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THE iDliiViOCR T
J. ROUSE, Editor.
$1.00 FOR YEnR ,
a ered at the Postonice at Monroe City .
Missouri, as second-class roaUcr.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1912.
If you want posters,
If you want sale bills,
If you want circulars.
If you want envelopes,
If you want bill heads,
If you want price lists,
If you want statements,
If you want note heads.
If you want letter heads.
If you want address cards,
If you wnnt invitation cards,
If you want pamphlets or books,
If you want any kind of printing
done, call at the Dtinocrat office.
What t lie Missouri
Editors Are Saying
And It Did Rain.
It didn't rain the next day it
rained on Tuesday, Atchison Coun
Will Attend Both Funerals.
The followers of the elephant and
the bull moose have already declar
ed that the war is still on to the
death. Well, the donkey is ready
to attend the funeral of either.
Could Not Find Voice Enough.
The Chronicle has the finest
feathered rooster in America but we
decline to let him crow over Tues
day's victory, as no bird ever lived
that can do justice besides we
don't like to "rub it in" on our new
converts to Democracy. Weston
And the Sun Still Shines.
"From a close reading of stand
pat literature," says Noah Count of
Chiggerbite, "I deduce that Presi
dent Taft was responsible for the
timely rains and good crops this
summer but that the drought of a
year ago is to be charged to the
Almighty." Kansas City Times.
And He Did Yell. Liar!
President Taft can have at least
the consolation of knowing he con
ducted a dignified campaign and
while defeated for the traditional
second term, he knows of a certain
fellow who lost out for a third term
and who made quite a spectable of
himself calling men liars. Rich
And It Still Shines.
Notwithstanding the direful fore
bodings of the opposition in case
the Democratic national ticket was
elected, the sun came up the next
morning and shone with its usual
warmth and strength. It is possi
ble, after all, the Democratic vic
tory will not cause a convulsion of
nature Albany Ledger.
Oregon and Missouri.
Oregon defeated a single tax
amendment last Tuesday and adopt
ed a woman's suffrage amendment.
This showed a surer use of the pow
er of direct legislation than Mis
souri showed. Now, however, that
the Missouri people have discover
ed that the initiative and referen
dum are their surest protection
against the things that they do not
want, they doubtless will be more
self-confieent and will use it as
well to get the things they do want.
Kansas City Times.
The Last of Kansas Governor of
There is one thing Missouriaus
can be truly thankful for. It is
that they will have no more of Had-
'y U3 tlu-'r h"ve:'iiuI' ufrcr January
1st, 1913. If he should perchance
prepare n messnije to hand over to
the next legislature, that document
would not likely have much weight.
Yes - Yes - Yes Yes
"We have met the enemy and
they are ours." (Gee Whiz! What
a relief it is to get that out of our
system! We've been saving that
quotation for nearly twenty years
thinking each succeeding election
wonld afford an opportunity for its
use, but, somehow, it has seemed to
fit better the columns of the oppo
sition papers.) Mokane Missou
rian. Where Wilson Was Right.
Governor Wilson declined a gift
of $12,500 proffered by Cyrus II.
McCormick. of the Harvester trust.
In taking this course Gov. Wil. on j
said that it" lie entered the Wiiiii"
Ih.Ube as president it would be
with clean hands. It will be noted
that Governor Wilson, unlike Col.
Roosevelt, did not wait until the
election was over before ordering
the money returned. Glasgow
Put Taft Out of Business.
Roosevelt can take satisfaction in
the fact that he helped to put his
old friend Taft out ot the presiden
cy, even though in putting him out
he ruined the party that has caus
ed the rain to fall and the sun to
shine for lo these many years; yea,
has even given the American citi
zen courage and energy to toiL
Now then, if the soil refuses to pro
duce under Democratic rule who
will be to blame but Roosevelt for
bringing about the defeat of the old
Republican party. Macon Times-
He Has Gone Gone Gone!
