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Volume XXV.
Monroe City, Mo., Octobsp. 3, 1912.
Number 28.
Patronize the ilerliaintg
Of Farmers, For Farmers and ,
Pertaining to Farmers. j
James McClintic shipped in from j
Kansas 3 cars of feeders. J. H. Mc- i
Clintic got 2 cars and Carroll Jack
son 1 car.
Charley Hoar shipped a car of
fat cattle of his own feeding from
Hunnewell, Tuesday.
A Farmers Institute.
Farmers, if we are to have a
Farmers Institute here this year
something must be done and that
at once as soon the dates will all
be taken. Don't wait for some one
else to take up the work but do so
yourself. Last year the Democrat
handled all the preliminaries. This
year we want you to have your say.
If you want the Institute, the Dem
ocrat will gladly do all it can toward
making it a success. If you do not
want a meeting this year all you
have to do is to remain quiet and
the meeting will not be forced on
you. The meeting- last year was a
successful one and we believe much
good for the cause of farming was
accomplished. What do you say.
The question is now up to you, Mr.
Market Reoort.
For Wednesday before date of
Hogs .$6.25 to 8.00
Sheep 3.00 to 4.00
Lambs 3.50 to 5.50
Cattle 40 to 9.00
Hens- lOh
Spring chickens 1 1-2 to 101c
2 1-2 pounds
Old Roosters 05c
Ducks 09c
Turkey Hens 10c
Young Toms 8c
Toms.. 08c
Guineas, each 17c
Geese. 06c
Eggs..,- 21c
Tallow. 04c
Butter..-. 19c
Green Hides. 10c
Corn- 60c
Wheat No. 2 1.00
Oats ..27 to 28c
Hay $7.00 to $8.00
Baled tiay $8.50 to 10.00
Shipments for the week: Hagan
Bros. 2 cars cattle; Joseph Frye 1
car cattle; Lambert Buckman 1 car
cattle: T J Yates 1 car hogs; Hen -
derson &. Sons Produce Co. 2 cars
eggs and 1 car poultry; Monroe Coal
& Grain Co. 1 car oats. 2 cars corn,
2 cars hay; McFarland Bros. 1 car
flour. Total 14 cars.
Wednesday evening of last week
J. L. Lyon, the well known Burling
ton agent, was in his usual health.
Thursday morning local physicians
were called in and they deemed an
operation necessary so he was taken
to Quincy on the "Dude" that morn
ing. He was relieved of his suffer -ing
and is now resting comfortably
in Blessing Hospital in Quincy. It
is thought that the operation will
be performed Thursday, Oct. 10.
tie is suffering with a complicatio n
of troubles. His many friends her e
hope that he will be with us agai n
in a short time. During his absence
George Chipman is the acting agen t
at the Burlington.
The M S. H. Class of the Metho
dist Sunday School will sell home
made candy at Southern & Spald
ing's drug store next Saturday.
Under Single Tax taxing only land and franchises
the millionaire's bonds, stocks, money, notes and mort
gages will go free. His mansion will not be taxed a cent,
bis office building will go free, as will his automobiles
and everything else he owns except the ground he may
happen to possess.
The man who makes his living out of a farm or gar
den will be taxed for every Inch of it and taxed heavily,
tor the land will have to absorb the extra burden now
carried by personal property. Does that look fair?
The Single Taxers propose to saddle that kind of a
law on Missouri at the election Nov. ,5. If you are against
it vote "No" on the constitutional amendment and scratch
"Yes." , . , ,. ., .,'
Interesting News Concerning the
Different Denominations.
A Boost for Telephone Girls.
If a man is really looking for a
wife instead of a social butterfly,
an heiress or a chorus girl, we
heartily recommend for his consid
eration a telephone girl. For even
temper, patience, promptness and
meekness, telephone girls have the
world beaten. They are girls with
practical ideas and common sense;
they are girls who will help you
save your money and make you an
all-round housewife. We have never
seen one that wasn't neat and clean,
and they would very probably be
the most orderly housekeepers you
could get. And one of their great
est virtues is their ability to con
trol their tongues. They are accus
tomed to being quarreled at and :
bemeaned, yet they are not moved
to an outburst thereby. We know
they are sometimes imposed upon
and are seldom rated at their true
worth. If you are in need of a
good wife, get a telephone girl.
Howard County News.
Cards announcing the wedding of
Miss Mary Katherine Henderson
and Cecil Proctor Forsythe, are out.
The wedding will take place at the ;
Christian church at 9 o'clock Wed-!
nesday, Oct. 9. The bi ide is one of
Monroe's most excellent young
women. The groom was reared in
this city but is now editor of an
Oklahoma City newspaper He is a
splendid young man. . The Demo
crat extends best wishes.
Lyle Burnett is Honored.
Lyle EurnetVfocroorly in the lab
oratory of the cement plant here, is
now assistant chief in the Bureau
of chemistry at Washington City.
The chief has gone to California,
and in his absence Lyle is acting
chief. This is a good showing for a
Missouri boy, as Lyle is only 27
years old. He is a son of Joe
Burnett, editor New London Record.
Farmers are busy.
Mrs. J. S. Elzea is a Shelbina
W.'Uiim Wood went to Hannibal
Miss Mildred Buell spent Tuesday
in Quincy.
Mr. S. M. Jordon. "The Corn
Man," formerly of Columbia but
now at Sedelia. announces publicly
that he is strongly against Single
Tax even if the Taxation League
have his name on their letterheads.
