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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 March 1899

5 7: MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marten, Monroe and Halls Counties. VOL. 1 1 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 80, 1809 $285 vs $47,50 Subsection, $1.00 Per Year. NO. 52 i Westhoff & Carson. I si R THEY FEU HARRY PARKS. A Surprise and a Banquet for a Popu lar Fellow. 5?L The YOUNGEST and most PROGRESSIVE Dry Goods House in Monroe, congratulates our older firms upon their growth and prosperity. May they live lung and prosper. We realize that there is but one way to succeed, and t hat is by selling dependable goods on a Liberal IJASIS. It is OUR AIM to gain the GOOD WILL of EVERYONE by adopting the principles or our worthy neighbors to add to it Unceasing Violence. Vim. Enerirv. and stri.-t attention to business, and with modem business methods O tfctlAll InHlf ,,'illi '.II irttM.At.M.a llf.. 4 I 09. iin mirug r.n.n tin !) ii i: luuurc Ul DC COD n ratulated upon our SPRING PURCHASE, which we will W 09 Monroe City. Mo., Ma...

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. — 30 March 1899

rnn: DEMOCRAT w. i. vovsi:, k. F. HIX50N, Editor - City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. Go to R. Manning Walker j Chancy Brack-ley. of Bute), for 18K wedding rings. ;paid tl,e city 11 visit- 'Saturday. There are some side walks on ! Jolin Sherman refused to die North Main Street wliich are 'last week an. 1 thereby ta'.e a sadly In need of repair. Dr. Horn back. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal, M. E. V". Vaughn is uursing a Cai e 'if the measles. Sewing Machine oil and need '.sat vv Ai.:K!i.s. the Jewelers. ? ct tin l HI. I ttt OHM lA r. Tk- .xbv- Btnm 'l i!ni'i- T UjlSM A dfuffflrt refund money If It Mis t- wis Ms Tbt fWUtiut linn 1. 1; Qontath Isbtst. lll Mi.s Edith Jarman visited relatives in Palmyra the latter pa rt 'f last Wi --If. , . , . II C T T tl i). narr, 01 aunnrweiii a business visitor in the j wa i .1 Friday. .1. if. Foreman, of Palmyra( ha- i. en the guest of his par ents, W . Eurtiiiail and wife. for trad'' or sale, a good set i buggy harness. Apply to Va:.ti;i: II Moss. Mr-, ....

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. — 30 March 1899

OYSTFRS Kef lections of a Bachelor. Mut women accept love from men Hie way cats let women Stroke their backs. When A woman getti SUAplcj ions of .1 man's morals it is his 0-stCf. Paw, Fried cr StcvccJ moral, with other women. c,IjCfy hc ynuzsi nd mos, If a woman thinks a man is wickeder than ho is and then brittle on ;h market. finds out lie isn't she. can never ey forgive him lor letting her be JDSKCrV ueceiveu ny uerseii. j When a woman begins to economise on the pepper ami .salt it is a sign she is saving upi to buy a seven -dollar pair of Stockings to match the yellow .lower in her new hat. BOiotnon a orawiing woman was a dove to tin ! who presses her lips together ami says nothing when her husband explain-; how lie accidentally met a woman she doesn't like. That Turns Out the BEST of Bread, Cakes and Pics. Wei Cooked And Erq tisitc Mealf or Luncheons at al Hours. FRESH fRUiTS, CONFEC, TIONS. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, AT City Director. city officials, rT Samuel Vortli "olios Jndga w....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 March 1899

