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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 September 1901

Monroe City Democrat VOL, 14 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 190I. NO. 23 Moonlight Picuic. One of the gayest crowds that ever came together met in J. M. Proctor's beautiful gro'-e soutli of tttwn OD Friday even ing last. The Young Married Peoples club with invited guests and a number of othere who are going to be married comprised the party. Atter an elegant sup per such dignified games as "If "Drop the handker chief. ' and "Black Man' were indulged in. Then an hour of music in the hospitable home of J. M. Prpct or Jr., then the drive home in the "beautiful moonlight com pleted an evening long to be remembered by those present. Those in attendance were: Messrs. Walter Williamson. Prank Proctor. J. M. Johnson Jr.. J. M. Proctor. Jr.. C. O. Mayes. J. T. S. Hickman, Carl Jaeger, Walter H. Moss, Mark Hawkins, J. C. Wade, Bert Bull, R. S. McClintic. and their better halves Mrs. W. M. Met calf and Mrs. 0. Tucker, of Moberly, and Carrie Moore. Misses Mary Carson, Virgie Bris...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 September 1901

I . J. JiOL'SK, Editor, r . IllNsoN. City Editor, THE DEMOCRAT Another government official. . who. like Neely of Cuban fraud fame, owes his place to Perry s. Heath, has gone wrong, this time out in Arizona. Can it be possible that all the fellows who were helped into place by Perrv are tarred with the same ! stick. V P. I). ThKMS $1,00 Enured i the iot office m Moure elty, its second-clans mutter. Mo. THU lis DA Y. SEPT. 1901. K.&T. Time TRUNK iOCTII. fable Ift.pMMDMf Flyer.. 21-APComnooAiioii UlM p a I1:tt 11 m R:M ra : ') p a 1 lipin LM..LOC.I Krc-lirht AocnnniodiitkNl. 1 Buffalo to Kmixas Cily flyer TRAINS NOHCtl- r -.nr'T Kler. 4:'A a B u-raiaenceT ...cn p n ti.'--I.o ttl Freight 6t- 5 pm HAceointnoaatlon l tin - Katiiui CHy to Buffalo Klr. II pin (Dally 'Act-pt Sunday. others haily. E. B: SPMIK, Afnt. II. & st. .Toe Time Table. WK8T. No 1" For Kansas City, St. J pfa Omen. Kobrsska, Colorado, Pacific Coftst, from st. LooliMil m .. . .. 10.1 um 11 The Burljugton-Nortbern ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 September 1901

Major Sweet's Troubles A letter from Maj. O. S. Sweet of the Twenty-third In fantry, attached to Gen. Mac- Arthur's recently published re port, throws some light on the paradoxical conditions in Jolo and Mindanoa. Ma!. Sweet says: "The question of slavery, al though not recognized by the United States is still a fact and is a constant source of trouble on account of the slaves escap ing Irotn one master to another, or being stolen. Whenever a question relating to slavery comes hefore me I simply make the owners prove that they are slaves beyond doubt, in which case I have nothing to do with them. But in case I can pick a lluw in their title, I give the al leged slaves freedom papers. Thousands of Moros are held slaves who are by right free people." "Make the owners prove that tliey are slaves?" How can that be doue? The thirteenth amendment to the constitution provides that slav ery shall not exist within the United States or any .place sub ject to their jurisdiction. Mow can the -o...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 September 1901

THE DEMOCRAT w. J. ROUSE, Editor. ft, . HlABUfli ..l-y t.uuor. The Best School Shoes. A. BOL'LWARE & Son. Tlie finest l'u.e of Ladies and I Gentlemen Shoe's at A. BovlwarbA Son. 0. P. Hollowly, t Paris, is spending the week with his sister. Mrs. W. C. Caldwell. I t:RMS kPEK VBAN .J It M,... ... ituuu, nuiicsi .tiujit i tutted l tin' P01 office t Monroe city. Mo. ! Rock Prices. A. Bot'LWABE A: Son. Med iiv net i mil -clHsa matter. THURSDAY. SEPT. 1901. President McKinley has ap- 1 nointed. W. II. Hunt, of Mon- C high protective tariff is tor j tana Governor of Porto Rico the favored few at the expense Sidney" guayTe andlamily ol of the masses. Texas, were in the city with In selecting county officers friends. Thursday, the people cannot be too care- j, Hutnprey and wife spejit ful the latter part of the week with 1 " 1 m r l - children in school V"ncy menu.. Keep th every day lble, of the term, ii pos- The Missouri Defamer would in' tin; moat appropriate name ior tne uiooeuemocra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 September 1901

