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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 May 1902

I r Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1902. NO 5 YOU SHOULD VOTE "YES" ON THE ELECTRIC LIGHT PROPOSITION BUCKMAN-REID. Big Ball and Banquet By M. E. S. Club In Their Honor. The marriage of W. R. Buck man and Miss Loretta Reid, of North Pork was arranged on the quiet to be a quiet one, but the M E. S. Club of which Will was a prominent member, said nay. The happy couple were unit ed in the bonds of wedlock by Rev. Fr. D. F. Sullivan in Shel bina Tuesday at 1:80 p. m. and it was their intention to take the Burlington train for a brid al trip, but the Club informed them that they had a prior claim on them and that Monroe City was as far as they could go until yesterday, because a big ball and banquet had been prepared in their honor. The groom whispered something in her ear, something sweet for her to hear and blushingly she placed herself and William in the bauds of the 2:04 Class once again. They arrived here on time and in a few hours the ball roo...

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. — 1 May 1902

St wmm?mmm & WF. HANDLE ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS. LARD. ETC. Why Ek,nCS, Grows Because the Fancy Groc ery line is cf a superior order and at the lowest prices. The staple line is of the most celebrated brands and Always Gives Satisfaction in Price and Quality, l Mt (k ' i It will be a pleasure , ' i to us to wait upon, . ' you or to fill your - order by .telephone. m m m SHARP & DONLEY, g ?5 TELEPHONE NO. a8 5 FROM SUNDANCE. The Girl Fran Sundance And Why She Went East. By kftOlft L. Forrester. "A most undignified, ill-bred young person. " Bess sat up with a jerk that hobbed the hammock violently and sent tlepillows flying onto the floor of 'the veranda, as she heard the v-aice from the libra ry. "Very nearly fifteen, Stan ley," it continued in a low. peevish tone that could only belong to Auat Cecilia. 'Three months older than Ethel are you listening to me, Stanley?" "Yes. motile1, dear." Stanley was always so patient and courteous. "But, you must re member that ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 May 1902

' t OR CM AT T I ----- a You Have Always WANTED A Serviceable f "R-VQl yl-l-ot your mends read or at least they should read m .-.,.-,.i-,,kiii.:iui .. .. jjr 1 The mon hoe City democrat JL, 1VjE 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 it terests. It is your friend health and happiness and yc ,, friend when you are m sorr with you through life leaves you onlv at the p and then with a gentle V remembrance. When yor , rself of a greate 0 r-- SON IE BRIGHT JEWELS Wort h Reading From The Atlanta (Ga.) Constitution. f little f The president doesn't pro P ose that anybody shall guess lim. He appointaan Oklaboman because he drinks anything ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 May 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Kdltor. H. b HIXSON. City Kdltor. TERMS $1.00 PP.R YEAR t titcrcd at the post office at Monroe City, u id . in- - matter. Mo. TELEPHONE NO. 14 THURSDAY. MAY 1. J.H02. ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. 1. W. Read spent Thurs day with friends in La-Grange Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Travis, ot Rensselaer, w.re in the city with friends Friday. Rev Trav is had been to Paris where the day before Rev. O. P. Richmond was installed as pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Paris. The Commission consis. ted of Rev. W. B. Foreman of Harbee of Pal E. Travis and S. Sterrett, of Memphis. Rev. myra. Rev. J, ruling elder W. Paris. Rev. J. W. Lewis, of Fulton, was In the city with friends Rev. H. F. Davis, of St. Louis, dropped in on the home folks Uncle Harry and Mis. Cary Saturday afternoon. Rev. P. Jan.ison, represent ing the St Louis Orphans Home, has been spending the week in the city in connection with his work. Rev. H B. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 May 1902

