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W J. ROUSE, Editor R. P. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 Entered at the postofllco at Monroe City, Mo., a second-claps matter. THURSDAY. NOV. 25, 1909 Water Works and Sewarage. Arouse the Commercial Club. The linjiofi rest room is much OFFICIAL STATKMICNT of the Financial Condition of the Farmers & Merchants Bank ( Charter No. 455) At Monroe City, State of .Missouri, at the close of bunines on the Kith day of November, 100!), published In the Monhok City Dkmochat, a new parer printed and puhlihed at Mon ioe(ity, StHte of Missouri, on the 2"t'i day of November, l!Ui:. HKSOl'RCK.S Loans and discounts, per sonal or collateral $2:2,3.')4 04 r oanp. real cstitte 31.HHH t5 Overdraft 4 071 48 ili.ndft nnd studes o 00 I : j 1 1 i su,ic ( bank!; (rljoust) 7, '00 CO Otu-l- rcu. i-ti,ti furniture ;.nd livtures I hii' frcin otl.cr banks and iniukcr. -tuiij 'ct to ehi'i'K ' ash i loins i uivi ncy ?;'.'eie Other resource!' n. follows More labor employing institutions are needed. All the people instead of the few 6hould prosper. All of us have many things for which to be thankful for today -and every other day. It is time for the masses to be gin the fight for their freedom from trust rule. Say, have you heard our Republi can friends say anything recently about the $11,000,000.00 school fund steal? Towns with live Commercial Clubs are getting the labor employ ing institutions and Monroe City's Commercial Club 6leeps on. In every instance where our Re publican friends have revised the tariff it has been in the interest of the trusts and contrary to the ' in terests of the masses. The masses should realize that it is going to take much hard work to overthrow the trusts backed up by Cannon and a few other Repub lican leaders. What has been done toward building a rest and toilet room for a dies from the country who come to Monroe City to trade. Patronize all home enterprises in preference to those in New York, Boston or elsewhere as it takes a dollar a long time to get back here after a getting so far away. Our Republican friends are doing their best to get the Democrats to revise old fights. The Democrats are all getting together for the fight against our Republican friends and further oppression of the trusts. it oo ."jOO (Ml 117.774 il I. 5114 Ml II. 200 00 4.045 so 0 I'd Lotiit :!2.'l,!Mi I'll Total $:?2:i,onii co STATIC OF MISSOURI. County ok Monhoe. We, V. K. Yates., as President, and V. U. 1. Jackson, as Cashier of said bank, each of us. do solemnly swenr that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge an;l belief. W. R. Yatks, President. W. R. 1. Jackson, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2.rd day of Nov . A. D. 1000. Witness my hand and notarial seal on the date last aforesaid. (Com missioned and Qualified for a term expiring July 18, 1!U0.) Roy 11. Meriwether (S) Correct Attest: Mrs. J. H. Grady and Miss Jennie Donley spent the first of the week with relatives and friends at Goss. Democracy is for the interests of the people. Our Republican friends stand for the interests of the great trusts and corporations. In which are you most interested? , Up to this time have not heard one reason why Monroe City should net have Water Works and Sewar age. Have heard many reasons why we should have them. Then why not get busy? W. H. Lilly, of Cooperville was in the city Monday enroute to Palmyra on business. Our groceries are fresh, give us a trial when you order meat. C. F. DIERKS, John A. Yates attended a meet ing of the Democratic central com mittee at Paris, Saturday. John Carr, of Hunnewe!! was with friends in this city Monday. I.IAIIII.ITIKS Capital stock paid in $ 25.000 00 Ailrpllin ltll.ll .i.).OIIO oo I'ndividcd prolit.s, net HI, 311 72 Due banks and biinUcrs., n bit -el to cheek 0 00 riidlv.dii.il deposits sulij"ct to cheek Jtj.08u 0.) Time eertilicntes of deposit 0 00 Demand cerliliciitesof deposit 42,14'! '.VI Cashier's cheeks (I K) 'Jills payable and re-dis- . counts 18.i)0l) (HI Other liabilities as follows: Unpaid dividends S.'