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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 May 1901

v 7 SfiuS Monroe City Democrat, I VOL, 14. riONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, HAY 23, 190I. NO. 8 FOOD FOR THE WASTE BASKET. All Country Papers Should Follow Suit, Chicago, May 18, 1001 . The Democrat. Monroe City, Mo. Deai Sir: "Will you please give us your lowest late for yearly contract on enclosed ad., ad to appear once a wet k (12 tin ts per year no change. It will be to your interest to give us lower than agency rates as we will have to use your columns very frequently to ad vertise Specialties and Special Bargains. Your prompt attention will greatly oblige. Yours truly, The above letter is a sample of several recieved in this oftice and have been chucked into the waste basket. This paper positively refuses any and all advertisements from Mail Order Hoi'ses. It works too hard, too persistently and honestly for the upbuild ing of Monroe City to be or to become a party to its undoing. The Democrat's advice to every one is to let all mail or der h&uses severely alone. When you...

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. — 23 May 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. .1. HOUSK, Keillor R. i-. U1X80N, Kiliim . thkms $1.00 Mi-K V.:AK Entered hi the piml office at Mot. roc City, a NtMMM matter. Mo THURSDAY, MAY 28 l'JOl Buy m Hl f n m Dr, M.ti.ImcI Aurii. Hanniba Sei T II Ball. Ocuiixt HIlH . Mo. Mir i Lutnher, and ( i Mi-- Bee visiting re Com: t V in lien Oxford Hort.WAUi; v Son Hi . 1 1 1 1 1. SVhlltllAI l 1 .1 is iu Baynuiii ;m-. i) aivei hi Shi- by lillltv most hp Home Potatoi ' mikI i't; s oi.ii you tile iiiey win-11 1 h ken l Sharp & Donley's. Dates for the Palmyra fair this year are Oct. '2. 4 and ."1 Mrs. W. J. Krause. of Harry. III., will arrived in the city on the 26th. iltlt to pay her relat ives a nice long visit A Tier quite an extended visit with her friend. Miss Grace Stoddard, at Preston, La.. Miss Sue Anderson returned to her home and friends Thursday. II G. Bruce has moved his family to Bllflhilia. Il" his (Tone to Kansas City where he ha found employment at his trade, that of a carpenter, Itepnbllcnn Hint to M...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 May 1901

John Busli, of Hannibal, ; spent the latter part of last Week in the city with his sister Mrs Mary Bay num. Mrs. Anna Hanna McGill, of; Chicago, was in the city Friday enroute to Santa Fe, Mo, where she expected to spend several weeks visiting relatives. Prof. J. Scott Clark, of the Northwestern University has gotten into the hottest kind of water. He had a litt'e heart to-heart talk with his class and said: "God help the man who marries the col lege-bred worn an." The girls were not red headed but they have consigned him to a warm place and the young men (present are up in arms over the matter. Low Excursion Kates To Buffalo, N. Y., and return, on account of Pan American Ex position, via the Wabash route. Tickets are sold good for rive days, fifteen days and longer if desired. Through chair cars (seats free) and sleepers direct to main entrance of Exposition grounds For rates, time of trains, etc , call on your nearest ticket agent or address H. E. Watts, P. T. A. Moberly Mo. Not I...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 May 1901

r THE DEMOCRAT A lur V;4' . steals upon ) a citizen and after W. J. HOUSE, Editor. pounding bin almost to insensi R. F. HlXSOIf, Cltjr Editor. , bility takes his property. - -This is just what the so called terms; $1 OOpeR VEAK j Christian powers have done to Entered nt the pout oITVp t Monroe City, an . !.! . !. matter. THURSDAY. MAY 28 1901 China. The United States was Mo-! a little more generous than - some of the other powers and wanted to reduce the amount wrung from the jso unjustly ! Chinese. tii-MMii'i nt the lixnotdtion It is not too early for Monroe Tbe United States should be City and the surrounding conn ! ru on the American plan as try to begin to plan for tli- j outlined by the Declaration of Louisiana Purchase Exposition. I Independence. My all means we mus have an Good corn for sale :!5 cents exhibit that will call the at- per bushel lj miles east ot Jo- tention of tbe exposition visit- unun. OfStothis part of grand Missou MX, U4 m Hi m NEW WASH GOODS m m 1 1 1 2 UH ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 May 1901

