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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 November 1901

) Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14. MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1901. NO 33 Plants No Water Sotfie towns invest thousands of dollars in water plants and then have no water, others are shy on a plant and have Water. For instance, Mexico has what is called a large reservoir ie pond, that it usually gets its supply from, but its bottom is on top and farmers over there buy and haul water from one to seven miles. Palmyra has a plant and de pended on North River. In August the river quit flowing and ditches were cut from one stagnant water hole to another. Macon City has a nice plant, but in August it had no water and if Col. Blees had not come to the rescue where would the city have been? Paris has bonded herself for a water plant and expects to get its water from Salt River. Last August the river lay in long yellow stagnat water holes and the M. K. and T. R R. like the Burlington and Palmyra, cut trenches from hole to hole for its water. What kind of water will Paris have...

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. — 14 November 1901

win n tlieOld Man Hot Religion. Whi'iitln- n' limn (TOt religion things OFtel' Changed uroun , Tin? boute Will topsy-turvy, tlioworl" m Upside clown: Wi1 didn't know wimt hit us; 'peitnd like we'd nlttrted wrong; Ijlfo hM to ba iiiH.de over to his halle- luia song! Twui in (lie winter season: He lit in thin away: Ho pulled tiie klver on us Ions 'for the break o' day: "stir roun'!'' ntlrroanl" he'd holler all 1 1 1 an' down the stairs -"Thin life i- too short fer sliepin': rite u fer fi.ui'ly prayer!" We crawled out from that klver with tn 11 i nfill -iLilis an' groans. The teeth (it UN ii ehatterin' like mio ttrela beatln1 bones! An' i ranges aroun' the fltap 1 ace a mighty mournful ring He'd holler: Hymn Two Hundred: Let ever'bodi sing!" An you never heerd lieh singln lenoe life an1 time begun: Tiie angels oouldn't stand It, an topped their ar an' run! Per the music, cointn' zig-zny from them en -inin' ranks. Wui worse than -term-winds bowlln'j ron n .1 oril in s stiiruiy hanks. He...

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. — 14 November 1901

) r i who neither sands his sugar nor I waters his millc- who believes in the best, and is particular to phase his patrons. That's the grocer who recom mends and sells lion Coffee Coffee that is coffee unglazed unadulterated. A Letter From Clitna. Huchow. China, Sept. 23rd 1901. Dear Father: Yours of Aug. 7th at hand receive members too rapidly in this country. But of course we are glad to have the people en roll themselves as inquirers as that gives us a chance to in struct them. We are really ex pecting rapid and extended progress in the work in the near future. The people are certainly being won to better thoughts of us. Jnst now we are much interested in begin ning some school work in con nection with one ot the wealthi est men of this citv. He has had a school started for some ! months for the teaching ot Kng : lish. He now asks us to help ; him in the management ot it. some days ago. We were j US 1 1 Of (course all the expense is coining down trotn the moun tain when it came. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 November 1901

THE DEMOCRAT I V. J. ROUSE, Editor. R, P. mix son, city Editor. renins $I,OOper vfcAK Snteml at the post office at Monrot City, u arrond-clUR matter. Mo. THURSDAY, NOV, II. 1901. are preparing to improve the j interior of their church. They ! will put in a new pulpit, re upholster the pulpit furniture, build an organ loft and put in new choir chairs. Qkace Baptist. The protracted meeting con ducted by Rev. J. II. Ki.fTe near Bhannondale. Mo., resulted in II accession to the church. Regular services by the Pas tor Sunday. Mrs () Barry Parks has pre Hented the cburcti with a hand Home communion set. i co.m Church Slews. Rev. .1 II. Terrlll is engajfei in a protracted meeting at Mi. Zion Church In Shelby county Rev. A II. Book is conduct 1 CHRISTIAN. Ing revival services at Ely. The . '. . M. metal Mrs. Rev, Dr, t. IV, Reid is en if a Carson's last Wednesday alter ed in a Very interesting pro lioyn at 'rilO o'clock. Some tracted meeting with the Ebe thing over twenty of the mem neser c...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 November 1901

