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Monroe City, Mo., November 7, 1912.
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THOMAS R. MARSHALL,
Monroe Township Vote.
Monroe township polled a large
vote. On national ticket the vote
was as follows:
Democratic 378, Republican 93,
Prohibitionist 21. Socialist 10,
Socialist-Labor 1, Progressives 21.
Major received 390, McKinly 89,
Nortori 19. R. S. McClintic receiv
ed 397 for State Senator.
Amendment No. 8 received 225
vote9 and 192 against. For Amend
ment No. 6 there were 8 votes and
479 against it. All , amendments
except No. 8 were snowed under
The landslide yesterday was na
tion wide. The Democrats carrying
more than three-fourths of the
states. Several states expected to
be for Taft or Roosevelt go for
Wilson. At 7 o'clock Tuesday even
ing Republican managers conceded
Now York Democratic hy 100,000
to 150,000. It is the ftreatest Dem
ocratic victory in years. President
Taft and Col. Roosevelt have sent
congratulatory telegrams to Gov.
Missouri sends thirteen Demo
cratic Congressmen. Among those
who will hold up Pres. Wilson's
hands will be our own Congressman
W. W. Rucker who has done much
for the people and has many good
things to his credit. The Second
District is proud of him. So is the
entire country. Then in the First
that peerless leader James T. Lloyd.
He has led in many hard battles for
the people. Then in the Ninth
there is that battle scarred veteran
Champ Clark, whose work in Con
gress did much to cause Democrat
ic success. He will continue to fight
for the people's rights and the na
tion honors Champ Clark and Champ
Clark is an honor to any nation.
Missouri has a strong delegation in
Congress and they will accomplish
much good for the people.
William Hawkins (colored) died
at his home in this city Sunday
aged 62 years. ' He has long been a
resident of this city and was well
known, ruueral services were
Big Democratic Vote Throughout
President Wilson and Vice Presi
Democratic Electoral Vote Between
350 and 375-Necessary to Choice 266.
Roosevelt Electoral Vote Between
60 and 75. Taft Runs a Poor Third.
New York Democratic 150,000 to
Missouri Democratic by from 50,000 to 75,000.
Senate and House Will be Democratic.
Single Tax Amendment Defeated in Cities and Country.
Probably All Amendments Defeated.
East, West and South Roll Up Big Democratic Vote.
ELLIOTT W. MAJOR.
Missouri has shaken off the shack
les of Hadleyism and has elected
Elliott W. Major to be Governor and
he will have the hearty support of
all State officers, together with a
Democ ratic Legislature.
Mrs. Perry Hays died at 8:10 yes
terdav morning. She leaves a hus
band, an infant daughter, 2 sisters,
brother, father and many friends.
Funeral services will be conducted
from Holy Rosary Church at 10
o'clock this Thursday morning.
Clifford Chipman was visiting his
brother the first of the week.
Arkansas on Wheels.
Last Wednesday afternoon Arkan- j
sas was in Monroe Lity. lneirex-.
hibit was a good one and the prod-
ucts of our sister State were well
displayed. Arkansas wants more i
citizens and has been brought to re
alize that she must advertise. A '
splendid band accompanied the
train. About one hundred and fifty I
good citizens of Arkansas were on
the train and were ready to answer !
all questions regarding the resources
of Arkansas and the inducements;
the State has to oiler. I his train
lias been in many states and wher
ever it goes does good for Arkansas.
Don't Be Cruel.
A crate of fowls stood on a truck
awaiting a Chicago train. The crate
was so shallow that not a single
bird could stand upright. If any
one questions the cruelty of this let
him be fastened in a crate where
he must either sit in a cramped po
sition or stand with legs crooked
for hours or even days as fowls are
sometimes forced to do. This is
needless cruelty. The cost of a
deeper crate is almost nothing. In
deed, the shipper would undoubt
edly make money by giving birds a
Years ago it was customary to
drive milch cows at night with a
dog. And if at milking time a cow
failed to conduct herself properly
she was hammered with a stool or
other convenient implement. We
know how that under such condi
tions cows fail to "give down" prop
erly; and the owner is the loser.
Some dairymen have learned the
lesson so well that no one is allow
ed to even scold milch cows.
Thoughtless ones think this is folly
but there is profit in such policy.
Further study shows that even sick
ness, pain, discomfort or worry re
duce nerve force, weight and pro
ducing capacity in people; even so
do similar conditions in livestock
reduce working power or profit pro
duction. People who otherwise
treat dumb creatures cruelly will
learn that they cannot afford to do
so. Apply the golden rule to your
fowls and you will put dollars into
your pockets. Ex.
A Prairie Fire Near Perry.
Perry. Nov. 4 A prairie fire.
which broke out between Perry and
Center this morning threatened to
do a great deal of damage. The
neighbors, and the Short Line sec
tion men worked hard and soon
succeeded in staying the progress
of the flames. The damage will
not be great.
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Capehiatier. Haiti. Nov. 4. The
Revolutionists attacked Montchris
to, on the north coast today, Santo
Domino fighting desperately. The
defenders of the town are strongly
resisting the director of customs
Many are fleeing from the city.