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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 May 1902

V t t THEY ARE READY! Interesting; News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. MrtttttfrtfttfrtCfrttfr I 9 lb lb lb lb ib ib lb lb ib ib ib ib I ib New Ideas in Ladies Shirt Waists, Ready to Wear Skirts, C ainty Pretty Corset C overs Skirts and Gowns,J3C T m ii m Black Mercerized Petticoats, Hosiery in lace stripes, drop stitch and fancy z colors. Fancy parasols, fancy open work silk j and lisle thread gloves. New style corsets, 3 black moire and taffeta silks for waists and 3 skirts, silk foulards in lavender, blue, pale yel- S low and rose. Up-to-date styles in low shoes - and slippers. Ladies' dress and street hats. New 2 soft ribbons for neck and bows. Sash and belt zl pins, brooches, chatlaaine purses, new elastic 5 n belts, laces, insertions, Hamburg edges and all-overs, sheer - India, lemon, white and black, dotted Swisses, dainties in new E sE shades, organdies and mulls. E JNO. I. ROGERS. John Kendrick brought in and ! Miss Bessie Asbury spent sold 70 fleece Monday. j Sun...

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. — 15 May 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Kditor. H. P. IIIXSON, City Kditor. ff:RMS $1.00 PBR Yl-.AH Intend t the postufltenM Monro city, art second-i'lass matter. Ilo TELF.PHOM NO. 14 THURSDAY, MAY 15, L902 r- Peril Di Personal illustration, Cleveland Pluto Doaltr. In a recent speech Senator Carmack said thalGeneral Pun ston was the greatest Captain whoever wielded the jawbone of an at-s. Thl reminds lie preservative Curtis of Kansas of a story What did Samson slay his entities wit r" asked a school teacher of his class. No one Could answer. What Is tills?" inquired the teacher, touching the side ol bis cheek, "The jawbone of an ass," was the prompt reply. rested Jules Le Cultre said be believed the man stole because he was Starving, and Judge Newburyer, Part I., Special Sessions, found this to be true. He remnded Le Cultre, and when the culprit was brought ; before him again, said from the bench: "lu nhtwr! in rmn nrl I lit"" vim 'J J - - - " ' r. was that I might notify aid so cieties and missi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 May 1902

The G, M, Nichols Grocery is the place to get Goods to Feed Your Face. If you Watt th est You'll Find it Thre. And then, they always treat you fair. They give full weight, 16 01. to the pound. They willingly correct errors wherever they are found. to-day. Bo throw your prejudice away, step In then You'll never resrot it don't .von forget it. tRJCttb SOME BRIGHT JEWELS i Mf: Worth Reading From The Atlanta Constitution. CTAR K TREE! nffsr fnr fall 1901 and Havo a 77-YR. RECORD. built upon the. strong founda tion of nualitv. The stock we offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpas:;cr, in qual ity tho product DAY FRFICKT pack ireo, of all nrevious years rival, guarantee entire satisfartion Stark Fruit I!ook free u: on renutot. . ...... xw. nl( i ..I ' I . We PAY CASH;WSS-. ft, SSeg J Au.ung Paper of i all Kinds? AT REES' LUMBER YARD Corrugated carpet paper that will Last tor years and only costs a little, I do not intend for any thing to rot or rust in my lumber may know that T will yar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 May 1902

