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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 August 1901

m 51 Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14 flONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUQUM'I, igol. NO. 18 Land I-ottery. Tliere are 105,007 persons registered in Uncle Sains Okalo homa land lottery. As there are only 18.000 claims there will be pointed Stand by Home. During these trying times of heat and drouth it is more neces sary than ever that people stand by their neighbors, pat- ir4.000 people disap- ronize and uphold their own It is claimed by ! town, giving every cent they those who ought to be posted have to spend to merchants, that only 7,000 of the claims 1 mechanics and men of every will be worth having. Each calling at home rather than claim will cost the "lucky man'' sending abroad. $215 cash before title is good.; We can by being considerate Railroad fare, board and lost j for the welfare of all about us time will have cost the 1(55.000 j do much to relieve the severity registered people. :)0 each (not j Qf the present calamity. The counting the $215) which j farmer has largely lost...

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. — 1 August 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R, r. HIXBON, in- Editor. rBRMI $I,00,,;H Vf AR Enured fii ihc poet offices! Monroe City, Mo. as second-dan matter. THURSDAY. AUG. 1. 1901 Buy mtlk from T II Ball. CJt't cash price on Hour at Bbarp & Donley's. P. P. Maxwell was a busi ness visitor in Hannibal Friday. Luther Muss made a business trip to tii" Blult City Saturday. Theodore Sullivan, of Palmy ra, Was looking alter his real- estate interests in the city Sat urday. John Snider, of Bucklln, as postmaster is charged with !" Ing 28 lU short m his ac counts. Prof, and Mrs. tt. S. Nichols have retu.Mied from their sum mers outing with relatives and friends in Pike County. Harry McClintic has bought and shipped in three car loads; ot wheat to feed to cattle, mules and hogs. Mrs. A. V. Ely left Thursday! afternoon for Perry where she! expected to spend some two weeks visiting tier parents. Misses Ruth McAtee and za Thlehoff, of Hunnewetl, spent the latter part ol last week in the city with f...

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. — 1 August 1901

fmMm nro likely to bo used for glnzitig cofTecl If you knew, yon would bo Eure to demand Lion Coffee which 1b never contaminated with any glazinirof any sort, oithoreRgs or glue just pure, frosb, strong, fragrant cotfoe. The sealed pacfaatfo inure anl- .oral tjuiiJity anl irwrmtwa. The abuse by historian Mac lay has aroused Admiral Schley to the fighting point. He is arranging to sue the his torian for slander and lie calls for a full investigation of the Santiago affair by the naval Board. It is thought Dewey Will head the board. The In- veitigationrjwlll determine who lre geezers the CinqUOr was and will end the long controversy, Lt is thought that Maclay in writing the history as he did served his masters only too well for his own and their good. . Reflection of n Bachelor. When a woman comes to be lieve in the equality of the sexes j she has come down to a man's level. No man knows what he will do if he gets married, and no woman knows what she will do if she doesn't. If there w...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 August 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Kditor. R. V. HIXSON, City Editor. I'GKMS $1.00 PER VfcAH Rmeri-il nt tli pott OflM at Monroe ;lty, Mo. M hitoii'I-' lwm matter. THURSDAY. AUG. 1. 1001 175 . .. Forty Per Cent Crop. Kansas City. Mo.. Jul' "JO. President L. A. Goodman of the Missouri Slate Horticultur al Society announces to day that tlie Missouri apple crop will be about 40 per cent He arrived at this deduction after receiving reports from 808 or chards situated In thirty-three counties. The main trouble now wili be to keep trees from breaking uown under tne strain. tunu lie will promptly issue a bulletin advising orchardists to thinout the young apples. In the Ozark region and in tne northwest part of the State half a crop will be secured. In the middle west the crop will be a failure. Huntsville is agitating the water works question. Thomas Hinton was a busi ness visitor in Hannibal Tues day. R. S. McClintic was a busi ness visitor in the Future Great the first of the week. D. R. Davenpor...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 August 1901

