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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 October 1900

n I JNO. J ROGERS The cool mornings are here suggestive of the colder ones that will fonow soon. Our mammoth assortment of FALL AND WINTER WEARS X arc liere, suggestive of what yon want now and will want in a few weeks following. Oar Jackets Are Here. Come and see the garments them selves Try them on Satisfy yourself about the price It will satisfy you Pick out what you want You Jean get any of them in our stock in sizes as fol lows: Ladies Jackets 32 to 44. Misses Jackets 14 to 18 years. Children's Jackets 4 to 12 years. Infants Garments 2 to 5 years. All cut in the newest styles and prices the lowest consistent in keeping with good quality. X5he Right Price One satisfaction in trading with us: Wc guarantee the price of every article we sell. If you can't do better here than any where else, we won't ask for your custom. When wc offer Hart, Schaffner & Marx guaran teed suits and overcoats for the price of ordinary cloth ing you may know our way of dealing. Better value, more for...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 October 1900

Tell the People. These are the facts of Demo era tic service to the people of Missouri which should be im pressed upon the public mind by Democratic orators on the stump throughout the present campaign: Tell the people that the Dem ocratic party found the State plunged over ifL'O.OOO.OOO in debt by Republican extravagance and corruption, and that it has now reduced that debt to less than $2,X)0,000, to be shortly wiped out entirely. Tell the people that the Democratic party found the State bearing a tax burden of 50 cents on the 9100 valuation, due to this same Republican ex travagance and corruption, and that it has now reduced the tax rate to 2" cents on the $100 val uatiou, the loivest tax rate in the Union. been but $100,558.68. Tell the people that I Republican or Democrat, I under i would get up and talk just as I Tell the people that the Dam ocratic party found the State's credit destroyed by Republican misrule. Hie State bonds selling at a discount for i;t cents on the dolla...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 October 1900

"AT THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG HOUSE" x of x B, O, WOOD X You will find in X WALL PAPERS The largest stock, the most beautiful designs, the very latest combinations, the richest tints and shades and at the very lowest prices, at which they can be sold. No trouble in making quick selections from this well selected stock. B, a WOOD. The World's Best Orations. From the Earliest Period to the Present Time. Justice DAVID J, BREWER Editor, Assisted by a large corps of assistant editors, Advisory Board and Contributors. The Most Complete Work on the Subject Ever Issued in any Language. Be Sure And Get The Brewer Book. Send for 32 page sample of paper and contents containing 40 half tone illustrations also copy of Testimonials of a large number of the lead ing attorneys of America. F. P. KAISER, Publisher, AGENTS St, Louis, Mo, WANTED A Crisis in onr History. Do the laboring men of Amer ica desire to be brought into competition with the leprous hordes of the Orient? asks the Leadville Miner. Are...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 October 1900

Correspondence. L. H. Dotld and A Hatch From Hutch The St. Louis Exposition will close Saturday. .1. s. BrU and bob Jewle, Ex Postmaster General W. L. rxDdon, pent part f lat Wilson died yesterday morning. Circuit court next week. Have your machines repaired by J. B. Bristow. The largest 5 cts. Tablet at RANKY & SAUNDXjKS. ents, Mr. and Mrs. other relative!). Itev. .James Mishop preached at DeMoss Chapel lant night and will preach again tonight ( Tuesday ) and possibly throughont the week. IrVtW Oh!! mtA mill at St.' Itegnald Klder left last Monday for PBtera Church. Bundav and gave com-1 Oklahoma to take up his residence. Raney fe Saunders for School munion to a number of children. VVe hope him success in h.s n. w ; Woo ks and School Supplies Politics are red hot here with the MMBfc Democrat! in the lead Kd C'jawford will have a sale Bat urda) . Mn of Ne week ei'-i-f. " Karl Reid and John Demaree vv. J, Kendrlok and wife visited re IhUvcs in New London lat week. Corn Meems to b...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 October 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT VOL, 13. riONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1900. NO.29 H. and St. Joe Depot. In the language of the "gut ter snipe" the -Burlington peo ple "are tearing the bone -out" at the Hannibal and St. Joseph R. R. depot. They are not do ing what we were reasonably expecting, but then a half loaf and one fin of a fish is better than none at all. The west end of the freight house has been torn out and twenty f-.et of space is bMng added to it so as to give room at the east end of it next to the Agents office for a ladies wait ing room. That will place the office between the two waiting rooms. Ticket windows are cut through from each waiting room to the Agents office and all of the interior of office changed so one would scarcely recognize it. Taken as a whole the interior will be vastly improved es pecially so are the convenien cies for ladies with children. But what of the exterior? Well we will be "Kerilabergast ed" if it isn't a honey, a peach one that doesn...

