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   Moberly Semi-Weekly Monitor (Newspaper) - October 23, 1906, Moberly, Missouri                                AOLUME THIRTYSEVEN DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING W S Cowherd ExCongressman From Kansas City Makes an Eloquent Address PROMINENT DEMOCRATS Praise the Achievements of the Party Hie People of Tho court hoiiEo waawell tilled Fri day night to listen to the ioeues of the day presented and cliscnssocl by oorno of tho leading Democrats of tho ctato Mobarlya famous Juvenile Band ilisconrsort Hue music on tho street and at the court hoiias preooding tho speaking Hoc J E Lynch county eormnitteornan called iho meeting to order nnd awkod Hon WJ A Kothwell to preside and iutro duco tho apoakora worth his manlinoos and Ilia time and tried Democracy Senator McAllister stated that he was very glad to meet tho ci I teens voters and loyal Democrats but RH there were those present who con Id present Iho views and ISSUGH of tho day probably better than ho could ho would not try lo make a long speech but wanted to impress on tho Democrats of Randolph county tno thought of Having too much conll dence and not working during tho campaign and of neglecting to vote on November 6 This tho speaker stated wan tho CRUSO of Missouri giv ing her electoral vote to the Bopubli cans at last election aud if tho acci dent was not to happen again work was nocosenry and to bo sure and vote on election clay would be the only way to avoid such a catastro phe Thomas IVRubey of Lebanon chair RANDOLPH COUNTY MISSOURI REGULAR EDITION 1 uu BOND ISSUE SUCCESSFUL Moberly Votes for More Water Al most Unanimously ONLY 32 NEGATIVE BALLOTS OCT 24 Date Set for the Drawing of Shoe Factory Lots MILLERS FAIR GROUNDS To Re Built Up as an Addition to the City of Moberly Mr Kolhwoll in hie urbano manner ceiicral manager and thought ho i t 1 O i i i 11 and in a flowery aud eloquent talk apolco of the big chances that Iho Democratic party had of retrieving man of tho executive oommilteo was next introduced by tho chairman Mr Rubey stated that ho waa not present at tho ineeUns to npeak but ao cUnirman of tho alalo committee felt a deop interest in the campaign aud tho BiiccesB of the state ticket nnd Democratic pricepica Mr Knboy stated iu his official po sition ho foil like h 3 wag kind ot a nToaamo wan reanoiiBHlu for tho won aeiocted to nddreea tho voters and citizens of tho ntalo and said from their blunder of tha last campaign In LIB expoiienco no mistake had been made in tho selection of tho speakers allowing tho grand oid state of Mis souri to bo classed in tho Republican column and Hinted Umt Democracy that ho outiorsjd tin know thoin to bo true Ac a a re waV in perfect harmony and presented I wurd would koqp thorn ii Iho hni a saJicUront to tno party that waa LOBO llp m election dav m talking to doing alMn its power lo toar down tho votoia showing aud disrupt tho policies nnd govern1 Missouri the groat good ami develop mont ot Missouri by tho Democratic in which inakea a groat improve raont 1C is thought the paviug will be complotod over to the city by December the 1st This will add greatly to tho value of tho property along this street and as it leads to the old reservoir which it la thought will be tho city park it will bo one of tho favorite drives It JH said tnnb Charles WoodJngton will erect a now residence VV P Yandegrlft will erect a two story house and T E BroRCKlus and out Will party Mr Kothwell atatod that on Ihle tho pooplo of I dove Democratic iniannd warning them of tho danger and calamity I hut wonacod them oocaoion wo had with us Home of the I oboukl tho Republican got cou known and best posted DomoUinuouo control of crata ot the data and it afforded him A Wheeling great pleasure nnd satisfaction to bonml true advocate ot Iho laboring present nnd have the honor of Intro man who fotho pani iv ducing tho spoakera to tho ty yejlia hns worked present nnd ho took tho keenest principles and logiaU pleasure In introducing the llrat benefit and help tho speaker of tno evening a gentleman thjg great country well known aa ft man and a DemoLpenkor i Binri man crat who talked and fought for his Mr Wheeling IB a svUl pcatod nan party Hon W S Cowherd of Kanland preaonte hlsnrgnmsuto Ui forcible Cowherd responded to Ihe InHo is