Moses Leake is now tlie po lite clerk at George Moessner's. E. E. Edwards made a busi ness trip to the Bluff City Tues day. Mrs. W. A. Hatch and Miss Elizabeth spent Sunday with Hunnewell friends. Eari Reid and John Demaree left Monday night for Denver, Colo., where they exp-ct to lo cate. Good luck to you boys. H. B. Mudd was a business; James Divens, of St visitor in Quincy Tuesday. 1 spending his vacation Mrs. V. Johnston, of Warrens burg, Mo.,0is visiting her son, James W. Johnston Rev. Fr. D. P. Sullivan has treated bis fancy roan roadster to a fancy set of harness. Charles and George Anderson have plastered the pretty new cottage home of Joseph Smith at Ely. J ml ire Thomas F. Hurd. of j Pans, was a business visitor in ' the city Monday. Robert Meriwether, the at torney, is helping swell the big crowd at El Reno. Oklahoma. Col. and Mrs. R. E. Lear at tended the funeral of B. A. Jones, at Shelbina, Saturday. Hon. W. T. Ragland sold 86 head of pretty fair cattle for $4. 00 and t...

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

Iir 'rnllr. Soii: Hy Lillian Knnpp Dodi SI. A woman -lands in a rose- wreaihed door way; her baby is in tier arms; the morning sun shine lies .ill about Ilia dewvi yrass. and talis softly upon her bead Her face is almost girlishly fair and untroubled; yet a hint of anxiety cretp! into the blue eyes as the huso mcl steps up t pat the baby's velvet cheek, j and Kiss hi Wife good-by. I am going now. dear." he, says; "you must not be lonely i to-day." No. I will try: but I cau't help thinking of the money. It anything should happen to you ( ), John, men have been murdered for less money than S100." "Nonsense, . lassie; don't let that worry you iil day. I -nail come home sate enough, though I may be. late.' ! lie i-. 1 1 1 1 1 - out of sight when j haif. relieved sigh to the work two tramp- lounge slowly up that is waiting to be done, the road and pause a moment She eats her bit of dinner near the little gate. with baby on her knee, pulling "Better not stop here now, j excitedly at the c...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 August 1901

Unique Items in Lawyer's Bill. From tin Philadelphia I Vests. "For preventing Mr wife from leaving htm on two occasions: persuading lier not to begin separation from ascand al. 1600 per occasion . .$1, 000 "For preventing contemplated lunacy proceedings against Mr. Clapp and restoring the young man to health 11,000 "Dissuading Mr. Clapp from contesting his mother's will, and thereby saving iiim ex pense, trouble and annoy ance 1500 "Total This unique bill of a suit on trial recently common pleas court No. 2. by T. C. Patterson, one of Phila delphia's leading attorneys, against H, Mason Clapp, a well known society man and member of lue Union league. Mr. Clapp is a scion of a southern family of prominence, and anything but a poor man, as he has at his command an allowance of ;i0, 1 N IQ a year. But he considered the services Mr. Patterson rendered him WOrtb lust $25, and, therefore, he was made to reveal his family affairs to an interested court audience. Charles E Purnell and inter e...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 August 1901

