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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 February 1902

Monroe VOL. 14 City Democrat. MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1902. NO. 47 apace of time we have for writ I ing it up, but suffice it to say it ; was a decided victorv for the Past, Present and Future Doings that may! iu i i i I children over some who hart op I posed it before. We expect to j give others in the future and TOWN AND COUNTRY. be of Interest to You. J. Porter Patton spent the latter part of the week with his mother at Macon. John Westhoff. of St. Louis, paid the DEMOCRAT office an appreciated visit Friday after noon Charles H. Smith, of Quincy, spent Friday in the city with the homefolks and friends who were glad to see him. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hixson, of Hannibal, have been the guests of his father, Rev. B. F. Hixson and brother, R. F Hixson. Miss Libbie Emery, ol Ely, spent the latter part of last week in the city with friends. She will again engage in the millinery business in this city. The younger set composed of Misses Mabel Yowell. Blanche Green and ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 February 1902

m m t w-t W r-v r i j It! y - A UNfcMUfcU WUUINU. Short Story Of The Day. By K. Le Breton-Martin, He was ;i big limbed, brown faced man, and somehow lie looked awkward amid tlie glit tering artificiality of the ball room. He was just the sort of being one associated with big game hunting and the wild re gionsotthe earth. He seemed as much out of place at a dance as a rice pudding In a Parisian menu Miss Balnbridge!" "II:. Carlvon!-' The man'n voice was apolo getic, the uirl's frankly amaz ed. Fancy finding you at a dance!" the girl went on. after the first flush of surprise had died a natural death. ' Yes. it's not much in my line. But the fact is well, I came to see you." To see me?" 'Yes. I wanted to ask your advice on a subject that has been worrying me a great deal. You're about the only girl I know whom I thought I could tackle for fear of being laughed at. Can you give me a dance?" MiMicent Balnbridge could hardly help smiling at the al most boyish manner in which the sunburnt...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 February 1902

One often hears f work be ing noble and all I tint kind Irl thing. How about tlie curse pronounced on Adam and his children: "By the sweat of thy brow thou sh.ilt earn thy bread." Two Make a Pair. For the tirst lime Edward Young lias been able to coax the Storlf lu vi-i; his place The deferred vis'n resulted in the leaving of H ret,ty little ten pound e, irl t in-1 John VV. While went to ;i dance Monday nieht and fiddled 'till midnight and tlien went home. Tuesday he look us by the collar and said: "And yon bet after 1 got there I had u fiddle "till morning. It is a ninj pound girl. SOUTHERN SAYINGS. 'Z I SCHOOL-BOY "FACTsi".--,., m i 5cecnt Money TO LOAN ON" FAKM LANDS. At small expense and eommlssion in amounts of fl-KM to SIO.OHO and over on TIM K TO SUIT THS BOHI'OWKK. Privilege Kiven to make partial pay ments at interest paying dates No appraisments or red tape required All loans elosed, money paid out on short notice by W. W. LONGMIRE, Real Estate Lawyer. Monroe City, Mo, Squi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 February 1902

THE DEMOCRAT 'V. 3, HOUSE, Editor. K. r II IX WON. City Editor. raRMs $I,OOPE, Vi AK Mrrt-A St tks pout office at Monroe City, Mo. mi MM onrt-clii mutter. TELEPHONE NO. 14. THURSDAY. FEU. 20. 1!)0L ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR COLLECTOR. We RW 'S ntliori.i'd to MDOUDea NATHAN P. nODOBUa as a oandi date for Collector of Monroe County, abject to the primary election. Wo are iM'tboflied to announce THOMAS.!. YATES as a candidate for Collector of Monroe County, sub ject to thfi primary election. we are authorised to announce DR. V H. H. ( .'HOW as a candidate Torre election a Collector of Monroe County, subject to the primary elec tion, March 2:), 1902, FOR Presiding Judge. We are authorized to announce .IAS. S. ALLEN a a candidate for Presiding Judge of Monroe County, object to the primary election. We are authorised to announce J. O, ADAMS as a candidate for Pre siding Judge of Monroe County, sub ject t the primary election. FOR PROBATE JUDGE. Vc tire authorized to announce T. T. UoDBB as a can...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 February 1902