Coopervllle. H. I. Lear was a Hannibal visitor the first of last week. Misn Ota Wariner who has been visiting Mrs. Price Grif fith for the past wook returned to her home in Monroe City Saturday. OUie Hardesty. of In dian Creek, visited his uncle W. J. McLeod Wednesday. We are u;v to report Mr. Bono's family who has been suffering with small pox is some better. John Tnlley had a very bad spell of heart disease Sunday night of last week, Dr. Turner of Monroe City was the attend ing physician. Dr. W. B. A. McNutt, of Mon roe City made a professional call in Cooperville Monday Mrs. Lore Col vert and moth rr Mrs. Mollet visited Mrs. John Obert in New Market, Sunday. Uncle Lanta Colvert visited Mr. George Shaw's family In Monroe City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs John Vance of near Belleville visited Mrs. VanceV parent Mr. and Mrs. Tulley Sunday. Mrs. Mollie Bower ami son Charley visited Mrs. D. C. Hand ley tll2 first of last week. H. I. Lear and family visited Mr John Rogers and family near Bellev...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 May 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1902. NO 8 y FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. The Horse Ran With Man His Heels. Dragging at A terrible accident happened to James Wright, blacksmith. While drawing a uail from the foot of a vicious horse owued by Henderson and Son, the brute knocked him down and bolted. In some manner that even the eye witnesses could not see or understand, the long halter rope became looped or wound around Wright's leg and he was dragged on his back from Vine and Summer Streets to the end of the hitch rack one block south, there the horse turned at full speed and ran out to Main Street. In making the turn the body of the living man began to roll and bound on the hard gravel and cruel rocks near the wind mill. Across the street, the maddened brute checked its speed, the rope be came loosened and the bleeding bruised body lay on the ground where gentle hands placed it on a stretcher and took it to the Ely Hospital. At first it was thought that...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 May 1902

GRACIE'S SELF-DENIAL By S. F Surelle. "I wonder what I can do." paid Gracie Lamar as she sat in a larjre easy chair by the bell rope so that she could ring in case Aunt May. who was suffer ing with a violent headache, needed a servant. There she sat. Willi her chin retting ill Iter It-It liMlid, and the right in the at ni ot t he chair. thinUiny. She wore a light morning dress and slipper mis April day, for she lived in i !' tar .south: she must deep viij quiet here in the ItreMihX room next to Aunt May. 1 wonder what I can do: or ilu without this self -den i ai week. Everybody is talking! atjout it. Tom Biifxby say it the greatest nuisance out. He told me yesterday that his j mother is going to have a week ; of fa&t that will 'Staive a fel low out.' and lie isn't in for it I at all. 1 shamed Tom, because he I Is a deacon's son, but I wonder now if I could fast myself. Let! me see what I can do. fori must do sii methliig. All the girls! have decided on what they are. going to do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 May 1902

21 I i i i i BOYS! jj it LARGE I I OR SMALL You Have Always WANTED A Serviceable yLL of your friends read or 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 in sorrow, with you through life and leaves you onlv 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 8 yours, if you get delinquents to pay up...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 May 1902

I THE DEMOCRAT w. 3. house, Editor. It. i HIXSON, City Editor. $1.00 PEK VfcAH ire1 lit the poat offlre at Monroe City, nil ecoti1-clMa i . n tier. TELEPHONE NO. Mo. THURSDAY. MAY 22. W02. MmiNAN'T: No. Bill No. in Onlliii" ') nM'lnrlMjr the Id- nil f Ik MperMI Election Held on tli I in h ny of nnjr, I1MI-J f air the Pur ltne nf lHtliK the s.-n-. of the I.e-' IChI V"imiif the 4'lty of Monro., , MIhsi. ti r i I'pun n lroiuNtt Ion to lii-erea- the Debt of Nnld t'ily by CtrMtlaff Iebt r I.10U0 mi. I IkkiiIiic IIoiiiIm Therefor for the ' Piire of t.retfn(( mnl maintain- j tn It h System ftf'Kleetrlr Light: mid Providing lor thrlaatianie ami Suit ofHHld ItoudK: mid Providing for the imyinent or lnti r.nl on Nnld HiiimI and I " r rc hi i ii l- i Sinking I mnl far the I'nynirnl Thereof. m It orlainrtt Utj thf Mount t' Aldrrwrn of the il'l of Atttnrur, n fnllotcg: Hundred and Fifty dollni'd to pay the Interest on said bond as tliu same become due and payable. Suction 4. There is hereby dire...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 May 1902

