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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 April 1901

VOL, 14. True Heroism. Dr. J. J. Norton is a true hero and this is the way he saved the life of a twelve year old boy. Once upon a time he was visiting Uncle Bob Spald ing near Spalding. "While there he took a notion to catch one of the nice catfish that Salt River is noted for harbor ing. So he went to the bank of the it ; ream one ever ing and set his lines. Next morning by sunrise the doctor was astir and pulling out for the river. Upon reaching the stream he was disappointed at finding the weary cat had shunned his lines. but upon ' looking down the stream lie saw a pole (set out by some one ele) thrashing the water and of course he made a run to see what caused the commotion. When he reached that point be could see by the barefooted prints that the line had been set by a boy possibly twelve years old. The first thought was; a lucky boy; the second- now maby that boy is the only child and support of a widdow and if he comes here and sees that pole thrashing the watter, he may ge...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 April 1901

THE DEMOCRAT Bditor. citv KUH $I.OO vfcAk Hit pnai ..nVcat Monroe city. hn MfOtd4flMI matter. Mo. THURSDAY, AI'IiFL 18. 1001 Buy milk from T. H. Ball. For a nice clean, easy shave call on H. B, Foley. Get your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell & Son to-day If you want a lunch go to Caldwell & Son's restaurant Dr. Hornback, Oculist Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. and You will find the noted Burpee garden seed in bulk, at A. H. Green'. Ellis Orr. the grocer, was a business visitor in the Bluff Citv Friday. Dr. ft. K Megown fessional visitor in Thursday. was P i pro- iimy ra. F Cal p e, C it t C OW( Si am Vo; 1 Ru and F dei i Eai l. '1 liru jile, their r lunch or I Well's and - ii full you meal will try-be -h tin the nail. It you owe i n come in and settle up. sharp & Donley. ine in and pay us what you hHAUP & Donley. Miss Florence Davis, of Hun- neweil came down Thursday to visit her friends Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson. The fewness of our blessings Ought not a thing do. But ma...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 April 1901

Designed the ftleirltnac. Ti e editor may read the proof An exchange says: What Captain .). M. Brooke, who i of a newspaper several times the world needs is an eleventh designed the famous Merrimac, land pass repeatedly over the commandment: Thou sbalt not is now professor emeritus of pfayslCS at the Virginia Mili tary academy. He joined the navy in 1HU . Lexington. Va. United States For Cemetery. Your dollar for keeping Cem etery Lots clean is now due The sexton has to be paid for this Work. I ask persons that own lots to please not neglect this call You will tind me in our office ov r Wood's Drug Store. RonioitT A. Lie Ait. 18. Lewis County Jonrnal: It is reported that a monster var mint of the feline family in fests the timber near Bangert's bridge and its scream is so aw ful and terrifying that the ju venile hunters hike out and the dogs gather up their "baric" and hustle for home. Ah! Where is Teddy? Aurora Advertiser: Mrs. Jim Little, living near Atchi son, gave britli to her ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 April 1901

ME ! HMOCRAT W . .1 K r i BR Ml I ; USE, Editor. lllXsoN, city Editor $1.00 PF.R VK AW nterpd Hi the poat nfTVrat Mooroe City, , ond-olai! mutter. Mo. THURSDAY, APRIL 18. 1901 E2 Iward Taft. of Farber, was in the city on business Mondav. Why is new milk like Ing? ft strengthens thee (I ano lilves, was FYi- Won i. in '.In: Blswnrth 10 vans, a negro banged in Boon vi lie, Mo., day. Dr. Biruey, of Oak was a business visitor city Monday. The Loyal Temperance Le gion will meet at the Holiness Church next Sunday at f p m. Webster Davis will lecture at Shelbina April -7 under th anspices of the Order of the Eastri n Star. Joseph Beiloh, of Texarkana, Ark., is spending tlie week in tins vicinity '.villi his mauj friends. Church New Rev. J. R. Pentuff, of Hurl ington, Iowa, spent the tirst of the weelfiin the city with rel atives jand friends. R!V. J. E. Travi,s. preached at the Presbyterian Church in Shelbina, Tnursday. Rev. J. H. Scott and family are the truests of Dr. I. W. Heads family. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 April 1901