working in tho interest ol trodiiction by raying ho would have Rabo Oglesbv candidate for rairoad to hold Mr Kothwell renponalble for and theremarks ho had made relative to ticket as Mr Ogloaby u P I tin nld railroad man and waa cnppioci for hard work tha only Tho Uiianco oommittceo of the shoo actory proposition have alter hard work about completed their arduous duties and have selected next Wednesday October 21 as the time for iho drawing of tho Jots by the subscribers at tho court houeo While a few email detailo have not been completed to tho paUsfnctlon of tho men haviupt matters in hand they feel euro everything will bo In shape for tho drawing at this time The plan of tho drawing will bo KB waa outlined in tho Monitor n wools apo Friday and every precaution will bo taken by those gentlemen of tho Hnnnco committee to protect the toroct of tho Hiibacribers nnd every thing will be dono fiquuro Tho public hardly many little details and minor matters hat come up in an undertaking of thifl kiud ol tho ombamunlng that confront tho won having work in hand that aro trying to arrange overythiufi for tho beat tor thoue intimately or nnnncialiy inter ested Tho committee have dovotod thoir timo without a thought of compensation to theiriaolveB except also build on hie lota There ia n great deal of remodeling and repairing now In progress nnd when the paving is completed and there will bo no pret tor thoroutfhraro iu the city BtrOEii and Better Moberly WON IN A WALK By Signals Defeat Ail Professionals Scoreiol 13 to 1 The special election held Saturday to vote COO bonds for water fhan worka nurpoaea resnltcd in DOS votes boiQR east for the bond inane witn but 32 votoo against It was a imigniliccnt victory for lour city thifl cutting of the ropes ithat have tied our ontorprieinc mu nicipality down for yearP waa spluttering and a bluish Ilaine is auing from around tho burnor Glenn quickly raised tho window and throw tho burning lamp which had hardly left his when it exploded the pieces ol Riid oil scattering over the roof 01 the porch setting fire to it George White who happened to be naaaiog ran into Ihe houae and with a few buckets ot water put out blaze without doing much damage Had tho lamp exploded the in the bouse the obnnoeB are that tho whole house would have been destroyed and Glenn badly burned by Iho burning oil from the lamp retarded iour growth and resulted hi manufact that would have come here urora locating else whereTno people cried DEATH OF NE HALLDOAK Popular Moberly Girl Died Suddenly Yes terday In Oakland California RESOLUTION RECOVERED Car Shop Employes Held a Meetinj Saturday Night aching hearts Moberly friends of Mrs Doak will learn of her sad and untune the numerous Bernie Hall In thai and A bunch of kid hall plnyera SI Loula otyllng llieinelvea the Professionals gave R in hibition ol the National game tho Signals at Millers pork yester day afteroon and wero defeatedby a ocoro of 13 to 1 The game abounded in rotten plays of the vlellors who opportunity yesterday for a Bigger with mid Better Moborly and tho future their COUTEO was a from for water and when tho presented to them isernble ex they cast their ballots iy will prove that wise one Tno balloting reunited an follows Firat ward for 22 J against parents of received a Doak yesterday ou the part couldnt catch n ball with a basket and who lammed at tho aphero llko blind mow If that gang ever saw a bull game before it wna years iigo nnd they have forgotlon it Second ward for 205 against 7 Third ward lor 237 7 Fourth ward for 21 6 against 0 Totals lor 90S against S3 With yesterday JB avalanoho votes the city ia now prepared snow imdor the ginaplng greedy Dav IB further which of StljoniHn tried in twon t d fought for mi thai would ear nor of vaa tho laat ery JBrookius played short and held down third Only a small crowd receive which was BO rotJ Randolph to cor thrall us to didnt to the death which occurred at her home in Oakland Oal j eaterday afternoon after an illnosa of only a few hours Mr and Mrs Tip Hall lho beloved young lady telegram from Mr morning that Bernio and in tho afternoon came the mea announcing her death This morning a telegram wna re ceived from Mr Doak atating tho in terment would bo hold in pamorma but Mr and Mra Hail wired Hack to of bring tho romairia hero if possible for burial No