SlNew Dry Goods.! m IS m Jf EW Goods are arriving daily, our stock m l 1 l l is ill being filled with the 'most choice ffi in CSS? goods on the market a visit to us will m JJJ convince you that we have the right thing a jjj Miss Henrietta Scbetz, of Palmyra, has been the guest of 1 relatives in the city. ; F. L. Anderson, of Franklin Junction spent Thursday, In tills City with his better half. Mrs. R. Clifton Smith and children left Monday for the I Saccharine village to visit the homefolkft. The Pari Lumbal I team was, in the city Thursday enroute to' several points west on the Joe road where (fames had been arranged. Mrs. E. 8 Graham, of Han last Tiis Week m the right price, f m X X nibal, spent a portion of ! week and Hi is week in the m Watch this space for the date of our Fall and Winter J 141 with her friends. Mr J. M. Proctor. city and Mrs. nillinery!.vMillinery! R. E. L. Sevier, a former citizen of Monroe but now of Kirksville. arrived Friday to Monday with old remain unti f...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 September 1901

Thing That Never lie The pur, tin; attest, the beautiful. That stirr ;d our heart en youth, The InpttlMi of wordles-t prayer. The ilreanif of love and truth: The loniinir-" after Homeihiiitf ioxt. The iplrit'l yearning ery. The attiring after better hOptM TlMM thing! can never die. The timid hand atretch lorth to aid A brother in ti id need. A kindly word in gret" dark hour That prove a friend indeed) Tin- plea for mire softly breathed. When lllotiee threatens nigh, The sorrow on a contrite heart These thing shall Dover die. Tin- memory of a alMping hand. Tli' preatnre of a ki-s. And all the trifle) sweet and frail. Thai make up love's llrsi bliss If with ,i linn, unchanging faith, And holy trust and high, Those hand- have otMUed, those lips have nm -These things -hall never die The cruel anil the bitter wee d. That wounded as it fell: Tii, chilling want of sympathy We feel, but never tell: The hard reponse that chill the heart. Whose hopes were bo mdinti lilifh, I :i an unfadlnu i"...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 September 1901

I CPpE J A Rat in the coffee bin not a pleasant -thought, yet when coffees are kept open in bulk who knows what different "things" come climb ing and floating in ? f I put up in scaled packages insures cleanliness. Lion Coffee uniform quality, freshness and deliciuus flavor. open Foley Bash' Friday morning the query did, you hear It?, went down the street. By the dawns early light Robert Foley, son of the lamented Rev. J. H. Foley and Miss Nettie, daughter of ,T. Porter Bush, a prominent farm er south of city, drove to Shel by ville and were married by Rev. J. A. Day. Some two weens ago the young couple drove to Paris expecting to return home as one. but there was a slip some where in their calculations for they returned as they left. two. A few years ago Miss Nettie's older sister slipped away from home and was married to Rev. J. P. Green, who at that time was Pastor of the Presbyterian church in this city. May the God of love and plenty always be by their tire side is the wish of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 September 1901

