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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 June 1902

To econoiuiite in soap is to buy MAPLB CITY SELF-WASHING. y Miss Anna Rouse is the guest of her sister, Mrs T. P. Middle ton at Mokane Miss J. Sch rage of Quincy has been the guest of her broth er, W. J. Drake. Prank Abbott has purchased a first class en gine to run his separator with. J. T. Spalding, of near Creek Indian, has drilled a jim dandy 110 foot well for himself. E, Caldwell was looking after Masonic affairs at Hunnewell Saturday evening. William Renshaw of Quincy spent Sunday in the city with his friend, O. E. Parks. Lee Hixson of Pikej county, 111., spent Sunday in this city with his wife and friends. Mrs. Jennie Bond is visiting! her daughter, Mrs, Battle Ban nisler. Penny Pictures v AT v Belle Johnson's Studio Miss Lena Donley returned Saturday afternoon from a visit with friends in and near Shel bina. Mrs. Henry Schachtsick of Ely spent Sunday in this city with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Smith. If you buy rosiu separate from soap it may benelit you in some way, but it is ...

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. — 19 June 1902

Coiy Corner, Loveri' Lane Luna City, Moon. PATTON PAINT CO.. Gentlemen i I have always been fniultcd By the Man who's in the Sun i He hat always been most forward Since our cycle was begun t And the latest of his doings That has made me grow quite faint. Is the shine of his Corona Since he used your Sun-Proof Paint. Now. the Sun attracts attention (From the planets) more than I j So I asked what caused his brightness And he made this curt reply: ' I use ' Pattons Paints " to paint with For they do not quickly fade. You should know they wear the longest Of many hundreds that arc made." I am writing you this 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. N-nu fur bOOttOf Taint Knowledge AMI AdtftMlYMtf PATTON PAINT COMPANY, Milwaukee, Wis. J.J.FITZPATRICOruggist Monroe City, Mis...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 June 1902

story, potent In nlRnillPRnc, nd allnme with human Inturest. .Matter there was In Hlnii(liiiiL'e, for English spunking people nre eloquent, hut the best-only the best, only the ftreiit, the hrllllRiit, the worthy to endure, )een the jiuldiiiK rule of Mr Kee'l ami his rolit'Sgues. Theireilltorial labors have heen Immense. While libraries and musty files were battg delved Into In a hundred places -while fanaoni men i Wert putting into manuscript their bruin children while reminiscence, repartee and atory were helm? reduced to type, and speeches, ad iiescs and lectures, whic h money could not buy. were In friendship' name Mine offered, Mr. Reed was preparing for thli work his most ambitious contributions t i literature his piece de resistance Oratory Past and Present " Prof. Lorenzo Tars, beloved and honored In many lands for his critical and contributory work In litera ture was writing "The History of Aflcr-Dlnner Speaking. So with champ I lark. Edward Everett Hale. ItttatOf poltlver ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 June 1902

H H H BIG CLOSING OUT SALE! EIGHT THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF H Gent's Furnishing - Goods, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Piece Goods That flust be Closed Out in 60 Days war VHXrtv- 7. if . -"T-yi. OH. fi ffili ! traded for this stock and own it for less than fifty cents on the dollar and intend to give the people of "ffl Monroe City and vicinity the benefit of same. This stock is comnletp I i .4 l.! j. i. 1 .j. L. ....... - . . . V vui iiiiwiu, , as hui uccil pitNcuuui ui uuiei mg hiutKh Din was nougni Trom me oest factories in the country, such as Coopenhamer of Chicago and Jacksonville Woolen Mills, Noxall, and other brands equally as good. Not one piece in the house over 22 months old, as this stock was bought new less than two years ago and two-thirds of it in 1902 We have no old shop worn or shoddy stuff to offer you but up-to-date goods in every respect. ? A. fi To Convince the Public that I Mean What I Say I Will Quote Some Prices: lJE JT r JT W JF W M W M W & J & & B a 'm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 June 1902