S Swell Oxfords. No shoe ever made has the style and beauty of the fAMTOUS v V H R H S R m Suae-Women 1 Patent Kid Oxford! a A H W H g H 8 8 H We are Deed in that sub scription money. For painting and papering I see Geouc.k l Siunku. l. - : ' : Kolla Marshall, ol near Phil- adelphia was a business visitor I in the citv Mondn . For plants, cabbage, tomatoe land sweet pctatoe n to J. Li Wool, wool, wool. BOULWARB & Son. Do not sell your wool until you see Boulware & Son. See our 1 plow shoe. BOULWARB & Son. It :nales any foot look attractive and a pretty toot all the prettier. It is delightfully easy and gives excellent service. Other stylss for all-around wear, tfolfir ff, wheeling, for all use- a 1 1 Decisions. KIBO PATENT KID. An Exquisite Creation. JEfM Light Flexible Sole. Leather Louis XV. Heel. Lxact Reproduction of litis Style Shoe m W 1 0 M SJno. Jc Rogers. Queer But True. Youth with entrgy always leads, that is the case with the North Main Street Drug House. PRES...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 May 1901

Kittle Hat" iid The Sibley FlBlit. The long haired man from the west may lie all right, but t'.iere are otliets," remarked a dark, swarthy, stout man in this city yesterday. He was Frank Grouard, ex-chief of scouts of the United States army, the hero of a hundred Indian lights and hairbreadth escapes. There is nothing romantic in the ap peantnee of this big. brawny man. his blade hair now well streaked with silver, but his exploits are liberally blazoned . on the army reports by Crook and Sheridan Morn on an is land in the south Pacific in 1850, the son of a missionary, through stress of circumstance at the age of 3 he was left to shift for himself. Doing chores about! the ( ialifornia mining camps and driving an ore wagon were his training for carrying mail over a lonely star route. He was, captured iimi vonth by Indians I and adopted as a son by the fa moiis nioux eniei urazy noise, living live years In Indian camps, eating his meat without salt, forgetting Hie taste of bread and ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 May 1901

IMPORTED x FRENCH COACH HORSE QUADRILLE 2002. X few HHWTTTTfci I STALLION SEASON 190L KingKanuck Noi 561. Willmake ihe season of 1901 , at my stable LM miles north of Ely and 4 miles south wrst of ; Woodland. ; King is a dark hay 16A hands Ibljfb, With dark points, fine j style and action, very large flat bone and short back. This tine I draft horse will serve mares at jK00to insure in foal or $10 00 j to insure a living colt. Dan Pedro. This flue jack is well known the county over will serve mares at $100 to in sure mare in foal or $10.00 tor I living colt. 628. J. F. Moss. ASK YOiJR GROCck FOR PWIE nn? The 5 IWinutft ttretlrfasi fnnfl. PURINA HEALTH FL0UE X Makes A. "BRAIN BREAD, "Purina Ml lls ..St. Louis, Wo. I Pi- WW Jc?5! WMt n front fled 10' 18M bred M Calvados. mand B ? Jf Muf a?1. 2nd dam, Regina by Acquila. 3rd. dam. Elisa by Hlppomene. 4th. dam. Argente by Nor TERMS t Ann,ette b' eur- 6tb. dam. Victorlense by Umber. 7th. dam by Abrantes. ' TERMb. To insure living colt $12...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 May 1901

