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K TREES offer for fall l'JOl and stiri Have a 77-YR. RECOUP, built upon Iho Btrong founda tion of duality. The Block v.o oflVr for fall l'JOl and anting 1902 surpasses in qual- Itv tlio rr oduct niv mrtritT aml rK'k ' at all nrttvlniu vent. TT tJ rl I iALIVJUi I .rruuruntco fcafe ar rival, guaranty entire satisfaction. Stakk Fruit Hook free unon request. niv fACU 6BCI1 WCU Mill Want WIT V I AMR A , , , ' n We PAY CASH aalmon. Outfit sent fuek. nlvonS Knm,! v .'.. mr wtva .......... . - Finest Choir In the World. Fhe ciinir at Alexander 8. Petersburg, savs -HANNIBAL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.- Ufa Scholarship 840. .Nu examination required to enter. Individual lnstruc vlon. Weusslstoui pupils In ei caring positions. You can ontor at nny time A'riu? for particulars; aoMrass, I". I.. KKI.I.V, Preahlent, Hannibal . Mo Pan-American Exposition rrnr Am isr aw u.'jfiii XT J" OltkJltA Mas It AND NiagaraFalls wn raits and 1 t line fro.-n Kansas City, Si. Louis and Chicago' To BUFFALO the FALLS;. stop-overs piven at both p.lnts M on a.l tickets. HD Only .("C :rnm !. Uuls, via Jbfrn Mis. " :rossts Oclrnl Elver, Me ot tic mo.t fci.ulitot mtrs of tnvrlca. for DMfrlpfltfl SaUl -. H-tf", . tr-., fn'lnr near. .1 j.' . ( i I. - I ur aSSM M C. S. nun, Qnl l'n. ncrr arl Tl.k.1 Airrnl. ST. Lir: lis - - '.J Log Cabin Pltllosplip' Look out Per de rainy day, but don't put all yo' money in umbrellas. Bf some folks knowed dat de wotT wuss turnin roun' dey'd spend a lifetime makin' brakes ter slop it. You can't reason will a mii!' en le mo1 you beats him, i'e tougher he gils. He's des na cherlly ergln de gover'ment. Atlanta Constitution. It lias been well said that it makes an honest man happy to pay his debts. We are pert ly willing to have all our linquents inure happy and JCt- de we are quite sure that if the sever al hundred people who owe us would pay up we would be more happy. Prof. W. !- Bannister writes a follows from Billings, Mont.; In Storm and Strife. I d atorm and strife The bells or lire Forever keep aringingt In dark ami dawn The heart iiiLr on Forevermore a-aingtng. Still ill t h- nilit Tii sous' sees light A brighter future bringing, Dim tifief in Might, And rainbows bright, And even the storms a-alngrhg!i At lantie institution Keftectlons of a Bachelor. Young hope-; grow into o'd disappointments. The world was made lor man and man for woman The prose of good cooking is ; the poetry of good living. The only thing in the world that a woman can scorn and j yet love is a man. We love women not so much Pryor Paragraphs. One day of humble living for Christ is far better than a Nevskoi wuu.e iiicume wi iouu out emp- William E, Curtis, is Composed ty professions. of about f . : voices in all the Russian mon The Christian cannot use too asteries- When a fine singer a,- much care In malting his life f" mon th,; ""vitiates he conform to his profession. " Mti to J,,e -tery of Al lexinder Nevskoi, where lie is vv- j trained as caref '"v an opera , To accept Christ by faith la I loger. and remains there doing jto accept all that he was and except assisting at the music at all that he did for the race. mass in the morning and vesp. ersin the afternoon, until he becomes aged, when he is retir his ed on a pension. Some of the; are of marvelous Strength and sweetness, and it: is said that every man in the choir can shatter an ord.nary goblet glass Into Fragments by singing into it. so powerful are the vibrations of his tones. The monks are all vegetar ians. They never eat meat. The rules of the Russian church' forbid them to