if A Chance for the Men j soles 50c. Women A soles ;trc Mat Losson. Boys! Each boy who buys a suit between the age of 3 and 15 years of age will be entitled to an X X 2, X Indian Bow and Arrow John Wood, the noted horse man of Lakenan. spent Sat nrday in the city. Repair, ng neatly done, by Mat Losson. the old reliable slioe maker. Miss May Duncan returned to her home in the Gem City, Sun day after a short visit with her friend. Miss Mabel McMasters. The kind that will shoot straight, hit the mark and ho per fectly harmless. The kind you see displayed in our window. We take pains in selecting our boys clothing and buy the Miss Louise Jordon. left yesterday for Chillicothe where she will spe.nd some two weeks or more with friends. kind that will wear, look well and he reasonable in price. Children's Suits from 3 to 8 years in many new styles including the new Sailor Blouse Suits from $1.00 to $6,00 Boy's 2 and 3 piece suits single or double breasted coats, knee pants from 1.00 to $6....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 April 1901

THE LEAP TO I) HATH. Laughing Bye shared Fnt of ; White Kik, Her Lover. Dli v 15 A. McNUTT PS IMelftl at entlnii to disease' efvromeo Mil ehlMrM. office with Itr. Norton on Summer St. Telephone Kesliienoe No. 29. Wood s DniK Wloro No. 5'J. Residence blocks ITttt of F. & Mi Bank. White Elk, tlieson of Stand ing Bear, the Shoshone chief tain, sat stolidly in the grim circle of Indians that sat around the council fire. He sat unmov ed as each Indian in turn thrust his hand forward with the fin gers outspread and the thumb pointing downward. The last Indian in the circle had made the sign. Standing Hear arose and stood stiff and stern in the red light ol the burning embers. Every eye was Upon llitn. White Elk sat look ing stolidly at him through hall closed eye ibis Standing Bear thrust his arm out at full length and slowly spread his lingers apart and turned his I thumb towards tin.1 earth. A scream came from a group of women standitifj near the chief's lodge. Then two old squaws l...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 April 1901

M 1 MHM)4HMHMHK41 .'- i 1 WALL PAPERS v a; A) Wall Papers of the Latest Designs and J X Most Delicate Tints. Paints, Oils and A. Varnishes, The season for renovating f A) the interior and of our homes A has arrived and I arrt fully prepared to X supply all of your needs at a very small I cost. A You will find an elegant assortment Toilet Goods J3 of I I z A. . at the North Main Street Drug House and if you are sick and want prescriptions tilled or Pure Drugs, the place to find them is J. . FITZPATRICK'S A Great Newspaper. An Ornament To Society. STALLION SEASON 19CL The Sunday edition of The Next to the mother in-law, KingKanuck No; 561. St. Louis Republic is a marvel j the stepmothe and the widow, I Willmake the season of 1901 of modern newspaper enter-j it is the old maid who comes In at my Stable 2 miles north of prise. The organization of its ! for the largest share of scorn i Ely and 4 miles south west of . ....I . ixr.ii,i news service is world wide, i and sarcasm, and this is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 April 1901

We Have Just Returned From The Market. Wc have many bargains to offer in Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Notions, Etc. You will make a mistake if you do not see us before you buy. WILLIAMSON & BULL. T T T . T T J I I nave i ou neara g That the best scJccfcd stork of Millinery, Dry Goods, Motions, etc, is to be found at iTHE RACKET! We have l-'n particularly fortunate this year In ! $ getting good selection In all Hue? and at a price r which we can seil so as to nave you money. 1 S. CHRISTIAN ! IBB NOTICE All parties indebted to the late firm of Raney & Saunders are requested to call and ettle their accounts at once and oblige SHOE BARGAINS Ladies Kid Lace Shoes S1.00 Ladies Oxfords, Coin and Plain Toes 1.00 Ladies Oxfords 75 Men's Lace Shoes 1.00 Men's Plow Shoes 90c. 100 and 1,25 Boys Lcce Shoes 75c. and 1.00 The above are first class goods, only broken sizes and lots that we are anxious to clean out. THIS IS THE SEASON FOR Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 April 1901