Goodbye to the "mysterious
stranger." He found lodgment in
Missouri by accident, and has over
stayed his time through careless
ness and indifference of those who
could have said to him "move on."
There is no mistaking the voice of
the people this time. Possibly
within the next half century the
governor's mansion at Jefferson
City may need an airing, and the
"mysterious stranger" again gets a
lookin, but he is advised to hunt
another job for the present, and
cease to look with covetous eye in
the direction of Jeff. City. King
The Harvest Trust Robbers.
In the Harvester Trust Investiga
tion in Chicago last week Wm. N.
Racy, comptroller of the Interna
tional figured which show that the
profits of the McCormick Harvest
ing Machine Company for the five
years preceding the consolidation
of the manufacturing concenrs was
Jt.uuu.uuu. This was 1,000 per
cent on the capitalization of the
plant. Who paid this enormous
profit? The farmers who bought
the product of this plant. Is it anv
wonder that our manufacturers of
farm machinery can ship their
products abroad and sell them to
foreigners for less money than they
sell them to our home farmer? The
day for changing this condition of
affairs is at hand and every farmer
in the United States owes it to him
self to lend his aid to crush out
this huge monopoly. The political
campaign is ended but the cam
paign for a better distribution of
the benefits of our industrial enter
prises has just begun. Worth
Bibliography of American Geology.
The United Stares Geological Sur
vey has j.-t i H'.cd a Bulletin E24
,K3 bibliiii.ij:liy of North Ancriean
j Geology for 1911, by J. M. Niches.
It is an author list of the books, pa
pers, aad luaps bearing on the eol
ogy (induiiof! the paleontology,
Sure to get the
B Ask for I
petrology, and mineralogy) of North
America and adjacent islands, and
also of Panama and Hawaii, with a
very full alphabetic subject index
by which any paper relating to a
certain subject or to any particular
area may be readily found.
This bibliography is one of a se
ries which is issued annually, the
volume for 1910 forming Bulletin
495. From time to time the bibli
ographies are combined in a single
volume covering several years. The
series now covers the literature of
American geology from 1732 to the
end of 1911. Bulletin 524 and also
Bulletin 493 may be obtained on ap
plication to the Director of the Geo
logical Survey, Washington, D. C.
Notice to Hunters and Tresspassers
Quail are scarce this year and
in order lo protect we will not
hunt them this season and we
hereby give notice that we will not
allow any hunting, trapping or
tresspassing by man or dog on our
premises, or shooting on or across
the public highway:
D. K. Yowell, Samuel Wilson, C
L Elzea, George Hanson, Thomas
Wilson, Richard Redman, Nude
Finch, J. I. Thomas, H. C. Under
hill. Irvin Underhill, L. 0. Wilson,
Jackson W. Rouse, P. N. Jones,
George L. Hampton, Ada Turnbull
A. Lee Ely, William Mounce,
Samantha Orr, W. H. Berry, H. L
Jnnnnn, Dr. L. T. Bell, Jas. F.
' Brydon, John C. Hardy, Frank Gen
' try, Dr. J. H. Bell, Dave Gosney,
i iitO. & Llzen. fczra b. Hampton,
j Robt. Meriwether. Attorney 12-5.
Ceorge Painter of near Shelbiua,
, spent part of the week with Gcorga
0. Lord of Harvest, now we come
And humbly offer thanks to Thee
For ripened grain, and hay in mow,
For all the wealth of vine and
The fruitage purple in the sun,
The gifts of all the bounteous
We name them over one by one
They make Thanksgiving's song
0, gracious Father, for Thy care,
Thy tender mercies all the way,
For friendships true and love sin
We offer Thee our thanks to-day
For gifts of sunshine and of rain.
For all that make the moments
Our gratitude In joyful strain
. We sing Thanksgiving's song of
Injunction Stops New M. W. A.
