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

4y ) ) .7 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1902. NO 10 TOWN AND COUNTRY. Patt, Present and FuturejDolngs that may be of Interest to You. Miss M;ie Lear, of Cooper ville, spent a portion of the week witli Palmyra friends. W. G. Williamson, wife and master Gerald, spent Sunday with the hoinefolks near hunne well. Mrs. Maiy Norman Is visiting her son Harry at El Paso, Tex., where he is connected with a newspaper. Thomas P. Fields, St. Louis, is spending the week in the city with friends. Tom is now railroading on the Katy. J. T. Spalding has finished drilling a well for Butler and T.J.Yates. It is 110 feet deep and has a fine How of water. Miss Ruth McAtee one of the dear girls of the Saccharine vil lage up the road, spent the lat ter part of the week here with friends. H. Foley spent a portion of last week in limping around. Playing ball did it, but he was too lame to go to Shelbina Sun day. Why? A little queer. Sam G. Dem -aree, a business man 53...

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. — 5 June 1902

CHARLEY'S MOTHER. She was little and old and quite shabbily dressed. She had some trouble in getting on the car for, not being used to city life she knew nothing about the "stoppage cross ing." and so patiently waited at the wrong corner thus al lowing two cars to pass her. At last the third gnpman. more observant than either of the others, motioned to her to cross the street, and slowly and with difficulty she climbed the steps. Holding on tightly toiler basket The car start ed before the had secured a eat and iie was nearly thrown to the 11 01 : but at length she was sealed between two men, one of whom was reading the morning paper. Tile old lady glanced timidly around. but the passengers seemed unsympathetic i'tid en grossed in their own affairs. How different was every one in this large city from the friend ly neighbors out at Salisbury. "Fare!" shouted the conduc tor so close to her ears that she started nervously. It took her some time to pull off her neat ly darned cotton glo...

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. — 5 June 1902

0 BOYS! iiLARGEf I 1 OR SMALL '' You Have Always WANTED A Serviceable yLLof your friends read or at least they should read The Monuoe City Democuat 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 iT 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 ;s yours, if you get delinquents to pay up arreages ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 June 1902

THE DEMOCRAT I ROUTES ESTABLISHED. W. J. HOUSE, Editor. i. F. HIXSON, City Kditor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR ! lend at the poat office at Monroe City, aa aecond-claaa matter. Mo. TELEPHONE NO. li THURSDA Y. JUNE 5 1902. IT IS SIZZLING HOT. Little Mt. Pelee Broke Loose i.i the Court of Honor Lodge. "That is an unknown truth." 'You tell 'em to kiss my foot" and other retorts more express ive than polite have been hurl eel by members of the lodge of the Court of Honor at each other. Trouble has been brewing for sometime, but now tilings "are busted" and desolation will be in the wake of the eruption. Dr. P. S. Turner, medical ex aminer, is trying to hold the lodge together and A, J Nolen is ine head of the secession ele DliMitand has gone so far as to apply to the' high much a muck at Springfield, III . for a new charter. Excuses for the jamboree was found in the way finances were handled, in the entertainments given by the Court and in the purchase of a handsome piano Some of the members w...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 June 1902

UNO. J. ROGERS I MMMMMMIHMMfiMNMtlNliMF We have decided to give the people of this vicinity an opportunity to buy goods cheap early in the season while they can use them to good advantage. We have been busy several days marking down and preparing the greatest sale of mer chandise ever held in this city. SHOES. (TABLE NO. 1) Misses' and children's slippers worth 50c for 35c. Misses' and children's slippers worth 75c, H5c and 90c for 50c. Ladies' shoes worth f3 and $3 50 for $1.50. Lawns and Dimities, Lawns and dimities worth 7c to 8c now 5c. 124c to 15c now 10. Carpets Short lengths less than 25 yards at 33:V per cent dis count. Carpets, portiers and house furnishings reduced for this sale. Corsets All our stock of broken sizes at half price. We may have your size and save you 50 per cent. Ribbons and Velvets . Very wide ri bbons for sashes worth 65c to 75c for 35c. A few fancy ribbons, balance of Carson & Co. stock at half'price. Good, honest shoes are the kind you want. We sell...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 June 1902