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. — 25 October 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor, i KB MS $1,00 PER VEAR Kliure.t nt Itit nl Monroe City, h fc m ond-clasi. innHr r. Mo. THURSJ AY. 0 'I' IT 1900. Geo W. Little, of C. in this city Tlltirsda v i in- was Missouri's next governor is to speak ut Paris at 1 o'clock to moriOWi Friday evening. Do your clothes look yellow? If so, use Maple City Soap, It will make them white Ugait). Sold by all grocers. Only seventy live centu to Pa nil your buggy look as good hi new with SenoUTH Car riage Paint!. Tal- no other. For sale by RANBY & Sai .nueks. Two bars of Maple Citv Soap will do as much washing as three of any rosin tilled soap and do it better and easier. All grocer. William Buckmau lias enter ed his fancy black saddle geld ing Paul White at the horse show wbicil will be pulied oil in St. Louis next week. Those who use Maple City Self Washing Soap will usually have no other kind, because it does better work and does it easier. Sold by all grocers. Constitutio...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 October 1900

Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. Get your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell & Son to day The best buggy Paint go to Call and shoes Ram;y& Saundkks. examine our school A. Boui-wake & Son. Books of The largest assortment of School Tablets and School sup plies at Raney & Saunders. Ices, confections, luncheons hot meals and the best cigars in the city to be found at Cald well & Son's. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS. J. J. FITZPATRICK, Buy your School Raney & Saunders. The correct fall styles in fall footwear at A. Boulware & Son, School Books School Books School Books School Books. Raney & Saunders. The newest styles in ladies and mens shoes A. Boulware & Son. For the best school shoes see. A. Boulware & Son. you Come quick, come a runnin to the best Restaurant and Ice Cream parlors to be fonnd. Caldwell & Son. I am almost tempted to "Dun" some people who are owing me, for my Bills must be paid, and I need what you owe me to help pay them...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 October 1900

THE DEMOCRAT w. HOUSE, Kditor. II I. SON, City Kditor. IKK MS $1.00 PKK VHAK Km. r. : al thf poM office at Monroe City, as ncrnrd-rlass matter. Mo THURSDAY. OCT 25. 1900. Vote fur liberty. Empire costq too much. Stand for equal rights to all. Vote for American manhood. Stand by the Declaration of Independence. Every his duty Democrat Nov. 6, should do Dockery will make Missouri an excellent ifovernor. Whenever monopoly controls the Republic is in danger. We want no colonies under the American flag. Polygamy is no more right in the Sulu Islands than it is in the United States. If you are for a government of, for and by the people vote for Bryan and the entire Demo cratic ticket. The man who has to depend upon his labor for his living cannot afford to vote for Han na's man. Thiuk about it. America, if she endorses Mark Hanna's policy, can just as consistently endorse high way robbery. Imperialism, trusts, a large standing army, slavery, polyg amy have the endorsement of the bosses in ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 October 1900

If you want a lunch go Caldwell & Son's restaurant Now is a good time to pay your subscription. New is Time to enroll on the Democrat's list. Miss Anna at Mokane. Rouse is visiting Miss Ethel Dillon was a vis-1 itor in the Gem City yesterday. MiltOll Muldrow, of near Clarence, was a business visi- tor in the city Monday. Mrs. Z. C. Proctor of Chicago is visiting her husbands parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Proctor. Robt. J. Rouse has arrived from Kansas where he has been for several months. For Rent. 8 room dwelling house couvenently located. Ap ply at office. Mrs. Dr. C. G. Hampton is the guest of friends near Stouts-ville. Rev. H. A. Hunt of St. Joseph was in the city with triends yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Jennie Bond and Miss Anna Rouse visited relatives near Stoutsville the first of the week. Mrs. Walter Pritchett of Clarence is the delightful guests of her friends R. S. Mc Clintic and wife. John W. Lewellen is ill with the typhoid fever at the home of his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 October 1900

Tlio RlBlit to Freedom. The right of the Cubans to freedom was not based upon their proximity to the United States, nor upon the language which they spoke, nor yet upon the race or races to which they belonged. Congress by a prac tically unanimous vote declar ed that the principles enunci ated at Pti.ladelphia in 1770 were still alive and applicable to the Cubans. Who will draw a line between the natural rights of the Cubans and the Filipinos':1 Who will say that the former has a right to liber ty and that ..the latter lias no rights which we are bound to respect? And, if the Filipinos "are and of right ought to be free and independent." what right have we to force our gov ernment upon them without their consent 'i Before our duty cau be ascertained their rights must be determined, and when their rights are once determin ed it is as much our duty to re spect those rights as it was the duly of Spain to respect the rights of the people of Cuba or the duty of England to respect the rig...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 October 1900