Mr. Jordan says: "Confiscation of
land ownership and repudiation of
our obligations are the fundamental
principles behind Single Tax."
Have the Democrat to do that
printing you need.
Miss Martha Hunter, of Benton
is visiting friends here.
Mrs. Mattie Head rick is here from
Stoutsville visiting friends.
Robt. Meriwether was a profess
ional visitor at Perry, Saturday.
Monroe City has quite a delega
tion in Sedalia attending the State
The following Monroe City people I
are attending the Monroe Associa
tion at Mt. Prairie Baptist Church:
Dr. J. W. Smith and wife, C. Grider
and wife, John Umstattd and wife,
Mesdames A. B. Vaughn and J. B.
Headrick, Misses Annie Fields, Mary
Jones and Vallie Utterback and
John D. Utterback.
Isadore Thomas and wife spent
part of the weeK.with Quincy relatives.
S. A. Burch and bonny bride,
Miss Lula Hay den, are pleasantly
located at Kansas City. They stold
a march on their friends here, went
to Palmyra and were married, then
to Kansas City did go. They are
excellent young people and their
friends will excuse them this time
and all wish them great success
and happiness.
T. V. Bodine of the Paris Mercu
ry, is a member of the Advisory
Committee on Publicity of the Na
tional Democratic Committee. A
good man for the place.
A. H. and Miss Lena Donley were
called to Shelbina, Monday by the
death of their nephew, Bates White.
Mr. White died of typhoid fever.
He leaves a wife and many friends
to mourn his untimely death.
W. L. Garver a Socialist, made a
lengthy speech at the opera house
Wednesday evening to a large and
attentive audience. He is a good
speaker and is fully acquainted
with his subject.
An old lady and gentleman were
taking their first trip on the steam
cars. She held her breath while
crossing a trestle, and then, turning
to her husband, exclaimed in a high
"Thank God, Ezra, we've lit."
Elbert Yates came in yesterday
from Harlingen, Tex., to visit with
his family.
Mesdames A. S. Maddox and
Anna Davis spent part of the week
at Shelbyville.
Miss Lillian McNutt who is teach
ing near Perry spent Saturday and
Sunday with her parents.
Bert Whitten and wife are visit
ing friends at Pittsfield and other
points in Illinois.
B. P. Rutledge and wife, of Clar
ence spent part of the week with
relatives in Monroe.
Miss Mary Porter returned to her
home at Marceline, Monday after
a visit with friends at Ely.
. Miss Olivia Brown underwent an
operation for appendicitis Wednes
day of last week and is on the road
to health.
The Ladies Missionary Society of
the Methodist church will meet
with Mrs. J. W. Cox next Friday
J. B. McClintic came in Monday
from Selkirk, Kan., to visit old
friends here and look after business
This Column Closes Promptly at
9 A. M. Each Wednesday.
Rev. J. W. Smith is attending the
Monroe County Association in ses
sion at Mt. Prairie Church near
At the recent session of the St.
Louis conference Rev. Paul H. Linn
was returned to Scruggs Memorial
First Church. Rev. S. H. Wain
wright goes as a Missionary to
Japan. Dr. W. F. McMurry is Sec
retary of the Board of Church Ex
tension. ,
Rev. Charles A. Eaton, Rector.
The Eighteenth Sunday after
7 a. m. The Holy Communion .
10:45 a. m. The Holy Communion
and Sermon. Subject: "Character
Building." 7:30 p. m. Evensong and
On next Monday. The Most
Reverend D. S. Tuttle, D. D. D.
C. L. L. L. I., Presiding Bishop of
the American Church, and Bishop
of Missouri, will preach and admin
ister the Apostolic Rite of the
"Laying on of Hands." The service
will commence at 7:30 p. m.
The public cordially invited to
hear the venerable Bishop of Mis
souri preach.
Sabbath Bible School 9:45.
The pastor will preach next Sab
bath at 1 1 o'clock a. m. and 7:30
p. m.
The Woman's Missionary Society
will meet on Friday at 3 p. m. with
Mrs. Susie Nash. Leader: Miss Mary
Jones. Study topic "The Philippine
Islands." A good attendance is de
sired. DR. J. W. SMITH.
Jasper Henderson is in Louis
ville, Ky., attending the National
Poultry Association. Henderson &.
Sons believe in keeping in the front
rank of poultry dealers and are in
the big poultry shippers list.
Hagan Bros, shipped 2 cars of
cattle; Joe Frye 1 car of cattle:
Lambert Buckman 1 car cattle.
These cattle were all fed by the sev
eral shippers and were good stuff.
Robert Greeves in company with
several others from Perry and New
London has gone to Judith Basin,
Mont., to take a look at that part
of the country.
Morris Mulvihill came up yester
day from Ilasco. In company with
John W. White he will go to Excel
sior Springs today.
Marion Abbott and wife returned
yesterday to St. Louis. Mr. Abbott
was to go on his run as mail clerk
yesterday afternoon.
'The Auto Bandits of Paris" a
thrilling story of crime. A 4 reel
moving picture show at the Gem
Thursday Oct. 31.
George Williamson has retnrned
to his home at Tulsa, Okla. Mrs.
Williamson will remain here for
some time.
Mrs. Hattie Stephens came in
Tuesday from a visit with her chil
dren in Kansas and Oklahoma.
See Camille in moving pictures
at the Gem, Friday, Oct. 18 4 reels
for only 5c and 10c
Mrs. R. A. Ogle, of Chicago is
visiting her parents, Mr. aud Mrs.
D. A. Elv.

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