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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 April 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marfan, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscrrtion, fl.00 Per Year. VOL. VI MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1899 NO. 2 All Kind?. rjM is Allie Nevtns made a bus iness trip to Quincy, Monday . Rev . Pf Thomas Cusick of Al ton III. came in last evening to visit the hotnefolks. The Baptist cleaned up 54000 Rood brivk a i! (I will have sever ill thousand good bats. Miss Maud Wine is v .siting tier sister. Mrs. Thorutou Mar shall, at Qui nc v. J. L. Lyon and wife were the ruestS of their daughter. Mrs. Theo. Gartner, at liroktield, Sunday. Miss Beuuie Ste ens lias been quite ill with the measles. Miss Myra Lewis is teaching in her place. .1. S. Scott made a business trip to Paitnyra. Monday- He had his ticket made out to Pal myra, Marion County, so as to be sure and get there. Missrs. Keid& Walker of this city are getting out the best rabbit and stock fence made. You ouglu to see it and use it....

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. — 13 April 1899

THE DEMOCRAT I a 11 iiMa,,mn Wa,ker' for 1HK wedding rings. W. . ROUSE. K. F. HIXSON, Editor City, Editor MONROE CI1Y, MO. Dr. Hornback, Aurist. Hannibal, Mo, Wm H. Wilson was Ttellor Thursday Mrs. Adkisson. ' near Perry is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. A. W. Bly. H. C. Sheets, of Palmyra was looking after his business inter ests in the City Thursday. For trade or sale, a good set buggy harness. Apply to W.M.'I i k H. Moss. Tit IV UK A COI.lt IX OHM OA Y. Tk l,xli Br nn H linina T.Met A Hrngii '-fiini MMrflfltMtl H i'"" "Be lire fMtoMBSf I BQunl tblet 111- V, V. Longmire made a btisi Oculist and neM trip to Palmyra Friday. Sewing Machine oil and Deed Quincy es at Waucbus, the jewelers. Frank Kirch and Boy Hogan, two of the Hannibal society young men came up Friday to, attend the hop riven by the Union Dancing Club at the: Opera House. For Sale. One Red 1 year old Short: Horn thoroughbred Bull, a good j one. See or write me at Mon- land was attending in Hannibal Thurs- 8. B. Oil to...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 April 1899

K)R CALIFORNIA TOURISTS. The Burlilpton Route lias week I v tourist sleeper excur sions, personally conducted (by a ouningTon uoute Agent i verv Wednesday, from Si Louis, and Thursday from Kan -1 sas City and St. Joseph to Los i Angelica and San Frauscisco. The route is via Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City with '.in per cent, sunshine through out the year. Ask Ticket Agent or write. L. W. Waret-ey, General Passenger Agent. St. Louis, Mo. OYSTERS. City Directory. A Horse Story. Simon Wooten, resident of the West Side, tells a great many stories and you can de pend upon it that about every iither one is strictly true and founded on real life. This is one of the others. Simon says: When us Wootens were kids our daddy lived several miles in the country from New Lon don. The old man was mon strous fond of 'tea' and would often go up to town to get it, and when he did so he always rode a little horse which 'he bought from a doctor and which he called 'Pillpeddler.' Now I'ilipeddler...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 April 1899

FARMERS: IT HAS BEEN MY OBJECT IX BUSINESS ALWAYS TO BUY THE BEST GOODS THE HARKET AFFORDS And Having hud the experience can give my patrons the advantage of I now have Complete Stocks ot - - - TtfAa7. Mnlin? Plows- and Cultivators including New Deoarture Cultivator, manufactured by Pattee Plow ' Co,, Moline and Brown Corn Planters, Harrows, Eta Also the Janesville Disc Cultivator. If vou are innc;d of a Buggy, Surrey. Road Wagon.or aaythtnin the vehicle line it wUl pay you to inspect my line as my Prices Defy Competition. CUUK. blUVCS, ine oriags ana oeacn, oupenor, ana umhu 7 ' THE DEMOCRAT , "y k for a districting or a ; wr nTrr rj changing ot ooundry lines bt-l R. F. WXSON. Citv Editcr. I Toe House has passed the chaser of its nssroua . 1 1 1 L. State Fair Bill by practically buc vj A bill making it a misde- nwannr In d likrinof ii ;i usurous I - : note without notifying the pur- in all such cases the character the Gov- Terms, $1 Per Year. "Juoreil at tle poMofllre iU Monroe Cli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 April 1899