.fi 00 Notary Public P. H. HAGAN. , J. II. ROBINSON, . Dir ctorg JOHN A YATKS ) Box Social. box social will be given at the Gentry School house Saturday, Nov. 27. W. G. Caldwell was a business visitor in Macon the first of the week. III mm THE BRIDE Is invited to come here and be pho tographed in all her wedding fine-'.V- PHOTOGRAPHS of join-self when yon were married will be precious po-sessions o f children and grandchildren In years to come. Have the very best po-sible bj coining and sit ting lor us. Belle Johnson. Why not get your Visiting Cards Business Cards Wedding Cards Letter Heads Mote Heads Statements Envelopes Sale Bills Stock Bills Catalogs Booklets and all other job print ing done at the DEMOCRAT OFFICE We have the best line of type in town Experinced workmen do the work Quality, Workmanship and Price will Please you Democrats Selected. The Democratic Central Commit- j tee of Monroe County met pursuant to the call of the Chairman, at Paris. Nov. 20, 1909. In the absence of the Chairman, F. W. McAllister was chosen temporary chairman. The meeting was called in response to the request of the State Committee, to select delegates to the "Jackson Day Celebration" to be held at Kan sas City January the 8th, 1910. On motion the following delegates were selected: Jackson - W. M. Farrell and W. W. Barnes. Clay and Woodlawn W. T" Smiser. Monroe and Indian Creek W. J. Rouse. Marion- I. N. Atterberry. Jefferson and. Washington-Dr. J. E. Brown. South Fork- Chas. A. Creigh. ,Union Dr. E. W. Johnson. No other business the Committee adjourned to meet on the call of the Chairman. P. G. MARR, Secy., F. W. McAllister. Chairman. Bank Statements. In this issue of the DEMOCRAT you will find statements of two of Monroe City's sound financial insti tutions. A man doing business with either the Monroe City or Farmers &. Merchant's Banks of this city under the present management, will make no mistake. Robert Greeves has been a Han nibal visitor. Wood stove for sale. Inquire at Democrat. For Sale - An International Dic tionary in good condition. A bar gain if taken soon. Call at Demo crat office. The eight little girls who com pose Mrs. W. P. Wynn's Sunday School class will hold an exchange at Yates & Shearman's store Satur day afternoon for the purpose of making some money for missions. They desire to be the banner class and ask your patronage. Misses Olivia and Ruth Brown's music scholars gave a recital last Sunday. None but the pupils were present but that did not detract from the pleasure of the afternoon Mrs. Frank Thomas and daugh ter, Miss Pauline, of Clarence, ar rived yesterday to visit their rela tives, Misses Jennie and Lena Donley. Mrs. Nannie Jarman went to Hannibal Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Richard Heath. S. A. Miller and wife left fyester day for Morning Sun, Iowa, to visit Nearly Killed. Mark Thomas will never again let one of his big farm gates swing on one hinge, for it swung a good one on him. He had let his team and wagon pass through and when he went to close the gate which was hanging on one hinge, the . wind caught the gate and blew it 'over against his head. He was Rocked down and out and his , head almost broken. Col J R B Kidd reports the J B ! Anderson sale as a hummer. Says household goods brought good prices 1 and cows from $40 to $60. Mrs. J. F. Smith and Mrs. J. L. Palmer left Wednesday morning for Carthage. Mrs. Smith to spend Thanksgiving with her son, Clar ence, who is principal of a school at Oronogo and Mrs. Palmer to visit her son, Harry who is in the insur ance business at Joplin. It appears that the boys were homesick and as they could not leave their work at this time they sent for their mothers to meet them in Car thage. V Two Girls. William Hayes is rejoicing over the arrival of a pretty little girl at his home. The stork has been to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniels and left with them a pretty little girl. Davenport &. Mahan makeFarm Loans on best terms. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Wilson spent Sunday with the homefolks in Hun-newell. S. G. Demaree and C. L. Carpenter took in the Odd Fellows Encamp ment in Hannibal Monday night. Only $2.50 for a nice Reed RockerHamilton. i It will make you feel good if you will visit the Economy Store, be cause you can get anything you want Tricks in Trade. There are tricks in all trades. Even in the Monroe City DEMO CRAT office. For instance, We are guilty of giving Subscribers full value in fresh news. We give the ! Advertiser big returns on his in vestment and We give those getting Job Work done full value and first class work. Those are the Three Tricks in the DEMOCRAT office. P. F. White, wife and Miss. Elizabeth of Louisiana, have been the guests of Mrs. White's parents, John L Evans and wife. Look around and see if you do not need a nice piece of Furniture. Hamilton has it. Miss Delia Foreman of Shelby ville, has been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Mollie Bowers. Mrs. Luther Moss went to Shel byville Tuesday to visit the home-folks. For Sale 2-inch hard wood lum ber suitable for bridges. D. D. MELSON. Mesdames Charles Lasley and Sue Ridgeway were Quincy visitors yesterday. Chicago, Nov. 22. Twenty-five killed, seventy seriously injured and scores of others painfully hurt, has been the cost of football to th United States thus far this year. I relatives. J. '