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He Had Been There. j Rice As Food.
"Oh, yei, t tic Ntw Englanders will j Mention is often made of tin make a great time of the coming j muscularity of the Japanese iii," Thanksgiving" said the insurance whose diet rice enters so Iar;el:' man as the st.bject was under j and it is probably quite tru i!m discussion." Yes, ihey are great on ' proves that rice is really a vi, Thanks,i;ivin ." nutritious article of load. Uufoi u "All the relative-! gather for a big nately. we in America lose the iv.-. dinner, d Mi', i hey?" was asked. : food vah-e in th" ri:- wl.U-h i. ' ' Yes My Uncle Ben, up in Ver-' brouht t0 U3' b"CiU,-'t! "lir n'- ' 1 mont. -.'i.thered :) of us at his P"'1"1 111 ""''-T that the gr un urn- oe wime and pretty. im- p..u nutritious part of the grain is lt..-'. i thp polishing process which renvtvo . house last 'i'.'ianlisg.ving.' "What .si inusi have had." "Oh, yes" "And Mie i)u::qie'. lean pict ure it!" "Can you''' "There ws tu:W -y, goi.se, duck, chicken, roust 'n an:': sparerih. There wis mince pi", pumpkin pit! and cid . !--; was a nig cottage pudding i.iid cr.'ml'crry sauce. All it must liaw !i n ;oyul t.asi. "Yes, it was, ' (ryiy n-plied the insurance nun. "iy Un::lc Ben kille(i uii' lour u!.i r;n .sU rs, ins wife made four i-r 'ive i;-Ile iivs am stewed Uj. a pock of prunes, and we sat down m the feast." "But hut 1: was thanksgiving. "Sure, Mike Ii' it iiadn'c been been we wouldn't have go: the prunes." "Aud and that was all?" "All except that after dinner my Uncle Ben took up a collection for the heathen and we chipped in 50 cents apiece. My Uncle Ben was the heathen, you know. Oh, yes New Lnuland Thanksgivings. I've bet. n there " Joe Kerr. Buy coal of Green &. Maxwell They haix'lt the best and now have sorr.e on the track. Don't delay. Ssreni L Son are owners of th old luiiiLle't-.nber .shop. Go there for good work. and Walter Hume Whiteside to do The South Bend Malleable Range And there is a reason for every extra pound of tough steel and enduring malleable iron in it The 3- piy construction makes it wear well and there is t.n extra heavy bracing on the oven, for you must know the Outweighs Them All. v?n is air-tight. The heat epn't jet out and the dust can't get in. There are so many distinctive features peculiar to the South Bend Malleable Range that we have '.om to speak of them all. It's no S3 Peer M moo ft ,ua Wray le.'t Monday so:j:c .. : C. V. tiUile. were transact i:: bal Monday. Mrs. .Viiunic bal has been friends. a: d Lambert Hagan ::: busi'iess in llanni- Umstattd of Har.ni tie guest of Monroe John Owens a..J Elmr Evans were transacting business in Hanni bal first oi the week. We have the best paying business in the City for sale. See Drescher & Woodson. The time to buy coal is now. Send Green & Maxwell your order as they now I ave coal on the track. Mrs. L. F. Be'.i and .'aughter, Miss Agnes, wereQ lincy visitors Monday W. I. Lonmire week in St. Louis. is spending the Ed Bross of Palmyra was a Mon roe visitor Monday. Rush Turner and R. K. Megown were Lannihal visitors Monday. B. F. Furris spent Monday with Hannibal fricids. not only the outer husk but the ric un-ii, which is the albuminous pari. Triis rice meal is brown and not-.-a: tractive to the eye, but chemical analysis shows that it contains ex ceedingly valuable and eani' ('I.ie, ed food elements, Straugu to sa, tins rice meal is exported iu Ci. . land where it is used to fa, ten mal?. Neither the Japanese i I any of the other rice-eatin ntl.;.. ; palish the grain for their a-. a ; I Whoever uses the rice of c ..inc. j expecting it to build up the bo:!;.'' and create force and energy mu . ! remember that" he is eating starchy food, containing no albumen. As a ' starchy food rice is most excellent, : but we can not thrive on the k'nd ! of rice brought into our kitchens as 1 the Japanese do on the natural ; grain. Ex. j She Wasn't Afraid. I i A crowd gathered on the street to j watch a handsome fox terrier that , was running about, nose in air.' White froth was running from the 1 dog's mouth. "He's mad!" yelled a fat man. The fox terrier stood in the center ot the group with wide open eyes, either too mad or too frightened to move. At this juncture the policeman j I arrived. A dozen voices began' to tell him that the dog was mad; that it must be killed; that it had been snapping at the children; that it be gan to froth when it passed a pool of water, and how best to shoot. A tall, quiet-looking woman push ed through the crowd and started toward the dog. A dozen yelled at her. Two or three men grapped at her. She picked up the dog and start ed out of the crowd. The police' man stopped her with: "Madame, that dog is mad. He must be shot Look at the foam coming out of his mouth." "Foam!" she said contemptuously That's a cream puff he was eating .' - St. Louis Post-Dispatch. ; we ym V 4? 4 : ..- lr. ition MaeniflcertNo. 