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let us all strive to make this the best year in the history of Monroe
Chapter House Should be Built in
Monroe City Four Members
Here Now.
We now have 4 members of The
American Woman's League in Mon
roe City, as follows:
Mrs. Rebe Bryan, R. F. D. No. 6.
Mrs. E. F. Tompkins, Box 536.
Mrs. Mattie H. Grady.
Miss Belle Johnson.
If the ladies of this community
would only stop to consider the
many advantages of the League in
addition to the beautiful Chapter
House, we will have built for us, as
soon as we have 40 members, we
would soon have enough members
to entitle us to the Chapter House,
valued at $2,500.00.
Men work most effectively when
they work to a definite purpose.
This is an opportunity for the ladies.
Here is a proposition which makes
all the magazine subscriptions in
Monroe City count on the Chapter
House. All we pay for is the mag
azines for that we get magazines.
The Chapter House and all the rest
is our premium,
Frankly -you do not understand
the plan, do you? You are willing
to? You agree that the building
would be nice to have? Why? It
would be a ,'pleasarit place to go
evenings.', . The concerts, the music,
.1 1 . , 1 1 .
me eaucauouai ana social opportu
nities - isn't this worth while? Yon
are not a5ked'td donate to this
cause; "Tlte" money" is" ready and
will. be sent here to be spent just as
soon as 25 mem'-ers have complet
ed .the membership ., requirements
The plan is much the same as life
1 insurance. The magazines pay the
All Monroe City friends should
send every possible subscription
through the Democrat or other
, friends here. .Make every subscrip'
tion help build the Chapter House
The Magazine business is being
systematized by the American
. Woman's League. Publishers have
been scrambling for subscriptions,
and giving all sorts of premiums.
Ihe wasteful traveling agent and
the worse premium plan are being
given up. Instead, the League
through its members, gets the sub
scriptions and the commissions that
would ordinarily be waste are de
voted by the League to the build
ing and upkeep of a People's Uni
versity at university Uty, and
beautiful Uhapter nouses all over
the United States.
Ihe r'eoples university a year
ago was only a dream. The League
is only fourteen months old. Today,
the first of the six great building of
tne University, the Academy of Fine
Arts, is built and occupied. The
cost of this beautiful building alone
is over $125,000.
The People's University is giving
instruction by correspondence to
thousands. Sixty-eight complete
lessons - by mail courses, embrac
ing over two hundred separate sub
jects are now ready. Members may
,take as . many of these courses as
they desire. The minor children of
all members are also welcome to
take any. course desired.. Think of
this great opportunity to educate
. your children at no cost to you
whatever, except the bare coat of
1 nf mnoarla far aonrlind nn tth Iacqati
papers to be corrected.
A booklet on the courses now
ready may be had on request at the
Democrat office, or you may write;
direct to the People's University,'
Universi y Ci y St Louis. Mo., for,
any detailed information,
Among the conrses which arei
given free to all members of the'
Licaguc, may uc iiictitiuiicu. x tour
er's Courses, Arithmetic, Agricul
ture, Journalism, Bookkeeping, Ste
nography, Home Economics, Draw
ing, Sculpture, Art, Embroidery,
Dressmaking, Music, Photography,
Jewelry, Engraving and Designing,
Penmanship, Ceramics, Leather
Work. Short Story Writing, Busi
ness Course, Millinery, etc.
Remember All we pay for is the
Magazines. For that we get the
magazines. The Chapter House and
all the rest is our premium.
Send your application in now to
the Democrat office or write direct
to the Editor of the American Wom
an's League, University City, St.
Louis Mo.
Samuel Pepper.
Was born in Marion County, Mo ,
Oct 8,1833. Died Feb. 25. 1910.
after an illness of several months.
Age 76 years, 4 months, 17 days.
He was married to Melinda
Gullet Aug. 6. 1858. To them were
borri five children, three of whom
died in childhood. The wife and
two sons, Enoch A.' and Edwin L..
survive him.
His home for many years had
been near Warren. His was a quiet
home life, a good friend, citizen,
neighbor, father, husband.
The funeral services ' were con
ducted by Rev. Laughlin from the
family residence and interment in
the beautiful "City of the dead" of
Andrew Chapel. The Lord heal
the stricken one.
