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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 July 1901

it in m 444 w 444 ft? ill m 444 m 444 A CLEANING UP SALE JSC X ON ALL SUMMER X Shoes and Oxfords. 63 pr. lailies black and tan oxfords worth from 2.oo to 3.5o all going in 2 lots 75 and 98c. 13 pr. ladies tan kid lace siloes fmi.rroiv tnnfat worth m 2 50 and 3.00 for 81.50. 444 m 444 m 444 m 444 W 444 m 444 m 444 III m 444 m 444 m 444 444 19 pr. ladies tan lace shoes good styles worth 3.00 and 3.50 tor $2.00. 17 pr. ladies tan turn soles worth 3.50 for 2.50. 18 pr, ladies tan cloth top worth 3.00 for $2.25. 20 pr. "ladies tan shoes worth 1 .50 and 1 .75 for SI. 25 10 or. ladies spring heels 1.50 and 1.75 for $1.25. 28 pr. childrens tan shoes worth 1.00 for 75c. 20 pr, childrens tan shoes worth 1.50 for l.oo. 4 pr. childrens red shoes worth 1.75 for Sl.oo. 23 pr. Misses tan shoes, worth 2.oo for $1 .50. Men s Shoes. 47 pr men's tan, vici and Russia kid, willow calf and All m 444 w XM m 444 m " 444 m 444 m Mrs. Maggie Vauscboaick, of Bethel. Mo., is the guest of her brother, K. K. Edw...

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. — 11 July 1901

STIMCTIA I'Olt FISHIMOIAX. "The Mm? of Elliot" A xhort Story "I Wallonirii Chicago Tribunes "I don't know wliat'n tlte nutter with me," a a id Elliot to his wife at, the break fust table. -l am restless ami .1 1 most feverish at times It 'ni to bad here at home, but the moment I get1 down into the city I begin t feel worm.' I am so restless! und Irritable that the boys In the office are talking about it. i have to force myself to work, and tin after no u I lost a 55. ami when 1 weighed tour in q uirei I th 'OOll con true t simply because I felt too badly to quarrel with old man llarkins over the preliini naries. ! don't seem to take any interest in anything." "You'd better see Dr. Robin-1 son, ' said his, wife. That afternoon Elliot went over to the doctor's office and described li is symptoms to the sympathetic physician. "There, don't seem to be any- j thing definite the matter with you.'' naid the doctor. "We'll wait and see what develops. Come in and see me again in a ween " Goi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 July 1901

I 1 1 Tbe lew CnjIi-.-d Dvildinoj ftt the L 0 SfT k Tn "American E)ipeitin BvffMTiY 1 1 f,l)Mk fc'" W ' ' WjtJ m. 1 ; Restaurant. " "onroe City, Mo. ASK VOJJR I CA K FOt k y wigs i8i s Mmmi : maw Ik - -tjcti -wh m 1 1 . 4 v,A.-4fcJHr.----ej -" . -itt I Mi X ; s -'Cent iviwi y Hospital, ok the Grounos ' ' ' I l Fashion Tipst Ringed and spotted nets, plain tulles, lace and every sort of lovely brocade are being made into summer frocks. Old-f asbioncd muslins wrought with embroidery are going to trim summer time's cambric shirt arranged to out line yokes, revcrs or in fichu effects. Troops of paranoia are ready for warm weather, with paint ed sticks, crystal knob ends and gilt frames covered with hemstitched and open work silk which should match the dress or toque. Soil. Huffy white lisse boas are tlecked with wee flowers at the edges. Those with violets are pretty, especially if the lisse used is mauve and the complexion so clear and young as to be able to bear a very trying color nex...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 July 1901