I THE DEMOCRAT VV. .!. ROUSE, Editor. It. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR Miss Blanch Thiehoff spent Monday with the homefolks up at the Saccharine village. Prof. J. T. Vaughn came down from Kirksvill' Monday to visit relatives and friends. h second-class matter. Some one has said thatTeddv ! the accident will go into history ruedtthc post "Bice at Monroe City. Mo. j w j , n W, ,. : n ,r, Rnni,Br m Prof. Byron McParland is at home ajrain. He has spent the school year at Slater teaching. Prof. T. Berry Smith, of Cen tral Colleire. Favette. Mo.. TELEPHONE NO. II THURSDAY. JUNE 5 1902. JOLLY TWELVE Entertains The Jolly Dozen At Minis terial Whist and Luncheon. his Get cash price on flour at Sharp & Donley's. William Wadsworth brought in his 95 fleece. We will have mail box sale it. m. Walker. spent Thursday in the city with friends. foes If you need a wind mill or pump see. R. MANNING Walk EH. Acme Food tor sale at Hay den s Livery Barn. Every buck et guaranteed. Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 June 1902

W gjffl "W. "IP W p1 l I 1 ICE! ICE! fl I x l STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the fj Barber Shop Under the Hotel or Telephone 71 or 74. i I The Imported Percheron Stallion TIJSTESIIR, NO 44029 DUKE OF OAKS The Best Jack in Eastern Missouri Will matoe li)02 at same place. TERMS. $6 to insure livlnp colt. For pedigree see V. C. Spalding- Monroe Draft Horse Co. Owners. Will make season 1902 at V. C. Spal ding's farm known as the Polen Elays' farm, 1 1-4 miles southeast of Indian Creek and miles from Mon roe City. TERMS. 116 to Insure living colt. When mare is sold Mr V lee fee due. Will not be responsible for asicidents. DKSCKII'TION. Patineir 4402!) is a black Percheron ! tall ion 4 years old, weighs l!l"i0 pounds, was im ported from France in l'JOl by J. Crouch Jfc Son., Props. LaFayette Stock Farm, has great bone, finish and action. Just a Few It's; If You Please If I charged it, when you ask ed me, you ought ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 June 1902

Linwood Links. Plenty of rain at present. Corn and wheat are looking fine in thi& section. Mrs. C. E. Wood and children were the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. P. Warren near this place Friday. Eva Wilson, of Sunnyside, was the guest of Mrs. Geo. Kel ler last week. Mrs. K. S. Keilhley and niece Mrs. Allie Wilson, left Wednes day for Nevada City, co attend court at that place. The Ice Cream Supper which was given at the home of Otis Gibbons, last Wednesday night, for the benefit of the Ariel Sun day School was largely attend ed. The proceeds amounting to about $10. 00 dollars. Mrs. J. H. Warren and son, Keithley, are visitiug Miss Isla Terrill took in the commencement exercises of La Grange College. BOER WAR IS OVER. Mrs. O. F. Woodson and chil dren, of Clarence, spent Sunday in the city with theirtifriends. W. G. Caldwell and wife. Royally Entertained. Misses Hattie and Lula Bond royally entertained a coterie of their lady friends at the home ! of their brother, W. L. Bond, Thursd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 June 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1902. NO 11 .CITY COUNCIL MEETS Rids for $15,000 Worth of City Bonds Opened. Hannibal Bank (iets Them. The City Council met in the Council Room Friday evening JuneO, 1902, to transact city business. All members, J. W. Hell. D. D. Melson, D. A.Ely, J. H. McCHn tic, W. T. Rutledge, J. S, Scott and A. Boulware were present. Hon. A. Boulware presiding. The bids were opened and found to be as follows: Sale of Bonds SIB.oOO S percent, DID, W0 t0h, --! Juuu B, lOOsi, Successful Hldlcr. Bank of Hannibal BannttMtl Mo otiicr Bidden. FurmursA Men limits Hk Hannibal M ii it Ifndd Monroe City Mo Jno Nuvcn A Co Chicago 111 w J Bay A Bout Cleveland O ... . w H Dulany Uaunibal Mo same token of friendship and regard rinds its way to a sick chamber, it is a sweet glimpse of the outer world and with it comes the knowledge, some one cares. Yes it is a kindly :irr :i 1 tioiifh t f n 1 act. Oflfl which trouble' Episcopal church into ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 June 1902

Enduring Paints 1 'at ton 's Sun Proof Paints endure in any kinil of wcntlier. Tin y lire appreciated most iii the- worst climates, 'f hey (ire guaranteed to Wttir ;, for five years but Vary likely you need not have lo repaint then unless you wish to. Tliey endure becauae the Ingredient! arc pure, the proportiona ( Pat- ton's secret) arc Correcti tlte mixing and Knurling done by powerful, exact machines. MomabOUt paint in our free book of paint knowledge, Seiul for it. Liberal inducement to point deelere. PATTON PAINT COMPANY, Milwaukee, Wlsv J. J. Fitzpatrick, THE DRUGGIST, MONROE CITY, MO. NXV CO ft A W FT I V : Sun Proof THE DEMOCRAT V. .1. ROUSK, Editor. II. F. HIXSON, City Editor. I I It MS $1.00 l'l:K VtAH Mrs. Ran Sullivan was a Quincy visitor last week. Ford Wood spent Sunday with the hotnefolks at Lentner. !i you need ;i wind mill or pump see. R. Manning Walk-ku. ftteredettho poatofflceat Monroe City, Mo. as Reeondcasi natter. TELEPHONE NO. Mrs. S. Utah and mouth'-. 1). Sha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 June 1902