V 1 Monroe City Democrat. "VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 26. 1902. NO 13 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. William Callaway mov ed li is family to Monroe City last week where they will make their future home. llev. Calla way is a flood citizen and our people were sorry to have him and his family leave here. We can heartily commend them to the good people of Monroe City as being peisons of the best type. La Grange Indicator. Rev. Dr. W. A. Hatch, form er.rector of St. Judes parish, but now of St. Louis, was in the city Thursday and conducted services at the church for his former Hock that evening. Rev. J, R Pentuff Ph D D. D., has accepted a very flatter ing offer to become one of the tutors at Stephens College, for next season. His work will begin Aug. 1st. B. Y. P. u. Officers. The following B. Y. P. U. of fers were elected at the 13 Y. P. U. State Convention at Han nibal last week. President Howard P. Smith, of Palmy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 June 1902

Atlantan's Big House Made Him a Sus: pect. That house was built in 1853" said an old pioneer the other day when we stopped fur a brief chat in front of the White hall street residence formerly Owned and occupied by tile t Weldon Mitchell It was probably the largest dwelling of tlie period.-' I re marked. "YuU are rifilit." was tlte an awcr, "and then- was a great de.il of talk about it. People came miles to i see t. and Luther J. Glen, l. . Pounds and oth ers then uullt similar residences 00 prac ic illy tile same plan. Hut Mr. Mitchell before Coming lo Atlanta, built anoth er Potable dwelling. It was on the Plat Shoals road, in Henry County, and it is doubtless still Standing. That was way bade in the forties, and 1 have been told that the country people in the neighbor hood raise a rum pus because the house was painted white and had green blinds. "They lived in log cabins and small unpaiuted cottages, and when the big house loomed up they were astonished beyond measure. They might...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 June 1902

f f BOYS! I & LARGE $ I OR SMALL tn- You Have Always WANTED A Serviceable i I 1ST LL of your friends read or A at least they should read The MoNnoK 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 I and then wfth 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) now sub scribers to the DEMOCRAT, bring the names and monrv to this office and the watch ;s yours. If you get delinquents ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 June 1902

HE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSK, Kditor. H. P. HIXSON, City Editor. IERMS $I.OOPER YEAK tit red at the poet officii at Monroe City, Mo. an Hcronrt-claaa maltr. 14 EW TILDEN CLUB. ivi I M'.j I i I 1 1 r V rirn. l.-l r. .1 Not Present. New York, June 20. The Til en Club's harmony barrel was apped last evening at its new lubliouse. on Broadway and eventy fifth Street, Ex Pres. leveland wielding one of the ury starters anu txnen.uoi ill another. Mr. Ury. in was invited hut as not inv ited to speak. He id not deign to answer the in' itation.i After a pleasant chat with ill, (leveland delivered a (fort speed) in which lie plead or lilden Democracy ana lor he party to abandon Bryanism. He was followed by Hill who Cdl il I llt;i"J air ... 'ill an uscript. We will send the value ol ne dollar and ten cents (1.10) 1 booklet, containing twenty even pen and ink photo-redtic-d sketches of Washington life y mail for ten cents (cash or amps) Q u e e n Victoria nitiht Sir John Tenniel for imilar artistic wo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 June 1902