1FARMERS: 1 IT HAS BEEN MY OBJECT IN BUSINESS ALWAYS TO BUY THE EST GOODS THE MARKET AFFO And Having had the experience can give my patrons the advantage :(' -s 1 now have Complete Stocks ol - - tit tr -w . mm t . . Collins Morrison, bradlay, Molme Flows, and Cultivators including & the Genuine New Departure Cultivator, manufactured by Pattee Plow Co,, Moline and Brown Com Planters, Harrows. Etp Also Sit ' 7 -wr a juj,-' r- -s -A. If ou are in need of a Buggy. Surrey. Road Wagon.or -.ayihiaiin the vehicle line it will pay you to inspect my line as my Prices De'v tition. COOK STOVES. The Bridge and Beach, Superior, and Charter Oaks arc by far the best Cookers made. VI w w-" - u'm3-:e.i37 the leader. lilll the democrat W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HiXSON, City Editor. Terms, $1 Per Year. C:itMd St lbs pottOlSee St Monroe City, Mts-i ouritsssseusd olssi msttsr. .T"".T ".? T StTrmrffrrfjr ws" s-v s -. IS THURSDAY, MAR. 30, 1899 School Commissioner V0 liro QtboriMd tO SMMUnoS Prof. R. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 March 1899

VOL. 11. City nocrat MONROE CITY, MISSOURI March 30, 1899. NO. 52. To morrow is Good Friday. SCHOOL REPORT. Miss Olivia Brown spent Sat-1 Roport of Monroe City Pub lirday with Palmyra friends. Rev. L. M. Mo Reynolds paid ed visit, Saturday. lie School ending March 24th BOLL OP HONOIi. the pencil pusher an appreciat- I Names of those perfect in at- ... . . .1 . itiiudiitc, ueporiinem m, aver age scholarship 95, with no Richard Heath, of Palmyra, spent Sunday in the city with relatives Miss Kffie Youell. of Hunting ton. spent Monday in this city. She was on a shopping tour and calling on friends. Henry I. Lear's beaming countenance shown on this office Saturday. He knows where to find the news. E. Briggs Medcalt left Sun day afternoon for Chicago where he took his run to Kan sas City as mail weigher. The woman suffrage question has taken a queer turn. One branch of it is strictly opposed to the franchise being extended to her colored sisters. London, don't-cherknow is becomiug America...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 March 1899

HUNNI5WELL. Mi, Tim. Woods returned from Kaflaaj L'it Saturday, where she lias been spending a lew days. Will Saunders, of Lakeoan, wan "Attending U bueinetl hen; Saturday. A. c. lfalliet and wife returned frotn St. Louis Sunday Whei'Q tin y spent a week with friends. Charley Martin, of .Shelbina, was attending-to business here Monday. A. 11. Niokell, of St. Louis, was here with friends Monday. A. c;. Spalding was attending to business in Clarence Monday. Mrs. Mamie Turner left Tuet day lor Oklahoma. W. S. McClintie, of Jell'craon City, spent Saturday and Sunday with his family. Win. Freeman, north of town, left or Oklahoma Tuesday. WARREN. K. A. IVlVer was . town Moiuhu on business. Al Baldwin! of Monroe City, was in our town Monday night. Price Hillery has been quite sick for several days. O. P. Cannon is noting as agent for the Monioe City Steam Laundry. C. M. Bi'ower is preparing to build a new barn this spring. 1$. F. Mortliland, of near Kmden, passed tnrough our town Monday en...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 March 1899

I : : ! : : i IS285 vsS47.50 4 I X For cheap staple dry goods and notions uo to Miss Trnirc SWINKEY. 5 Msm "Snaq Ptoot" Rubbsr Bsats 00 Mens 'Boston" Rob!: Boot: 53.03 S2.50 A, BOULWARE & SON. Arh ir Day. Hon. W. T. Currington, Sopt. of Public Schools of Missouri, has set apart Friday. April 7. as Arbor Day. Ollie Boulware. of Canton, has been the guest of !iis uncle Aaron and Other relatives in the city this week. A. K. Crisler is on his way to tJalveston, Tex., whore he will be mustered out about the 15th of April.' He is a member of the band of the 1st Texas. FOR RENT. A house with three rooms. Apply to A. H. or J. A. Melson & Co. Ltadies clean your kid. gloves with Miller's Glovine, for sale only by J. J. Rogers, sole agent lor the famous Voltaire and Virginia Kid gloves; all the desirable shades. 4 Mrs ill. U. P. Hickman is very For Early toes go to John was in Ohio Seed Pota J.VC03 Rovsffi. Lemons, of Palmyra, the city with friends. For fresh dry goods go to Mis.-; TUD...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 March 1899

