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V ,!.;:. v M vi.iloig 1) H Ii -i' I'a:is i .! - j 1 1 - -a-v family vi-itcil with Mrs I. . ' Mi- 1 a ;. k tjll"e I u'l. i il d I. Ill i 1...U- tiri it ii .mday e -iiiiiii in n!)' r f ri ii ii this vi.'inity i'i.- Mur--!' sale Monday Mi-s Ai.iiii l.v i!i Ilattdlcy C lllill 'in Miss ('dim' I.nllS'ir wns F ri- tl IV uf ' r-!i ll ll Tin- f. l".vitig pnn-h;is(l slock at I) ive ( -IP y sale; S.iiii Similiter 5 hi-ihl sheep Bi'ii Hundley, jersey in ii r.ilf W. E Srier mm I i t -v lu if'-r. .T.ihn Anderson M j.T-ev belters 1 irviu Ynw-ell 1 jiTvrv row A (i K ithhtirn shipin-il h cur rf stuck iiiid household goods I" Ci I r ; M ! Mrs R itlihiirn ;m I son Colbert and sister Mrs Gnsney of Mntiro ' f'nv will go Inter Sharpsburf, and Vicinity. Mr ami Mrs Tom White spent a fewdavsnf hist week with rela tives ;t Philadelphia. Miss tilailvs Lear -ppnt Tuesday night and Wednesday in Monroe City. j im"; White s' .nt Sunday with home folks. Eddv Shank mitl Ollie White wire Sli-lliini visitors Tuesday night Mrs. Julio Whi'e and Miss May Lear were ralliin! on Mrs. B. E. San ilifer Tuesday. Hinin Stewart spent Saturday in Palmyra Mrs Henry Lear was very much surpr.rcd Thursday evening when ahmi- eighty live of her friends gathered nt her Imnie in honor of her birthday. They came about 7:H0 in the evening with well filled baskets and an enjoyable evening was spent The guests presented her with a beautiful set of silver ware. Everyone departed wishing Mrs Lear many more happy hirth d ivs Kdd Shank was calling on Ollie Wlbte Monday evening. Mi-es Kaiie and Cora White niul t.ladvs I r -ere calling on Mi-s (Mi While f'rul iv evening. Mrs John llanev and daugnter nial Mrs Satn Sandib r .pcnt a few ilavs .,f last week in I'li'i id-ltihri Misses l.i.renn Hi it ii it I ami Ethel Stewart were riling on the school Weilne-dav ev tiitig. Miss Josie U lute -pent Sunday night with Vi-s Ad.iitii vimliler, A. (t R milium ami f.itnilv spent Suturd iy night wii'n relatives a' Mini. ma Mi-s t.'uia Wit te -1 c 1 1 1 M nidiiy in Monroe '''v Mt-s M rile Him. Inn, of St. Loins retnriied to lur home Tin-sday aftir ii visit here wpli S H I'hii ImlT and wife. lor Sale I i in s; ve vnn money on your timo'liy am! .lovn seed niix"d See ikc before miii bnv A L Nash Ike Ely. f in or Perry ceine over Tuesday to attend the Proctor sale Mr and Mrs. Lonly Watt of Brnoktiild were guests id Dtivtd Watts and wife Sunday. Mrs. Win. James, of Campbell, Mo. attended the funeral of Mrs. Mack Oreen at this place Monday. She visited in Stoutsville Tuesday before returning to her home. v ll ! . i i:vt;rs.irv , i'a lodge a i h ir IS :ii : a d i ev i - Ih. .V ... turtle, n.i: ' ! ion th lion t. i . ; v r i ' 1 :. t; ia i: iii'.r a It IVo I X' lid. .1 !l'o,; follow a: tile m c is- I all tnvita and their ! Wives to be p. hall on that .1 nt at ,t S , . i. .. i on r I ill- Wlf I VI '.'k. Shelbina Visitors I The following from here went to 1 Shelbina Tnesbav to see the ' Birth 1 of a Nation" Re v. and Mrs Al-lerson i Harry ... i . r-i o.,,m t.i: i lon-iuTT wiviiuiii. Eininett Robev . (ileoti (iiiugh Verna Yowell llarald Hall int. R ith. Ha y liie and Henry (Ireen. Ca-c of Scarletina Dan Ella Johnstone little daught er of Mrs F.-tles Johnstone has srarletina in a very mild form. It is not known where she cmtraeated the disease hut it is supposed she got it on the train Delivered Car Load of Fords. Woodson & Graham received a car load of Fords last week and immediately utter unloading they were delivered. Several of them were taken to parties near Victor. Clarence moving to Leake and their farm wife are south of town. Mr. and Mrs J R Umstattd are the guests of relatives at Hanni bal Mrs. A. S. Maddux is the guest of her brother, W liter Erwin at Des Moines, Iowa For Sale Strictly good timothy and clover! seed mixed will sell Imm 1 to 50 bu See me before you buv A. L Nash THE IOWA Cream Separator Closes IS k immcr Liijhtcst Running Easiest Cleaned You can pay more mon ey for a separator but you cannot buy a better separator than the Iowa. for na'e only by Wade 6c Dawson If Mi ! tiliso 1SSUKI) EVERY TUESDAY. I II'J!'MAY, AND SATURDAY vomroe City, Mo.. Tiihrs'iw Ukch 1 . I'M 7. ! 