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I TAKE 1 u n ( x i n n n S i n ) II 8- I lJ M n) UJ w si I II toe woman s llonicg; O ,G, Oi HT W W H IT IT -BUT TMT lr W "W W W W V TRT TuT Tidfl' 'WJ TBT W HjT TWT UP W NT W "W If TMT ntfr V "Mf T Watch for the "Clutching Hand". New Music. Luella Lorkwnod Moore is n fqvor- Ii's the Wrong, Wrong Way to ite wilh 1,11 Tickle Mary has just been released.; What's the U- Wilkin' 'Bout It is a catchy rag song. Words by ';Thinfi8 Like T1ai Words and J. Will Callahan. Music by Charles ' rausic y "Bob" Winter is new and Brown. I novel. Safety First by Theodore B. White ! Check Your Baage 10 Loveland andLucienDenniisthe very latest , Words b Gea Bow,e8 and music novelty song. ! by Lucien Denni is a splendid rag p Tbe, f ! the ,Li0!1 . by ! U Tomorrow by Geo. A Norton and Pascc-1 Holstem and Whiting is a beautiful home ballad. I song Loco-motor Roll. Words by Clar-j Maurice Wordg by ence Connor and music by Lucien jBily Green and Sidney Carter Denni. A lively lag. musjc ,y Charlie Brown u a catchy My Skylark Love by Geo. H. waltz song. Bowles and Lucien Denni is a beau-1 Write to Buck & Lowney Music tiful barcarolle. j Co , for their catalog. You will find He was a Soldier from the U S. j just what you want at prices sure A. Words by J. Fred Lawton. A j to please. beautiful song inspiring patriot-1 We have sent out many state-sm- ments during the past few weeks. Lets All Get Together and Sing, ! The returns have not been what by Thompson and Brown is a ! they should be. It is true the catchy little waltz song. i amount due us from each individu- Bob White, by Connor and Denni 1 al is snia11- In the ate theV is the cutest thing out. i make lulte 8 sum- We need mon- i ev to Dav our exoi uses as we flo The Old Song I Love to Hear, and ask that pron,pt remittances by Gwynne and Lucien Denni is a be ma(ie If you hfive IJOt yf!t re. home ballad introducing a number ceived a statement. peHSe do not of old son 2s. put us to the expense ot moiling Laddie, by J. Fred Lawton and you one. Pay us at once. csbs Now, what about the ground hog? Win. Hamilton made a business trio to Quincy, Monday. We clean white kid gloves. L L Lar.e, Tailor. 2-4. Mrs. Bert Bull and son Francis departed Monday for Bay City, Gal ve iton and other pointe in Texas, Roy B. Meriwether spent Friday in Palmyra. Mrs. M. L. White, of Hunnewell visited Mrs. G. L. Thrift the last of the week. Miss Alma Pierceall went to Pal myra Monday. Mrs. A. V?. Cassady, of Ely was here Monday. Dr. Hornback Oculist and Aurist Hannibal, Mo. A number of young girls met at the home of Miss Willie Gordanier Saturday afternoon. Many games were played during the afternoon and after the games delicious re freshments were served. All report a jolly good time When you're in a hurry we press 'em while you wait L L Lane Tailor. 2-4. Miss Clara Hornback of Colurn bia. a graduate nurse, has come to Macon to reside, and will be at home with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs John W. Thompson. She will enter upon the practice of her pro fession at once. Macon is fortunate in having this capable young wom en locate here, she comes most highly recommended, and this ought to prove a good field for her as Macon has long felt the need of a nurse of her ability Macon Times-Democrat Pearl McReynolds, of this vicinity whose trip to Rochester was noted Why did June run away? recently, was operated on by the' Mayo Bros., last week, and a tumor from the stomach ( removed. At j last reports he was doing as well as could be expected and his friends ! are hoping for his permanent re-' co very. Palmyra Spectator. i Native Lumber WE ARE READY Have opened our big dining room up stairs and are ready to serve elegant suppers tor lodges, dances or in fact for a big crowd at any and all times. JIM & GUY i Miss Lou Wunch spent Monday; in Hannibal. W. L Finch and George L. Hamp ton went to New London Monday. For sale in large quantities. Make out bill and will saw to order See Warren McKee or M. B. Proc tor. tf. Frank McGarthland and wife are spending the week with relatives in Golden. III. D. R. Davenport makes Farm Loans on best terms tf Save your orders for 1916 calen dars for tbe Democrat. Buy them at home. You