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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 August 1901

Sewing tnachh es cheap at r, Manning Wai.ki:u's. V. D. Bannister, of Qttlncy, was in the city Monday with old friends. Perhaps due. your subscription is Dr. Holllday from his jaunt to has returned Kansas City. Judge John Smock, of Paris, I was a business visitor in the city Friday. I G. A. Bray ton, of JetTerson Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Sharp spent j city, was circulating among W.B.Brown is spending the the week witli his daughter at Perry. the first of the week with brother Dave, his twin at den. his Km- old friends in the city ter part of the week. the lat-1 Theo and Miss Cora Settle 'spent yesterday with Palmyra i friends. William Sickles, formerly of Monroe but now an Indian Ter. ritory farmer, is visiting friends in his old home. Miss Mary Landers has been so unfortunate as to loose her purse containing and a gold stick pin. Misses Minnie, 'Willis and Al- lie and Hattie Moss left Thurs day morning for a visit with friends at Palmyra. After spending two months pleasantly with her daug...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 August 1901

He Showed Her. P:nver Tost. ) Wo rat on iliu pOrch of a mountain hotel, tin shadows of evening dreamllv foil, A neat llttlo maid in a dimity gown, And ;i. an escape from the heat of tin! town. I ventured to speak though I novor had boon Presented; Indeed, sir, I never had MOIl The fairy until in the dining room we Sat opposite tipping our mountain browed tea And paeked at each othoi" How softly the 'shadows air fall ing!" oftld 1. "Like shower of down from -tin' wings of tlii; k . Or like a great vuil that is Mttllng in place lu billowy foid over nature' rough face. One cems to have drifted from earth and its bores 'I'o far away mystic, ly.sian shores!,' sin- chewed at bor tooth pi' l; and liensively sighed A feathery lgh in she surtly replied: I -n't it lovely '. ' "You who are a strangor to scenes MCll liH tills Musi feel an almost inexpressible Ulis. 'I'n llnd ytmrsell here in a mountain retreat 'Mill scenic displays that tuu world cannot I at. How even a- mitos wo weak rtals api...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 August 1901

FASHION TAI,K- Are We at War. J The magnitude of the labor Buckles of AH Sorts and I.ucing stpke ftnd U)e immenae llldug. Eyelets Will Re Seen on . ., .ia -tu well justify the question wheth er we are in a state ot war. Fnll Gowns. Although the maid of fashion is wblliog away the sultry days of midsummer hi the sheerest of gowns, unmindful of aught save the combination of mus lins and laces, yet the makers ot the modes are already antic ipating with keen the array in which the summer belle will make her return to the severity of fall costumes and what orna- 1 mentation will be used to re- j lieve the tailor made type audi beautify the more elaborate gowns. The shops are already show ing small buckles as one of the leading garnitures for fall costuming, following the idea iu vogue abroad. These slide buckles are in plain gilt, sliver, rhinestones, cut steel and gun metal. They vary in size and in shape are circular tnd square. The lacing eyelet, too, gives promise also of becoming a ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 August 1901

(Jopperville. Mi-,-, Lola Walker, Of Hanni bal, is visiting her father, Dick Walker. Miss Annie Whitmer visited Her friend. Mrs. fireen. in Mini r.t from Saturday till Mottdav, H. ! Lear, wife and little daughters. Li Hie and ladis. snent Snudav at New Market, M. K. & T. BOAT EXCURSION Lear's fat lit Mr. y and broth May Lear, Warren Sun- with Mrs. Eberly. Miss Daisy Hanl it. Crew and Mi-s attended church at day. Miss Klla Kvans spent the latter part of last week i.i Mon roe, with Hon. R. L. Woodson and wile John VV. White made i busi ness trip to Hannibal Sunday, Mrs. Carlisle, of Phe'.ps. '. Mo. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dick Walker John Whitmer is on the stck list. Larence Bono returned home from his threshing trip last wee'.: with his hand badly cut. Horn to tne wife of Dick' Walker a tine girl baby Aug. 4. Mother and baby doing well. We would like to know what has become of the Indian Creek correspondent? We would like to hear from tneiu once more. (Lost llk Cooperville...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 August 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14 flONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 190I. NO. 2I Boasted. rue otoutsvuie Banner, in Hinli school Water. It is conceeded by all medl- or (Jicai Beiieftt. Several weeks ago a numer- Ohurcli News. The Church appointed John j Rev. .1. H. TerrfU, of Monroe Blsea and wife. H A. Ford and its last issue reads the riot act cal authorities that there Vity, Will preacn ai ine uapiisi ueCH Dawson as delegates to ' ously Signed petition asking for to the city council, tf the ed- 'nothing more conductive to had church here next Saturday at 8 1 represent it at the Bethel N. E the holding ()f n 'Farmers a itor's version of it is correct he I health than stagnant or foul P- and Sunday morning and Association which Convenes I StltUte in tills city this fall was was not half warm enough. 1 water. It is well known by DlgM. All are invited. 1 he with Providence Church. The city ordinance was printed , every one that water which 1 memoeramp is especially irvu- ion U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 August 1901