til Great Values Very Little Prices. THIS week we have many pleasant surprises awaiting your inspection. Great values go hand in hand with lit'' tie prices. -"V A JY A. "WE'RE HERE WITH THE GOODS TO SERVE YOU." Lawns, Corded Dimities, Batiste Imported Ginghams, I White Goods Linens, Silk Tissues, at Extremely Low I Prices See our new linen and white shirt waists price $1 to $2.50. We have the best line of summer corsets in town. New. est things in ping pong sets. Belts and notions of all kinds, Special values in muslin underwear. Ladies' black hose 5, 10, 15, 25 and 35c. Ladies' vests 5, 10 15 and 25c. Our stocks of men s shirts comprise all the new and up'to'datc styles. We heve in our shoe stock the latest styles and we have some special values to offer Ladies' slippers to go cheap. Harvest is coming and you will need cups and saucers, plates, dishes and glassware We have just received new stock Please call and let us sell you what you want. H. Meeker lias shipped cars of lambs to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 June 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. II. t. IIIXSON, City Kdltor. TERMS SlOOraN VfcAH JTntered at Hie pnal office at Monroe Oltf, Mo. aa m'iii1 'Ihmm matter. rilllMIOM NO. it THURSDAY. JUNE 12 1902 Pancy line f noveltlet In toilet ROOtla at J. J. PlTZPAT men's. When you are convinced that the lieatlithe Cheatpeit, you will buy MAPLE CITY BELF-WASHING BOAt'i Miss Beaiie Dunn, of Louisi an, Mo., is the charming guest of her Interesting friend, Miss Bessie Blzea, of south of the city. .John McClintic, of II, mm? well, enruute home from Chica go where he had been with stock, was iii the city Thurs day with his son Jasper and better-half. Monroe City has made ar rangements to celebrate the fourth at the lair grounds. They have prepared an excel lent program, Stoutsville Ban ner. terrifying features of volcanic i nightly displays RggrtgatloR a eruption as seen in Mt Pelee's J cost of some $1, 500.00 Special Hairy B. Weise, of the U S Army at Prlsidio. Oal . sent th- Democrat .i pussier, it i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 June 1902

H K ft utorjr, polonl III MlBnirinsnco. mill nil, mm wllh human Inlori'M. Matter there wan In Ibundinoe, for Boillih peaking peopli are eloqienl, imt ihn tf only 11m h n ril, tho brilliant, the Wnrlhv to eudiiie, him bMn the itulilliiii ruin of Mr U'1 hiiiI Ilia riillimKl"'" 'I heir, dllnrliil la i hunn Inuneine. While lihrarlea and mumy Mil wnru bull k delvud IlltO til hundred phiie while i inn men Witt pulling into tnaninieripl llic lr lirnln ehlhlrun 'While nminlMinoo, rtpsrtM Mid nr were Mini reduced in troe. iiiil iMeonei, id dteiaea onii leoturei, which money uould not huf. weri In frloinlihlp name Ming nlli n il, Mr. Iteed wa prupiirluii fur thin wurli hie maul imhlMOM OOntribUllolll til fitenture. hit pitM d rtiliuuoe OtMprr PMl ind Preient Prof. Lorenio '"i hulovud and honored In uiiinv hnnlx I, u hl Orltloll mul eoiitrlhulory WON In llum tore III wrltlni "Th IIUlinv of Alter lilnner Hpeiklug. Hn Willi :tmn i link. Kilunnl KviTi lt llaln. rli mitiir llnlllvi r mul lliinilli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 June 1902

Indian Creek. Miss Bom Spalding is lying at tlie point of death at her Lome in this place. John L. Corley is here visit ing his mother and hi other Dr. J. B. Oorley and family. Ha is on his way home from Notre Dame Where hfl has recently graduated 111 law. with high honois having won a beautiful ohl medal in oratory. Mesdames Leake and Meyers, from Hunnewell. attended mass here Sunday and spent the re mainder (if the day Willi Mrr, M ggie O'Daniel. Miss RettH Paris died in Kill ton Sunday and was buried in the Da'e cemetery Tuesday. Prof. Pearl Abel while spend ing tlie week with P. II Hagau last week, took Miss Teresa driving Wednesday evening. Before they started the thlnklno to have some fuu changed tin- buggy wi is put APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AQINT . OH ADDKIItt H. E. WATTS, MOBERLY, MISSOURI. Mrs. Potterfield's parents, Joe Bandifer and wife. Will Eugle and family, of near the Stone School spent Sunday at the home of W. .1. McLeod. II. 1. Lear and family, spent I Sunday with Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 July 1902