LAalCi' U4ltCa HIM CiURCI OHIO, I'.Lstcr lili' I an 1 l.at u- boll! Sweet the story their coming telle Faith and Hop0 the lilies ilngi l' nea unto the soul they bring. High, Snivii' iIoq's nnthem swells In the music of the ball K.i iter lilies and K:i ' r boll! .Sweet lii'.- story their coming tolls lr We Have Left the Cld Year AND sfV inter! ill.-, hat lVr- and (Air 018 UlC lilies of HMtolyi and queenly, an 1 w 1 j i i -. : and (1 -it arc t!.' bolls Master iii;:n-, with i! ontinoj of li Tlx) song and the story, The love n'l tlie glory, Tbul 'is.- in .!n Kingdom of HI Out of the song and tba fragrance of Raster, Welcome, and i 1 issod, and clear, i 'on.i iii the iMn.:i and y lorilied Master, Driniiliiuj (find words of (good cbjcr, A :.l work In Ihu garden For Litem that seek pardon, end no lift He Hew One. Our B3?f, Pork and Mutton Is killed hen.', not shipped in. and is Consequently, FRESH AND SWEET. If you want something Choice, Juicy, Swe-t ;nd Cheap. Call and you will get it. OS...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 March 1899

i. V i f 5 Mean Little Daus at Women. A woman always lias an idea one lie and CATCHUP. Ironical Lout's For The Laymen. Don't have any respect f Or , that she can tell the sacred servant that binds then quit, the church together. T1)ere is aiways muj on t,e Dotft he a well kept sheep pavement when a woman has that stays with the shepherd, on a new silk petticoat, but straggle a good deal and A gW rever Rrfti over tht. you will have to mourn in , k of etlCoanterlnr g nan Doubting Castle under the lasli of Giant Despair, instead of being with the Great Shepherd in his gracious told. Don't be faithful, for if Another Chan Having purchased the E. V. Vaughn TONSORIAL PARLORS we ,1,1 Iwv .1 A .11 ,.ri.,.. AIJ I have moved to the Corner. '0 "umu "w Hobcu tu m.t .hi uivui win who proposes but once. i i Every woman thinks she can' tormerly occupied by the Tur..- J UUStO mCl'S aill as many HOW O110S aS make better colfee than any er Drug Co. nee(J a ShaV6 Or Hail' Gilt, other woman she knows. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 March 1899