Monroe City Democrat VOL, 14. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 190I. NO. 4 Did You Know? Did you know that a big thing will be pulled off in this city June '20 22, Well, arrange ments to that effect ;ire being made and it behooves the city authorities right now to begin to have the city cleaned up and piacea 111 uie pmic 01 cotuuuon who is tin for the reception of the Honor able and what will be honored guests, who are nothing more nor less than members of t lie North Missouri Medical Asso ciation. On the principle of all haste no hurry, now. right now is the time to begin the work and do it thoroughly. The com mittee composed of Dr. .1. J. Norton, Chairman; Dr. Dalias, Secretary, and Drs. S. M. Brown, W. B. A. McNutt, A. W Ely and F. S. Turner have held a meeting and are preparing a program for the eveut. So we say; It behooves the city to get a hustle 011 itself and see to it, that it wears a lovel y smile of greeting for the anticipated guests who will honor the city by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 April 1901

I HE DEMOCRAT . .!. ROUSE, Ktlitor. 11. r'. HIXSON, City Bdltoi IEKMS $I.OO ii:h vi. ar Entered at the pott office at Monroe Oil in second-class matter. Mo. THURSDAY. APRIL 15)01 Buy milk from T. II Ba For ;i nice clean, ensv 1 call on H. K. Foley. Get your dinner and eons at Caldwell v Sun 1 f you wn nt a I undi Caldwell vv. Son's res fo to i;i 11 rant Dr. Bom back, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. JfoU will tiud tile noted Burpee garden seed in bulk, at A. II. Green's. For lunch or lull meal try Caldwell's and you will be p eased. Cash on the nail. II you owe it to us come in and settle up. Sharp & Donley. Come in and pay us what you owe. Sharp & Donley. Step in at Caldwells Restaur ant and ";et some coffee like your mother used to make. Miss Edna Scrutchtield and Miss Farrell, of Clarence, spent part of the week with friends If troubled by h weak digestion lOM of up petite orronstipatlon try a liew doses of eham buriaiiis Hiymacn ana Liver r,itK-t-liox wurantcd. Kor sale...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 April 1901

ARTS EXHIBIT. FIRST AMERICAN SALON AT AMERICAN EXPOSITION. PAN- Dlaplny Will Hr Ilinh Claaii and fom-plrt-l Hrprmrnlutlvr-Only Orl Inal 1-roduct loriN Will Shown. Bm Artist Will .Send anvoaca. The general idea to be carried out In the exhibition of Fine Art at the Van Amorlcan Exposition Is to mabo a. com pletely tscpsentative and rery high class exhibition of American art which rill Include works executed within the Insi ." years 1S70-1901. Tilt' works of which the exhibition la to be composed are classified ns fol io ivs: ' roup 1. Paintings in oil, water col or, paste! and other recognized medi ums; miniatures, cartoons. Group 2. Sculpture. Including med uis ami cameos, Group 2L Drawings, etchings, on (ravings, black and white or monotint paintings In oil or water color. Group 4. Architecture. All works In all elttsscfl must be orig inal productions, and no copies of works of art. Whether executed In the Mine medium as tuu originals or in dif ferent mediums, will bo accepted. The...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 April 1901

THE DEMOCRAT VV. .1. ROUSE, Kditor. R. I H IX SON. City Kditor. TERMS $1.00 PER VEAK Entered t tbt pom office at Monroe City, Mo. reoond-clMi matter. The Will Sidener vs W. B (Tobe) Priest suit lias been settled. The jury gave Mr. Sidner $1,000 damages. It will be remembered that the gentle men fell out about wages and Mr. Priest shot Mr. Sidener in the groin. We invite you to trade with us. Rooms. Willie Brown, has been un THURSDAY. APRIL 25. 1901 fortutiate. WhMe at p!ay with his little mates one of them Miss Carolyn Rodgers will threw him in such manner as to entertain the Young Ladies , break both bones in the right Whist Club this afternoon. arm between the wrist and Don't forget me when you;elt)OW- Dr. Geo. L. Turner re want to sell your wool. j duced the fracture. ROGERS, i Antiquated IT poses as a Our wash-Mods stock snr. i ho,ne l)rint paper, but it fools J. A. Miller, of Burksville passes any previous season in I no m,e but itsself- because IT's was transacting business in...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 April 1901

