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W. T. YOUELL
Licensed Auctioneer. Monroe CUy, Mo. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Headquarters at the Democrat Office'. Marion County Boys at the Uni versity. Next Monday morning twelve young men will leave Marion Coun ty to attend the State University at Columbia. Missouri, for one week. All arrangements have been made to take care of these young farm er, from this county and yve them as much practical instruction along HIS TROUBLE NOT OF HEART Res! Facts In Regard To F. R. Euifman's IJIness. Relief Ob tained By Curing liiis Stomach Ailments. Waynesville.N.C Mr. F.R. Huffman, on ;he first day of the next term there ol, tn be holden at the City of Parle, Monroe County, Missouri, on Mot. dsy the 10th day of March, 1!)14, and on or before the Hrt day of said t i in u answer or plead to said peti tion, or in default therein said peti tion win be taken ami idyed ii coi eii, ,i nd ju Uginent by d'-fmiit will In rendcied against raid defendant-. i It in f rther ordered that a min A Rare Opportunity to Visit California and Tour The f ascinating West Right now the Burlington Route offers you a rare opportunity to go Use the TRAVELERS RAIL WAY GUIDE PRICE 23 CENTS 431 8. DEA3SOKN ST., CHICAGO S. C. Hampton, DOfllH pro ii 1. 1 Notary I'ul'.ic. Monroe City, Mo. oilier k'al Instruments given JAMLS T, SAKDIFER Licensed Auctioneer Satisfaction Guaranteed. Monroe City. - . Missouri OH. U.S. SMITH. 2nd Fiour Trust '.3!dg. Hannibal, Mo Practice Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. DR. J. N. SOUTHERN, Physician and Surgeon, Onlcc over Levy's store. Telephones: Residence P. & M. 240. Bell KJ. OC.-o: Bell 56. R. 8. MuOLlNTIO LAWYER Office over Monroe City Bank Monroe City Mo. (DR. J D. SCOBEE: OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN C'iro' ic Diseases and diseases of the Nervous System a specialty. Also special attention given to Diseases of Women !and Children Bo.n Phones Office Proctor Building Mer. Will tar W.T. The Oli- vy't W. I Offlce Phone PR. J. t G Rooi HANN1 HKU & Meuiwethek TORNEYS AT LAW -Ace in all court. No tn office. LTLEDGE, Dentist. -s vitig of teeth a specialty i rfrciiran Elock overLe- re. 'Phone 56. F. M S. T. Hat J. R. . Satist where. 1 Can choice As in proach cleans i themst eaterti cleans gressi piratic Welco: Neweli The ed for well I in Stot are to night deservi Mrs. is eoc mother i. LlcfJutt, M. D. i''s Dniif torc. Residence -HVELL ur, Nose and Throat, s Fitted. I Hannibal Trust Building MISSOURI, J ORE, Jan & t?urgeon . I'hone F, & M. . ; ' ' ivy, Missouri. XARD, Representative of i Courier-Post p City, Mo. various tarm. lines as it is possible of thir city.oays: "I suffered dreadfully hereof lie duh published at least once for them to get iu the few da. with what I thought was heart trouble, a week for four consecutive weeks in to that land of perpetual summer, the boys will be thcie. tmd tried various medicines in vain. : 1 l' Mom oe City Democrat a eekiy : sunlight, beauty and h. .;;!:h glori- The older ones will have the ad- Alter other remedies had failed, Thcd-1 ' lXI'Iiu. d ZTmLZcu ' 0US Cn,ifornia and lhr0lh the vantage of the Farmer's Week Pro- rd's Black-Draught restored me to , d y de.ljf(iated b y paintiiT' 1 scenic 6randeur an(1 invigorating gram, which is just as full of live,health- 1 woul(1 not feel safe without attorney, ami duly approved by said j sunlight of Colorado and Utah too. discussions, practical demonstra-1 Black-Draught in the house. I consider Clerk most likely to give notice to j California is one of the finest places it worm its weight in goia. i ucfend.mts, the t t insertion to be at , m the world in whn:h to spend the It cured my indigestion, and by this least .'so dsy befoie said next term of yvinter. Think of boating, golfing. means I was restored to neaiin. 