answer has yet cowed to their telegram Bernie Hall was born Moborly securing her education our public BchooU and residing her marriage to Mr FM Doak But Not Unless Company Modifies tile and Improves Conditions No settlement of the difference existing between the Wabash railway company and tbo car and truck men in the freight department ol the cal ehopa over the proposed instaiu tionof the piece work system of wages has yet been mew Thursday adopted a reBolation to rt fuee to accept thepiece work system under any conditions but this a waa reconsider d at a meeting laat nlghf which was practically every man who would b a affected by the adoption of the new PlThe men display a willingness te submit to the piece work certain conditions They voloci to reject the schedule which Jal been ottered them by the cpm but resolutions were adopted by been re and m in here hi mod i an old railroad Mr Oownord la an orntor ofoxj8on9 to unlit oeplional ability a mnn thoroughly Wh11o employed at Ihia noatocl on political afTaira and pro Mr Wheeling sltitod tbaL aentB arguniontB in n that is hopo Or rneasureH or laws n the in oonvlJolng and enjoyed by hU aud toreatg Of the iiinir men wab IOMLO through tho word pictures of Missouri from oniy plirtv that had k liio proa enort to legislate Ihe intorchL i ri i f JllRPOll out tirneflhowJug tho progroaa made tlie help or tno upliMm of ine oo by this great eUto oi her trials and L5Lion ot tho laboring mnn ihi t Iho tiibulitiona UirorjRh tho carpet bag Republican party long on piom rulo of when it camo to tbo goods for laboring Democratic i vor party made tho any tho thought that they were ing aud building up tho city each and nil huvo boon factors in its development and take groat pride in doing all they can to make Moberly an ideal city a good place to live aud a good place to Invest in dally Those gonllcraon donervo thanks and good will of our c and wo believe they have it and nlao the coundonoe ot tho citiaens in this and any other underbakng that they may undertake A Hunting Party Henry Tenill J B McQuitty 1uther Thomas Joo Mullen Lloyd Waylaud Vint Tonill and Oroao 1ounds luivo boon busily engaged tho punt woek in cleaning gune wiping out frying pana and buying bacon to Hponding Una week on the Chari vicwotl tho co ten it laughable dom for many years forcing money for that which wo Wo can now say Water Go Come across whion OCCUrrod neveral nines OUt nnd deal Governor Folk in Kansas GovornorfcFoIk of day afternoon IhBt and eeooncl of nddreEBca in Kjnaua Governor IOIK was greeted by a crowd oatimated atpwecn 4000 and 0 000 In that filled the opera houao to ovorllowmg Governor Folk will speak Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of this weekmaking two Bpoechea uach day Hia Itinerary is na followo The happy couple took up residence their married life Two children iVla who borl 0C this 0C oiiv Hlreete Uo cily l8in po I i Oaliforniiv and titlon to denl wltb the water com born of nitnv HOW OUl ii i UWA dictate the terma the eaatern Uicm tho happy mother oxer led hold tho Bamo bleoaed influences she had re which the company had asked By ihe bettering of oonditionii the men mean in addition to better achedole ot pncea that the company Bimil agree to funnel ty of material and equipment fair trial and IfJt ia found to satisfactory will outer into a con tract with the company Anderson the general inapec worlr who ia magnates 5 under tho par P M laBoiiri ep treatment wo have re coivod as a daughter uncter night made the B in to ro Lnbal rooC Mrs Doak was kind a scries of eight J evil n in mention lhougUUul and of our and mother all that comoj turn nig the in making tho second of 25000 the towards Monitor Her v untimely demise will UKUUVU refrain from eliowef ing u tew berly compliments upon Councilman Loui out to QroBS chairman of the miltoo of tho city council Grows it wag who had ordinances calling passed the iho special whose sympJ tbohearbbroken parents the imabandandalater MisslMary Hall the latter two being with her at last momenta Mr hoped that the differences op will be bridged in a few days by ffictory Monday y JB no orctinancoM t r October saEmporinl aO Once this was nccompllsh Big hll HI 8 p m state throwing off ia rulo and nrlaing from tlio raina of tho rapid growth and elevation aud of gaining the re spect and admiration of