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W. T. YOUELL
Licensed Auctioneer. Monroe City, Mo. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Headquarters at the Democrat Office. Use the TRAVELERS RAILWAYGUIDE PRICE 23 CENTS 431 S. DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO S. C. Hampton, Notary Public, Munroe City, Mo. Deeds ana other legal Instruments lven prompt attention. JAMES T, SANDIFER Licensed Auctioneer Satisfaction Guaranteed. Monroe City. - Missouri DR. U. S. SMITH. 2nd Floor Trust Bldg. Hannibal, Mo. Practice Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. DR. J. N. SODTHERNi KnQ and Office over Levy's store. Telephones: Residence F. & M. . Bell 151. Otllce: DellB. R. 8. McCLINTIO LAWYER Office over Monroe City Bank Monro" City Mo. DR. J D. SCOBEE: OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Chronic Diseases and diseases of the Nervous System a specialty. Also special attention given to Diseases of Women !and Children Both Phones Office Proctor Building Meriwethek & Meriwether Attorneys at Law Will nractlco In all court. No tarr ,' .,. W. T. RUTLEDGE, Dentist. The saving of teeth a specialty Office in Redman Block over Le vy's store. 'Phone 56. W. B. A. McNutt, M. D. Office over Wood'B Drug Store. Residence Phone 29. DR. J. S. HOWELL Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses Fitted. Rooms 401-2-3 Hannibal Trust Building HANNIHAL, MISSOURI. J. R. 8. KIDD, Licensed Auctioneer. Satisfaction guaranteed. Will go any where. Monroe City, Missouri. Veterinarian Moved Dr. R. L Buell, The Veterinarian, has moved his office from the Brick Barn to Yates &. Yates Livery. Res idence Phones; F. & M.262, Bell 273 Season 1914 Silver Grattan 4T398 Can be seen on the Monroe Fair Grounds in barn 5. Call und let us run over a 7-genfration tabulated breeding pedigree. His dam. Zil cadie has six in the list and 3 other dams in the great brood mare list His colts are more generally ihe kindest, safest and most intelligent family of any horse I know, which should add much to their value. We need more good harness horses. I solicit mares from such horses as Rene Russel, Julimi Q, Guy Patent er and would, be pleased to have a ; few first class saddle mares, as I feel sure if given such chances cannot fail to improve the stock of this section. Never was there brighter prospects for the harness horse. The whole world is reaching out for high class trotting horses and the good ones are going at fabulous prices. Should not this be an in centive to patronize a high class standard sire. Terms: to insure mare with foal and in the event a colt dies before weaning time a free return will be given or $20 to insure a live and good colt. C;ire taken to pre vent accidents bi t not responsible should any occur. Pasture furnished mares from a distance at reason able rates. I will be glad to have my friends call and see me whether they breed or not. Bijou Will stand at the same place at $8 to insure colt to teat. This jack, was foaled Novemder 20, 1902 Sired by Ragoo Gunnoo which is a fine jack and has proven himself an excellent breeder. ' 1st dam Mary Stewart by Thresh er Gunnoo, 2nd dam Belle Fonso by Fonso, 3rd dam Polly Smith by C. Turner, 4th dam Annie Bourbon by Bourbon, 5th dam Fannie by Im ported Jack. The following men cheerfully testify to the good breed ing of this jack and recommend him to all who want good mules, jacks and jendets: E. D. Crawford, Robt, Greeves, Tom Yager, A. Lee Ely Clarence Huff, Tom Berry, Wm. Berlin, Geo. Lowery. J. T. Greeves, C. G. Greeves, Walter Greeves and others. In each case colt stands good for season and money due when colt sucks, or mare sold or transferred. Positively no insurance in second hands. No Sunday business. J.M. MICKELL BUCKMAN EROS. Old Reliable Breeding Establishment Five Miles Southwest of Monroe City SEASON OF 1914 SEASON OF 1914 Offers to Public Service the Best That Grows, horses, Jacks, and Percheron Draft Horses. Saddle Saddle Horse.Bob McDonald 3217 Champion Saddle Stallion and winner of more prizes than any Saddle Stallion in Missouri, and is producing winners and the kind that command the best prices. Jack McDonald 3216 A prize winner and a proven producer. Jack Forest 3709 The handsomest saddle horse in the state. Gibson 62999 A black Percheron. His colts speak for themselves. They are the right kind to bring the top prices and all expert horsemen will say the Percheron is the only draft horse. Farmers ana Merchants Bank Monroe City Mo Capital $25,000 Surplus $50,000. Officers: F. H. HAGAN, President. WM. R. YATES, Vice-President. W. R. P. JACKSON. Cashier. W. M. PATTERSON, Asst. Cashier W. W. LONGMIRE, Secretary. Directors: 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. Mrs. H. A. Jenkins, of Quincy and Mrs. S. E. Jenkins, of Bloom field Iowa visited Mr. and Mrs. John Finks the last of the week. Mas ter Dean Jenkins who has been here the past three weeks acompanied them home. V ; , ',''.' VETERINARY HOSPITAL Well arranged and Equipped for the treatment of Injured & Diseased Stock of all kinds Don't Let Your Stock Die Consult Dr. Dawson Successful merchants advertise in their local papers and are not governed by wanting to help the editor or the paper or because they want to be a good fellow but for the reason that advertis ing pays. The newspaper business is conducted on business principles and delivers the goods. In this connection we want to call atten tion to the fact that Ragsdale's Cash Store never fails to have one or two big display ads in a local paper every ween in tne year, Mr. Ragsdale has studied conditions very carefully and never fails, even during the so-called season to let the public know his 'store is open and he has bargains to offer. Mex ico Ledger. Good Bread at Christian's. 