Mark C. Thomas died Feb. 24,
1910, at the home of his mother in
Ralls County, aged 55 years.
Death was due to pneumonia.
He leaves to mourn his departure
an aged mother, three brothers and
four sisters and many friends.
Funeral services took place at
Brush Creek Catholic church Fri
day by Fr. John Connolly.
Mrs. Ellen Evans Wfiitchurch
died at her home in Lincoln, Mo.
She was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. L Evans of this city, and
was married to W. C. Whitchurch
two years ago.
The remains will be brought to
Monroe City for burial. The time
of the funeral services have not
yet been learned at time of going
to press.
Wolf Hunt.
Tuesday 8, 9 a. m.
The farmers of northeast of the
city are organizing a big wolf hunt
to be pulled off next Tuesday morn
ing and cordially extend an invita
tion to every one who cares to take
part in it.
The hunt is to cover a territory
4 miles square with the J. D.
Bradmeyer iarm as tne center or
closing in ground.
' If you have a gun and love sport
join the boys at the Stone School or
other points where they will make
the start for the drive and work to
the center.
.Good Pure cleaned timothy seed
at M. Landers.
Pof Ftrmer9 and pef
Cremoline Dip. L M. Wood.
When you figure on a sale and
wtnt 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
Pure blood White Wyandotte
Cockerels for sale. Mrs. F. H
For Seed Oats-See J. W. Rouse
Timothy Seed.
About 75 bushel good, pure tim
othy seed. Apply to Henry Green.
R. I. Red Cockerels for sale
Large healthy farm raised birds of
good breeding. Cottage across
street south of public school.
Mrs. Charles Curtis.
R. I. Red cockerels and White
Wyandottes for sale. Mrs. J. S
Corn For Sale About 250 bush
els good snapped corn. See Wm
Madden, 2 miles north of Monroe
or write Ed L. Green 615 Hamp
shire St. Quincy, 111.
For Sale Texas Red Oats, made
42 1-2 bushels to acre, weigh 36
lbs to bushel. J. A. FRY. Route 1
or F. & M. 'Phone, Indian Creek.
For Sale-Texas Red Seed Oats.
-JOHN L LAKE. ' 3-3
Pratt's Stock and Poultry Food
now in. aoutnern & bpaiding
FOR SALE 65 bushel mixed
clover and timothy seed, also 18 bu,
pure clover seed. D. Ettner, 1 mile
east of Hassard. 3-3
FOR SALE Cedar posts. Ad
dress A, O. Spalding, Huntington. 2t
Farmers cannot be too careful in
selecting seed corn. Don't think
that just because an ear is good
looking that it is good seed. Test
grains from every ear of corn you
plant. Test at once.
Good, pure, cleaned timothy seed
at M Landers: 3-24.
Several pair good 3 and 4 year
old mules for sale. Harry A Mc
Clintic. 3-24.
For Sale -A good cheap work
nag. Edward Longmire. 3-10
Hay for sale. I. L. Owen. 3-10
One more chance to buy my farm
of 174 acres at bargain prices. This
will only hold good until April 1.
1910. See me and get price and
terms. Extra good. This is the
John H. Elzea farm. Phone E. Q.
Studebaker. R. F. D. No. 2.
Wanted 7 or 8 good 2-year old
steers, dehorned. R. M. WALKER.
For Sale 3 span coming 3-year
old mules. 1 span coming 3-year
old draft geldings. A few spans
good brood mares. Madden Bros.
John Lisle has sold his fine sec
tion of land 3 miles northwest of
Warren to, a Mr. Carlisle of Emden
This is a very fine farrn.
For Sale.
2 span coming 3-year old mules.
Hogs sold at $10.00 on the East
St Louis market Tuesday. This is
the highest ever sold Ton that mar-
ket. !
T J Yates bought 11 cattle from-
Markam Bros, 4 from JohnO Wood I
from George Yates, cow and calf ,
from Elliott & Yates,
John L Owen sent 8 cattle for
the Hannibal market Tuesday. He
has bought 4 from Whitney Wat
son, 2 from Dick Watson, 1 from
J. O. Gilson.
Market Report.
