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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 July 1902

V" r Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1902. NO 15 TOWN AND COUNTRY. Part, Present and FuturejDoings that may be of Interest to You. Lee E'y was a business visi tor in New London Tuesday. Miss Irene Hornback lias been the guest of Hunnewell friends. Mrs. John B. Settle lias re turned from a visit with friends at Shelbina. Look out girls, Harley Wil liams has purchased a pretty buggy and he is a nice young bachelor. Miss Effie Baxter, one of the belles of Huntington, was in the city Saturday with her friend', Miss Hattie Bond. r The Monroe City Band furn ished good music onthe Fourth and helped the celebration very materially. Hannibal Journal. Mrs. William Calloway and children have been having a vacation with the homefolks near Mt. Salem church in Lin coln county. Dr. Abraham Mussallem, oc culist, well known in this city but now of the Gem City, is spending the week here with old friends. Miss Aileen Owen, of Kansas City. has arrived and will s...

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. — 10 July 1902

The Donation Parly At Hustler's Camp. Hustler's Camp was some- ! what exercipd over the new coiner, who in truth,, did not look as if.He bfclongedjthere. A number of men paused in their j work and )LKked alter the nr- j ure in rusty black as it ascend ed the-rugged path on tlie hill- j side a figure slender and slight ly stooped, with gray showing plainly in the fringe of the hair beneath the well worn hat "Hu said he was a colored porter, but he was a lyin." ob served Dirk Collins, judicious ly. "-lie ain't no more of a Bigger 'n I am '' "Which ain't savin' no great for the difference,' interposed a companion, with a glance at the naturally dark face now Jong unshaven and browned and roughened by years of ex -posure. Dirk waited until the laugh m his expense had subsldedand then calmly proceeded: An' he ain't no porter, eith er, never was; anybody can see that by looking at him. Nigh as I can make out he's some kind of a book peddler." "One o' tl.em tract slingers, likely; and he's...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 July 1902

T Good Horse Sense will tell you that old eggs and glue are not things you want to eat; yet some coffee roasters glaze their coffee with such things. Not so with Lion Coffee It's just pure, unadulterated, undisguised coffee; never covered up with any glazing of any kind. Uniform quality and freshness are Insured by the sealed package. EBENEZER GRAY. He thought lie was a Christian did old 'Eebenezer Gray. He never missed church meetings and was always glad to pray. He did not let religion hurt his business through the week But on Sunday morning he was righteous like and meek. He used to have a manner that would make a clown feel "blue;" He used to chill his neighbors and his home was chilly too But in the church on Sunday you could never find him late And when it came to rooting in religion, he was great. He used to sktu all comers through the week, and liked the game; Yet claimed to run his business in the Master's holy name He never let the doctrine used on Sunday, understand. Affe...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 July 1902

THE DEMOCRAT a r a c o f! 1) d. cc w to of p wj ha to T 2ia pr so Iia am be ten W.fJ. K9USE, Editor. K. HIX80N, City Editor. terms $I,OOPERYEAR rtrert t the pot office t Monroe City, Mo. a aerond-clut matter. TELEPHONE NO. 14 THURSDAY. JULY 10, 1902. Mrs. D. M Proctor left Mon day afternoon for Brookfielu i for a ten days visit. 1 Miss Mary Probasco, of Lit tle Union, is the guest of her schoolmate, Mrs. John Elzea. Mi-ps Olivia and Ruth Brown retun.nl Monday afternoon from a four days visit with Quincy friends. Labon Lake and wile return ed Monday afternoon from a three weeks visit with relatives and friends in and near New London. Temperance Rally W Spalding. Some lune ago Mrs. Emma Bishop. if Snaldin", wrote to Mrs. S icarman asking Her to bring many of our L. T. L. children as possible and come to Spalding on the 4th of July and help her organize a tem perance band there. Soon the morning of the Fourth about sixteen of our band set out on a hay-frame. Arriving at Spaidiug we fou...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 July 1902

