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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 December 1901

r Victor. Mo. Dec" 8 1901. Dear santa Claus Please bring me a story book, bring some oranges some candy, a sled and ball. You May bring me a Fifth read er. I Will be ready for it by the first of January. Miss Daisy Wills is my teacher. I am ten years old. As ever your friend J. Adam Shearman. Monroe City. Mo. Dec! , 1901. Dear old Santa taws, Please bring me a little hair brush, a horn and a little red chair like Lis sie's so we won't fuss. Just put them on my Christmas Tree. Your little boy, Glenn Bristow. .' years old. Holliday, Mo. Dec. 9, 1901 Mr. Santa Claws Dear Sir: I thought I would write to you I am in school my teachers name is Miss Mae Auston well I will tell you what 1 want will you please bring me Some candy and a gold ring and a Bracelet if you please and don't forget the Orphauts who have no mother and father and do uot forget my brothers and sisters and my friends well I have nothing more to tell I will close By By Yours truly Jannie Swetnam Indian Creek Mo Nov 20 19...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 December 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSK, Editor. K. f, HIXSON, City Editor. Church News. I Rev. E. S. Graham, of Han jnibal. was It the city the latter ;part of last week with friends. Rev. J. E. Travis, or Rensse laer, filled appointments at the .Presbyterian church Sunday. ered t the potomcet Monroe nty, Mo. , His wife accompanied him to TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR an cecond-cUM matter. TEUiPHONl": NO. It THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1901. ! the city for a visit with f riends. ; Rev. A. B. Book will lirln a , protracted meeting at Sharps j burg tonight. All have a cor dial invitation to attend. ' Rev. ivl L. Boyer. of St. Christmas Letterss Louis, was in the city with Of course you will lead the i friends Monday children's letters to Santa J Rev J. H. Terrill tilled ap Clans You will tind I hem I pointments at Clarence Sunday, bright and clearly expreing j Rev Dr w A Hatch ,,Ri the wishes of children and as a ;be(M1 with Ma Hocl at Hunne whole are quite creditah'e wel 1 the little writers. We cuinot! n , r . , ....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 December 1901

utensil. Sfnn ill vinir tent nnrl km ,. 1 , , , i mm amah pamamI . , , ! Tt kniMtt t Iip nprpesnru house orfarm of. NodeGheen. lamonnted to G7"),14H,705 bushels. I "We were about to drive on, grown on 4s.04r,278 acres 01 i Doping ior anoiner pump which Miss IslaTerrill has charge j ,and N t t yield was j would have a trough attached, of the silver and cut glass pre mium department at the J. J Rogers Department Store. lighter, and the Americans only : when the young lady climbed Miss Eftie Smith, of Indian Creek, returned yesterday from Edison. Neb., where she has been spending a month with relatives. t tnmed off seven and nine-tenths i out of the trap and ; pyramids of wheat. In 1900 pump : was a rather creditable per ! formance. The deficiency was I made up with a two billion bushel corn crop and 215 000, ! OOo bushels of potatoes. went to the J. C. H. Read, of Rock Is land, III., has opened up a stock of (roods in the Smith Building on North Main St. You will see by his adv in thi...

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

I Christmas Season 1901, An ounce of satisfaction is worth a ton of talk. Satisfaction Goes With Every Cloak We Sell. A littinjs: Occasion TO ACQUAINT YOURSELF WITH OUR I XTF.NSINE LINE OF I Men's and Boys Overcoats Ladies, Misses and Children s Uoaks WHICH ARE NOW BEING SOLD AT PRIME COST. Look not at the manner of our getting but you must get them QUICK If you want the best at prices that I cheap stuff ought to be bought at. Latest Designs in Toilet Articles. Our Furs are Beauties and Cheap, North Main Street, Monroe City, Ho. J. B. Anderson, - Dear Santa Clause. It is with pleas ure I write to you once more. Last year was the first time I ever wrote to you. I thought maybe I might tfet the Premi um. But I was like poor little "Luis'' in Mr. Champ C larks possum story .1 had to stand bade Lias'" until the next time. You can bring me some good Carmel Candy and some tire crackers. And anything else you want me to have. Iain eleven years old. Prom your Priend, Lee Hayden Florida Mo. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 December 1901

