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Iffil lurllngtun Route. ill Train Dally Kmmpt at Othrrwif Katrd. Except Sunday. Train No. I MONROE CITY TRAIN SERVICE. Arrive. I I 41. . M. . 8 . . . Kl. 92. OOINO WEST. For Kansas City, St. Joseph Omaha Nebraska, Colorado, Pacific Coast, from St. Louis and Hannibal , The Burlington-Northern Pacific Express for Northwest Nebraska, alack Hills, Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Puget Sound, Port land from 8t, Louis For Kansas City, St Joe, Kansas and west from Chicago' an'd Quincy Local Passenger to Missouri River and west, from east : Nebraska, Colorado Kxpress. to St -Joseph and west from the eaat. Way Freight QOINO EAST. To Hannibal, St. Louis and east from west '' 1 ( 1 1 1 1 ti ..." rhinaan Panrla an. .. a a U f 1 r I. V- ... ' ..... j , .. ..... k. 'i w in .-'.. V. ,a u b. i . , IV . o H . I Local Passenger for Hannibal and St. Louis i iirttl PdnuanvDprnr Onlnav I ,,, .p i I !. i at I V ft kT w .......... .... . ..................... ,.N,r, . . . . , . a 11 . , uyiuH . . . . Local Passenger to Hannibal. St. Louis Illinois, Chicago, Peoria, St L. K A N. W. polnU .. . Way Freight J. I.. I. von. Agent. 12:59 a m 1:0.1 p m .1:40 a m 8.61 a m 6 14pm m a. ik - , oau ii in 12.22 a m 9:19 a m (119 am 2:22 p m 1:35 p m Missouri, Kansas & Texas. No 15 21 TRAINS SODT1I. Passenger Flyer JU:03 p m Airuinmuuiiuuii 11:08 a m 0;Buffalo to Kansas City Flyerl 4:45 p m No Accommodation. .SLocal Freight.. TRAINS NORTH. IS Passenger Fiver 4:S5 a m 22 Passenger 2:57 p n. S Kansas City to Buffalo Fiver.. 10:48 p n 84 Accommodation 52 Local Freight. . 9:53 p m 8:15 a m 5:18 a m 5: ,17 p m J. F. BLAICEY, Agent. Wabash at Moberly, Mo. TRAINS FAST, No, lOlSt. Louis Ac 'com. . K.C. A, St. L , Eastern Express.., 6 Mail and Express . fl.00a m No. 8 l:50p m 4 2:00 p n 14 9:30 p ID 64 70 Buffalo Mall via Han.). Atlantic Express Omaha Express Local Freight Local Freight ... TRAINS WEST. No a No, 21Kansas City Accom 5:15 a m ls'st. L, A K. C. 2:40 p m 3 1 Western Express 1:46 p m No. 91 Fast Mall 1 Omaha Express. 7 Pacific Express. 71 1 Local Freight.... DES MOINES A OTTUMWA BRANCH. TRAINS NORTH. l aclflc Express 8 Western Expresa 711 Local Freight. .... 1-4C a m Sv 4 2:00 p m! 6:80 a ml 70 TRAINS SOUTH, Atlantic Exp Eastern Express Local Freight 9::t0 p m 1:50 a m 2:50 a m 5:20 p m 5:00 a m 0:25 p m 11:30 p ro 2:,'pU a m 8:15 a m 1:55 a 12:05 p m H. B. WATTS, Pass, and Ticket Agt. MONROE AND PHILADELPHIA TELEPHONE LINE. Connections with Palmyra. Hannibal. New ars. Labclle. Maywood. Nelsonville, LaQrange Canton. Cherrydell. and all points in Lewis Mielby and Marlon counties. Rates; 25c. Try this new line. T. 8 SCOTT. M'ng'r, BANNER TELEPHONE CO. Try our lines for all points in Monroe county. Reasonable Kates. S. T. POLLARD, - Manage Du C. A. NOLAND, DENTIST. Monroe City, Missouri. Office over Turner Drug Store. PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE Good boaid furnished by the day or week. Transient $1.00 per day. OLD INSTITUTE BUILDING. DANIEL KENDRICK. DR. W. B..A. McNUTT i PavB special attention to diseases e f women i and children. Office with Dr. Norton on I Summer St Telephone Residence No. 29. Wood's Drug Store No. 59, Residence 3 I blocks west of F. A M. Bank. P. S. TURNER. M. D. Physician. Surgeon and Accoucher. Makes a specialty of caUrrh, Ear and Lung Troubles. Office In New Proctor Block. Res! denco 2nd St. 1st door east B. O, Wood's AGNES McNEIL. D. O. Graduate of American School of Osteopath Klrksvllle. Mo. Diseases both acute and chronic are treated. Consultation free. Office Main St. Proctor Building. Palmyra each Tuesday and Priday. THE DEMOCRAT Get cash price on flour at Sharp & Donley's. Bring in six ears ot big corn and get a premium. Otis Richardson is visiting his sister in Jacksonville. III. Miss Macky See spent the first of the week with Bluff City frieuds. Dory Sullivan, of Palmyra, was a business visitor in the city Monday. Mrs. D. R. Campbell was call ed to Palmyra Monday by the illness of her mother Have you sold some of that Stuff" yet? If so. I will look for you any day. B. O. Wood. WANTED Men and Boys at Hardin Farm and at Starkdale. STARK