all other abate was thrilling and highly en ioycid ILapald u Mgh IrlbutJ to tho men of thla great state of thoir aggroaaivo and progtoativo tpirit how In time of trouble or danger lo tlie state were tawnys ready to protect thoir state nnd IntoreHla and while peaceable would light for what they thought 11 111 I 111 B Tio spcaUor reforro 1 to tho attacka and charges mado by tbo Republican prow ami apankera during tbo paat cncipaign thut tho ttuto was bolng robbed and not getting the govern merit etato wag onliiled to lioftatod that they the Bopubli oauH had Irul coitrol cf the otato for not a word had bcoti taid or nu act oypoaod oubfitantialo thoir uvro nnd pub country at tha of the ticko enacting Uiwe for jnterest of Iho Laboring pooplo they failed to do so The largo crowd vrcgontllistoneil to he remarks of tho rpoakors atten jvely and by frequocit and ap laufio whon alatowiouta wore mudo r at the monlion of the names ol p that 1 fill OVOtf tlnv Mr CowhorcJ tipoko nrcionlod by tho Domocrato over th aud highly praiedaiHloompli the men on it upright honest nnd Domoorala worthy of iho honors they were seek Ing and cvp bio of Iho fctalo il ljroptuutory on a hunting trip up ion Tho boys will camp out and onch mombcr cf the crowd ia expoclod to turniBh oiitortainnieiit during the week of camp life Lloyd Wayland ia praticing up on coon aonga Joe Mullen in picking out a few now otejJH to cxecnto in his ramoua lit llolbraaa wagon J JJJ Mc Uailfy educating tho knnckloa of to snap like tho bouea o and Luther JliomaH n m Hulchinson Tuesday Oolober 23Salina p in McPhoiBOM 8 p m Wednesday October 24Hiawalha 1 30 p m Topoka 8 p m od he burnt the midnight oil togloan Had Arm O J WatcrQoll rominent showoa their is rohoajHing hla famous lecture Let oxlouijoruneous decanting and Broken of oust Taylor atreot fell down a Might of alopa load ing from the kitchen ol hia homo Friday morning and broke his elbow joint t Tho fracture qulto painful Mr WnterHeld will cnrry hie arm HplinlH for aavoral weoka tho JB811C roe ul t Ore that started shottly before 1 Saturday afternoon in a and in AI tor facia and figures and when ho bad thorn at MB Uimers end he doffed hat and coat and wont out ou the wayeand bywaya to onlighton citizens on Ibis paramount How well he succeeded the Bliowe only too plainly One week ago today tho bond nnd for a time xvns hopelessly lost In eix daya tune b08lnosB center A the people were enlightened and all but 32 went on record for Bettor Mobeily The Kansas City it 6 The men are uow perfectly cause3 a mado it diQicult to it was nooessary already men threatened high wind tho flames to call for help foundry thinking carefully over the accident Mr Watortiold things he was mlgnty lucky to oecapo wiih hia jroolntlon nnd en iornoment of the Uterancoa and logical argumonte of ho men making them To BidTon Bonds Thomas N Dyirut an old Moborly boy now a attorney of Ma con ia in our city today on a trip Mr Dyaart id troaauror WilUtini B Oompton Bond 6 Co and his viiit hero has for HO tho placluy of a bid for tho 9100000 bond iesuo for xvatorworka ToraaayahiH company will knocu downthoVluw but ho will huvc to hid high if lie r BougjH a Far Crone n euccrHlul unpvomediUtod of Mort expntiBtiona have intelligently and veracioua vivacity without riiodoraontatSo or ihaaonical predlcta a weok of groat sport for tho gontloineii COSTLYWRECK Wabash Piled Up Eleven Marysvillo Junction Yesterday Cars Iowa Sell P of near Mobcily far mar trualoQ tn cirry out tho laws and warned not to bo over contl IL of the ticket as Ivrd iroing done to bring ciit thH volca of tlio opposition dch loyal TTP ncral would not veto but ase Umt his neighbors and Irltnds did likowlao Cbairmnn Kothweli then introduc MMcAllleter of Parie eenator from this district atat that Konator McAlllfller hardly and only given by of pround justcant ol orlv for 6HO an aero or Tho cala under a deed of trnat Hla Noel to Goorgo Pcs Pii Shi veil WBH truoleo and tho ironghtilenouabSto pay Lto debt rtui Pack Conell editor ol the Clark Mnherlv Signals was up Sark yesteiday a We are in tor meet that JAICH a berth in iho haabeen offered been one oC Glorday morning about H oolock Tt of n oxlra freight Irnin chareeof Conductor George Dodge md pulled by the 5 apot Engineer Gene KnlHor dovallcd cloven cara at Mary vlllo Junction whicb ia on the