1 f 3 I ! LEVY'S n On f i Cash Clothing Store, i ? f f f f Special December Values account of warm weather we find on hand too many winter goods, so here goes for converting them into cash. . Indian Creek Nov 27 1901 Dear old Santa Claus 1 am a little girl six years old I want a toy horse and a set of dishes and some candy and chewing gum I will close for this time Your friend Eva Carrico. Monroe City Dec 2 1901 Mo Dear Santa Clause. I will write you a few lines to let you no that to bring me something nice. please bring me a pistol and caps pea nuts and candy an firecrackers and wagon, good by Alexius Hays Monroe City Mo. Nov. 253. 1901 Dear Santa Clause will you please bring me a knife and a pair of skates. If I ask for to much lam afraid that you can not give the other children anything. Because moiiy is so scare and can not get many presents. But mama said that you are very rich. If your rein Jeers get plenty of boys and will help you for a ents. Good bye, Hardy Eell Dear Santa ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 December 1901

I inmnmmmti.iimiim Li Read, mm. i Vi A line of Ladies' Furnishings h L Consisting of . . 9 ( Ready Made Suits, Shirts, w f Muffs, Boas, Etc., also full line of Gent's hats and caps. Ji ; This Stock of goods will be sold at f A V) ASTONISHING LOW PRICES. candy nuts oranges bananas popcorn apples and Dear santa clans when you bring my things , 8eS8io ciont torget my little baby brother so I will close from your friend. Mary Mudd 4 piTB BUILDING Mil Mi Slj rowiimTiTTTiTtiTTTTTTTTnrrniriinri..imiiii)iiiiliiiiiiiiiii Monroe City Mo. i Did you borrow one section of Dec 10th 01 j my yellow extension ladder. Dear S.inta. Glaus. I want a J If so 1 need it, please bring it gold Dollar pleas bring papa home. A. Jaegek. a necktie Sister said that she j wanted a fur brimr me a Btorrv Williamson & Bull's stock of book pleas bring mama a cup j Christmas goods this year is the j a Saucer pleas bring me Some j prettiest in town. colors of marbles and pleas bring me a little wagon and i pleas bri...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 December 1901

9 TTT Repairing of all kinds of machinery done on short notice. Wind and Water The Lord will furnish the wind and I the windmills, you the water and I the pumps. MoijroeCity L Mactjine Sl?op Is fully equipped and prepared to sell you what you want in the line of Eureka Cylhv ders, Gasoline Engines, Plumbing, Celebrated Meyer Pumps, Threshing Machin s in season, Machine and Lubricating Oils. X X X J. B. BRISTOW, Prop. m -3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m I m 3 U 3 m 3 m 3 I I n ii. I a0n'fl nlSl0nC I' j uaia. j George Washington made his memorable crossing' of the Del aware. Next day was fought the battle ul Trenton. A year ! later the ragged, hungry. Half- I frozen, but heroic continental PW event of great lm army was at Valley Forge. Un nort in the worlds his j the same day in 1780 England torv have taken nlace on Christ- 'declared war against Holland. mas daw. hut 1 I.h ancient festi- i evel,t wl,ich faVd lhe Amer" val has often been immediately ! 'can prat riot 8 much encou...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 December 1901

This Week's Attractions! I STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES. For your Christmas Dinner get everything at Sharp & Donley's. Tropical Fruits and Confections. The richest of Fresh Meats of Every Description, Hogs butchered on short notice at reasonable prices. Come one, come all to SHARP & DONLEY'S. Monroe City Mo Nov 20. 1901 Dear Old Santa, I thought I would write and tell you what I want For Christmas I want. A little trunk and some candy and some peanuts and oranges I go to school and my teacher is Mr. Ceiil Forsythe I lilce him very much I am 9 years old. Weli. I will close as I want nothing else From your little Friend Eunice McLeod To Dear Old Santa. Good By Shiel.. Mo. Nov 25., 1901 Dear Santa Clause I am a little boy nine years old. I ko to school every day, I like my teacher very much, I will now tell you what I want for chiistmas, I want a little air gun, and some caps, and some candy, and nuts "Old Santa dont torget my 'little sis ter's and brother "Your's ltesp. . Lloyd Grea...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 December 1901