Nursery, Louisiana, mo Fou Rent: Brick store building on north maiu street. Will repair to suit tenant. Caul F. Smith. L Reardon, of Dodge City, K;in., after an absence of a quarter of a century is the guest of old friends in and near the city. Mrs W. S McClintic and Miss Elizabeth Arnold left Monday for the Future Great to take in the Veiled Prohpets and fair. Mrs. Rose McAllister, of Quincy, came over to visit friends and relatives in this city and Indian Creek town ship "Do hogs pay?" asks a North Missouri rxchange. Whereup on a lean Henry county editor answers: "'Not if they can beg or borrow the paper fiom their neighbors J. T Jordon. of Fisher, III. and a brother of John Jordon, of Cooperville. spent a portion of last week in this vicinity fishing for a location. We hope that he found what he wanted. By the way, The difference be tween taxes in Missouri and Il linois was an eye opener. Land where he lives cost $130 per acre. No wonder he came over to look at Gods country. Home Visitors' Excursion Via Wabash Route. Sept. 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd. one fare plus two dollars for the round trip. To all points in Indiana and Ohio located on and east of Vandalia R, R.. South Bend to Terre Haute and theE. &T. H. R. R. to Evans ville and west of and including Sandusky, Columbia, Dayton, Springfield and 'Cincinnati, Ohio, and Louisville. Ky. Tickets limited to 30 days from date of sale. October 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th. One fare for the round trip. To all points in the following territory: To all points on and east of the line of the Illinois Central R. R., Evansville to Decator; Wabash R. R. Decetor to Logausport; Vandalia Line Logansport to South Bend; and Indiana, Illinois fe Iowa R. R. to St. Joseph. Mich, and fol lowing territory east thereof: All points west of and includ ing, Toronto, Buffalo, N. Y., Erie and Pittsburg. Pa.. Wheel ing. Parkerburg andCharleston. W. Va., and i orth of, and in cluding. Line of Chesapeake & Ohio Ry., Louisville. Ky., to Kenova. W. V.. and B. & Q. R. R.. Kenova to Wheeling W. Va. Tickets Limited to Nov. 8rd for return trip. For further information apply to nearest Ticket Agent, or ad ! dress H. E. Watts. Passenger and Ticket Agent, Moberly, Mo. T. M. BUCK MAN. AUCTIONEER. MONROE CITY, MO. Sales attended anywhere. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Give me a trial. Headquarters at Turner's Drug Store RAU SALLY v.,.t JTE -rv GUIDE R. S. McCLINTIC. Lawyek. Will practice in ali courts. Office over Monroe City Hank. ROBERT MERIWETHER, Attorney at Law Will practice in all courts. Office Over V, & M. Bank. Notary Public in office. R. L. WOODSON, Lawyer. Will practice in all courts in the state. Offle-e over Caldwell's Iie taurant, Monroe City. Mo. W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $I.OO PER YEAR Entered at the post office at Monroe City, Mo. as second -clues matter. TELEPHONE NO. 14 THURSDAY. OCT. 9. 1902. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, Gavon D. Burgess. LeRoy B. Va eli ant. James D. Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com missioners, Jno. A. Knott, Joseph p. Rice Superintendent of P U b I i C Schools, Wm. T Carrinoton. Congress W. W. 2nd District, RUCKER. Representative, J. H. Whitecotton. Prosecuting Attorney. J. P. Boy i) Sheriff. J. M. Burton. Treasurer, Wm. Meteer. Circuit Clerk, J. H. Hill County Clerk. J. N. Magruder. Probate Judge. R. L Woodson. Coroner, Dixon. Presiding Judge County Court, J. G. Adams. Judge Western District. McGee. Judge Eastern District, H. J. Clapper. Monroe's statk school MONF.YS. Received during ix years Republican rule $ 11,564.66 Average annual receipts . . 1,1)27.44 Received during six years Democratic rule 117, 507. 14 Average annual receipt! ... 6,251.19 Received for 1908 6,788.34 TOTAL STATU DISTRIBUTION. Six years Republican rule !)71,:i20.8H Six years Democratic rule 571!), 282. 