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W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. P. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR entered at the pout office at Monroe City, Mo. at second-i ; matter. TFI.f PHONE NO. 14 (THURSDAY. OCT 2. 1902 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, Gavon D. Burgess. LeRoy B, Valliant, James d. Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com niissioners, Jno. A. Knott. Joseph P. RlCE Superintendent of I? U b I i C Schools, Wm. t Carrington. Congress 2nd District. W. W. RUCKER. Representative. J. H. Whitecotton. Prosecutiny Attorney. J. P. Boyd Sheriff. J. M. Bl'KTON. Treasurer. Wm. Meteer. Circuit Clerk. J. H. Hi i.i. County Clerk. J. N. M'AORUDER. Probate Judfje. R. L. Woodson. Coroner. Dixon. Presiding Judyje County Court. J. G. Adams Judge Western District, McGEE. Judge Eastern District. H. J. Clavpek. Dr. H. B. Purl, of Kirksvi.te. The frost is on the p mpkin , was visiting friends here last and lots of the fodder is in the! week- isLocK. The frost king has Will Brown and Andy Grimm i uPPed the woods with his magic were visiting the fair sex in Angerand lh-leaves are blush ing wun various colors, lend ing an exchantment to the for ests and the sumack is hanging out its tiery banner along the fence rows. All 'this indicates that the season of fall is ap proaching. When we look at our wood pile; that is the place where the wood pile once lay, our uheart goes down as the wood pile west dowr, and we ponder on the promises of the wood subscriber. Like the freight train that never arrived he cometh not. And thus the trials ot the country printer be gin. He considers the coal strike, the absence of wood, the high prices made by the trusts, and he weeps for him self and the balance of God's poor, When this you read re member the wood. Centre Sunday. J. W. Cox and wife were vis iting in Hunnewell the first of the week. O. B. Michaels has moved from Saverton to a farm south of this city where he will re side . W. J, Rouse, wife and little daughter. Frances, came in Sat urday from a visit with rela tives in Kentucky. Miss Dave Hendricks went to Palmyra Sunday. She has been employed to teach a district school near that v,lacp. Railroad Time Tables. !l:IHffl Hi turlingtun Route. All fraitu Daily Kxrrpt at uthrrteii Kotnl. Daily Except Sunday. Train No. MONROE CITY TRAIN SERVICE. Arrive. GOING WE8T. A. J. Kendrick, one of the prosperous Shelby County farmers was the tfuestof friends near this city, part of the whek. Mrs. Drake and Mrs. Duttle returned to their homes in Quin cy Sunday after a pleasant visit to Ed Drake near this city. Mrs. Mary Rouse returned from Cent) alia Friday after noon where she had been visit ing her daughter, Mrs. T. P. Middleton. The long overcoat will be worn extensively this fall" an nouuees the male fashion ex pert. How else could you wear a long overcoat? After four years of work John Henry of Tamagua, Pa., expects to complete soon a flying ma chine capable of lifting twenty times its weight, which he will enter for die 100,000 prize at the World's fair airship tourna ment. MONROE'S STATK SCHOOL MONKYS Received during six years Republican rule $ ll.5ti4.H6 Average annual receipts . . 1,1)27.44 Received during six years Democratic rule 37,507.14 Average annual receipts 6,261.19 Received for 1902 6,732.34 TOTAL STATE DISTRIBUTION. Six years Republican rule !71,:120.88 Six years Democratic rule 5710,282.46 For 1002 1,170,193.13 Attention. My Books, Notes and Ac counts can be seen at my Old Drug Stand and ready for Set tlement. In my absence Messrs Wood and Umstattd will re teive and receipt for all money paid to them on my account. B. O. Wood. Uenterville. Iowa, girls nave organized a H. U. G. society It is the polished villain who beats the bootblack out of his fee. To economize in soap is to buy MAPLE CITY SELF-WASHING SOAP. Poor old Missouri" is the foul cry of those who disgrace the state by residing in it. If I had my way I would make it a felony without benefit of clergy ever to utter that slanderous phrase again, Iowa is solidly Republican. Missouri is solid ly Democratic. In the last ten years Democratic Missouri gained population enough to give her an additional congress man and thauk God he will be a Democrat! Republican Iowa stood stock still and for the next ten years will have the same number of congressman she has had for ttie last ten years. There is Democracy and Republicanism i 11 u st r a t e d. Choose ye betwixt them. Champ Clark. u 41 . M . 