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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 September 1902

Only Big Show Coming! Howe's Great London Shows and Sanger's Trained Animal Exposition Will Exhibit at Monroe, Wednesday, Sept. 10. J. T. White and wife, of near Shelbina, are the guests of Har rison Donley and family. Ollie Elliott, of Quincy, has been spending the week in the city with old friends and relatives. Miss Gertrude McCall. of Mo berly, came down Saturday af ternoon for a visit with relatives and friends. C. H. Dodge, representing the Quincy Herald Co., has been a pleasant visitor at the i ffice last week. Claude W. Nichols is the polite and efficient clerk at the Levy Cash Store now. Good luck to both of them. Capt. Hugh Stevens of the southwest of the county has been snendinir the week with his nephew Bethea. B. E. Hixson. of the Bluff City, spent a portion of last week in the city with his broth er, K. F. Hixson ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. H. U. Johnson and Rev. T. P. Middleton left Tuesday afternoon for Chi'.lico...

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. — 4 September 1902

THE DEMOCRAT! Thomas Ben Hayden has put in a beautiful Columbus surrey. W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSOX, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PEK VfcAK Knlored at ihe post ofllrc m Monroe City, Mo. an second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 14 THURSDAY. SEPT. 4. Next week you will hear of wedding cards or something sweeter. Acme Pood tor sale at Hay- 'den's Livery Ham. Every buck et guaranteed. Butter and eggs bring y U the ! most money when taken w SHARP Donley feet that long ago a man named Ramsay of Banff. Scotland, having boiled down a white snake and accidentally swal lowed a drop of the soup, against which he had been warned as poisonous, found himself endowed with the pow er of seeing through the people lie met. This unusual oppor tunity for diagnosis established i his reputation and fortune as a physician. The popular week end excur-. Lord Aveb was ghowig lion rates are agam in effect on the heareng throari, h), tele the M K.&T UK For train L ,,. .. Railroad Time Tables. luriington Rou...

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. — 4 September 1902

y I 1 1 ICE! 1CE1 j I STEPHENS is the man who has ice f) for sale all the year round. He handles J0 the best quality. Leave orders at the il Barber Shop Under the Hotel h V) or lelephone l or 74. h MBit wm aW RK P ItV tho 1 TREES Have a 77-YR. RECORD, built upon tho strong founda tion of aualitv. The stock we offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qual ity the product rAV mnrL'T box and pack fm, of all previous years. YYC rI I I .guarantee (safe ar rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. StaisK Fki-it Book free upon ronutst. 1 rl prirh H r. r K anil v:i!iL more vTnUn iwiiioiiijif salesmen. Outfit Bent fkee. S llunlsville, Ala. Is Dansvillc, N. Y..etc. Building Paper of all Kinds Are You Trading at Nichols'O ; Grocery j If not, you are not getting the best groceries at the lowest price. This we can easily demonstrate if you will Try Us One .Month. We want your produce aod will pay you mzrket price lor seme. G. M. NICHOLS, Main & Summer Sts. MONROE CITY. MO. FmcyRmstcd In ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 September 1902

BUGGIES! BUGGIES! ! CLEARING I i BUGGIES! i i OUT SALE. 4 4H In order to make room for our mammoth stock of heating and cook stoves I am compelled to sell myj buggies at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. If you want to save MONEY call and see me as I have the largest and most complete stock of buggies, surries and road wagons ever brought to Monroe City to select from and I mean just what I say when I say GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Every buggy must go and lam going to sell them at prices that will surprise you. JP GS JEb HiriL. 9 THE LEADER. Cooperville. Fanners ure vtry busy threshing. Most ui our citizens will at tend the lair at Monroe City this ween Miss Nora and Floyd Jamison ol Monroe City, spent Friday anil Saturday with Mrs. S. P. Griffith Misses Ella Evans and Jessie Colvert spent a portion of lasi weeU with R. B. Bristow and lamily o Monroe City. After a pleasant visit With her son, 13. F. Hand ley in Kan sas City. Mrs. D. C. Hand ley returned home Tuesday. J. D Crawford and lamily, of...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 September 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1902. NO 24 OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS Opened Monday Under The Most Favorable Auspices. The public schools of Monroe City opened Monday morning of this week with a good at tendance and under the most favorable auspices. The enrollment was probably the largest for the first day since the schools have been established and under the most favorable auspices because of the fact that the management and corps of teachers are unex celled. Of course the management has not been changed since last year and but few changes made in the teachers but they are all better prepared to discharge their various duties because of their experience. Superin tendent Nichols has filled that position for a numbers of years and he knows just where to place the teachers in order to secure the best results. The enrollment and teachers of the different rooms are as follows: High school Misses Mattie and Edith Nichols enrollment, 69; f'rade Ella ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 September 1902

