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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 November 1901

t 1 Ivivr in ctnrtr a rirp and comolete line of W Caskets, Robes and Fibers, Can lurnisli on very short notice anything required in this line at moderate prices. Mrs. Nichols will assist in preparing the bodies of women and childreD. The handsome funeral car will be furnished gratis to those who deal with us. We can be found at the corner of Main and Summer sts, Phone 25, or at the Davenport residence property, 1 block east of J. J. Rogers, cor. 1st & Davis sts CEO. M. NICHOLS & CO. Dr. Hornback, Oculist Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. and left If you pump see need a windmill or R. Manning Walkkk. Hon. W. S. McClintic Tuesday for Jefferson City. Miss Dave Ebey is the guest of friends and relatives at Win Chester, 111. The Monroe County Circuit Court will convene at Paris Monday, Dec. 2. Louis , Lear, of Kansas City, spent Sunday iu the city with his brother, Col. R. E. Lear. n See the grand display of . . . Holiday? China f R. S. McClintic was looking alter his legal business in New L...

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. — 28 November 1901

L THE DEMOCRAT VY. .1 ItOtTHK, Kflftor. ;. r". IMXsHJNi CH Kdit-.r. TERMS $I.OOPER Y6AR Knterct II H i i a Mi iMofllotal Monroe city, nnd-rlftM matter. TII.IIMHIM Ml. Mo. IC THURSDAY, NOV 28. 1901. M. K. & T. Time TKAINR SOUTH. Table No 5PUMnMf l l r I; P fl.Accomboilatlon .... IliM fMLocal Pri'lxht fcl a a , Arotnmotatloii it: iipm VHiitliiln to KllllM Cltjf Flyer ... I I pro THAISS . ' Kill ((FMMnger tm 4i5J a U.Miienge( M P " IMLocal Ft'littit ' V MAccomtniHlHtlon Mi his i Kmi-n- t'lty to Buffalo Fiver. . KcMpa Dlly ejeept 8und7. others I i i 1 y K. Bt SPAIIIi. Afnt, Wabanli Tlm Table Moberly East llciunil Arrive Popart No. 10 St Loull Acoon .. ... r..ii(iHic Mo. U K C fcBt I. I'M p n No. 2 Kaatern Expreu guipa So. 6 Mall and Kxpreu .. ;pn- No. I Buffalo Mail via Han.) icflpm No, 4 Atlantic Bspreu ItaOaw No. U Omaba RtprsM MO a m No, M Local Freight 5:20 pn " :n Local Ftelgbl tfcOO a n West Boiiini Arrive Depart, No. 21 Kansas OH Anom MS an ,, II St. L, tit C 2:Pi p m , a Wes...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 November 1901

Winter's Joys. Winter lias its joys for all Meets with ray desires; Hang the holly in the hall Trim the big oak fires! Hosy cheeks, and eyes that glance (Earth's fair morning glories), Swinging sweethearts in the dance Telling tender stories. All the world a-thrill with joy Life its contract filling; Go it while you're young, my boy, And the world is willing! Kx. Pace That Kills. Has Teddy, the president, set the pace that kills? might just ly be asked of the Republican politicians of the North and West. When negro politicians visit their white brethren may they not ask for a seat at the family table and the spare bed. if not why not? Teddy (set the pace, if a negro is socially good enough for Teddy, why isn't he good enough for the politician. Bill Jones or Jim Smith, of the city or county? Now is the time for the ambitious negro to get in his social work, The exam pie was set by the president and Booker Washington. Brother Dickey on Thanksgiving. "I onerstan'," said Brother Dickey...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 November 1901

I j j if ft THE OLD RELIABLE 1901. It takes nerve to buy Christmas goods this year for the general idea prevails, "that times are hard," that there is no money to buy with; and all these things. But in face of all these things when Christmas comes around everybody is on the hunt for some thing for an Xmas present, and if we don't have the goods, we get abused and they go away saying: "they have nothing, we can't get what we want here." So in view of these facts I decided to be ready again with a line of holiday goods so that you can find what you want here at home. One thing as a certainty, if I don't have the goods I can't sell them. Will you come and see? Respectfully, B. O. WOOD. 0 f f 1 i Cooperville. There came very near being a conflagration at C. R. Evans last Wednesday morning. Mr. Evans was boiling some tar and it caught fire. For a while it seemed that everything was on (ire. but fortunately nothing was lost. Misses May Lear. Daisv Hand ley and Messrs. George McLeod. Charl...

