrs. S. Webster, Chaplain
Mrs. Swearengen. ' Outer
; Sentinel
Mrs. Sarah Morgan, Inner Sentinel '
These officers are to be installed
in January. v
Schraffts Candles. L M. Wood

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