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V. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HiXSON, City EHitar. It is no more right fur a na tion to take t hat which dees Mot belong to it than it is for ;m Indlviduu I to aten I. Johnnie Hull ami his under- lliat was discovered?" How plainly a frank state ment of facts exposes the hy pocrasy of these falsitit rs who claim credit for acts ot Ptovi ideuce and seek to fool the pe.. i Term. Si Pmr Year. lings :n America should not e ! lle by preposterous assertions. permitted longer to d elate our financial laws. k i nr1 At tlio ffcMlnflfce Hi SlAMM Wtt. MH . I Bryan is the man who will THURSDAY, OGT. M ftiOpjj"1 Democrat party to . ( victory in 1'JoO. -FOR PFESlDbNT IN 1500. , - . " " '' In the Philippine- tile Aineri I. can flag does not mean liberty -there it means slavery. h 7 4 Uryau la Kddr cro vv.ls every day. if mil w irk I - r the p .S.aisd up for t lii- f Masses; Oppose tr.i ey cr.u rule. MMtUg big He is doing am people. circle, lor : seats had to hi 7:4:.. is till! iJ i, it Manager V) I gills i and Ol 1 1)1 .11.1.1 it is In a musty old document written Tim I all mm are cre ated equal; Unit an- en dowed. by their Creator. with certain iualieciable rights; that among these are life, liberty and tlie pursuit ,,f happiness. That, to secure ihese rights governments are Instituted among men. deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. of Mark Ha nu i such doctrine is out of date and the person who even dares to quote it is almost declared a traitor. A man like Bryan is needed at the head ot the American government. The muidenng campaign in the Puilippines still goes on. Make the millinoaire pay proportion of the taxes. Iiis (Governments should respect Hut under the reigujthe rights of the masses America cannot slave and. part free. live part Some people make a loud tlOtvl aiiout tile right we have acquired itl tile Philippines. Bless you. we have no more rights there than we have in Englan I, but lilce a bif bully. Mc.nley h is picued on a' weak er nation, thinking he can more easily rob the Pi I i pin h of ijieir country and of their liberty" tilt i lie could rob the English of t.ieir country and llieir lib erty. It is a cowardly.; un American, unjust. uncalled for. murderous war. made for unholy gain ami plunder Denucrcy the many. labors to benefit Mi- lit does not right. mike robber v A!iHouri Democracy must be careful in ma Mug Iter selection of delegates to the JieXt-.&iUlou al Democrat convention. (July such men should be selected 10 Down with the tyrants 'GENERAL PROSPERITY. With their usual disregard of truth the republican politicians are claiming that the business prosperity of the United States U owing to the lection of Mc Kinley. Doubt less the business pros perity of European nations is alH lowing to the election ol McKinley. When wheat went Up a dollar or more a bushel the republican shonters claimed that McKinley did it But men of sense know that If there is prosperity, thepeo pie should give thanks to world wide conditions which make it possible and not to McKinle; . Chicago Democrat. HAVLIN'S CRUSH. - gallery jammed to the fur ithesi limit of safety, a balcony overflowing with humanity and a narouette and circle, lor which the sale of be stopped before kind of a house that Giren of tluvlin's had last uigllt. Tile Cooling machine com i not have Caused a drop of the mercury from its 100 Hue level it that apparatus had been directly connected with uie big gest Alaska glacier. Revolving fans, cold air ducts ai'd every other device for tne ameliora tion of interior conditions would have been simply tiie exponents of BO much wasted energy, but strange to relate, the inclosed assemblage enjoyed the broad comedy of the piece and follow ed its melodrama with the closest attention. Joseph B. Murphy, as Horatio Xerxes Booth, caught the crowd at the start, and there are few in the profession who look the tramp and act him better than this very acceptable comedian. Jiile Walters, who stauds sponsor for the sensational comedy. managed to put a little of every thing into his plot, and while he piles on 'the agony at times, at others he plays for the risi bilities of his patrons, ard dties so with every show of success. Side Tracked got such a send off Sunday tlml it will havejttte main line to bOX; office profits a 1 1 week. Sept. 4. Will be at House Nov. 1st. See! Hear! Listen! Tin; Largest and most Complete Line of 1 f ? MI j) HEATING STOVES Evei,Displaye(l in this part f .the State at prices that .knock, jo-ut all f'omperition, The Trusts do' not effect my prices. If you are i n need of Ji BUILDERS HARDWARE. Nails, Wire, Pumps, Etc. Get my Prices before buying. mE LEADER. -St. Louis Sjtar, Monroe opera p,c,.i u ,, aiu common the famine In India and the shor rcujic oi wiwuuri as nave lor years been lighting for ihe plain people. Grand Ball AT- The McKinley administration He says: croo in Artrenlina did it. Now what was the direct re sult of McKi n ley's election? Let William .1. Bryan tell you. Opera Hense. iaaudejtlie thumb of English capitalists Consequently the people cannot execi any good 1 k., . I s -nc iu me masses mi tit the present rulers are over More banks failed the first dx mouths after the election thaw ever in the history of the country. If I had been elected III urtaiiLl Ilia i i.... I.t1 .. . thrown at the U0U election u i . . 