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la 1 : Tlrl rTOTniiriri rniiraiassienawiiiM T. 1 . EM YHII&T The first installment of the serial drama of 46 reels. 'THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY" oaa mm- Ufa) 8 Every MONDAY one installment of this series will be shown. DON'T MISS THE FIRST PART! MONDAY, OCTOBER 19 at 7:30 p. m. 5 and 10 cents More Pork With Less Corn. I By L A. Weaver. Is it possible for the farmers of Missouri to make more money out of the corn which they feed to hogs? It can be done in two ways. First by feeding a better class of hogs. i. e , using more perfect ma chines for converting corn into pork and second by methods of feeding which will produce the largest amount of pork from a given amount of corn. For fattening hogs, corn is al most indispensable in this State. Lorn alone, however, is not a com- plete ration. It is deficient in pro tein and ash, two nutrients which are necessary for the building of j muscle and bone. In order, then ! to balance a corn ration, feeds must be added which are high in the ele ments which corn lacks Some of the supplements best suited for this purpose are tankage, linseed oil meal, skim milk and wheat mid dlings. No animal can produce pork efficiently unless a complete ration is supplied. In a ration consisting of ten parts corn and one part tankage, one pound of tankage will save about four pounds of corn. This makes a ton of tankage worth around $85 00 with corn at 60c a bushel. Likewise in a ration composed of 6 parts linseed oil meal and 1 part corn. 0"0 tm. if inc i iini.u i worth about $50.00 to $55 00. While wheat middlings is ordinarily a more expensive supplement than either tankage or oil meal, a ration of 2 parts corn and 1 part, wheat middlings is more economical than corn fed alone. Skim milk is a very efficient supplement and when it can be had it will materially cheap en the ration if 3 to 5 pounds of milk be fed with each pound of grain. The aboye proporitions are by weight rather than measure and are given on the basis of 56 pounds of shelled corn to the bushel. If ear corn is fed, allowance must be made for the extra weight of the cob. Mrs. Ed Sorrell. C. A. Hamilton and wife, Misses Hazel Turner, Mary jand Rena Leake, of Hunnewell were n this city shopping Saturday. Foul Play Suspected. J. F. Renshaw, J. E. Johnstone, George Chipman and W. J Rouse were at Lewistown, Saturday.. While there they talked with many people Tegarding Ernest Christian who left Lewistown Sept 9 to go to Palmyra and was last seen about .10 o'clock that night in the Burlington Sta tion at Quincy. All spoke highly of Mr. Christian and a careful investi gation warrants us in saying there is no foundation for any of the rumors regarding Mr. Christian wanting to get away.. His family relations were pleasant, his busi- ness'good, his finances in fine con ditionand the opinion was he met with fouljplay. i The above should . have appeared last wee duc was in some way misplaced. The Monroe City Democrat's Biggest Offer 1 v V J 1 8 tai JUT J THE HUEMAOT WONMM MA&AZINt jjj Toy ays if rAJHIOH 'OCT OOFS II ami, Jgffiiii A WOMAN'S IVtRflJOlTOIAl ' f.Vi'-i-h t . ft, h THE GENTLEWOMAN ' THt 1WHANS UMIOHV. NONTHDr "PIJIJ MTTtCN Mm JULY 1013 HArWHOURS Kimball's DairyFarmet $1.250ur Paper and Aoy Oae of These Clubs $1.25 SEVERAL leading publishe s of r.:ana::ines have joined with us in one of the greatest subscription bar gain offers ever put out in tnis country. Through this combination everybody will be able to get a yearly subscription to thr'.e magazines in combination with our weekly paper at practically the price of our paper alone. j In this list you will find forty different periodicals formed into thirty-five different cluts. 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Dunn and family. ' ' '' ' " " '.. i , ! For Sale 15 ehoata, 80 pounds, 2 brood sows and male hog. Ed Kleffer, Monroe City, Route 2. ; ;, 10-22 V "Watchful Wsitlnr Wins. . (From the . Pittsburgh , Gazette Times (Stand-Pat Republican) United : States Senator George ' T Oliver, of Pennsylvania, Owner and Editor.) v "President Wilsoii should be trusted to steer the American ship pf state free of the infinite national perils of Europe'r gigantic embroil ment Let us not forget that much as feame was made of his policy of watchful waiting' with regard to Mexico it is now almost universal ly conceded that that Proved To Be The Wise Course. Imagine us at war with Mexico at this Juncture, with Europe in the Death Grapple Of Th Centuriesf Mrs. Sear has returned to StLouuhvj after a pleasant Delia Ryan. visit with Miss Mrs. Lewis, of Canton has ' been visiting her sister, Mrs. Laura.Boul ware. ,. -..:;, ' Mrs. Walter Tait and sister; Miss Maude Scott spent ' Sunday hi Ana bel with their parents.