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l Mere is not t square oui r : ,i : i .. .. .' 'I'M., Editor i X S( N, ( itv Editor, 1 1 H.MB Si.oo PBK bAH nai iifllMM Monroe city, oimI'I'Iuh matt' r. Mo. PHUIWDAY. OCT. 81. 1901. The Need i'..A .-1 I ic nnt 'i nn:iri till! 1 - - Democratic daily newspaper in . .,, J 11 strong raiDuti grant mafmi eitlier Kansas City or St. j ami ready hands: Joseph. Here is something for Men whom the luitofoAoa tiie Democrats of those sections! kill, to think about. Sedalia Demo crat. of Men. A time like this true faith does not l K. . T. Time Table TRAILS OTII. Ha IIHaaaentei Klycr IJlOJ P M. Accommodation 11MB tM- l.. ( Hl KrclKht B!J 11 v, Arcnmtn ..Luton. ... ' ' P 1 1 Buffalo I i KniiB City Flyer i 1 m TKAINH NOHrK ft..UltIIRl Fiver U-l'iOKetiBor ;-..'.. I.. . 1 Freight MAceommo'litttno it Ki: i- i lly l" Buffalo r tllali: 4:'-'. h u. I "i7 p a fci ' p m .".:! am i . pn 1. 1 Sunday. Othera IiallJ K. B: PAIIR, Ab-nt 03 n m ill 1 1 am '.n.lO am US am 1 am K16 am !; am H. & St. Joe Time Table. WEST. No l Fur Kim-H city, St. Joioph ttmaha Kui rii.ki. i nlorado. I'ai Iflct oast, m., st and Ii ji The BnrlluBton-Kofttiern PaclBo Kxtiremi for Northwwrt Nebraiwi Ului k Ilia, Wyoming, Montana Waablngton, Pant Bound, Port laud, from St. LouU .... ..i."Jpm I.'.., t j, I'Hv Ht J I'll. Ml" -ii- and weat Iron, Obtcui U...I III, 111,' V I i.ih ui I'BKiunger to Missouri Rivet mid west, from Mt km an 5 Nebraska, ColorMO i prcs, tot. j h and west from the cast .?ipi ".il Way Freight OOIMG BART. 16 To Hannibal st Louis and cast 56 ToQulwy. fhirago, Peoria, and MlUt, L K. & S. W. , , I' 6 Loral Paaaongw lor Htnmoai nu 6 i."i iil Pai'ngerfot ij'iim s . Peoria ChiCBBO. HI b, K.lN.. points t Local Passenger to Hannibal, at l.onls Illinois, Chicago, Peoria, M. .. . AN. W. points ' Pm r. Wav Freight ... ... ...- pm All trains marked are daily except Baud All oihera dally. .1, L. LYON, Agent Wabasta Time Table Moberlv Mo Eatt Bound Arrive Depart. No. lo Bt Louis Aeoom .oo ui Mo. 12 K C .V. St. L HSJafcS No. 1 Eastern Express J" P No. 6 Mall and Express P So, 6 Buffalo Mall yia Han.) "S.2 No. 1 Atlantic Express ,V. B No. 11 Mmalin Express ' ,." t No. M Local Freight .V.'Opm " To Local Freight t ' a r West Bound Arrive Depart, No. "1 Kansas Cltv Aocom KU am UBt, L, K. 0. . - ,",t' . I Western Express 1:4.) pm qKaM Mall JP" I 1 On aha Kxpress ";:,-,ipl1 7 Patlllo Express 2: .0am 71 Local Freight re lies Moines and Ottumwa Hranch, North Bound Ucparl PtclBO Express K " fl Western Expresa 2n0. p a t ' 71 LKial FrelRht.... :iiam South Hound arrive Not Atlantic Exp ..Kg am ' 2 Eastern Express ISBOp P m t to Local Freight MP Trains marked t run dally except Sunday; All others are daily trains. II. E Watts Pass and Tielet Act. The disappearance of Demo cratic dailies from the great Missouri cities is a matter of little concern. With the ex ception of the Kansas City Times, which was "straight" for a brief period. Missouri has not had a Democratic Platform metropolitan newapaper since 1890, hut the country weeklies and smaller dailies of the state have shown their ability to look well after the parly's In terests without the assistance of the big dailies, whose editor I a) columns, in most cases, are 'controlled by the Counting 1 room. The country newspa pers peoph iOkso opinion and a a dema- rlatteriei who live Mm who will; Men who have honor, in'jn wiit will not lie: Men who ean stand befot gO(BM And damn hi traaeherou without winking: Tall men. UBcrowned, above the fog in iulHe duty and in private think. iBJi for while the rabble, Jwith their tbumbworn eraedii Their large professions and their lit tle deeds. Mingle in gelflsll strife lol Freedom Weeps, Wrong rules the land, and waiting justice sleeps. Dr. J. G. Holland. Buy in Monroe City Buy