J. It. B. Kidd (old a good driver to Dr. M. B. McMasters. H BRIGHT, NEW GOODS FOR SPRING! If Just Opened and now on Display. Who Fires the first Gnu in fto Trade War of 1902 H I am Bound for WILLIAMSON'S Big Store. JjL. II 1 iL and we are loaded to the muzzle with unheard of bargains in . . . H n H H H Prints, Muslins, Ginghams,Underwear, Percales, Dress Goods, Linings, Table Linen, Laces, Silkolines, Embroideries, White Goods, Hats, Shoes and TO Mesdames .J entiie Cooper and E. P. Me I son came up from St. Louis Tuesday. ArtliurNolen of Dallas. Tex., spent Bunda) ill llie city with his interesting family. Butter and eggs bring y iu the most money when taken to Sharp ft Donley's B?nj. Wunch, the mogul of Clapper, came down Tuesday to see his mother, sisters and friends. H GENT'S FURNISHINGS. H H H m See our New Line of Sterling Muslin Underwear at less than cost of Material. If you wish to buy hose: Then it's Topsy If low prices please youi Then buy Topsy If you like to have your ho...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 February 1902

THE DEMOCRAT TELLS THE TRUTH. W. .J. ROUSE, Editor. H. i. BIX80N, City Editor. The Atchison, Kansas, Globe, an Indepen dent Newspaper Tell Some Facts. Pathetic. I & I The snow had hetrun in the irloamintr. K And husily all the night IIikj been heaping lield and highway1 I With a silence deep anil white. TERMS $1,00 PER Vf:Af.' The following from the Atchi- Jntertd at the poM onveat Monro City, as HOOad-OHW mutter. Mo. tree pearl. TliLF-PHONF. NO. II. Kvery pttM and lit- and hemlock Will-H l)l ninu link iI.kim f..n fin mini i .... . .11 iitiiint out iii ' " I And the poorest twit? on the elm per, snouiu oe reau oy me peo yVm ridged Inch-deep with nle it Missouri very closely:! Here is me.it for the Demo- w 9l"-"d8 "ew"'"ored with Carrara . , I Came Chanticleer muffled crow, ti am. I'll 1 I i a 'I . . iii a i slate taxes were in the neitfh I THURSDAY. FEB. 20, 190S Gel casl. price Sharp & Dim ley's. on Hour ai borhood of $:., 000 annually, whereas they amount to atjout s:!;;.(...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 February 1902

aWfcHiP BHRiW'RiyP Mavo a 77-YR. RECORD, 1 lift H BWP tl8 SS llt upon tin strong founda- Hk Hm " tion of quality. The stock we . offer for fall 1903 and spring 1002 surpasses in quel P Ity the product m niv mnriUT box and pack free, of all previous vcars. yYC tft ll-lvlH I .iruarantee hafe ar rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. DAV rCU each WEEK and want more CTARrl I'misiaiid. ;. We PAY t AbH Icsmen. Outfit sent FREE. SSYJ aeU. STANDARD OF MORALS One for Man Another for Woman. Great Responsibility of the Latter. The Fun is on iff I I And will be to the end, So just remember that at any and all times you can find Fancy Articles, Toilet Goods and Perfumes at fgf J. J. FTZPATRICK'S That are suitable for birthday or friendship pres- ents. The purest of drugs and best of prescript tion clerks subject to your wishes. J. J. FITZPATRICK, NORTH MAIN STREET. IF YOU HAVE REAL ESTATE Merchandise, or anything else to sell or exchange, list it with ua. If yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 February 1902

ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmimmg :;r:x;:zx Joanna Jottings. John Noonao bought several SPECIAL OPENING DAY Of the Dry Goods Department of the Levy Dry Goods-Clothing Store ed, Admission ten cents, every-i 0f cattlo. this week. ATURDAY, FEB. 22. I Elegant Souvenir to Lady Customers Also a present to any lady buying a nice Dress or Waist or Skirt pattrens on opening day. Hoping to see you opening day. Yours for Business, sjJP I ZSSmnSS J$!UEi 'B ICTSi'B" VvmSBI iiummh i ii i -mill iiiriT nf v .irTMiwMwi i.iiiimi i immmmwwwmwww ww WW CORRESPONDENTS. Newsy Kems Complied for us by Country Correspondents. our InJian Creek Items. Al Able closes a very sue cessful term of scnool at the Yeager Rchortl house two miles west of this place Friday Feb. 21. Monro" Dixon and his Ken tucky bride attended mass here Sunday, after which they to gether with a number of friends took flintier with Mrs. Dug Tul- iy Mr and Mrs. Richaid Lillis, visited their son Dan of near Stoutsville last week. Swinkey is hard...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 February 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1002. NO, 48 IN REGULAR MEETING The v. i .o. Sisterhood Celebrates Wain- mi' ion' s Itirtliilny. Tingle linn, tlic phone bell rings. Vou urn Invited to the P, K 0. meeting At Mrs. t, VV. Head's at I o'clock (hii Satur day ftfternoon, and antlclpat ing a glimpse of heaven, the bachelor donned cap ami coal and was soon t here. Tingle lin;, hf rlnga the door bell in fear and trembling, lor 111 to 1 wasn't in it with what ha had to lace, For there was fifty ladies behind that portal. The hostess opened the door and lor a half Instant the pencil pusher thought that Martha Washington's ghost was before him, but the cheery voice and Welcome hand extended dissi pated that Idea. She wafgown ed like Martha, hair dressed and powdered like Martini's End the twinkle in her eyes was what kept us from a item pede. Upon entering the parlora we found many of the Mesdames and Madamoiselles UOWned like Martha, and hair dressed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 February 1902

PLATONIC FRIENDSHIP. JJJy BETTER PUBLIC ROADS Sad Story of the Lasting Friennship of a Man and Woman by "Indra." "On Monday there's the court Nixon'll ,'et two years, if not more; so that vengeful spirit will be tamed. Tuesday 'take delivery of those sheep: and Wednesday, the dance at Morris' to which I shan't go. Wonder why I don't hear from down to the water. Something made him look up, and just where the pad went ovjrthe bank a tuft of dark hair caught his eye. Steadying himself, he rose, and with t tie help ot a limb, reached the summit. His dog was lying across the track dead. This nnt. spec ted incident, for a time, rid his mind of thoughts rnn 'irni nir 'lie HI f I n i n f i-1 n A Eva? It's sin- t twit's keeping it , ' 1 "I hat he didn t take one ot our up now. noi ine For nearly an hour the thin spiral of smoke ascended from the bunk to the blackened raft era, then Morris' overseer turn ed his face to the wall and slept. The wind sighed and moaned through the she-oaks; two m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 February 1902

ALL of your friends read 'or LARGE 1 ORCMATT. I it, weveweMi M.m wm You Have Always WANTED A Serviceable 1 BOYS! Vi m f f J III lil IS AN OPPOR TUNITY TO GET ONL FREE! at least they should read The Monuoe City Democrat because it gives the church news, the lodge news, the so cial news, the local news, the domestic news and the political news. It tells of friends absent, of friends who will be absent, of strangers coming in whom you will be interested in. It gives the marriages, the births and tells frequently of the loss of a friend It works for every interest of Monroe City and vicinity, therefore for your in terests It is your friend -in health and happiness and your friend when you are ill sorrow, with you through life and leaves you onlv at the grave md then with a gentle kindly remembrance. Wiien von non t subscribe, you are depriving yourself of a greater bene tit than !?1 can be to the editor. Get eight (8) new sub scribers to the DEMOCRAT, bring the names and money to this o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 February 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. rBRMI $1,00 PER I Ak ' tiered tt the poet office at Monroe City, aa aecond-claaa matter. Mo. TELEPHONE: NO. THURSDAY. FEB. 27. 190S 14, Gee Whiz. Say, you fellers who go down town after supper to talk soap box theology and politics, liad better look out or Polly will get you. It has been learned that the ma. t ied ladies of Han nibal have a "Come Home Hus band Club,"' and the first thing you know there will be a branch office in this city. The club is said to be about four feet long and has a brush on the end of it. Rural Mail Carriers. Washington. Feb. 25. The Postmaster General has issued a general order announcing the increase of pay of rural free de livery mail carrieis, $100 each per annum. That will make the pay of the carriers $000 per year. "Got! give us men," says the Chicago lHter-Oceau. Is that Republican paper weary of taking whatever the trusts have a mind to give. Milan Standard. RURAL FREE DELIVERY Six Route...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 February 1902