i y The W. C. T. U. will meet Mrs. Watson Tuesday, July 15 at 3 p. m. The Married Mens League will servo icecream in the park Monday evening, July 21 Mr. Brunns, electrician at the-Paris plant, was a busiuess visitor In the city Saturday. J. L Westhoff of Quiucy spent the latter part of the week in this city with friends. Miss Edna Leake or Hannibal is the guest of her cousin, Miss Viola Leake in this city this week. Albert Montgomery arrived Friday from Portland, Mo., to spend several days with the homefolks. Node Green sold 500a of pine timber land in Georgia to Chas. Bowei of Indianapolis, Ind. Price $2,500. John L. Owen has traded W. T. Youell a lot of stock for the dude barber ishop under the New Monroe hotel. Big dance at Smith's hall in this city next Tuesday evening July 15. Music by Monroe City Orchestra. All are cordially invited. Penny Pictures a; at a; Belle Johnson's Studio I have customers for the fol lowing size .improved farms: 120a, IGOa, 320 and 640. Tf you want to...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 July 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR fntered at the post office at Monroe City, as second-class matter. Mo. TELEPHONE NO. 14 THURSDAY. JULY 10. 1902.J You will find mowers, and rakes at Walker's as well as buggies. Bring your eggs and butter to rSharp & Donley and get the highest market price. The greatest of all faults is to be conscious of none. Caklylb. Butter and eggs bring y iu the most money when taken to Sharp & Donley Hon. V. S McClintic attend ed a meeting of ill Board of the Insane Asylum at Fultor. Tuesday. Miss Pauline Knight, one of the charming young ladies of Louisiana is visiting her friend, Miss Bertha Nichols. Dr. A. K. Rutledge celebrat ed the 4th on the 3rd in Quincy. Miss Lela Hayden has been visiting friends in Hunnewell. Highest prices are paid for poultry and eggs, hides, etc., at Bai..er& Dirigo's. Mrs. R. P. Heath, of Hanni bal, lias been visiting the home folks in this city. BELEIVERS IN NEGRO Indust...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 July 1902

I 1 1 ICEI 1CE1 J J f 8 4 STEPHENS is (he man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the il X ? i Barber Shop Under the Hotel or lelephone 71 or 74. I PARIS NECKTIE Party Will Have To Try, Try again Lose Out. or CTAR K TREES Have a 77-YR. RECORD. built upon the Btrong founda tion of aualitv. The stock we offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qua! Hy the product m DAY FRFirKT va , ee' f TV. I ni aSL.avs , guarantee paio m- Stabk Fruit Book free upon request. LOUISIANA. MO. When it comes to amusement Paris with its little necktie party and hemp dance isn't in it with tit Morris, III. That blooming burg had two citizens, John Seibert and Mrs. Thebe Wolf, Seiberts wife had been sick a long time and finally shuffled off the mortal coil. While arrangements were be ing made for the funeral Mrs. Wolf, thesister ofjthedead worn anand the bei eaved husband were found in a room caressing each other. For that causejthey were not permitte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 July 1902

Coopmille. Lon Hanley of Kansas City was visiting the home folks. One of the fair girls of Cooper ville is II smiles. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Sandifer visited Mr. Sandifer's sister, Mrs. Frank Potterfield near Ely Sunday. Jas. Colvert of Nadine and Miss Marie White of near War ren visited Mrs. Lou Colvert and family Sunday. W. J. McLeod threshed wheat last Saturday, the first crop in this vicinity this beason. Charley Webb of Belleville visited one of the charming belles of Cooperville Sunday afternoon. Mrs. C E. Colvert and little son. JMarion. attended church at Warren Saturday evening. Quite a number of boys at tended the base ball game at Hassard Sunday. John Tulley had a spell of heart trouble Saturday, but is some better now. Mrs. C. K. Evans and chil dren visited Mrs, J. A. Plersol near Hickory Grove Saturday and Sunday. Dave Gosney of Ely visited the fair sex in Cooperville Sun da v. GRAND STAND PLAY. Bluffs Run By Officers Cause People to Hold Them and The Law In Contempt. Hatc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 July 1902