The Racket. Sprang Opening Millinery Novelties And Pattern hats Thursday and Fridiyi March 30 and 3i. i Our trimmer, Miss Johnson, of St, Louis will show you all the latest ctyics. Kid gloves good quality 75c. I Kid gloves Foster pat, $1.00 New styles in dress goods from 10 to 69c. There is one item the big merchant forgot to mention last week that a running ex ; pense from three to five thouv and a year, a loss of from one to two th-.usand dollars a year loss on credit sales, making a total of five to seven thousand ii year hc customer must pay, Examine our carpets and conv pare prices, S. Christian.! Many of the brightest and j prettiest Easter Hats and Bon m'ts to be found anywhere are nt the Misses Nov ins. Second floor back of the Post office. Travelers and Home-Seekers (ioins; Northwest to Montana and Washington. After M&rctl 14th can talte tiirouii tourist sleeper every Tuesday and Thursday at Kan- I sas City, via t lie Burlington 1 Route, for the entire journey through t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 April 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. -tw 1 Devoted to Ike Interests of Marion, Monvoe and Raits Cmttities. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 12 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL (, 1899 SubscniUion, f'l.&o Per Year. XO. 1 All Kinds. iELBcnoN news. i$285 vs $47.50 don't say anything rTTY I Hash. about tS6t TS 47.-fiO it : 1 1 make yoa unpopular with the . . ow. i. ' . J W Ifell '.1T. V'KHilV lOttTU It Is rumored chat the Char's Mother U plotting- against liim iind wishes to place his UR:1-. M. PobyedontMC o tie ttiroae. R, Harry Norman an ex Mon roe boy and one of tlie La Orange Indicator editors paid Votes. J I es i .lovili lIrigo J V nmilww 3rd. J.J. Uroivu ... . " SCHOOL numerous 1st. Sn-I art R. M. Wlkcr i 74 '.U I, K Hfotf 4 4S T i W. w. JUmgwire :u i J eOUXTY SQfllOOtV RKeOUV lt wd Md. id "rd vd It fi. Mofcatl N C K. Hie Hi 'JO M At press time last eve. the Castertide. Tlie services at the Holy Ros ary church, conducted by Fr. D. F. SiflKvan last Sunday were very beautiful and i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 April 1899

1HE DEMOCRAT! , ' , ! Manning far wedding rings. w . i- . ROUSE, - Editor H1XSON, - city, editor MONROE CITY, MO. TO CI UK ICItttlt "VFMf. TSkS l.'ixit.v tlMIB I U, uol'i A tl- rsui.a i i 'i n ssoli tobtoi in Wjlllier' W ItaVfl nrrnnired to m u- n I lew loitim on liiirli v-i :! furtiiH ;foptiic next :u Ih nt pr ni intcri'Nt iiud ii hiuimi ex- Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurlst, Hannibal, Mo. A. v. Barr, formerly of this city, has aold his poultry busi ness in Hannibal t .J- Belby, d Qulncy. Tin reason for the wic was bad health. Wlii I in tin city trading with the merchants, William llosserl i near Spalding, called at the )kmocuaT office and left n sub' j tuntlal token his regard for t he paper. For trade or sale, n good set t buggy harness, Apply to WaLTBM H. Moss. i Mrs. C. M, Sullivan spent' Thursday In Hannlbtl. She met her sM-r. Mi-- Adelaide, win) was being taken to St. Louis, at Palmyra. The young lady v.-.is suffering with anendi- citis and was euroute to the May field Sanitar...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 April 1899

hockerv is Complimented. Sir- As yoa vrill voluntarily retire from your congressional duties in a few days, the under signed, the heads of the account ing system of the treasury fie- 1 parlment, desire in this manner to express to you our regrets at j i he loss which the government will experience in such retire-1 tuent, recoiftiislntf as we do that il Whk largely through J'OUf in ' Kirumtntultty that the act i July ill, IHII4. reorganising the accounting oitices of the depart ment, became a law, known as the Dockery act." it was mainly th" creature of your handiwork and will prove ,i hinting monument to your mem ory. lly its provisions the ac counting system has been great' Iv simplified, responsibility ac curately placed, and all per functory audits abolished. It Ins resulted in better audits, with greatly decreased force, and is proving in practice all that you claimed for it in the ory. Trusting that the public will not long be deprived of the ben efits of your ripe experience, ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 April 1899

! 1 FARMERS IT HAS BEEN MY OBJECT IN BUSINESS ALWAYS TO BUY THE BEST GOODS THE HARKET AFFORDS m And Having had the experience can give my patrons the advantage jf I now bavo Complete Stocks of - - - Collins Morrison, Bradlav, Moline Plows, and Cultivators including the Genuine New Departure Cultivator, manufactured by Pattee Plow (ss Co,, Moline and Brown Corn Planters, Harrows, Etc, Also the ts Janesville Disc Cultivator, it il you arc in need of a Buggy, Surrey. Koad Wagon.or aiih-iftjin the vclii'dcr line: it will pay you to inspect nry line as nxy Price Defy (w 52rr Cwripetttron. COCk STOVES, Ttc Bridge and Beach, Superior, and Cliartcr Oaks arc by far the best Cookers made, (S i TUB DEMOCRAT W. jL FOUSE, Editor- P- If. HIXSCN, Gly, Idlter. , Terms.. - - I Democracy goen Into the bat I tie with all ti lists ami monop ' nrles arrayed against it. It is ! also true-that these Maine trusts are no more -than legalised rob $f Per Year. ' hers made so by legislation of 1 our Republican...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 April 1899