shave, because Christ wore a beard, and their hair is worn long like a worn-j au's. This gives them an un natural appearance, which em phasizes the effect of their sing ing. Unlike ordinary moults, they are fastidious about their appearance, and put up their : hair and whiskers in nailers every night so that It is wavy and curly One of the members of the choir has a chrysanthe mum crop of hair like Pader ew ski's, which is stiff and. kinky and stands out straight from his skull as bio as a bushel basket. Gregorian music onl is in the Russian churches. uus . in lnos , The man who lays up I treasure in liea ven need have no! voices ! fears as to the safety of Ims in vestment. As one sinner destroys much good so one thoughtless deed or word may destroy the strongest ties of friendship. Divisions and schisms among the people of (Jod is a very bad thing at the best but when it assumes a virulent form it is deplorable. This is an age when it seems that almost every man is wor shiping a golden calf of his own creation and in the end it may turn out that he is the greater calf ol the two. For a minister to preach a sermon strongly tinctured with salvation by woi ks and then for the choir at the close of the sermon to sin "saved by the blood" makes an inharmonious fumble of song and sermon that harmony, but no melody, and City Director) Churches 1st. MAPTIST t'l-oaqhinn every Sun noralng and .' . nln in dav school Sl0l4i, ;. y. p, J, i p, in. Sunday, i'rayer nistln Wed nesdaytiverhitf Deauonn meutinn m - pi m. the lam (Sunday t'i uaeh month. I. . I;... ,i. Pftstur. ORACG BAPTI h r Pr6n mil ry sunaay 11 a. in. ami i nu school It; l" a. ; y, Prayer meeting v. n ": I'- ' Busim km uieetinu 1V1 d ly nijrlit after latSuntlay t 7 ::. p, m. Choir practl very Saturday at 7:.to p. in. IV. c. r. Devotional Mealing Fridaj after 2nd Sunday at 2)30, p m. Sunbeam 8. Devotional nesting Baturday after Jml Sunday at 2::j(i p. m. S. M. Kin,., pastor. CHRISTIAN Service eveiy Sunday at 11 a. m. and Stoop, m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Sun day school ui 7. Y. 1. s. ( E, meeting at i p, m. Sunday, ti, i;. Brineyt pator. M. E. CHURCH SOUTH Servlcei very Sunday morning ami evening. Sunday ichool at OiSti, BpworUi Leajfue at H: i j P. Bpworth League at 2::io p. mM Id-week prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Womani Home Mission Society '! Thursday in each month. W'oroana Foreign Mission Society 1 Thursday In each month 8:3o S. S. Mission collection lat Sunday iu each month. Official : Hoard Mei-tiiijj !-t T lay 7.:M p. j m. Church Conference 2nd Tuesday i ":.'ii p. m. Lords Supiier lat -:in-day In each month. Business Meet ' inp Kpworth leniru i 4th Tu 7::w p. tn. I!- . .1 A. Wailea j tor Mi .m: IK CITY 1 1 ! 'UIT, CHURCH, S M fii DtfMoss ; ami 4tli Si ndaj morning evening. Kly, l-i SuntWv Mt non. aaturuaj evening beforu .'ird Sunday, u- llrd Sundai morninu at slinrpsbung, .iru ounua el cm iii: am' da PI sday pas- M. E. - Ziul ami r- uih sun UUg all is pa I hearer, i.iful to the observant "1 like my new place very much j because they are women as that and am also very favorably im ! they are not men. pressed with the West. The A woman doesn't consider climate in this part of Montana j uergelf a good housekeeper un cannot be excelled by any." He jess Bhe discharges the cook to write again in ine three times a dav. promises near future. When we old chaps don't en r i. n... t...... m:.,l tbei vy tne youni; ones it is because DBMOCBAT say that Miss Luel- , we don't really how the young la Hover served brandy tarts j ones laugh at us. to the young lydies who attend - j A woman judges what sort of ed the Chrysanthemum Tea. j business man her husband is by It should have been barbury I the way he decides whether she tarts and they were not at all yot her new hat at a bargain. Intoxicating. The guests of j A woman's idea of a sympa Mrs. Parks and Miss Boyer are j thetic play is where the poor always well entertained. i hero asks the poor heroine's rich father in vain twice in Our children are born to . ewy wt for har bMdf ind higher destinies than their fath- , ft ill i. . . 