fir m - v ii i.. u i u n.-i.i- r...u u isn I ms uuuks rami, v I It isn't your Grocer's Fault, Ctjfistlps Gift I K Now is the time to Q find the most Q choice line of Q Candies, Fruits and Nuts in the 0 City for your Christmas Fes- 0 tivities . . . . AND THE PLACE IS tlip.t the bulk coffee you just purchased turns out to be differ entfrom the "same kind" bought before. Coffee purchased in bulk is sure to vary. The sealed package in which LION COFFEE is sold insures uniform flavor and strength. It also keeps the coffee fresh and insures absolute purity. I n T. (Successor to Caldwell A Son ) Q When you want n 0 F. E. Fitzpatrick's, 1 i (3 Oysters, Luncheons, Meals And First Class . . . YOU WILL FIND THEM AT THE SAME CAFE. . . 1901. Cooper Villc Mo. Dec. 1 Dear tanta Clan : I am a little j girl too years obi and tant wite. and I will get my sisse to wite for me 1 want a doll, tany orange, and a ring, from vour little friend Willie Evans. Dear Santa I am a little girl and go to school I ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 December 1901

E. I Ji wiiiini il Yule Tide Problems. Hunting for a C'hristman present For push liloomlng' friend you know Is n tank that's far from pleasant When your funds are running low. It is hard to make selections That willi joy all hearts wiil thrill When you've, got to make twe'.ve PtfCllOOl Of a lone ten-dollar hill. People's want are so extensive That they till you with despair, They all hope for gifts extensive, They don't know how ill they'll fare! If you have a lot of money, Buying presents is great sport, Hut it's anytliD(f but funny When your hank account is short. ib n 41 m The Children's Christmas. I HR1STMAS tide has come again anil all the little cliildren are thinking i bout Santa Claus. anil some are wonderinn if he will come to their house this time. There is hardly any reason for any child to be lieve that lie will not come. A good many things change in this world, jbut ou Christmas Eve merry old Santa Claus is always heard of his hair as white, his noie as red, as ever; hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 December 1901

I Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1901. NO, 38. f t Y Wants America to Conquer the World. William J, Bryan delivered an interesting and instructive lecture at the Opera House Tuesday afternoon. He came under tlie auspices of Chapter H., P. E. O. and they deserve the thanks ot our people for se curing for our people lecturers of such prominence and ability as Mr. Bryan. It is a pleasure to meet such men as Mr. Bryan and many of our citizens were at the depot to meet him when the 0:20 a. m. train arrived. From the depot he was driven to the New Monroe Hotel. There he was informed that Prof. Nichols would be pleased to have him visit the high school at such time as was most convenient to him. Mr. Bryan said he would be pleas ed to comply and suggested i labor, that tii party visit the school i trusts at once. After spending a few minutes in Prof. Nichols office the party were shown into the high school department where all the students on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 December 1901

'I I Kris Krinkle St. Nichols and Santa Claus Arc now busy laying in their CHRIS . MAS SUPPLIES .AT, 1 1 J.J. FITZPATRICK'S I HE NORTH MAIN ST. DRUGGIST. MMMMMVMyMMMMMMMMM 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. Ik ex. THIS STORK IS TIILIRS AM) THEY Wil l. ITM) - 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 running a race to see who will reach Fitzpatrick's first with his empty baskets to load. All kinds of combination game boards. The latest and most chic games that have been invented for boys and girls since they made their last trip just lv fore Christmas. A lovely assortment of lamps thai you can stud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 December 1901