milk There is in"- fruit om T H Ball. much money m rais- cast, price & Donley's. on Hour at Get Sha rp The Courier Is pleased with the new city hall at Ceutralia MeAllister-Smith. Ii. 11 McAllister, of this city. each the people. The surprised nis many menus, oy have learned to trust being quietly married Tuesday them, and while the city dailies! to Miss rilliemiti1, an accom are read for general news, the plished young lady, of near Stan mm k Co 5 Having formed a co-partnership and rent ed the south room under the opera house we are now prepared to pay the X X Highest Cash Market A X FOE Poultry and HIDES, PELTS And in fact al! kinds of COUNTRY DUCE. Price a: Eggs PRO- editorial department is no long er. as was the case in the long ago, accepted as Democratic gospel. It would, of course, be ad vantageous to the party to have an honest newspaper re presentative in each of the great cities of the state, but by DO means necessary to party success. In 1896 the party's battle in Missouri were fought by the country press. Result, a sweep ing victory. In lilOO victory was again achieved without a metropol itan daily, with the exception ot the Kansas City Times, to defend the party's platform. And this record can be kept up. Money may buy f,'reat newspapers, but it cannot buy the un terrified Democracy of Missouri. Hannibal Journal. Col. Knott commits several er rors. It is customary for both the little big dailys to poke lun at the country press for its class of news, when as a mat- Shiel. at St. Paul's church, Ralls county. Immediately after the cere mony the happy couple left for St. Louis where they will spend I a few days. Ben is one of our promising young men. having been en gaged in the mercantile busi ness at this pi ice for several years, but is now clerking in a store at Shiel. The Graphic extends congrat ulations to this worthy young couple, and may .their married life be a long and happy one. Uunnewell Graphic. I SEE US AND SAVE MONEY. P Hager. The numerous relatives and Iriends throughout Marion, Monroe and Ralls counties will regret to learn, of the death of Prof. Horace Hager, who died Oct. L'.'jth, of typhoid fever in Dallas. Texas at the home of his mother. The deceased was born in Ralls County In 1859, moved to Kansas In 1874 with his facher and family and locat ed near St. Mary's Mission, where he received the greater ter of fact it does not devote as part of his education. Of the Mrs. D. to Paris Mrs. B. E J. Ebey wafc Thursday to Vaughn. called nurse P. A. Rouse writes us to send him the DEMOCRAT to Stroud. Lincoln Co . Oklahoma. Joseph P. head of the was bom in xMo. Smith, the new Mormon church, Caldwell county, Miss Victoria Schobee of Greenlawn was the guest of Miss Viola Leake several days last week. Misses Georgie Gilkisou and Susie Threlkeld. of Palmyra, were visiting Mrs. D. R. Camp bell last week.' R. L. Hayden has returned from Auburn, Oklahoma, where he has been for sometime. He likes Missouri ibucIi better than the Olilalnma country. John Massey promises to oil up his pen shortly and write a iatt..r t,,rtiuA Democrat from Los Anele ma n v Iriends hear from nil California. His twill be pleased to BVa pel erf. acldent to . traveling and Later .men k mi 'iiur- Mm ni oiiusbonut leavu , af Cliumberialn Cone, Kvinvay. ror .me oy much space to John "Smythes red barn as the metropolitan press does to an actresses pug dog. The Colonel forgets, that the business men of America were country boys and were raised on pure milk and the country papers. The leading daily press of the country to day came directly out of the country newspaper office. The rural or country paper today as for 100 years goes where the tlaily paper cannot go to the rural fire side. It goes where pap and mammy read it to the Childien if .they are small, if the children are half-grown tiiev nab it aud read it before pup and mam can get their lingers on it. Its subscribers will know their little home sheet is imperfect, but they ov erlook that because they know it will tell them of .lobn and Sallies happiness they know if Bill and Mary has lost a par ent it will chronicle the fact aud when it says "we are sor- ..... A. ...... ....... 