i aimmmmmmminmmmmnmmmmmmmmtnirmtt.K IJNO. J. ROGERS! Ready to Wear Clothing j i It's Moderate Cost. J For twenty-five years t lie selling of heller clothing for 2 E nien and boys has been the utmost strength and energy of the 3 Sj house of Jno. J. Rogers. We have not been satisfied to have 2 good. We have demanded the bet, but me chiefest of all is 2 E the making oncoHeiice of the hidden workmanship; the care 3 E. skill used to give style, fit and form to the clothing and 3 &z give permanency to its shapeness. 2 Big stock to select from. The best $15 suits are here. 4 r Take a look at our 75c and $1 shirts. I JNO. J. ROGERS. I Highest Market Price Paid for Wool, If you need a wind mill or pump see. It. Manninii Wai.u- Kit. Dr. and Mrs. McMailer pent the first of the week in Quincy. R, s. McOlintlc was looking after his legal intertsls in Han nibal, Monday. Mrs. Minnie Crow, ol Paril, lias been the cbarmlng guest of the Misses Settle. J. L, Owen took 22 head of butcher Btufl to H...

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

iMUBAMsl1 aMSaMSB Enduring Paints Pattern ' Bun Pmt i Palntsendarc in miy lami .f eygstfiar, Tin y an- atmrtf! "I moat III file worgt cllttiataa, Thtf are guaranteed to mrr welt tot Aw yaon but vervNkely jiiu man ma luiva m repaint tlian RnMaaytMl wish to. Tbn tndHM I" i auaa Ilia i i rradieiiU are cur'-, tlia proportioi ad'nt lon'a aacrvtj ara correct, tlia mixing ami pindlng dM ty powerful, eaad inachlnaa. Mora about paint lawr free lk oi paint knowledge, Hand for it. Lllx-rnl Imliicrrnaiits (mint dealers. PATTON PAINT COMPANY, MttwaiaftsMt, Wis. , J. J. Fitzpatrick, THE DRUGGIST, MONROE CITY, MO. PATTOrYS Sun Proof Paints T 11 E Off W OCR AT ! Til!: OLD POLITICIAN W, .r. riODSR, MiUtr H- V, BfXSON, City Kdttur. (If ttor (.HI- Smooll' Ami TriofcO, like His Irfca. II UMS $1.00 I OHM vtiAw Prn many moon 'Trie OlW tateied at iba poat offlc at n.inrM ,-i oiid ria MHM :iir, Telephone no. ZM THURSDAY. MAY I. Ii02 Chantry Brackley. i Bblel was a ijiisim-ss visitor in tin; city Thursday. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 May 1902

The G, M, Nichols Grocery is the place to get Goods to Feed Your Face. If you Want th est You'll Find itThre. 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 reirret it, don't von fortret It. CTAR K TREES offer for fall 1901 and sori Rave a 77-YR. RECORD. built upon the strong founda tion of aualitv. The stock wo offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses In qua! We PAY CASH ItV tho product niV rDnrilT box and pack free previous years. TYC rAl I 1 1 , guarantee safe OK free upon rent K LOUISIANA, HO ' of nil nrnvioua v rival, truarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. MOB WMB ana warn, mure salesmen. Outfit sent FREE. HunUTllle, Ala. Danullle, N. V..ete. H A Mespean Classic ' FRE351! J0JP 'm' (' "ot own il complete Shakespeare, or if you tit own i complete set and the notes are not sufficient Jj I jj lv ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 May 1902

f Having: Moved ; To the Large Room One Door South of Williamson's lam better prepared to sell you all kinds of First-class Harnessthan ever Wait until my stock of Baggies, Surrics, and Poad Wagons arrive before purchasing C. M. Sullivan. i ? 4 Stock Up. When People. The Mayor through the of- when people want the best, ! iicers Mis nao a neart to Heart , neatest and most durable i.iiK mm us and wants us to innir the HpM Rensselaer. Too late for lat week, Will Abrlght seemi to have .H ous ed tin: displeasure of a very perverse fate thU spring. He had scarcely re covered from the injuries received a few weeks. Age In a struggle with a young horie, when he fell from a wagon and broke a rib. Mrs. Andrew Brown has been '"ail ed to Independence, by the death of her brother-in-law. Mr, White, who is well known in thli neighborhood and bit death will he deeply regretted. Mr. tfnd Mrs. Chat. Medealf pnter tatned the young people latt Friday night at their home for Ernest Allen, who has board...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 May 1902

