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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 June 1901

The anti-gambling laws of Arkansas have proven void and the gam's are happy. Joseph White, of Palmyra, spent Sunday in the city with relatives. Union Davis, of Emden, was in the city Monday enroute to Palmyra on business. Wm. Jones and Prank Orr were business visitors in Hanni bal Monday. Vernon Davis, of near Warren was a business visitor in the city Monday. Nasturtium and tomato plants for sale. Pine varieties. Mus. W. J. Rouse. Erl Caldwell and James T. Pmstattd attended the funeral of Samuel McCormack at Paris Monday. C. C. Cassady, I. P. Stephens Mose Paris and Mr. Lawler left Tuesday for southern Kansas on a prospecting tour W. S. McClintic left Monday tor Fulton, .Mo., to attend the commencement exercises of the S. P. C. Gottlib Meyers, of Quincy. the honored father of William Meyers, has been spending a week with him. K 3 a M x x .3 AN EARLY CLEARING SALE THROUOHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE. X X a; x We propose to offer to our patrons so n rare Bargains of Seasonable Apparel while t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 June 1901

,V ItACB WITH TI1K. Being n Tula of a stuff Corre-1 spondent "Running battle in the streets id Sum in it v i I le between citizens it ml bandit, last night. Sever al IMM) pie killed. Plan to loyf j In wn The message came ill fronl itn Indiana town late one afternoon. The office expeit on time tables went to work at once and hg ured out that there was just time to catch the famous world! fair llyer which ran between Chicago and New York. The' staff correspondent, with tele-! graph operator and an assSrl 1 ant. was sent posthaste to catch that train, with iiislruc lions to gc-t off at Valparaiso and take an accommodation train which left Summit vil le ' half an hour later. He was to get an account of what had j happened there, and grl il into the office by telegraph before' midnight without fail. At the station in Chicago il ! developed that the llyer was' scheduled to stop until it as. ARE YOU READY a; for a: Your Spring Wall Paper? The Styles and Prices this Spring v makes it easy t...

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. — 6 June 1901

Recompense Jiit from an oaUcii oarvlng, with boyish patrician grC6 Smiles at me, all the daytime through a dear littln baby faoe: A quaint, study child, with the nun- llght caught in the rings of hair, With eyes like the a loan' soft mazes with the shadows lingering there. Qttlte he site in the carving, and smiles at thepasscrs-by. But sometimes, when the daylight fades, and only he and 1 Sit in the deepening twilight, from the deep oaken frame he trips, And into my aching empty arms the little lost one slips. 1 feel the soft arms round my throat, and then a long, close embrace: How the warm little fingers in my own lace and Interlace! My mother's heart, that bore so long thu bitwreet human pain, For one short hour forgets its grief, and laughs with the child again. When footseps approach the doorway, then back to his frame he slips, fiold aa death grow my pulses all. and White to the very lips; ! moan for the lost, lost baby, who smilts from his frame tome. Yet know the same Power ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 June 1901

Cooperville. MIm Raj v:iii. of near Bellvllle vUited ber Inter Mr. B. F. Hundley Saturday. Mr. .1. S. Bookman, and little children of Monroe and Mr. Klla Crauilln and Mlai Mary L'ranslln of st. fxiuit, visited w. 3. McLeod, family Tuthday. Little Bleto MeLeod, left Thursday for St. Louis to visit her litter Mn. Kstelle Sullivan. Joe Wh U) of Palroj ra, home folks Sunday. Bernle sandifer, ami Mis MeLeod visited her titter Mrs Potter field at Kly Sunday. Larenee Bono( and sitter Miss Mtmgio, v lilted relative! south of Indian Creek, Wednesday and Thurs day. II. I. Lear, wife, son I'hfcrey and little daughter Gladlt, took in the fleh fry at New Market Saturday. Miss Joiide MeLeod, visited her aunt Mrs. J, T. Spalding at Indian Creek Friday and attended the doting exeroliei of Miss Cora Carrloo'i oehool. v Ulted losie Frank Miss McConacliie will render some line vocal selections at the opera house M. is evening. Miss May ma Ballock will give a select reading at the Musical this evening....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 June 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL.i nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE I3, 190I. NO. II Whiskey. Consistency tliou art a jewel, one seldom found and all the brighter for its rarity. Old dame rumor is playing the very duce with the Paris City Council and under the circumstances it ought to fess up and tell the world it is none of its business, or else clear its skirts of the persistent ru mors. For two months the Paris papers, and citizens of the capi tol wanted to borrow the Mon roe City bar room so as to raise the wind or a revenue. The combination failed and then to even up things it was proposed to stick each of the nine drug houses for 200 each per annum. The drug men are said to have kicked like bay steers and fought the electric light and water proposition ; to a show down.' Then as the old dame puts it the council was willing to grant a saloon license to one Able Grimes, if he would dis pense the amber liquid that makes a mar, track like the worm of a rail fence. Grimes was gettin...