Monroe City Democrat VOL. 12. ), Art Melsoil made a buni uess trip to Palmyra Saturday. A. s. Jayne made a business trip to Woodland Saturday. (it'i). Mocssner had 11 glorious time rid,nguihe Woodman goat Friday night. Win. Bastian and wife, of Hunnewell, came down Satur day tn spend Banter in tlie city. Miss Clara Liggett. of Lake nan came down Friday to re main over Banter with her friend, Mrs. Hlllery H. Hardy. Gardner Wade's smiling coun tenance can be found behind the counterH of the J. J. Rogers department store now. ('. V, Smith, editor of the La clede Blade, dropped into the DttMOC'ltAI office for a fraternal visit, lb- and the Blade art getting along nicely. Misses Blanch Thlehoff, Vel ma Leake, Julia Spalding anil Messrs Hermon Davis, 10. O'Daniel and Yahcy Thlehoff. of Hunnewell wen- visitors in I In- rit y Easter Sunday. Maj. K. B. Rristow. Hon. W. T. Ragland, H. J, Lear, Ben Swlgart, Walter Obert, 10s quire 10. Lear, J. H. Lanluii and l w. B, Ragland wen- court lug at B...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 April 1899

Spalding Is putting mi airs the days. It has another itn'ivhaiit Early Ureggory. Mi.-j vie Dillner. it Elgin, Kan, is visiting; her ;uiut. Mrs. Sophia Young. Mrs. June McGlutlilin in at lending court at Nhelbyville l his week. Mr. Howell, of Spalding and .Miss Barbara Andrus, of Han nibal were married yesterday by Fr McLaughlin. TIk' Ladies Aid Society of Baptist Church will have a bazaar May the 7 for the benefit of their church, K. Manning Walker ran like a whitehead, but this ruce Was nothipg to .1. .1. Brown's mi the special ticket. Mrs. .1. i Baxter and daugh ter, Miss Kftie. d! Huntington, wen- the quests of daughter and sister. Mrs. VV. L. Bond, Tuesday. COUNTY LINK ITKMS. Rev. Kr, Shiel, of St. I'aid. will nay ! mass at Brush ('reek. Sunday. .HlOgH P'tuldft went to New Monday. i .ondon WEST END NOTES. Snow! snow!! Ami .-till it snows which impresses the old adage. "A black Christmas and a white Biutsr. " ft U said by those who reaped a har vest oi ice, that it i- keeDlnu nlc...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 April 1899

I $285vs$47.50GET OUR PRICES Len Able of near La ken an, ' was taken to St Joe Asylum Saturday, P. L. Pettit came In off of the j road to spend Piaster with hisi interestinir familv. t J: Miss Celia Elliott, after a : pleasant visit with liei sister, Mrs. Ceo. Deters, of Quincy, re j turned home Saturday. Miss 13essie Powler, one of, the belles of Bunnewell camel down Friday and remained un- 1 til after Easter with friends. Barton Laughlin struclc it rich on the ririst round at Port Arthur. Me holds the position; of shinning clerk on the warf. ' J : at :! per day, :i Mens "Siia Proof Rubb:r Boots Mens 'Boston" Rubber Boots $3.00 $2.50 i A, BOULWARE & SON. Jolly Joe Carmody spent Blas ter with his pa and ma in Han nibal. It begins to look as though Joe had a little cousin down there. FOR RENT. A house with three or four rooms. Apply to A. H. Warner or J. A. Melson & Co. If you had any idea how much better these Hart, SchafTher & Marx suits are than ordinary clothes you wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 April 1899