children It. Oris- CoopcrNvlllc. Too lute for last week. Mrs. Charley Brans and visited her brother Mai. It tow ill Monroe Monday. Mr- John Jordon and mother Mm. West iie,.l Wedneidos with Dm; W'rr-x and family in Uftll- Co. Mi!. Tvssle Orln and brother Mis Daisy Lockyer, of Hunnewelip, and custom hiiii been elected to teach the fftll and among tllQIfli winter term of the Crab Apple School. m0st Cordially Misses Leir. Jacobs. Seott, ami mission will be Laniut, of Woodland. Rtu-'ndo(1 j col lection will I preacning at me m. v.. nuren nun-i , ... , , dVyevenlnf. benefit of the ladiei Miss Annie O'Connor, has returned i society, to her home in Hannihal after a visit, The Presliy leria li of severe', davs with her u rand father i.wl ., .1 : ! nMI I ' " ICU "V ' ... . , . D4niei Boone, Till.- Wedne.day. ... .. , ,, I .Viss Itosa Mae Smith, of Monroe, Harry Welte, of Sliell.ina. visited k ,.m,1))J(11 ,,y (he board of nuwrnamv, ur, . .-. b.vii - gducation to teach the Kly tehool for urdav ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 May 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14. flONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, HAY f3, 190I. NO. o A Bull Doner. Much ado about nothing. Dr. George L. Turner, of the Turner Drug Company, is mad, madder than a wet hen, is mad from center to circumference. from top to bottom. And all because he violated a revenue law, because Hugh B. Mudd, proprietor of the Thirst Parlor, informed on him and the prose cuting attorney put the screws to him, and bled him for $140 and cost on two charges and cost in two other cases. The Dkmockat thought that in its write up, it was letting him down easy; it said nothing about his clerks, its .statements were facts. Tins paper owes a duty to itself and to its subscribers, and iDr. Turner makes court news it will be published. His son, Rush, one of the principals in the case, has tried to run a bluff by ordering the paper stopped. The believe in sup porting home industries, there tore were not subscribers of the paper, therefore we could not comply with the request. He ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 May 1901

THE DEMOCRAT 8undfty n reatep New vork. W. .1. IioUmK. H. r. IIIXMIr $I.OO I t. Entered m Ih 'ni 1 till in Mil up MrMH'f1-4'1wi 11. KM Wo, THTJftM fi- Buy ii" Dr Hor I ... Aurist. Hamiiij M.'.Y n 1901 T H Hail. 1 and Telephone Shoe St See "u No I I ware's adi I 1 x r iiOULWAKIl ii Son. LumbtT, lime, I and Oils. (J. D. Ev Paints art &Co. Higheol nce for wool, lion- & Son. Butter and eKl!" iinr you the mo9t money when iaken to 8HAUP it DONLKY'S. Home frown Early Ohio Seed Potatoes for sa If. Mhs Jacob Rousk. V O (Uncle Billy) Foreman lias been dow n to West Ely and : clothes gives a gloomy report of some things down there. He says; Some of 1 lie farmers are pastur ing lhlr wh at and others are plowing ii iip and will put in a corn crop The fly is the cause of the ' nmble and loss. The f.tci that the saloon build ing at Sltjutsville was the only one mi the west end to escape the hie will hardiy be used by the ministers and scientists as an illustration of the doctrine of the su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 May 1901

1 A Priest's Defense. A writer in the New York Sun who signs himself "'A Cath olic Clergyman" pays liis re spects in a manner worth noting to Mr. Charles Wolcott Mer riaui, who, in making an ad dress to the Yale university school, used this language: "When we consider tnis c'aim n the light of the papacy it cannot be taken seriously, but it is a somewhat mournful fact that a tenth of our population are pledged to the belief that when the Roman pontiff gives his occasional ex-cathedra ut terances they are as the voice ot God. If the congress of the United States should decree one thing and the pope of Rome the opposite American Catho lics, theoretically, at least, could have no choice in the matter.'' There are some people in this country who believe these things, and to them we com mend the reply of the Sun's correspondent. In the course of it this "Catholic Clergyman" says: I. Mr. Merriam might as well speculate on the etiects ot a collision between the Northern Pacific railroad an...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 May 1901

1 HE DEMOCRAT w it. J. ROUSE, Editor. r". H1XSON, City Editor. I I U Ms $1.00 PEK YEAR I.-. I hi tlx- pom office t Monroe City, kr fernnd-clans matter. Mo. illliSDAY. MAY 80 1901 Church Ncwk. Rev. II. B. Briney is with his1 Paris brethren. Rev. C. M. Alexander tilled appointments at Milan Sunday. Rev. Dr. VV. A. Hatch tilled appointments at Hunnewell Sunday evening. Rev. Dr. I. W. Read deliver Niagara FuIIh. One of the grandest natural curiosities in the world is Niag ara Falls. It has been written about by many writers, but it remained for our own Monroe County product- Marie Twain, to give the world "the first au thentic mention" of the great i falls. He handles his subject ed a lecture on -Spectacles" in ' . ,,e couI(1 His artlcle , ;ew liUnuun, i uesuay evening. The Sunday School Conven- Worlds Fair CommlHsioners. Governor Dockery appointed the Missouri Commissioners to tn- Louisiana Purchase Cen lr-niii.il Exposition, Monday. All part- of the state have rep resentatiou on the B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 May 1901