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

V Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1901. NO 36 Col. W. J. Bryan will lecture at the Monroe City Opera House, at 2:30 p. m. December 17 under thd auspices of the P. E. 0. Chapter. Get reserved seats early. Admission 50c. Big Ball. The Union Dancing Club gave one its popular hops at the opera house Thursday night. It was 'thoroughly enjoyed by about sixty couple of the lovers of the light fantastic. Miss Mamie Losson and Messrs Ken -drick and Jarman furnished the music. A Pleasant Occasion. Prom 4 p. m. to 10 p. m., Tuesday, Dec. 10, the Woman's Home Missionary Society of the Methodist church will serve refreshments at the home of Mrs. Geo. W. Tooley. Coffee, Sandwiches, Pickles. Chocolate. Cake, etc., in abundance. Ad mission 10 cents. You are 111- ! vited. High School Entertainment. The students of the High School will give an entertain ment at the Opera House Fri day Dec. 13. Admission 25 cents. Receipts are for the Piano Fund. A. F. &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 December 1901

JUST FROM GI OKGIA In Wind and Kain. I. T ! out! and tlna wind and rain- Dash of the sleet at the winckow pane. And ever a flurry Of snow as white As ii soul should be In i lod'l own Higlit. . . . And I would thatxhe won- here tonight! K. What harm if she, In tin' mystery And moM of the darkneai bouid come to me' .should oo no an the bloom From the ill nut and blight- Tbe I'ore'i red, And the rose's white Should come as a Hotter u my breast toni(bty III. Have I only won from Life's storm and stivss Standi - Night and Loneliness? Have i trampled the Wrong An' iind the Right, To see the dreamt f rji.v soul take flight To long for aliulaof Love tonight? IV. if sin' should come. u -tin' storm breaks wide, would tin- mail world "Strike her from my Mile? Love claim:- his own H righl and might. Prom t lie dephts of he 1 1 To a heaven's height! And be only asks for his own tonigh! V. I am wear; of dreams .... to wake and mis The lips Uod made for a lover's ki.-,: To know thattllfe I- fast i...

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

aro likely to bo used for (ilnzing coffer? If you know, you would be sure to demaud Lion Coffee wliicli Is novor contaminated with any (rlaziwrof any Bort, either 6KK9 or rlue just pure, fresh, IUOM, fragrant cotfoe, Tlie muled pocknuH inmree unl- lorm quality anil irwimmw. Quiet Hour Thoufhts. Uyltev J. W. Neyumrt. Duty first and rest aDtl pleas ure afterward. Try to iive your it will please God. life so that God expects to be faithful. Selfishness is of slavery. every Christian the worse kind Unity of spirit is much to be prefered to unity of name. A cowardly dog always does a great deal of barking. The rainbow is the brightest when the clouds are the black est. ' All that God asks of us is that we do our best every day. A Christian family is a most powerful influence for God. Don't pass one duty to get to - another. Take them as theo come Some people are better when they are sick than when they , are well. You never know how poor people are till you try to bor row money. Why He O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 December 1901

r tye have in stock a nice and complete line of Caskets, Robes and Fibers. Ctttl furnish on verv short nni, inuihUu .. : i . uj iiniiK icuuncu in this line at moderate prices. Mrs. Nichols will assist in preparing the bodies of women and children The Mr. and Mts. U. K. Camnbell took ttieir Thanksgiving dinner with mother Jones at Oak 8 j Dale. $j John Kendrick will sell sev ftieral head of horse... cattl mi HI - . -, handsome funeral car will be furnished gratis to' those 1 1 Sl'Pep' '' at his farm wilt) uca will Us. pr.in ih ihhw h i i,.. ...... i vs I iitiss.uu uexi 1 uesila v. . .. - uv 'iil. l (ll ,v rr I aim hummer sts, Phone 25, or at the Davenport residence property, 1 block east of J. J. Rogers, cor. 1st & Davis sts CEO. M. NICHOLS & CO Good cheap sewing machines still on hand as well as Heat inn Stoves. R Manning Walkisk. THE nCMAmATl t e o . . w cker and family, of i iiu iumvwtrti ! " o. bwh wu a ouuoen tn.e Bluff City, arrived Tours. m . visitor in Palmyra Monday....

