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extravagance: v:ll crcr t UNLESS YOU PUT IT INTO the: Friends are few. Those so-called fair-weather friends who borrow your money are in the same class with the schemer who tries to get you to invest it in wild-cat enterprises. The temptation to spend your money while you have it in YOUR POGKET is very great. YOUR MONEY is your " best friend." When it is in our bank it is SAFE. No one wants his bank balance to grow smaller. Make OUR bank YOUR bank Farmers & Merchants Bank MONROE GITY, MISSOURI 'XHAUTAUQUA" Means These Three Things Which Interests You? Mod- S. What The Missouri Editors Are Saying A System of Home Reading Definite results from the use of spare minutes, ern European Year now current. Ask for C. L. Quarterly. A Vacation School Competent Instruction. Fourteen Departments. Over 2500 enrollments yearly. The best environments for study. Notable lectures. Expenses moderate. July and August. Ask for Summer School Catalog. A Summer City In the Woods All conveniences of living, the pure charm of nature, and advantages for culture that are famed throughout the world. Organized sports, both aquatic and on the land. Professional men's clubs. Women's con ferences. Great lectures and recitals. July and Augusst. Ask for Assembly Program. Chautauqua Institution Chautauqua, N. Y. THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. .", 5RMS $1.00 PER YEaR Watered at the Postotflce at Monroe City Missouri, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1913 JOB PRINTING. If ycu want posters, If you want sale bills, If you want circulars. If you want envelopes, If you want bill heads, If you want price lists, If you want statements, If you want not heads, li v u want letter heads. Ii you want address cards. Ii u wnnt invitation raid', If you want pain i h lets or books, If you want any kind of prilling done, call at the Democrat office, : Money to loan in any amount Office over Wood's Drug Store, tf. A. S. JAYNE. S G Dpmpree "teTipd the En campment branch of the Odd Fel lows meeting at Hannibal Friday evening and reports a pleasant visit. Dnvenport &. Mphsu fake Farm Loans on best terms tf. Missouri Is Always Helped. There is no snow but that it does a service to grand old Missouri. Lathrop Monitor. Will Have a Breach-of-promise Case. If the powers now advise Turkey to yield to the allies' demands won't the sultan have cause of action for breach-of-promise? Moberly Moni tor. The Country Would Have a Rest. ; If the cabinet makers would f.'o ,iiiiy ai.d keep .till for a while tl.e : country would gt't a much-needed ! rest and Wood row Wilson a little quiet breathing spell in which to go ' abend and select the men he really ; wants. Bethany Democrat. Will Make It Tough for Wickie. Wickersham is going to begin new suits against the hard coal trust. If he isn t careful he may leave a suit pending that his Dem ocratic successor may make mighty em harassing for the coal trust. Atchison County Mail. And the Sun Shone Brightly. At exactly 13 o'clock and 13 min utes on January 13. 1913, the sun began to shine out more brightly and the weather began to turn warmer. Wonder if Missouri's new governor, Elliott W. Major, had something to do with it-Raven wood Gazette. And It Is Appreciated. Now that it has snowed and turned cold a new form has been given to the small talk of the couu try. Woodrow Wilson's cabinet and the boxing bouts have grown stale, I but a six inch snow . is nothing for I any body to sneeze at. Bethany ! Democrat. j Was One of Tecthy's Men. ' When we realize that Judge Pol- i lock, who has aroused the people of Kansas and Missouri by favoring a natural gas corporation, was an ap pointee of Roosevelt, it is easier to understand why the latter is for the recall of judges. Remorse often acts that way. St. Louis Times. Good Advice From Dray. We have a few young men who seem to think it makes them manly and noble to make themselves ap pear tough. If you are tough, peo ple will find it out without any ef fort on your part It is just as easy to be a gentleman and hold the re spect of the community in which you live. Savannah Democrat. One of the Trust Reasons. Now we know the principle upon wnich our tariffs have been levied, so far as women's dress goods are concerned. If women want any thing," said a Connecticut silk raaa ufacturer, "they will pay any price they're asked to get it " That is a nut reason why the tariff ou silks should not be cut down, isn t it? St. Louis Republic. Did You Ever Spend a Winter In the South? J. K. U. 1UUL, Licensed Auctioneer. Satisfaction guaranteed. Will go any where. Monroe City, Missouri. Did you ever visit the many de lightful resorts along the Gulf Coast? Did you ever go motoring along the Florida beaches? Did you ever go touring through scenic Cuba? Have you ever enjoyed the many delists of a trip through Southern Texas? Have you ever traveled through Old Mexico when; the cold northern winter is turned to balmy summer? DR. J. S. HOWELL Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses Fitted. Rooms 401-2-3 Hannibal Trust Building1 HANNIBAL, . . MISSOURI. W. T. RUTLEDGE, Dentist The saving of teeth a specialty Office in Redman Block over Va riety store. 