1 ry it is not mcic cai type, but a true expression of the heart. In other words the country press rejoices when its people rejoice, it mounts when its people mourn. Politically it is not for sole-politically it could not be a case of Ksaw and his brother family, his mother, lour brot It ers and three sisters survive him. Horace was intelligent, high minded, generous, a man of exemplary habits, the pride of his mother, who is a sister of Judge Bell of this place. He stood highly as a teacher and leaves a host of friends who deeply sympathize with his mother and family in this sad hour of their bereavement. It certainly looks as if the State Trust ought to add a lit tle more water to its stock. The spectacle of this gigantic "infant industry" showing a profit ot nearly $5 o, 000, 000 on the six months' business just ended and that noth withstand inr it was during those six months the great strike occur red. is not one thai is likely to prove of benefit to the Republi can party. After the all too realistic pictures we have seen of the suffering among laboring men caused by the strike and the comfortless, cheerless and crowded condition of the labor ers' homes even before the strike, we. cannot help asking where is the benefit to the Amer ican laboring man which this Government fed 'Infant" la sup posed to work? This is a ques It islirst from I tion the Republican party will The World Grows Brighter And with each succeeding day the stock of Family and Fancy Groceries I At the sv Geo, M, Nichols. Place is being replaced with Fresh and Bright er Goods. Look at the QUEENSWARE STOCK. i CITY DRUG STORE. HEADQUARTERS POR Pure Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Wall Paper, Perfumery, Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco. Car dies. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at X all Hours. J. J. FITZ PATRICK its point of view and that is greater than that of a metro politan paper, because it sees all the greater paper can see . . i - .ii.i t i i- iii-i and then sees u.c iu, , ..... forthem pie that the daily cannot see or Sharp & donley more truly speaking is with the probably have to answer in the next campaign. Trenton Times You want money, we want butter and eggs and pay the For farmers and breeders The Breeders' Gazette published by the J. H. Saunders Publishing Co., of Chicago, is an excellent up-to-date and valuable publi- cation. This year they will ! Don't Waste Tour Money. Buy good soap. Maple City Self Washing Soap is best. All grocers sell it. There ought to be a fine of get out two jjrand special $109 againot ,iny person who numbers, an International Live I kills one of tho e speckled or Stock Show Number and the I redheaded woodpeckers. The Annual Christmas Number. ' growing scarcity of these brids is the main reason why it U ?o I '. mil, , Ini ii Coft liemedy Haecil Hit Bog' Lift. "I believe I saved my (aine year old) bay'a life thin winter wltb (.'hamberlaln'x Cauxli Remedy," mm-. A.M. lloppe, Klo Creek. Wis. 'He wai OOBOkad up with eroup that be could not Kacalc. I gave t to him freely until be vomited and In a short time, be was all right." For nale by U. O. Woo. Bring your eggs and butter to Sharp & Donley and get Hie highest market price. dimcult to grow an orchard in this sec ion, compared with former times. This little bird is un enemy to the apple borer and his life ought to be spared and his tribe; allowed to in crease if possible Ex.