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ChtWigo. y j,fl ll!i'ti;r.iiw'l T ipnitaw."rc 1 It nti 1uwu - FrmScciCorn. , . Why not , qoit raising "scrub" corn? :. Why oot jplaat .enough pure bredieed this mring to supply you .1. - opn . t ior ins miurei laerens as muca: difference between "scrub" corn and 1 pure bred com as there is between a "scrub" steer and a pure bred steer. Pure bred corn null produce .a much larger yield per acre than ordinary seed. Until further notice the Farmer and Breeder, published nt Columbia, Mo, will give away free a quart of pure bred own with every new subscription. A quart will plant a quarter of an acre asd give you all the pure seed you seed for future use. The Farmer and Breed er is a big monthly and costs .only 50c per year. It is published in the home of Missouri's great Agticul- i : r..n tuiai vAJiiVK" M4 every 133 uc is uuii of articles by Agricultural experts oa the raising of all kinds of Farm Crops, the Care and Feeding of tfxe Stock, Dairying. Fruit Growing Fertilizing the Soil. Poultry Raising and every other farm subject Any single issue is worth the price. Every ounce of this seed conn will be tested by seed experts before it is sent out You can have either a yellow or white variety. This .ad vertisement is appearing in hun dreds of newspapers and our sup ply of seed will soon be exhausted. o send or leave your subscription at once at the office of the Monroe City Democrat which will forward it to us. tf Many people think I only owe the DEMOCRAT one dollar and that is not much, so they neglect to pay same. They forget that there are hundreds of others doing the same thing and are thus keeping us out of hundreds of dollars which be longs to us and which we need very much. Please pay at once. 8 Roll in a dollar and let us send the Democrat to some friend. Call E. Y. When you want your sales cried and want Col W T. Youell, call up Elbert Yates at the F. & M. Bank and he will give you dates. Re member and call E. Y. ( i - For Sale Boone Co. White Seed Cora raised in breeding plot $100 per bushel W. P. 1XWLITTLE, WomJtond. Mo. - Rocolvor's Sato V.TT7'T7T BF.rOKEIatkama11fHi IX l-i V dfx .kll.hlaa tadm hT w t MB neb bargain. W Mini .vsry family should own ft standard World Htntory, for by know In hnwoth.roountriM than ours ars BOTOrnrd.lt frlvM as bottor knowlsdit luid blgh.r .ppm-la. turn of our own systsm f ovsmmsus sad makos us bHItr olUssns. e for yourwlf nd make your own deolelon ftr you hT Mn the beautiful binding, the meffnlfl emit lllaetimtlone and hare md part of tbie tfreat Blitory of man on earth. Then you oan dMlde. Tm Mnet oblltratUii to at or any one eleo We will b sins' to 1to too u opportunity to by maklnir tUlo requeet,you Imply ak rer a IVe examination In your own home without paylug TP nor one any in i tiff, ana ramtmngr yon cn muu vu books DacK at our expenee, ana remfjuioor, ttile bankrupt rock-bottom prioe of $3S.M for tm iw ihj i,iorary na oeen made powlble only on Account of the failure of the Union Book i;o.tbiie nocesa.- ale at a prioe which barely CO Tern ooil iow one-way Second-Class Colonist Rates by the "Katy" T&kats on sale March 1, 1910, to AfKll 15,1910, to Arizona California Colorado 2daho .Mexico Jttontana Jsferada Hew Mexico Oteegon Utah Washington Wytttning See Agent for par ticulars or address W. S. ST. GEORGE G. P. and T. A, M.. St Louis, Mo. . i K. and T. Ry. 6 Beautiful Teaspoons Free. FARM PROGRESS of St Louis. iMou, the biggest and best semi monthly farm and agricultural pa per printed in the United States, offers to send six beautiful tea spoons to anyone who sends 25 cents for a one-year subscription or one dozen spoons for a two-year ! subscription at 50 cents. The spoons are six inches in length and are made of solid silveroid (Pure White Metal), which will not tarn ish and in ordinary use will last for years. The edges are handsomely beaded after the design of the most expensive spoons made and in ev ery way will prove valuable to the household,, v If you are at present a subscriber and wish' to take advaiv tage of this offer . your