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TVSSSaasmmmn, Be a Booster for Monroe City. In
that way you will aid in building up our city and the country surrounding. All Roads Lead to the Bank Little fl"es on in a business way in this or any other com munity Hint doesn't call for the service of a hunk, sooner or later. THE MONROE CITY BANK Fills a very important place in the business plans f an in creasingly larrfe number of customers in Monroe City and vicinity. It hopes that YOUR requirements will soon lead you to this st rones and helpful bank. Capital and surplus $100,000 Let eac!) of us do all in our pow er to make the Democratic majori ties as large as is possible this year. You are casting a vote of approv al of President Wilson when you vote for Senator Stone and a Demo cratic Congressman. HER SUPERIOR Every Democrat should do his duty at the November election. Vote the Democratic straight from top to bottom. You can help President Wilson carry out his policies by casting a vole for Senator Stone and Con gressman Rucker. Its Up To You We possess the knowledge, the stuoio. the camera and the brains to use them. Its up to you to make use of them too Belle Johnson Studio THE DEMOCRAT The Democratic ticket is entitled to your hearty support. Get busy and do all in your power to make the majority as large as possible. Democracy has a splendid ticket running on an excellent platform and is the party which has done most for the people. It is worthy of the support of every voter in November. W. J. ROUSE, Editor TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR Entered at the Postofllce at Mouroe City Missouri, as second-class matter. A vote against a Democratic member of Congress is a vote against President Wilson's adminis tration Surely you are going to sustain Wilson's peace policy and all the other good things for which ! he stands THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1914 DEYiOCKAlIC TICKET. For Senator William J. Stone State Superintendent of Schools Howard A. Gass For Judge Supreme Court James T. Blair For Representative in Congress William W. Rucker For Representative J. P. Boyd. Forjudge, Eastern District J. Mat Grigsby For Judge of Western District E. M. Lipp For Probate Judge Penn Brace For Circuit Clerk T. Walker McBride For County Clerk M. R. Curtright For Collector A. C. Deaver For Prosecuting Attorney Alex T. Stuart For Presiding Judge T. A. McGee v For Constable Monroe Township H. A. Graves Demonracy stands for better schools, better roads, better service from public corporations, better op portuntities for the masses to make a good living, better opportunities for your boy and girl to advance in tne woria, Detter men ana women. It is so recognized in Washington that Missouri Democrats in Congress are men of sterling worth and great influence and that they have been in the forefront of the battle Now it is up to you Mr. Voter to do your part to have them returned by an increased majority. ROSARY HILL HOI Fells How Vinol Restores Strength and Vitality to the Weak, Worn-Out Ones in Her Charge. Rosary Hill Home, Hawthorne, N.Y "I have been at work among the sick and poor for nearly eighteen years, and whenever I have used Vinoi for run down, weak or emaciated patients, they have been visioiy Denenteu by it. One patient, a young woman, was so weak and ill she could hardly creep to mv door for aid, and was leaning on a friend's arm. I supplied Vinol to her liberally and In a month when she returned to thank me I hardly recognized her. She was strong, her color charming and her cheeks rounded out. These words are uttered from my heart, in order that more people may know about Vinol, aa there' is nothing makes me happier in the world than to relieve the sick." Mother M. Alphonsa Lathrop.O.S.D., Hawthorne, N.Y. such disinterested and reliable' testi mony should convince everyone of the merits of Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron tonic to build up health and strength 'for all weakened and nervous conditions, whether caused from over work, worry or chronic coughs and colds. If If ! ' i . ii vinoi ianio Dentin we return your money. L. M Wond, Dmireist. Monroe City Save Money and Trav el Comfortably to California There's a best way to travel, just a? there's a best way to do every thing. Why go to a strange couutry without a guide when, for no more money but at a great saving, you can go on one of our Personally Conducted" parties? In this way you have good com pany all the way. as the parties are made up of congenial people. We are particular about "choosing our guests." And then our owq special conductor goes with you, all the way. The courteous service and atten tion given you by this special guide enables you to learn more of the country than you could do traveling acone, and he relieves you of all the hare and worry about luggage, and other travel details. This extra ser vice costs you nothing. Why not have it? Democrats, There will be an elec tion held November 3. Do not for get to vote and also see that other Democrats do their duty. Do' not be over confident. Don't you re member that a few years ago over confidence of Democrats put all the ' daylight. affairs in the pockets of Republl cans. All parties are routed throulg Denver, Colorado Springs, the Royal Gorge, scenic Colorado and Salt Lke and the schedules are so arranged that the best scenery is passed . in Let us see how big we can make the Democratic majority at the November election. All the people have reason to be proud of the good things done for the people by Democracy. The people like the peace policies of President Wilson even though Republican politicians may not Drag the Roads. It is practical economy to drag the roads often. In this way they are kept in good condition, Keep a good crown and the ditches at the side open so the water can run off quickly. When this is done the roads will not get so bad. Do vour part towards keeping the roads good. A morning edition of the Fulton Daily Sun is now being printed in order to give the people on the ru ral routes out of Fulton the news right up to 9 o'clock in the morning. The Daily Sun is an afternoon paper but the Johnstons are hustlers and are going to give the people the' news regardless of expense. The Morning Sun will give the lat est news tnat can be gotten out. of Fulton. Success to the Sun. Come in and get your copy of our folder telling all about it. S. B. Thiehoff Ticket Agent C. B. Sc Q. R. R. Miss Belle Elliott went to Quincy the last of the week to visit her sister, Mrs. Geo. Deters. . Miss Ruth McNulty, of Shelby ville has been visiting her uncle Thomas Con boy. Mrs. Leslie Pike and children spent part of the week with rela tives in Shelbina. Rev. M. L McReynolds was Quincy visitor Saturday. Mrs. For anything in the drug line cal on Woodson &. Jackson. - Miss Alma Pierceall is visiting relatives at Lakenan. Mrs. J. A. Jackson and baby, of Elvaston, 111., are spending 'a month with relatives here. Louise Huebsch went to Quincy Saturday and accompanied her daughter, Miss Margaret home Monroe County should roll up the that evening. - Miss, Huebsch is re- largest . percentage of Democrat covering from her recent operation votes. , It can be done. Let's try. nicely. Miss Lucile Hord spent part of 1 the week in Clarence with Miss Aleen Jacobs. . . I Place monument " orders 'with Bedwell. J, J. Brown, Mgr. . i v Miss Nora Jamison, of Shelby vllle scent Sunday in this city with her parents. ftSl FIND THE "PRUDENT MAN JV. mm. xsiiUPisfe-r-Trt I. -.lyr-, 'JtSl The boss who somatimes goes home early is not the man who when a young man came to business late, watched the clock and spent his money even BE FORE he got it. NO. He started early, worked late and above all he BANKED his money. You can do the same. 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If you are already a subscriber, your subscription will be extended for a year from its present date of expiration. THE DEMOCRAT, M6nroe.City, Mo. Miss Delila Anderson silent Sun day with relatives in Quincy. Gem Monday Oct 19th, Million Dollar Mystery first part . Dr. Hornback Oculist and Aurist Hannibal, Mo; The Democrat wants to print your sale .bills. ?