Joanna .Nc. Farmers ;ire getting discour aged on account of there being no rain. Poll Moss made a business trip lo Hannibal Monday. Tliere will be preachinc at Oakland cliurcli Sunday. (regon Henderson delivered a load of hogs to Center buyers Saturday. A crowd of boys from tins vi cinity went to the ice cream supper at Arial church Satur day nigbt. John Mihs has purchased .1 tine buggy. Miss Estella Shuck and Alva Berry took a pleasure trip to New London the 4th, ol July. Wess Pogue and Mis Kimel'a Ttterback entered into the holy bonds of matrimony Thursday night. The boys had a gay time after the wedding was over at the charivari. Willie Newell was calling on his best girl Sunday. Minnie was all smiles Market Report. Cattle $8.00$5.00 Hogs $5.005.50 Sheep 2.004.00 ... 4 1 .1 . spring chickens ii .'ic Ducks - 3c Geese liens Eggs 6c Butter - ..11c Shipments for week ending yesterday at noon were light. J. S. Scott 2 cars of cattle. J. H. McClintic 1 car of cattle and 1 of sheep. Har...

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

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14 flONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 190I. NO. 16 Kendrlck . Jerome Kendrick born May 2, died July 12, 1901. He lirst saw the light of day ill Sa line township. Ralls County, Mo., seven miles southeast of Monroe City. In his boyhood he worked on his fathers farm in the summer and attended the district school in the winter un til grown, when he went to St. Louis to attend school and then taught school near his home un til 1800. He was married to Miss Sarah Isabell Gough, of Shel bina. To this union eight chil dren were born, of which six survive him. They are William. John, Albert. Rev. Fr. Pius. Charles and Henry. Pr. Pius is "located at .St. Paul, Kan., and Charles is at Pittsburg, Penn., preparing for the Priesthood. The other four boys are tanners and reside in Ralls and Shelby counties. Jerome Kendrick was a con sistent member of the great Ro man Catholic Church and died cherishing all the promises giv en by the Mother Church. He was amiable i...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 July 1901

A SHORT STOItY. Cecil la and Knillj Tlirice a bridesmaid never a bride. thought Cecelia Gray as slie agreed to Emily Houston's request that she serve as bride maid at her approaching wed ding. "So be it." she said to herself. "1 am sure that I have never come across a man that I could marry." Cecelia and Emily had not seen each other for five year They had been schoolmates and chums ami on parting had sworn undying friendship. This va to be Cecelia's first visit to Emily 'a tome. She made ready for her journey with many hap py anticipations, although she was hall afraid that she wouid tind Emily changed. On alighting at the station In Chicago she was met by Emily and a tall, good-looking young man. who was introduced as "my brother Will." Cecelia had heard of "Will." lie Was a physician, with a promising ca reer before him and a credit able record behind. Do you mind waiting here a little while?' asked Emily. "Or are you too tired? We are expecting another one of my bridesmaids, Ade...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 July 1901

Morrows of Journal is in . "Speakfng of nothingJn par ticular." began the information editor, "why is a good man like a dose of castor oil?" "Hard to keep him down, re plied the exchange editor. "Why is the new chief of the fire department - " "Good man. Hard to keep him down. Why is " "Don't be in a hurry. You've made me lose it. Why why is the new chief's job " "Soft thing? Pudding. Hasty pudding. Of the Musham ilk "Quiet! It isn't a hasty pud ding. Been waiting for neaily half a century. Why is the new chief's job like a doctor's re ceipted bill?" "Because its no sign o' cure. Why is a grain of sand in your eye " "That's the old one about the professor in the ladies seminary. Stuck on the pupil. What is the difference between " "it isn't an old one vvuv is a grain of sand In the eye like calling a man a liar?" "Likely to be the begiuning of a bad scrape. What is the dif ference between a tornado " ' "And a college amusement? They're about the same. One's a hurricane and the other...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 July 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Kditor. H. r. H1XSON, city Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR entered Mil.e pot office t Monroe City, ncconrl-cUM mutter. Mo, THURSDAY, .JULY 1m. 1901 There must be a reduction of tlie tariff for the best interests of the masses in America. Human liberty must not be transformed into a commodity altho this -eems to be the aim of Mc Kin ley & Co. Prosperity for the favored few is what our Republican friends have given America. Prosperity for the masses is what is desired. How can the United Statts hold Cuba, Porto Rico and the Philippines without conflicting with that clause of the Decla ration of Independence which states that all governments de rive their just powers from the consent of the government. Missouri Democrats must not torget the lesson of 1HU4. The Republicans are active and the Mark Ilanna party wants Dick Kerens in the United States i Senate from Missouri and the "bari" will be opened to get him elected by the General As sembly which will be ele...