3 i i m m jTo See us before you purchase your fall and winter footwear. We have the latest styles, quality, and lowest prices, lliindle Factory. Friday we took a tramp down to the Monroe Handle Factory Go's pi, ice of business and there saw a busy scene. All hands at the various machines were busily attending to their work and the atmosphere was is full of fine dusi as that in a flouring mill. We there saw ami was made to feel the true difference be tween an Infant Industry with mil lions behind it an. I pr rt ed with . .r by the arm ol .1 great government and a true imam im ustrv mat owes its I I A full line of "UEISECKE" boots. We can save you money on felt boots, over shoes, rubbers, etc. 2 7, 1 V 1 W W V TP w $ Ifc i f f ,: " l i Home Seekers Excursion. The M. K. and T. will sell Home Seekers tickets on the h'rst and third Tuesdays of each month until further notice at one fare plus 2.00 for round trip to all points in Mo., Kan.. Oklahoma and Texas where one way rate is 7.00or m...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 November 1901

THrf DEMOCRAT w . .1. rtOUSR, Bdttor. H. r . H1XSOM, City Bdttor. $1.00 PER VBAB KBWnd l It'fc mst offlc at Monroe City, K. M iond -i lahN matti r. Mo. THURSDAY, Nov l I. 1901. i k. .v t. Time TBAIITI mcTH. No r.-l'HVM ngiT Flyer M.Actmnnaatlon J-,).-Lih1 KnlKlil v i Acromtnoriaflon v Buffalo i Kanaal CHJT Flyer ti.aIN" NohrH. t6taMnKttF KWar, M..PasaellgO JW-l.i '"I Knight ... MAC ominn latlon Kaiiu 1 ii) l" BuBaio rival u. . mvI'I -'.'.I'lay. Otn Table UHM p a I ;IH h m : B;1Q a m ft I p rr lip in :V a n 2:67 p a t ". r m Vl ato ; . ii pm ftallj K. H: IP A II R, Alfftiit j ll. v st. Joe Time Table. IT. No 1". Pol Kit":i- City, St Jonepli I Imalta Ketiraaka, i olorado. Pacific oait, Irom 81 l.ul and Hannibal a m 11 'l 'h b Burlington -Northern Pacific Kxprcft' '"r Northwest Nebraska Muck i i -. Wyoming, Montana Waxhthxl ill, Putfdl ounil. Port land, f i St. Lonla .... ..lHnpa r,.". Pur Kun-..-Oft)", i Joseph. K;n .... unit ureal lr m GhtcaBo ami andUiilney .. t i.. ,ii pa ri r to M...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 November 1901

AUDITOR ALLEN'S STATEMENT OF FUND RECEIPTS AND DISB URSEM ENNS hoi mm WAR PERIOD. No Evidence of Dshoncsty in any of the three Periods, but there is Proof of Some Imperfect Bookkeeping under Republican Administration. knowledge the right of another to force" a choice on us. Prom The Florida Times Union. Jefferson City, Nov. 0. Gov ernor Dockery made public to day the report and tabulated statement of State Auditor Al len, made in response to the Governor's request for a com plete exhibit of the receipts and disbursements of the State revenue, interest and sinking funds. The report shows that from 1H65 to the present there is no evidence of dishonesty. Between 1865 and 187t there was in some respects imperfect bookkeeping, which caused ina bility to make a tinal and ex haustive exhibit. Between 1H71 and 1873 there were bookkeeping irregularities which left certain amounts not strictly accounted for in the balances, though there is noth ing to indicate loss to the state. During the pe...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 November 1901

Coopervllte. Ivlrs. Mollie Bower and son Charley visited at the home of B. P. Hand'ey Sunday Henry Mrower and wife, of near Warren, visited C E. Col vprt ;iiid wife at ttie home of nanded in his resignation to I the never sweats and moved to Hannibal. Mr Hooper, of Hatch will pound iron for our farmers. C. W. Brackley is building a house for some gentleman near Mrs. Lon Colvert Saturday and Center Sunday Mrs. Joe Sandifer is visiting her daughter. Mrs Frank Pot tertield, of Ely. Ben Uur. The coming production of j Klaw & Erlanger's '"Ben Hur" at the Olympic Theatre. St. Louis, Monday evening Nov ember 18th. with its opulent wealth of scenic display, its marvelous chariot race and its more than :J50 people on the A til. it ,1, i i nf w.i h! 14 he . , u ,: I stage calls to mind some of ing shipped from H untington j this fall. Our merchants seems ; to be doing a good business ! tllu f:irl of rjGen. D. H. Walker and family spent Monday of last week and despite the shortage of m"y c...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 November 1901

