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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 October 1901

e C i Monroe City Democrat. 7 VOL.14 HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER lo, I90I. No. 2g I Resigned. Hon. Samuel North. Mayor five times of this city, tendered his resignation Friday night at the regular session of the coun cil. The city can say; Well done thou good and faithful ser vant, and he can look hack on his various administrations with pride- Though DO' niggardly he watched the finances with an eagle eye. saw there was no waste and yet was ever ready and willing to see the dollars rollout to pay ror beneficial and permanent improvements. We feel perfectly safe in saying; There is not a town in North east Missouri that has one half as much to show for its past ten years revenue as the Queen of the Prairies. He will be miss ed in official, business and so cial circles. He and his estim able wire are now living on I their farm near Perry. Gone but not forgotten and will ever receive a hearty welcome. Aaron Boulware, as Mayor protein, will finish Mr. North's term. In his ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 October 1901

T Malangc, Angola. My H. B, Hall. Malangc, Angloa. Africa, July 2!). 1001. After 3 months, 11 days on the way at last we reached our destination. Malange, Angela. We began our ocean voyage of 11. 000 miles on March 27 leav ing New York at noon on the Royal Mail Steamer Oceanic." of the White Star Line then the largest steamer afloat. It la magnificently fitted up and pass engera have everything to make them comfortable ami happy except a still and quiet resting place, for on the high seas what rest is there? As soon as we passed the great statue of Lib erty, Staten Island, an-' thro the narrows anil out of the quiet harbor onto the sea, our good ship commenced to ride the Waves up ami down and we be gan to long for something still. On:- diaphragms seemed to join in i lii' motion ol the vessel, and Thames, on Which is Cleopatra's I and went into the next store and comes back minus her and bought our glass of a man who happened to "be in'' and was enterprising enough "to know." On Apr...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 October 1901

It isn't the Cook's Fault, It isn't your Gtocer's Fault, lh.it the bulk coffee you just purchased turns out to be. differ entfrotn the "same kind" bought before. Coffee purchased in bulk is bui to varv. The Healed package in which LION COl FEB is sold insures uniform flavor and strength. It also keeps the cotfee fresh and insures absolute purity. the time, clear or stormy, there is a very (treat swell In the Waters here. At anchor our ship rolled from side to side till even a fast bold was diffi cult to keep Even the fend ers on the table didn't serve to keep dishes from sliding olT in our laps. We had to bold our plate still with one hand while wt sought our month with the other. Sea sickness revived. The few of us who sat thro breakfast found a pale looking majority on deck when we went up But at 10 o'clock we rais ed anchor and steamed away into quieter seas. And at 4 o'clock the same day, May 80, we sighted the long straight coast line of Angola and soon hailed San Paulo de Loan...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 October 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. BIN SON, City Editor. riiRMs; $I,OOPFR YEAH i.iercil nt the pout offlfc t Monroe City, Mo. a Kecond-rlasa matter. THURSDAY. OCT. M. 1901. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the kind neighbors and friends who were so kind, sytnpatlietic and thoughtful during the late ill ness and death ol our daugh ter Miss Don Mae Snyder. May God befriend them as they dii! us. Joseph Bnydeh and with. The Burlington Route is do ing some extensive bridge foundation work at Monroe. Mo. An official ol the road told n Constitution Democrat representative to day that al though they are offering 1.25 a da; for common labor the scarcity f men retards the work. Keokuk Constitution Democrat. T h e f o r e going should have read Old Monroe, which is mi thsK line south of Hannibal. The New Orleans Picauyne says: "Ambush ami surprise are always to be expected in any war with uncivilized or bar barous people." Can the Picauyne cite US a single civiliz ed nation that has not s...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 October 1901

X 3 0 g SI CLOAKS! A Few Words About CLOAKS & FURS The time has come tp purchase these necessa ry articles for Fall and Winter use. We have a Complete Line of CLOAKS, CAPES & FURS. Call and see them. w, v. CARSON & CO Red Noland, of Shelby ville, spent Sunday in the city with the home folk. Miss Hose newell came visit friends. O'Daniel, of Hun down Monday to Charles Livingston, of St. Louis has been the guest of his COUSllt, Ollie Ballard. Mrs. William Kubinson is spending the week with rela tives in Macon Count v. IF YOU HAVE REAL ESTATE, Merchandise, or anything else to cll or exchange, Mat it with us. If you Want to buy or trade for Heal Kntate, Merchandise, or any thing clue, see iih, for we have calls almost daily for such tilings, and can generally aid you in either celling, exchanging or buy ing anything you nave or ma, want as we keep posted and al ways know who to see. and what to do. We make special low rates on tarn loans, and write deeds, wills, leases ami co...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 October 1901