200. large, seamless, Savory roaster, with a capacity for a larce turkey or two large chickens. L.:v at-1 to:.-. 1). oj nta- g IHanges -th Bend Mal leable I is Week v 'iy?"&wKij : h Two large closets, with sanitary drop doors. Reinforced tea shelves. iV7 t.. Large, Haslln Kettle for (tewing, equipped with heavy titmed "New Kink" Pot Ciwer. in it ia a-i he- df(? rfn, Vi'.ih hales p.-wjk! l steamin,-, v.n -:i Is I: ucoJ in p city. Thfs vcajel -ia eqiupr :.! hearty tirv ":J .w KinV o tC.'v. 18 . Copper Handsomely Nickel, plated Home Tel. Kettle, if viljr tin ned on- snide. ,',.J p .3 V. Two PaiJTtt Anti- Burn lnp fnra, 9 fl x 12", roaileecpe- VJ cially for v.U set. mm L ars-t.. Ftiont Anti-Born Crip Pan. 141-2" z 20". . mode especiuSyfor 1 this eel . ml w per Handecni!? Ki'Ve! Somt Coffee Pot. heavf" cm 14-0.2. O.-rp- or. hup le mMMm SffeAff?f Fifteen tffp.M' U)i copper Fines com pletely sur rounded with asbestos insulation. Under asfc-p&n iciiaa7 oi asbestas for aoor insulatioak, waxuning clMet. Large lower Drop into, the store of WADE & DAWSON Any time from November U to 20, 1910. vmasBra sMslssMMIIIslWiWIsllsllsllMlll ill I I ii i -i '---! - .Si.iK.rjrx; You will be served with three: minute biscuits and delicious hot coffee and presented with beautiful Cook Book and a useful souvenir. If you have anything for Bale or trade see Drescher &. Woodson. E. A. Thompson is on the market buying new goods. Mrs. M. A. Greenleaf left Tuesday for El Paso, Texas. Miss Marguerite McClintic was a Hannibal visitor Monday. Street sale at 2:30 Saturday at F. M. Bank corner. R. A. Kirby, manager. Missouri is the leading live stock state in the Union and the greatest source of in come to the farmers is the money received for the live stock sold off the farm. The farm ers of Missouri market annually about 1,400,000 head of cattle. Ii all the sires, used in the production of these cattle were pure bred bee sires the increased value would bi not less than $10 per head or 000,000 of increased wealth for the cattle raisers. The use of pure bred dairy sires with the 500,0O0t dairy cows oi tne state snouid add an average of 100 pounds of butter fajt worth $10,000. The 110,000 head of horses marketed last year, if all had been of high grade draft or coach horse stock, wuld have brought the owner $50 per head more than the scrub, ot $5,500,000 Twenty-nine millions five hundred thousand dollars is the value of well bred sires to Missouri farmers; $29,500,000 is the cost of using the scrub sire. The scrub sire must go. Missouri Farmer and Breeder. Mrs. Porter Patton returned Sun day night- from Olkahoma, City where she has. been for several I weeks. They Did Not Belong. , Miss Laura. Hornback of Palmyra ' The Odd Fellows were to give ah I has been thr guest of her sister j entertainment the Town-Hall one : M8-John Hardy; night. A lady asked little Arthur, ged four years,; whether they were going to the entertainment. "My papa says we can not i be cause we do not Deionsu, ne an swered, i "Oh," said the lady, ."j-ou can go I anyway. Anyoody can go to tms. whether they belong to the lclge or ,; not.1 v i" ' 1 hat's what I told- my papa.!' ) ittle Arthur replied. "We went to tie circus the other day and we Utht belong." The Delineator Us ecember. If you want to buy a farm see Drescher & Woodson. Green & Maxwell have coal on the track. Better buy now. H. Levy is In St. Louis buying goods. . Subscribe for the Democrat . Next to tne wite beater comes the horse beater.- A horse is the most noble and faithful of animals and the man who would abuse his horse has something lacking in his manhood. If you have a farm for sale list it with Drescher & Woodson. With Each Range purchased during-this exhibit, you will receive, free, a complete CA. set of high grade cooking ware; well worth J I V J; An Embroidery Hint. When making the eyelet enj broidery rub white soap on the cloth before passing the stiletto through it. That will give a stSf ness to the cloth which will enable you to make a much better eyelet. Not Worth It A youn negro walked into, the ffice of a prominent lawyer; in Louisiana and said:: "Boss,, I kum to- see you "bout gettin' me a 'vojeement" "What's the matter, John," said the attorney,, "cant you get along with Mary, or have you found some othe& girl you like better?" V The negnx with a grin, admitted that he had found such a girl and asked: .What you goin'er charge me, Mr. Charlie?" "Fifty dollars, John," said the at torney. ' The negro moved uneasily about the office, scratched his head, but did not speak. After a few minutes the lawyer asked: i . "What is the trouble, John?" "I just tell you, Mr. Charlie," said he, "there ain't no fifty dollars diffe rence in them gals" Why mot get the (Best When it costs no more. The place to buy your at all times and for all occasions is at tmcO l?yiiinit y?u u own y j as they handle the BEST and sell at Lowest Prices. ' n v