THE I100SIER SCHOOLMASTER. Bow Ralpli Conquered Flat Creek School. A i:im)U;r From Kdwtird ggglMtOB't Qrsat Book. The school bad closed on Monday evening as usual. Tne boys had been talking in knot all day Nothing but ihe bull dog in the slender, resolute young master had kept down tlie rising storm. A teacher v. in lias lust mural support at linn, i cannot long govern s school, rlilph had effectually lost bis popularity m the dis trict. hikI the wurnt o! it was he con id ot ti vine from just what qti. r;er the III wind came. eXCept I Hal he telt sine ol Small's agency in it somes here Even btanuali bad alighted him, when he called at Mean's ou Mondaj morning to draw the pittance of pay that was doe bim. Be had expected ;i petition for b holiday on Christmas day. Bucli holidays are deducted from tlie teacher's time, and it is customary for them to "turn out" tlie teacher who refuses to gram tbem, In barring liim out of the school house ou Christ mas aud New Year's mormug. Rulpti had...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 September 1902

k Enduring Paints Pattern's Sun Trof f I'nints endure in any kind of weather. They are apprecifl ed most in the worst climates. They MO guaranteed to UKCIT Will for five years but very likely you need not hnvo k repaint then unless you wish to. They endure because the ingredients are pure, the proportions (Pat ton's secret) arc correct, the mixing and grinding done by powerful, exact machines. More about ui ut in our free book of paint knowledge, Send for it. t.tberul Indneementi t paint ienier. PATTQN PANT COMPANY, Milwaukee, Wis. J. J. FITZl ATRICK, The Druggist, MONROE CITY, MO Proof Home Visitors' Excursion Via Wabash Route. Sept. 2nd, 9th, 16tli and 28rd. one fare plus two dollars for the round trip. To all points in Indiana and Ohio located on and east of Vandalia R, R.. South Bend to Terre Haute and the E. & T. H. R. R. to Evans ville and west of and including Sandusky, Columbia, Dayton, Springfield and Cincinnati, Ohio, and Louisville, Ky. Tickets limited to 80 days from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 September 1902

ELY'S PRIVATE HOSPITAL For Surgical Cases AND- Chronic Diseases. Heated by Hot Waterriodern Sanitary Conveniences. Our ope rating and bed rooms are modern. Asepticism is obtained. We have baths, electricity, a microscopical and chemical labratory for analysis of urine, contents of stomach; and assisting in the diagnosis of diseases of the skin, tumors, etc. We are prepared to make surgical cases a success. We do not Take Persons Having Contagious Diseases into our Hospital Department Office treatment receives our special attention. We endeavor to make this department a standard of excellency in accordance with tlie advancement of the times. Many females may get relief from untold annoyance and suffering. We are giving this subject special attention. We treat Piles practacally Without pain and without causing the patient to undergo the ordeal of a surgical operation, i. e. without administering a general anaesthetic r confining the patient to the Hospital. We also treat fistula, lisu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 September 1902