THE OLD ARMCHAm. riOVO ft, Move it, ar.ii who shall In re Trv ohtde me tor loving Hum old arm tonlrY" An I xit ami dream f k- I x ISOgl jrotir r When Ufa MM bawling from oH Its (liLWU, WVts Un Him "f boyhood w-w toani- tt)(r I'll! lit , At lite Mart) yes n sfcrasget to care, litfllt, f I o ? it, modestly sitting there. T5al hOB Viol(J tffimi.iv t-Jn- tIi arm sttatr, Aral th kio'Hy rye ftftd the nweel. Aid A'C j;4im'f and wmtliirrf. yet lull ' men, K Sb-atc'd mother, tor since :vfc rent, I- m? old ohurcby ard, and within ny breast The liearl Rrf'H leader and thrill! with love j As the thoughts soar up to thai Home iihovo. t can we her yel a the soft sunlight V'.'it through the enrtaltw so purr. unit while, Aii i (oil 1 1 ice aoroirn on Iter old laee CHIP A she restedthsre in noonday nap, ; Muir oft have I ktieli by that old arm' eh aii An J whispered uy simple evening prayer, V i i scaeoely a thought that the Lord wo:iM liear, Vbr l snobs nr wo er oar. the world seemed luvir I seeni ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 April 1899

I J Read ar.d HeeJ. T)te Burlington train No. due at Monroe City at 1:10 p. ffl. now makes Connections the same OS night trains. The train will make connections between Kan s,i Learenworth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Li neon Neb., there connecting with fast west bound Denver train No. 1 for Colorado fjtlll, and Pacific coast. Erjuip- Sheriff Sale la Partition, STATU O ' UiMOUflt.l COOXTV OK MOKKOK.i Fly virltio M1 authority of and nntcr mi I ( ifot'fCf of ino rinriilt Ctinr-t of Monro; (liinnly, Miannirl. i., .( .ii.ii.ri W. Clark, SlwrllTiif I Momm counti, ttsrtiikal nl tUiiivured, ami nint.- mid ciivtrcd ut lh Ov lnui r Term iK'.'.itt 1 t iiiil o.nn in tin- I'urdlion Sail "f Duvlil 1, I Mvllotl PlaJnlUfya SSaSII Jti Itniirnian. Alii-t fj. I Ifnarmnti ami Klin M . Itonrnitin lirft-iiilnnt). 1 I vllt 'll nt jiulilii- auction tot lit) liltlict btO- dor lor Ciish in hiinil ultlie Wct frontdoor oi . the Vtirl llus- in UM CII.V of I'HriM. Oountr of Monroe ami Stale of Mlmniri, oil TlMrasy...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 April 1899

Crpir.1 Ard TtuMS Bitterly Condemned. O'li i til . M irc'.i 8. The Methodist preachers of Chicago l i , i c' y to a paper bj i F. Small. head ( i voctoh gy in the i f Chicago on "The ;l 1 1 ioh pirnl study to t "' -winch created i furore. v is notable mnlii' n i id nf the sub i anil trusts, and li i d pessimist ic tl' future they arc provoking others to J bitter and violent denunciation, and enclting others to such vis lonary and vicious schemes of' readjustment that we who are both conscientious and clear sighted Bad In these intellectual symptoms of our social disease an added complication and ag gravation of the ills. There seems to he no prnc-j tical alternative between, on the one hand, swelling the clam-; or of wild and Incoherent revolt, and, on the other hand, giving tie's moral support to conserv itism, most falsely and fatally i) called, which intensities the vils by denying that they ex- 1 1! because i lat. nee more and j If you will heed the symp I he belief tin torn S f...

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