Monroe City Democrat. D I VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MAY 8, 1902. NO 6 t r ) V f YOU SHOULD VOTE "YES" ON THE ELECTRIC LIGHT PROPOSITION ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. Wm. Calaway filled ap pointments at Warren Sunday. Rev. W. R. Anderson will fill appointments at Pee Dee school house Sunday. Rev W. R. Anderson, who has been preaching for the Presbyterian congregation at this place during the past year, has been called by the Monroe City church for all of his time. Rev. J. E. Travis will have charge of the congregation at this place beginning next Sun day May 4th. Stoutsville Ban ner. Dubuque. Ia,, May 2. At an archdiocesan synod yesterday attended by about 170 Catholic priests, it was decided to make j leading idea is complyance with a salary limit ot $1,000 tor pas I law no one could object to its tors, the salary to be exclusive main feature, of perquisites, and to be pay- . The music was fine. There able only out ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 May 1902

j Green Groceries. I SHARP & DONLEY I I mi 1 ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF FRESH VEGETABLES. The Leaders in Staple and Fancy Groceries.. Prices Like the Goods, GiveSSatisfaction. twii.:: ... That is the reason that the number of customers constantly increase and then stay with us Meat of all Kinds But not at Trust Prices A SPY'S PllNISHMENjJhe;L;;eereuj: aainstthe J And the president spoke: The room was dingy and but ! "What do you mean to do?"! Merited. Around the "e cricu' poorly long table in its center were gathered the conspirators the men who had sworn to kill the czar. A strange looking appearance they made in the flickering candle light; some with fierce faces marked with the bitter lines of hunger and of hate; some with the enthusi astic and rapt expressiou of dreamers; others with the cold impassivity of great generals. One of the last-mentioned, colder, more impassive than the rest, sat at the foot of the table, facing the president. His manner showed not the slig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 May 1902

-- . ' - V 0 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 "D"yQ! ALL of your friends read o Mb i V. i t J . im J i - i i i i i i v II M WANTED A Serviceable W L A R G B I because it gives the church OSIVIALL, I news, the lodge news, the so- 1 . . . , . , (Ht wmwww nwww ww w w mmmmmi mi i mi li n iwi. mi m. n . .11 You Have domestic news A 1 ways news. It tells 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 in sorrow, with you through life and leaves you only at the grave and then with a gentle kindly remembrance. When you don't subscribe, you are depriving yourself of a greater bene fit than 1 can be to the editor. Get eight (8) new sub scribers to the Democrat, bring the names and money to this office and the watch ;s yours. If you get...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 May 1902

THE DEMOCRAT V ll g t: t! a fl v t 0 a c i ( c t t t t t 1 i 1 1 t i t 1 W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON. City Editor. I :KMS $I.OO PEK YLAU i lereO at the poll office at Monroe City, as aecond-clasi matter. Mo. 1 ELEPHONF. NO. II THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1902. GREAT RESULTS. show young men what integrity and energy will do in this country and not at the sugges tion of Mr. Rogers. The Arkansas crop of berries is said to be very line and un usually large. Spalding and Hickman, of fox bound fame received three cub "d foxes, Monday from Mr. Courtney, of Palmyra. They will ship them later to Iowa for COCrsing purposes. GOOD ROADS. Caused By A Combination of Energy Integrity and Pleasant Manners. From clerking some young men ii'-vt rise simply because their t; iv., test desire is to draw their .t buy and have a good time. Some look life square in the face and see a future and realize mat, that future, its successes, its defeats, pleas ures and its sorrows to a large degree depends pupon their ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 May 1902