north end near Tracy Iowa Tha cara wore all loaded several of thorn with apploa and when they left tho track they tore up tho nnla for considerable distance The ciu3 worn badly clarangocl Tralne Nos 2 J ami flfl dotourod via the Bnrlinpon aa it wan eevera hoMis before tho wrack waa cleared rm BUfllclently to allosv trains to Ife Embree Buys Property Charles B Bmbree today bought a cottage and onehalf acre of ground in northeast Moborly o avenue from Eov BF OJ considoration being kept private The new owner expccta lator on to occu nv the premises The deal was made by tho hustling onl estate men Sbigull Turner Turner A horaoman flaye h readily in tho uao Take one quart of melted hogs lard andono leacupful of keroaene oil Uvo cupfula of dry flowera of sulphur mix these all together thoroughly while the lard IB worm When near y cold add one ounce oC carbolic acid Molt the crystals and stir thoroughly in tho mixture Ap ply warm by naiug a swab and rub bing it in very thoroughly week When for mange freely and rub jnvery thoroughly EovAtonTthy formerly of Mober uow of Gentralia closed a re city the next meeting will start tl minary work in solving tho water problem and when negotiations get under way tho mayor will appoint n commilteoof twolvoof our moat sponaiblocltissenalo aasist the futhoro in their labor having voice with tho aldormon A deal of this magnitude noceBoar ily works out slowly but our citiaena having patiently waited for relief for voara can afford to put up with thoir bnrdona a few months longer Predicts Folks Nomination j S Littrell of Wheeling waa a nlekaant caller at tho Constitution of Saturday Mr Littrell is a great KanaaH City Mo Iho MBBOII Sevonth nnd Ann now plan ia introduced Tne w or kins force at the will be largely increaaea as the improvement now underhead there are completed it it Temple at of rosidoncOB var were containing valuable ions Kinds and live and the Central Seventh and Armstrong fit early date at the was MARRIED IN ST LOUIS atroets was There wore 5000 spectators on 6ttoolB U Uo H Biuffle Mrs before helped Oght tho names tho flro department The lire waa caused by the ovei turning of a stove iu booths Lutz of St Louis Saturday one of tho The numerous warm popular Wabash Install Officers of Al conductor to learn lice Saturday admirer of Governor Folk and will be be the O F met at their and ofl that vory twice a use Heveo that tho governor next president of the United aba ea firmly believe he said th Governor Folk will make a speech in democratic national conven the convention Olson Chief Patriarch William True Senior Warden B N Hall High Priest o N Baugh Junior Waden George Miner Treasurer Randolph encampment is couple came to Moberly tram yesterday day Tho to i elegant residence etreet which he pur M Q tho grooms west Rollins In a a8 Bryan did the Chicago flashing condition ai3d tho offlcera J While I admire Bryan I j reqUCBt ft attendance next meet and favorably believe he would etrongeab candidate the demo look for him to be Constitution as business of importance Is to be transacted Married Sunday hie bride Mr BUime is well known to people of Moberly lived here for a number of man of sterling worth hon ightforwardneMi ing He is a Paving Franklin Street Franklin iy Methodist Fire Narrowly Averted Wabash shop There were Those who attended 8 converses these meetings man near was raigufhnve baen a contly flre avoided by tho quick of brides peak in very complimentary terms mohter One qualitbiea as Tho paving on street commenced last week IB rnpldly The big hollow graded which xvaa easin terms Bpeatt in verjr 4MDa oo ot RGvAbornathys One qualitbiea as a revivalist T W Baker w Daohanan returned Glenn MoORUne at borne of MrsVY McOanne804 Fiek avenue nienu had gone upataird to and ww attention was attracted anci looking B0fclce3 thnt gam Burton a ndftHaa Lillie Alexander of tbfa cibv were married yesterday af ternoon at the home ot the PBrent8have rented a cosy cottage on J Placs and will at once folks are among the are highly es J3G has been Bingularly lecting a lady of our city The Monitor tenders hearty con for The young much joy and prosperity gratulationa to Mr Blumeand bride The Goetze tamlly of Moberly give a concert at Hannibal on Iriday evening under the oft the Hannibal High   

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