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r B,Sj SSSfl'88S'5S ; The Bachelor Girl Reflects. ' i l llliillWiiiiBini in m , , j PERSIHMONS Are knocked with long poles. McCLINTIC & DONLEY LONG PRICES WILL KNOCK THE Timothy Seed Down, X BRING THEM TO US AND SEE. X Fresh and Cured Meats for you, P ALSO mi Fresh Fruits and Confections, X X THE PLACE TO FIND X X AND STAPLE X X X X IS McCLINTIC AT DONLEY'S li i Responsive to Public Opinion. We believe there is a costum which prevails in L lie older countries, that the policy pur sued by ;i cabinet or congress is questioned or criticised by the press and people, that the mem bers reftign und stand i'r re election to see it' the voters in dorse then- acts. Would ii not be a good idea ior the judges of the Missouri supreme court to try that? From the New Mad rid Southeast Missourian. The Grafters ' Abroad. This is the time ol the year when the demand on newspa pers for free advertising is especially strong. The gall of fair secretaries and their ilk lias now reached high tide. They are iu prime condi tion and their typewriters are workup overtime grinding out "copy." From the conscience less press bureau at the St. Louis exposition to the secre tary ol the smallest of graft games there is a unanimity of action. The guns are all turn ed in one Direction and the tar get is the country editor. For complimentary benefits that night be purchased for a quarter he is cheerfully asked to publish anywhere from a half to a full column about some big fake cash extractor. The World's Fair people do not stop at one pull at the trig ger. T! ., 'a- a whole bat tery of repeaters, and stand ready to edit the country dallies and weeklies every issue from now until 1901 or 1905, when ever their tardy preparations may come to a head. Of course the country editor has an infal lible weapon of defense the waste basket, but the consum mate nerve of the "please pub lish" graters is irritating dur ing the dog days. Chillicotbe Constitution. Revelations Yesterday my sister Annie Had a feller here to dine; All the time we was a eatin' She was actin' awful fine. Took her fork gers, between her tin Just as dainty as you please; Sipped her coffee jest that pretty- napkin crost her Had her knees. Wisht she'd act that careful al ways, 'Stead of huncbin' in her chair Elbows stuck up on the table, Jes' as if she didn't care. Dick Vood. When you want a physic that is mild and gentle, easy to take and cer tain to act, always usu Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by All Dealers. Brother Dickey's Philosophy. Folks is all de time agertatin' de race problem; but de biggest race problem ter rae is ter keep two miles ahead er de sheriff. Dis ole country is so great dat even de slickest erde politicians can't keep it fum goin' ter Rlory. Folks what always growlin" at de worl lose sight er de fact dat dey is ez mtJch responsible ter its conditions ez anybody else Atlanta Constitution. Some fellows are always tak ing exceptions to what the newspapers have to say of them says the Chariton Courier. As a matter of fact the man who gets mad at what the newspa pers says in the way of news and about him is generally just the man who should return thanks three times d day for the things the newspapers know about him and don't print. There is not one man in rn that the newspaper man could not print some things that he does not want the world to know. The idea is to be thank. ful for what the newspaper man knows aud does not tell. The famous easy washer, Maple City Soap, works perfectly in hard water. The Bachelor Girl Reflects. By Minnie J. Reynolds. A surviving organism always , corresponds to its environment. When a woman has to be at the I office every mornitigat a certain i hour fte learns to wind her watch. The heroine of every novel is beiutiful, and the hero chival rousqualities about equally l j common o ! It is not as easy to make love j j nicely as most men think. There have been nice moon light and warm weather during the month