AT THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG HOUSE" X OF X B, O, WOOD X You will find in X WALL PAPERS The largest stock, the most beautiful designs, the very latest combinations, 'the richest tints and shades and at the very lowest prices, at which they can be sold. No trouble in making quick selections from this well selected stock. b, a WOOD. The World's Best Orations. From the Earliest Period to the Present time Justice DAVID J, BREWER Editor, Assisted by a large corps of assistant editors. Advisory Board and Contributors. The Most Complete Work on the Subject Ever Issued in any Language. Be Sure And Get The Brewer Book. Send for 82 page sample of paper and contents containing 40 half tone illustrations also copy of Testimonials of a large number of the lead ing attorneys of America. F. P. KAISER, Publisher AGENTS ' St. Louis, Mo, WANTED Bryan's New York Scech"j Mr. Bryan spoke, in tlie first place, from tlie inspiration of! his audience, not from a manu cript, as tour years ago in the garden, ami ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 October 1900

Correspondence. A Butch from Hntch V The people of St. Stephen Church are making piepartion- for a SHCred Coneert to he given the 28th. A lee ture will he ;iven the name eveninc by '. K. O fyeai y. a speaker of world I wide fame. The eoneert will be under in l the direction of Felix O'Connor, one Ralls Co. Fanners are busy gathering eorn and preparing 'r winter. Tliere will be church at Aerial the tirht Sunday in November. Beery democrat should vote the traigbt ticket in November CofMM-rNvillo Oatbering eorn is the order of the day. Crop are very light. W. i. Barger is buying up mosi oftheeur' plus coi n iti this vieinin Bob Gander left for Colorado Mon day to keek iiis fortune! II. i. Lew and Tamil) spent Mon day witu Mrs. Lear's parents. Mr. Bherly and wife at New Market. Mr. Whitmer sient tli- latter part of last week in Hannibal visiting relatives. ot the best vocalists in the state. The infant son of Lee Piereeall was buried in St. Stephens eemetery Sun day evening. Market Repo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 November 1900

y 1 MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL, 13. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1900. NO.30 r Bryan Outlines His Plan to Sup press the Trusts. In reply to an inquiry from the New York Herald as to his plan to suppress the trusts, William Jennings Bryan wired from Baltimore last Tuesday: "Publicity is good, but public ity, alone is not sufficient. The practices of the trusts must not be made Known, but they must be prevented. The Republican party has no remedy fortrusts. We have. "First Enforce the demand in the Democratic platiorm for legislation which will place trust-made articles on the free list. "The corporations will then not be inspired to combine in this country to raise prices here while they sell abroad in com petition with the world. There is no doubt that such legislation would protect the people from much of the ex tortion which is practiced under cover of high-tariff .aws. "Second Provide by law that before any corporation organized in any State shall do business outsi...

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. — 1 November 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. .1. houhk, Editor. It. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TBRMS $1.00 PER YEAR Kntcrcd at the post office at Monroe City, as i ! . lass matter. Mo. THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1900. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. Dr. Birney, of Hydesburg, was in the city S itnrl ty Raney & Saunders for School Hooks and School Supplies. Get your dinner and lunch eons al Citldwell & Son to day The best buggy Paint go to Raney & Saunders. Buy your School Hooks of Raney iV. Saunders. Milton Cline, of near Hunt imrton. was in the city Thurs o - day on business bent. Charles Owen, of Hatch' was trading with the Monroe mer chants Thursday. John Lake and wife, of Ely, were in the city on a shopping tour Thursday. Come in and pay us what you owe. Shakp & Donley. For nice fresh cool luncheons or a hot meal, go to the right place, Caldwell & Son. Our school shoes are the best on earth, every pair guaranteed A BOULWARE &S()N. New stock of Wall Papers, especially for the fall ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 November 1900

Docker' on State JHunH.aut "Republican leaders, have been charging that tax assess ments of railroads have been re duced, while those of farms have been increased since in?") by the Democratic party. The charge is as baseless as the charges brought regarding the school fund, and In this case al so, as in the case of the school fund, investigation shows that the Republican party's record in this respect contains cause for censure. "It was not uutil March 10, 1871, when the Republican grip on the State was loosening and when a Democratic Legislature was in power, that the act as sessing railroads for taxation was passed. Before that time the railroads of Missouri had not paid a cent of tax. "By taking the figures ol 1875 the Republican leaders have at tempted to show that railroads were assessed at $11), 142 per mile then, while now they are assessed at 11,118 per mile. "The answer to this is that in 1875 under railways, were in cluded all kinds of railroad property which are not asse...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 November 1900