THE DEMOCRAT V. .1. HOUSE, Editor. R. V, HIXSON, City Editor. ILK MS $1,00 Miss Clautlell Settle spent Sunday with Qulncy friends. Mixed timothy and clover seed foi sale. tf J. w. Rouse, MM ' ' WIHIXMH MIWMilHH MHM4HMHI MHM PLK YfcAR Inured it the. im office at Monro city. Mo. a second-class mutter. Get cash price Sharp V Donley's. on flour at 9 2 i Queer But True. Youth with energy always leads, that is the case with t lie North Main Street Drug House. 1 I THURSDAY. AUG 1901 Buy milk from T II Ball Dr. Horn back. Oculii Avirist. Hannibal. Mo. Brlnq your eggs "ud Sharp & Donley am highest market price. -t people want is butter to get he wiiin most people want is something mua nn.l u. iitl.'. win n in in-cd of a i-Iiv-h-. Chiim- hcrUln'i Btomaeh and Liver Tablet! mi tba lull in a riot. Tiny are easy to takcand pleat, ant in effect. For mile by a ! Wood. Butter and eggs bring yon the most money when taken to Sharp & DONLEY'S Mis Cora Clark and MisS Tina Ponge, of Moberly, have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 August 1901

Pointed Paragraphs.! Warren m v. a. Picnic Some husbands are domestic j The Modern Woodmen picnic and some are imported. ;at Warren Thursday was a After a man has reached his rOttWf. The number of people A - t - A A. limit he can scorn deires. present was estim.ateu at irom The plumber lays liis pipes and the minister pipes his lay. As a scorcher the sun gives it to the wheelman in the neclf. The locomotive tender and the bartender are both tank tillers. It is the summer of our dis content when the telt hat is felt hot. Revenge may be sweet oritj '800 to 2.000. Early in the morning the M. W. A.'s laid to rest, their broth jer M. Morthland with the lodge ceremonies, it being the .irst time the Monroe City Band ever participated in a tiling of that nature. City Directory. Churches. 1st. BAPTIST Preaching every Sun morning and evening Sunday I school at 9:45. B. Y. P. U. ::! p. I in. Sunday. Prayer meeting Wed nesday evening Deacons meeting at j 2 p. m. the last Sunday in each month, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 August 1901

THE DEMOCRAT v. .!. ROUSE) Editor. R, r". II1XSON, City Editor. i i:ms $1.00 Pl-R VfcAK ,-re I t ll"' I"1"' "flVeHt MonfOS city, Mo. St SCOOBd-GlASI HUtftSf, THURSDAY, AUO. -2-2. 1901 Buy voir Winter Shoes at Williamson t Hull's Mrs. W. R Anderson is visit in'.' tin- homefolk in Palmyra. I-;, s. Eoulware ami wife of Perry, arrived in tin? city yen terday to visit relative-. Dr. W. C Sprinkle of Stouts vi lie, was in the city Monday with his many friends. Miss Adele Tucker, "i ban-. uibal, i Hi'' pretty ami picas ing Sliest of tier cousins, Dr and Mrs. V. 'I'. Rutledge, William Shields, of Audrain county, spent the week in this, vicinity with relatives and; I rieuds. Mage Maddux, one ol the progressive farmers near Hunt ington, was 'transacting busi ness in the city, Monday. The Walker add Jackson well drill has finished a good (50-foot Weil uii tlpi i. M. Walker farm ' and moved yesterday t the J. W. Wilson farm. Bargains in Lace curtains at Williamson & Hull's. Mrs. W. A. Willi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 August 1901