Dr. Horn back. Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal. Mo. Timothy and clover seed for sale at. A. H. Green' Miss Laura Fiefield, of Han nibal, has been the guest of her cousin Miss Lizzie Umstattd. After March 1st I will sel goods for cash only. 3 (5 H. T. Boone, Ely, Mo. Dan Sharp, of Emden, was the guest of his uncle, Dan S. Sharp In this city Saturday. Butter and eggs bring y m the most money when taken to Sharp & Donley's William Wood, of Perry and electric light fame, was a busi ness visitor in the city Monday. H. M. Clark attended the Switzer sale at Clarence and bought a registered Hereford bull. William Kendrick, of south east of the city, expects to go to California in about two weeks. If you need a wind mill or pump see. R. Manning Walk ER. Mrs. F. W A. Bastian, of Shiel. was shopping in the city Thursday. Ed Taft, a hustler of Farber. was a business visitor in the city Thursday. R W. McElroy, of Granger, Mo.', was with old friends in the city Saturday. Bring your eggs and butt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 February 1902

THE DEMOCRAT v. J. ROUSE, Editor. It. T. HIXSON. C ity Editor. TERMS $I,00''f:H vftAR f rtercri at the post office t Monroe City, Mo. us wcOBdolm matter. TrilPHOM NO. 14. New York has a new relig ious sect, known as the "Holy Ghost and Us Society." They practice immersion for bap tism. The correspondents of the Dkmockat will please write on one side of the paper only and Oblige. The typo's never turn a sheet of paper over to see what is on the other side Yancey . Columbia, tiie city with hii 1 friends who were THURSDAY, FEB. 2". 1902 ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR COI.LtCTOR. vv nrc ifttitborized t" announce NATHAN I'. RODKER9 as a candi date for Collector "f Monroe County, abject to ill'1 primary election, We lire authorised to announoe TH'i.s . i. VATES its ncftndldate for Collector of Monroe County, sub ject to tin- primary election. We m i' authorised to announce DR. W. If. H.CROW at a candidate for re election m Collector of Monroe County. Bubject to the primary el tion. March -'. 1902, FO...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 February 1902

The G, M, Nichols Grocery is the place to get Goods to Feed Your Face. If you Want th est You'll Find it There. And then, they always treat you fair. They give full weight. 16 oz. to the pound They willingly correct errors wherever they are found. So throw your prejudice away, step in there to-day, You'll never regret it, don't you forget it. THE BOASTS OF PARIS; K TREES offer for fall 1901 and sur We PAY FREIGHT, arantaS Me We PAY CASH CTAR vat mi mm Have a 77-YR. RECORD. built upon the strong founda tion of aualitv. The stock we offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qual ity the product rriAV rDnruT box ana pact ir of all previous years each WEEK and want more salesmen. Outfit sent free. rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. Huatsvllle, Ala. DaasTllle.N. Y..ete. The Fun is on And will be to the end. So just remember that at any and all times you can find Fancy Articles, Toilet Goods and Perfumes at J. J. FTZPATRICK'S 1 I I That are su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 February 1902

CORRESPONDENTS. fewsy Items Complied for us by our Country Correspondents. Warren. The last few days have been so refreshing that it makes us feel like we are not quite f roien out. Sugar making season is herej at last. There is a splendid prospect lor plenty of sweet , ness. W. A. Morthland is invoicing bit large stock of merchandise this week. His brother Vernon j is assisting him. Arch Rightmire will have a sale next Saturday. March 1st. ; He expects to move to Wash ington. John McGlasson is now on the road lor the Deering Har- Success to you John. Sams, of near town, is ate for Judge of the ents Mr. and loch. Mrs. Ed McCol- district of Marion vest Co. Squire a candii Western County. Mr. Miller, of Quincy, is visiting Mr. Obert. Mr. Phillips, of Warren, mov Family to Quincy last ed his week. Mr. Peffer. of Peffersville. was in Warren Monday. Prof. Vernon Morthland has been employed to teach the Etmlen school. Mrs. Bettie McGlasson is visiting iier daughter. Mrs. Edelen. of Emden....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 March 1902