7 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14. MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1901. NO. 34 w J k Church News. Rev. J. H. Riffe is conducting a protracted meeting with the Black Creek church in Shelhy County. Mrs. L W. Reid delivered an address subject "Junior Work" at the Third church in St. Louis Tuesday. The occasion being a city rally of the Juniors. Rev. B. F. Hixson spent the latter part of la3t week with friends at Philadelphia. He was called there to officiate at the funeral of Hiram Yaeter Rev. Calloway, of La Grange, filled appointments at Warren Sunday. The Second Baptist colored Church was to have baptised ten members into its fold Sun day afternoou but could not find a pond iwith water enough in it for the purpose. The drouth is a little trying on the Baptist. The protracted meeting con ducted by Rev. Carlleton of St. Louis, at Bethlehem church closed Sunday night. Eight were baptized Sunday and one awaits baptism. Thanksgivnc Service. At M. E. Church at 11:00 a.m. Song...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 November 1901

A Protest. Where arcthe names, the pretty name. The namts we used to know, The sweetly simple, girlish namet We knew go long ago? There atv no Marys any more, In this enlightened age', The old DMM'i never used today "Marie" is all the rage. The Kitties are all "aKthyrlnes" In toil late age and day: There are DO .Mamies any inore, For ".lavme"is the way The Fannie?, are all "Fanys" nw: The Itirll we tiled totknow, Named Alice haveiall changed their n arnes sin Alys" is the go. The IVarls have gone to join the rest, For "Fyrle" is up to date: The Helens spell it "Halya" nbw, For it is very late: The Rdltlli are all "Kdyths" now, Anr much as mts may rue. Tin- gii l- named Llllle have gone They h1 it "Lyly" too. O, (iyi ls. pray i 1 1 rnewhy you d jo This ) lly, sylly thing: VI we ihould ynto ilayly lyfe Thyi kynd of ipellyng bryfng, Confutton would be ryle indeed-- We'd lose our K's and I'g, Vn Icaepying track of tpellylog whych Ys very much too Y't -Bismarck I X. D. ) Tribune. Nicknam...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 November 1901

mil "Coated" with stale eggs, glue and other things are not fit to drink. Lion Coffee r is pure, uncoatcd coffee fresh, strong, well flavored. inrn uniform Quality and fnwhmwM. "We." What "we" means. Some one has explained the signific ance of the editorial "we." It may have a variety of meaning. For fxampie When you read "We expect our wife home to day," "we" refers to the edi tor; "We are a little late with our work." includes the whole office force, even the devil and the towel; in "We are having a boom" the town is meant; "We I received over 1.000.000 emi i grants last year." embraces the nation; but, "We have hog cholera in our midst." means that the man who takes our paper and does not pay for it is ill. The Races in The $0Uth. Good Heading for Everybody (From The New Orleans Picayune.) In addition to its special ar- Maintaining this status of tides by famous men and worn- white superiority, the two races en and its stories by the most live together in these southern popular l...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 November 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. .1. KOUSK, Editor. R. r HIXSON, City Editor. renMt $1.00 PER VEAK Mitered at tho pmt office at Monroe City, a second-clui matter. Mo, THURSDAY. NOV. 21. 1901. Missouri has been damaged millions of dollars by the Globe Democrat lies. The great majority of our Re publican friends believe in ne gro equality on election clay only. We Are Late. Yes. but the fault is not ours. On the 9th inst we bought some new t3'pe and other material in St. Louip to be delivered at once. Expecting this to arrive on time we went to work on our Christmas number and threw some type we were using in the "hell box." Then the St. Louis Company had to have the type we had ordered made in Chicago and it arrived here so late that it caused the DEMOCRAT to be several hours late. We re gret being late but this time it was unavoidable f I ! f l A .lust now America is not m peed of any more laws that will ! benefit the few at the expense of the many. The people must have pro tection from the trusts. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 November 1901