N56 Wi A Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 17. 1902. NO 16 ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers. Market Report. Cattle t8.00t8.B0 -t6.00t7.28 Hogs Sheep 3.005.00 Lambs 4.00f"5.25 Spring Chickens 12c Hens 8c Turkeys 7c8c Ducks 00c Geese He Eggs 12c Shipments ending noon yes terday decidedly light. Barger & McClintic.l car of cattle and 4 of hogs. Sharp & Gray 1 car ol sheep. Henderson & Son 1 car poultry and eggs, A. H. Green 1 car wheat, Kent & McOarty 2 cars of wheat. E. L. Rees 1 car hard lumber. To tal 11 cars. Grant See has sold 14 head of nice shoats to Lee Stoddard. Consideration private. If you wish this to be an in teresting feature of the paper then tell the pencil pusher about stocic ueais oi any muu r j 1 A. f - r I., .1111 I ot traues. ur uausicis uiuuj the farmers. "Geo. A. Hays sold and deliv ered 15 head of good hogs to Clapper buyers at 7c. Dick Hayden sold two good brood sows to Tom J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 July 1902

MMMMi JKen Who Haye Ruling Passions. Hv Willis Leonard lliinaliam. It is the ruling )assion strong in life that produces the rut i 11 it ppktstoQ strong in death. Capt. Sam Bryant, -vlio died a few days ago at Louisville, I Ky.. Was an enthusiastic horse- ; man during his 70 years. He i knew horses as a philosopher! knows men, and a i savant j ktmws books, because he kstud ieii them, bred them, bought ai d sold theiD, raced them and I devoted his life to them. He owned the gallant Proc tor Kin . . and the tact that1 that grcut liorse won the Amer ican Derby iu 18U0, and other famous races, was a source of boundless, pride to his owner. The breeding ot Proctor Knott meant as' much co Sam Bryant as the writing ol "The Scarlet ruling passion, good or evil. Letter meant to Nat haniel ! decides the caret r ot every man. B'H writing rhymes was the ruling passion of this boy's life. Could he be lured away from it btbe glint of gold? Nay, verily! It was in him, and it hail to come out. A wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 July 1902

U comes in sealed pound packages only, thus in suring freshness, strength, flavor and uniformity. WoudYou knowingly buy unclean grncori for your tulilo? How under the run cnn bulk cofTees conptnuthr nx ported to dirt and dut bo cleuul Lion Qoffes Did You Know It? In Virginia and Nortli Caro lina our independence was as serted Jon before the declara tion was signed in Philadel phia. The spirit of revolt was in the air years before the Fourth of July. '76, especially in our southern colonies, which ac cording to Edmund Burke and Lord Chatham, containedjj a larger proportion ot liberty lov ing people than the north. In every early assertion of independence southern men took the lead in the Virginia legislature, at Mecklenburg, N. C, and at Philadeldhla. If these southerners did the most of the talking and writ ingattlnit time they also did most of the lighting. Every historical record containing the facts shows that, the south fur nished .nore troops than north in the revolution. The n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 July 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. .J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. H1XSON, City Editor. TERMS $I.OOPER VEAK CBMN l l Hie pool office at Monroe City, JIo. a sec oD(l- aas matter. rtLEPHONr: NO. THURSDAY cr 1 14 .JULY 17. 1902. will spend tnucl) money in an endeavor to elect a Republican as member of the General As sembly Prisoners in county jails should be made to work. If they had to woj k there would not be so many people in the jails. There is, however, a bet ter remeJy than making pris oners wont and that is the whipping post. It will not only cost the tax payers less money but will cause a decrease in crime. That class of citizens who are continually abusing Missou- "j".,,""" "m I elsewhere ocrat nas rjeen engaged lor years In the nefarious business of maligning our grand Mis souri are doing themselves and their state a great injury and 4hey are doing it without any ju.-t cause. There is no better governed state in the Union than is Missouri. WhenDemoc jacy was placed in control there was a state debt of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 July 1902