We Flutter a few of our Bargain Flags To the Breeze this Morning. In order to show the public that Williamson & Bulls Big Department Store is the place to trade. Dress Goods We are offer lag some Bargains in Dress Goods. Black at 1."), L'5, 35c. All wool blacic 50 and 60c. See our all wool !!H inch in all colors 40c. Our line of 40 to 5-1 inch in the new shades are the best values in town at $1.00 per yard. Wash Goods, Best Prints Alcalda Cords Bi Jou Fancy Cords Golden Rod Dinity Primrose Batiste lied Seal Zephyr Ging hams Lisle Tissue Gingham Lace Tissue Gingham White Goods at 5. 7',. 15c, 20, 25 to 4c. OR 10c 15c. 15c 10c. 25c. 45c. 10, J5c Silks. Black TafTetta Silk guar anteed not to split $1.00 75c Waist Silk 50c. Satin Stripes Chatus 35 ahd 50c 10c Hair Ribbons 5c Gents Furnishings We carry a full line of the E. & W. Shirts which is the best made 50c. 75c. $1.00 and $1.50. Men's Fnncy Shirt Waists $1.00. Ladies wash Skirts New line Ladies Skirl at 50, StOc. 1.00, 1.25...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 April 1901

A (ilioHtly Kxpericnce. By Sum I)avi. I could never conceive how men of seeming intelligence could deliberately sit down and write ghost stories merely as a literary diversion and for the sake of harrowing the feelings of the reader. A ghost story, no matter how entertaining it may be, if a pure fabrication has no busi ness in print for the world is full of people so credulous in disposition that the most ab surd things, if told with a se rious air, are apt to be accept ed as the truth, and the gross est errors, foisted upon tiie pub lie by careless invention. In come perpetuated as establish ed facts I make these observations that i lie reader may become ac quainted with my views upon subjects supernatural at the be fining of the narrative The time was winter, and the ceiif of the manif natation a lonely inour lying between the city ol (.'arson, which is the cap ital of Nevada, and the small farm where lor some years past 1 have raised hay, cattle and a small family. A political fu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 April 1901

WALL PAPERS X - 1 X X X X Wall Papers of the Latest Designs and Most Delicate Tints. Paints, Oils and Varnishes, The season for renovating I the interior and exverior of our homes has arrived and I am X fully prepared supply all of your needs at a very small cost. to I You will find an elegant assortment Toilet Goods JTC of a; I I I I 1 I I 1 1 House I I at the North Main Street Drug and if you are sick and want prescriptions filled or Pure Drugs, the place to find them is at'"''' i i i jfi I I 1 I I IK J. J- FITZPATRICK'S A. K. RUTLEDGE, Cerk. I Imported French Coach Horse I QUADRILLE 2002. Dark brown, right hind foot white, and .little white or. both front feet; foaled April 10, 1894; bred by M. Le flj bauay, Calvados. France, sired by the Government Stal- lion Lucifer. 1st. dam, Mauviette by Stade. jj i2nd. dam, Regina by Acquila. 3rd. dam. Elisa by Hippomene. 4th. dam, Argente by Normand. 5th dam, Miss Annette by Noteur. 6th. dam. Victoriense by Umber. i 7th. dam by Abrantes. Wi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 April 1901

Olmroll News. The Greatest Bargains Rev. E M. Richmond, has Cheapest millinery ever offer- beei called 10 the pastorate of ed in this city can be found at the Christian church at I'avette. Tudie Swinkev's, All hall audi and accepted. Trimmings are fresh, stylish, Mrs .) H. Scott delivered a i up to date and just what you lecture on .Japan to the Second want. Come before the rush S., last Sunday begins. C. D. Hunter, will have a salej Baptist S afternoon. Mrs Scott will speak at the iat the old Hunter tarra 9 miles First Baptist church next Sun- I ootrhfHSt of this city and 2 dap. the L'Kth inst at 11:00 miles northeast of Ely. April o'clock a. in. subject The COtV fjQ. Do not forget the day and dition of women ill Japan. date and be sure to attend. Rev. Dr. I. W Read, will de liver the Maccalaureate sermon to the High School graduates, at the First Baptist Sunday ntgnt. Rev. Fr. 1). P Sullivi this city and Rev. Fr. Lyon of THIS IS THE SEASON 1 FOR Indian Creek, left Tuesday for Hann...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 May 1901