THE DEMOCRAT Mrs- M"'ln .- the week with Palmyra and Hannibal relatives. VV. J. ROUSE, Kditor. R. V. H1XSON. City Kditor. TKRMs; $I,00PI W f A" y niwed l I tic poM office at Monro City, Mo. a . . .,.!.. !b.. Matter. THURSDAY. OCT. 10 1901. M. K. & T. Time Table trains norm. MO U-PMHnnl Flyer ... 11:0.1 p 11 ?i-Ai woramndatioit' . lit tM--l.ocal Freight . M am B Accommodation. .. . '' :; pst Buffalo to Kansas city PI) r I t p;m TH A I MS MOKl M Passenger Fiver. 1:56 UPailtUKOf 3iK I' Oi t.VJ- I.i i il Freight : ' P m MAC nmmodetlOB ftil MP Kensa City to IttSkto Fiver, l pm JUuily i n i pt Sunday. Others bally. H. H: BP AIIR, AtM H. & St. Joe Time Table. WIST. No r. Pot Kiiiivhs city, St. Joseph l irnehe Kebraeka, Colorado. PaciflcCoMI Irom 8t Louli and Hannibal m.iaro it Tin' Burlington-Northern Pacific Express for Northwest Sebraaka Hlack Hills, Wyoming, Montana Washington, i"ugot Sonn i Port laud, from at. Louis l:02pa 55 Por Kansas f'fty, Bt Joseph, Kan mis and wi st from ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 October 1901

WE BUY Poultry and Eggs We have added the buying and shipping' of poultry and eggs to our business and will pay highest market price for all that is offered Balzer & Dirigo. MONROE CITY, MO There is not a man employed Ileal funny when you feel at the Court House, save the that Way isn't It? Parker the janitor, who makes less than $i negro who was said to have a day. Many of them make struck i he anarchist who shot more. And yet probably not a Witt. McKinley and afterwards single one of them could tret a was heroized promptly sold his first grade teachers certificate. buttons at 20 each etc. turns How can we expect to secure ' out to be a plain every day nig efficient teachers when a salary ger who did not do a thing ex- ot less than a day for dot cept strike Ht the over 8 months i. the be&t they when in CUttoHv f can hope for and many do not It is one mine i.cru pulled to receive that much? The future earth and a myth gone glim hope of our country in theinering. country scho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 October 1901

Coopersvllle. I Annie. Alice. Frank and Mar , igaret RiechofT, Fannie and Farmers about through SOW Wimsalt Ba FiU)at lllg wbcat. ricl Cora Williains. Lucy Car Coopei school reopen Mon-1 rico. Battle Johnson. Lela day morning after a short vaca-1 Hayes. Eddie Spalding. Lula tion for the teacher and scliol Mills, Hannah Ltllifl and Ernest ars to attend the lair. Hagan. Those neither absent HI .1 1 I ci t .1 : IT u r r ...... ti i 'v .ii.r m or larriv. j'juuie n laidint, rjv II. . Mi ll . I. I). ti ii ir . ill . w Burns snd son left Sunday for j Hannibal 'o work in the ce nient plant B. V. Handle) and wife at tended tin- street fair at Hanni bal Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Lou Col vert and da ugh ter, Jessie and Master Harry nest Cora Hagan. William Delia Wimsatt. i, Laura Keller. Closing Out SALE. Some Extra Bargains. NOTICE TO Tas Pay MONROE CITY FAIR. T-f n f t i a 1 n ai n :inrl Mln Hpcr:in I i i I ..iii in m. m J. U. Robev and wife, from l"c Canton Flannel at 7lc Be reduc one- ,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 October 1901

s fzcZc Nt-o n ccs ctM Monroe City Democrat. VOL 14. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER I7, I90I. No. 29 I Crow Caws. Pat Crow, the alleged kid napper t.of young Cud ahy at Omaha, has written a letter from Africa offering to surren der if the reward is withdrawn. Crow declares that he cent. is inno- Hunklng. Hon. w j i3ryan w,u jec. The Jinglers again out for a ture at Paris tomorrow evening good time. Each took a pillow under the auspices of the I. I. and a lunch under her arm and O. O. P. P. Club. His subject an lougeu Friday night with will be "A Conquering Nation Mrs. Mary K. Noland. Of course they had a good time as only the "great eight" can have. At midnight the dainty lunch was served on papers spread on the floor, then each bunker took her comfort and rolling up most anywhere bunked in good fash ion. Very little sleep did they find that night. When everything had grown quiet and all was dark a lively tume was started on the piano. Who could have .resisted a quiet jig ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 October 1901