Miss Delia Ryan spent Tues day with friends in Quincy. If yon need a wind mill or pump see. R. Manning Walk- KK. i .1. J, Rogers was a business visitor in Clayton, III. the tirst of tlie week. Mrs. P. L. Han ion of Shear man, T. xas is visiting her brother, Dr. Corley at Indian Creek. Col. R. E. Lear was taken quite ill Sunday morning, but is considerable better a: this writing. Miss M. E. Donelly of Camp Point, 111., came over Monday afternoon to visit her relatives, Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Lightbody Miss Bessie Hardesty expects to leave to night for Milwaukee Wis., where she has secured a good position with a clothing house. For the best fitting and best wearing Buck and Goat harvest and working gloves in the city see C. M. Sullivan the harness and buggy man. Miss Maude McClintic re turned from Bowling Green Monday afternoon. She had a pleasant visit in the capital of Pike with school mates Mrs. Peter Werner and chil dren are the guests of Quincy relatives. G. B. and Charles Anderson...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 July 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. KOCSK, Editor. H. F . BIX10N, City Editor. Lewis Lear, of Kansas City , came over Friday to visit relatives. TERMS $I,00PCR VEA nteredatthe post offlM t Monroe City, Mo as second-class matter. rELl PMONE NO. THURSDAY. JULY 17. 14 1!0L' ?)r. Hornback. Oculist Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. ami J. P. Boyd, of Paris, was in the city Thursday with friends. T. T. Rhodes, of Paris, was with Monroe friends Thursday. iV. L. IJoud was a business visitor in the Gem City Thurs day. Highest prices are paid for poultry and eggs, hides, etc.. at BalzerA Dmtoo's. James Kelley, of near Clap per. was a ousiness isiior in i tlie city Friday, BOO cords of good dry Wood j for sale. 7-17 D. R Davenport. Henry Dye and wife, of She blna, were ,ii the city with friends Thursday. Bring your eggsand butter to Sharp & Donley and get the highest market price. Mrs. George Settle spent the latter part of last week with friends in the Bluff Citv.;; """" Mrs. Gertrude Vowel I, of Sturgeon, is the gue...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 July 1902

I ICE1 ICElJI 1 V f f f I Barber Shop Under the Hotel STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the f or Telephone 71 or 74. CTAR i run ik h r K TREES Have a 77-YR. RECORD. built upon the strong founda- finn nf minlitv. Thfl stock W6 m offer for fail 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qual ity the product rA rnriruiT box and pack free. nf all m-fivious years. TYC r7l I lAl-IOIil I , guarantee bate ar rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. HanUTille.'Au! Dauillle.N. v.. etc mm DA V riCH each WEEK anil want more TTc 7I salesmen. Outfit sent FREE. a siff Paiw nf all Kinds 8 AT REES' LUMBER YARD rrugated carpt't paper that will last for years and on. costs a little. I do not intend for any thing to rot or rust in my lumber yard. 1 only say this that you may know that I will not be undersold. Respectfully, IE ID. Xj. IRIEIES- i I GET THE BEST. This you can always do when you buy your Staple ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 July 1902

Dont they Outshine the ShiningSun $ The Finest Line of Buggies and Surreys A those manufactured by the Moline and"Racine h Companies and those are the lines handled bv " V C. M. SULLIVAN Which is also the place to go for driving harness of all kinds, all kinds of horse clothes dusters whips and saddles. h Linwood Links. 1 1 1 1 1 is good in this local- tile thresher in everv direc ts ity. The sound o cui be heard tion. Miss Ella Hayden Miss Stella Dave Griffin delivered bunch of It at Center. Mae Lear and L n and C rose I Will the President Dally? Handley were among the! l a private letter from one number from Cooperville that nf the .nnt Hic lnmiiahai : attended the ice cream social I at Mt. Vernon T iurday night. L'-uis Lear, of Kansas City anil li. Iv Learand mother Mrs. VlSitlllf i ' I , . . Shuck at Joanna. 1 "owe. ol Monrce City, visited : at the home of H. I. Lear Fri flne dav. s to Hulse Bros, i ... ,, Mondav. Here! W. J: cLeod and family at- , , tended clinrch at Monroe Sun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 July 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 24. 1902. NO 17 Don't Fail to Attend the Monroe City Fair Sept, 25, A Good Time for Everybody ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. L. K. Obench tin, of Macon, lias been called as pas tor of the Baptist church at this place, and will hold ser vices the first Sunday in each month. Graphic. Rev. M. L. -Bibb, of Odessa. Mo., was in the city with old friends Friday. Rev. Wiley J. Patrick filled appointments at Bethlehem Saturday and Sunday. Rev. B. b Hixson is spend ins fl,e week with friends in and near New London. He was pastor of the Bethel church for 27 years and each year his old friends remember that his birth day comes July 25 and invite liim down to a royal dinner in his honor. This one will be his Tiitli birthday and out of that number he has taken one half of his birthday and Christ mas dinners with those people. Rev. R. A. McClintic, ot Vir ginia, has ibeen called ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 July 1902