'j Far 1 ora.- I ll'V Will DC ilWLUirj IU ii i - . -J ' J Don't S poil Your Hand - fjse Maple City Self Washing Soap. It saves rubbing and makes clothes look white as when new. The meat trust is doing its best to make pork a luxury. i Cleveland Leader. The Outlook was the lirst weekly paper to publish an An nual Illustrated Book Number, and for twelve years these Hook Numbers have been specially interesting features of the au tumn publishing season. This year, in addition lo this Annual Illustrated Hook Number. The Outfook publishes two supple mentary Book Numbers, one dated October PJ, and the oth er November 16th. (o a year. The Outlook Company. 287 Fourth Avenue, New York.) ami much of it is arranged for live pints tenor, soprano, al to, basso and double basso. During the services the monks sing the responses and usually an anthem. when the rjre.i t ! advanced period of the church and the world. Let their minds be formed, their hearts prepar ed, and their characters molded for the scenes and the duties uf a brighter day." Nathaniel Willis, founder of The Youth's Companion, in the paper s first issue. April '27, 1827. Wood. We can use ten cords of good wood on subscription, if it is brought in early this fall. We do not want trashy wood, such as no one will buy. We want good wood, because we give full value for It. Teacher's grade cards at the Demockat office. Women don't know much ab out the possibilities of brick, stone, steel and wood, but they can take two strings, a piece of ribbon and a bit of rag and put to shame the creative faculty of all mankind. New York Press. FOR SALE The following articles are for sale cheap for cash: Two sets of harness, two saddles. one spring wagon, one 10 inch plow, nearly new. cutting box, set of blacksmith tools and a lot of farm and garden tools.1 C. F. Smith at Democrat office. When! you have no appetllo, vnnr food and fuel 'dull after ca know that you need a dote of Chamberlains do not relish r eating you may Stomach and Liver Tablets. Fitoe. 36 oenti. gsinplei free ai B. O, Wood's drug store. PUBLIC SALE I will sell at my farm 1 miles northwest of Men roe City on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1901 1KB FOLLOWING PROPLKTY! 40 HEAD OF CATTLE. Consisting of 0 o-year old steers; 8 yearling steers; 1 1 red poll bull; 12 No. 1 milch 'cows; e yearling heifers; 8 spring calves. 16 HEAD OF STOCK HOGS. 1 -2 year-old mule; 1 1-year ling mule; 1 gelding, 0 years old, tine roadster; 1 Montrose mare, 6 years old; 1 good saddle mare, 6 years old; 1 Hamiltonian mare, 2 years old; 1 yearling colt, standard bred; 2 No brood mares. For terms see large bill. James T Sandifer. W. T. YOU ELL, Auctioneer. 1 and nth Sunday. ira aunun evening am y. K".-. A. ii. Hook tESBYTKHIAN Servieea evei-v Sunday morning and evening. Sun day aohool 0:45 a. ra.Y. P s. C. B. meeting MX) p, m. Sunday. Mid week prayer meeting at :nn Wed nesday evening. K, Travis preaches the drat and second Sun days: W It, Anderaon, thu third ami fourth Sunday. ST. J TIDE'S EPISCOPAL Sunday school at 9:48 a. m. Preaching at UKW a. m. and s:no p, tn. Sunday. Rvfinin. lllAV01 ln....ln.r S-IHI n ... cathedral is actuallv Hooded! r..;,i-.,' ';-..'