Bresci, the assassin of the late King Humbert, committed suicide in his cell by hanging. Dr. R. K. Megown was called to Palmyra on professional business Sunday morning. Miss Mary Blackburn, of Jefferson City, spent Saturday In the city wiih several friends. The W. C. T. U. meets with Mrs. Eliza Hornback next Tues day at !1 p. m. Misses Effie Lewis aud Mil dred Buell attended the closing school exercises at Ely Thurs day. James T. Umstattd concluded that his oats would be n g so plowed them up and planted the Held in corn. Dan Maves and A. A. WaldOQ, of Hannibal, spent Sunday in the city with the home folks. C. A. Boutelle, former Con gressman of Bangor. Maine, died at the McLean Insane Asylum last Wednesday. Wilson & Parrel I, have plac ed an HOOcandle power gasoline arc light in their restaurant and it looms up like Jumbo in a fog. For a rest and a holiday. Dr. S. M. Brown is spending ten days with his brother William, at Fulton, Ark. The Doctor is also interested in a large lu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 May 1901

1 THK INTERESTING I,1FE OF. COUNT LEO TOLSTOI. Hit Work In ItuHslu as Soldier Author ihhI Philosopher and Teacher Excoiiimunt cHted hy the Church Count Lyof Nlkolaivitcli I Tolstoi, the famous Russian writer of religious and social fiction, lias been a noted char- acter in many ways (luring the past quarter of a century, and he now seems destined to end j his days outside the fold ol the. church of his native land, and stamped .is a heretic. During the past three months Count Tolstoi has attracted in; usual attention in all portions of the civilized world. For the past few years he has dropped much of that style of literature that made his earlier hooks fa mous, and has taken to writing sermons, ill story form, upon the one text: -Resist Not Evil." His continued preaching of a doctrine of noninterference and his appeals lor an ortho dox religion founded solel) oil the teachings of the life of the Master, has at last roused the ire ot the officials of the Ortho dox Russian or Creek c...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 May 1901

f Don't Hpoll Tnr Clotbes By using inferior soap. Map le City Self Washing Soap is absolutely pure and is guaran teed not to injure the finest fabrics. All grocers sell it. Now is the time to get the city clean and in tip-top shape for the reception of tne large number of medical guests that will visit the Queen of the Prairies in June. For plants, cabbage, and sweet pctatoe go to J. G. Edwards. When ready for ice leave your order at Sharp & Donley's the day before. H. W. James. The Lancaster Demo:rat ai d the Lancaster Excelsior have consolidated. Wintred Melvin new has charge and the Ex celsior is continued. Brotlvff Melvin will make the Excelsior one of the leading and most in fluential papers in North Missouri. Judge McAulley, of Kansas City is determined to protect the ladies from "Mashers" and has just give W. W. Wallon the limit fine, $500. Good, if he had been given a thrashing at the whipping post it would have been better. Only a brute would insult defenseless wom en a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 May 1901

Warren. OkU crop is a tiling of the pait. Tiie wobb worni are damain th e njijiles considerable. Th corn li not all up yet ami won't be unless it rains soon. Quite a crowd of our young people attended tin' itrawberry and icecream upper given by the Woodraon at Km den la-t Saturday nlffht. which was quite a euoceei they cleared about WO Karnent Chrlitaln was a Palmyra rilitor Saturday and Sund.iy. Prof. Nichols of, your city made a Byltt visit to Warren Saturday. Mi's Mary started to her Iwrae In Texai 'last week after an extended visit with her sister, Mm Will Fred rick. Mrs Kal i Baydnn cloned a very ucjesiiful term of ichlol ii-t Friday at the Klnuatd tohool house. .loiiu mci r insson and larence Clough two of Warren eoclety itente Attended the Mall at Monroe iast Prl day night. Aunt Caroline lleager tpeat s in day with L. I- McGlastonV. she is 87 years old and was hoi' Bret visit away from home for three year. The ladlei of the Metbodtat church will five a ice cream ami atrawborr...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 June 1901