IThe Rains Descended The Democrat is cool ami al ways serves news while it is warm and fresh. No family should be without the local news, therefore family should be without Democrat. Our II lioine Wednesday night. Mr. Hays' relatives who came nit f.om St. Louis, OH a visit, returned home this week. Willi? Chisum was visiting J. P. Shuck, Sunday. James Merry's relatives, of 111. . are visiting him. Mr. Swank and Mrs. Fair Child's were quietly married this week. no the Is Job Deoartmentg Exclls in Wedding Cards, Calling Cards, Business Cards and Menues. Sale and Picnic Bills Gotten out on short notice. All Work Guaranteed to be up'to'date and of latest design 5? Do not order vour CALENDARS Indian Creek Horns. Jim Skees is seriously sick. Miss Zanle Webber, an ac complished musician of Lad donia, is visitiug her aunt. Miss Mollie Green. Forty hour devotion com menced Monday, conducted by , Fr. O'Brien and Ft. O'Connor, and is being well attended Ben F'mnigan attended to business in Par...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 September 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14 HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I2, 190I. NO. 24 President Shot by Anarchist Much Hope of Recovery Given Czolpsz Belnsed To Give MoriMii Ationt Ac- il By Toe Police Officials. Buffalo, N. Y. Sept- 6th. A few minutes after I o'clock this afternoon President McKinley wasjshot twice by a Pole, who Have his iiTime as Leon P. Czol gosj. The wounds were iillect ed by a 3 calibre revolver. The shooting occurred in the Temple of Music at the Pan-American Exposition and had been care fully planned in the most cold blooded manner. The President was shaking hands with those who pressed around him and plaudits of the admiring multi tude were ringing in his ears. CzolgOSZ had his right hand concealed In a sling. He grasped the President's right hand with his left. Sud denly two shots rang out. The supposed crippled right hand of the Pole oontained a revolver and it had been discharged while almost touching the Presi dent The first ball entered McKinley's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 September 1901

A Dream of Life' Springtime. I. You can)'1, dear, id the SprlngttlMi ' with all it balm nod bloomi A minliow arched Un tTii--it.. a star gmil-(l in the gloom; Ami, !, the ilayH. Hie wary way with tlinrns no keun to kill. Hut evermore tiiat whispered word: "Deaf h' art. I love you still! It Yon cami'i dear, in 1 1 1. - Springtime, j and all the rOMI leBHMHl Far tweeter for the thought of yon an III your face tlmy dreamed! Tou came, the Springtime prom lee in beauty to fulfill, With evermore that whispered word. "Dear heart I love yon Mil 111. Oil. v U too of life's Springtime, whore all Love's raem'rles ullnjf, How sad we drift to winter who OQOti llRVO known tin- spring! liut evermore the thought of yon shall all thi- wide world thrill. With that tweet word: love you dear heart, I lovi." yon still!" Atlanta Constitution It ARE YOU READY FOR Your Spring Wall Paper? The Styles and Prices this Spring makes it easy to sell. v White Lead, Mixed Paint And Color Stock Complete. Palmer and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 September 1901

The Grocer who neither sands his s u R a r nor I waters his milk who believes in the best, and is particular to please his Utrons. That's the grocer who recom mends and sells Coffee Coffee that is coffee unrlazed unadulterated. Mrs. J. L Lyon spent Thurs day in the Future Great with The Labor World, the organ i of the International Tin Work- her son-in-law. George William . er's Protective Association and son, of Tulsa. I. T. the mouth piece of the Pitts- Inri License. The farmers are doing con siderable talking about the condition of affair! at Paris They seem to think it is now up against the City Council of that place and the prosecuting attorney. If the City Council has the legal right to collect SI. 000 dramshop license from Paris druggist, it has not the legal right to retain what be longs to the State and County. The County and fanners will kick for its share just at it did with the saloon license of this city If it has no legal right then it is up to the prosecuting attoney ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 September 1901

mmmMMH v Tcr .ii i if ini'iiA il-'iii - --- - .Mvwmw it' a' sy THE DEMOCRAT V. .1 K( iusk, Editor. 1 1 IN HON, city Editor, $I.OO,E VBAH pMt offlcf at Monroe olt il l , Ian" matter. Mo. THURSDAY, SEPT. 12. 1901. A ititf Find. A ban It of peculiar clay lias been discovered on ilie i.trm of K. s. Hampton, 5 miles south east of this City Part of it is almost a pun' white while an other portion of the bunk is a rich pink. It is practically grit ess. When wet it can be mold ed with the same ease as putty. Miss Lucy Hampton has mold ed several heads and figures out of it that are very creditable work, A figure molded from it has about twice the weight it or red mould have if made from yellow clay and has a surface erthan plaster of Paris li issni i otli supposed to be a yo.xi grade Kaoline. which is used extensive ly in the manufacture of porce' tin goods. The Democrat has sent one of the heads and some of the raw clay to St. L uis to learn just what class of materi al it is. On the same ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 September 1901