1 can I -'-' not express my gratitude fonts benefits." STATIC OF Mlssouril Good health depends on the condition of your digestion. Poor digestion and Insist on Thjdford's. Price 23c. ORDEROF PUBLICATION IN TkRM TIMli. tinns and instructive lectures as one week can be made. For the younger boys a v special school js arranged with special in structors who will give the best they have to make these, boys learn thej goodheallli do not go toge'.her. most essential things for boys oni Thedford's Black-Draught will the farm to know. They will be ! thorou.ly cleanse and set in order your l 1. ..-.. :.....,:.. . , "Smuw tys!.n. iaus"1 V. 1 T K ' ' l" It has done this for others, d .ring the j livefciioting. soil testing, seed test-1 70 ycnrSi and is todav mos,j ing and will be given lectures. popular vegetable liver remedy on the There will be stock indeind ron-! market. Try it tens in which prizes will be given for 1st, 2ud and 3rd best judges of dairy cows, hogs and steers. There will also be a corn judging contest in which five premiums are given, the first being $20 00. Eight of these boys are between the ages of 12 and 16 years and have their expenses on the trip paid by the following eight busi ness institutions: The First National Bank, Pal myra, Mo. The Marion County Savings Bank Palmyra. Mo. (Well's Palmyra Store, Palmyra. Mo. The Hannibal Trust Co. Hanni bal. Mo. The Farmeis & Mer't hems Bank Hannibal, Mo. The Hannibal National Bank, Hannibal, Mo. The Hannibal Morning Journal, Hannibal, Mo. The Hannibal Milling Co . Hanni bal. Mo. The boys are Rufus Saffarrans, Homer Ragar, Harry Boots, Ernest Foster, James Briscop, Harry Landis John Tink and Harvey Weyand. Wade Boots and Clif.on Stil lions will attend the Farmer's Week program and have their expenses paid by the Hannibal Courier Post. All of these boys won their schol arships through merit in corn judg ing in the County Corn Show. Brooks Saffarrans and James Settles will also attend the Univer sity with the other Iboys, their ex penses being paid by their lathers St Cl'l STY OF MONROE 1, t'li.ir.. L. Dry, Clerk of (hi- Court of Monroe County, Cir-Mis- playing tennis or bathing in the surf, without a single thought of furnace, fires,, heavy clothes and wraps to say nothing of the con- sonri. hereby certify that the forego- I Slant menace of Cltc'lillg co'd. STATIC OF MISSOUIM COUNTY OP MONKOi: In the circuit court of Monroe Coun ty, Mo. Mar tli a Alice Sebring, William A. Scut lock, Patrick K. Sett-lock and Amy Scurlock, Plaintiffs, vs Felix Scurlock, if living, and An drew J Scurloek, if living, and if dead, their unknown heirs, consort, devisees, donees, alienees or immedi ate, mesne or remote, voluntary or in voluntary grantees, Defendants. The State of Missouri, To above named defendant greeting: Now on this 1st day of IVcemhe;', 1913, November Term. l('l:t. of said Circuit i oui t, coae pi.unuus herein by attorn--j before said Court, and file plsintiff's verified petition in t'ud suit therein, araou;' otuct luattern al leging that defendants. Felix Scur lock, if living, and A r drew '. Scur lock if living, have nb.-conded ami absented themselves, from their form er usual place of aboee ie thi State, and have concealed therm elves so that the orauia1"' mocs of law can- I not be served upon Minn, Ihtir contort, he rs, iivi alien, es or innn 'iliu'. injr writing is a full, true and eoin I '. e no,".y of the original Oi il.-i' of I '.ibiieation In said cause, as fully .i i..: s.ime rimalns and appears of n eord in my offlce. In vitne;-s whereof. I have hereto sub . oril'ed in name and official signature mid hereto atJ-'x the seal of said Court i about that. at my ollice In tlie City of Paris, Mon roe County, Missouri, this 1st day of December, 1914. seal Chas. L. Dry, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Mon roe County, Missouri. Mriwet'ner & Meriwether, Attorney b for Plaintiffs. If your neighbor has been there, ak hiin. he knows.. Ai.J it doesn't c .t a g.eat deai to spend a month there either.1' Ask: him about that also And it doesn't cjt much now-a days to get theie. Ask him Reed at Cedar Rapids. Senator James A. Reed