Dr. H. M. Harrison,; Ol- Ouincy, Illinois. This eminent s-ijx-fiulit for the Kye, I Har, Nosu and Throat, and the Helen 1 tlllo llttlnjf of Ilasses will bj at the Ni'w Monroe Hotel WEDNESDAY, AUOU8T 14,1001. The doctor has spent nearly thirty yearn In the profession ten years of I which lie was Professor in the College of Physicians and Burgeons, .it Keo Kiil. Tlii certainly gives hlspatroos all assurance necessary as tohls skill and ability. Hutch Well. Mr. Editors, the drouth is over and we feel very thank ful. J, S. Briscoe an I W iff. f New London spent Saturday and Sunday with J. J. Kendrlck and wife t tur telephone and doing a good business Miss Mary Dwire, Haunt-brother, bal. is the truest oi i Charlie Dwire. Quite a lot (A fishing has been done In Salt River the past few wee lis. A crowd from here will at tend '.he Spalding ice cream supper Saturday night Aug. ''. Gardens are being planted over here Rev. Father Shiel said mass at Brush Creek Sunday. Charlie llardesly has acc...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 August 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14 nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUQUI 8, 100I. NO. lo Cooncil Iteport. The city council met In regu lar session ;it the council rooms Friday eve. Aug. 3rd. 1901.' Mayor S. North, presiding; Aldermen present, A. Bouiware. D. A. Ely, D. D. Mel son. J. V. Hell and J. H. Grady. Absent. J. 8. Scott. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. H. B. Mudd filed county brought Kruger's reply license to keep a saloon or dram shop from Aug. 2nd. 1!01 to Feb. 2nd, 1902. The city granted him a license for same length of time. us ALL' WED. Krngcr Advises Boers to Keep on Fighting- Loudon. Aug. 2. A dispatch from Standerton. Transvaal. July :!, which had been stopped by the censor, has just been re ceived here. It reads: "Walter Kitchener met Louis Botha and his secretary. De wet, by appointment near Piatt Rand a few days ago. They to It BOOKS OF MISSOURI OPEN TO INSPECTION. Gov. lockery Calls Upon Ile pnhlienns To Prove Charges. surrender proposal .). 11. Grady...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 August 1901

The Paine Ualance. Two iitti tfiriM in the early morning ol an October day were dressing In n sleepy fashion. r rather one ' them was dressing and the other sat n the side of the ieti looking at her. "There," said Bess, impatient ly: now that mean old -.hue string must go and break, and I know that bell's Jum going to ring. Turn over the leaf. ;u sie. so we can he learning the text while we do our hair."' Gussie got on the bed and turned over the leaf on a roll of texts which hung on the wall, j and then stood a minute reading il to herself. Why don't you hurry'''' said I5e... looking up at her: you'll be awful late. My. what a text to pick- o.it lor folks! 'A false balance is an abomination unto the Lord.' I should think that verse was meant for grocery- don't weigh things lust wish they had as. it ARE YOU READY X FOR X Your Spring Wall Paper? The Styles and Prices this Spring makes it easy to sell White Lead, Mixed Paint And Color Stock Complete. Palmer and Wrights Perfume -V Alwa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 August 1901

It isn't the Cook's Fault, It isn't your Grocer's Fault, that the bulk coffee you just purchased turns out to bo differ entfroni the "same kind" bought before. Ccffcfl purchased in bulk is F.:re to vary. The scaled package in which LION COFFEE is sold insures uniform flavor and strength. It also keeps the coffee fresh and insures absolute purity. They Love the Negrft-From&f ar. There are so many points con nected with the recent shotgun quarantine inaugurated by Chi cago ngnlnst colored men that some of them have been over looked. There were three preachers, for instance, in Melrose I 'ark. These three men have no doubt preached long and earnestly over the duty of the white man toward the black. They have held up in withering terms the weaknesses of the people of the south, and have called up on their hearers of tne more civilized regions to take steps for the protection of the wards of the nation. These reverend gentlemen (live wept briny tears because of the suppres sion of th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 August 1901

THE DEMOCRAT V. .1 K. P. TERMS ROUSE, Editor. HIXSON. Cits Editor. $1.00 PER YEAR Kntcreil " ""' olfi l Monroe Clt) r If C0Hd6lSSI matter. Mo. Church News. Rev. A. M. Alexander and family have moved lo Hale. Mo., where he has charge of a church. Rev. Fr. T. Lyon, of Indian Creek, sneut the first of the , I week with St. Louis friends. Rev. J. A. Wailes was a visit or tuincy Thursday. Rev. Pr. D. P. Sullivan was with St. Louis friends Monday. The furniture for the Holy Rosarv uarochiai school has I THURSDAY. AUG. B. l'JOl The Olobe Democrat Dodges The St. Louis Ci lobe Demo crat, after two days' consider erution. lias decided upon a policy toward the challenge to 'examine the nooks'' made by Governor Dockery. It was pre sumed that In order to estab lish, or rather attempt to establish, its integrity .is a newspaper it would take up the Investigation and prosecute it to the fullest extent. At least it was hard to conceive of any other course open to it. It matter not what the public m...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 August 1901

