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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 September 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1902. NO 2 A PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE MEETING WAS HELD BY THE BETHEL BAPTIST ASSOCIATION WITH THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH LAST WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. The Betliel Baptist Associa tion mei with the First Baptist Church of Monroe City last Wednesday morning and closed its session Thursday night. This body is composed of 35 churches and in territory it em braces all of Marion County, nearly all of Monroe and parts ot Shelby and Ralls Counties and it has a tolal membership of about 4200. It was organized at Bethel Church in Marion County in 1834 with Rev. Christie Gentry as Moderator and Captain Wil liam Carson (as he was then called) as Clerk. All tlie churches were repre sented at tins meeting by dele gates and letters. Rev. W. C. Busby, of Hanni bal was selected Moderator having served in this capacity since 1874 with the exception ot two years. Howard P. Smith, of Palmyra was re elected Clerk making his at the ...

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. — 25 September 1902

STORY OF THE DAY. "You are a fool, Tom,"' said my father tome, with bis usual candor, as we sat alone togeth er one night after dinner sup ping our port. "It is very possible, father." I replied. "I am afraid I have not inherited your abilities, but, of course. I cannot help that. So, of what use is to twit me with my misfortune?" My father who by the way, is n very distinguished K. C replied impatiently. "Rut in what sense do yon mean that I and frittering and foozling away my brains?" I in quired. "I am in the courts for a good part of every day, pick ing up experience, and when I am not in the courts, I am" "Playing bridge," interrupt ed my parent, testily. -'Oh don't contradict me! I know better." "Oh, come-Bridge can hardly be called a senseless game." I replied. Any game is senseless to a man who lets it stand in the way of his career," pronounced my father. ; "It throws me Into the com pany of people who may be U use to one afterwards," I argu ed. -'Since, as you are aware, a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 September 1902

A Defiance to the Sun B Most pnlnts nre but n poor protection from the sun. The sun's rays cannot I I peuetrato the perfect protection Patton's Sun Proof PaluUglve a house. It I I Is a permanent painting out of everything that can injure walls or roof a I Patton's S, Paints I I are made of the purest materials, accurately mixed ly powerful machines I H making every can alike and render It possible to fiuarantee the paint In H I every can to unur well for five years. It usually lasts twice as long. Send H I for our free book of paint knowledge, or write for anything you want to B I PATTON PAINT COMPANY, Milwaukee, Wis. I J. J FITZPATRICK, Monroe City, Mo. I Reflections of a Bachelor. Mans will power is not to be mentioned in the same breatli with womi-ns won't power. Jealousy can bein anywhere but there is only place for it to end, and that is in hell. The trouble with a man's flir tation with a married woman is i that he never knows for which he has the least respect--her or himself...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 September 1902

THE DEMOCRAT VV. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. P. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $I,00PBRVBAR i Dtre1 t the poat office at Monroe City, Ho. lecond-clui natter. TELEPHONE INO. u THURSDAY. SKPT. 25. 1902. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, gavon d. Burgess, LbRoy B. Valliant. James D, Pox. Railroad and Warehouse Com jmissioners, J n o. A. Knott, Joseph P. Rice Superintendent of Public Schools, Wm. t Oarrinoton. Congress 2nd District. W. W. RUCKER. Representative. J. H Whitecotton, Prosecuting Attorney. .1. P Boyd SheritT. .1. M. Burton. Treasurer. Wm. Meteer Circuit Clerk, J. II. Hill. County Cleric, .1. X. Maoruder. Probate .1 udge. R. L. Woodson. Coroner. Dixon. Presiding Judge County Court. J. G. Adams. Judge Western District. McGee. Judge Eastern District, H. J. Clapper. MONROE 8 STATE SCHOOL MONEYS, deceived during nix yean Republican rule .. 11,564.66 Average annual receipt 1,027.44 Received during six yean Democratic rule 37,607.14 Average annual receipt 6,231.10 Reeeived for 1002 6,732...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 September 1902