visited Gedar Rapids, his boyhood home the other day and made an address on the currency law. The Cedar Rapids Republican, prefacing a full report of the address says: Declaring that the new currency bill would make impossible anoth er such financial panic as that of 1907, and that it would ultimately make the United States the strong est financial power on the face of the earth, United States Senator James A. Reed of Chicago, made a masterly exposition and defense of the measure at an enthusiastic meeting held in the Commercial Club assembly room last night. His audience included nearly four hun- d Auctioneer. rintLfd. Will go any- 1 it y, Missouri. Educating Our Boys and Girls Everybody writes about how to make more money. What will be the use of more money if there are to be no homes? Let. us parents wake up and think 3G5 days in the year how best to prepare our son to be a good husband and our daugh ter to be a meek, patient and long forbearing wife and mother. We could teach our children a little each day about the beauty of whole hearted forgiveness, and not let them know we were trying to teach them. If they are taught in early life to forgive and forget the wrongs that happen along the way they will form that habit. A good habit is a tower of strength to the child. If each parent would simply bow the head at the beginning of the day and ask the help of God in the training of children there would be a gseat saving in sorrow and trouble. When one asks God's help he is careful of his own acts and words before thechild. Parents do you think the child is worth it? n, of St. Joseph ' Lewistown, Mo. H. Ferrow vek with her' Get that shave at Strean & Son'a ' , Rouse. barber shop. ; iid the Future. - i ew year only the s and inspirations, ray 8 when men ap Parthenon they ' rsons and arrayed hite robes before :i rions tempi", so uents from trans yourself wi:h as 'ell to the past! il to the future! -His. y Orchestra play 'e ball in Hunne and for a dance niay night. They outsville Friday : is popular and dred business and professional men , . I inol nH i r ri moot nf rrta KonL'aro r f IUI It UtftU 1 au3v ui wiv uuu n i o i v donees, this city and vicinity. Again and one or re-! a.iain he was enthusiastically ap- '' ol' 1,1 '-Ay VAntm nlauded bv those who have stu.lipd ees cannot be inr .'i t (! Ii t lu because I . , , . . , . , t ie prooiem ior navmg given tne clearest and ablest exposition of the measure which has yet appeared. His speech was mainly a non-partisan exposition of the measure, but he paid tribute to the motives a.id accomplishments of President Wil son and his party. He declared it to be the duty of all good Ameri cans to give both the tariff and tLe j currency laws a fair chance to work out the beneficent results which he confidently expected wonld result from them. It was perhaps the largest and certainly most representative gath ering ever held in the Commercial club rooms. Men of all shades of political faith were there and they listened to the Senator with the closest attention as with remarka ble clearness of thought and diction he analyzed the measure. A splendid banquet preceded the speech-making. The banquet was g'ven by gentlemen, nearly all of whom are old friends of the senator who spent his boyhood and youth in this city. their names are unknown topi iut'fl's; It is therefore ordered by said Court th;u said dt U ! ilant, Felix Scurlock, if living, :m-.1 Andrew ,1. Scurlock, if living, ami if dead, tin ir consort, heirs, or de iw . s. donees, alieuees or immediate, mesne or re mote, voluntn-'y or invol'-i.tary grant- i ccs ue m . .i.!.-u oy pun. M otion mm plaiiitill's by petition heuiu liled of date, Dee Is;, li'13. luiV'- commenced suit against said (k fi intuits, the im mediate object and ecnerul nature of which is to parli'lon an e'isr tlui hoirs of Alfred Scuiloc.k. d. ciiised, lot 1 and the West ha'.f of U.t i in 13iock 2 of the origiual Town, now City of Monroe, iu M tirne "o'inty, Mo; which pet'tion alleges thnt Felix Scurlock, if living, and Aniirew J. Scurloek, if living, lu.vi each an un divided one 6ixth intii-est in said real estate as children of Alfred Scurlock, deceased, but if dead leaving iss te or descendants, then there am persons who have an interest in said real es tate, who de.