j j j SCHOOL SHOES We are showing the strongest JSC line of SCHOOL SHOES and uv vite j your : in spection 2 2 Every Pair Guaraiv teed to be Satisfactory BOULWARE & Cecil Forsythe lefc this week for Liberty to attend William Jewel College. Bom. on last Sunday night, to the wife of J. E. Moore, east of Hassard a boy. Miss Edith Evans left Tues da for Columbia to enter Stephtns Female College. A Jaeger the hardware mau reports the sale of 12 bnggies during the part week. Rev. Terriil went to Macon Tuesday to attend the meeting of the Macon Association I A. SON. Misses Polly Stone and Celia Finley of Rensselae. were visit ing friends here last week. Many a man has a memory so short it needs splicing hen it comes to remembering an honest debt he owes, The date of the Confederate Reunion at Paris has been changed from the 2nd to the I 3rd of October. I I Miss Eva List of Letters. Remaining unclaimed in post- office at Monroe City. Mo., on Sept 9, 1902. H. A. Gass. Horace Hagar, W. R. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 September 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J, ROU8R, Editor. K. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TeRMS $I,00'E VEAK filtered at the post office at Monroe City, s second-class matter. Mo. TELEPHONE NO. . n THURSDAY. SEPT. 11. 1902 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, Gavon D BURQBS8. LkRoy B. Valliant. James D. Pox. Railroad and Warehouse Com mlssioners, Jno. a. Knott, Joseph P Rice Superintendent of I' u I) I i c Schools, Wm. T Cahrinoton. Rev. I. W. Read was in La en lies about the 'bea tifulandlB1 Grange Tuesday and Wednes-j accomplished bride.' T h jl , minister gets $10 and a piece of i R. N. Blackwood, of Hanoi-i cake' and the cditor Bt $000 bal. was here a few hours Moti- ' 1,1 the C(,urse of lime it dies, .1,1, 4 r ... - . day on business. aim u.c uoctor gets irom jo lo , $100, the minister perhaps gets Highest prices are paid for another live, the undertaker poultry and eggs, hides, etc.. at gets from $f)0 to 100, the editor BALZER& DlRIOO'S. publishes notice of the death Miss Stella Mclntyre of Clay. an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 September 1902

j ICE? 1CE1 J a it STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the h 8 Barber Shop Under the Hotel A or Telephone 71 or 74. X CTAR K TREES P offer for fi.i! 19C1 and sun Have a 77-YR. RECORD. ballt upon th'j strong founda tion of quality. Tho stock we offer for full 19C1 and sijrinK 1002 surpasses in qual ity tlin product HIV rin-rBrvll,X hox and pack free, rf nil previous yoare. YVC rift I D iW-lvlll ! guarantee pal ar rival, anamntaa entire sitiMfartion. Rtahk 1'itriT Book freo upon renutst. We PAY C5feBSSgB&Rft Are You Trading at Nichols'O Grocery r If not, you are not getting the best groceries at the lowest price. This we can easily demonstrate if you will Try Us One Month. We want your produce and will pay you market price for same. G. M. NICHOLS, Main & Summer Sts. MONROE CITY, MO. Building Paper of all Kinds AT REES' LUMBER YARD- rrugated carpet paper thai will ast tor years and vdty costs a little. I lo n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 September 1902

Joanna News. Fine rain last Friday night. Lee Weekley and family were the quests of George Lowry Sunday. Jolin Umstat'd and family were visitors in Center Sun day. Mr. Hess and family were visiting relatives near Parber Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Hunt and wife, of near St. Paul were visiting at Mr. Hess Sunday. James Kouse was visit.ng at Uncle Will Harlow's Sunday. Uncle is fttlng old and leeble. Several attended the fair at Monroe City last week. All re ported a great time. Ed., Newel is vetting alontr nicely will) his new house. Mr. Dye. of Perry, was tbrotlgb this vicinity buying up horses last week. J. W. Uerry and family were visiting at William Little's last Sunday. John Little, wife and sou were at Frank Little' last Sunday Premium List. Continued from Ian jmgi'. Hatch. Farmers busy cutting corn The Monroe City fair was well and pleasantly talked of in this neighborhood before hand and also well attended by the people of which they praise very highly. Church services wer...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 September 1902