A. Ui m m ITT m m u TTT tU W Hi m m TTT Hi TTT iU TTT Ui TTT m TTT Ui TTT Ut Ui TTT Ui TTT Hi Ui TTT Ui TTT NEW SILKS AND Dress Fabrics. Just received, a little early but there is always sonic Folks who1 want to take a trin, or sonic that ace going away to school, that want ilic newest thiugs early in the season. Our assortment of Silks and Dress fabrics are sure to please as they comprise all the : Newest Weaves And Colorings, f T I 1 1 m TTT Hi TTT Hi TTT Hi Hi TTT lit TTT Ui ??? .J. Ti Spalding, who Is drill. Ing a well on the Ousack farm, has gone down DO feet and is now in solid lime stone. Attend the Closing Out Sale at Williamson v Bull's. 18,000.00 stock nl shoes to go at cost at Williamson ft Bull's After a long and pleasant vis it with her grand parents at I The P. II. O's. will serve ices Warrensburg, Mo., Miss Ada ! at the band concert at the park Sliryack returned home last Ion the 26th and do'nt forget it because the proceeds will go to the library, By the way. the Fri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 August 1901

Hose and Hue. I nil in the shadow ulone, sweetheart: your rOMl are MMntlng tM air. Ai)J I dream of the titiK' when yoi prosited me. Down in the garden there. Marigolds, hollyhocks, prince's fiith- IT. Dent their heails in the dim sweet light, As under the willow tree don't yon retnetnbery l k i 'i yon ami niil goodnlght. Mi! sweetheart mlnei with liair sntl eyes. We have hud our measure if rues The -uie- were dark itnd the skie were fair. Hut I knew you forever were true- ; Anil now. as I sit in the dark alone. I would give the world to know The way through the wood to the fur off tieiii VVhere the implex ( heartache . grow. j Love fades, they ay, when the pulae il lllll. Audi am three score and ten. Bat tonight, with Its hitter surge of loss, Lie far beyond their ken. For tomorrow they hlile you away, sweetheart . In the garden out Ol slifht. So I lift up the rose (Sod's rose around you, And kis you and a nood-nlght! Myrtle Reed. I A story of Wiistus. I 2& ARE YOU READY X FOR X...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 August 1901

km Then the policy "Ol several j Am mg the Colleges of Inches Lion Coffee is 1 6 ounces of pure coffee to the pound. v-imieu donees are only about 14 ounces or coltee and two ounces of eggs, glue, etc., of no value lo von. but money in the pocket of the luaster. Best at Times. Friday the sun rose clear and eight of the young men of the city COUld not resist the temp tation that the tine roads offer ed them for a drive to Spalding Springs and a day pleasantly spent on the wooded hill sides with charming young ladies, so the following gentlemen with light hearts and heavy hamp ers. Harvey G ray. Alexis Mel son, Emmet Tutey, Elmo Jack son. Thomas Dawson Claude Henderson, Emmet Yowell and "Victor Ely took tin- Misses Elenor Scott. Elizabeth Arnold. Olivia Brown, Louise Jordon, Edith Jackson. Minnie Willis. Ada McClintic and Ella Hawk ins under their protecting wings and it was ho for Spald ing, lint it must not be forgot ten that the proprieties was carefully looked after by Mr. and Mrs...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 August 1901