800 YARDS NEW DIMITIES, WORTH i?l,2c THIS 1 WEEK lO CTS. S These are the best goods your can buy and beautiful patterns. WILLIAMSON. i i i 0 I i 0 Dr. J. J. Norton went to St. , Louis yesterday. Clay Underbill was a business! visitor in Hannibal Saturday. John W. Strean, the tonsorial artist, was courting in Paris, Friday. The latest and most chic things in wall paper at J. J PlTZ PATRICK'S. Abe Witherup was indicted Friday for the killing or mur dering of Will Grow. Butter and eggs bring y iu the most money when taken to Sharp & Donley' Attend the Court of Honor musical and festival at their hall on Friday evening May 16. THE SCHOOL BOARD W. G. Barger was a business visitor in Palmyra, Monday. Fancy line of novelties in toilet goods at J. J. Fitzpat RICK'S. Arch Br hop Corrigan died at bis home in New York. Monday after a short illness. The Burpee superior garden seed in bulk at A. H Greens. Fresh, pure drugs carefully compounded at J. J Fitzpat rick's If you have any clothes t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 May 1902

Coiy Corner, Lovtrt' Line, Luna City, Moon. PATTON PAINT CO., Gentlemen i I have always been intuited By the Man who'i in the San He has always been moat forward Since our cycle wu begun i And the lateil of hit doings That has made me grow quite faint. It the thine of hit Corona Since he used your Sun-Proof Paint. Now, the Sun attracts attention (From the planets) more than 1 1 So I asked what caused hit brightnett And he made this curt replyi I use " Patton's Paints " to paint with For they do not quickly fade. You should know they wear the longctt Of many hundreds that are made." I am writing you thit letter To obtain the agency i So, whene'er the Sun needs painting He will have to come to me. There is one more thing I 'm wanting To help hold him in restraint Forty gallons (silver color) Of your Patton's Sun. Proof Paint. Yours truly. The Man in the Moon. S ml for book of MM R IMIt)l4WI J flllWftH 1 PATTON PAINT COMPANY, Milwaukee, WiB. 4BaaV9Lmafe&). I a PJ --I. J. J. FITZPAT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 May 1902

The G, M, Nichols Gr ocery is the place to fet Goods to Feed Your Face. If you Want th est You'll Find itThre. And then, they always treat you fair. They give full weight, 10 ob. to the pound They willingly correct errors wherever they are found. So throw your prejudice ttwuy, step in there to-day, You'll never regret it, don't you forjfttt it. OLDEN TIMES In Monroe City Were Warm Ones, Now Laughed At. CTAR K TREES offor for fall 1901 and suri Have a 77-YR. RECORD, built upon the strong founda tion of aualitv. The stock wo offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses In qual ity tho product rAV rcnri'T box and pack freo, of all previous years. TTC SrA I I laivuill I .guarantee eafe ar L guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. Wa PAY I ASH :.r-. ,p Mriris Hunuyiiie, ata. V m t mm -s mrnwmm tJulcaUlUU VUWit dcuv t Dai 1 Daiuvllle, N. Y.,ete, Monte Black Squirrel. (NO. 776 X. 3. H. R.) Monte Blak Bqtllml Is a lit ntitlfiil liar -with a diamond slai, two whil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 May 1902

here Indian Creek. A large crowd attended raasn Sunday. Fred Hayden and Miss Emma Whittlcler. of Victor were married here Wednesday. After the ceremony was performed they droveto the home of the groom" unci's, .lames Smith, where a large crowd and a fine dinne: wa& awaiting them. Ollie Hardesty returned home the middle of the wick after a short visit with his best girl. Quite a number otour young people attended ihe dinner pnrty at Miss Venia Carrieo's. Sunday. John Williams elimbed the big hill Sunday', first time for a week. .lames f'usack was practicing open ing Shutting the patent gates Sunday afternoon. A social dance will bo given at Swinkry on Friday, May!". Uncle Joe Can ico went over to Quincy, Friday to have his eyes treat ed. Charles Montgomery will jump the broom stick. Wgdneday. OF COURSE YOU ARE Did you see Katie? She is playing the domestic this week, but looks just as neat and pretty as she did ns a sweet girl graduate. Some of the boys must have, fallen in love ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 May 1902