A PRIVATE SOLDIER Demon St rUtU the Fact of How to Use a Deck of Cards to Illustrate a Sermon. A private soldier by the name of Richard Doe was taken Itefore fl magistrate for playing cards during divine service. It appearn that a sergeant com Uianded the soldiers at the church, and when the parson had read the prayers, he took the text. Those who hud a Bible took it out. but this oi dier had neither Bible nor com monpraver book, but pulling OUt a pack of cards he spread them lief '.jre him. He just looked t one card and then at another. The sergeant of the Com pa ii) saw him. and said. "Richard, put up the cards; this is no place for them." "Never mind that." saiil Richard. When the service was over, the Constable took Richard be fore the mayor "Well." taya t lie 'what have you brom soldier here for'r" playing cards in, For church." "Well soldier, what have you t -ay for vourcelf?'1 Much. sir. I hope." Very good It not. I will punish you more than man was ever punished." "I have be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 July 1902

Lion Coffee CROWNED KING Edward, King of England; Alphonso, King of Spain; Lion, King of Coffees, Fit for any king; fit for you. Not glazed with any cheap, noxious coating; never sold in bulk. Uniform quality and freshness are Insured by the sealed package. Brother Dickey's Sunday Saying. You will ackchully find sin ners in d is wort' hardened enough ter wish dat hell wuz closer ter Vnn in tie winter sea son. I ain't Study lit' 'bout how old de WOrT is, or how long it took ter make it. De leadin' ques tion wid me is how I gwine ter git th'oo it. Some folks can't stan' de sunshine en dey'd ruther lose dey faith dan dey umbrella. Don't go too fur lookin' fer Happiness, kaze it may knock at yo' do' en ax fer a night's lodgin. Atlanta Constitution . To economize in soap is to (buy M APLK CITY S K LP-W AHING SOAP. W. V. Carson i- out on his maiden trip as knight of the grip for a St. Louis silk house. As Monroe is in hi - territory he i spent Saturday and Sunday with the homefolks and fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 July 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. 3, ROUSE, Editor. R. t. HIXSON. City KUftor. terms $IaOOPER VEAH ITRMS FROM FARMERS Of Fanners. For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers. t itered at the pout office m Monroe City, ii M0Md6taM matter. Mo, rELEPHONE NO. II THURSDAY. JULY 24. 1J102. Mr. art1 Mrs. William Ken dall, of (tuincy and Mrs. Jar vey of Moon vi lie. Mo., spent Sunday in the city with their friends Mr. and Mrs J. H Mc-CHntic. If yon want to sell your farm list it with Davenport & Lear, Real Estate and Loan Agents, at once. Don't wait. They are advertising all over the United States. 7-:l Claude Henderson, one ol the best of young men has shaken the Palmyra dust from his dines for a time at least and returned to a good business town and a town of pretty girls. Wi- come once again. Henry Qlncher, one of the nice young men of Ely, spent Sunday in the city, in lac i in might be called a regular thing for him to spend Sunday ill the city. Wonder what a pair o! bright brown eyes lias to do with it. D...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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