C C Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 3. 1902. NO 14 TOWN AND COUNTRY. Past, Present and FuturefDoings that may be of Interest to You. Lamar Wood spent Sunday with the homefolks at Lentner. Dr. L. T. Bell was a business visitor in the Bluff City Mon day R. O. Ballard was looking after his interests in Hannibal Monday Yancey Thiehoff, of Hanni bal, spent Sunday in the city with friends. Mr. and Mrs. McGlasson, of Warren, were shopping in the city Monday. James T. Greeves is building an addition to his farm resid ence near Joanna. Miss Eva Powell, is the guest of Quincy friends and was lonesome Sunday. John R Buckman, of Clapper was a business visitor In the city Monday. Hon. W T. Ragland was looking after his. legal interests in New London Monday. Jno. L. Owen took 18 head of butcher stuff to Hannibal Mon day and James Settle 3 head. Eugene Mastin has in 1200 hills of watermelons and says the melons are setting nicely. John W. White was a busi ness v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 July 1902

SINGING AWAY PAIN. A Very Interesting Short Story. Why Jacob Wept. The following "Opinions of; the Press on Kissing" relates to the text which ttl I us that , "Jacob kissed Rachel and lift SOUTH AFRICA As Seen Through An Indian Creek Boy's 1 j tyes. . . ed UP his voice and wept, mir a ontf the country road 1 1 leading to Killarney. that fine old town among tin-Irish lakes. As they came within sight of a . cottage standing back from the Dodreich. Caoe Colony. S. A. If Rachel was a pretty girl I Fel) jgo and I ept her face cle n. we! pear Folks at Home: can't s ' what Jacoh had to cry j Having an about -Dally Telegraph. .opportunity will write to you road, with a lovely garden ol flow do you know nut tnai again. Have never heard Irom flowers in front, there reached she slapped his face for him? any of you yet, nor will not them the sound of singing j Ladies' Treasury. t likely to. until sometime in The voice was full of sweet : The cause ot Jacob's weeping 1 March, as it takes more th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 July 1902

ytes Mid Sea APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AOENT, OR ADDRESS H. E. WATTS, MOBERLY, MISSOURI, Scooped Again. Tl.e name Monarch for the Monroe ball team is either a hoodoo or a misnomer. Friday afternoon they crossed bats with the Hunnewell team and as usual lost out. The score was 17 to 13. The only good ball played here this season was by the Afro Americans. j m mm Take A Bellows when you get home with that bulk coffee and olow the dirt and flies and foreign substances out of it. Then open a package of Lion Coffee iee how clean and fresh it looks and note its rich aroma. The nnnlfd pnekage Insures uniform quality. T "Follow Thfi Flatf X U1XU II J. UU X lUCy. t A Thought For The Day. Iam heartily sorry for those persons who are constantly talking of the perishable nature of things and the nothingness of human lite; for, for this very end we are here, to stamp the perishable with an imperishable worth. Goethe. Boys Watch. To the boys who wish to take advantage of the DEMOCRAT of fer to give...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 July 1902

THE DEMOCRAT V. .1. ROUSE, Kditor. HIXSON, Citv Editor. $1.00 PEK YfcAK utered t the MMt office at Monroe City, nerond-clu mutter. Mo. TU.EPIIONF iso. u THURSDAY. JULY 8. 1002. The interests of t tie citizens of Missouri have been carefully watched over by Democratic officials Tli" G lobe Democrat should send a few moreexperc account ants to .lefTerson City to look over the books and then that paper could have some more reportto make regarding the financial condition ot the State. people have hen pleased with the action of those noble pa triots who gave to America her freedom. But today, sad to re late, a yreat change has taken place and America is to day in the some position as was Eng land in 1776. The American people through their agents at Washington are engaged in a : war against a people who de- sire to be free, a people who deserve to be free, a ptople I who for many years ha'e been lighting for independence and who woul today be tree had rot the United States gobbled them I ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 July 1902