story, potent in significance, mid nllame Willi human interest. Matter there was In abundance, for English speaking people arc cloiiocnt, but the best-only I he best, only the great, the brilliant, the worthy to endure, has been the guiding rule or Mr. Heed and bis colleagues. Their editorial labors have been Immense. While libraries and musty flics were bclig delved into In a hundred places while famunus men iwcre puitlng into manuscript their brain children while reminiscence, repartee nnd alory were being reduced to type, and speeches, ad dtMltf and IccUirct. which mouev could nol buy, were lu friendships name being ofTcred. Mr. Keed was preparl'ig fof this work hla most ambitious contributions la literature his piece de resistance Oratory Past and Present " I'rof. Lorenzo Hears, beloved and honored In many lands for his critical and contributory work In litera ture was writing "The HlMorv of Aftcr lMnner Ppcaklng. So with Champ l lark, Edward Everett Hale. Senator Dolllvtr and H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 June 1902

THE DEMOCRAT v. J. ROUSE, Editor. n. P. HlXSON. City Editor. ifiRMS $1.00 PBR VI;AK Mo. Mac I) ten upi press, details of ci ime, commission of Beca use t In- deta What's The Matter. The following from the Kiiks ville Graphic, one of the staunch Republican papers, in dicates that all is not serene in the Republican camp: "While Richard Kerens la yo ing ;.'out all over tiie state talking harmouy, it is evident that the only harmony hefavors is tiie quiet submission of the decent Republicans of the state to the dictation of himself and the corrupt gang that lianas on to his coat tail in hopes of yet ting a share in the spoils of Office. Wherever he has a foot hold, his following is made up been said and writ-of the worst element 111 the Re I in-rri ill tin' lot office Kt Monroe City. A MTond-claftn mutter. TIIII'IKIM Ml. 14 THURSDAY, JUNE V2 in OS Th Press and Crime. I Special Sale of Summer Goods! I B, ANDERSON- We have reduced all SUMMER GOODS and now offer bargains in every line V o...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 June 1902

IF YOU NEED TWINE OR A MACHINE TO CUT YOUR OAT CROP Give me a call and get prices. We still have some Buggies Come and get prices. STEEL RAKES ON HAND. R. MANNING WALKER. I i i i 4 Slippers cheap at -William-BON'S John Settle Jr., for North Dakota. left Monday Eral Caldwell was a business visitor In Paris Monday. Jno. L. Owen drove 21 head of stuff to market Monday. W. II. Elliott brought m a pretty hunch of black hogs Monday. The P. E. O.'s will meet with Mrs. J. G, Wade at 2:80 p. in. Saturday. White silk Hour is the best. White Silk Hour is at WILLIAMSON'S. of Woodland, visitor In the Dr. Agnes McNeil spent Sun day in Hannibal with ma. Penny Pictures x at x Belle Johnson's Studio Mrs. Al Kelley is spending the week with friends at Deer Creek. Miss Jennie Seymour spent Sunday very pleasantly with relatives In Palmyra. Have your clothes made by Werner The Tailor and spend your money at home. Robt. P. Smith paid the DEM OCRAT a short visit Monday but it was btgbly appreciated. Then ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 June 1902

needn't gel ;i scratch. Not a s i i i scratch." When Yale met Harvard on the gridiron Smadams was there, usually with a party of pretty girls, and his cheering shout followed many a long run. If there was a mix-up so serious that an unsophisticated observer would imagine! that the young men at tbe bottom of the pile would perish before they could be rescued Smadatn's cheerfulness always relieved tension. In course of time Smadams married, and not long ago he moved into a colony so literary that the formal greeting of the commuters is: "Hello, how are your royalties on your last book?" It was an edition de- A CHATRAII C.KMV. i "Wr are not in the college Fi iwiUrtLL or athletic club class this sea- ; son." said Smadams. modestly ..'....I ..... ...ill li. . .. ',. .-.I'll' Llirll enthusiastic 1 e will isy with tne i ucitaiioesiun til we get our hand in." "Bi t won't all the members of on i leam be badly knocked nu by UCll a game?" aslced Mrs. Merchant Prince. Not a bit of it, said Smad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 June 1902