ALWAYS HINTS LP TnT: PLACE YYnERT: III CAN FIND THE BFST Candies, Fruits and Nuts to lill his basket before starting on his rounds the night before Christinas. That being the case lie will strike for James E. Christian's, Under New rionroe Hotel tirst tiling. There is where he can find everything good to make a child happy. Sweet Cider, Hot Meals and Luncheons at all hours. HOME GROWN PEANUTS ROASTED HERE, f t good things. She had found some difficulty In getting away from the kitchen this last time. Her young man was getting impatient. "Pat, now. ye fiiver would : hinder me if ye could see that child. I niver saw the lamb that happy, an" I don't care if I lose me place for it. I'll help this party along." Autl with that, Pat uad lo be content though this was not his idea of spendirg Christmas eve. "Oh, must they go?" said Ho wena as the shabby hoods and cloaks were being gathered to gether. At last they were gone a merry little troop and not one went empty handed. The room looked a...

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

K I Christmas I) Furniture. if f p IK 1 f. The Modern Woodmen of Florida camp will Rive an Oys ter Supper on Saturday night December 28tll 1901, Proceeds will be used to replace their loss in recent tire at Florida Mo. All invited. For handsome Christmas Presents jro to WILSON & jjr SON'S Furniture li iuse, the largest in this Section of the country. I ey carry a large line of ' The M. t j City will I 7?80 p. tn Parlor, Bed Room and Dining Room sets, Chairs, Tables, Ete. 3 It i the ideal place for those who anticipate going to house keeping to get what they need. Take Notice. M. League of Monroe meet at t h eir lla 1 1 at on T:iesdav. Dec. 81, VM), uto elect officers for the year of 1902. All numbers are earnestly requested to he pre sent. Come early Dr. Hornback. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo, Take Care of Your Eyes They are among God's most precious Rifts. They are more valuable to you than land, stocks, honors, pearls diamonds or great wealth. Why. then, do you trifle with...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 December 1901

Hatch. Xmas edition of the Deno chat is sure a dandy. The snow storm Friday night caused our telephone line to cease operation for several hours and many lovers of the line were lonesome. Our boys will attend the grand ball In Huntington Dec. 26th. Music will be furnished from the city of Hannibal. Rev. Father Shiel has been removed from Brush Creek par ish to Lukenan. Rev. Father Sullivan, of Monroe City will take.cbarge of Brush Creek the lirst of Jan. 1002. Plenty of wood and water in this locality. Quite a number from here will attend the Bryan lecture in your city. Several from this place at tended Frank McAllister sale at Shiel, Wednesday. Mrs. Josie Little is on the sick list. A number of citizens from this locality are visiting the county seat and paying their taxes this week Church services will be con ducted at Aerial Sunday. We wish the Democrat and all of its readers a Me rry Xmas and a Happy New Year. List of Letters. Remaining unclaimed in post office at Monroe City. M...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 December 1901

r tuiuim rrnrnawnminnm mnnmnmmnnmnin rnrmm ttttiptti tm rmamrmi uimmi muimi rowing 3 CLOAKS. CLOAKS. CLOAKS. The Opportunity is Here For You to Secure m That has ever been given in Monroe County. iMiiiimTffl!nT"TniiiimiiiiimmTmTMiiin!inTCOT From this date on we wil sell Our Entire Stock of 1 Ladies m m m m m Misses & Ghildrexis MMMHMHMHMHMMHMHIHM 1 CLOAKS I m m m m m m m m m m m m m m - AT PRIME COST.- The radical change each season makes it necessary to close out the entire stock of winter goods. Now is the time to get the bargain of your life. w. v. CARSON Dry Goods Co. i Church cws. Elder M. L. Mclleynolds lett for Knox City Tuesday. Rev. Elleson has been called to and accepted the pastorate of the Madison Baptist church. Rev. O. B. Holllday, of Pal myra, was in the city Monday eniou' e to Ml I ton, Mo. Elder I! I V Read and B F Hlxaon assisted In tu ordina tion of Elder R. A. Jones at New London. Monday. The protracted meeting at Little Union has closed with iree addition!. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 December 1901