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. — 13 June 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUtBi Editor. I :. F. hixson. city Editor. The Editor Left Town. It is remarkable what a deal Thinks. we help reRMS $1.00 HER YLAH Entered at the post offl cc At M OtlfOf City, a i..: . iit matter. Mo. There can be perfect love on ly where there is perfect con ' tidence. There are things we can't do. us seem to think. THURSDAY, JUNE 13 l'JOl What One Woman Bv helninir others of trouble the changing of Ode ourselve.s. letter causes sometimes. An Iowa editor was much struck on la handsome widow in his town, and being on the look out for a wifn lit- r-.-illpil nn tln f.-ur In civ. , ., c i . but they are fewer than most of In the course of the evci.iiitr she J ... howed him ber house flowers and of course he went home and As long as women won't save I wrote a nice piece about them .'says Hetty Green, we are not Lumber, lime, hair. Paints In concluding bis artic le the likely to have many women mil tnd Oils. C. D. EVERHAUT ft CO. 'editor said: "We doubt if as Honaire...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 June 1901

LIGHTING BIG SHOW. 'ELECTRIC SPLENDORS OF THE PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION. Basfrnlflcent pecttcle and Beautiful .i, Effects Be rrodnrrd-The Great Electric Tovrer the Climax at the llllamlnatlon Scheme. PUtllity Is the first point to too itltnprt ktgin lighting tlio Pan-American Ex position. Wlirn Old Sol ceMM to fur plsh light to jrnlcle tlio visitor nnd ro "eaMhe -womlors of the Exposition, u ubstltuto must be provided. I" pro jrldiiiK tbis substitute an opportunity Is offered to produce bear.: If id decora tive effects, and this Is the second point to be aimed at. Decorative lighting may serve to be of utility In lighting up an urea. In providing for this double purpose of utility and beauty It must be con stantly borne in mind that the sup ports for the lights shall not be ob structions in 1 ho daytime or be out of . . ... ; J I urne TTs.Tkjo "gallons per minute liito i an Immense water screen. The arrangement of the color disks I to blend the prismatic colors of light J thrown ou th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 June 1901

1 HE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSB, Kditor.. R. r. I1IXSON, City Kditor. TERMS $I.OO PER YEAR Knlered M the lot office t Monroe City, Mo. us MOMdallM matter. THURSDAY. JUNK IS 1901 .3 - Develop the coal. Is the Declaration of Inde pendence a lie-' Keep step with the most pro gressive men. ' Democracy stands for a tariff for revenue only a tariff in the interests of the plain people. Freedom is gradually being taken from the American peo Pie. i According to the supreme court decision it is Emperor Mc Kin ley now . CITY COUNCIL The Philippines, Porto Rico and Cuba might he worth mil lions to the United States but that does not justify the United States m holding colonies. The McKlnley crowd is hold ing the Spanish islands be cause it is thought that they will be wo'-th millions to the trusts Certainly the American peo ple will not continue in power that political party which has so ruthlessly trampled down the principles enunciated in the Declaration of Independence, This year our Republican f...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 June 1901