BOYS! f LARGE 1 Si OROKJTATT 1 " OIVIALL J C3 You Have Always WANTED Serviceable yLLof your friends read' or at least they slinutd read The Monkoe 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 your friend ln 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...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 June 1902

f f f f f j CATCH Oi ID BE I IT! The way to do it and get there in elegant shape and style is to go to w b m w v VST-fC W f WHERE YOU WILL FIND The Best Surries, Road Wagons, Rubber Tired Road Wagons and Harness & Saddles Just as Neat The Low Prices Will Surprise You Linwood Links. Partners have begun to cut wheat in tills vicinity. Sunday School at Ariel was well attended Sunday. Arthur Hayden and wife, of Hop; Foni were the guests 0f his father .Sunday. A. C. Floyd had a ewe and two lambs killed by lightning during the storm Satutday. Squire J. II Warren and wife spent Sunday with (i. M. Kel ler and wife. Geo. Hart purchased a new binder of Geo. Young at Center Saturday Sudduth Alexander and sis ter Zora, attended preaching in Huntington Sunday night. Chas. Wood, wife and ehil- ' dren visited R. Keithley and i wife Sunday. Downing Garnett and W. Til ' ler attended childrens exer- i cises at Spalding Sunday night. Ed Floyd, of Hatch, made a business trip to Hannibal Mon- i day....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 June 1902

7 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1902. NO 12 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. P. Rut I), of Emden, was a business visitor in the city Thursday. Rev. William Calloway has moved his family to this city so as to be nearer his work. They reside on Winter between Chestnut and Oak Streets. His appointments are Warren 1st and 3rd Sunday in each month, and 2nd and -4th Sunday at New Salem church in Lincoln county. After we went to press last week, we learned that a por tion of the membership of the Grace Baptist church were having a nice lawn social at the Piersol nark on the south side. Rev. and Mrs.J. E. Hampton, of Lees Summit. Mo., spent the first ofjthe week in tl.e city with friends and relatives. He came over to attend the ceremonv of unveiling the monument at Bethlehem church erected to j the memory of his kinsman i Rev. Christie Gentry. Rev. J. M Fayette. Mo . was in 'he city with friends Sat...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 June 1902

AN HONEST BOY Or The l ad wjth a Snow Shovel ' S. Gidley. Bv W. tented bia note from Mrs. Max well and secured a position and in the eigteen years that have passed since he entered the es tablishment lie has steadily ris en from onejposition of trust to another, and today he is Mr. well's right-hand man and truate 1 adviser in all his vast bns'n . enterprise.. "Want yer sidewalk shcveled off. ma'atll? I'll have the snow all oil In a jiffy, if you say the word to go ahead, ma'am 'No, I guess not." said Mrs Maxwell, smiling down at the small hoy and the big snow hovel before, her. "My sir vanto always tattend to clear trig off the snow, and l wouldn't Poat Dispatch. care to hire any one else." The coal miners are out. "You needn't pay me, ma'am. They will be out more before I'll do ll for nothin', seeill' I the strike is over. New York ain't hi.sy, jest to show von Mail and Express (rep ) how much better I can do it ,v passport to Office "The than liny body else. Then may old man's be...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 June 1902

A LL of A BOYS! iLARGE 1 1 1 OR SMALL I You Have Always WANTED A Serviceable your friends read or at least they should read The Monroe 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 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...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 June 1902

THE DEMOCRAT Or 1 off, all wo i Ma SID slu VI int. cai Ii ail bo th be sa as Ui he hi ei cl th w ec n w U h v t fl a I li ir I t 1 I t r W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. IliHMS $1,00 PRR YhAH utered at the pot office at Monroe Olty, aa accoud-nlaaa matter. TELEPHONE no. Mo. I i THURSDAY, .JUNK 12 100:! Cooperville. Flora West and brother, riassard, visited Miss rdon, Sunday of last Mill Earl, Bettie wee I:. H. I. Lear and family visited Mr and Mrs. Price Young near Stone School Sunday. Mrs. Lou Culvert and daugh ter. Mis Jessie attended church at Warren Sunday. Miss May Lear attended the ice cream social at Warren Sat urday night. Mrs. Mollet is visiting Mrs. B J. McKnight, of Monroe City. Mrs. Mary Gandar returned borne last week from a visit with relatives in Clarence. Misses Clara Dimmitt, of Shelbina and Maud Stoddart, of Palmyra, are the quests of their cousin. Miss Mae Jackson, Snakes are plentiful in Coop erville. S. P. Griffith isn't the only one troubled with...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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