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

A t I Been Our Custom For many years, we-again of fer many special inducements throughout the entire Shoe and Clothing departments that will shape our stock and save you money. A few minutes spent in this store will convince you of the Real Bargains we are offering more than, pages ot newspaper talk. Be low arc some pointers on a few of the many snaps that await you. Miss Annie E. Ragland lias been visiting friends in Quincy. The Democrat is under obligations to R. H. Hagar, this week for favors. H. B. Mudd. D. P. Handley and H. .1. Lear took in the car nival at Hannibal Monday. Dert Wood was a business j visitor Pekin. III., the first of the week. E. J. McKnight left Monday to take charge of a gang of trackmen on the C. & A. II. R. Miss Mannie Losson spent Turkey has at last paid Uncle Sunday with Hunnewell friends. Sam. that little claim of );.. J. J. Fitzpatrick has placed a I 000 first class new safe in his popu- Kstray. One ii year old Snropshire buck. R. V. Sulci vam. Men ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 July 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. i;. .. hixson, city Editor. len.Mtt $I,OOlbk vfcAk Emend m ll post office at Monroe city, Mo. m id-class matter. THUU8DAY, JULY in. 1901 Dr. llnrnback. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. Get CM li price on flour at Sharp & Dun ley's. Mrs. I P. Stephen and chil dren, spcu'. the latter part of last w:v!: -.villi friends at Ely. Br. Terrlll and wife, of War ren, wen" business visitors 111 the city Thursday. Judge .John Marksbery. ol Emden. was a business visitor in the city Thursday. Perry Green, of Stoutsvil'e, was a business visitor in the city Friday. James Tim berlake. of near Warren was ia the city Thurs day enroute to Hannibal. A. E. Mudd has opened a saloon at the Cor. of Broadway and Third St. in Hannibal to day. Misses Mellie and Dora Wil son, two charming young ladies of Spalding, spent Monday in the city with friends. Misses Myrtle and Jennie Janes, of Palmyra are the guests of their sister Mrs. H. B. Mudd. Misses Nellie Kelsoe, of Mex ic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 July 1901

r t nndldly Honest It seems to the Henud that the time is surely ripe tor the people of Palmyra to loeli a serious situation in the faae. For the past 12 years our city has been practically under ne gro rule. Prom the best fig ures obtainable we cor elude that the negroes comprise ab out one third of our population. Their vote is thrown in city elections practially soli lly for the candidates of their choice and so potent is it that if one is in doubt as to the result of an approaching election the first thing he does is to try to find out how the negroes stand and knowing this he knows how thr election will go. So that we feel safe in saving that Jfline out of every ten of our r city officers in the past 12 years 1 i 'i . innd I... .i,i. -ill. iii I , negro vote. The result is too painful to dwell upon. Take as an instance the shooting: last Thursday night and so far no body punished but the innocent bystanders. And now what are we coins: to do about it? If our citizens would take ...

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

C'ooper.sville. Mrs. Henry McCann and lit-, tie children, of Quincy. are vis ItlDg her brotlier. Will Oosney and family. Miss Lida Lane, of Monroe is, pending the weelc with her friend. Miss Ella Evans. Mrs. Fie Young returned to her llOIDS 111 Monroe. Saturday, after a two weeks visit with her son. Price Young. Mrs. Robert Abel and little children, of Monroe visited her brother, Criss Krumbel. from Saturday until Tuesday. Lue Colvert attended in Warren. Sunday, and Mrs. church Visited Mrs. Brower. Mrs. (Jeorge Buckman and son Earnest, of near Indian Creek, spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Mc Le.nl. Mrs. Jim Burditt died at her home in Sharpetburg Wednes day altera long illness of com sumption. The remains were laid to rest in the Sharpesburg cemetery Thursday. The editors of Howard county have gotten down to business and all of them have signed the following important notice: We tind it necessary to remind our readers that a great many notices and items which are hande...