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

x w mm mm mm mmi ms mm mix Br Pillin Tumililn nurl IHTnn nnl ft I lie, nunc m iviuucyi i q m ALL SAVED. , A 'f a thdcc mi n crmviniuv V a thdcc mi n crnwniuv . i i 1 1 ii i i i hi ii i&.iiniivii ff EFFECTED BY BUYING HERE AND NOW. Everyone is racking his brain to think what he Q will buy for the father or mother, for husband or wife, (u N brother or sister or some other person's brother or sis' Tg 1 ter, or for the children f JM Our stock of fancy china is the best in the city. Yj ff Our stock of queensware is the best in town, ft Our lamps are new and up-to-date. fl? N We have an immense stock of vases. fi We have the best stock of fancy groceries, f wl Our stock of candies, nuts and oranges are fresh. 0 flr We have bargains in DRY GOODS. ff A: We will save you money on shoes. jr n We can not mention everything we have but we f) can supply your wants in dry goods, shoes, gents fur 'f Gj nishings, china, glassware, queensware and groceries, as (ft ft well as toys, dolls and bric...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 December 1901

Tlili DEMOCRAT h'sk, Kdttor. III.S N. ity Editor. TliHMS $I.OO PER YBAR icre'l hi lh pOt niriK Ht Monroe City, Mo. m ., . onrtH mutter. TELEPHONE NO. U- THURSDAY, DEO. ", 1001. W K. & T. Time TRAIN" SOOTH. Rc IMWMtinf Klycr gl-Accommoatuon J.'.l--Local Freight s.i APcnmroodMtion II Buffalo t" Kriishs City I Iyer TRAINS KORrH- 6PMMnBf Kl r jt'Paueiisol tvj-l.i" nl Freight ... M Aocoiutiiodfttlot Kan-.i- City i" Buffalo Fiver (Dally ejoept i Tubli- ,1l:o;: . 11:3' , 1:1 -l 9:". ...4:41 h rn a m 1 m . 4:' ..2" . 6:' H IT. P a . p m undar. others Iwliy. E. H: 8PAIIR. K'!it. WabaaliTitne Table loberly Mo gut Bound Arrive Depart, No. 10 St. I.oulx Accom fi.no am Ha 13 K A. St, L l:r" P No. 2 Kaitern Kxpreti '.:'" l"" No. fi Mall and Kxi.n sk IC80 pm No, Buffalo Mall via Han.) u: ,(iim No. 4 Atlantic Kxpress ljBOaB No. 14 Omaha Bxpreti ... .'.oam r Ho. 64 Local Krelibt s:")p To Local Ptelgnt jkw ir Waft Bound Arrive Depart. No. 2 Kansas I'ltv Accom IliU a m , U St. I.. A K. C 2:4" j. m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 December 1901

f f 1 f "THE OLD RELIABLE" 1901. It takes nerve to buy Christmas goods this year for the general idea prevails, "that times are hard," that there is no money to buy with; and all these things. But in face of all these things when Christmas comes around everybody is on the hunt for some thing for an Xmas present, and if we don't have the goods, we get abused and they go away saying: "they have nothing, we can't get what we want here." So in view of these facts I decided to be ready again with a line of holiday goods so that you can find what you want here at home. One thing as a certainty, if I don't have the goods I can't sell them. Will you come and see? Respectfully, B. O. WOOD. I? J i What Hardin said About it. The Globe Democrat has been lately very much exercised about the sale of the United States bonds belonging to the School and Seminary funds in 1875, under the administration j of Governor Charles H. Hardin. The bonds were sold by j direction of the State Board of j Educati...

