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Carpenter's Complete ! Bakery J Monroe City can now boas: of one of the Best Equipped Bakeries In Northeast Missouri. The class of goods now furnished by Carpenter's Bakery is as Good as in the Cities. lie makes a specialty of Fancy Pastry such as Almond and Cocoanut, Maccaroons, Cream Puffs and Eclairs These can be furnished on short notice and will be convenient for those who entertain. Orders are taken for any kind of cakes. Carpenter's Cream Bread is guaranteed to give satisfaction and is made in 5 and 10 cent sizes; his whole wheat and home made bread is fit for a king. If you buy Carpenter's bread once you will become a regular customer. L. C. Henderson was at Laclede Monday. F. F. McGee was at Shelbinn uesday. Miss Dee Hampton was a Hanni bal visitor last Friday. Mrs. Ada Eakle of Quincy. was with friends here Tuesday. Dr. Rutledge urday. visitor last week W. R. P. Jackson transacted bus iness at Paris Monday. Ben Wunch, Will Shannon and A. F. Griffith of Hannibal were in Monroe Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Starrett is spending a few days with relatives and friends at Shelbina. Mrs. Annie Krump and daughter, Miss Lutie, of Paris, visited Monroe relatives first of the week. An officer of the Volunteers of America spent several hours in Monroe Tuesday. A little girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Utterback yesterday. For y..r 1911 1 can otter MISSOURI STARLIGHT .4 4 to tne puDuc service a REAL DRAFTER of the best breeding and individuality my judgment dictates. You must not fail to see Missou ri Starlight, one of the best jacks in the State of Missouri; I claim for him a place second to none. Gabarret 51842 (70465) TO BREEDERS OF DRAFT HORSES. Never in the history of the horse business have good horses sold V JhKp f hon (at- rha nrooanf fr i m a j'Vlllglltl U1U11 WIWi W lilts, 1 rita better the higher the price and having the interests of the business at heart I have purchased one of the best Imported Percheron stal lions that money could buy. GABARRET No. 51842 (70465) is a dark iron grey, foaled April 15, 1906, is 16J hands high, weighs over a ton, with the bone and proper ( draft horse conformation, Gabarret is one or tne low down, blocky Kind has been tried and is a sure breeder. MISSOURI STARLIGHT is a black jack, coming four years old, 15 hands high, standard measure, black with white points, has as large a bone, big head and ear as can be seen on any jack. I have colts on the farm that show how he breeds. He was sired by Tennessee Giant, one of the best - mule and jennet jacks in Tennessee or Mis souri. Dam was by Belle Fonso. 2na dam Alice Barlow. Continued pedigree of Gabarret and Missouri Starlight may be seen at the barn. i BARN AT ELY, MARION COUNTY, MISSOURI BOTH PHONES. uiamp uarK has made good in his Congressional career. He ha faithfully served the people and has demonstrated his ability as a leader A recent dispatch from Washington says that his star for the Democrat i'c presidential nomination has risen well above the political hori zon within the last few weeks. Many are outspoken for him and Clark delegates are in sight. The Missouri delegation are not saying very much. Senator Reed will be loyal to Folk. James Smith, W. H. Elliott, A. Meyer and Wm. Hamilton attended a meeting of the Independent Tele phone Companies of Adams Co., Ill Marion, Monroe and Ralls counties. The Independent people have done much for the large number of tele phones in use and for the cheapness of the cost of the service altho the service given by the Independent! is the best G. W. Stewart and moved to Sedalia. family have was at Canton Sat- Miss Ruth Haney spent part ast week at Hannibal. of GOATS I have for sale 250 An gora goats at $2 50 per. Dr. W. T Rutledge. Miss Stella Lawson spent Friday and Saturday with friends in Pal ! myra. j The latest news from Nicholas Osbourne at the hospital in Quincy 1 is that he is doing as well as could be expected. Mrs J. C. Hayden returned last Miss Bess Gosney was a Palmyra : Friday to her home in Orleans, Neb after spending several weeks with T. B. Hayden and wife. Miss Mattie Bess Shearman of the Stoutsville school, and Mrs. W. F. Botts. of Santa Fe were the Rush Turner was at home part of the week from St. Louis where he is attending a Medical College. George Tucker was here from Moberly Sunday visiting C. M. Smith and family. Born April 26, to Mr. and Mrs Virgil Shearman of Hannibal a son Mother and babe doing well. Lost- pocket -On Tuesday, April 18, book containing $10 bill liberal reward. Leave at Democrat Mrs. Jennie Yowell was operated on at yuincy yesterday tor some kind of throat trouble. R. V. Graham went 'to St. Louis and brought back a dandy E. M. F. 30 Car. guests ot W. E. Shearman and fam- y in this city Sunday. The following parties from Pal myra and vicinity attended tne funeral of Mrs. Eva Young here Monday: Thos. McRenolds, Mr. Mc- Christie, Mr. Hanies, John Libbee. Harry Phillips, Phillip Feaster and Mrs. Hugh Henderson. At the Monroe City Fair poultry will receive special attention and very liberal premiums will be given on all kinds of pure bred poultry. This is as at should be as the poul try business is increasing every year and brings more money into the community than any one kind of stock. Frank Smith who went to Colo., two or three weeks ago, writes to his father. J. F. Smith of 'his city, that he is holding down au $1800 job and is well pleased with his sur- toundings. Frank has the best wishes of a host of friends here who are glad to here of his prosperity. Mrs. Ethel C. Stansbury, Won.hy Grand Matron and Miss Genieve Wyatt, Worthy Grand Lecturer, met with Monroe Chapter No. 48, Satur day evening. The ladies are en thusiastic workers for the Eastern Star Mrs Isa le Greening mi daughter Mrs. John Hurd of near Perry, were the guests ot their Head, Mrs. Bell Vanschoaick in the this city for a few hours between trains yesterday. They had been visiting relatives a-id friends at Hunnewell for sever al days. TERMS: ) Gabarret 51842 (70465) $12.50; Missouri Starlight 10.00 r 5 ar- i -T A - r. l.i ar to insure a living colt, money due when mare is parted with or leaves neighborhood. No insurance in second party's hands; lien retained on colt (for service fee. Care taken to prevent accidents but will not be re- ii 8ornsiDie snouia any occur. Do not compare this horse and jack with the little kind with no breed- The ladies of the Century Club gave a Victor recital at the Gem Theatre Sunday evening. A large audience was present and the en tertainment was one which greatly pleased. The Economy Store will actually give away a handsome 41 piece dinner set Saturday Apr. 29. Se cure your tickets for a front seat before the rush. Four cars loaded with United States soldier, passed through Mon roe on the Burlington a few days ago bound for the Philipines. Come and see this stock and their colts before breeding elswhere is all ask. , V:. 5-4 HannibaL A. J BOARClAFJii Jasper Henderson is in New York City this week on business connect ed with the poultry business. Mrs. S. T. Pollard and daughter, Miss Nellie.'' spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Quincy and Monuments. Miss Alma Vaughn of Paris, was the guest of her uncle A. B. Vaughn in this city Saturday. Mrs. J. F. Renshaw and daughter Miss Georgie, spent the day at Pal myra, Saturday. . Tandy Gentry of Hannibal, was with homefolks here, a short time Sunday. Mesdames T. B. and J. C. Hayden were the guests of relatives and friends at Clapper last Thursday. W. B. Spalding was called to Hun newell last Friday by the illness of his mother. Mrs. Bert Lange and children, after a few weens visit with rela tives in Monroe, left for their home in Stewartsville, Saturday. Dr. C. A. Noland shipped a Buff Rock cockerell to New Albany, Ind., and received from the party a let ter in which they said they were greatly pleased with the bird. Dr. Noland has several very fine birds of which he is very proud. I Five St Bernard pups Enquire of J. O. Corad. for One of our leading seed corn grow ers says: "Shelling seed corn care fully by hand is profitable. The greater the acreage planted the greater the profit Into a shallow pan or box each ear should 'be shelled separately, rejecting any worm eaten or blemished kernels. If the supply from the ear appears good, contains m poor kernels; it is noured into the general supply and sale.1 another ear shelled in the same ' way." Memphis Reveille. Merchants! When you get in a new line of goods you ought to let the public know it through the columns of the newspaper. A Greencastle woman went to Kirks ville last week and bought a lot of goods that could have been bought here but she told her neighbor ihe know they kept them here. Green castle Journal. Several people from Monroe at tended the closing exercises, last Wednesday evening, of the Barr school taught by Miss Alice Harri son. All report an enjoyable time and are profuse in their praise of the delightful entertainment pro vided for the guests by the teacher and pupils. Miss Harrison has proven herself a most excellent teacher and the Democrat congrat ulates her upon her success. Miss Nora Jamison has received a number of very interesting photo graphs from her uncle at Douglas. Arizona. The photos were made quite recently and show some grew some sights during the fighting be tween the Mexicans and Rebels near Douglas. There are also some amusing scenes showing the Mexi can populace, mostly women and children seeking safety on the American side of the line. One photo shows a family with their worldly possessions loaded on a cart with the parrot cage on top and-' drawn by a diminitive burro. Other families. If they had a cart, didn't take time to hitch up but were hurrying to place themselves under the protecting arm of Uncle Sam.