TM 7 T BIG HARVEST IN SIGHT. And the Place to Buy Your Milwaukee Binders and Mowers And the Best Oil cn Earth is at F. W. Westhoff's. The Sutley Plows Have no Equals. The Sutley Buggies for Beau ty and Dura' bility SURPASS 'EM ALL. Farm iStXumber Wagons Ceneral Blacksmithing. Fancy line of novelties in toilet goods at J. J. Fitzpat-rick's. R. J. Bradley, of Hannibal, spent Sunday with relatives in the city. Capt. C. A. Cook, of Ely, was a business visitor in the city Saturday. Orders are taken by Werner The Tailor, if you must have that kind of work. Major Maddox, of Shiel, was a business visitor in the city. Friday. Oiner Jones, of Eindeu, was a business visitor in the city Friday. Miss Annie Terrill. of War ren, spent Friday in the city with friends. Milk oil sheep dip, any quan tity at. Wood & Umstattd's. Dr. David Bohrer, of Kirks villi has been visiting the home-folks. T. E. Fitzpatrick spent Mon day in the City of Flowers with relatives. Butter and eggs bring y iu the most...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 May 1902

THE DbxViOCRAT VV. J. ROUHB, Editor K. F. HIXHON, City Editor. firmi $I.OO bK VbAk I ntfi .utile post office at lloutM i:il, Mo. as second-class matter. r.-r : TELtPHONE MO. M THURSDAY. MAY 22. 1902 You want money, we want The Foolishness of Folks, butter and etfgs and pay the "What I can't on'erstan." I I highest price for them. j said Brother Dickey, "is de j Sharp & Donley. foolishness er folks in buildin' an' plantin', en buyin' en sellin' The Democrat is in receipt rjght QW bt,Wrt! En yit) we of tin Invitation to attend the, iuman9 ig harder ter acC0UHt me liniror the Northeast Mil j fer dan what de dumb animals Kaiiroad lime laoies. soin i Press AssociationQat War- is. Look at de people what It you iicea a Hid mill or pump see R. MANNING Walk KK. Will R. Buckman received ijUHO for his black saddle horse, Paul While. Acme Food fur oale at Hay den's Livery Hani. Every buck et guaranteed. Misses Mae Ely. Lena Evans and Bennie Stevens K"i H benefit ot the review schuul held at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 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 it Thre. And then, they always treat you fair. They give full weight, 1G oz. to the pound They willingly correct errors wherever they ;ire found. So throw your prejudice away, step in there to-day, You'll never regret it, don't you forget it. CTAR K TREES M offor for fall 19C1 and Ipl Have a 77-YR. RECORD, built upon tho Btrong founda tion nf nnjilit.v. 'Min KtocV W3 and enrinc 1002 surpasses !n qual ity tho product niV roriliT Dox ana pacK ireo miarantee Isafe ar- StaiiK Fr.urr Book free upon request. 1V, DIV fiCU each WEEK and want more CTARK KSfflfflf Ifi" We PAY CASH saie8meiu OtttatawtrnkflPffflffe,,. of all Ttrnvioua vonra. rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. J 1 3u.L 11 ig Paper of al! Kinds AT REES' LUMBER YARD. Corrugated carpet paper that will last tor years only costs a little. I do not intend for any thing to or rust In my lumber yard. I only say this that may know tha...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 May 1902