m Hi m m Hi NEW GOODS. Fancy buggy .duster found. Owner can have same bv Drov ing property and paying for this notice at office. Fred Miller and family, of St. Louis, have been spending the week with their friends, H. I. Lear and family. .William Watkins. ofVanda Ma. has traded the opera house block in that town to Dr. Lee Bell for a bunch of stock and some cash. Ml m TMUi D' T w vuiuuvgt uuviovwi UHVVllO) Jfll In all the Latest Colorings and Newest Designs, includingJYellow, Black and White, Linen Colors, Rose Shades Grays, Reseda Greens, Etc. Our line of sheer Wash Goods, such as Lawns, Wash Organdies, Paris Muslins, Dimities, India Linens, Fancy Stripes and Checked Muslins are worthy of your attention Persian White Jfl Speical Prices on Some Hi Hi m Hi m in m m m i m m m Dimities worth 15c for Dimities worth 7c for 5c. Colored Wash Goods. iH 10c. Dimities worth 8 -3 tor 7c 1U w Hi m Colored Batiste worth 25 for 20c. m New Parasols. Fans, Belts, Plaited Satin Belting Hi 111 O fetf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 June 1901

Quay' Retirement) PtiMstn Comntenta A British grenadier who saw Napoleon as he landed at St. Helena exclaimed: '-They said he was growing old. He has forty campaigns in his belly yet d n him Quay looks like he could di rect several campaigns yet, writes Savoyard in The Cincin nati Commercial Tribune. Quay is one of the most adroit politi cal bosses tue country has pro duced, but it is doubtful if he is a more sUilllul political man ager than Simon Cameron, who gained three desperate political battles iu that same state of Pennsylvania. It was from Cameron that Quay learned the art of plowing with the adver sary's heifer. Cameron's defeat of Judge Woodward for the sen ate in the early forties was the Wonder and admiration of eve'y machine politician in America. He repeated it when he defeat ed John V. Forney in the titties. He very narrowly missed doing the trick i third time in the six ties and had he succeeded then it would have had momentous consequences, for the impeach ment of A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 June 1901

Factories bring much money into the cities where they are located and give employment to many people. Monroe City, like many other Missouri cities. ends too much money to other states for goods which could be manufatured at home. There is no good reason why we should not have big factories manufacturing wagons. bug gies, farm machinery, etc. Quite a number of wagons, bug gies etc. are manufactured here but the out put should be much greater. Let us start with small factories and keep them growing both in number and the quantity of work turned out. Some months ago a hand le factory was started in this city thus creating a market for wood which heretofore had been used for tire wood only. Thus this factory in addition to giving several men employ ment creates a demand for material, thus bringing more money into our midst. As the Monroe Handle Co., is putting out first class goods they are gradually working up a good business. Let us have more factories in Monroe City. A .Minister's Wi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 June 1901

Hello! How Are You? I am well and hard at work, but hsve time to sell you as fine a line of GROCERIES as you ever purchase. Prices, well, I am strictly in it so can sell you cheap goods of first quality. The Oueensware Stock is complete and choice, Your Eggs, Poultry and Butter will find a ready market at my place. Yours for trade Geo, M, Nichols. 8 You never in your life bought CLOTHING Of best quality as cheap as Levy offers it Suits worth $12.50 to $16.50 go at $IO.OO Missouri Justice. Billy Watkins, of Vandalia, an all-a round fellow, lawyer, conveyancer, insurance agent etc. considerable of etc., spent last week in tliis city. He is known as "Missouri Justice." A large family, we will call them for short lived near Billy when he was a justice of the peace down in the above named village and they took a notion to sell their farms and move to Kansas. The leader of the fam ily of men was called John. John got Billy to fix up the deeds and in settling tor t he work they failed to m...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 June 1901