'X Jacks and Mules by Buckman's Jacks is enough said. They are Money Getters. ( Catalogues and full information furnished upon application. Terms Reason- able. Pasture furnished for mares and jennets. Mares from any distance called for and returned to Monroe City. Route 1 Monroe City, MISSOURI BUCICEV3AN BROS. i f t read read read try How to Use the Bible When in sorrow, read John 14. When men fail you, read Psalm 27. When you have sinned, read Psalm 51. When you worry, read Mathew 6:19 35. Before church service, read Psalm 84 When you are in danger, read Psalm 91. When you have the blue:', Psalm 139. When you are discouraged, Isa. 40. If you want to be fruitful, John 15. When doubts come to you, John 7:17. When you are lonely or learful read Psalm 23. W hen you forget your blessings read Psalm 103. For Jesus' idea of a Christian, read Matt. 5. For James' idea of religion, read Jrs. 1:19 27. When your faiih needs stirring read Heb. 11. When you feel down and out, read Rom. 8.31-39. i When you want courage for your task, read Josh. 1. When the world seems than God, read Psalm 90. When you want rest and read Matt. 11:25 30. When you want Christian assur ances, read Rom. 8:1-30. For Paul's secret of happiness read Col. 3:12-17. When you leave home for labor or travel, read Psalm 121. When you grow bitter or critical read 1 Cor. 13. When your prayers grow narrow or selfish, read Psalm 67. When not follow Psalm 119-11 and hide some of these in your memory. Ex nssscz Monroe City, Saddle Stock Frm Monroe City, Missonri bigger peace What is said to be the largest stone ever cut by human hands lies in an abandoned quarry in Syria, near the ruins of Baalbek. The stone is seventy-five feet high and fifteen feet wide. Its weight is estimated to be 1,500 tons. The greatest mystery ii how similar stones almost as large were raised to a great height to form a part of the near-by ruins. Forum. KING O' BOHEMIA (Rainstorm 5283) Sired by Bohe mian Kin 2410 by the undefeated Bourbon King by ihe.re nowned Bourbon Chief 979 who has 208 blue ties to - ' v his credit; dam Minnie Moon ' 5071 by Blond Squirrel 1488 by King Squirrel 1620 I by Black Squirrel 56; second . -i. dam Maud by Dewey 1298 - by Highland Denmark 730: ' third dam Bell by Tige, 4th dam by King William 67. We can count twelve champion show crosses in his breeding. He is a big airy fellow with great knee and hock action; a long neck which comes out of his shoulders just right; fine head, big full eye, neat cut throttle, big flaxen mane and tail which he car ries to perfection. Is a rich chestnut in color with one white stocking behind. Will mature to 16 hands and weigh 1200 pounds. If you want champion show horses breed to the horse that is full of that blood for like begets like, one or two crosses will not produce them King O' Bohemia is only a! three year old and cannot serve many mares this year. His books are rapidly filling from the best herds in the country and if youjwant in would advise you to book your mares at once. King O' Bohemia will make the season of 1914 at our barn at Monroe City at the small fee of $20 to insure mare in foal, money due when fact is ascertained, mare parted with or bred to another horse without our consent. It is seldom the public have an op portunity to breed to such a horse at so small a fee. We invite you to come to our barns and we will show you six head all by the same sire and all look like six big red apples plucked from the same tree. This shows what ROYAL breeding will produce. We have already booked mares from three differ ent counties and more booked. Come and see us, you are welcome whether you breed or not. Dr. S. Rladdox & Son Monroe City, Missouri Mrs. John Bixler and daughter Miss Dorothy went to Ely Satur day to visit Lou Boone's family. Mr. Bixler joined them Sunday and they returned home that evening. Mrs. John Williams, of Arapahoe, Neb., arrived Saturday to visit her sister. Mrs. Elbert Yates. Mrs. J. R. Henderson and Miss Ruth Wilson spent Monday in Quincy. Miss Irene Lyell went to Palmyra Saturday to viait relatives. Misses Bessie and Nettie Mudd of Hannibal came in Thursday to attend commencement and visit friends. Miss Mary joined them Sunday and they returned home Monday. Mesdames Hunter Anderson and W. S. Woodson went to St. Louis Monday to attend the pageant and visit relatives, Mrs. Roy McFarland and children went to St.v Louis Saturday for a ten ddys visit. -1 .