f j ! i f 1 f f j THANKSGIVING SALE OF Pure White Table Linen and Haviland China Satin damask in cream and pure white, 2 yards wide with 3-4 napkins to match. Also 66 inch width, in bleached and unbleached, extra heavy qualities. Beautiful new designs in plain centers and rich open borders. Some exceptionally good values, especi ally for the Thanksgiving sale. We have just received an elegant line of Haviland and other French Chinas. The Ransom and Star patterns in open stock. Salid bowls, bread and butter, mayonaise boats, three piece tea sets, fancy olive dishes, cups and saucers, china cuspidors, cut glass salts and pepperers with sterling silver tops and many other novelties and useful articles. JNO. J. ROGERS. mas Letters. The Santa Claus letters ought to be written by the chil dren as soon as possible and sent to the Democrat office. Last year a good number of the childrens letters arrived too late to be published. We hope that will not be the case this year. Write your letter...

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. — 21 November 1901

THE DEMOCRAT yv. .1. ttOUSE, Editor. II, . inXHON, City Kditor. TERMS $I.OOPE,( YI-.AK En'tr.! mihp i ..m iiffl'-e at Monroe :lty, Mo. ak n.-rond-olaiis matter. THURSDAY, NOV 21. 1901. M.K.&T. Time Table 1 KAI.SH SOUTH. No lfi-Passengcr Flyer 11:03 p m sVAOoummpdatlon lllM am M..Loe1 Freldht 1:18 a in ki Acconmodauoo KASpa Bulliilo to Kiowa City Flyer , p!ni TI'.AINS NOKrB. A"FMtQr Fiver 4:r.5 a a t3PafxenKU 51 i m tA2-Local FrelKbt fi:'r pm MAerommodatlon kit Mi x KaiiMi- ' 1 1 v In KiilTttlo Fiver. .. M:4S pm Dully accept Sunday. Others l)ally. E. B: BPA11K, AK'nt. H . & St. Joe Time Table. W KHT. No ISPof KuntHM City. St. Joseph Oinalia Kauraaka, Colorado, radoeCoMt, (nun Hi. Loulsand llannllial 1(1:1 n m it The BurUiiRton'Morlbcra Pacific Kxpresi for .Northwest Hfbraska Murk llilll, Wyoming, Montana Washington, PUMt Bound, Port nd, from St. Louis l:Wpm .V For Kunsrtv City, Mt Joseph, Kim M anil we st from Chicago ami ami Quincy I ' aK 3 Local Passenger lo Missouri River ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 November 1901

Anti-loxine for 'diphtheria kill ed the children in St. Louis. Vaccination is killing the chil dren in Camden and Atlantic City, N. J., the same way. with lockjaw It is said that eggs will be eggs in January and have the flavor of siQver. Armour and Swift & Co. ;are filling their big refrigerator houses with them and then will attempt to squeeze the market. Bingharaipton, N. Y., has an antimartimonial Club. Among its laws is tins queer one; "For allowing a young roan to kiss you, one mark towards expul sion, 200 marks being neces sary for expulsion." Bet the She had $250 insurance on stock I Hon. S. North, ex Mayor of and Mr. Smith 400 on the build j this city, but now of near Perry, ing which in only slightly Mo., was in the city with old damaged. j time friends Friday and lie Pur the safety of valuable I seemed to be as pleased and property on each side of it. it is happy as a school boy on a hoped the old building will not be repaired but that a good sub holiday and with his ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 November 1901