IMri- .s Monroe City Democrat. VJL, 14 HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 190I. NO. II Church News. Rev. C. Lewellen, ofClarence was in the city yesterday, the guest of his mother Mrs. Wes ley Lewellen. Rev. William Calloway tilled appointments at Warren Sun day. Rev. E. S. Graham, of Han nibal, delivered a tine sermon at the First Baptist Church Sunday night. Don't, don't, don't take a seat in the end of a pew next to the isle and sit there like vou were glued to it. It is un pleasant for friends to strad dle over you and bad form to force strangers to do so Rev. B. F, Hixson spent last Friday, Saturday and Sunday with friends at Bethlehem. Holy Rosary Ohurgh. Rev. Fr. Collins, of Jones burg, Mo., formerly of Indian Creek, and Rev. Fr. George Burks, St. Bennedicts, of New York. City spent Monday in the city with their friend Rev. Fr. D. F. Sullivan. They were looking up their old friends and the nropertv and prospects for the Catholic school which will open in this city abou...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 June 1901

THE DEMOCRAT w. 3. MOUSE, Editor. K. F. MIXSON, City Editor. TKKMS $1.00 PFM Yf-.AK F'mered at the pout office at Monroe city, Mo. as second-class matter. THURSDAY. JUNE 20 1901 James S. Scott wasa business visitor in the Bluff City Friday. Thom. t Boone, of Ely was a business visitor In the city Thursday. For plants, cabbage, tomatoe and sweet pet a toe go to .1. G. Edwards. Nasturtium and tomato plants for sale. Fine varieties Mrs. W. .1. Roche. Butter and eggs bring you the most money when taken to Sharp A Donley's Bring your eggs and butter to Sharp & Donley and get 'lie highest market price. Mrs. T. E, Russell, of Seda lia has been the guest of her sister. Miss Lib Emery. T. J. Wnite and family left Thursday tor Prairie City, III., for a visit with old friends Misses Mable McMasters and Grace Turner left Friday for the Gem City to visit friends. Mose Asbury tired of Albany, Mo., returned to the city Friday morning. William Crigler, of Florida, Wats a business visitor in the...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 June 1901

ACRES OF FLOWERS. EXTRAORDINARY DISPLAY OF HORTI CULTURE AT THE PAN-AMERICAN. and ornamental gardening which will embclllHh every part of this wonderful Exposition. William Scott, Assistant Superintendent of Horticulture. ndrrda of II. il of Toxica, CominM nd Itnrr, will llrllKht Hie ? o( Vlaltnra to Hit- K.xpoaltlonSSxhib Ita In Urral Balldlna; Too. Every day of open weather was tak en advantage of In preparing the (rounds of the I'un-Aincrlciiii Kxposl-. Hon, and all ornamental gardening op erations that were of actual necessity. were completed before real winter set In. The beautiful area known ns the Music (iardeu, between the New York State building and the : :rtlculturo building and extending from the en trance of the Midway to the Forecourt, Is practically finished. It contain! about t!00 beds of every form and size, from a circle of in feet in diameter to beds containing over 8,000 square feet. I'letisaut walks and numerous trees and the absence of straight Hues give this ve...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 June 1901

THE DEMOCRAT K its?- :-wsKrosw:ri". c - W. J. ROUSE, Editor. II. f. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR ntcrcrt hi the pot office at Monroe City, ai iiecond-elaii mattr. Mo. THURSDAY, JUNK 20 1901 Turn 5 The Trusts .'.o not tariff reduced. v;tnt the Take away the tariff and thus destroy the trusts. Tlie American consumer pays tlie high protective tariff. The trust business is prosper OU3. , . -. " ' .j Mrs. Howe, of Monroe City. tf-.iv T-'j- !' f '" ?' :" 1 is visiting her son. H.I. Lear. Conperville tt i it ismiA. c. I spot: Ben Stimoson. of nearHunne- his ! well, spent Sunday with I' Fifty Cants a Yr Lean Than a Pann'y a Number THE SOUTH'S LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta, Ga. After a career of more or lesn activity in the Bonthrm field for over a quarter of n century '1 he Sunny South hun aKiiin become a weekly, better and more readable than at any time in ItH history. ItcoiituiiiMHerial Htoriett from the bent known authors the world over. It is devoted to Southern read...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 June 1901

