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   Moberly Democrat (Newspaper) - July 27, 1919, Moberly, Missouri                                PA G72 MO DEMOCRAT SUNDAY JULY 27 19lD THE MOBERLY DEMOCRAT EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY the f K Lowell entered at Postofflce at Moberly ai clra mnl matter Telephone Jfo MISSOURI FARMS JUST how high farm lands are go ing 10 go no one can now poslitvuly ptodkt A big tract sold a few days ago in lova for six hundred dollars iwerf Those1 high prices in Iowa arft driving farmers of that state in to Missouri where they can buy good for onefourth or onefifth of j thai price That this groat increase in the price of land is going to work a revolution in farm msthods goe Without proving Kvery foot of sucb jraisd must lie made to yield some Economical and scientific farming must be employed if returns arc secured on these prices No doubt we will soon seevscftrfpbrjiition farming much in vogue This means a con solidation of capital and brains Wasteful method be plimindited and successful systems Juil management installed This Tmvans that the slovenly farmtr like fh3 careless and nonadverlising mer thriint will have to go The high of farm lauds is going to pui hit or miss farmer out of business ami system and science will take his place Afain of farm lands has come fact is Missouri lands have never recedad in value Their safeTiasvat ttTTi5Kbeen at standstill but the value never went back The man who lost mon purchasing Missouri lands can be found It is therefore not that the price continues to and these investments con to grow in favor That land in Iyii9souri will in duo time be as high or higher than Iowa lands is not a wild prediction land as productive if not more so than Iowa and it will produce more varie ties of crops and the many degrees milder So our buy land in this country just nnd the army demand has been reduced by demob ilization A few hides of someprof iteers hung on the fence might cut down the price instead of allowing the raise on any such flimsy pretext Joseph Observer parly or anv of itsprinciples dpjiqt believe therehasbeten a I real democratic spesehmade in two years If there is a Hieetihg of clem I ocrats the time is taken up by some j thing entirely extraneous to party and jLs promotion nd success It j is difficult for any democrat who bo i lieves in his party and its principles almost as he does in his God and the Bible with compaisancy the present conditions and the probable succoss of his piirty SOME time ago the head of the clothing profiteers announced that tho ordinary business suit would cost from to next year because the people were ready to that piice Now comes along the head of thR shoe trust and says that shoes will be from to for the same reason There are millions of hides THE wheat yield in Nebraska turns out to be almost double that of windy Nebraska neversaid a Kansas screeched all spring and up utftil the crop was Joseph Ob server ALL the stock exchanges in the country are passing resolutions in the interest of the big packers and insisting that the packera monopoly stell not be curtailed or curbed in any way What else be expected These exchanges are owned bag and es by the packers and compelled to do anything this insidiousbunch dic tates They come TO ightypieaY being bigger than the government now and it is going to be monster task to curb thsir avaricious ambitions anft inordinate greed 1NLESS more dwelling houses are built there is no possibility of this city increasing in population Every duelling is now occupied and the on ly way a house to live in can be so cured is ro buy one If something is not done iroberly is at her maxi mum in population It is not a for tunate situation to con template and is badly hampering Moberlys growth i A Qplumbte professor says he hopes now tijat the women aretp vote that a better voting place will be found than a garage We suppose he will expect the voting to bo done in a parlor and everybody wear kid loves a Prince Albert coat and scratch the ticket with a gold pen UNLESS the democratic party does something to effectually put a to the profiteering in the ne lessitios of life in both food and aimcnt it had as well not attempt to another ticket in either state Dealer in sugar say there s more feugar in the country than over was known and yet the price ocs higher and higher The same s true of liydes and shoes continue to advance in price by unheard of tounds The party in power is held esponsible for all these conditions nd therefore will have to suffer the There seems to he nobody looking after the interests of To Smoke or Xot to Smolcc London by smoke is arousing discussion among clergymen as a re sult of a question asked at a recent convention of Methodist to whether it isCuristianlike for min istersto smoke It all depends oil what you smoke1 said one minister I smoke a ctgar tothe glory of God Rev F C Spurr Regents Meth pdistchurchVrconfessed he smoked a pipe iiihis study biit didnt thinkjt wise for ministers to smoke in piib Auotheifavors it for the that a good smoke helps to geta maus 1 havent smokedis dozen cigarettes in my life said Br F B Meyer and that was In Turkpy where it would have been an great discourtesy not to smoke wiWi your host But I dont object to smoking if by so doing a minister can get nearer to a mans soul MONROE COUNTY NEWS looses the First Roiuid itttoruey General Frank W McAl lister lostthefirst round inhis at tempt tOjhave the Federal Migratory Bird Law declared unconstitutional Judge Abra S Valkenberg of the federal court handed down an opin ion declaring the law constitutional and refusing the application of the attorey general to have Ray P Hol land V S game warden and his dep uties restrained from enforcing the law against sportsmen Mr McAllis ter two other Paris business men and one from Kansas City