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

I Indian Creek. Chicken DOX is still with us The ball given at this place Thursday night was well at tended and eujnytd by all. We are sorry to learn that Miss Viola Spalding ot this place i still very low.. Will Spalding and family, of Swill key spent Saturday and Sunday night in Stoutsville. Mrs. I)r Miies is stillonthe ick list The festival divert at Stouts ville last Wednesday night for the benefit of the Catholic Church which is being built at that place, was a grand success both socially and financially. Tin ladies servecia supper for the hail and a Thanksgiving dinner the lollowingday. The net proceeds ot all was about one hundred dol lars. The fanners hailed with de light tne shower which fell ! here Sunday afternoon as it; made siiuclting corn possible for the next few days. A number of Swinkey's young people attended the Thanksgiv I ing dance and supper at Mr. Bono's Friday night and report a tine lime. Mi Bettte Buck-man is very ill of typhoid fever at the home of her bro...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 December 1901

CHRISTMAS NUMBER. MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT Vol. 14. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, DECEMBER 12, 1901. No. 37.

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

M i , , i fil ilk u v l i . XX H H H H H Kris Krinkle St. Nichols and Santa Claus 0 A Li Are now busy laying i their z t .. .n-..-.-r'-.-'-.n.r?rT1rt. tnnpiDM CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES AT J.J.FITZPATRICK'S HE NORTH MAIN ST. DRUGGIST. ; W XX X 8 u i It is His Custom To take the three afore named gentlemen into his confidence and for the coming Holiday Goods has told them, "I have some most advantageous bargains and you will get the benefit of them. XX H H H H H H H 3 0k H GuUUUUUUUULt - AVE learned that the place to fill their packs for the good boys and girls is where the suitable, the serviceable, the enjoyable and the ornamental have been purchased in large quantities and are being sold cheap. That is the reason why St. Nic, Kris and Santa are ruining a race to see who will reach Fitzpatrick's first with his empty baskets to load. THIS STORE IS THEIRS AND THEY WILL FIND All kinds of combination game boards. The latest and mosl c'l! : ;:i:nes that have been invented for boys and girls sin...

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

Santa ClausHere Again TOYS AND DOLLS OF ALL KINDS. BOOK, BIBLES, NOTIONS, Fancy Glassware and Dishes, Candies and Nuts by the barrel. See Our S-oods. Get Our Prices. irMjLl TT3 .ITBajDll MAMMA, LISTEN. VARIETY STORE Keep the Bars L'p. (From PhlladelphlaNorth-Amerloan, ) The Chinese minister calmly asks us to '"let the b.irs down a short time," to let the Geary act expire and see what would happen. That, lie says, is a fair propostion, and lie is con vinced that there would be no great rush of Mongolians to America, although 5,000 might come here in the first few months. There is no need to try any experiments. We can judge the future from the past, and we do not want to repeat the experience which preceeded the enactment of the exclusion laws. What would happen if the bars were let down is easi ly guessed. It is easier to keep them up than to put them up against a yel low flood in full rush. The pitty of it, the shame of it We are fast fol lowing in the foot steps of Eng land. We de...

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

Tonsorial Parlors wean d irayne and Assistants H are first-class hair dressers and shavers. X Si Hi 5 Hi . I InHer New Mori rnp Hnfpl H a H BATH ROOMS. PORCELAIN TUBS, HOT & COLD WATER. Tommy O'Dowd's - Christmas. HE shadows of mas eve were Christ- j falling ovi" the city as George Thomas a New York city mechanic, ! stepped down on the sidewalk! in Parle place on his wiiy heme i ward His earning capacity! was '18 per week, but because of the prevailing hard times his Pane His body shivered with income bad been reduced to $12. the co!d- but his soul was This sum, with some little ' "flame with desire, which was change, comprised his cash expreeeea in nis hungry eyes capital. As he buttoned his cheeks and eyes dancing with delight, looking at the marve i lous Christmas tree. On Park row, near the corner of Chambers street, there was a toy store of most wonderful variety. As Thomas came uown me street, his mind in tent on his own misery, his gaze fell upon one of the most pa thetic...