subscription will be extended. .Tell your friends and neighbors about (his generous offer. Address all orders to FARM PROGRESS.St: Louis. Ma ' W. K. Bxamblet, of this city, has rented the residence property he rer' cently purchased from John Owen, to A. Victor Ely. the county survey or. Mr. Ely will move to this city the . first of March. We extend them a hearty welcome. Ralls M?mm?s WEEKLYMA'(?AINE I fj. I .Ji .U THE GREAT PROGRESSIVE WEEKLY There are many reasons why you ; : should read what it ;aaya 52 times VT- 7- j eacn year, it is iree, 10 ten tne j - truth. It will oppose the encroach-; ment of special priyileges upon the people's rights. It will call the roll on public men and measures and inform you how your congressmen work and vote. It will criticise the i executive branch ' f , government from the highest to the lowest, if in ; on his place at noon Friday. He its judgment the people's interests i died two hours later from the ef arenot protected. It will spread j fects of his injuries. ' ' the gospel of ideal . home life j Mr. Young had just hauled in a through the Women's Department, j load of corn and was unhitching It will be.conservative when good things are to be conserved, and rad ical when bad things are to be ex posed. SENATOR RM LA FOLLETTE EDITOK Price $1.00 a Year You can get the magazine and the Monroe City Democrat BOTH ONE YEAR For $1.60 In Advance SEND IN YOUR ORDER TO lie Hoiree City Dewat And Not To La Follette's WEEKLY MAGAZINE A New and Interesting Book. We are in receipt of an unusually attractive circular annonncing a very unusual book - The Stark Year Book for 1910"- which is now being sent out by Stark Bro's Nur series & Orchards Co., the famous nurseymen of Louisiana, Mo. The book contains 116 pages. 32 of which are four-color process repro ductions of fruit in nature's own colors - the . most natural, like-to- nature illustrations we have ever seen. The other 84 pages are de voted to the full descriptions and prices of the various fruit trees, shade trees, ornamentals, vines. plants, roses, small fruit plants, etc., grown by Stark Bro's.,. Any of our readers who are plan ning to plant a home orchard or to increase the beauty of their borne grounds by planting shrubery, roses or other plants this spring. , should by all means, send for "Stark Book for 1910." It really is is a remark able volume one you wiU thor oughly enjoy looking through be cause of its exceeding beauty and one you will find very practical and helpful ; Stark Bro's have ad vised us they will send this beauti ful book to anyone interested, on receipt of 7 cents to cover postage. Address them at Louisiana. Mo. A , Year in College. ' $250 cash or a year in College can be easily earned by one young man or one young lady in each county in the United States. Plan easy and does not interfere, with other employment State name q institution you wish ,to attend. No money , required. For , particulars address M. H. Pemberton, Colum bia. Mo. . For Sale -An International Dic tionary in good : condition. A bar gain if taken soon. Call at Demo crat office Mound City Horse Shoe Brand House Paint goes fartherest wears longer, looks best L M. WOOD. - tf Davenport & Mahan make Farm Loans on best terms. Dr. Horcback Oculist and Auriat sss Mfitf'TJnl'Sa thslr bills to me now while t have a saw mill on my Clear farm) in Kalis County, and am opening up one of the best tracts of timber In Northeast Missouri. Anyone wishing lumber soon should send insic bins to me nnw-wniie ruutnir iocs to length. A. S. J A YNE, Monroe City, Mo. tj C l alr The tTp-To-Date Auctioneer. f. riM Xk' . UiiJkiMul 3 1 lntl,,n irltion all 1 All f ulr la . , u .... . ...... ... Kive me a trial Headciuarters at Democrat omce Zack Young Killed. Zack Young, a prominent' farmer residing three miles northwest of Palmyra, near bridge, was run the Philadelphia over by a wagon his team, when one of the horses became frightened and, in some manner, the unfortunate man fell, the wheels of the heavily loaded vehicle passing over his body. He was picked up and carried into the house and Dr. Jaudon and Dr. Stone, of Palmyra, were sum moned. They responded promptly, but Mr. Young died about twenty minutes after they reached the res idence. Deceased was 60 years of age and was highly esteemed by all who knew him. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife and two sons. The funeral will be held Sunday. Hannibal Journal. For many years Mr. Young re sided near this city and was highly respected as a man and citizen His many friends here' were made sad by his untimely death. Domesticating Squirrels. F. L Osborn, north of town, has a gang of nine squirrels living about his farm this winter. They go into the barn and get corn whenever they want it if Mr. Osborn forgets to leave some outside for them. They will carry an ear of corn of the ordinary size, up a tree and make a meal, or several meals upon it They frequently come in the yard and play in the small ever green trees. Mr. Mr. Osborn's dog has learned that he is not to bother them and they have the right of way at the Osborn place. They house themselves in hollow trees in the pasture near the barn. Mr.i Osborn is clearing the timber off this piece of ground, but the homes of the squirrels will be respected! and left standing. The little ani mals are also carefully guarded and woe to the miscreant who would bother them; he'd get the limit and that'd be nothing more than would be coming to him. Shelbina Torch light A Giant Radish From Japan. The February issue of The Fruit- Grower, published at St Joseph1. Missouri, is an Annual Gardening number, and comprises eighty pages and cover. It contains a number of interesting articles on the subject of spraying, marketing and packing of fruits, in addition to a mass of interesting data on the subject of gardening. One of the main features is the story telling how readers of The Fruit-Grower raised the Giant Radr ish from Japan, Sakurajima, to an enormous size, some of the radishes weighing as much as twenty-three pounds. The article in question is profuse-1 ly illustrated and gives reports from' a .pumber of readers who have grown real giants of this giant rad ish. Sample copiesf The Frnit G rower will be sent iree to our readers, who will write to the pub lishers and ask for them. J. A. Spalding, of Hunnewell spent part of the week with his son. W. B. Spalding. FOR SALE The Eagan grist McNutt M D Office over Wood' Drug Store, rnone nr. DR. J. H. SOUTHERN, Physician and Surreoo. Office over Borers A Thompson's store. Telephones: Residence F. A M. 140. Bel 15!. Office: Hell 56. R. 8. McCLINTIC LAW'YKK Oflii- ovi-i .V i ii n hi City Hank :. .nr.. . itv M.i. Dr. J. D. COBEE Osteopathic ' Physician Mllii-e: I rnohM- Building .'t! i u- Ci , Mo Phone P & M No. 195 Farmers and Merchants Eani Monroe City Mo Capital $25,000 Surplus $35,000. Officers: Wm R Yatee, Pres H W Ely, Vice-Pre W R P Jackson, Cashier Directors: W A Yates 3. W Ely P H Hagan W R P Jackson John Shearman A Boulware John A Yates J II Robinson W W Longmlre Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold. New business desired and unex celled Facilities offered. Tj&WELEl mmmm aire 111 txarni II., Ctkago. Meriwether & Meriwether, Attorneys at Law Will practice in all court. No tary Pub In offloe. DR. JAUSS R. HULL Monroe City, Mo. Office and Residence Monroe Hospital Office hours 1 to 6 p. m. Both Phones. W. T. Kl-ti.kdok. Dentist The t.vlrfr of kolbpeolalty. Office In R.:iln.L block, over Variety Store. Telephone M. DR. U. S. SMITH. 109 S. ifaln rianalbaJ, flo. Practice Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. N. A. DRESCHER, The Land Man Buys, Sells or Exchanges Lands No matter where located. Office over F. & M. Bank. W.T. YOUEI1 Licensed Auctioneer MONROE CITY, MO Satisfaction Guaranteed -J : ; R.L.BUELL, Fhyslolan and Surgeon. Calls promptly answered Office: Elliott's Livery Barn. J. R. B. Kidd, Auctioneer, , Cries sales anywhere. Special at tention given" live stock tales. F. & M. Phone 242. Headquarters Monroe City Bank. J.T.LEE LICENSED AUCTIONEER. WiU ery sales in Marion, Monroe, Ralls and Shelby counties. V. B. A. County Times.