of July; alleviating circumstances to the poor bach elor girl who can't get away for the Summer, but has a roof and men .friends for her evening consolation. Persons truly skilled and fastidious in love find the pre liminary stages of the game most exquisitely interesting. To watch the thing grow, expand, develop, to compare it with other experiences at a similiar point, is one of the fascinations of life. When you have learned to ac cept men as they are and not as you think they should be, there is reallv a great deal of com fort and interest to be gotten out of them. The bachelor girl puts up with just as much deviltry from men as any other woman; but there is species she doesn t have to stand the masculine bore. The most tickle woman is per haps the oue who knows best what love might, could, and should be. Inferior animals must always survive by reason of superior management. That is the only reason woman is still on earth A woman minister out in Kal amazoo got a bill through the Legislature to abolish unpleas ant slaughter houses in her town. The housekeeping in stincts ot women will crop out no matter what profession they go.into. Imagine a minister do ing anything so practical! A wise guy said that a bache lor girl was one who thought she rould get married if she wanted to, while and old maid was one who knew she couldn't. He erred in his philosophy. A bachelor girl is an old maid who contrives to get enough out of existence so that every one knows she wouldn't have to marry either tor a heme or an interest in life. Railroad Time Tables. Burlington Route. All Train Ih.lty Exerpt am OlhertPUt, JVrtetf. Dally I ! HBUy. Train No. MONROE CITY TRAIN SERVICE. Arrive. U 41 . 51 . S.. f . 91. 18.. 58 . 6 . 8.. 4... 92.. WOINQWE8T. ' . POVrom8rL'a8dil.nriha N8brMka' CO,r"l ThCni!!,!1rlili11?,to,wNort?ern,.Pftciflc Express fo'r ' Northwest ' Nebraska,' niacklllll. Wyoming, Montana, Washington Pugot Sound, Port- f f u9RB cltr. J.o. nd west "from 'Chicago' an'd"Quiuey Local l'ASSfnffir tn Miminiirl Rlvnr ........ . ' o "'iiioiibimiu wk-.hv, irora cast Nebraska Colorado kxpress. to St. Joseph and west from the east. WH Prl'll'lli. . QOINO EAST. Tn I 1 M i t... 1 Q. Tn.il. ... . " ..". . uuuin nil.) nnni ii'tin west . '. lo nullify, Chicago, Peoria and east St L K ....... bhwih 1UI BWUH UH1 aUU Ol. ..01118 ., 1 Local Passenger for Qulncy. Peoria Chicago, St. L, K.Vn. W.' ' Mlaii " " ; Local Passenger to Hannibal. 8t. Louis Rlinois, Chicago, Peoria, St N. W. .Way Freight J. I-. I. VON, Agent. 1:00 a m 1:0.1 m 2:19 m 8.51 a m II DB 10:10 a t 3:14 a m 12.40 a m 9:19 a m 9:19 a m !2:22 p m 11:35 p m Missouri, Kansas & Texas. No 2:i 21 TRAINS BOOTH. Passenger Flyer. A ceo m mod ft tn in . er 3:2? a m 11:3 11 Uufl'alo to Kansas (,'ltv Klver 4 TKAINI NORTH a m P m No 83 Aooommoda tlou . 51 Local Freight.... 21 Passenger Fiver. 4:27 a m 22 Passenger 2:57 p m 8 KailBas.City to Buffalo Fiver.. 10:46 p m 84 Accommodation. 52 Local Freight... J. F. BLAKET, Agent. .W p m 8:15 a m 5:18 a m 5:37 p m Wabash at Moberly, Mo. I No, 10 (St. Louis Accom 20 St Paul & St Louis 12 K. C. A. St L 2 Eastern Express t; .Mall and Express ... TRAINS EAST. 5.58 a roiNo. 8IBuffalo Mall via Han i 10:05 a m' 4 Atlantic Express 1:50 p ml 14: Omaha Express 2:ii5 p m I 64 i Local Freight 9:30 pm! 701 Local Freight TRAINS WKST. No 21'Kansas City Accom 5:25 a m 13 st, L, A K. C. 2:15 p m 3 Western Express 1:18 p m No. 9 Fast Mall 1 Omaha Kxpress, 7 Pacific Express. 71 Local Freight DES MOINES A OTTUMWA BRANCH. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. BELLE JOHNSON, Photographer. Hannibal Tuesdays and Wednesday! of each week after July 14. A Chillicothe young woman who swallowed a 'fly the other day while eating ice cream, ran to a doctor and asked what she had better do. "Is the fly alive," asked the doctor, smil ing. "Oh, I'm sure it is," she replied. "Well" returned the doctor. "I guess you'd better swallow some fly paper." Lin neus Bulletin. We make choice farm loans at 5 per cent interest tf Davenport & Co. Turned Down. Col. John Kuott, of the Han nibal Journal, has a tale of woe that runs thusly: The Journal put up its cold cash, fought bled and died to elect a Demo cratic council and did so. The council advertised for bids on City Printing and the Journal was the only bidder and turned down, bids reopened. The Courier-Post entered the field and although "the Journal's bid was slightly lower" the print ing was awaided to the Courier Post. We thought the Colonel politician enough to know there is ; a wide difference be tween the candidate man and the elected official man. Why howl? TRAINS NOHTU. ! Haclflc Express No, 3i Western Expross 71 1 Local Freight TRAINS SOUTH. a m 'so- 11 Atlantic Kxp. 9:30 p m UN a m 2:50 a m 5:20 p m ..(I i a m 6:20 d m 11:30 p m 2:50 a m 8:15 a m 2:25 a m 2.06 p m v Eastern Express I 1:05 p m RUU P m 70 Local Freight I 1,15 n H. K. WATTS, PaBa. and Ticket Agt. ft MPni MIMft CTH nil: fHf TREES Have a 77-YR. RECORD. built upon tho strong founda tion of quality. The stock wa UUU Ul IjULllLJT. 111U BLUCK Wl offer for fiill 1901 and SDrino-1902 snrnasnpi In anal Itv tho product rviTi a-nir-isia-- hox and naclr freo. of all previous years. guarantee aufe ar- . n ir inrpn I'n ni it iirn salesmen. Outfit sent free guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. . . m . u iv l'lk MAiin vinv inr Kin.' un V AlKrtfla numnviiitj. All. W. B. A. McNUTT, M. D. Orrlce over Wood's Drugstore. Residence Phone 29. Dr Augh E. Ely, Dentist, Saving Natural Teeth a Specialty. Office in Ely's Private Hospital, Corner Summer and Davis Sis. T. M. BUCKMAN. AUCTIONEER. MONROE CITY, MO. Sales attended anywhere. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Give me a trial. Headquarters at Turner's Drug Store MIKE MADDEN, AUCTIONEER. Address: Ely, Mo,. Phone No. 15. R. F. D. No. 5, Monroe City. Mo. BANNER TELEPHONE CO. Try our lines for all points in Monroe county, treasonable Rates. S. T. TOLLARD, Manage Farmers & Merchants Bank. IJ9.aJteIleral banxiug business, buy and sell Exchange. Accounts of Farmers and Merchants and others solicited. Absoluts ... focurltylguaranteed to depositors. w. R. Yates. Pres. W. H. P. Jackson Cashier. F. S. TURNER, M. D. Physician. Burgeon and Accoucher. Makes a specialty of Catarrh, Ear and Luna Troubles. Office in New Proctor Block. Reaf deuce 2nd St 1st door east B. O, Wood's J. R. DAWSON, D. V. S. VETERINARY SURGEON. Graduate of Western Veterinarv College, Kansas City, Mo. Office over i. (J. Dentistry a specialty TEL. 54. MONROE CITY, MO. Rudolph was in Monroe coun ty last week and every indica tion points to a reasonable pre sumption that he is for Folk. Paris Mercury. TinlfTooley, of Macon City, came down Thursday for a vis it with relatives and friends. W. T. YOUELL License Auctioneer MONROE CITY.MO Satisfaction Guaranteed Head quarters at the Democrat office. AGNES McNEIL, OSTEOPATH, Acute and Chronic disease treated. Office, Proctor Bldg. Phone 140. Monroe City, Mo. R. S. McCLINTIC. Lawyer. Will practice in all courts. Office over Monroe City Bank. ROBERT MERIWETHER, Attorney at Law, ' Will practice in all courts. Office Over F. & M. Bank. Notary Publio in office. W. T. Rutledge, Dentist The saving of teeth aspecialty. Offioe In Redman block, over Varietv Store. Telephone 56. ' Dr. C. A. NOLAND. DENTIST. Monroe City, Missouri. Office over Turner Drug Store. Telephone 13S, HUNNEWELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Jy,2ur.lin,,.J0 Monroe City, ISo; to Sholblua, BhalbrvUl. Clarenoe Maoon City, 26c; Emden BeUTdU.Burk.viUs, and sOIdoIbU In B&uby couutlMtt. J A WOXBXBB, Uft ELY TELEPHONE nn ?afmtSl?Ui?h SfiftfiW Monroe City, to H. DURST. Manager. WAPREN TELEPIWNECO Try our line if you wish to reach ' o"?oinJ? north a8' ot Monroe. 2oq to all points, J: F. RENSHAW, - - Manager MONROE AND PHILADELPHIA TELEPHONE LINK. ConneoUons:wlth Palmyra. Hannibal. Htnm. ark. Labella. Maywood. NeUonvUle -ill... Oanton. Charrydell. and all point.' In TT-T Bhrtby and Marlon eountiw. tyL. mTa?