THE DEMOCRAT WW. UOUSK, Editor. K. F. HIXSON, City Kdltor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1900. Democrats all in line. Vote ior the interests of the masses. Don't vote for the interests of the trusts. Col. R. P. Williams is the man for State Treasurer. Every illegal voter should be protected in a penitentiary. John A. Lee will best fill the chair as Lieutenant Governor. Dockery is the man for Governor. Missouri Democracy has a good strong clean ticket. Vote for yourliberty and your home. Missouri has the lowest tax rate in the Union. Joseph P. Herrington de serves your vote for Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner. Albert O. Allen deserves the vote of every Democrat for Auditor. Sam B. Cook should have your vote for Secretary of State. Judge James B. Gantt is one of the best judges ever on the Supreme bench. Vote for him. Richard L. Goode will make a just judge of the St. Louis Court of Appeal. Vote "Yes" on the Second Constitutional Amendment and let us have better roads and...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 November 1900

Will L. Green has paid the Democrat office an appreciated visit. Jacob Niclial, of Plainsville, 111., has been in the city look ing for an investment. George Catron and family, of Ralls County has spent the week iu the city with old friends. Dr. W. B. A. McNutt Kentucky on business. Rev. J. H. Riffe toolf in county seat the first of week. the the Rev. S. J. Strawn, of Nebras ka has been in the city with friends. J. N.. Berry, of Joanna, has the thanks of the office for some very fine sweet potatoes1 Geo. Aylor, a machinest in the Burlington shops in Hanni bal came home Tuesday on a sick leave. Lost. A black all wool coat, double breasted, lost south on gravel road. Leave at this office. On accout of the heavy rain the T. E. (Cop) Whitecotten sale was posponed until Nov. 5th. Don't forget date, Rev. J..R. Pentuff. of Burling ton, Iowa, spent the first of the week in the city with relatives and friends. J. W. Burditt is at LaBelle assisting B .B. Barr get a meat market in running orde...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 November 1900

Young Men aro IntereHted. The young men of tne United States will decide the approach ing struggle for control of the national government; and as it is interesting to observe the attitude of the ,two great polit ical parties toward the youth of the nation.. The Republican party says, in effect, to the ycung men of the country that the natural and inevitable development of the trust system is narrowing opportunity at home; that to at tempt to cramp .or prevent the growth of trusts would be un scientific and hopeless, but that there is boundless opportunity for young men in the Philip pines and in China, and that an American colonial system will furnish an outlet for the energy and ambition which seek in vain for a Held on the American con tinent. The Democratic party says to the young .men of America that there is room enough for them on their own soil and that when industrial, financial or commercial developments tend to lesson or destroy opportuni ty it is the duty of the govern me...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 November 1900

"AT THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG HOUSE" a: OF a: B. O. WOOD X You will find in WALL PAPERS The largest stock, the most beautiful designs, the very latest combinations, Lthe richest tints and shades and at the very lowest prices, at which they can be sold. No trouble in making quick selections from this well selected stock. B, a WOOD. Stone's Dispatch to Selbert. Chairman The World's Best Orations. From the Earliest Period to the Present time Justice DAVID J, BREWER Editor, Assisted by a large corps of assistant editors, Advisory Board and Contributors. The Most Complete Work on the Subject Ever Issued in any Language. Be Sure And Get The Brewer Book Send for 32 page sample of paper and contents containing 40 half tone illustrations also copy of Testimonials of a large number of the lead ing attorneys of America. F. P. KAISER, Publisher AGENTS ' St, Louis, Mo, WANTED Burlington lieachttiK Out A dispatch from Burlington, Iowa, yesterday says: The purchase iy the Burlington system of the nine...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 November 1900

-More Truth Than Poetry. It DPeinf) to mo There's more Europe In our policy than there ought to he', Too much willingness to shoot those who oppose our rule: Too much proncness to learn in mon archy's bloody school Too little sympathy for the Hot ft in their death-grip: Too great host? to fly the Union Jack over the Alaska strip: Too many trust privileges at the sac rifice of popular right; Too much caste and too little of the common people in sight. it seems to me If those grand men came hack whote hlood set us free, They'd straighten these things out and make us hold With ttrtiier faith the creed they taught of old: "We are false to Freedom - they would keep us true: We're Kmpi'e-mad they'd weld the Republic anew: We're Tory-tempted they the taint would see. Anu make us good Americans again it seems to me. IttPLKY I). SAUNDKKS. Market Keport. Cattle - ...$4.00$5.00 Hogs $4.004.10 Sheep $3.00f4.25 Chickens 5jjc Spring Chickens fSc Turkeys - 4.Jc(6Jc Ducks - 4c Geese 44c Eggs 14-jc ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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