THi DEMOCRAT VV, .1, rtOUBb, Editor. I :. r. MIXSON, riti Kdltur $lOOraM VI:,H men - ntltii pen office l Monro, ciiy, Mo. ns MMMMll-l 11 nnittt-r. rHUHHUAY, OCT. l l'.iOl. , k . A T. Time Table TltAIN lOOTft, No 16-Paatr Klyer .. n:i i a. 21 K oloToo Iminn lltM H tn t i--I.,,ihI Kri-itflit 1 m n A ' r ot . in ulatloii . Ifc.YlpB t) Bulfikio to KlItuM ity Kly-r M'i p;m re.., in Non f ; i .I'MhM-iii-r Klv, r ItM H Ui ..-. Cms ;f P t&i-Li i- .l i nrfRhl ft p i' m lA(iotnmoiljttloti WIS am KntiHi:iiyt.BiilTiili) KWcr. 1 :48 pm (ltatl; u tvit 8uuity. duuj's Imlly K. li: SPA MR, Agnt. li . AS Ht, .foe i lm Tuble. TBST. Ko l5Por Kan oitv. St J konh Omaha S't tiranka, Colorado, I'm IHeOoMt, li . , -i. I.. mi.- an'l ! In ii ui I .ui IU am i; Tin- llnrlliigtojpNortherii Paclllo i: n i i lor MorlhwuHl NubriMin muck llllli, WyomliiK, Montana WasliliiRton, Puael Mound, Port" Uii'l, fiuui st. Louis ..1:02pm M For KanaaiCRr, 81 J phi Kmi- mm and weal Iron-. Chicago hum and ouinoy 1: 1 1 nm ;i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 October 1901

WE BUY Poultry and Eggs. We have ail led the buying and shipping of poultry and eggs to our business and will pay highest market price for all that is offered Balzer & Dirigo. Only One Flint Name. Urged the Uuern The accession of Vice IVesi to ilioot Traltow. 'dent Roosevelt to the chief! London, Oct. 8. Doctor magistracy adds another to-the ' Krause, the former Governer of list of presidents who had but Johannesburg, who was on est lone Christian name. Of tilt ed 8ptemV 2 ' the charge I. ... rtf liiirli ttUB.M ...... : 1 isveniy-iive presidents Out SIX, 1 '"- fmw the young Adams, the e!der ,n tUe Extradition Court at Bow Harrison. Polk, Grant. Haves 8treet to day and charged with and Arthur had two. Mr 1st. City Director) Churches 1 : APTJ ST- I 'reaching ever Sun incitement to MONROE CITY, MO. m i SiTt3 AND r 1A.OARA' the WABASH j Hua Its own rai' ard is the Short! lino (.-;;.: .J ' Kansas City, St, Louis ac! Chics; J?' To BUFFALO Tim FALLSI iw i r blgb treason a nd murder. Th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 October 1901

w 1 !. J. ROUSB, Editor. F. H l.X.stJN, City Editor. THE DEMOCRAT to consider the aspirations Advertising makes busings. -1 ambitions and jealousies of thei r I . La .1 . t ' . . ..II other Democrats who are more "v "l" than average, The average pasturea. Missouri Democrat is the main i . . . . i f i. . i i i i :.. MR VhAH Slav Of Missouri li' Wants UO Mane viwiuvaa jy aumn' office. He is a freeman, think ing In the Democrat. ing fur himself, acting tor him self. He has no interest in per , The protracted meeting c have in stock a nice and complete line of Caskets, Robes and Fibers, I l-.K MS $I.OO short notice any line at moderate hutki hi tiic poet onM At Monro,- city, RP NlTOUll-rlUBft MIltUT. Mo. THURSDAY. OCT. i; L901. The end seems to be of the alar off. Boer war Let us all do what vj make Monroe City a town. can to better How can the people oi the United States exoect the Fili pinos to love the people who and attempt to taue away their fn dom. Missouri's ti nances art.- all r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 October 1901