v tdtZ Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1902. NO 25 Ginther G. H. Ginther died home near Ely Monday ing. He had been In II for some tim paralysis, lit Attention Republicans. ABOUT THE CHURCIIS. at his The Republican voters of ' morn- j Monroe Co. are hereby notified ,ntereslInf Ncws Concerning The Differ health , that a Mass Me-tlng will be c Buffering from t held at the Court House in Par was 58 years of fl m . Saturday Sept. t27, 1002, age and leaves wife and two j for the purpose of nominating y 1? , r", ,f childrenoto mourn Ids death. . a County ticket ami any other :from B,aCk CrwU' 'l The funeral services were held j business that may come before j c,,m,l'' whtfre !,t' Conducted a atthe family residence, after the mee.m.r ir,in in a wr. protracted meeting which re- Which the remains wen' rest at West Ely. laid to Ouincy Roat Excursion. Sunday. September "1st, via Missouri. Kansas & Texas Rail Way and the elegant Excursion Steamer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 September 1902

A Coward's Death. The boy leaned against the bulwark rails, watching the lights as they came up one by one im the coast. The piling inn ! the ship still made his head reel, and he was weak from want of food. He seemed altogether apart from the stir and life that three hundred em igrants on hoard created. His Whole soul was tilled with a dumi) and itoporteot protest against his fate, and the life before him. Old dipt. Mai colni had shown little wisdom when be - nt his only son to sea to I it v e fcuine pluck knock ed into him. The - iip's doctor came out of the saloon in the poop to go to bit evening round helow. With him was li is wife, a alight, girl ish figure, wrapped In a heavy cloak. Sue turned at the ladder which led to the lower deck ami was about to go back, when her eyes tell on the boy. She had noticed him once before, anil his white face anil lonely air aroused the womanly sympathy in her. She touched him lightly on the shoulder and said. 'You are leaving home, like me." ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 September 1902

m rawi nut ro. loirim, I GrntlNiirn : I'fl bttn ".limine now fur tftt uu til iaiii1 that ptrM dm, Ind my plnur in to pnil thm, Bnt raethinkt I'vr rnt th Man; Fori utriitk a kind tkll morning Thnt wonld not crow qnickljr hint, 1ml I founil Irrsskiiie Vfnat Thnt ' ration'! SonTroof falil" Wh), I ihono and shime npoi it So's to make Hie paint iff nit, lid I nearly bid unborn O'er thin ntnlf that ton kavenade. When I MS my work qnite ussiest Then I colled on every Saint ; But they, too, ronld not iireet It TWM f Ml "Pntton'i Son Proof faint," And now, sin. here's my order: Fifty calloni lend toine, OF four hri;htet eolnVn eoior. And please tend it C, O.D. Yonaeethe Snn needs pointing Anil I wanted nomelhinr quint! No I thonnht I'd nd an order For yonr "fitton'i Snn froof Paint." Yoors truly, The Han In the Son. Bonil for Hook of Paint K nowl eduo rtnil Advli-e - - Free, to I'ATTON PAINT CIO., Milwaukee, ft il well known that yawn ing is COUtaglOUS, ;inJ occasion Ay h practical joker wil...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 September 1902

n THE DEMOCRAT ! hio Rv- Louisviiie, Ky., Kenova, w. v.. ana a. & u W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. V. mix son, city Editor. reams $1.00 PER VI Ml I ntre ft the liwt OflCt nt MonfOt (Mty, an HMoad-ClMI maiur. r -ft. TELEPHONE NO. Mo. M THURSDAY. SEPT. 18, 1901 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, Oavon D BunaEM. LeRoy h. Valliant, James d Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com missioners, j no. a. Knott, Joseph P. Rice. Superintendent of P u b 1 I c Schools, W.M. T Carrinoton. Congress - 2nd District, W. W. Rl'CKEK. Representative, J. H. WHtTECOTTON. Prosecuting Attorney. J. P. Boyd. Sheriff, .). M. Bluton. Treasurer, W.M. Meteeu. Circuit Clerk. J, II. Htt.t, County Cleric, J. N. Mauuudeu. Prohate Judge. R, L. Woodson. Coroner, Dixon. P re&iding Jud) .7. G. ;e County Court, Adams- Judge Western District. McGee. Judge Eastern District, u. J. Clapper. MONROE' H STATE SCHOOL MONEYS. Received during six yoara Republican rule J ll.5tt4.06 Average annual reoeipta l . '- T . 1 1 Received during...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 September 1902