mwmmmmnwwmwmmmwmwmmmwmmmmmmmmnTmmfnmmmwmmmwK I Now Ready For Business! 1 Buggies, Surries Road Wagons and Runabouts. 3 A LOaO JUSt KCCeiVeO moth stock of harness, saddles, etc. 3 Everything fresh, new and up-to-date. Even the prices are new because so low they will fit your pocket book. E3 C. M. SULLIVAN, At the New Stand Opposite F. & M. Bank. 3 U4 444 iiiiUiam U4 U4 4U Ul Ui 111 UiUUiUiiil U4 Ui Hi 414 1U lUUliiilii liliUU U4U1 144 Hatch. Corn plowing llic order of the day with the farmers. Wheat crop very Battering. Misses Sadie Hagar and AUie Fahy visited here Sunday Mij AnnieKeithley is spend ing the week with Miss Minnie Finks in your city A large crowd heard mass at St. Peters Church Sunday. Robert Bird is convalescent. Whitley Watson, of Marion I County spent Sunday here at the home of his parents. Everybody will spend the j third Sunday in June it the ' famous resort, Spalding j Springs. Born, to the wife of James; Elliott Sunday night a line boy. j All parties doin wel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 May 1902

4 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1902. NO 9 W1THERUP HANGED. Justice, If Not Law. Mobs Caused Sentimental Juries. By ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Sunday morning Abraham Witherup the murderer of young Grow was hanged by a mob of twenty five men at Paris from the Palmyra. Salt River wagon bridge. Justice if not law has beeu vindicated. The mob overpowered the Sheriff and his deputies and with sledges and iron bars smashed their way to Witherup's cell, after that, it was a long rope and quick work. Stephen Grow father of the murdered boy led the mob and pushed Witherup from the rail into eternity. When arrested the brutal murderer was calmly sitting at the table with the victims moth er eating his dinner. He bad cone to Grow's to notify them that young Grow was missing. The rauruerpr s death was a brutal one, but not half as bru tal as that of the death of young Grow, nor one half as sickening as t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 May 1902

u Lion Coffd CROWNED KING Edward, King of England; Alplionso, King of Spain; Lion, IZing of Coffees, Fit for any king; fit for you. N.- glased with any cheap, noxious Coating; never told in bulk. Uniform quality acid frehlipii urn Insured by the Healed iu-ka;u. I TOLD YOL SO." From the tirookhvid Messenger. A study of human nature is atnualng, provided you take your bearings from the proper view point. Tlie disposition to beaCCOUCt ed wise not unfrequefitly leads people Into many unfortunate and embarrassing situations, out of which their only means of extradition is, "I told you so:" when, the sober truth is, they told you just to the con trary. It is said, that a certain gen tleman never reported either a fortunate or unfortunate cir cumstance to his better half, but that she immediately de clared "I told you 80." One day rushing Into the .house in great apparent excitement, he exclaimed, "great scott! wife, the calf haseaten up the grind stone." Whereupon she forth with replied "...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 May 1902

BOYS! w LARGE You Have Always WANTED A Serviceable yLL of your friends read or at least they should read The Monuoe City Democrat because it gives t he church I OROTIC AT T 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 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 arreag...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 May 1902

THE DEMOCRAT because these rbbers well Know mat their little game ot VV. J. ROUSE, Editor. U. f. HIXSON, City Editor. (CKMS $1.00 PER YEAR t tcrert at the poet office at Monroe City, Mo. as ond . matter. TELEPHONE NO. robbery will be stopped. J. Kelly Pool is one of the brightest newspaper men in Missouri and his Centralia Courier one of our best ex- began the 12th work last week, continue to be a ot the Demo changes. It year .f its Long inn v it power is the wish CHAT. THURSDAY. MAY 20, 1002. Kail not, talter not, weary not in standing up for the rights of the masses. Don't criticise the meat trust tor t lie mgh price 01 beet. It is the Republican party that is responsible. The civilized code ot war lias been disregarded by the Americans in the unholy war against the Pilippinos. Every Democrat in Monroe County should attend the mass meeting at their respective voting precincts, Saturday June 7. Every Democrat owes it to his party to go to the precinct mas meetings and aid in the se...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 May 1902