Monroe City Demccrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MAY 15, 1002. NO 7 REFEREE REVERSES His Decision and Gives "Spelin' Math" The Hay--Seeds. To It seems that decisions ren dered at the 'Spelin' Macli" by referee J. W. Johnston, caused considerahl e dissatisfaction. Rev. A. B. Book, having charge of the Monroe City Circuit, en tered a protest on the word, "Jacob's-ladder," but the pro test was not considered, which resulted In th championship being given to the Methodist of this city. Rev. Book insisted that the rules gave Webster as the last court of resort and that the word "Jacob's" without the apostrophe was incorrectly spelled. The referee was still in doubt so wrote Miss Mattie Weaver, of Mt. Sterling, III., who is one of the teachers in the Monroe City High School and in substance htr reply was: Formerly the letter E was used to denote the possessive case and that the apostrophe was adopted or used in its stead, and to drop the apostrophe was the equivalent of drop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 May 1902

I LETTIiR FROM JAPAN T! "l ,l,v "ml' .? !!! 'Milt 1 i i 1 1 tiM tyt M 1 1 II y Written Ily Rev. J. T. Proctor formerly oJ Monroe. Hue now, March 20 tit, 1002. Dear P. ihtri ym .i-.i tttiijul unlertiilti' I nn i In ('in mi-si' iflieiili iitld I lie kind ut food they yive U.i and i -in f I ;iui i iVIleil f.il u-. IWi Cl.i MM o! the christians mid the ii. Auulili) clttstes. Uy , - en 1 .mi (riven purely i in. i The christians! ive mi . - i he v iuiii weamiy Classes. On i . yesterday I ate with two ma lid inns and sum'.1 five of the gentry ol Liultu where I have .i chapel. This was what is culled a "Chinese feast," Tilers i a u eat dlffereiice In Hie ex- peiisM less ol tlleftO leasts. The i ! had yesterday was a very ordinary one. According to their custom they invited us Home ' (in ahead An I then on t he in i ni nt( of the I Mil a sec ond i itlce ! e it around lo M! tniuil you of the engagement. K it we do not ifo until a tliiril very plain ; mesaeimer comes to t'ii us themselves L,.,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 May 1902

I I I i BOYS! liLARGE 1 1 0R SMALL 1 You Have Always WANTED A Serviceable Jjhof your friends read or atast hey should read The Monuoe City Democrat because it gives the church news, thfl 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 in sorrow, with you through life and leaves you only at the grave and then with a gentle kindly remembrance. When you don't subscribe, you are depriving yourself of a greater bene fit than 1 can be to the editor. Get eight (8) new sub scribers to the Democrat, bring the names and money to this office and the watch S yours, if you get delinquents to pay up arreages an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 May 1902

L THE DEMOCRAT w 1 k v o I' i) 1) 0 Ol U ei ei r ti ei k T C ai A Cl ! ii jc i li I i W.J. HOUSE, Editor. ii. P. HIXSON, City Editor. I KRMS $1,00 PER VE AW M tul at tlic poit office at Monroe Cltjr, a 1 Him m niter. TELEPHONE NO. Mo. li Missouri is in a much better , awaiting them. After supper condition because her business they again returned to Indian Wan In the hards of the Demo- j Creek where their manyyoung crats. Republicans may howl , friends had congregataed to but if the people ar wise they celebrate the joyous occasion at will keep the Democrats on the social hop given in their guard, j honor. The bride and groom were both reared in tins immedi ate vicinity and need no words Ol praise irom us. rtiey were i The Imported ercheron Stallion NO 44029 Poi Globi THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1902. The Republican Phillipine policy will not bear inspection, Corrufi tasteful polilic;i lion in office to honest men parties. dis all Democracy be I level that American manhood not the trusts;' sho...

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