Joanna News. There is a protracted meet ing going on at Pleasant Grove church. Services are being conducted by Rev. Benette of Canton. There was a debate at St. Paul School house Friday night. Perry Johnson delivered a load of hogs to Monroe City buyers last Thursday. John P. Shuck delivered a load of lambs at Monroe City last Monday. Services were conducted by Rev. Rhiney at Oakland church last Sunday on account of their Pastor Rev. Trower being en gaged In another meeting. Perry .Johnson is digging a cellar under his house, now he is fixing up for cold weather. There was a party at Mr. Tillers Wednesday night. All reported a good time. Frank Little and Bessie Ut terback went to Centre Sun day afternoon and were quietly married and returned Sunday night. Mr. Brisco, of near O-wood, was in this vicinity on business Saturday. Isaac Norman and family, of near Green Lawn, took dinner with Will Little Sunday. Huntington. Miss Al lie Martin, who had the misfortune to fall and break her a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 November 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14. MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1901. NO 35 School fund Amendment. The Globe-Democrat that the proposed Constitution al amendment authorizing an extension of the system ot school certificates is submitted to remedy the ' unconstitution al" taint involved in their issue. The Globe knows that this statement is untrue. The Constitutional amend ment is submitted solely for the reason that there is a provision in the existing Constitution which requires that there be set apart annually for the sink ing fund to redeem bonds "not less than $250,000." The school certificates are a part of the public debt. There fore, when the bonds shall have been fully paid, which will be during the coining year, this Constitutional provision, unless amended, will apply to the school certificates and require at least $250,000 of them to be paid every year. There are just two ways of dealing with this question un der the Constitution, and cnly two: First The adop...

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. — 28 November 1901

Freedom'!; Thanksgiving Day. Lai Colubill'l thankful anthem i in.- to-day from sea to sea, For 'n ath the; iky in beauty waves the banner of the free: Hapti.ed in blood at Lexington, the nation Mill it blest; It droopa not to a foreign foe. it owns no kind's ln-hest: Itn Htarn reflect new glory underneath the autumn sky. It wedded tripe of white and red wide to breexet Hyi No mine the ei iinnon river rolli be tween the lllue and Gray. Atid all the people celebrst the land's Thanksgiving day, The harvest song still lingers where the golden waters run rhrOUgtl fr Dakota's acres to Uie !, of endless sun, The ei'i" U:em with labor fur the workman's eager hand, Our granaries groan witn riches I store, no hunj.er in the land: The cotter's little family on the rug. ged mountain side Takes up the ong f plenty till it "I just airing the front bed room, ma." "Oh, 1 didn't know but you was stopping to look at that new dress again. No time to stop now. with all this Thanks giving work t' do. La...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 November 1901

In a Glass of Water. Put a handful of glased cvffec in a glass of water, wash off the coating, look at it; smell it! Is it fit to drink? Give LION COFFEE the same test. It leaves the water ' bright and clear, because it'sj'w I pure coffee. Thfiftflftled pQcknse iBMfM uniform (luulity und freHUntwn. 1 I Providence and 'Possum. "Hit do look lak Providence is on de side er we race," said the old colored citizen. "Br'er Williams clumb a tree tcr git three 'possums, w'en a storm come up. en lightnin' strick de tree, en w'en Br'er Williams landed de 'possums wuz baked brown, en all he had ter do wuz ter blow de ho'n fer de preach er ter come en say grace!" Santa Clans Letters. They're writing the SantaClaus letters The rosy-eheoked girls and boys; They're penning bright pages The tots of all ages, For tons of trinkets and toys! They're writing the Santa Claus letters Ere the reindeer shall gallop above; And isn't it funny V - They don't inelose money They just give him millions in love! -...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 November 1901

THE DEMOCRAT V. J. ROUSE, Kditor. R, r HIXHON, City Editor. 11: RMS $I.OOPE Miterert kttbt pol office at Monroe City, Mo. k mm f nil-(:las matter. TELEPHONE NO. 14. THURSDAY, Nov. 28. KJOl. How He Gol Out of It. "I finds you," said Brother Dicky, as he filtered the house of the lay member, at the dinner hour,- ' say. I finds you set tin" down belo' one er de biggest roast turkeys 1 ever seen, en I wants ter ax you, plain en sim- pie, did you, or did you not, it Honest.' speak up come b still!" BrVi member, life dat ance!" Dickey." said the lay "dis is one time In my i am too full fer utter Atlanta Constitution. Clwrili News. Rev. .1 E. Travis filled ap pointments at Florida, Sunday. Rev. P. ;. appointment tist Church ogers, who tilled it the First Bap. i few Sundays attended from here. Rev. Hoi liday is an impressive speaker, forceful and earnest and a true and tried christian gentleman. Shelby County Herald. Ely Methodist. The protracted meeting con ducted by Rev. A B. Book met Wit...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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