4 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, HAY 2, 190I MONROE HIGH SCHOOL, Annual Commencement fEx ercises. 'He may have thcpalm who is deserving" Closing exercises in all the departments of the public schools were held last Thurs day afternoon and as the pupils acquitted themselves very cred itably, they wen; greatly en joyeu by the large number of visitors present However, special interest was shown in the Annual Commencement Ex ercises of the High School, and the graduating class, eleven in number with the teachers and other pupils of the High School occupied reserved seats at the First Baptist church Sunday evening, April 28, and the Baccalaureate address was de livered by Rev I. W. Read, who chose as his theme 1 Cor. 9:24 "So Run that Ye May Obtain," the thought being very similar to the class motto given above. The sermon was a very able one, contained much excellent advice, and was listened to by a large audience that crowded the church, many being obli...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 May 1901

TH E DEMOCRAT i ,"d c,over A. H. Green s. Seen a t W. J, RO08B, Editor. It. r HIXSON, City Editor, l BUMS, $1.00 pi:k yeah Entered at Hie pout office at Monroe City, a second-clans matter. Mo. (Jood top Half price. 5-10. 0. M. Sullivan, eil a tine driver Yates. buggy ()r J. H. Terbill. lias purchas Irotn Thomas THURSDAY. MAY '2. 1001 Buy milk from T. H. Hall. For a nice clean, easy sliave call on H. E. Foley. Please bring your work to me. H. Krigbaum, Jr. at Rogers. Get your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell fc Son to-day If you want a lunch go to Caldwell & Son's restaurant E. L Alford. a prominent vountr attorney of Perry, was f w Hatch. Hurrah tor Monro citv, line enter prising oltlseni are uoturpaaitd. Telephone a sure tiling. Fanners planting oorn. Woodman lodge here is thirty trong some of our ciliens are In New London on business in eonncction with the telephone line tliis w 'ck. Sevei'al from this neighborhood attended church at Betinehem Sun- here last week and gave the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 May 1901

Her Politics Said the student spare To the maiden fair: "I really can not see What partv you belong to. Or what you claim to be; And you certainly mix Your politics Against all known traditions, For your silvery laugh And golden hair Are in bitter opposition." Quoth the maiden fair To the student spare: "Just follow up this clew; My party's never satisfied. Is that hint enough for you. Why, really, sir, How slow you are! Well, supposing I were kissed, Now don't you think That I'd become A staunch imperialist?' '' Monroe Goodwin. For several years the stories of the wheat, corn, cotton and fruit raised in Oklahoma, has caused it to be the Mecca for the get riclt-qtiick people. The queen wheat louse is playing havoc down there. This state ment, Oklahoma climate and soil is no better than that of Missouri, in fact neither of them are as good, can easily be demonstrated. And another fact lost sight of is this; being so much further from market, its products of all kinds, are worth less ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 May 1901

THE DEMOCRAT V. J. ROUSE, Kditor. K. i I1IXSON. City Kditor. ii:rms; $1.00 PER YEAR Knu-red at the P"'1 office at Monroe City, Mo. a ii.l ;. matter. 3 THURSDAY, MAY 1001 Church News. Uev. J. B. Travis is attend ing the Home Mission business at I ranker Mo. 1). M. Proctor attended a Sunday School convention at Strother. Sunday. liev. Dr. W. A. Hutch filled appointmeutsat Hunnewell Sun day. I Subject Sunday morning at the Grace Baptist Church, Whosoever sins ye remit they are remitted, and whosoever ins ye retain they are retain ed." The Womans Foreign Mis sionarv Society of the Method- it Church will meet at 2:i!0 p. m. Friday. The 1 usiness meeting of the B Y. P. I'.'s will he Thursday evening at Mrs. J. M. Johnson's Jr. and it will be immediately followed by a social. You are in vited. A Sunday School Convention will be held with Little Union Church Friday evening and .Saturday before the Itii Sun day in this month. D. M. Proctor has prepared an inter esting program. Those interest...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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