Joanna Jotting We had a refreshing shower s aturday evening. is working In -.-ill -tit r.ii I wa u Rov Fanning Hannibal now. Elk Hamelton wa relative III St. Paul hood iast week. Pate M-s lost a lin the other day and t here lion. -, for tin' otitec horsi i-. sick. Several of our neighbor t;t rtcd for 1 lllnols Mondaj lug for work. i Week Iv and ITIvsen : 1 1 1 1 delivered their mule in Motir City Monday. BveryboJy reporte i tiir..- .it th" Joanna picnic day. ' I " 1 1 1 -1-1 - iv. in nreachitnf .it 1 ant Grove cbnrch Sunday. Dr. Bakers agent wa collect ingand leaving a new upplyol medicine this week. Everybody invited to the Rock Lick picnic Thursday. Come and have a good time. visiting dghbor- mare h no w i i i c 1 1 ) lys look- Kan colts good FY! Meas- snbstnntlal Kcsuit 'I'll' .--'cent a Franchise values ot bridge and telegraph property of this State aggregates l round numbers $25,000,000, an Increase in franchise assess ments over last year of $10,000, 1)1)1) This Increase In fr...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 August 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14 nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 190I. 7 NO. 22 Indian Creek Picnic. Was you there? It was riner than silk. Twenty-rive hundred people and others who wanted to be there. The. largest and best dressed lot of ladies in the state was there and brought their smiles with them. Where will you rind a neigh borhood with more pretty girls and plump women than at In dian Creek? The day was perfect uutil the shower with its drops larger and brighter than silver quar ters, struck the grove and pret ty . dresses but the ladies smiled just the same. Oh my, but didn't lion's. J. H. Whitecotton. Champ Ciark and J. P. Boyd saw the air, fanned it into breezes, weave rhetorical wreathes and take poetical flights that would have made the American Eagle scream. They quit when out of breath. Tom Bo ill ware was there, but his taste for chicken had cloyed. When not busy with music it was the rosy cheeks and bright eyes that gained his attention. The Monroe City bus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 August 1901

THE DEMOCRAT Mla8uaie Smith lias return- ; . ed from her summers outing in Kentucky. w. J. ROUSE, Editor. R, v. IIIXSON, City Editor. - j Queer But True. ! I I.K.MS $1.00 li:K YP.AK F.rtcrcd n i the pout oflVe fit Monro HtTi Mo. ss second-class matter. THURSDAY, AUG. 29. 1901 Boy milk from 'J' II Mall. I)r Hornback. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. Get Caali price on Hour at Sharp & Donley's. Mixed timothy ami clover seed foi -.ale. M .1. VV. Rouse. Miss Birdy Veach. of Palmy ra. has been the welcome guest of he sister Miss Vivian. Henry I. Lear is feeling good. He thinks he will have more corn this year year than last. The little birds in aristocratic culud" circles are telling cute stories on I "ncle Dock Jordon. You want money, we want butter and eggs and pay the big hst price for them. SHAKP v DONLEY. Wliai mom ptople Hunt ll something niil! ami gcntlo, when iii need of a nhrilo, '''""n" horlatn'i Stomach and Mvei Tablcti nil the till to a 'lot. They are easy loMkcMd pleat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 August 1901

DR. W. McNUTT Vamk ipecliil Ht'entinn tAdtltSMI cf women nd children. OOlC! with Dr. Norton on Summer Ht Telephone Rt'tii.uncu No. 29. Wood'n Mil1: Kinre No. M, Resilience I blocks west of F. A M. Bank. P. 8. TURNER, M. D. Phyilclan. Surgeon iiml Aoconehor. Makes n specialty of L'litarrh, Bar and Lung Troubles. Office in New Proctor llloek. It. -1 ilcnec 2nd ItlltdOOf OMt li. , Wood's Some Coffees are Glazed with B cheap coating. If glazing helps coffee why aren't the high priced Mochas and Javas glazed also' AGNES McNKIL, D. 0. Graduate of American School of Osteopathy KirkSTlllc. Mo. Diseases both acute and chronic lire treated. Consultation free. OfBce Main St. Proctor Building. E. E. WEBB, Auctioneer. Money Is made in selling goods at good prices and it takes a first class iiuetionec-r to bo that. Give me tho work and it is done " Uio people of the state of Illinois will know. I have sold any ihousandof dollars worth nl oods across the river. Enquire at tins Dkoc ..at oftiee. R ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 August 1901

THE DEMOCRAT .m- W. J. ROUSE, Editor. H. f. HIXSON, City Editor. his parents. rBRMi $I,OOPER VEAK - :.ierei1 tl tin- iot office m Monroe City K . . is matter. THURSDAY. AUG. 29. sm .John Hoskins. of Lewistown, j spent Sunday iti the city with ' his brother. C. H. Ujskins. Mo. electrician. the Will Stop Tilt; Howl. The Globe Democrat failed to accept Gov. Dockery s invita tion to examine the State books so the St. Louis Star, a Kepub licatl paper, decided to take up the work Gov. Dockery has accepted the Star's request 10 examine the books and in a short time the Star will have a corps of expert accountants at work Dii the books of the state looking for the fraud iand mis tnmagemeut of the state Hnan- ces winch the Globe Democrat has howled so much about their work these accountants are to he given all the assist ance possible by tiie stae of ficials. Gov. Dockery has ad vised the Star: First. That there will be no limitation to the proposed ex amination as to its time or scope. Seco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 August 1901