IMonroe City Democrat. VOL, 14. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 190I. NO. lo Negro Whipped. Wednesday Marvin Wash ington, with a heart blacker than his skinrenticed the little four year old daughter of John L. Oweus into the stable and was preparing the child to un stick Scamp. A dandy dead beat and his family, consisting of wife and four children blew into the city Wednesday from no where and bound for a similar place He found a boarding house and dergo a nameless outrage when promised to pay In the morning detected by the childs mother. The boy 15-years old escaped for tlie time being and for the purpose ot capturing him the 9 1 outrage was kept quiet, but a party of determined gentlemen with the childs father was on his trail and Thursday night they succeeded in capturing the brutal wretch at Hunne well. He was brought to tnis city and locked up. About midnight a party of gentlemen went to the police and frankly told him they wanted Washing ton and as it would be worse t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 June 1901

THE DEMOCRAT w. .1. ROUSE, Editor. R, t . HIXSON, city Bdltur. Col. W. B. Fully, who now Keflectlon of a, Baclicl or. a student at llle Clllllicothej Hi very day lias its dog. Normal school, will return! Probably Hie reason why home In July. He lias secured babies never go crazy is because What in tlie New WOflMBf 1LUV.S $1.00 - the Bruih Creek school for the they are baldheaded. PER VUAK Filler."! ih pout office at Monro city. s " i ond i la matter. Mo. 1 ITi:SDAY. Bnv n JUNE (' l'JOl coming year and Will ma Ire U successful tutor Col Fahy is of II quite disposition, stn lious nature and deserves consider able credit. There are some men tliat the only way you can keep away M.K. Xt Time able. I TRAINS -TH. Bishop Barlcley of the Luth- f Wfigygjm ::::;::::-&. eratl Communion preached a sermon at Chambersburg, Pa. , last Sunday which has stirred the women to wrath. it m IM.-Local Freiehl 8:15 a m NJ Accommodation WM p m .4:i p ra The good man said that Cod from is by asking them t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 June 1901

I a i i y Low Kates Beginning Saturday May the To .Ian fare Is spl.50 4th, and Saturday and Sunday turttier notice, M. K. & T. R. R Co.. will S(ll PvrnviciM, : i . I vuwi ucirets oetweon all local stations Missouri, Kansas and Inr' 'Pr.,. ... 1 .1 " wueie i ne one wav from the selling station Or Ipss mwlfir f,ll...: J .1 I 1 V I 1 111 , , lions rates at first . t C"dl the round trip for 25c. No red- ' na . , jflion n. fare to be made for r , Tick """""ren. .as wm be (of aBy -m leaving "JJoril-oe after 10 clock, p, Saturtlttyi uml for a" tra,D's on Sunday. I.nw ' Axcnnion ltnceB rJuffalo. N. Y., and return, on each subsexuent . account of pan American Kx till position, via the Wabash route. tickets are sold good for five ! days, fifteen days and longer if desired. Through chair cars; (seats free) and sleepers direct I to main entrance of grounds For rates, time of trains. ;tc call on your nearest ticket agent or address H. E. Watts, P. & T. A. Moberly Mo. ' On a Ijog. A Boone...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 June 1901

THE DEMOCRAT V. .1 r, r. rNWi ROUSE, Kditor. HIXSON, City Editor. $1,00 PER VfiAK A Iteeorri Breaker. j In spite of their L'10,000 men One day last week Mr. Jen- the British continue to get the nings. a member of the Madison, worst of it from the little Boer Mo., lodge of the Married Men's , army of 5,000. Gen. Kitchner, League died in that city. The j again "regrets" to report a secretary of the lodge at that brush with the enemy, in which point wrote to headquarters for 1 our losses were "sever." The M econd-cla matter. THURSDAY. JUNE 6 1901 ered at the pot office at Monroe City. Mo. the necessary blanks for proof of death. The papers were Milt to Madison at once and were properly tilled out and returned to the supreme order. The ofti cials there examined the docu ments.. found they were properly made out and the next mail to Madison carried a draft for $1,000. the lull amount of the policy, to the party named in Mr. Jennings' policy as his killed and wounded numbered 174, tour of...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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