'Phone 56. LIORNSRO AUCTIONEER. Will cry sales in Ma. son, Monroe, iiall-. i Siic!: ct mi ni n:.-t. l'h'.i.t: to E!. J. T. LEE Why Not Winter? Go This There are special winter tourist rates to all principal points. The cost'is lo p. The climate is positive ly ideal. The resorts are numerous. The hotels are good. The opportu nities for all forms of outdoor sports are almost without limit. And the trip will bring the most pleasure if you go via the Burlington. Come in and let's talk it over. If I haven't detailed information about the attractions of the particular place you wish to visit, I can and will get them for you in a hurry. GEO. E. CHIPMAN, Ticket Agent. M4.f . oven es years Inn 31 The Kansas Governor Was Late. In his final message to the legis lature retiring Governor Hadley thought of a lot of legislation which the available revenues because of the growth of the state institutions. Atchison County Mail. Will Bump Old New York. The Panama canal may have a very great influence on thedistribu tion "of population in the United States. The announcement of the German steamship companies that as soon as the canal is finished they will carry passengers to points on the Pacific coast at the same price they will carry them to New York will be followed by all the compa nies and many thousands that would otherwise come to New York will go to the Pacific coast. In the course of a few years that will, without doubt, greatly relieve the congestion in eastern cities and go far toward solving a problem of how to get immigration away from the eastern sea coast. Globe-Dem ocrat. Will Deliver the Goods. The health bureau at Washington says that "when the people of the United States wish to pay for abso- ute protection against typhoid fe ver it can be bought with the full assurance that the goods will be delivered." However, in the same report the following words occur: "We have learned in the last few years that the typhoid baccilus is disseminated, not only as was form erly thought, by water and by milk, but by flies, and fingers, and iu fact by almost every material object that comes in contact with the hu man mouth." To "deliver the goods." when that is taken into consider tion, would seem to be a big con tract. 'tcon TitresDeiuocrat. W. B. A. McNutt, OilU-e over Wood's Druii Store. I'lionessi. M. D. Residence DR. J. N. SOUTHERN, Physician and Surgeon. Oftice over Rogers & Thompson's store. Telephones: Residence F. & M. HO. Bei 53. Oltlce: Bell 56. R. S. McOLlNTIO LAW YE K Office over Monrou City Hank Monroe City Mo. DR J D. SCOBEE: OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Chronic Diseases and diseases of the Neryous System a specially. Also special attention given to Diseases of Women and Children Both Phones Office Proctor Building. Farmers anfl Merchants Banl Monroe City Mo Capital $25,000 Surplus $50,000.. Officers: F. H. HAGAN, President WW. R. YATES, Vice-President. v W. R. P. JACKSON, Cashier. W. M. PATTERSON. Asst. Cashier W. W. LONGMIRE, Secretary. Director;;: Dr. J. B. Corley, J. D. Robey John Shearman, W. W. Longmire, T. M. Boulware, W. M. Carrico- Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold. New business desired and unex celled Facilities offered. Meriwether & Meriwether, Attorneys at Law Will practice In all courtB. No tary PuHlii in office. R. L. BUELL, Veterinary Phvaioian And ueKisierea; Surgeon. Calls promptley answered Office: Elliott's Livry Barn. P. & M. Phone 262. Residence, Phone 273 S. C. Hampton, Monroe City, Mo. Notary Public, Deeds and other legal instruments elven. prompt attention. JAMES T, SANDIFER Licensed Auctioneer Satisfaction Guaranteed. Monroe City. - Missouri OR. 'J. S. SMITH. 2nd Floor Trust Bir!?. Hannibal, Mo. Practice L,imitHn to Eye, Ear, Nose aid Throat. lli(i A uvon finding m nketeli nj dscriplto wti t pribn.il inn..: .!!,.., fr.u.i. t, i.m. II. VIM I Oi ' ' rw: l.k.Jum 0 ' at ...,. 1Hr.vj, :i u .i . ; rt m .:. t a; i,.u ri ,... n.-.h "J'.iri ji, V r I ".ii. (. i, .. I,a:' r.i- ., V. .. . jCioe.iJ 8t,Wu.bdzton u.s.. Apples for Health. The old idea that appks were the he had entirely overlooked during I favorite fruit of the gods is a rather his four years in office, and which ! plausible theory. The freshness of was a part of Governor Major's j youth wss ever possessed by those campaign platform. This is not the who made apples their principal i first time Republican has puiloiru-d ,iet. r..v if uny fruits are so val- was good at that. Ask Mr. Vv Dearborn Democrat. i f.'iust Ciiop OK Son.?. J..c bsji ilj'me air! ciu gjvf, t j oovTt Snd soire new foui o 01 u .- i-iwo: fhave down tb; t;i r r j tions asked During tbe iw-t or twtlvt ybr!tl-. dcrcar i m,v 'period for revenue bus h;h. A,.pL3 ncuiish the brain .ord. They contain phos- . ' men. sunr. iim. flil.-i. ' tilic-acid, gallic-8cid, vefM c and wnter. They cur . j i Vim yiiji ui.Htufii ;od ...wr.V. i r-fuffitioiit u2;)euce da vr vnd sruc:j. aIc?; nr.4 l?u:hd, n k ri'-t, will do f-ri v:jr.:o to .estorj r.!th iliau dvu3.! i W.T. YOUELL Licensed ir Farmer. Headquar .