Rates All Over Country.
Springfield, 111., Nov. 22. Holding
the new rates of the Modern Wood
men to be ''burdensome to the
members" and "excessive and un
necessary" Judge Shirley of the
Sangamon circuit court today
granted a perpetual injunction re
straining the head camp from put
ting the rates into effect. As the
organization is an Illinois corpora
tion the injunction is effective all
over the United States and Canada 1
Mrs. J. W. Carr, of Hunnewell
spent part of the week with Monroe
Hare your Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry repaired at Bebb's
Jewelry Store. All work guar
anteed. Mrs. C. L. Drescher went to Quin-
cy. Friday to see Mrs. F. W. Meyer
who recently underwent an opera
M. M. Sebree of Avon, 111., was
here part of the week to look after
his real estate interests.
Advertise your wants in the
.4,f OVER 65 Y
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Inrentlnn Is probably patentable. Coromuntca
tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent
tent free. Oldest auency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munu & Co. receive
portal notice, without charge. In the
A handsomely lllnitrated weekly, targeit cir
culation of any BClentLUo journal. Terms, 93 a
rear: four month. (L Sola by all newadealerx.
MUNN&Co.361818'- New York
Uraiicn Offloe, 624 F BU Washington, D. C
Abyotis lending a sketch and description mar
J. R. B. KIDD,
Satisfaction guaranteed. Will go any
Monroe City, Missouri.
DR. J. S. HOWELL
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Rooms 401-2-3 Hannibal Trust Building
Will cry sales tu Marion, Monroe,
Halls and Shelby counties.
Bell Phone to Ely.
JAMES T. SANDIFER
Monroe City. - Missouri
Ryan's Low Prices!
Men's and Misses'
Children's and Women's
Every Day Shoes:
Cc, 13c, 39c, 69c, 9ec, $1.23,
Forty-Five Large Bins to
RYAN SHOE CO.,
207 N. Main St. Hannibal, Mo.
W. T. RTJ'i LCDUE, Dentist.
The saving of teeth si specialty
Office in Redman Block over Va
riety store. 'Phone 5G.
W. D. A. McNutt, M.
Office over Wood's Drug Store. Residence
Dfi.J. N. SOUTHERN, Kon.""14
Omce over Rogers Thompson's store.
Telephones: Residence F. & M. 240. Be;
S52. Olllce: Bell 56.
R. S. McOLINTIO
Office over Monroe City Bank
Monroe City Mo.
O-sCsopathic ' Piiysician
''''.: Proctor Building
.V'j.ir Us- City, ivn).
' ' i : w no p A M Kg. i .),-)
Farmers and Merchants Bant
Monroe City Mo
F. H. HAGAN, President.
WM. R. YATES, Vice-President
W. R. P. JACKSON. nflchipr
W. M. PATTERSON. Asst. Cashier
W. W. LONGMIRE, Secretary.
Dr. J. B. Corley, J. D. Robey,
John Shearman. W. W.
T. M. Boulware, W. M. Carrier.
foreign Exchange Bought and
New business desired and uni
celled Facilities offered.
Meriwether & Meriwether,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will practice in all courts. No
tary Publi In office.
R. L. BUELL, ZT!?ry
. . -i Physician and
OfflT0lUF 8 fTPt'ey answered
Office: Elliott's t.Iixd n...
F,r M- ?hone 262- Residence,
S. C. Hampton, -
Monroe City, Mo,
prpmpfaenu'Jn3.' 1!'al tiwa
Uae the TRAVELERS
PRICE 28 CENTS
431 8. DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO
DR. U. S. SMITH.
2nd Floor Trust Bldg. Hannibal, Mo.
Practice Limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
M. B. PROCTOR
J. S, RUTLEDQE
Thos. Proctor, D. R. Davenport, J. J.
Brown, P. W. Huston, W. B.
Arnold, A. Jaeger, M. B.
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