4(i For 1902 1,170,193.13 Geo W. Williams lost one of his good horses Thursday. Senator Cockrell was in the city a short while Friday morn ing with friends. Hello: There is a ten pound boy at R. E. Kirby's, did you know it Mrs. Ran Sullivan visited in Monroe City Thursday . Sliel -binn Torchlight. Bting your eggs and butter to Sharp & Donley and get the highest market price. J. L. Kendrick and wife have been visiting Robert Kendrick and better hall at Vandalia Thomas Wisdom, recorder of Macon City was a business visi tor in the city Friday and Sat in day. J. L and Frank Kendricks paid the Democrat an appre ciated visit Thursday after noon. Fresh and Smoked meats of all kinds at Balzer & Dirigo's. They also want your poultry. eggs, etc. Thursday ought to have been called Monroe City day at the Palmyra fair. A large delega tion went down from here. The Audrain County grand jury neglected to indict young Barnes for killing young Rhodes Clay. Percy Jones, of St. Louis, is spending the week in the city with his mother, Mrs. I. Jones. His friends were glad to greet him Corn cutting is over. Less by far than usual was cut. There will be more fodder wasted in 1902 than was saved in 1901. Look out for wedding about the 20lh inst. bel Is Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal. Mo. To economise in soap is to buy MAPLE CITY SELF-WASHING SOAP. Acme Food for sale at Hay den's Livery Barn. Every buck et guaranteed. John Green, of San Francico, Cal., is the guest of old friends at Indian Creek. Samuel Vance, of the. Sac charine villas" was a business visitor in the city Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed L Rees were business visitors in the Bluff City Thursday. Highest prices are paid for poultry and eggs, hides, etc., a Balzer & Dihigo's. For Sale Bills, Dodgers etc. go to the DEMOCR t r OFFICE and for a Jim Dandy Auctioneer see Col. W. T. YouelL Miss Cora Settle, of Monroe City, spent Sunday with her liter. Mrs W. Y. Schabel. Sbelbina Torchlight. R. A. Alger, of Michigan, of "embalmed beef" fame is to re turn to the Senate. It is hard to keep a good man down or a rotten apple from floating A Bowling Green woman not only carried away first prize for needle work from the Seda lia state fair but did the same thing at the Colnmbus. Ohio, state f air. There is no use try ing to compete with Missouri. Sbelbina Torchlight. A committee of Presbyterians has been appointed to raise funds to put the Rensselaer Academy at Big Creek. At one time it was one of the strongest and best educa tional institutions in this sec tion of the state and we would be glad to see it regain its lost prestige. Teddy, the coal barons and the miners met as per Teddys invitation. And the expected happened. He did his little stunt or grand stand play thus ly: "I disclaim any right or duty to intervene in this way upon legal grounds or upon an official relation that I bear to the situation." Or in other words President Roosevelt is a bombastic fiasco 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 iu advance, which will be the equivalent, we wish to say: Whatever you intend to do ought to be done at once, for other pi opositions 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 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. nice cream sodas and cooling drinks. Hot and Cold Lunch at all Hours. REGULAR MEALS SFRVED. Heme Bread, the Beat on the matket. Buy it. X X IX, Farmers & Merchants Rank. Do a general banking bualneas, buy and sell Kxohange. Account of Fanners and Merchants and others solicited Absoluie aecurltytKuaraiiteod todepositon. 8. North. Pres. W. H. P Jackson Cashier. W. T. Rutledgk, Dentist The saving of teetha,pecialty. Office in Uedrnan block, over Variety Store. Telephone 56. Dr Arch E. Ely, Dentist, Saving Natural Teeth a Specialty. Office In Sly"! Prly,,e Hospital, Corner Suaimer and Davis St. ELY TELEPHONE CO. Try our through line from Monroe City, to Palmyra. 200. beyond 26c. Emerson. Nehron ville. Cherry Dell, l.abelle, MonUcello, New Ark, Taylor, Maywood, Philadelphia. Warren 3i- Hannlbp' 260. Quick service guaran teed. H. DURST. Manager. For tlower plants go to J. G. Edwards reen house South east corner Monroe City. WAPREN TELEPHONE CO. Try our line if you wish ft reach nil point north aeitgt of Monroe. 2ft to all. point, J. P. llENSH.VvV, - .U.1(tJ?er J. R. DAWSON, VETERINARY HCBURON AND DENTIST. of the Western Veterinary College Karma City, Mo Ofltoa with Dr' Uneoln. Psiom 4. .