. Scott has .been on the pick I list for a week. .1 A Sweatnain is looking after his interests at Table Crove, 111. Mrs, Charles Sellner, of Quiii cy. has been spending the week with her friend, Mrs. A. Jaeger. Misses Stella and Agnes Fitzpatrick have been visiting in Kansas City. Miss Anna Bouiware is spending the week wit.i Quincy friends. J. B. Thomas and MissClrace went to Gol'en, III.. Tuesday for a visit with friends. Ira Searcy is putting on airs or rather is putting on paint on the ceiling of his tonsorial par lors. Clarence McNutt ieft yester day for Lexington, Va. where lie will attend the Military Academy. Mrs. Arthur T. Sullivan, of Macon, spent Tuesday after noon in the city with former friends. Mr. Sullivan was for merly stationed at the Joe de pot. Brooklyn Daily Times. At the Lyceum theatre, this week Will II. Powers comedy "The Widow from Paris." is pleasing large sized audiences. The comedy is funny and company good. A. L. Hayden, one of Indian Creek's nicest young...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 August 1901

In Solomon" Tank. BY W. Mt'RKY Ott AY DON. One mottling in a juiel corner of the Aden club Vane Chalm ers affirmed that on the previ ous day, whilehuntiug babboooi in the hills he had suddenly come upon a lion. His rifle was empty, and an unpremedi tated tumble down a precipice, where the animal did DOC see tit to follow, was all that sav ed hiii. Where did you say you put him up?" asked a young sub altern. This side of the far tank, anione. tin- Blue Rocks." was the reply. "You fellows are welcome lo stalk the brute if you like Thank goodness 1 in off for England next week on a nix mout hs' leave. " .lust then Col. Holford, the political resident, strolled into; the room. "You are too venturesome, Chalmers," lie said to his. secre tary. -As tor tue presence of a iiou in the vicinity. L think that can be explained. One re cently escaped from a village 70 miles to the north, where it was brought by natives from the Khali desert. It could easily have made its way down here. " .Matthew...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 August 1901

How It Is At Home. The followidg paragraph Tinds a prominent place in The New York Press: A westerner now settled for life in New York says: "I have not yet mustered up suf ficient courage to buy a home, though it is the first time in my life that I ever lived in a rent- stories of Success. i Some of the most curious reading of the present day is , that furnished by men who pa rade as their own creators and who feel inclined to take the ! world into their confidence. i One of the most gleeful con- Stributors to this new style of the Gem Hotel i literature is President Schwab, Sunday Blaze. At 2:45 Sunday afternoon the clang of the tire bell told the people that one of their best frierds and yet, worst enemies, had gone on the path of de struction. Fire had broken out in the southeast attic room of which was un occupied and was eating its way through the oaken ralters ed house T want ihomn i Iip i of the steel trust, who some time a,. w..t it.. wi- t. t lacrn Herriert erl urn t inn a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 August 1901

The Rains Descended al- lt no The Democrat is cool and ivfiva serves news wliilr- is warm and fresh. No family should be without the Ineal news, therefore family should be without tin Democrat. Our jfJob Department Pi Cvrfl c try L,AWI 111 Wedding Cards, Calling Cards, Business Cards and Menues. Sale and Picnic Bills Gotten out on short notice. 5 All Work Guaranteed to beX 0 m J. Ill TT v -- JC X xx v Do not order your K CALENDARS samples Church Newi . Rev. P. H. Linn, of Brook field, assisted In tlie Griffith Burdttt nuptials. Thursday evening. Rev. W. B. Craig, lias closed a protracted effort at the Strother Cliurcb. There were seven addition. Rev. Pr. Dempsey. of St. Louis, spent last week with his friend Rev. Pr. J. Lyon at In dian Creek. Indian Creek, was the first American parish Fr. Dempsey had. it was ten years ago. He came straight from the Old Sod and a finer speci men of a gentleman from the Kmerald Isle would be hard to find. 0 H 0 rt Until you see our and get our prices...

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