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

SEEEEEEEES Dec 17 and 18. Tuesday & Wednesday, Dec 17 and 18 SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SALE OF- HANDKERCHIEFS! An Article Always Acceptable Whether it be for Lady or Gentleman, a Youth or a Miss, Even Children Always Appreciate Handkerchiefs. A 4, 1" f..-. c place on sale many different styles, jt rlVC VeniS SWISS EMBROIDERED handker. CHIEFS, LACE TRIMMED EMBROIDERED. 14 and 1-2 inch hems in UNLAUNDRIED PURE IRISH LINEN, well worth double the price asked in this sale. A i. TH Conc ou ma ,a'te yur chice of styles of ixX 1 Cll VuClllS same description as the 5c lint and many other styles, but all of finer quality, in fact the kind you will pay fifteen cents or possibly more for at other places. A a T"'Tir-i4..r There is an exquisite line of lace edge Honiton effert, pure linen handkerchiefs. Any thing you x X VV Clll v riVv VCHIS want in men's ladies' or children's plain hemstitched, Ladies' scalloped embroidered handker chiefs. In fact many more styles than we can enumerate Ai FTfl-frir ...

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

f I MM t Williamson & Bull's . . . f BIC STORE VST CHRISTMAS GOODS Where Santa Claus has an Immense stock of China, Lamps, Que ens ware, Toys, Books, Dolls. Candy Nuts and Oranges At the Lowest Prices in town. k i Hi 1 W iamson & Bull Monroe City, Missouri. ALEXANDER MONROE DOOKERY. GOVEKNOIl OF MISSOURI. Saturday the Board of Direc tors of the Farmers & Merchants Bank declared a semi annual dividend of 4 per cent and add ed $1,000 to their surplus. That is a pood record. English As She is Taught. (Philadelphia North Ameri can.) School Children's Answers, Collected by Caroline Le Row: "Alias, a good man in the Bible." "Ammonia, the food of the gods." "Auriferous, pertaining to an orifice." "Emolument, a headstone to a grave." "Eucharist, one who plays euchre." "Ipecac, a man who likes a good dinner." "The men employed by a ,'as company go round and specu late the meter." "Republican, a sinner men tioned in the Bible." "There are a good many don keys in theological garden...

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

f ! ! j f t It's No loke! When we say we are offering the best bargains to be had in this county. We value vour patronage and we are offer ing every inducement to secure it. You Will Do Well. to examine our goods and prices before purchasing a single article in our line. We are especially well prepared to supply the Holiday Trade with candies and nuts, oys ters, oranges, rasins, olives, lem Otis, honey, cranberries, bananas, mince meat, celery, dates, fruit cakes, pickles, rigs, fancy crack ers, etc. Respectfully. O. It, RHODES. t i f i t i i East Marion Items. We had quite a little snow in this community this week which was a benefit to the wheal. Wheat is looking fine consid ering the drouth. Quite a good deal of sickness mostly bad colds. Miss Mary Poree has been on i the sick list the past week but is better at this writing. L. H. Sharp made a flying trip to Emden Thursday. Joe! Carlisle made a business trip to Hannibal the past week. Protracted meeting is still trainer nn a f- ...

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

Dear santay. I want a big doll. I have a sister she is G years old. I want you to bring her a dog with a koloar and a rubar and when jou press the rubar it will jump. I want a toy hous. I want a toy hous on a ship. Gccd bye santa close Monroe City Annie Belle Ely. Indian Creeks Mo Nov 26 1901 Dear Santa Clause lama little Girl 8 years old I want Some candy and nuts and and atles and a oraget I have a little brother (5 months old Monroe City Mo Dec. 7. 1901 Dear Santa Claus i throught I would write a few line. I want a jointed doll with a baby dress on it and hood and socks and a sack on it. I would like to have a nice book and some candy and nul. I am eight years old anil I never wrote to you what I w,.nt. Your little Piieiid Eemma D Davis. Shiel, Mo., Dec, 6. 1901. Dear Santa. clause. As it is near Christ- ...... , mas i win write and tell you and has for teeth he like candy what T t 1 I want a doll Some candvand I have a little Sister.") years old to day do not tor t'et them Good ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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