.. nescK ... ilium i n Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1902. NO 49" TOWN AND COUNTRY. Past, Present and Future Doings that may be of Interest to You. We will have mail boxes for sale. R. M. WALKER, H. M. Cla-k and Miss Ruth were witli Quincy friends Mon iay. Several tanners have told us that thev never saw the wheat look better in the month of March. ViUiam Bohon, family and sister, Miss Lizzie, and Walter White, of Marion county left Tuesday for Hamilton, Mont., where they will make their fu ture homes. H. Clay Baker announces as a candidate for Collector. Mr. Baker is one of the most popu lar and deserving men in Mon roe Count and has many friends In all parts of the oun-ty. John VV. Stephens announces "this week as a candidate for Marshal of the City of Monroe Mr. Stephens has made our city an excellent official and his past work is a guarantee that he will continue to be a safe officer. Jacob Earhart will sell at auction, at his farm near ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 March 1902

&mmmmmmmrorofflfflWfTfflmmmmmmwmmromtg some bright jewels. -H LSA II V f 1 T&H L Wnrlh Reading From The Atlanta Ilia.) Constitution. ip.'''-r March Winds Blow usiness Grows. m and our ti I Because the fancy grc . cry line is of a superior order and at the lowest prices. The staple line is of the most celebrated brands and ....... Always Gives Satisfaction in Quality and Prices All Kinds of Fresh and Smoked Meats oi the Block, It will be a pleasure to us to wait upon you or to fill your orders by phone. I- i p 2 Sharp x Donley. Telephone No. 28. A M AUK TWAIN STORY. Mrs. Morris Tell:; cf Early Days in llanni bal. Interesting Reminiscences. The Kansas Oily Star lias this very interesting interview, which will be appreciated by this community and the general public: Mrs, Felix Morris, widow of the greatest man ever seen in vaudeville, was born and rear ed in Hannibal, Mo., and her family knew and was intimate with that of the Clemens.' of which Marl; Twain is today the most Ill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 March 1902

r fx i i i j i en f BOYS! LARGE OR SMALL mmm BMft4 trauma i You Have Alwayi VAMTBD A Serviceable If I MMM HERE IS AN OPPOR. TUNITY TO GET OMi subscribe, tit than si gcribers : thin offlo to pay 11 ji be ttCOc 1)1' M'l t! ' ykLLof your friends read or (j at least they should read TlIB Monroe City DEMOCRAT i because it fives the church ' news, the lodge news, the so clnl news, the local news, the I domestic news and the political news. It tells of friends absent, i of friends who will be absent. of strangers coming In whom yon will be interested ill, It given the marriages, the births -and tells frequently of the loss i of a friend It works fur every interest of Monroe City and vicinity, therefore for your in- I lerests It is your friend in -health and happiness ami your friend when you are 111 Borrow, jj with you through life and -leaves you onlv at the ((rave . and then with a gentle kindly rememorance. u nen you uon t -you are depriving yourself of a greater bene' an be to the edit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 March 1902

sin 5 GREAT REDUCTION SALES COMPETITION i Thousands of Dollars Worth of Choicest Goods, Unpacked and Ready for ) This Sale, The stock is so Large we Cannot Enumerate Everything, Be low are a Few Items to Give you an Idea of the Sensational Values we Offer Best standard prints go at 4c. 6c Sea Island cotton now 4 I -2c. All 8 l-3o and 10c bleached muslin go at 7 l-2c. . 8 l-3c and 10c shirting now for 7 l-2c. All 7 l-2c outings now go at 5c per yd. 20 per cent reduction on all table linens, liest apron check ginghams goat 5c. All $1 .25 and $1 .50 counterpanes go at 90c Our American Lad v corset formerly SI. 00 now 50c Coat's spool cotton now 4c per spool. Oorticelli and Belding's 100 yard spool silk 7c. Ail Men's, Ladies' and children's 10c hose now 7c. Our entire stock of shoes reduced from 25c to 75c per pair. One big lot of Boy's two piece suits for merly $1 50 to $2.00 now goat $1.00 ner suit. ft All Men's $7.00 and $7.50 suits now $4.85. All Men's $10.00 suits now io for $7.5o ...

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