will have a good line to select from. Buy from home peo ple and thus patronize those who patronize you. 1 BIG BARGAIN OFFER! f To Readers of the Democrat: For the next thirty days we make the following unusual offer to new and renewal subscribers: The Democrat, 1 year $1.00 Journal of Agriculture (Weekly) 1 year .75 Farm and Home (Twice a month) 1 year .50 Our specialprice for OR all three papers, 1 year " ' If you are already a subscriber to any of these papers your time will be marked ahead another year. EatrHfaME 14 The Democrat gives you the loci news. The Journal of Agriculture is the biggest farm paper printed in Missouri for the Missouri farmers, and is full of live, interesting exper iences and helps for men, women and children. Farm and Home is a great twice-amonth farm paper with a tremendous circulation, and ontains from 32 to 72 pages each s8ue. All three papers 1 year for only $1 23. Subscribe now bring in your subscription or mail it in to day; Address all (remittances and or ders to THE DEMOCRAT MONROE CITY. MO M 'EWMER. V - X4'f', ?C! 1 e Mippiied. every year. dirt tf noi UlirD66 S U66(1S America ,.1 than are t!,e e.-s of I any other growers. Burpee' Annual for 1915 is a bright new book of 182 pages, known as the Leading Amti'ccn Seed Catalog, and is a safe guide to success in the garden, it is mnled free. Write for it today, "Lest you forget." A postcard will do. W. ATLEE BURPEE & CO., PhUadelphia, Pa. Girls Study Home Making As Science. It is almost like a girls' school in itself- the University of Missouri's home economics department, with its enrollment of 276 students. The womep in this department are learning scientific methods, the short-cuts, the time-savers. They are learning the art of cooking and the business of home-making, put ting them on a level with or above bookkeeping and stenography. Among the courses which are those in food, dietetics for nurses, home nursing, sanitation, metabol ism, hewing, dress-making, textiles and miilinery. Since the founding home econom ics department in 1906, there has been a steady increase in enroll ment. Parents have felt the need of giving their daughters the advan tage of scientific training along lines that are purely woman's in terests, and daughters have felt the inclination for such learning. What the University of Missouri is teach ing its women is only an example of what is being done for them throughout the state, for tbe Uni versity sets the example for the high school and the high school for the grade, and what the children are learning in the schools the mothers are following up in their clubs Through University extension work and through the homemakers' clubs, organized by Miss Bab Bell, woman's lecturer for the State Board of Agriculture, women in Missouri are working together for the best Interests of the home and community. On to the Orient! The cutting of the Canal is the avenging of Columbus, When he started across the seas he was seek ing, not America, but the Old Orient I of India and China, nni their gold : and spices. The heart of men had had always yearned unto the East ' and its riches. There was noth ng ' new in the object of Columbus" ! search. All that was new was the I direction. Columbus went west Judged in terms of its original pur pose his voyage was a total failure. He started straight for Asia, but ran upon the long, broad dyke of land we now call the Americas. It has cost more than four centuries for him and those who swarmed ( after him to traverse and conquer the blundering dyke which rose in ! his path and forbade him Asia. The opening of the Canal is tbe first cutting of the dyke, the avenging of Columbus, the end of the four-century halt, the resumption of the ad vance toward the Orient. From "The Meaning of the Canal." by Benjamin Ide Wheeler, in the Amer ican Review of Reviews for February. Pumpkin Pudding. Into a pint of stewed pumpkin beat the whipped yolks of five eggs, two pints of milk, three-fourths or a cupful of sugar and half a teas jo n ful each of powdered mace, nutmeg and cinnamon. Last of all stir in lightly the stiffly beaten white of five eggs, turn the mixture into a i buttered pudding dish and b ike un til set Serve hot with a hard sauce. Mother's Magazine.