1 cd In U .i i ' 111 tin - i h .V m ,r. i t. ' IT!!. .. tit Mi : i . lion, that wi Ii -;. cts the he in this cummiini' iVe in t V : I i -1 1 , .' y ll...! III I -re- ! lit; statciniiit is ln.e In a he proved by giviiu; u- a lair in J. That we are bitter i quipped ate! do better work, especially on l.irte at d l particular jobs, itain the rivi-ran" or , even "better than the nc: me" c'ou",r' "mce i? ' la"e ad in ,,K' '",,,,'' ',l,!'"r Nl,t on, ,1",t- b " w, ou' bu,n MW "''' '"r 1,11 iieuuriiiiriua lino ioomiimo!; on inn old work all (he (itne If you are a true Missniirian and doubt these statements, come up at any tune and let us "SHOW YOU " R, V. Graham is in St. Louts on business. Class No 5 of the Methodist church served dinner at W, C. Morse sale Tuesday, The ladies denied twenty riollarr. Miss Brudshuw of Uuionville has accepted a "asition as a trimmer with the McCurty Mercantile Co. Mrs Elmer Janes returned to Han nibel Wednesday after a two weeks visit with her father W, C. Morse. Her brother Willis Morse acronipan ied her homed for a few days visit after which he will goto Illinois to make his home Mr Morse will leave tomorrow for Illinois to make his home. Miss Beulah Sitnins returned yesterday from an extended visit with relatives in Oklahoma. Trustee's Sale Whereas J D. Erwin and Mary J Erwin, his wife, bv their certain ,r" '"e" "',' lourtnmiu day of June, 1910, anil recorded in the Recorders office, within and for th nuts of Monroe and state of Missouri, in deed of trust book Hi at page a".", conveyed to J (! Doug las, a- trustee, the following describ ed realestale, situate. King and be ing in the county nf Monroe, state of Missouri, to wit. l ots twi my foiit (21). iw. niy fi vi (2."i), twenty six(2(l). Hinck (?) . in H.uiey': Addition to Moume City. Missouri, nivnriling to Hie recorded plat thereof hieh sai-l conveytilieti was luaite ill trust to secure the payment of a certain promissory note ill said deed of trust described, ami. Whereas def nilt has been made in payment nf said note anil interest thereon, in accordance with the pro visions of said deed of trust, and at the request of the legal holder of said note. I will proceed to sill the above described real esti.te nt the east door of the Post Oflieein Mon roe City. Cotintv of Monroe and state of Missouri to the highest bid der for cash, at public uu-lion, on Saturday the Urd day of March 1917. between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, to satisfy said note and the costs of executing this (rust. J. G. Douglas, Trustee StUeH storleil Society f I w 1 I I ills lit .ei- " . : , v III' '.( i'i- 'I' I''! .-: S" K la-t H ' 'In .-'... ll.- ...- In . Ii nit a la! :: , Ni a London and w i- a re- .;- : ui- iur thirty y a s. o : gae.i l in the muling ba-ai'-s- wo1- I in lias rill About fifteen years ago he ttiu .j to a farm in Aialriati County o. i remained there until 1001. wh o le Pinuvid to Renick, six runes h of Moherly He resided tin re tin: .1 death lu UifiO he was married to Miss Sarah J Conch, who preceded In-n in death by nine years To mourn his death he lei vi -foiir ilaughters i.nd two sons: Mis Margaret Marsnall, of Mis.s, Mi Ague- Elisor, ol Ri nick: Mrs I t ,, Ridings, of Van Nuys, Cat.; Mis Ella Woods', of Houston, Texas ui.'i Heiity E. Megewn, of Hannibal and Sam Renick. Four brothers and two sisters, George Megnwn, of of Qan.cy; Robert Megown, of this city; James Megown. of Wvotnii g. Tom Megown, of Spalding Spring-, Mrs Sarah Cough, of Spalding Springs and Mrs. Julio Longwell. of