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

L-0 Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14 HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 190I. NO. I7 The Ohio Bolters. Hanna money, as usual, is be hind the so-called movement to place a Silver Democratic tick et in the field in Ohio aginsttne ticket nominated at Columbus. It appears that a political renegade and toucher named Hugo Preyer. of .Cleveland, is at the head of the "Committee of Ten" which has called a con vention at Columbus. July 31, to put a so-called "Bryan Silver ticket'' in the field. Duringthe campaign of 1900, Preyer. with What Great men Read. Chopin rarely read anything heavier than a French novel. Lord Clivb said that 'Robin inson Crusoe'' beat any book he ever read. St. John Chrysostom never tired of reading or of praising the works of the Apostle John. James I of England was a lover of the classics and very familiar with most of .the Latin writers. Bunyan read little beside his Bible, and often said that Chris- Church News. Rev. W. R. Anderson will de liver the sermon at ...

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

lt CASE OF DOWAOBU OF OKIOIANY. Her I.nst Days Are Being Spent Alone in Tear While is Dying of Cancer. Cheerless alone, detested by the subjects over whom she once reigned, forsaken by her family it reports and appear ances be true there is slowly passing away at the great roomy but barren castle at ( runsberg oil ! he-Mail), Cer many, a woman who as an Kng lisll princess is revered in the land of Edward VII.. but whoj as the dowager empress of Ger many is practically forgotten and neglected and lett to ilie alone -of c;i ncer It is a sad ending for a life that, though since the days of; her marriage to Frederick the Noble, then crown prince of! i Germany, lias been passed among an unsympathetic peo pie. lias yet been a brilliant, oue. Through the whole period of tier married life she was call--el upon to tight to maintain her! position at the German court, j S lie had to match her strength against the strongest in the German empire, and no less a personage than the great Bis marck ...

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

Colbert' Catchup. The Church "Hilly Goal." The most remarkable thing about the oritrinal bill v troat aud the church member that patterns after him is their i "butt." You happen to pass through territory where the original "William" has concluded that he is 'monarch of all be surveys-' a 'id he at once limbers his battery, ("buttery.' ) It makes yon feel a good deal surprised to think that you have had such an astonishing welcome. Just so when you locate upon the domains of the "ecclesiastical William.' Some one says as he shows youa.-ound. that he thinks you would be "the right man in the right place." but the afore said "eccleciastical William-' lowers his horns of "'objection" and breaths out in terror bring ing tones. ' 'but t." ;r We are told to "feed my sheep.-- but the "Willial" member is not at all particular about what he eats like a well regulated sheep is. He'll just appropriate anything. Little Johnny's hickory hat, Susan's ostrich feather's. mother's apron strings, fath...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 July 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W.J. HOUSE, Editor. R. r. H1XSON, City Editor. TERMS. $I,00PER VEAR filtered t the pot office at Monroe City. Mo. u i 1b matter. THURSDAY. JULY S3. 1901 will not sel I OUt Democracy to tlie trusts Dr. Harry B. Holmes who lias been a member of the faculty of the Louisville College of Den tistry tor the past two yean was recently promoted to the chair of Operative Dentistry. Dental Pathology and Kmbyol ogy. Mr. Holmes was for many years a teacher in our public school and has many friends in and around this city. Shelby ville Herald. Children slippers 50c at Wll.f.IAMUON .v Bill Joshua Jarinan. who has seen him since the mercury climbed to the 1 10 line. Miss Nona Maupin. of Shel ; bina has been the guest of her I friend, Mrs. B. C. Peirsol. Be careful about getting tire started this drv weather. It is time infants. to wean the Many farmers will sow millet, rye. cow peas. etc.. lor late pasture. Our Republican friends are busily engaged in trying to ere-1 gave at a reason:...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 July 1901