1 i t, i 8 8 8 ' 8 SI HI I o E S i i i i l I " T T 1 V I I pnuLj; The Biggest Stock AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF SHOES Ever Brought to Town, - I i i 5 H 0 E 5 i i Shoes for the babies, little soft soles, from 25c up. Shoes for the little maids, with good heavy soles. Shoes tor the little gents that wear like iron. Shoes for ladies, light, medium and heavy weight. Shoes for men and boys that lit and wear well and all at the lowest pos sible prices. See us before you buy foot wear. JNO. J. ROGERS When President Roosevelt comesto visit the Illinois state fair at Springfield lie will be the second executive of the na tion that has been tin- ;uest of this institution. President and Mrs. Rutherford B Hav.es at tended the fair one day In 179. and. singularly enough, the fair iii that year fell on exactly the same days as tin- one now approaching. September 29- October 4 ..3 Bits of Information A subsidised FJ'inllsh theater is projected in Paris with the idea of enabling French sub jects to b...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 September 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. j. ROUSE, Editor. K. f, hixson, city Editor. I I.DMS $1,00 PBR VhAK InttrvdMtht pott ofto at Monro oily, m. m iooondmlMi nutter. TCILPIIOM: NO. 14 THURSDAY. SEPT 18. 1902. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, Gavon d Buugess. LbRoy B, Valliant. Jambs D. Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com missioners, Jno. a. Knott, Joseph P Rice Superintendent of I u b I c Schools, Wm. t Oauuinoton. .Conre- 2nd District, V. W. Rx'CKIStt. Representative, .1. il. Whitecotton. Prosecuting Attorney. J. i'. Boyd. Sheriff, ..). m. Burton. Treasurer, Wm. Metebb. Circuit Clerk. .1. II. Mm, i. County Clerk, j. n. Maouuoeu. Probate Judge, it. L. Woodson. Coroner, Dixon. Presiding Judge Comity Court. J. G. Adams. Judge Western District. McGee. Judge Eastern District, ll. .1. Clapper. lis to L'o to work to restore con sciousm-ss, as lightning oftener brings about suspended anima tion than somatic death. The condition of a person struck by lightning is much the same as that of a person rescued from...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 September 1902

u I 1 1 ICEl 1CEI J STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the Are You Trading at Nichols'O Grocery not, you are not getting the best groceries at the lowest price. This we can easily demonstrate if you will X Try Us One Month Rarhar Shnn llnrW th Hntel )i or Telephone 71 or 74. We want your produce and will pay you msrkct 'price for same. I Main & Summer Sts. MONROE CITY, MO. Ha il Good Horso Sense will tell von thai old eggs anfl pine are not things yon want to eat; yet some Coflfoo roasters glaze their coffee with such tiling. Not so with Lion Oo' It's just pure, unadulterated, undisguised coffee; never covered up with any glasing of any kind. Uniform quality and freshness mre insured by the sealed package. SOME BRIGHT JEWELS Worth Reading from the Atlanta Con stitution. STAR K TREES P offer for full 1901 and si.ri Have a 77-YR. RECORD, built upon tho strong fourniu tloo of aualitv. Tho stock we ! offer for fu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 September 1902

" iv t it tfti m m n ) iew ran ivuiiiery The popularity of the ready-to-wear iiat which began at the Eastern summer resorts early in the season, is greater than ever. We have a large stock of these beautiful hats in care fully selected shapes, trimmed hats in the most popular modes. Come and see them. Von will be pleased with both goods and prices in oar millinery as they are sold as low as high goods can be. W hy Hanker For Honor? A London Man Praises Our Capital A congressman .work during I "I have been wonderfully the session from HI to 0 hours pleased with America, which I per day. One of the Western am seeing for the first time" re members who is a conscientious marked Mr. James Kent of LOH Worker, but does not claim that I don. he labors any more than the "It is true, however, that it delegation s 9 m Washingto that tlw aver- breakfast by age Englishman finds more to morning, rour I admire and aunlaud than any. or live hours- sleep out of the wnere else in the States. What 24 ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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