15 DAYS OF iMAL Quill Up SAL John Fan-ell made a business I trip to Bevier Thursday night. M. B. Garner was transacting business in Palmyra. Saturday Miss Bessie Asbur- spent the! day yesterday with Shelbina1 friends. II tye have in stock a nice and complete line of I Caskets, Robes and Fibers. 15 DAYS Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Campbell are taking their summer outing at Perlle Springs. The last and greatest event of the season including every article oi snni- mer wear Men's, Ladies and Child rensl SHOES AND OXFORDS Lawns, Dimities, Batists, Ginghams Wand all Wash Goods, Shirt Waists andM M Crash Skirts, Men's Suits, Shirts, Shirt M Waists, Underwear, Fancy Hosiery, rV Tn rn.nn., II.. t. I7f,. Id placed lor NewH n road for theH 3 a Si V W Neckwear, llais, Etc. In (act everything will in one final Sacrifice sale. in orucr to maKe room Aill Goods and to oleai H fc be business campaign of the fall JNOi Ji RO season. M GERS James S. Scott has shipped in and sold two cars of seed rye. Miss Bess...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 August 1901

THU DEMOCRAT v. .!. HOUSE, Editor. R, r". IflXsoN. City Bdltur. i TfiKMS .OO1'1 " Vl Piiin.t i t ii pott ttvv at Monroe ft. Mo. seQOftllmlaSI lllfltt'-r. L'lfSlMY. AUG. 1101 j ti ... mi from T H Hall. Dr. Horn back, Ocu!li and Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. Mrs. Andy I larm r h visiting frleii'i" iii Palmyra. Biff high i .fl draft horses are the kind most in demand and briny the best price Wheat ;a 11.00 is said to be equal to corn at 0 cents for feed. Wheal should be ground J. C. Fuqua shipped ."l suck-i ling mulea to Pennsylvania Thursday. J. 1) McGlasson, andjwife of Warren, was a business vis itor in the city Thursday The principle business block of Clarksville, Mo., was de stroyed ly fire Ann. 2nd. Whai most people want Ii smoothing mild and gentle when In lined of a physic, Cham berlain's Stomach ami Liver Tui.1i.-n till the bill to a They are eaiy totakcaud pleas ant in effect for sale by B. wood. H. Black, of Slater, spent the latter part ol last week in the city, lio may locate lien...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 August 1901

Is Admiral SniupHon Crazy? New York Journal: The more opportunities Admihal Samp son jives liis countrymen I and Malians and like office war- j j riors in the universe can write j ! or talk away that fact; or the. t0 1 other fact, that there anu leu the Schley was fighting. congratulate Girls Give Up Their Lovers, having been j From U Pittsburg Dispatch. Macon, Mo. One of the most serious effects of the drought in Macon county has been mani fested In the village of Ethel, where forty of the prettiest girls have formed what they called an "Emergency society," Hefure the trouble v, ith Spain ' the by laws of which provide the American public knew noth ing of Sapson; since then he has son have they to thetnaelve s on his absent from the battle of Santi ago, where Schley commanded. For it is fair to fear that a per son who in peace displays a genius for making a fool of him self might have shown a disas trous want of wisdom in war. permitted everybody to see how , small is his brain and...