Tin Best Sell-.,, Shoes. A. BOULWAKE A Son. The rule that governs our Shoe Depart ment is the same general rule that directs all our store methods THE BEST THAT JTONEY CAN BUY. That's the secret of our Shoe success. We handle the same well known brands that are handled bv 25i r "pi 11 THAT THIt Si IS BRAN D LI s ON EVERY Favorite. ?at7aTffni i , , ) 0i O5 the leading storss in all the large towns and cities. LADIES SHOES, THE r TAMOIS III llll MV II I MI'I i i', I I Sag cut Leather and iviho Kid in, 'S turns and extension welt S?) .,.1 1 u SUM'S, ilUMMM iruai:n n "v; the best Shoe mad" lor $3.00. The well known Pinree & Smith Sho. ihe "Compos- ) ite" 83.00 Siiue hi newest 5 shapes and a i Hers, 2) so The Society Girl. Patent I W Kid. I Dull Top, Light Sole. High Military Heel. lixait Reproduction ol this Style Shoe. The ''Gloria" unexcelled Patent Leather made with double extension cable stitch- r, ri V ! 1 t f U O f fill ft S5 Shoe making S3. 50. The Celebrated WalkOver Shoes F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 September 1901

THE DEMOCRAT C. B. Clark has 2 Nr. couclies to trade for wood. lj Thomas Hayden spent (lav with Lakenan friends. Sim- v. .1. R, r . IfcRViS ROUSE, Editor. HLNSON, City Editor. $1.00 VIM VbAW Entered I iii' pout office in Hon rot city, as second-class matter. Mo. THURSDAY, SEPT C. S. Robertshaw Ktliel Dillon spent : Quincy Mrs. J. Art Melson dren have been the friends at Lakenan. and Miss Mrs A. Monday in from St. ! evening. T. Baker, returned Louis, Wednesday I Queer But True. and chil guesti of 1901. W. L. Reid. post office inspect or, spent Sunday in the city With III s family. I i Youth with energy always leads, that is the case with the North Main Street Drug House. M. K. A T. Time I able TRAINB OrTI. S., IVFMiengff Ml or ll:0;t p o n-Accommodtuon IllH am Lootl Frelebt Still am t , A . otnntodfiuoii . . . t'Vipm II Buffalo to KaniM City Flyer .4:4 piM TKAIN NonrH. Ife'Peiiengof Kler 4t58 a ni Sttol'aiiensot ..9tft" p m t52Loeal Freight 6:1ft p m AlAcconnnotlfttloB Mi tiro - Kaup...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 September 1901

The Catholic Picnic Wan Largeat Ever. The Sure, Were you there? Tlie greatest of picnics. Three thousand people. Holy Rosary did herself proud the way things were ar ranged at the Pair Ground. The day was fair, warm and du9ty, but there was so much sport to be had tor the asking that the dust and lie.it were forgotten. Loug before the appointed breed the former should be the close one. Miss Buckman wis slogan of the Democratic party declared the winner. She i and ought to have been in its gaining quite a reputation. 1 1 : A iLl H... idsi campaign- Mwuwreim The trottinir and speech was not only above the average, but far ahead of any thing delivered here since Web ster Davis pyrotechnic dis- pacmg match between the H. M. Clark and H B. Mudd horses was a warm number, one that caused the hot blood to surge through play at the great picnic at the j t,)f coar and the doUarg tQ gQ Park- ! to the stake holder. They lin The program was excellent ! ed up and the starters got them and carried...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 September 1901