r Wiu. Rubison iof Macon was here on business Saturday. Ernest Jewett. of Shelbina. was attending to business here Friday. J. It Willis shipped three cars of abeep to St. Louis this week. Wm. Cranston, of Jefferson City is here this week visiting old friends. H. M. Clark will remove the first of the week with his family to Texas. Bert Wood was here on busi ness Wednesday. For Sale: A steer calf. Carl F. Smith1. Remember J. R. B. Kidds sale next Tuesday Sept. 29. N. H. McCali was attending to business here last week. Mrs. Sarah Smith was visit ing relatives at Palmyra the first of the week. Attorneys Ragland and Bris tow are in Hannibal this week on legal business. A. H Green shipped three cars of oats and three of hay to St. Louis this week. The P. E. O. Society will meet with Mrs. J. T. S. Hick man Saturday afternoon. Miss Nello Brown of Hanni bal, was the guest oi A. H. Green and family this week. Mrs. J. F. Brown and chil dren visited friends atllunne well latter part of last wee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 September 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. IV t, HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR ntevert at the post office at Monroe City, Mo. second -class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 14 THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, Gavon d. Burgess. LkRoy b. Valliant. James D. Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com jmissioners, Jno. A. Knott, Joseph P. Rice Superintendent of P u b I i C Schools, W.M. T Cahrinoton. Congress 2nd District, W. VV. RUCKER. Representative, J. H. Whitecotton. Prosecuting Attorney, J. P. Boyd Sheriff. J. M. Burton. Treasurer. W.M. Metebr. Circuit Clerk. J. H. Bill County Clerk. J. N. Magruder. Probate Judge. R. L. Woodson. Coroner, Dixon. Presiding Judge County Court. J. G. Adams. Judge Western District, McGee. Judge Eastern District, H. J. Clapper. Ohio Ry., Louisville. Ky., to Kenova. W. V.. and B. & O. R. R.. enova to Wheeling W. Va. Tickets Limited to Nov. ord for return trip. For further information apply to nearest Ticket Agent, or ad dress H. E. Watts ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 September 1902

1 1 ICE! ICE! f t Are You Trading at Nichols'Q Grocery r STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the X i i I Barber Shop Under the Hotel $ w or Telephone 71 or 74. i sTA RK itV tho t TREES Have a 77-YR. RECORD. built upon tho strong foumiii tion of quality. The stock we offor for full 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qual ity tho product DiV mririJIT box and pack free, of all previous yean. TV C rfAl I lln7IIi 1 , guarantee feafe ar rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. WOIW , MO. Ala. ' Dansvitle, S. Y.,etc f I. Building Paper of all Kinds ? .1 AT REES' LUMBER YARD rrugated carpet paper that will .ast tor years and on iv costs a little. I do not intend for any thintr to rot yard. I only say this that you not be undersold. Respectfully, 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 pro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 September 1902

Cooperville Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bcaty and two children, and Miss Amelia Obert. of Quincy, and Mrs. Jennie Obert. of New Market visited at the home of Mrs. Lou Colvert Sunday. Owse Hand ley left last week for Kansas City wl.ere he will remain for some time. Mrs Estella Sullivan and two children of St. Louis, are visit lnt: her parents W. .J. McLeod and wife. Charley Lear and Willie Young visited in Stoutsville Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs 8. P. C i r ifli t li Spent a portion of last week with Mrs. Griffith's mother Mrs. A. C. Helton near Hannibal. Charley Webb of Belleville, visited in Cooperville Sunday. H. I. Lear and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oberly near New Market. There will be an Ice c.eam and oyster supper at Sharps burg Thursday night Sept. 25. Indian Creek. Mrs. Crump and daughter i from Oklahoma have been the guest of Miss Effle Smith the past week. Clarence Buckman and wife,! of Lakenan were down Sun ! day.C I Mr. Stuarts, of Strother w re visiting it Will Hays...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 October 1902

T Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1902. NO 27 ABOUT THE CHURCHS. interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Church news this week is nearly nul. Rev. I. W. Read the class at LaGrange college Tuesday. Ordination services were held at the Episcopal church to day and Rev. Worlein was ordained to the ministry. Rev. E. P. Little of Hannibal, Bishop Tut tle and the choir boys, trom Hannibal, were up to assist in the services. The entire ser vice was very impressive. A protracted meeting is being conducted at Bethlehem church by Rev. E. Sanderson, of Ful ton. Up to the time of going to press there had been no ad ditions. Presbyterian. Rev. T. A. Clagett, of Chica go, the new pastor of the Pres bytenau church is expected to aires, or those who have at tained notoriety, but the plain, everyday people, the burden bearers, the sacrifice makers. We should find that those who are doing the most to advance civilization in the aggregate, i a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 October 1902

HER LETTER. liy 11. Mackenzie. What have you got lo say to me?" "Not hing.'1 "Why did you send for me?" A flush rose to her lace. I thought yesterday when I wrote that I had something to say, but now " "You have changed your mind Miss Austin? That is a woman's privilege and you have used it ruthlessly." 'Yes, 1 know. Forgive me. 1 meant Lo do my best."' He f owned and his express ion KU4 not good to see. "Her best.'' An! this is what she h id done. He had thought himself one of the happiest men alive, en gaged to be married tothis girl, Eva Austin. He loved her pas sionately, and believed her to be the ideal type of woman hood, high principled, truthful, gentle in fact, almost fault less. Then came the olow to his faith. She had written, to break oil' her engagement, a nhort letter which was a mas terpieCti of polite reserve and fttniuine cruelty. She had re gretted if she had caused him any pain oh. jes, regretscosl nothing- she was conscious of the honor that he had paid ber she w...

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

Martial Ave, Maraton, Mara. PATTOIV PAINT CO., ttcntUmem I lrniilrl answer the late onerr Hon I like your "Puttoti's hun-I'mof 1 " -Uh, I tlilnk It excellent I I wae first resolved to use It When It made i he inn so bright aihi a uuiiH my reioiuiion w ni not very rar from if; lit. All my nnlncri and mansions i nave painted with your paint Anu it makes uirm look s rliiccly That I offer no complaint. It will .land all kinds of weather Kasy Is It to apply, t or it covers lots more surface And 'twill very quickly dry. Ilut the feature of all features That does seem to tickle me Is that all your paints are covered With a Ave year guaranty. no, you see, I've naught nut praises Upon which I've no constraint, for your excellent uroductlons itnonu us "t'aiion'i suu-r roof faint." Yonn truly, King of the Mnrt Inns. Send for book of l'alut K nowleilge and Advice, Free, to PATTO. I'AJ.NT COMPANY. Milwaukee, Wis. J. J. Fitzpatrich, MONROE CITY, MISSOURI. strangling our good impulses, we may read...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 October 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSK, Kdltor. R. P. HIXSON. City Kdltor. Missouri should give rn in creased Democratic majority this year. TERMS $I,00PERYEAR f bttftd at the post office at Monroe City, second-claim mutter. Slate institutions have managed with strict economy by Democrats. goods after it lias been shipped across the ocean and half a continent. If you are not in ! favor of being robbed by the been pets of the Republican party then vote for the Democratic nominees. I S1902 Fall and Winter Season. $4tiK HEW mwji S1903 )( Mo. rELEPHONE NO. 14 THURSDAY. OCT. 2. 1902. Republican policies foster trusts Democrats have given to Mis souri i ie best School system of any stale in the Union. The official records show that Democrats have given to the j people the best government. Those who favor trusts, m iiODOllen ant! a government bv tit" lew are ran Its of the This is no off year in Mis souri politics. The legislature elected in November is to select the United States Senator who is to succ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 October 1902

