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One of the Strongest Features Yet Produced. Staged by the Itala Company. Mounted on Two Dig Reels.. flo aoidl J? A. CASH STORE NEW FALL SWEATERS ON SALE For Men, Women and Children. Larger assortment than ever and prices the lowest on record. All new goods, all sizes and styles to suit everybody. See the new Knit Sets, consisting of Toque, Scarf and Muff to match. Pretty, serviceable and inexpensive. Our lines of Suits, Cloaks, Dresses and Skirts are here, and are selling more of, them every day. Come in before yours is gone. We have the best assortment we have ever shown and are positively selling them cheaper than ever.' We can save you money on ; any garment you buy. The same things are here that the city stores show. We buy them from the sme manufacturers, but our much lower expense of doing business enables us to sell way under them. Buy here and you save that difference. Special Sale Tin New Changeable Silk Petticoats, all shades, special price; $2.98. t Now is the time to buy that Tailored Skirt. We can fit anybody. Special values as. low as $2.00, as high as $15.00 II Try Carpenter's bread. D. D. Melson's house for rent Apply to Mrs. J. LOweo, Seed " wheat for sale, clean. no cheat- Edward Longmire. J. H. Whitecotton transacted bus iness in this city Monday. For Sale-Good seasoned wood. - Leek Melson. Bell Phone 71 tf Mrs. James Davis has been with friends here during the past week. ror oaie-o gooa mucn cows au giving milk. Wm. Madden. 9-14 J. T. Spalding, and wife left Tuesday to visit their son in Kan- Mrs. Mary H.; Ely has gone to Novelty to visit her son, : A. C. FJy. ;- .. A. W. Scobec, ycf Stoutsville spent Sunday with friends in this city. ; ; ' ' . ( v ;. Mrs. Tol Smith visited friends , la Shelbina several . days last ' weeL ; , ". " - One negro shot and killed anoth er ia a difficulty at Hannibal Tues day. . L 0. Wilson, and wife and R. A. Grimes and wife are visiting in HannibaL , C. 0. Erwin, of Brookfleld visited his mother, Mrs. J. D. Erwin in this city Monday. LGet one of Southern &. Spalding's atest Books and enjoy the leisure of the evening. k :i i J i - a. ' i u i - . e special ruuu uisinui suouiu oe organized at once. We must im prove the roads. Mesdames J. H. McCIintic, Jas Elliott and Carroll Jackson were in Quincy yesterday. ' ' : The W. C. T. U. will conduct a bake isale at Wade & Dawson's store Saturday, Sept. 23. ; OlPSQf, U Mil Band Concerts. During the summer the Monroe j City Band, which is composed of fourteen of our best and most pop- alar young men, has been giving free concerts every Saturday even ing. The young gentlemen are very thankful to the business men for the financial interest taken in the Band. The boys ere appreciative and they gave the people some very fine music and in fact the band is a great credit to Monroe City and our citizens soouid is every way encourage the boys. . A good Band such , as we have here U of great benefit to any town aad in this Monroe is fortunate indeed. Oysters at Carpenter's. The DEMOCRAT prints sale bills right ; : . , Ask Carpenter about fresh Oys ters. " Qumcy . Schafer&v Tip Top. Bread at ' LabadLake was a visitor yesterday. New London 100 Latest Popular Copyrights at Southern & Spalding. Mrs. H. J. Kent is visiting 0. A. Brown and family at Hannibal. Do you want spicy reading. Step in and see Southern & Spalding. A good gravel road must be built from Monroe City to Philadelphia. W. M. Carrico and daughter, Miss Mayme are visiting at Beloit Kan. For Saie Ilinoy Heater, used two years. In good repair. Mrs. Georgia Beshears. If you want anything in the printing line give the DEMOCRAT a coll - ' 'v; ' " ' " For Sale. ' - 6 room cottage with good barn and outbuildio&j. Bargain if tak en at once. J. S. CONWAY. J State rail Stock and Corn. Judging j Contests. ' . ; r Any farmers son who wishes to enter either the Live StocVor the Corn Judging contest at the Mis soun State Fair should send his name and application immediately to.Secretary John T. Stinspn, Seda lia. Mo. - In the Live Stock contest $225 mi . win oe aistriDuted in lb prizes, which includes a $50 cash scholar ship in the Two Year Winter Course in Agriculture beginning November 1, 1911. Any farmer's son. under 25 years of age who! has pot at tended an Agricultural college is eligible. Contestants, must report at the