iThe Rains Descended! 91 school Enrollment. No. The Democrat is cool nml ways serves news win!? is warm and fresh. No family should be w i i the local news, t herein family should be without Democrat. Our Mi lt mill HO the 55 35 31 28 85 28 36 7 - 31 8 26 High School 71 Colored Sohool - 40 Total Catholic School 367. 8 0 is Job Department! Exclls in 55 jg Wedding Cards, 0 Calling Cards, Business Cards 1$ and Menues.g Sale and Picnic Bills g Gotten out on short notice. K All Work Guaranteed to be up'to'date and of latest design!? Do not order your CALENDARS you see our samples In all departments the Catho lic School has started off well. In all grades there are 83 stud ruts which will soon Vie increas ed. The school also employs a first class anisic tutor. market Report. Cattle W.00tiu.no Hogs 4.006.25 Sheep 12.00 8. 60 Lambs 2.00( 4.00 Spring Chickens 8c Ducks - ."c Geese 4c Hens 7c Eggs 11c Butter 10c Shipments for week ending yesterday at noon, Barger & McClintic - cars ol hogs...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 September 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14 nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Ig, 190I. NO. 25 THE NATION IS IN MOURNING. President McKinley Passed Away at 2(15 O'clock Saturday Morning. Assassin Has Struck Four Times at the President of the United Statcs."Takkson, Lin coin, Garfield and McKinley. Church News. Rev. Edward liedd and wife, of Piatt City. Mo., spent a portion of last week in the city with his sister, Mrs. A. S. .Tayne. Rev. Paul H. Linn, of Brook field, spent a portion of last week and this, in the iity with Pour attempts to assassinate of Music at the Pan-American the President of the United ( exposition. One bullet struck! States have been made.. The i the breat bone, but did not pen first was the attempt on the 1 etrate. The other bullet enter life of President Andrew Jack- j ed the abdomen and penet. ated son. This event occurred on I the stomach, but could not be January 80, 1835, and one Rich-j found The abdominal wound ard Lawrence was the perpetra- j was closed iwit...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 September 1901

a Good Deed 1m it own Rewrd Must you be always spin ning, Ruth?" asked Joseph Sfirges of his wife. They were sitting by a log tire 111 a log house on the edge of i forest Of logs. It was mid-' winter, and the trees were hare of leaves. Ruth smiled. I love to spin." she replied, and the Indian woman, see her watch me! She thinks the wheel is a charm. liUe the bunch of weird things In her wigwam." 1 am afraid she will bring us trouble. ' said .Joseph, sober-j y "1 wish she would go." Never fear. "answered Ruth. 'A good deed is i'.s own re ward. 1 wrote the proverb fifty times when I was a child. I They may stay as long as they like. A woman is a woman, whether -white or red. and a baby well, a baby Is a baby j always, blew its heart!" Joseph glanced at I he tiny brown papoose in the arms oil its squaw mother, and his heart ; softened. It these hated redskins were 1 all squaws." he said. "we would have nothing ti the frontier. A tap at a little window high in the cabin's side startled ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 September 1901

Coated" with stale crrs, glue and other things are not fit to drink. Lion Coffee is pure, unroatcd coffee fresh, strong, well flavored. The ftealiHt nackiurAtn. urm uniform quality and fresh uetm. Al Kelley left Sunday for Clarksville and St. Charles. Miss Lutie Baynum has been visiting relatives at Shelbina. P. Yancy Thieboff, of Han nibal spent Sunday in the city with friends. Mrs. 'Daniel Pulbracht, of Palmyra, has been the guest of her friends, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wagner. Douglas Crawlord has traded his storeroom in Ellisville, 111., to W. T. Bryan, for residence property on East Summer St. Ollie Elliott, of Hannibal, spent Sunday in the city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Elliott and a particular friend. Uncle Jim A. Spalding left Tuesday for Vehita, I. T., where he expects to remain sev eral weeks. Mrs. S. E. Ralls, of Palmyra, came up Saturday evening to spend several days with her daughter Mrs. D. R. Campbell. Miss Julia Spaulding, of Hunnewell has been the de lightful ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 September 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. .1 1 1. F. R rsi-:. Editor. HIXSON, ( ity Kditur. $1.00 M:R YEAR - nttftd ' tl"' 1"'"' 0011 1 Monroe eiljr, HMOMricUH mutter. Mo THURSDAY, SEPT. lit. 1901. Warren. It rained .it last. Weather much cooler. Wheat sowing the order of the day. Corn cutting about over. Grass growing again. Look ou t for frost. Miss Ethel Baldwin is out on avisit and Owen is Improving rapidly. The Misses Colbert, ol Au drain county, are visiting their cousin, Miss Maria White, con sequently several young men are happy. Boyd Morthlands sympathies are with tl"- English in their war with S mill Africa for some tea son, Quite a storm visited our lo cality Saturdaj evening about 8 o'clock blowing down trees, fencing and telephone wires. Our new Constable is having lots of legal experience since Ins appointment, Colay says with a little more like lai Sat urday lie will be ready to re sign. .Mrs L. I). McGlassotl and Mrs. Bcttie McGMasson of our town were called to attend the funeral of their unc...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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