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y C 1 " J ' m- li & L.j;...r-J.-H 1 3 Build This Classy Home in CLASSY THORNE HEIGHTS For Particulars and Prices See the OONW&Y LUMBER COEV3PANY 10 Forceful Facts About Alfalfa. From the Toronto (Jlobe Canada Alfnlfa is the best soil doctor. Alfalfa adds humus to the soil. Alfalfa increases the milk flow. Alfalfa is high in feeding value. Alfalfa balances the corn ration. Grow your protein don't buy it. Alfalfa sod grows larger corn crops. Alfalfa has no equal as a hog pasture. AlfaKa keeps stock in good condition. t. Alfalfa is the greatest of all subsoilers. Alfalfa should be grown on every farm. Foxtail is the greatest enemy of Alfalfa. v ' An Alfalfa field is a hog's idea of heaven. Growing Alfalfa is good business farming. Alfalfa means more money and better homes. Raise what you feed and feed what you raise. Alfalfa does things and never loafs on the job. Alfalfa with a fair chance, always makes good. Alfalfa fills the haymow and pays for the privilege. Alfalfa is the cheapest and best feed for beef and cattle. 1 Alfalfa insures larger yields from the crops that follow. Alfalfa contains more protein- to the ton than clover or corn. Alfalfa b the agricultural wonder of the Twentieth Century. Alfalfa yields two to three times as much as clover or timothy, and is more valuable than ,hay. Resolutions. Hall of Monroe City Lodge No. 268, I. O. 0. F Whereas, Brother George Bal zer has been removed from our Forme r Senator John C. Pier?ol is ippomd us being seriously ill at at his home nt ar Stoutsville. Don't plare your order for a bind er nr mower mil il vnu have seen midst by death on Monday, May ; . imnrnvp, Mrrnrmirk r,indp. j They are a I'ttle bit the slickest machine that you ever saw. For 25, 1914, and "Whereas this Lodge, of which riA wna n mfmilipv. feels that it has lost in him a true brother sale at A. Jaeger, Jr.'s Hardware, and, -Scarcely can you scan a news "J7"1. ......1 tlin ll n . . . ... """ "e i-an- uia, w Der w,triout reading about an iamuy nas oeen uereavea oi I paper . l :i C f .1 days there is going to be an acci dent in this city and some one will be killf.l or seriously injured unless some careless driving is stopped. -i . .. S Cemetery is in fine shape keeping it in. shape Be sure and The lovinsr husband and father and the community of an upright cit izen, therefore, be it Resolved: that this Lodge ex tends to the sorrowing family and friends its sincerest symna- tllV Willi HJU iiwijc mj im-j i . rrt- ii i i ii Z ! but money for Wlli CVfl till.- " 1 t such a father and friend and j comes in very slow, be it farther, PaV 01ir dues Resolved: that these resolu tions be spread, upon our rec ords, a copy sent to the Monroe City papers for publication and that a copy be furnished the family of our beloved brother. J. E. Johnstone,' 0. E. Ilallock, "W. II. "Wadsworth. Reports are that army worms stopped a C. P. &.St. L. freight train an Illinois. They were crossing the track. The engineer applied the sand until it run out and then. J. B. Head rick has finished a well at the ice plant. At a depth of 141 feet he found lots of water The well will be tested and probably another will be put down. Dr. Pratt the eye man at Bebb's Jewelry Store next Monday. M. C. Hawkins attended a board meeting and the commencment exercises at the Deaf and Dumb School at Fulton this week. Model T Touring Car' $550 j Rural Mail Carriers Meet. The Carriers of Monroe, Marion, Ralls and Shelby Counties met at Monroe City, Mo., May 30. 1914, and organized the North East Mis souri Rural Letter Carrier's Associa tion Seventeen carriers, two postmas ters and one substitute were pres- ent and proceeded to elect G. P. ! Delaney, President; J. C. Ensor, Vice President and James A. Wimsatt, bec-Treas. Delegates to the State meeting were elected as follows: . John C. Ensor at Large;' Ed w. S. Feeny, Ma rion; Otis G. Hedberg, Ralls; W. D. Wheeler. Shelby; Grundy P. Delaney, James A. Wimsatt, Chester Scobee, Monroe. The Committee on Resolutions presented the following: We, the Committee on Resolu tions. Resolve that; First, we extend our thanks to (W. D. Brown, Editor of the R. F. D. iNews for his earnest and untiring efforts in our behalf, also the Edit ors of the the papers of Monroe and adjoining counties; . Second, We also wish to thank our Congressmen and Representa tives for their efforts; third, That we extend our thanks to the I. 0. 