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

Dr. H. M. Harrison, Of Ouincy, Illinois. Thli tmloent S iulixt for tin Kyoi i. r. None nnd Throat, and the Bcleu' llHc fitting of tfliutea wilt bo it'. th: New Monroe I ioi ; I WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1001. Tliedootor 1ms spent nearly thirty yeari in Itae profession ten yearn of which iii? wiiM Professor in the College df Physicians and s irgeons, at :-1 Kuk. Thin certainly gfve lilspatrons necessary n. ti in- -kiii ail assiiram and ability. ;:i irse this tor Joanna News. Mere mill is needed in cinity. Pro!'. Burnett had .. leverlv injured bv a vvir week, 'mt it is mend log. Sn 1 1 River has been past ford inu tins week the ttrst 1 1 m montlis, Mr. Ib'-, delivered a load of melons to Monroe City merchant- Saturday, he has lots of them. Joseph Moss and mother went to Monroe last week on business. J. V. Berry and Ed Moss bought some rye to sow this week. Aunt Mary Moss has returned home from her visit in Hanni bal among relatives. Heckard Uros. have returned .home from threshing. .lames...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 August 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14 HON ROE CITY, MISSOURJ, THURSDAY, AUGUST l5, 190I. NO. 20 Picnic at Indian Creek. The people of Indian Creek are bending their every energy to have everything in perfect readiness for their great big picnic to be held at Lawrence Grove near the Indian Creek church on August 22nd. Last Friday afternoon and Saturday the committee on ar- rangements held meetings when j the whole work was mapped out and various sub committees appointed to take hold of the 1 different departments of the celebration. A number of well known and able speakere are ; invited to be present on the oc j casion. among them Honorable j Champ Clark and J. H. White- j cotton. One of the new features j of the picnic will be the sub- stitution of an immense rish fry j for the regular picnic dinner. This part will be in charge of Messrs Bill Spalding, Dick Hagan, Geo. Whalen, Ceo. Hagan, Dan Whalen. etc. There will be a number of stands and a plentiful supply of refreshments on the grounds...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 August 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUSE, Editor. R. i HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS, $1.00 fUH VLAR Should Keep Quiet. Prof. Herron says trusts own the churches. This is pretty good from a man who permitts a fe male trust to purchase him from his wife. Kansas City Times. I m m !f - I Entered Httlic pnM nfflce at Monroe City, an nd i matter. Mo. John Wesley Penington a negro, of Coffee County. Ga., as saulted Mrs. J. C. Davis. A THURSDAY. AUG. 15. 1901 1 mob of E00 enraged men of ( whom half were blacks caught H Hall. the brute, punched his eyes out Oculist and a,,(' tMt,n chained him to a stake and burned him. hat Hoston say about the part blacks took In the seance. Queer But True.! Youth with energy always leads, that is the case with the North Main Street Drug House. I PRESCRIPTIONS Buy milk from T Dr. Horn back, Aurist. Hannibal. Mo will the H. B. Mtidd, was with Hanni bal friends Sunday. The old adage of an inch and Bring your eggt and butter to a foot is becomlcg prominent Sharp Donley and get t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 August 1901

Pryor Paragraphs. A self denying Christian's first question is, will God be honored and glorified by the present undertaking. You must eliminate self from every act of worship if you ex pect your service to be accept able to God or strengthening to yourself. The man who thinks himself than he docs more of of the cause of Christ, and who seeks vendication at the expense of the church is not worthy of the name of Christian. Paul says, "If a man thinks himself to be something when lie is nothing he deceiveth him SELF," but thore is one consola tion about it. he rarely deceives anyone else. While time shall last men will draw holy consolation from the blessed thought that Jesus is the shepherd of his sheep, and that no wanderer from the fold of God canescape the vigi lance of his watchful eye nor stray beyond trie purview of his loving care. NoM&sk jr glue is I roasting f FFEE of cRps or fine is used in roasting it ia all coffos oure coffee stronir and of delicious flavor.i Some cof...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 August 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. .!. ROUSE, Editor. R, F. H1XSON, city Editor. dear life and with each jump1 Mrs. Mary B. Noland and son the blood spurted from her face. I Reed were with Shelbyville Jim was promptly rounded up ! friends part of the week. and pis honor ffave him ten davs. T KHMS $1.00 PEH VbAH I at tlit poit office at Monroe City, n ItOOnd-CliM matter. Mo. THURSDAY. AUG. 12 1101 The Democratic party can not afford to be Morgan! zed. And yet there are some chicken hearted sentimentalist who shudder at the naraeof Whipping post. The -whipping post is the only thing that will punish and at the same lime act a-a de terreul. BIG BAUBECL'i:. Sewing machine needles and oil at R. Manning Walker's. The American high tariff wall will shut American goods out of foreign countries. Missouri Democratic adminis tration courts Investigation. How would the Republican rule In Missouri stand the test? Men of the Lincoln type are not now eligible for nomination For office on the Republican na tional tic...

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