-'ve their intere:t as consort, heirs, ' is cs, donees, alienees or immediate, iifisne or re mote, voluntary or invi he tary grant ees, of said Felix Scurlcckor Andrew J. Scurlock, whose dihik'h cannot be inserted bereiu because iliey are un known to plaint! rTs, and alleging that defendant, Felix Scurloek in the year 1883, and defendant, Ai'drew J. Scur lock in the year 1897, whi'e residents of this State, departed from this State la the yearn 1883 and 1SH7 respective ly, and have been continuously ab sent from said State, since said dates respectively, without any information having been received for more than seven years past, that tlvy or either of them were living at, any time dur ing said seven yeai s, Bud alleging that plaintiffs believe said Felix Scurlock and Andrew J. Scurlock to be doad, and to havo died single and without issue or descend a ts. And it is further ordered that sail defendants bo and appear lu this Court Mrs. I. P. Stephens was called to Ely Thursday by the illness of her mother, Mrs. James Clark. While Mrs. Clark was rot dangerously ill she will be 88 years of age in a bhort time therefore is not very strong. D. R. Campbell who is a nephew of Mrs. Clark's, accom panied Mrs. Stephens, returning that evening. . Miss Kate rtedd returned from Palmyra Thursday. Little Martha ,' me and Jameo Allen Redd accom panied her home. Special personally conducted tourist car parties. You can save money by taking advantage of this service. It will cost you consid erablo less but your enjoyment will be just as keen. Now is the time, California is the place and the Burlington is the way to go. Send for your copy of our folder telling all about the trip and the service today, it's worth reading even if you don't go, and let me help you plan and outline the possi bilities of the trip. S. B. Thiehoff, Ticket Agent. Bur lington Route. What is it For? Do you ever get started to won dering just what you are here on earth forf And if you caa con vince yourself that the Lord really had a mission for you on earth, can you make yours. It is believ ed that he also had a mission for the billion other people of all col ors, races and places and the bill ions that ore to come. And what can the purpose be? What is the end of it all? Does the Lord real ly need us in his his business either here or hereafter And if so what is it and what does he want with the uncounted billions that come and go? Do you sometimes wonder if there is really any purpose in it all or if we are not just as the beast and the birds and the other things that live, and sing and die and are never missed because others are living and singing an J acting in their places. There is no man who can reason it out. It is not reason but faith that counts. As space is infinite, man hopes for infinity, as time is eternal he hopes for eternity, as matter is indestructible, he hope3 for continuity, and as God is in finite eternal, iudestruetiole and just he hopes for a future life and that he shall not have lived for the vanity of living. Columbia Times. Mrs. Bernard Meymann and daughters left Friday for Minneapo lis. Minn. Mrs. Meymann will spend a few days in Hannibal and Quincy enroute. Mr Meymann and son s'arted the first of the week. They own a farm in Minn, and have decided to try it there a while, but have not sold their farm here. They are good people and will be missed by their many friends. You can help us make the Demo crat a better paper by sending us. news items of your neighborhood. Tell us about the going aud comings, of yourself and neighbors. We will greatly appreciate this. Mrs. Bailey Proctor received a message Friday morning saying her mother , as il She left that after noon for Columbus. Miss.