Emmet Hallock has resigned liis position on the Dlmouuat. Mrs. Bud Jones spent the first of the week in Hmnibal with friends. Miss Winn, of New Lon doi . is visiting Mrs. H. H. Johnson Miss Rosa Mae Smith spent a portion of the ween with friends at Ely. The Monroe Laundry will be 4th. J. City Steam closed July E. Bkown. William Short, of Bydesburg, Ralls county came up Monday to visit relatives. Patronize home institutions Charier Owen, of near Joan na, was a business visitor in the city Monday. Acme Pood tor sale at Hay den's Livery Barn. Every buck et guaranteed. John Demaree came in from Colgate I. T., yestereay morn ing to visit the homefolks Cecil Bradley came in Mon day from Indian Territory List your farms with me if you want to sell them. I have some customes now. T. J. White. 7.10 and thus help to home town. build up your Tony Wilson, of Hannibal, has been spending the week with friends near the city. where he trip. has been a business J. D. Elliott, of Quincy was a busines...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 July 1902

I 1 t c t c j s I g IK ot fo fie mi sit ab si) THE DEMOCRAT W. j. ROUSE, Editor. K. F. HIXSON, City Editor. Every ounce of MAPLECITY SELF WASHING SOAP has washing value, which make1; it cheapest to buy . TERMS $I,00PRR VEAR tittered it the poat office at Monroe City, a second-class mutter. ltd TELEPHONE NO. 14 THURSDAY. JULY 8. 1902 We will have mail boxes sale R M WALKER. for Lftdlei who have ueed MAPLECITY SELF'WASHIMG SOAP will testify to Itt merits. If you need a wind mill or pump see. R. MANNING Walker. Bert Thieboff of Saxton, Mo., was in the city with old friends 'Thursday. Prof. Thomas purchased a fancy P, W. Hickman Dawson lias driver from Miss Blanche Thieboff is vis itlng with friends in Monroe City. Graphic Mrs. Sarah Barr has been spending two weeks with Pal myra friend.-. Mrs. Sarah Smith was :; to Palmyra Thursday by illness of a sister. The latest and most chic i hings in wall paper FlTZI'ATItlCK'S. The little biids in).: again. Miss Ota Warinner has are whisper-1 f ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 July 1902

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 19 STEPHENS is the man who has ice jL for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the Barber Shop Under the Hotel A or lelephone l or 74. h Spalding. j Miss Ruse Spalding, oflndian Creelf, died at 10 p. in. Wednes day. After funeral services by Rev. Pr. J. Lyon Friday morn ing, the remains were laid to rest In consecrated grou nds. Mobs. Has the Slielhina Democrat and Paris Mt rcury ever stopped j to think that this is a govern ment by the people tor the peo ple and not a government by the peoples clerks officers for the 'clerks? Have they ever stop ! ped to consider whether there ever would have been a Gen. George Washington, a father of his country, had it not have been for a mob dumping King George's tea into Boston Harbor? VTAR fmwa n mm K TREES Have a 77-YR. RECORD. built upon the strong founda tion of quality. The fltock we offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qual ity the product i niV rorirUT box and pack free, of a...

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

Piano Contest. In round numbers the News' piano contest resulted in Uli'J, 000 votes being cast. The win ner of the pretty prize was Miss Emma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W R. P. Jackson, whose vote was xi,000. Miss Ella Hawkins came next witli "t'i.00. Miss Mae Lear was the fortunate one on the subscrip tion list and took in the watcl. while Miss Ella Hawkins had her picture look. Fisherman's Patience. The patience of a fisherman who really love the sport is the theme of many stories. One is told by a man who traveling: on foot through a part of England came upon a solitary fisher.nan. who looked as If time and the world might pass away without disturbing his content. "Have you fished long in this stream?'' asked the traveler. "Eighteen year.-' was the calm response. Get many bites?" was the next question. The fisherman scarcely turn ed his gaze from the rod in his hands. "Five year ago in this very spot I had a tine bite." he an swered, hopefully. Youth's Companion. ducted Friday af...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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