j SPRING & SUMMER 1 I a: dress goods ai I g- "35 P . Children Like We have never before shown such a fc Sski the varied and excellent line of 3 I P "M" Wash 1 r rHHi Goods They are nicely made, and nbove all comfortable to wear. The tape suspender principle carries all the strain from the shoulder, doing away with that dragging feeling common in all other waists What brings comfort to the children is pleasing to the mother. They are better in every respect, wear longer and cost no more than tbe infer ior kinds. ASK TO SEE THEM. The new einehams. lawns, zeohvr tissues. batiste, madras, etc, are things of beauty. Our white goods stock contains the best things of the season. We show an extensive line of the open stripes that are so popular this season. Ready Made Shirt Waists in White & Colors 39c to $3,50 I Ready to Wear Wool Skirts $2.00 to $10.00 E Petticoats, black mercerized $1. to $3., excellent material. 3 Muslin underwear, daintily trimmed, full cut and well made, but p...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 May 1902

THE DEMOCRAT . .!. lousk, Editor. r BIX SON, City Editor. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. I I.KMS $1.00 PfJK VfcAH i the poet office at Monroe City, Mo. Mcoi:d-clai. matter. TRLF-PHONi": NO. 14 The famous easy washer, MAPLE CITY SELF-WASHING SOAl'works erfectly in hard water. Hiram Underhill was visiting relatives near Hannibal Thins tiny. Mrs. VV. E Lee spent the major portion of last week with friends at Warren. THUKSDAY. MAY 29. 1902 You want money, we want i butter and eggs and pay the highest price for them. Shaup & Donley. P J. Pons marketed his 47 j M Carrico and daughter, fleece Thursday 'Miss Bessie, were Quincy visi tors the latter portion of last We will have m til b x sale R M. Walker. I week. After a pleasant visit with I. P. Stephens was a business the immefoik, O. E. Wariuner .visitor in Ely, Thursday. If you need a wind mill or pump see. R. MANNING WALK KB. VV. R. P. Jackson marketed his wool clip of 10 fleece Thurs day. R. Manning Walker has sold...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 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 ItThare. And then, tliev always treat you fair. They give full weight, 10 oz. to the pound. They willingly correct errors wherever they are found. So throw join' pre II dice nwny, Rtep in then; to-day, You'll never rogrc-t it, don't you lorgt-t it. I -TBI Ice Boxes, Freezers9 and Oil Stoves Are all needed now. Get them while the stock is full. Will you need a cultivator We have a large line. R. MANNING WALKER. Tn i Delimit i Ji Piiiii I icei iciij STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the The Imported Percheron Stallion NO 44029 I ,nv- Will make season 11(02 at V. 0. Spal dtng'a farm known as the Polen Hays' farm, 1 1-4 miles southeast of Indian Creek and ti miles from Mon roe City. TKRMS, $15 to insure living eolt. When mare is sold service fee due. Will not bo responsible for accidents. DESCRIPTION. Patinelr MOM i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 May 1902

CORRESPONDENTS. Newsy Hem Complied for us by our Country Correspondents. Conpervllle. Mrs. Qtorgt Howe r-t nr nt-l Thuiaday from Moberly, where slie bftd been to attend the wed ding ol Imt brother, 'Arthur Kiucaid. Uncle Lanta Oolvert visited Richard White near Warren. Tuesday Mrs Jesse Humphrey and two children of Monroe City is Visiting her sister, Mrs. Bono this week. Mrs. Lanniger and daughter Miss Mabel, visited Mrs. Lanni gcr's father. Mr. Itislt, Sunday. Miss Jessie Colvert left Hat urday for JPalinyra where she will attend commencement ex ercises. John Sherman of Monroe anil George Bhearman ol California visited Mr and Mrs. George HoweFriduy. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Griffith bad quite an exciting time with a big black snake in the house last Thursday nighl Mr. Griffith was compelled to kill it which was against bis Incllna-ation. Special Notice. All parties owing the firm of Williamson & Bull are this day notified their accounts are due and must be settled at once. All accoun...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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