f J. B. Thomas was a business Kan Sullivan was a Palmyra visitor in Quincy Saturday. visitor Monday. Misses Gertrude McCall and i E. W. Ragland and family Irene Hornback spent Saturday j moved to Slielbina Tuesday. mm liicuu. in Hiiuuium. Dr. Dallas, of Hunnewell, was Grumbling good. will not do any a professional visitor in the city Monday. D. R. Campbell was looking after the J. J. Rogers wool in terests in Palmyra Monday. W. W. Longmire was a busi ness visitor at the capital of the Little Kingdom Tuesday. T. P. Bottorff left Tuesday for Golden, 111., to attend the funeral of his mother-in-law. Mesdames A. Boulware, C. E. Puruell, J. H. McClintic and P. L. Mefford spent Tuesday with friends in Palmyra. Judge N. L. Hume has had a neat drop canvass awning put up in front of his carriage Em porium. Prank Orr has sold.L'O head of 1000 pound cattle to a Mr. Barrett, of Princeton, 111., for $8.25 per hundred. E. D. Noland and son Paul, of Shelbyville. spent Sunday Mary E. llntrny. One i...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 July 1901

THE DEMOCRAT V. .!. ROUSE, Cditor R, f, IJIXSOX, City Editor. TERMS Sl.OO PF.R f:AK Ef.ncd t ih poat office at Monrot t 'lty, Mo. ai tec-ond-clasn matter. THURSDAY. JULY 25. 1901 Dr. Hurnoack. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. Get cash price on Hour at Sharp & Donley's. Don't spoil Your Hands. Tse Maple- City Sel l Washing Soat. it ave rubbing and makes clothes look white as when nt'w Misse, Leona and Eva Settle have returned Oliome for their summer vacation. They have been spending several months in Arkansas and Oklahoma. It was reported in Hannibal Tuesday that Tip NlcClintic had died of sun storke. Tip says: There isn't a word of truth in the report. Mis Cora Settle spent the latter part of last week in the city with her parents. She dropped off here enroute to her home in Shelbina from the Pan American Exposition. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Boulware and Mrs Boul ware's sister. Mrs. P. L. MetTord, of Rosebud, Mont., spent Friday at Kirk wood. Mo., with Dr. Scheetz and family. Jack Hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 July 1901

Kcluvuttaual News Items. The first uniform examination for teachers' certificates in the state was held June 21st and L'L'tl. Notwithstanding it was the tirst, the character of the City Directory. Churches. HuiineweU'a Love Style. Detectives Koch and Brumst erand Patrolhnan Reardon ran in a trio that were promenading ! l8t- BArTIST-Prcaching every Sun the streets last evening. When arrested they were near Fourtli questions, the recommendations j and Hampshire. as to the manner of conducting examinations, the excellent judgment displaced by the county examing boards and the carefulness in grading have been subjects of universal com mendation. Whatever of mis talcejwas made by him who pre pared the questions, by examin ing boards in grading or fixing time limits, or by nervous teach ers will largely disappear as all parties become more accustom ed to the new regime. At the next regular examina tion for teachers' certificates, held August 23d and 24th teach ers will have opportunity of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 July 1901

Dr. H. M. Harrison,! I OP Ouincy, Illinois. lliU eminent Specialist for the EjO( Kar. Note and Throat, ami tiu- 9olan' title littine; of glasses will be at the N'- Monroe Hotel WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1001. TtM doctor bM spent nearly thirty year In the profession ten yean of which in- was Profeeior in the College of PhyeietiuM ami Burgeons, at Ki'o- Ktlk. "Thin certainly gives his patrons all Miuranoe neoeeehry h to his -kill and ability. The "Pi Line. When you start to read a tory, And your energies yon bend In a tQMe and rapt attention To the Interesting end, Don't it jar you, don't it thrill you With a rare SCttatio blis-. When there'a aBawlebed Intheitory A line like this: Gilbert! knife glittered and des cribed a -e ni-eircle in the air. but as his arm shot radwite vbgkn-xmt liiiw Its the -'pi" line of the printer) Which will happen to the ber-t. And no make-up" man has ever Vet lo-en found to stand the test: For in spit.' of all endeavor-. Sometimes they are bound to rniss. And ...

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