IBBSOBHM NO 1 IONS, NOVELTIES, DFESS GOODS, SILKS, WAIST PAT. TEENS, MITTENS, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, LACES, EMBROIDERIES HANDKER. CHIEFS, RIBBONS, JEWELRY, SHIRTS, OVERALLS, DUCK COATS, PERCALES, OUTINGS, HATS, CAPS, COLLARS, SUSPENDERS, FINE SHOES, HEAVY SHOES, RUBBBRS, BOOTS, OVERALLS, BLANKETS, FANCY CHINA LAMPS, GLASSWARE, TINWARE, L GROCERIES. Greatest Clearing Sale Ever Known In Monroe City. EVERY ITEM IN EVERY DEPARTMENT SACRIFICED. IF YOU HAVE REAL EST ATE, Merch undine, or Anything qw to sell op pxrih&nifn, i' with u ir you wutitio buy or trade for Heal i.M.iti-. Merchant! inc. nrnny thing else, see tin, for m have oalln altnoxt dally for muni ihingi, and can gcnarally aid .you in either n-lllng, exohanl ... . buy Inir anything yon have or mat want kcau ;, .,,,i bi. nnrt what to i. We make n , low iontraci wayi know who to no ratea on farm loan, and write di e d-, wllla, leaaea cd all kinds. Notary Public and Btenotfrapher In oi Oil MaiTli' ;iini Divorce. Get Our Prices an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 October 1901

The Hud's Papa Pity Die sorrow of a bud's papa. The life he leads would give old a jar: There's t'liollie I'alliiiL' i n t nights oach w!uk And going hone with powdur ontbll boy upon the front stops three He was firm and self reliant, and at last be began the study ,"t' of law. After reading six weeks he presented himself lor examination. He was soawk ward and Ill-appearing thai Randolph refused lo examine him. But seeing that .two of the committee had already sign- he condescend Then Willi nits While in hU back yard papa airs his ed his papers wits. e(j The elock striken twelve before that snipe gets dune, And then he holds the gnte till after one. carried him out on their fatal drug. Not having the de- DR. W. B. A. McNUTT shoulders. Sired effect he commended Patrick Henry, the orator, . Christianity to his beloved doc was born. So bereft of their! tor,' saying, "Observe how senses were all who witnessed great a reality and benefit re Pbvh snec-lal attention to diseases cf women au...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 October 1901

NoMztsk gS or pine is J used in roasting I LION COFFEE It is nil coffee- rmrc coffee strong and of delicious flavor. Some coffees arc varnished with! a cheap coating of eggs, glue orl uttier equally noxious substances. Tim MAMd iKickiirffj Iiihuhm uniform uuulity ana irttjhntjaM. Judge Henry, of Kansas City, Tommy-Hot' has queer ideas of justice. A. The Senior class of the Hau M. Stillwell, of Eureka. Kan., tiibal High school held exer lost his wife some time ago. cises Friday afternoon In corn She left htm with three chll memoratiou of the discovery of dren and he let them go on a America by Christopher Colum visit tf) his wife's relatives In bus. Kansas City. When Stillwell a not only remarkably wanted them to come home, singular, but astounding, the their relatives said no. you are amount of tommy-rot taught in not able to raise them as they some schools and palmed off as The following sections is a portion of the will of the la- f-Per K Jf mented Judge A. 0. Helton. Jr-m iVlOlie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 October 1901