ara at present considered violators of this law Mc Allister has said that howouldcarry the case to the United States su preme court if defeated in the lower courts He maintains thatthe law is an infringement o the states police powers and is in violation of thefed eral constitution ios Plentiful iincl The biggest blackberry crop in county is being picked and marketed They are selling at 60 cents a galloh Par is Mrs J H McGinnis has gather ed and put up 120 quarts Being busy in the Ixarvest farmers have permitted townpeople to gath er their berries charging them 25 cents a gallon Pnd berrying parties in carloads to the country Rev Colborn gathered 20 gallons pays s Tuesday Monday Sells 50 Xoiiti Hay a Col S R Major sold 50 tons of liay to the ParissCustom Mill Satur day at ton It was grown on the SO acres of land just north of the Ike Johnson place for which Sam paid last flail The cost of cut ting hauling and baling the 50 tons was about leaving Sam a bal ance of as interest on his in vestment to say another of something like 12 tons of hay neaztitfid Gzr Relieved His Jlliclimatic Pains J N Adams of Dublin Ga had j been so crippled up with rheuitui1 tism that he could not go about and I Farmer Cleans U attend to his farm work Let him Milt Householder sold his 140 tell it I spent from thirty to forty fcre farm south of Long Branch dollars for a remedy guaranteed to cure rheumatism It dirt no more good than so much water iug Chamberlains liniment I can move about without severe pains When you have rheumatin pains giva It will do this liniment a trial good MRobinson Saturday for making a profit oC in just Since us1 months of ownership He bought the farm last spring at an acre The salo to Mr Robinson was made at The farm is a good one and nicely improved you Peoples Lauo will not pot their new collection delivery plan into operation ui some later The Shinuiiic Here The shimmie dance sonicthiug like that which the name suggests made its first appearance at Paris Friday night Spectators describeit as a cuoss between a jump and a wig gle beginning with a closeup merging into a gelatinous quiver and ending in a fadeaway Guy Moss toChicago Guy Moss who lias been a valued employee of the Paris National Bank for over a year past has accepted a position with the Sinclair Oil Com pany at Chicago and will go to that city the first of the month There is no more popular or capable boy in Paris Success to him Paris to Hiive CutOut OrdinaJicc At last Paris is to have a cut out ordinance City Attorney Fill1 ler is now at work on it arid it is to be rigid No other town has endured thfs nuisance so long KVJERY nOLJjAlt IiOAVlSO U JS PKOTKCTEf S iiiK Russia Assistant orciftii Nations Iitoliu Will Pay Says Sccrefcuy of Trc Washington D C July Ev ery dollar of loans and credits ad vanced by the United Statesto for eign countries including Russia is amply protected by securities and be paid in full K CVLeffingwell assistant secretary of the treasury told the house committee on expend SPECIAL VACATION SALE REXALL DRUGSTORE One week only July 28th to August 2d Purchase two articles of the sale goods and get one Free Talcum Powder Face Powders Cold Creams and various vacation i i requisites Burton 319321 Reed Street EtetlCost is the Only Go The fivepassenger Linwood1 modelpfiers ing example of the low will be very agreeably surprised tolearn how little it coststooperate yeatin and year out fi v V A oil all you need to supply We have taken the pains to make pur cars staunch and sturdy so nothing to fear from repair bills or excessive depreciation With 3 Paige first cost is the only cost PAIGEDETROIT MOTOR CAR CO DETROITMICHIGAN ROY QUINN YATES MO Service Station fennelsGarage 201205 West Coates Street Moberly Mo tvires in the state department Leflingwell denied that sug gestion had been made by oflicial oi foreign countries regarding the cancellation oi loans On the other hand he said France has made a specific denial that any Ill ing otslch a nature would be con sidered A TEXAS The Texas Wonder bladder troubles dissolves grav el cures diabetes weak and lame back rheumatism and ol tte kidney bladder in botb men and women It not soldby your druggist will be sent by mail on re ceipt of One small bottle it two months treatment and often cures Send for sworn Dr E W Hall 2926 OliveStreet MARKS KOtt SALE AKK OVKE1USD AT 7W CENTS Aiistrijli Kronen WorUi to Cents Ac of that of the 10000 before thewar Bankers are advertising 100 mark cnecks payable i in Ger many for and 100 kronen checks payable in Austria or Investment Banker With the reopening of trade rela tions with Germany investment brokers are advertising marks for sale at 7 12 cents and Austrian kronen at 4 cents Before the war these moneys were worth 25 and 20 cents respectively This great depreciation of the value of GEiman money means that 10000 marks exchanged before the war for would not bring the owner SGOOO marks Greatly in creased prices in Germany however probably would make the purchasing power of tlie 8Cooo less than or German banks to the creditof the purchaser Clumibcrlaijis Colic Diarrhoea Every family should keep this med icine at liaud during the hot weath er of the summer months Itis al most sure to be needed before the summer is over and when that time comes is worth many times its cost It has 110 superior for the purposes it is intended Buy it Mrs Ellen Harvey went toColum bia last evening to visit friends over Sunday THE TATE FAIR Its a Bear of a These Attractions Tell Why FEATURE HARNESS RACING AUTO POLO AU TOMOBILE RACES BANDS BALLET BATTLE OF ST MIHIEL GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS WAR TROPHIES LIVE STOCK SHOW AGRICULTUR AL DISPLAYS EXHIBITION OF FARM MACHIN ERY WORLD AT HOME SHOWS OUTDOOR VAUDEVILLE ISSOURI FAIR AT SEDALIA August Like Itl   

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