Columbia The following from out of tow:, attended the funeral: Mrs. Mar nt Marshall Mrs. Agnes Elisor. Mrs Ella Woods. H E Megown Sain Megown, George Megown .uni Tom Megown. Funeral Service Friday The Funeral Service over the re mains of William H. Frederick whir died at his home in this city Mon day afternoon will be held Friday afternoon at 200 o'clock at Andrew Chapel Rev. Sam P Gott will con-! duct the services ; Entertoinic A B. C Card CluL Mrs Roy- Vleri.vether entertanie I tn members of the ABC card club Tuesday afternoon as usual the ladies. spent an enjoyable even in .. Business Transaction. J. F. G' urge and I.. F S'e e have purchased the brirk liv barn from Nnei H .rr ai d will ic ve tbeir garage .i that ilaee in. it e diati Iv . Mrs. Da" harp is visitiiu hi r daughter. Mrs. (i Leake at Hum' well W. W. Tate, wife a i l !e:' y v - ' id in I ', 1 1 1 1 1 v r I I in'sil iv I or Sals 1 can save you tinaiev mi ' ' tiiiiuthy anil cover seed tt i i x . Si e me befiire yon buy. A L Na-li Let the Democrat print it rid t. AGED FARMER Made Strong and Well by Vinol TliiH truer proves there ia nutloni? njual to Vinol to create strength tin weak, run-uvn conditiona. Vcatal U'ntre, N. V. "1 am a far mer 74 years of ue and ir.it into a weak, riin-duwii comlilion u.s u n-sult if the (Irinpi'. Our ilrujrvist nuirisU'ij Vinol to I'liilit me up aint I n.itii'iJ mi improvi-nn'iit s,n after Inking and it huii restored my sinnirth 1 tan now do a irood day's mirk. M wife has also taken Vinol for a run down eonditiun with, splendid results. 11. W. Umu. L. M. WOOD Drurtiit Monroe City, Mo. AT. r 47 ' 1 , .. .. . ;:;i ' . tigar. .,' at iiuw- I l.-wrll : - I' nut of I i. 1 1 t . i v audi i ir Lake- 1 1 tiali ('I .1 . Mr W, f' ,i ..ii .. ,r .,.., Siui- ..' iv 'Mi ! :ativ es here i' '- ir me Arnoldy i-i : -or at-., a tn their i ' ' a.i.! ' i;n::i -. Snadav The ' i! ii r of i in. laitera i: a 1 : I ' v i.i tiriiii.'','. well 'ili. -I : i ! and at t tie i, iniur I elli-i-ie.ls ' 1 1 1 II i r was served. I I e, 'i' n' w re l. l n I. lie.' and 'a ii y I'nilip Arn .lily and family Tate A mi 'i-iy, wife ami j milter, D .rnt!i' , I !i 1 1 A'ii illy, wife and I It Mot" . V' , ii ini- an I latnil- ('has tnry at,. I fiiiniiy. A ill Elliott ! ii a 1. 1,.;; nt)'! Mis.s Mane Ken i ira-k -p'-bi Sunday with Frank K i.ai it k an. I w ale t Will 1 minus is moving his house i Ill goods tu Clapper We regret o io-e t liese guo l prnple, but wish 'ii. hi i " bin'v in their new home. ! Vac ilit'igin w is a ll nmibil j v isi ur Kli tiaay . Mi.-s tj.itie Hen. lux and brother Levy r. : ;;,-.') tn their Inline Mon iav after a weeks vi-at with their si-tet. irs. Errett Roland family. Mrs. Susan Roland arrived home Sunday after an extended visit wit a In-r daughter, Mrs. Marvin i ir::... . tn ar illicit. V 1 ate Arnoldy and daughter i roinv -ii tit Moud.iV tlie guest of tier -isii-i. Mr-. Perry Hays, ill l ': ri" Ii. iv Km. Ira k and family spent sii'.'i n at the imine of I'iniis Keti iltl k n .! n if.-. 1) me Fit ..er was I : .lU-acliug i la M IT' e City I ae.s.lay. ;.. ; ;i-..- W - l-wurtti A'-at to It i . i, . 1 y -t. r I .;. lor i v-.' with h tlef I . , . ' r. ft. .in E y ' r , . ; Mrs. .1 I. I I . : i' i'i. !- . r . - i . . I !- s" : i .! wife Ii .ve moved : lit-,- Ii mi- ,ii y .Junes, of -v V. fh is v t -e " r. - . M. : r r. , : aid : 'I "i A- . Hi is Mrs I-!-.', r' tie i ie.-. r and d itivli'er. 'i-s Kvi !vn ;.re visitim 1 I Kiy aii'l w f,' ,,t I'ellV Mrs Henry Hannisti r, of Moiits vtlle atteti-.le l the funeral of .S is. M ick (ir. enat hi: pi ice Mninlay. Miss Her' h i Di'-rks spetit Tues day in Hannibal. Ruben Howell and wife, of Woodland speii' Tuesday at the home of the lalters parents, R. F. Stoddard and wife. Mrs. Howell is still compelled to walk on crutches. She run a needle in her font about eight weeks : and has had a serious t.tne since .hen.