k Y 3 f f j Wf SLACK CAT BRAND Chicago-Rockford Hosiery Company Kenosha, Wis. BLACK CAT IIRANO CH1CAB0-B0CKF00D BOSiECT CO KENOSHA, WIS. The fit & wear of our garments is superior to all others and the price is no higher UNDERWEAR We are showing the most complete line of up. ft u MenV .men's, Children's and Infants Wool and Cot ton Unaerwear & Hosiery To be Found Anywhere We Have the Exclusive sale of the Celebrated Munsing Underwear Billing! anil Blact Cat Hose. To each little girl purchasing a garment on SATURDAYS We will give a doll vest. Come bring your doll and have her fitted. 1 I i i i i i j i t H. G. Johnson has moved from E Fourth Street to the Carroll property north of the city park. Judge N. L. Hume has sold the 11 acre tract of land joining the city on the east to J. W.Evans for Mrs. A. Davie. Butter and eggs bring y tu the most money when taken to Sharp & Donley After a pleasant visit with her friend Miss Maud McClin tic, the charming Miss Irvio. of Bowling ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 October 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. P. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR entered at the pout office at Monroe City, Mo. at second-i ; matter. TFI.f PHONE NO. 14 (THURSDAY. OCT 2. 1902 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, Gavon D. Burgess. LeRoy B, Valliant, James d. Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com niissioners, Jno. A. Knott. Joseph P. RlCE Superintendent of I? U b I i C Schools, Wm. t Carrington. Congress 2nd District. W. W. RUCKER. Representative. J. H. Whitecotton. Prosecutiny Attorney. J. P. Boyd Sheriff. J. M. Bl'KTON. Treasurer. Wm. Meteer. Circuit Clerk. J. H. Hi i.i. County Clerk. J. N. M'AORUDER. Probate Judfje. R. L. Woodson. Coroner. Dixon. Presiding Judyje County Court. J. G. Adams Judge Western District, McGEE. Judge Eastern District. H. J. Clavpek. Dr. H. B. Purl, of Kirksvi.te. The frost is on the p mpkin , was visiting friends here last and lots of the fodder is in the! week- isLocK. The frost king has Will Brown and Andy Grimm i uPPed the woods with his ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 October 1902

7 f I? i -55) ""2 -S --S? ICE! ICE! STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the 3 i t Barber Shop Under the Hotel h (S or Telephone 71 or 74. h Are Yoo Trading at Nichols'O Grocery C i 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 oav von mzrket itariee f- for same. Q. M. NICHOLS, Main & Summer Sts. MONROE CITY, MO Lion Coffee Kn Have a 77-YR. RECORD. WwfSPW btiilt upon tho strong fountu m Mm tion of quality. The stock we offer for fi.ll 19C1 and suring 1002 surpasses in qual ity the product iv DAY FEFIf'H'T D0X 8nd pack free, previous yean. YY lS I B8vJI'i I .guarantee (safe ar rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. STARK Fih-it L'-flK free upon remiest. We PAY CASH CTAR of all O -aiaS ' Y T. Rnilrlinir Panfir of al! Kind rs and f) I' AT REES' LUMBER YARD- B rtugated carpH ier thai wi. ast tor years fv ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 October 1902

We heard several of "tff" old Inbii '-HiHtis v the other day that it sefiii -d to i Item, al though 'he memory was dim, thai a man wa- hailftd here in the Oour limine square seventy year.- ayo. The Mall hanged was named Sams, and he killed a man named Rouse in a cabin Which stood Willie the old Fisher hotel is now located. Sams took a change of venue to B one county and was hanged at Columbia (nr C'iint. Robt. B. Cal.iwrh v.m deputy sheriff of this comity then and took Sams to Columbia. Six mmders have been committed in this county, for which three were hanged, two m nmtted suicide, and one WJI sent to the penitentiary for life. Ralls Co. R cord. Examine vottf Hues. Patronize t io M S. Monroe institu Missouri rea. ettat'e mand. is in de- Kumors i ne w afloat again. railroads are C ir Correspond etit seem to be quite busy. T Telephone F.avesdropping re is mi fui m of dishones- Quincy's fail COli opens next Monday. Teacher a, get you. cards at t iii office. Bring in nix eai n and lift...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 October 1902