For Wednesday before date of
Cattle. $4.00 a 6.00
Hogs Heavy 8.00(38.50
Hogs Light 8.00
Sheep. 5.00. 650
Lambs. 5.00(36.50
Hens 13c
Spring chickens pound and
quarter and over 1 1-2 ' 12c
Old Roosters 06c
Ducks 11c
Turkey Hens 17c
Young Toms
Guineas, each--- 17c
Eggs-. :
: 15c
Tallow. 04c
Butter.. 18c
Green Hides. 08c
New Corn 62t
Wheat No. 2 UQJ
Oats. 42c
Hay...., $12.00
Baled nay...., $14.00
Shipments for the week. Hender
son-Morris Produce Co. 1 car' poul
try, 2 cars eggs: T J Yates 1 car
hogs; McFarland Bro3 1 car flour,
Total 5 cars.
Will Debate.
The Paris and Monroe City High
School will on Friday, April 1st, de
bate the question:
Resoved, That foreign immigra
tion should be further restricted.
The debate will be at the Monroe
City opera house. The Monroe City
High School has the affirmative of
the question. This is an event
which should not be missed by any
one. It will pay you to be there.
Misses Alice Harrison and Evoda
Gentry and Leslie Bell will do the
honors for the Monroe High School.
Married. .,
On Wednesday Feb. 23, Roy Bird
sell and Miss Nettie N. Wilson,
both of McComb, Illinois came to
this city to be married, and were
directed by J. S. Scott to 'the study
of Rev. B. D. Weeks, but the minis
ter was out. While pondering what
to do, Dr. G.' L Turner directed
them to his office and went on the
hunt of Mr. Weeks. He was soon
found, and the wedding took place
in Dr. Turner's office.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Marck C. Thomas de
ceased will present them to the un
signed for settlement by April 1st
1910 and persons indebted to him
will settle with me,
F. E. Thomas, in charge of Estate.
Meriwether &. Meriwether,
Attys. for Estate.
Del Hagar sends a dollar for the
Democrat to 191 1 and say6: Peo
ple here have planted garden and
begun to farm, ui course 1 am
among the list, as you know I was
always an early bird. Del has
many friends here who wish him
much success in his Texas home.
Pratts Sheep Dip. The
made. Southern &. Spalding,'.
(Win the
Denont: '
This Column Closes Promptly at 9
a. m. Each Wednesday.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:15 p. m.
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Junior League 2:30 p. m.
Senior League 6:15 p. m.
Public cordially invited.
The meetings now in progress
are largely attended and a deep in
terest is seen in every service; sev
eral have been added to the church.
The revival is resulting in a quick
ened spirituality; perhaps the great
est visible result is this: The church
has advanced from half time to full
time preaching.
Sunday School 9:45 a ni. This
work is growing in interest, 86 in
attendance last Sunday. We want
100 next Sunday and. make that
the greatest day in the history of
the church.
Come with us and we will do
thee good.
Rev. H. C. Goodman. Rector.
St. Jude's church services for
next Sunday.
'. Mid-Lent will be Sunday morn
ing 1 1 o'clock. No evening service.
Regular services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. 'Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Hereafter until further notice all
evening services will be at 7:30.
Services as usual Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School
9:45 a. m. and B. Y. P. U. at 6:30
p. m.
The pastor is conducting a study
class. "Training for church mem
bership," which is proving interest
ing and profitable.
Two candidates are approved for
baptism. A revival spirit prevails
in the regular services. Offering to
Home missions much larger than in
former years. You are cordially
invited to worship with us.
Rev. W. E. Reavis who has been
called as pastor, will be here Sun
day and preach morning and even
ing. Everybody invited.
At the meeting Tuesday eveniug
Mrs. Kate Rouse was elected dele
gate and Mrs. Laura Emerson al
ternate, to the State Rehekah As
sembly which meets at Columbia
in May.
It is requested that all members
be present for a social hour next
Tuesday evening. Be there.
Electric Theatre.
O. R. Emerson and R. A. Kirby
have leased the Smith building on
North Main street and are fitting it
up for an electric theatre. They are
going to put in good seats and put
on good entertaining pictures.
Dr. and Mrs. Buell have moved
to the property on Third Street
formerly occupied by Mrs. Laura
Boulware and Mrs. Boulware ha3
I moved to the property recently
purchased of Mrs. M. B. Carson oa
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