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We heard several of "tff" old
Inbii '-HiHtis v the other day that it sefiii -d to i Item, al though 'he memory was dim, thai a man wa- hailftd here in the Oour limine square seventy year.- ayo. The Mall hanged was named Sams, and he killed a man named Rouse in a cabin Which stood Willie the old Fisher hotel is now located. Sams took a change of venue to B one county and was hanged at Columbia (nr C'iint. Robt. B. Cal.iwrh v.m deputy sheriff of this comity then and took Sams to Columbia. Six mmders have been committed in this county, for which three were hanged, two m nmtted suicide, and one WJI sent to the penitentiary for life. Ralls Co. R cord. Examine vottf Hues. Patronize t io M S. Monroe institu Missouri rea. ettat'e mand. is in de- Kumors i ne w afloat again. railroads are C ir Correspond etit seem to be quite busy. T Telephone F.avesdropping re is mi fui m of dishones- Quincy's fail COli opens next Monday. Teacher a, get you. cards at t iii office. Bring in nix eai n and lift i premium. II ilk' I rations report corn Via Wabash 28rd. n - f..r poih I s trip . H i I I J. Visitors' Excursion Route. Sept 2nd. 9th. 16 li in cne lare p us lw I il I the rund i rip. T uiii in Indiana and Ohio JoCa led on and east of Vandalia li. li South Bend loTerre Halite aim the E. & T H li li i. Eva h villeanil wet ol and iiitf Bandcsky, Columbia. Imium', Spi ingtieid ami C "fin .. i. Ohio, and Lmi.svi . e. K Tickets limited ' ;" i'i) -from date of -ale October 2nd. 8rd, 4 n a ' . One tare or the I'oii To a I i points in I In i territory: To all poin east of t he line ol I he Central R. R. Eva. Dec. i lor; Wabash li. li to Lugansport; Vanda Logansporl to South I! India'.a. Illinois & I., v. to St. Joseph. Mich lowing territory easi All points west of a ml iug, Toronto. Buff a 'o Erie and Pitthburg. P i ing. Parkerburg andCnar W. Va.. and orih o . ami in- j eluding. Line of OhesapeiU & Ohio Rv . Louisville Kv . IO i Kenova. W. V.. and B & 0 R. j R.. Kenova to Wheeling VV. Va. : TieUets Limited to Nov 8rd foi return trip. For further information n pply to nearest Ticket Alien1, oi ad dress H. E. Watts Passenger and Ticket Agent. Moberlv, Mo. ty or meannes- more rlespica ble than that of eavesdropping upo i en i - ' - ti i h over the telephone No person of any self respect wil I engage in it. It is steal in ; of Hi s worst kind to thus snea kingly lie in wait to overhear coa v. nations of a personal and private character. The hurglar Wli" enters the liome wiHi a dark lantern or the highwayman who holds up after nightfall, is braver. He gives his victims some chance if defence and resentment, But I he inn Winll ill who puts ips or ner ear to i lie telephone i.i listen to win other people I., Having i- mi iimcealed that there is n i way I detecting or i pilUI-llillg them. '!'. !. phone ea Vi stropping is . I.. .lore one ill liiose secret v c, is Inch the law cannot (! read and lr the eradica ti . . til which we mast rely up hi -ef lespect and decent re ( rd fur the nu.ior of the i ,. who ure tempted to en LEVY'S CASH STORE. We invite your especial attention this week to our extensive line of OVERCOATS AND SUITS, .' Hi " Tim i e is. however, a law ay. 1. 1. si it. and whenever its vio aiion is detected the offend . i .i, ,ii id oe pro n ptly inform -I., up hi and punished. Colum - i ... a mi i 1 1 minis I I -Villi- In Deb tor j ia Line . i in. i I II era o J, lines Boulware, em esierday in is pa rents, i ul wife. it li i E of Perry, the city S. Boul- t N. VV li. ill- ol : ud Y.. ion. T M BUCK MAN. AUCTIONEEK. MONUOE CITY, MO. Sales attended anywhere. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Give me a t rial. PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE Good hoaid furnished by the d.iy or week. Transient si n() per day. OLD INSTITUTE BUILDING. DANIEL KENDRICK. OUR tables are full of all the new things and we are going to ofter some special inducements to early buyers, so if you need an overcoat or suit it will pay you to see us. Also in our dry goods department we are showing some very special bargains in dress goods in all colors. Also in the new waistings. Our line is complete in all departments. I 1 ft! Give us a Call. It Will Pay You. YOURS FOR BUSINESS, Levy's Cash Store. I Dry Goods, Cloaks, Notions, I j Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings, j Furs, Smoking Jackets, Capes, Hats, Blankets, Duck Coats, i and other Novelties of all Kinds. I Ja WW i j if m 1 m m USES WANTED Mbn and Boys at Hardin Farm and at Starkdale. STARK Nuhskuy. Louisiana, mo Pall pastures fine. g Come and see my fine line of sewing ma V chines and get low down prices. You will be pleased. j Manning Walker. The Real Estate firm of Davenport & Lear report re cent sa'es as follows: A. L. Bottom to George E. Crane. 80 i acres south of Philadelphia in j Marion County. Mary J. Jones to Dr. M. E McMasters, 80 J acres four miles north in Marion l County. Rev. C. W. Alexauder John Jordon returned from i to Mrs. E J. O'Brien, dwelling Iowa and Illinois yesterday; and two lots on Lawn Street in County coutt Monday. We hope all delinquent sub scribers willcalrat Mie office. Mrs. Mary Upton is the guest of her daughter in Shel by Co. yj morn. The Palmyra fair is on this week. Ther1 i" any visitors from tl.. ft..ac" Peirsol's City. Add i ion to Monroe r. On th oucio county '.circuit court docket there are 14 di vorce cases. Mrs. H. A. Warinner and children have returned from a three weeks visit with iriends. Emmet Hallock returned Sat urday from Dearborn where he has been working in a printing office. Thomas Irons and wile, of Hunnewell, were in the city on a shopping expedition yester day. At the regular meeting of the Married Men's League Tuesday night one candidate was given the degree work. CHRISTMAS NUMBER CF THE St. Louis Fair. Next Monday the great St. Louts Fair will open and con tinue for one week. Many big events have been secured. The chief features of the program are horse show and automobile and motor cycle contests. Every day of the fair there will be balloon ascensions. Per formances by trained seals, and music by Woodward's band. Big cash prizes are offered in all departments and the man agement intends this to be the banner year of the great fair. DEMOCRAT For Children. Following its usual custom, the Democrat will in Decem ber issue a handsome Christmas numter and a feature will be letters from the children to Santa Claus. Fou Sale-. A steer calf. Carl F. Smith. Those Iowa and Illinois peo ple who are flocking into Mis souri to buy our productive lands are beginning to realize that the cry of "'Poor Old Mis souri." so long kept up by the Globe Democrat, was a lie made out of whole clotn The poss, bilities offered to investors in Missouri are not excelled b any other State in theUuion. Republican detractors are not making much headway j.st now, when sensible people are personally investigating the advantages offeied in this, the best State in the Union Ralls Co. Record.