3 WtWZa Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1902. NO 28 IN OLD KENTUCKY. A Pleasant Visit In Our Old Home Some Things We Saw- other things we saw while there in another issue. I Off for the Fair. W. N. Maddox and wife, W. L. Gupton. wife and daughter, "How dear to this heart are the seenes j U. J. Davis and Miss Zetia took RURAL MAIL PATRONS Of Monroe City Post Office An of Great Interest. Item R H Washabaugh. L O Wilson, Mry E Wood, C W West. Route No. 3. ABOUT THE CHURCHS. of my childhood, When fond recollection presents them to view! The orchard, the meadow, the deep tangled wildwood, And every loved spot which my in fancy knew." Boone county, Kentucky, to gether with Kenton and Camp bell counties form that part iof the state in the -'horseshoe" of the Ohio river. Boone county was named for one of the grand est figures in frontier history, Daniel Boone. There were but few settlements in Kentucky prior to the first settlement in Boone county. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 October 1902

"JUST FROM GEORGIA The Fall Time Winds. I like tlie chilly weather, it's the kind that hard to beat: When the fall time winds are b.owlo', there's a fldgit in my leet; Fer the wind is like a fiddle, as it comes acrost the pines, An' I feel, although I'm agin', jest like cuttin' up my shines! An' it's out, Willi a shout. In the medders round about! When I hear T.,e fiddle's music I'll be r ., dy never doubt! We i' i i jood timt's iu April; an' lhuu Rummer days were Icing. They went their way rejoicin' in a hallelula sunn; But these chilly winds a blow make me think o' times gone by. When we kissed our sweat hearts to tile tune of "Comin1 Through the live!" Then, (jet cut, With a shout. In the medders round about! When I hear The fiddle's music I'll be ready never doubt! BKiw uu, O winds ui Autumn, 'crust medder sweet an' town. An' send he gray clouds fly in', an' s ake the red leaves down! Fer the golder rod's in leather, an' sweet the muscadines, An' 1 feel, although I'm agin', jest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 October 1902

1902 1 Fall anil Winter Saasnn 1903 i X U1X UUU II JLUIUX UUUMUUi 9r Werner the tailor has on hand the nicest line of . piece goods, foreign and domestic ever shown in this city. He Will Make You a Suit That Will Give Satisfaction in Every Way JSC JSC Bring in your old clothes and have them cleaned and pressed. We will make them look almost as good as new I am agent for one of the. best special order houses in Chicago If you must have a suit of that kind come in and leave your orders I will guarantee satisfaction. Werner The Tailor Indian Creek. To late for last week. Mrs. Dave Green, of Lad donia, visited Oscar Green and wife the first of the week. James Smith went to Chad ton County, Mo , oud May in answer to a telesram3rmltnat place saying that li is daughter Mrs. Amos Miller is very low with typhoid fever. She is there from Nebraska visiting relatives and friends and the home folks were expecting her here in a few weeks. Two sisters from Quincyjj were with us the first of the we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 October 1902

TMK DEMOCRAT 1 icl" made foods t,)an lne sameiCR American made goods sell for If after being shipped across the 'f . J. ROUSP:, Kditor. r HIXSON, City Editor. . BRMS $1,00 PER VEAK f otered h: Hip poat office it Monroe City, u lecoad-clwa mutter. Mo. TELEPHONE NO. U great ocean and perhaps across half a continent? Remember; that everything the farmer ha-? j to sell is priced on the open market, while our Republican frien U have given the favored few pi section for the purpose ol enabling the few to rob the many. DemocraticS peaking THCRSDAY. OCT. 9, 1902. Ev duty. Democrat must do 1 1 1 Human siaverv legally exists today Midler the American flag. St. n I with human liberty rights. Democracy f;r and for human On every issue tiie rand old Democratic party ta: d-, fur the plain people. Tru-ts. trusts, trusts and still great trusts an.- being organiz ed to plunder the people. Democracy demands the t-lec lion ol" the United S;,ttes Senator-, by direct vote of the people. There are yet gr...

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