A. K- Rutledge took in the Quincy carnival Monday. .J. W. Evans came in Sunday morning to spend several days with liis tamily. Mrs Joseph Saudifer has been the guest of her daughter Mrs. Pottertield, of Ely. Miss Blanch Warner, of Han nibal, has been thejguest of her aunt, Mrs. Charles Anderson, B. P. Blackwood will leave to day for Buffalo, Kan,, where lie will take charge of an hotel. R. E. Caldwell is paying his annual visit to his sister who resides in Nelson, Mo. Monroe City sent a delegation of about forty the Spalding Springs Sunday. Miss Anna H. Ely was one of the graduates of Kirksville Normal at the recent commence ment. H. B. Mudd left yesterday for a business trip to the Future Great. Mrs. Jennie Bond and Miss Eliza Rouse spent part of the week at Stoutsville. Ollie Whitecotton is at work for the Burlington people near Bucklin. Misses Ida and Ruby Crow J. C. Piersol left yesterday left Sunday morning for a visit i for Hannibal and New London, with friends at Lakenan, Mo....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 June 1901

AN BVBKYDAY OIltL- By Douglna 9S. Doty. It was all my fault, so you mustn't blame Edna; and yet; somehow. 1 don't tliiulf you'll blame me very much, either. I I hope you won't, for I want ; you to like US Edna and me. Kdna is 18, with the most ; glorious mop of chestnut hair you ever saw. I am three limes 18, with no hair worth mention- i i n tf especial ly on lop. To -jo hack to where I started j in to tell you. One morning after breakfast, when I had tin- j ihed my cigar with Kdna' . ... . I papa, 1 went upstairs anu knocked on the door of my niece's little study room 'Come in." said a disconsolate voice. I found Edna leaning on the; back of a chair and a text book with its pages much rumpled, lying on the floor. What's the trouble this, time?" 1 asked "Geography or ancient lilHtory?" I'm zoology, and O, Untie .lack. I just hate .oology.'" said Kdna. plaintively. An an' j it's a quarter to nine, and I haven't learned to-day's lesson yet!" "H'm!" I muttered, thinking of my college ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 June 1901

Olgantc Knr of Corn. " "'Wal, say, would ye mind "tellin' me !iow ter grow corn like thet. I've seen some purty big ears of com in my life, but thet there sar beats'em all." The speaker was an old, gaunt individual, with stoop shoulders, a long gray beard hid the lower portion of his tanned and wrinkled face. It was quite evident that he was more at home behind a plow or on a reaper than behind a desk. The ear to which he referred forms the .pinnacle of a small mountain of corn in Missouri's booth in the Agriculture build ing at the Pan-American Ex position. The ear is '27 inches long and 4 inches in diameter. It has 84 rows of kernels. The corn is of a yellow color. 'That ear came from Noda way County, Mo.," said one of the attendants to the old man. "I don't know how it happened to be so big." "Look here, young man, do you mean to tell folks that any ear of cron like that ever grew," said a bustling old woman, who had ben carefully examining various samples of oats. "Why. I heart!...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 June 1901

Hello! How Are You? I. am well and hard at work, but hsve time to sell you as fine a line of GROCERIES as you ever purchase. Theo and Miss Claudell Set tie attended the reception given Reaction Coming. In obeying the demands of l.y Dr. and Mrs. C E. Vander- j the Sugar Trust U. S. Treas. vor, of Palmy i a Friday even ing. The reception was given in honor of their young friends Slifer Overstreet and bride, who reside in Hannibal. Prices, well, I am strictly in it so can sell you cheap goods of first quality. The Oueenswarc Stock is cDmohte and choic e. Your Eggs, Poultry and Butter will find a ready market at my place. Yours for trade Geo, M, Nichols. if Carnival On Hannibal and Quincy talk Carnival once a year There is always a carnival on in the X X X X Job Department Of the DEMOCRAT office. It will pay you to come and see the sights, g First Class Art Work is in every job and Class Material The LaGrangc Tribune in its feeble way is roasiing the Mis souri Democrats for redistrict i...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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