s r ( Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1901. NO. 39. Fine Chickens. R. L. Turner attended the poultry show at Bowling Green, Mo., and brought home eight white Plymouth Rock chickens that had taken six ribbons. All of them scored over '.I!! out of a possible 100 points. There were 700 chick ens entered at the show. Paris Lost Ont. The city authorities of Paris dismissed the suit In the cir cuit court against VV. T. Hart. The costs are to be paid by the city The case grew out of the refusal of Mr. Hart to pay (ISO liceuse levied against him as a transient merchant when he brought a stock of goods to Paris last summer. City attor ney J. R. Reyno'ds represented the plaintiff, and Hon. J. H. Whltecotten the defendant. Paris Appeal. Try To Impeach. Attorney Gen. Rayner will make an effort to put Ramsey and Benham in the hole so dee p that will never see daylight. He in speakitig of their verdict against Admiral Schley says : Schley's evidence wa...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 December 1901

THH DEMOCRAT was mo8t rya,,y entertained v. J, R, V. i BRMI HOUSE, Editor. HIXsoN. I itv I :.litor. $1,00 t'v.u i u nlrn I nl the pom nfllcc nt Monro.- City, f vroml-i lutf nmtli r. Mo. Tri.ii'iioM: so. THURSDAY,! DEC ii 1901 Church News. J, II. Terrill wa to Hannibal Saturday serious Mines i! Robt called by I he PerHII. Rev .1 B, Travis is spending his Christmas holidays in Lewi Count . wil Ii his parents. Rev. I-'. Hixflon preached in tli - Baptist cburcb, this city, last s day morning, and Rev, Wylev Patrick preached in that elturc i .it night. Ralls County Bee mi, Rev. Dr, J R. Pen tuff. Ph. DD.i I) . "f Burlington Iowa, pent ;i portion nf last week in tbe city wltll his friend Mrs Susan Gentry, KM M. L, McReynolda went ti Knox City last week to rill appointments at a church in the country. Friday morning the mercury was hovering around the zero 20 point and he called the meetings oft by tele phone. But as a weather witch lie proved to be on a par with the St. Louis signal servi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 December 1901

The World Grows Brighter And with each succeeding day the stock of Family and Fancy Groceries at Geo, M. Nichols' Place is being replaced with fresli fltld brighter goods. Look at the Queensware Stock. You will be pleased with the Freckled Squaw cigar. John White was a business visitor m the BlulT City Satur day Miss Georgie Vaughn is spending the holidays with the home fol k at Perry. Bring your eggs and butter to Sharp & Donley and get 1 tie i highest market price. Dr. J. 3 Norton returned Sat urday from his protracted visit with Iriends at Spalding. Geo. H. Davis, of Quincy was looking after his realestate in terests in the city Monday. If yon would like to have mi appetite like a bear and a relish for your meals take Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablet! They cor rect elsorders of the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels. I'rice. 28 cents. Sample! frce.at B. O. Wood's drugstore. Miss Bessie Elzea returned home from Hardin College Sat urday to spend the Christmas tide...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 December 1901

Persistcnl Inirsi for Knowltdft, !l i ry. " iid Uncte Amos THE BURLINGTON'S CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS: PERSONALLY. CONDUCTED. fro in L'pcreek. who was visit- These are run every week Ji iny In- city nephew, "who's rect to California via Denver, that man In the lions: on the Scenic Colorado. Salt Lake otliei il u ol the street? Every City, in charge of special con hlorniiiii he stands in front of ductors; from St. Louis. Hamii a window an" shaves himself, bal. Qulncy, Burlington, Kan He's done it niw for tbrt-r d&ys I sat Oity, St. Joseph. Arrange hand runnin','' i to join these excursions. 1 suppose he haw .lone it HOME-SEEKERS' EXCURSIONS, WEST every morning for the last ten! AND NORTHWEST, years, uncle," replied Henry. October lBttl, November Tith "Han he lived there all that land 19tb. December 8d and 17th time?" THE GREAT NORTHWEST "Yen and longer than that.! MOVEMENT, for al i know. I've been here "The Burlington Northern Pa only ten years mjtelf." i cine .Express" is the great...

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