3 . ''. M . t 6 . 6 . 4 . For Kansas City. St. Joseph Omaha Nebraska, Colorado, PaclficCoaat. from St. Louis and Hannibal The Burlliurtou-Nurthern Pacific Kinross for Northwest Nebraska' .Hack Hills. Wyoming, Montana, Washington. Pnget Sound. Port- I i land from 8L Louis ror Kansas i;uy hi .toe, Kansas and west from Chleaao and Oninnv 12:5!) a m i.oi'hi i-asseiiKer lo .Missouri liver and west, from past Nebraska. Colorauo txpress. to St Joseph and west from the east . ;Way Freight GOISG EAST. To Hannibal. St Louis and east from west roQuincy, Chicago, Peoria and east 8t. L K. A N. Ioeai eassenger lor Hannibal and St. .ouis. 1:(U p m . 1:46 a m i R.'l a m n 14 p m 1". l i m W. Local Passenger for Qtitney, Peoria Chieairo. St. L K. N. W. nulnta Local Passenger to Hannibal. St. Louis Illinois. Chicago, Poorla. 81 L. K A N. w . points . ... Way Freight ...t. J. L. LYON, Agent. i a m 12. 22 a m 9:19 a m Wit a m 2:22 p m 1:35 p m Missouri, Kansas & Texas. TRAINS SOUTH. No 15Passenger Flyer 11:03 p m 21 Accommodation . . 11:38 a m 9 Buffalo to Kansas City Flyer 4:45 p m TRAINS NORTH 16 Passenger Fiver 4:55 a m 22 Passenger 2:57 p m S Kansas City to Buffalo Flyer.. l i:48p m No Accommodn lion. . '.Local Freight.. 81 Accommodation "ii Local Freight . tiNp tr 8:15 a m 5:18 a m 5::,7 p m J. F. BLAKEY, Affent. Wabash ai Moberly, Mo. No. 10 St. Louis Accom.. IK. C. &, St. L Eastern Express. .. g, Mail and Express TRAINS EAST. fi.OOa m So. II Buffalo Mail via Han.). 1:50 p m 2:0 p in 9:30 p n 9: rj in 4, Atlantic Express 1 1:50 a m 2:50 a m 5:20 p m 5:0 ) a m l4 ()mtha Exuress 64 1 Local Freight Tin Local Freight TRAIN8 WEST. No21,'Kansas City Accom. 5:15a mNo. 9Fast Vail , n -; 1 i." i i.i t, m 1 ...,. IS. 18lSt. L. 4 K. C 2:40 p m 3 Western Express 1:45 rr m 1 Omaha Express . 7 Pacific Express.. 'Local Freight. . .. DES MOINES OTTUMWA BRANCH. 6:25 p m 11:30 p re 2:50 a n- 8:15a m TRAINS NORTH. TRAINS SOUTH. Pacific Express 1-4"1 a ml 4 Atlantic Exy No. 3 Western Express ; 2:00 p m 71 i Local Freight 6:30 am Eastern Express 12:05 o 70 Local Freight 4,' m H. E. WATTS, Pass, and Ticket Agrt. N MONROE AND PHILADELPHIA TELEPHONE LINE. Connections with Palmyra. Hannibal. New- Acme Pood for sale at Hay den's Livery Barn. Every buck et guaranteed. It costs $825.10 a miuute to talk business to J. Pierpont Morgan. Time is money. For Sale Bills, Dodgers etc. ;o to the DEM0CR t f OFFICE and for a Jim Dandy Auctioneer see Col. W. T. YouelL WANTED A trustworthy gentleman or lady in each county to manage business of an old established bouse of solid financial standing A straight, bona fide weekly cash salary of 618.00 paid by check each Wednesday with ail expense direct from headquarters. Money advanced for expenses. Manager, St j Caxton Bldg Chicago. For Sale: A restaurant do ng a good business with soda fountain and ice cream parlor in a good town of 3500. Have Laundry Agency tbat pays halt of rent. Inquire at this office. Warning Tenderness, aching in the small of the back is a serious symptom. The kidneys are suffering. Take Smith's Sure Kidney Cure at once. It is a reliable kidney remedy and system regulator, and will cure the trouble before it develops its dangcroua ttage. Price 50 cents and 81.00 For sale by J. J. Fitzpatriek. Boys Watch. To the boys who wish to take advantage of the Democrat of fer to give them a good service able watch if they secure eight (8) new subscribers or to get old subscribers to pay up and one year in advance, which will be the equivalent, we wish to say: whatever you intend to do ought to be done at once, for other piopositions will belaid before the people very shortly. It would take a days time, pos sibly two days, so if you want to earn the watch hurry up and get the subscribers. The English Language. Shakespeare, who had the richest vocabulary used by any Englishman, employed only 16,000 words. Milton could pick out from 8,000, but the av erage, man. i graduate from one of the great universities, rarely has a vocabulary of more than 3,000 or 4,000 words. The ordinary person can get along very comfortably with 500 words! and in the rural dis tricts a knowledge of 200 words is sufficient to carry a man through bis life. This of course refers to the needs of con versa John Wood, Victor Yates and Joe Montgomery went to Pal myra Monday with a fine string of horses which .they will show at the nfair this week. There