Judging Pavilion on the Fair grounds at 8 a m. Monday... Octo ber 2nd. ""' ' " !; ' : In the Cora Judging . contest, $190 will be awarded in i 1 prizes one of which is a $50 cash scholarship to the Two Year Winter Course in Agriculture for the term beginning November 1st. Any farmer's son under 20 years of 8ge who has not attended an Agricultural college is eligible." . Contestants must report to the Agricultural Building . on the Fair Grounds at 10 a. m. Monday, October 2nd. . - j For Sale. ' 6 room cottage with good barn and outbuildings. Bargain if tak en at once. J. S. CONWAY. Mrs. J. J. Brown spent., part of the week with her son, OrviJle and family at Hannibal. " " Mrs. T. E. Hardesty and little daughter are the guests of. Hanni bal friends i. Fresh Oysters at Carpenter's. Try the DEMOCRAT from now until Jan. 1 for 25 cents, , After an extended visit with old friends in this city, Poland Hays departed yesterday for his home in Scotland, Texas. , . - Garth Elzea, Warren Fuqua, I Francis Longmire, Lewis Bell and Lyon Gardner are Monroe High j School boys who are attending the j State University at Columbia. Since the Florida items were put in print we understand that Dan , Violett and Russ Crigler bought of Mr. Jones the Tiechner stock of goods and it will remain at Florida. Mrs. W. H. Nugent returned to her home at Ft. Worth, Texas, Mon day after a pleasant visit with her parents, Jndge and Mrs. W B. Stevens. The ladies of the Grace Baptist church will give a bake sale at Wade & Dawson's store on Satur day, Sept. 30th. To-night the Gem Theater will give its patrons the most highly recommended pictures Clio . and Phyletes, The battle of Pilot Knob will be celebrated at Pilot Knob. Mo., Sept. 26, 27 and 28 by both the blue and the gray. Mrs. G. M. Diemer and babe left Monday for Kansas City to visit Mrs. Diemer's mother. Mrs. S. H. Williams. Clio and Phyletes, Mythological muses at the Gem Theater tonight This is something everybody should see. Mrs. Eliza Sharp, of Liberty, after a few days visit with friends in this city, left for Chillicothe, Saturday. J. S. Conway is building a hand some nine-room residence in me southwest part of town. Books to make you enjoy the long dreary hour3 of the evening at Southern &. Spalding's. For Sale 120 acres Call on or address Charles H. Lefever Route 2, Monroe City, Mo. . 9-28. Miss Agnes Bell was the guest of Hannibal friends yesterday. Carpenter's bakery turns out the bast 4 i n 4 iaiior maoe Clothes Have that Fit and Style that separate you from the mob of ordinarily dressed people. I am showingx all the latest in novel ties including the new shades and designs of Brown and Blue, also anything you might want in the plain and darker Suit ings, x Suits, Overcoats, Come in and look them over, they are sure to please. Lambert Central Business College, Sedalia, Mo. Is filling up very rapidly. If you desire to enter school before the 15th of October kindly write at once and reserve seat Graduates of shorthand and corn bination courses receive positions as soon as graduated. Many placed the past week. If you think of attending any kind of school write us for our ad vice; it costs you nothing and may start your mind on a new channel of thought that will add much to your succeses in Ufa Little Alvin, son of Harry Gones who underwent several serious operations at a Quincy hospital re cently was brought home yesterday and we are pleased to know that there are prospects of his complete recovery. However, his recovery will be slow owing to the nature of the case. Mythology has given the world some of the most interesting per sonages Clio and Phyletes are two quite popular, at the Gem Theater this evening. The makers say this is the best picture ever shown. Mrs. E. E. Kratz was in Quincy Thursday to visit her mother. Mrs. John A. Smith at Blessing Hospital. Mrs. Smith underwent an opera tion for tumor and at last accounts was doing well. Miss Olive Little has resigned her position at E. A. Thompson's store and gone to Bakersfield, Calif. Miss Little is a very popular young lady. The Iron Haud Presented at the opera house by home talent on the evening of Thursday, Sept. 28. Admission 25c and 35c- s ' After a pleasant visit with her grandparents, George Hagan and wife. Miss Mollie Janes went to Stoutsville, Sunday, where she will attend school. $25.00 Up. $25.00 Up. L. Lane.