3 iwciwutHi, .door. More business house i failed the first six mouths aft- -ON- Hellft boys! I am still in the tie business. .Mid lies are Ifbaf I want and it is just four blocks from my place ot business to, the tie yard, instead of a mile and a half add I have been known to be m'the' ttC' business for IS vears and still expect to remain in the business and if j The Womans Foreign Mis sionary Society of the M. E. Church, will hold an open ses sipn Sunday, Oct. 29, at 7:30. . iko;kam'. ' Music choir. Doxology. Devotional Exercises. Music. everything is not made satisfac-J tory by the one I have in my place while I am sick, (asl have been fqr several days.) I am ready ant1 willing to make it so. H. B,. Mi ni) scripture res- Miss REPUBLICAN The Campaign of The Barred REPEATERS. . . . .'i Boodle Begins Now Open Roll call with ponses. Report of Treasury. Duet. Mrs.' Wine and Carlisle. Responsive Bible leading I A 1 r MXMjarjr. j Select reading -Mr. . McFar land by Friday Eye. Oct 27. This Ball will be given by Tta Union DntiK M. Columbus. Ohio. Oct. 24. The democrats claim to have positive and definite evidence that the republicans have made extensive arrangements to im port repeaters into Uhio in car load lots. They say the reptio Means have picked out four hundred townships in the sta.te in which money will, be paid democratic voters to. stay at home and continue corn husk ing on election day. Th ije making broadside republicans have democratic judges all over the state. Autumn choir. ' Recitation- -Mrs. Bixler. I Paper Mrs. Holmes. Solo Mrs. Blanche Settles. Recitation Mrs. Lena Donley. Music Choir. Address by Rev. J. A. Wailes. Pastor. Leaflet Mrs. Talbot. Collection Music. Benediction. Kirksvilje is trying to induce the Dunham Piano Co.. .of Jack sonville. 111., to locate at Kiiksville. A. Good thing for claims that i Kirksville. bought and up; clerks R. J. Bradley and wife come up from El sherry yesterday. Mrs. Bradlev will remain for a 2o.o.Jo,ooo'!fw wJr ' l,er : u Hi frGeo. Balzer and wife. larents,. The government slimuld issue all the money uecessary to car ry u the business. When tsauKs are gi"eu this they wpj.ress the people p iwer er the election than ever in the j same period of tim; before. If 1 1 had been elected all this would ! Ia,ve been my fault. ,.'n: . . . ". 1 , ., .. . . i iHwcn gni so oau mat some, , eople thought that I had been j elected, and one man in Texas j wrote and coagraiu'a'ed me. I Hill I liai-r ii.. I Iu.ii - - .. i m nrrat i.artv which is ui. all . " " - ""-"" occasion-.,,, the side of right C2 V " Wtti' "g new cabinet officers to fill Arrangements made for have been The raassem in America can d-.t up.,u the gran I old D GOOD MUSIC Committee. McKinley paid for Aguinaldb. Aguinaldo did not have a harem and refused ; Elders John Henry Rrffe. J. ; to ante. High five, euchre or , H. Terrilt. and B. P. Hixson ! poker it will be a ti 'ht to a tin-' are attending the. Beth.el Bible j ish for liberty. McKinley may i Institute which is in session at ttelieve in a multiplicity of con- Emden. . . j cubines but the Americans' -- - - ' their wives and sweet lieu rts'do"! : Cot. Leroy Black has .become !not. That is the irreat "differ- u duile; The. Sunday School IS Class . M nrrht-iiii-.l i in uritli - r ... , new suit of clothes. Good for ence between McKinley imper ialism and pie. the American )ej- Eugland is goiiiK - u call it. j when it is hers, the dominion of the class better for and good Leroy.' " - gooder. American citizens cannot p d ,i with pride to the Aineri ca i flag as it waves over the p dygra notis Sulu Islands. the places of those I resigaed. who ha've!8)l,th AfTica- -Times got better, oldbug came out It i not only the right of the people to throA -down any jurty IV ii lull h is bee n as des. .. . J.. .... II . i"iic hb .M.tiu nanna s n.u ti lt is time f;r t!: ganizs for a big tight io ttr ve ir, MiMiroe City citizens must; and the prolect t)tf Uliitit ,sillr.ss ' and said: ; t .,-... See: dtdn t I tell you what i would happen if the gold ticket ; Dewey I i Ice- the dew on the! was elected? Didn't J tell you grass, is fresh every morn, but. that gold would be discovered not fresh enough to be Hobson in British Columbia?" And did ized. not every man who discovered gold in the Klondike admit that RY. 0. F Uiclnno. l. of he had been mistaken? The 1 Paris ail ! Rev. J 15 vis ire -people who said in l-sy3 that we holdiny .. protracted iKeliiig had enough gold were the one fc." BI!eH s.uth of t: ;- cilv. todotL- most rejoicing when Meeting kv.l aignt Some ot these days the doc tors will have a job picking shot out of a chicken thief, un less be ceases business. The Monroe City Public Lib rary is gradually growing! Some new valuable books are being added almost every week. Every fa mil v in Monroe City and the surrounding country should buy a ticltet. $1.00 pays for an entire year. Goto the library, thin afternoon and see; i heir books Public library opens this afternoon. Rev. J. A. Wailes was called j to. Centner Thursday by the death of his aunt Mrs. Nellie King. The funeral was preach . ed at Bacon chafiel by Rev's. J j Mi' O'Brien and H. P. Bond POUND PARTY. Twenty couple of young peo pie got. up a pound party and spent the evening with their charming friend. Miss Stella Anderson. The evening was -pent in dancing and other amusements and the fun did not slop till the witching hour of 12.. , .