were eight horses in the lot, including Gay Queen, saddle stallion; El Capitan, harness geldiug; Nora Terry, saddle mare; Chief, saddle gelding Express, roadster mare; Geor gie Mac. harness mare and Grey King. saddle gelding. This is a fine lot ot horses and the boys expect to bring back several blue ribbons. BANNER TELEPHONE CO. Try our lines for all points in Monroe couuty. Ueasonable r i.twu Mavwood. Nelsonvllle. LaGninne ivitits. Canton. Cherrvdell. and all point in Lewis ! . T. POLLARD. - Manage Shelby and Marion counties. Rates; 2.5c Try this new line. T. S 8COTT. M'ng'r, Dr c. a. noland, DENTIST. Monroe City. Missouri. Office over Turner Drug Store. ! DR. W. B. A. McNUTT Pavsspecial attention to diseases ef women , and children. Office with Dr. Norton on Summer St. Telephone Residence NC. 29. Wood's Drug Store No. 59. Residence 8 I blocks west of F. & M. Bank. If you want calling cards of the latest and most fashionable style, printed with the latest type out for that purpose script type has gone way back and sat down, but we can give it to you if you prefer it the DEMOCRAT can get them out for you. Schoetten Bread. The whit est, th lightest, the most nutritious, at M. B. Garners. Bnng your eggs and butter to Sharp & Donley and get the highest market price. Highest prices are paid for poul trj and tgis, hides, etc., a Balzer & Dirigo's. The best bread in the city you will find at M. B. Garners. F. S. TURNER. M. D. Physician. Surgeon and Accoucher. Muses a specialty of Cat.urh, Ear and Lung Troubles. Office in New Proctor Block. ResJ dence 2nd St. 1st door east B. O, Wood's 4t tion. A mau who was "wanted" in Russia was photograhed in six different positions, and the pictures were duly circulated with the police departments. The chief of one of these wrote to headquarters a few days af ter the issue of the set of por traits and stated: "Sir, I have duly received the portraits of the six miscreants whose cap ture is desired. I have arrest ed five of them, and the sixth is under observation, and will be secured shortly."' The popular week end excur sion rates are again in effect on the M. K. & T. R R. For trains after 10 p. m. each Saturdaya and trains all day Sunday tickets will be sold to any point on the M. K. &T. R. R. where the fare is 11.80 or less for one fare for the rouud trip, good to return not later than midnight Sunday. J. F. Blakey, Agt. Ex-Confederate Reunion. Monroe County Ex-Confederates will hold a reunion at the Paris Fair grounds to-morrow, Friday. Senator F. M. Cockrell, Col. H. A. Newman, Maj. IhomaF N Williams. Rev. W. R. Painter and others will ad dress the people. There will be good music and everybody 1 Dr. Hornback, Oculist and has an invitation to be present. Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. AGNES McNElL. D. O. Graduate of American School of Osteopathy Kirksville. Mo. Oiseases both acute and chronic are treated. Consultation free. Office Main St. Proctor Building. Palmyra Each Tuesday end Friday. R. S. McCLINTIC, Lawyer. Will practice in all courts. Office over Monroe City Bank. The Home Restaurant, GEO. MOESSNER, Proprietor. I have a full line of all goods usually carried by a first class restaurant. Also all kinds of fruit and summer drinks. Try our ice cream. .ice cream sodas and cooling drinks. Hot and Cold Lunch at all Hours. REGULAR MEALS SFRVED. Heme Bread, the Best on the matket Buy it. X X A, ROBERT MERIWETHER, Attorney at Law Will practice in all nourta. Office Over F. &, M. Bank. Notary Public in office. K. L. WOODSON, Lawyer. Will practice ii, all courts in itm state. Office over Caldwell's Keu taurant, Monroe City. Mo. Farmers & Merchants Bank. Do a general banking business, buy and sell Exchange. Accounts of Farmers and Merchants and others solicited. Absolute securltyuarauteed to depositors. 8. North. Pres. W. R. P. Jackson Cashier. W. T. Rutledge, Dentist The saving oteethaspecialty. Office in Redman block, over Variety Store. Telephone 58. Dk Arch E. Ely, Dentist, Saving Natural Teeth a Specialty. Office In Ely's Private Hospital, Corner Summer and Davis Sts. ELY TELEPHONE CO. 20c- Haunlb'l 26o. teed. to u- I, ruuMipipmi, warren Quick service guran- H. DURST. Manager. WAPREN TELEPHONE CO. Try our line If yeu wish to raach nd points north aeaat of Monroe. 25" to all points, J. F. RF.NSHAW, - - Manager J. U. DAWSON, YETBRINARY SURGEON AND bENTlST. of the Wwtern Veterinary CoMcm. Kansas City, Ms. Office with Dr Lineela. Phoae M.