0. F. Lodge of Monroe City for the hospitality extended us at the meeting. E. T. Broadus. H. C. Duer, Chester Scobee, Committee. James A. Wimsatt, Sec-Treas. Big Barn Burned. A large barn on the farm of Mrs. Willie A. Goodnight, on the Bowles ranch east of Palmyra, was destroy ed by fire Friday night.' A spark from the pipe of one of the farm hands is supposed to have caused the fire. The building was a large one, and sheltered a number of horses, all of which, were fortunate ly gotten out. A large amount of harness, three hundred bushels of corn, fifty bushels of oats and a lot of hay were destroyed. Mrs. Good night is one of the largest farmers in this section of the county. Pal myra Spectator. T. J. White, of Abingdon, 111, was here part of the week on business. Sultzman's Bread, Fresh every morning. Christian's. 10-1. Dr. Rush Turner has completed his medical course in the St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons and has returned to this city. He will follow his profession here. Dr. Turner is an able young physician and The Democrat bespeaks a good practice for him. There are a few things we have At the last state hardware meet ing Carl Jaeger of Fayette was se lected as one of the delegates to the nationnl convention which has just been in session at Indianapolis. Mr. Jaeger is one of the best posted hardware dealers to be found any where and is a pleasant, courteous gentleman. run out of sizes in. The balance j CLEOPATRA Wednesday, June can be had at a bargain. - Hanly & j 10 at the Airdome. This high class Green. production featuring Helen Gardner will be shown. This is the top James P. Boyd announces as a candidate for re-election as Repre sentative from Monroe County Mr. Boyd is recognized as one of. the most able men in the House He stands for that which is to the. interests of the people. Indications- now are that he win be electea Speaker and he will make a Speaker of whom the state will be proud. notch in motion pictures, a play you are all familiar with and prices will be 10 and 20c. This picture comes as a very expensive feature and you will not regret that you paid the price to see it. We cost. are selling refrigerators at If you want a bargain come in and see us. A Jaeger, Jr. Quick Meal Oil Cook Stoves the ! Mr. and Mrs. i kind that does not smoke and give satisfaction. Come ia and let us show you this wonderful stove. A. Jaeger, Jr. have returned Argenta, Ark. A. H. Dougherty to their home at William and James Wadsworth. J. S. Conway and W. G. Caldwell attended the horse show at Colum bia Tuesday. They drove over in an auto. We have a full line of Electrica Goods such as irons, fans, cook stoves, etc. Come in and let us show you. A. Jaeger, Jr., Hardware. i Insure your growing crops against i hail storms. ) H. C. Cleveland, Agent. j The boys and girls who are now I out of school should find something ! to do this summer. Yoi will be better for having something to do. Friday, June 5 the biblical drama "Star of Bethlehem" in 3 reels at the Airdome. A very fine picture, well acted. Price 10c to all. Miss Mary Carlyle of St who has been visiting her Mrs. Watson Durrett left Saturday for Terre Haute. Ind. ! Miss Gladys Willis returned Mon Louis j day from St. Louis. Her many aunt, j friends will be glad to learn that she is doing as well as possible after her recent surgical operation. 4 boxes Krinkle Corn Flakes for 3 boxes Egg-o-See for 3 boxes Puffed Wheat for Washington Crisps, per box Puffed Rice, per box 10 Bars Hawkeye Soap 3 2-lb cans Tomatoes 3-lb cans Tomatoes, per can 25c 25c 25c 10c 10c 25c 25c 10c J. ADAM SHEARE11AN Monday, June 8 " Eye Day " BEBB'S JEWELRY STORE