For that "tired feeling 99 superinduced by high-priced tailoring, try MILLIONS OF TESTIMONIALS Levy's Cash Clothing Store. Huntington j ner andseemed to have a good County .Surveyor G. ll. Engle I tl,ne- Kev. Francis, of Canton, fill- of New London was transacting business here the tirst of the week. Lewis Smith lias returned to Halls county after a two year's stay in the Western States and is now visiting friends here. Mr. Blacheter, of Illinois is visiting his brother John. James Raees visited his wife at Center last week. Hud Critcheon, our .villaere blacksmith, is nursing a sever ly strained ankle. Ben McAllister has put a i telephone in his stoic at Shiel, He can now remain at :i safe distance from "ile old man" and j dn his sparking Indian Creek. Master Casey Fahy of Mon- Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Will roe City was in these parts Sat Spalding, of this place, a girl, urday in quest of squirrels, j Oct., 12. Mother and babe are Case is quite a sport but was doing nicely. unsuccessfu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 October 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL i4. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, I90I. No. 3 Do Not Be Cross. 'Oh! do not bo cross, dear; It in not worth while To fret and look sulky. Just wear a sweet smile. Let what, e're will, happen, Come trouble or loss, Just hear with it bravely. Hut do notj he cross. "Oh I do not he cross, dear, With those in your home: You know that they love you, Whatever may come. So try to be cheerful, Try to he true. Hut do not he cross, dear, Whatever yon do. "Von would not he cross, dear, With strangers--ah! no: You'd smile on them kindly, As through life you go, Hut you fail to distinguish The gold from the dross, Or else with the home ones You would not be cross." - -Selected. Tea, reached Church News. There will be services at the Hassard Union Church Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. Everybody cordially invited to come. Rev. J. H. Terrlll tilled the pulpit of the Baptist church at Clarence Sunday. Fr. J. Lyons, of Indian Creek spent part of the week in S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 October 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor R. i HIXSON, City Editor. IkRMS Sl.OO MM VI. AR Hiiet.'l Hi the pott Office tt Monroe City, Mo. aN ht'foinl-clHss nintler. THURSDAY. OCT. '.'I 1901. ti. k. & T. Time Table thai:- - IOOTH, No Ift-PMMDMt Flyer 11:0.1 p u nAeoommpdttlpti IMS I'iI-.I.ockI Fri-lght ,. tilt l A'ToniinoctHiion . y:-.tpir D Bufftio to Kmmm City riy. r ,...4Jpn 1 HAINN Nor.rH Ifr-pMsaoivr Fler, ... .... 4sM HfMiienn' '" V n 1M.-I.nnl Freight . . . n:' pm MAni'oiiiino'lttlon . rib S Kbiim City to Buirlo fiver. .. ln:4pm (Dally i-ifi-pt Huiiilay. Otbtrl lmlly. B, II: HIM UK. AK'.nt. II. & St. Joe Time Table. WF.S-T. Ko III Pot Kiinsax City, Bt. Jiweph Omiilia NLl.no.kii, roloiu.lo. I'.u ilii i oast, Irom Ht. tionli aii'l Hannibal 103 am it The Burlington-Northern PmelBo Kxpn s for Norllnv. -1 NflirMM Black Illlls, Wyoming, Montana Waaliltjgtou. PllKet Round. I'ort- land, from 9t. Lonli l:0pai .V Pot Kansas ('.By. HI Joepll, Kan mill west from ChlcbgO ami anduulney i:ii ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 October 1901

Pan-American i Exposition --X AND i" "i Niagara Falls the WABASH mm Han Its own rills and is the shortest line Iroi Kansas City, St. Lou' 3 and Chicagof To BUFFALO m FALLS Slup-i,vers (riven nt both pulnts n ail tickets. Onlv line from St. limit, via Malar, Fall,. 11 .rossrs Detroit INvcr, ace ! the nasi beaiitilul rlv-.rs of Awri i. ' ,J Pan Por IMfrl.llt, Natter, Ralr,, ate., rail tin nearei 4 " CIUNF. Cleo'l PaaMlfW Tlelel At. nt. RT. L ' i I Mi Bilisabethtowu (Ken lucky) J News: The Kentucky Legisla- tun.-, whicli meets this winter, will lie asked to make an up propria t lotl for a state exhibit at the St. Lou it Exposition in pleasant 1908. This exposition will tar mit.hino it,,. Wnri,!' fiWiit Central College beat the Mis- Chicago, and in every respect ou,rl Sli,le University in a ,ii,;., ,.f n. oan name at r-ny'i Rio II. S. Anderson Clayton, III., are the family of f). Mr. Anderson i- man at Clay tun a nd rent it'tn. in. and wife, of the it uests rf YV. Colgate, i uewspaper i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 October 1901

9 THIZ DEMOCRAT W. J, ti. v 1 BR MS ROUSE, Kditor. HIXSON. ity Ivlitor $1.00 l-I.K Yfc AK PDtHtd nttlic r"toBVcat II On KM City fui-oml-clasR Mutter. THURSDAY, OCT. "4 Mo. Iii the Democratic party the majority should make the plat-from. . 1 1 1 - t as long as trusts are per mitted in the United States the people will be oppressed by them. Democrats of great ability ami sterling worth an- aspir ing to the place of Senator G. ;. Vest and there is no cause for -i bitter strife. Like every oilier good Demo cratic new-paper, the Inde pendence Sentinel is opposed to gang control in the Democratic party. ' If Hie party is to win the respect ami confidence of t lie American people. " says the Sentinel, '-it must weeu out the fossils who have been hanging onto official position so Ion"; 1801. that the memory of man run net h not to the contrary. Long service in office is more auto CratiC thai. Democratic and the leeches should be shaken loose. Pass the offices around. There are plenty of rep...

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