. u- v -.!.?...-! .. .' ' , viv ' ..-,. i . . . : i it.-t.-UJi, CATHOLK -Ser ttx-a at S:00aud 10:00 a. in. second and fourth Sundays in each month. Father D. P. Sul'lvan, pastor. 2nd. BimsT, Colored. Services the first Sunday In each month. -I H. Hawk!::., paatdr Court Director) m xRog oouaTt . Otreult curt Meats at Paris i'.ri Monday I iu April fourth Monday In A :.-!ir.t and first I Monday tu I ' 'luber i Probati Court Regular terms ai Paris, sacond Mondays In February, May. usai and. November. y.tr.Io.s OODVTT, Cirenlt court Meets at Palmyra, seeonif Monday in February and eeoud Monday in s aptambi r. Hannibal fourt of Coraraou Piea second Monday in January, :ir: Mon4ay iu wiiii iiai monv. ami mo I UeilCI ous waves of sound follow one another until they are lost in the dome and the farthest corn ers of ths etlitice. No organ or orchestra or combination of instruments ever made by hu man hands can produce such entrancing sounds as issue from the I ips ot those bearded monks With their long black veiis hanging around their shoulders and their sad eyes, which seem 1 5 to always wear an expression of melancholy. We used to go every afternoon at 4 o'clock tothe vesper service, which lasts about an hour, and to those who love music it is an occasion of daily thanksgiving, Chicago Record -Herald. .May and f mrtl Circuit Court' Monday i:i Mai ober. Subscribe for the Democrat Remember when w;il king through the of sorrow that you go not alone. By your side the angels of mercy walk and if you will but listen you may almost hear the rustle of the wings of hope. Another is there, even He who promised to be with Mayor ! Police Judgi j Marsha ! city Attorney I City t.'ler. .... City Tr. : r ' Collector i Assesk.tr .... you are stwetcommus lowlands! Grady Monday iu September. KALLI COtWTTi -Meets at New l.midou, third rob and fourth Men lay in Oct - CITY OFFiCUI.?. Sam l: el North W, B. Stevens J. w. Stephens it. :. MeClinUe lj0, W, Tompkins . . . J m Johnson Jt J. E. Fish. lohu Shearma-i loner Raphael Laka First War.t J. S. Scott J It Soi-osi I '.Var 1-1) A.Ely. J . W. Be:l Third vi at i A, Boulwara. t. i. Malaon Secret Societies. Masonic MonroeLodge No. tit, a. f. iV A. meets lirst and third Satur day nights of each month. Monroe City ll. A. Chapter, No. 104 meets fourth Monday nights in each month. His always, even to the end of ODD V low --Monroe City Lodge No. Wit, meets every rhuraday mht. Svi'Ki mi: oritr ot' lioxoi:. Mon roe Dlstriot 'Court No. 4tiT mwti avert Mosday ntgbt. the world. Then there ;;re friends who believe in you. who love you, who would help bear the burden if they only could, and they too encompass von about with their sympathy. Messages of good cheer send they all. Don't disappoint these your friends. They are expecting you to come out of the tire purer and truer and nobler. They are counting on you standing up and bearing the load of care with the hero ism worthy of a soldier of the cross. Poi their sakes be brave and hopeful. For your own sake bear up and be still. Centralia Courier. I". V. Monroe i :iy Lodge, No meets tirst ami third Friday A. 0. ItkS, nights of each month. Modkkn Woodmen Monro e City C'a:u. No. meets every Fri day night, The It. N. of A's meet 1st. and oYd- Tuesday evening In the M. w. A. hall. I I'. . O. Sisterhood i Monroe City Chapter II. meets the second and fourth Saturdays in each month. Masonic, Colored. Advance Lodge No. ". meets tirst and third Tuesday aightt in each month. Ektulkhkm CAHPTBH No. 41 meets I 1st Thursday in each mouth. ' V IKOINIA COCKT meets 1st ThursiiajSJ in each month.