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County Newspapers

Most of these papers can be obtained thru the following:
Write to: (Newspaper Collection)
State Historical Society of MO
1020 Lowry Street
Columbia, MO 65201-7298

J.H. Turner was a Past President of the Missouri Press Association in 1800, Carrollton Democrat.
W. R. Painter was a Past President of the Missouri Press Association in 1900, Carrollton Democrat
J. N. Stronebraker was a Past President of the Missouri Press Association in 1919, Carrollton Republician

The Bogard Indendent (July 15, 1884-until it moved to Hardin, Missouri)
The Bogard Chronicle (1893 for 16 weeks, last edition Dec. 8, 1893)
The Bogard Dispatch (est. Oct. 1899)

The Bosworth Clipper (July 19, 1888-until a few months later)
The Bosworth Advertiser (1890- destroyed by fire the same year)
The Bosworth Sentinel (Misc. issues: 1891-1893; 1896, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1929, 1932, 1934, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1950)
The Bosworth Star (1900-July 29, 1904)

Carroll Farmers Harold (Nov. 8, 1889-Feb 1899)
Caroll Record (1878-1888)
Carrollton Democrat (Nov. 12, 1875-Sep. 21, 1877)
Carrollton Journal previously known as the Cottage Visitor(1856-1889_
Daily Democrat (1883-1889, 1893-1995)
Democrat (Weekly) (1864, 1875-1876, 1877-1889, 1893-1970)
Democrat (Semi-weekly) (1995-current)
Journal (1876, 1877-1879, 1881-1882)
Republican Record (1904-1981)
The Missouri Protest (1886-1888) 
Wakenda Record (1872-1878)

Carroll Farmers's Hearld (1901-1934)
Dewit Optic (June 30, 1883-Feb. 16, 1886)
Missouri Valley Yomen-- Feb 4, 1870 suspended a short time later
The Utica Herald (Nov. 20, 1886-1888)

The Clione Herald (began it's publication in Clione then removed to Hale Nov. 1883)
Hustler (1901-1903)
Hustler-Leader (1905-1923)
Leader (1903-1905, 1923-1990)
Tribune (1991-current)

Centiniel Democrat (Misc, issues: 1911, 1912, 1918)
Democrat The Leader (1923-1939)
Democrat Leader (1939-current)
Independent (Misc. issues: 1876, 1881)
Jeffersonian (Misc. issues: 1898, 1899, 1900)
Leader (Misc. issues: 1890, 1905, 1906-1923) Leader-Jeffersonian (Misc. issues: 1903-1904)

The Tina Herald est. 1884

Wakenda--Alert (Misc, issues: 1888)

The Triple Link--was issued by Mr. Tuley, Mr. Jewell and Mr. Jewell's son issued a semi-monthly edition from the Carrollton Democrat a paper devoted to the news and interests of the Odd Fellows of the state of Missouri.  When Mr. Jewell removed himself to Springfield, Missouri he continued this papers editions from there.



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