City VOL. 12. i . . .I- I H'l I l I Hi --I l or $255. MONROE CITY. MISSOURI April 18 l-'.'.i NO i-l trotters! Presidents of the United States. Mi- Mlnni 1 Wiilis and Firxt. Wiit-hiiiiton tho C rutin, vnIio Olivia Brown n-:it S.iturday with Palmyra friends. 'Ihis. Elzeu, the id road man. paid Us it pleasant Visit Saturd? y morning. Mrs. Klla Eddy has returned rrom an exienueu visit i i ian- i sas City. C. E. Bljtea has mo'ed to Ids new, residence one mile and i half south of the city. Pet Stoddard has moved lo t lie stone house :i the B. G. Mn-i farm. Hon. V. S. McClintic came uver from Jefferson City Satur day to visit his tnteresci ig fam ily for a few days. W. J. Rouse came in from Jefferson Citv Saturday lo see Ins wife and the homefolk. Two handsome residences in Now York City were destroyed by tire Priday morning and eleven lives lost. Mrs. V. J. Rouse arrived Sat urday from Winchester, 11., where she had been visiting her mother. eonqnoii'd .nu foe. Next AtlnuiA, .lufferaoti, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 April 1899

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Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 April 1899

i t ! BOULVVARFS OPENING Watch this space for an nouncement of our opening next wee k. A. BOULWARE & SON. I c; 25 photon 2Sc, at Swing', Mrs. Alfred Orr is on the sick list. H. f). Wood, A I Vance and Dr. T. Proctor made a 1 IMS! IK'S-, trip to Palmyra yesterday. Mrs. M. A. Stephens returned from a visit to Ely friands, Tuesday. Miss Annie Dalton, of Ely, une to the city Tuesday after noon for a visit with friends. We Can Please You ic 4 jv.- X : : x t S ! ! Victor Yates came down from 'llicairo, Moudav. to visit liomefolk and his many friends. Mrs. .1. J. Norton, we are sorry to say, is not improving as her friends would wish. FOR REN I". A house with three; or four rooms. Apply to A. IS. Warner or J. A. Me I son A Co. Mrs. Susm Hunt, of Victor, is Visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Knox, who lias been sick for souk; time. , It looks a little suspicious. Jasper McClitltlc was seen buy ing spoons on the street Saturday. S3 photos 2c. atEwtng's. For good ice go to J. W. Bur ditt. For E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 April 1899

.1. 9 i ... The Wolves of Hie Wind. I A Burden of the Beasos, written In Mialf of a City's Lodging HOMO.) Mara are my waiix ai lowln my roof Vt( heaven bn iaucti! tlu-y are win-! ter-proof! i lin k, how the wnlvc of the wrrwd ruh j by! rWaa (be Mound I beard a human I eryT) . j Yj.e t'- n my hearth i bUllngl Wtttalu i . neer, without la the Bight, j Hlonflliitit; with fear fvnni heart to v :'.jfc. hmv thr wolvew Of wind j mufc fy! T5iP7 an' swift, thy STB fall, anrf thev never tire, Bstlhey huu Ibe lit;h of my Matting bn s t:y f)teti rny portion ho iafe am I. I ".V at win4 f Kesri) a human-cry? Tliey bve broken kite leash that held! twin laek, l And the whole world dreads the fiereo : ToibclUr, to iiUifci:, let all tiiin- y Hark, bow wvlvos of the wind rush, by! Matters not wlietv, the heath or the to wts Whatever they meet they're trampling down; Snd the veins of victim they're drain iiU dry! Whs the swnnd 1 heard a human cry?) "'lie sound, too plnia. it rises again, The iny rlad w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 April 1899

V J nd. iv ton of Canton Mo.. SherinS was loclitLjJftMllie Edina cnl-,srATE 'M,! ') aboose ThurtTOrfy nif tit for Jis- w xrvnrvlVsi;: , . . (j' i l! vlrl "',,ll anlhlirUy ' in:, liic uii'jttiy .- In Partition, 8 H. uy viri ii- mm aunitirlty or Ml order (til 1erve n Mi. i tn in Corvt llf Monroe eolllltv. afterwards the building was in Manraa iMunty, errMiini ami delivered, and i i f .ii ramie and tutored at the October Term IKmin ! Humes and before the doors mid caan In iho ftrtltloti Knit f navim, I ... , , . . 1 MoUoil I'lnlnUCr v Susan K. lloarmau. Alu'l 0, COUld be Opened tie WilS OUmea BiHUfmail nn.l JCIla M. Boanaaii In-fendaiits. I , .. i. i i i . i I will Mil nt ,nl, lie auction to (be highest bid- . to death. U is believed that he dor for rush in hud' Mjhe Wwtnvat door i . i i -Ilir i .mil Mum i i cho ClUr of Paris, lotiiitv of , tired the maiding in an attempt Monroe nod mu of Missouri, on Tuiy atv Mh dnr f Arll IMV tiUtWMN the bmtnurf f AM LtUU VUJIUI I ( i I i , I have mo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 April 1899

WARREN. YV have heard :i lot of eotnplain- Ing abont tint bad rosdii It, I). McGlaesoti l gQltW to erect ,i telephone Una from bit residence to the central offloe in Warron. Tbel letopbQMi buslnesi ims 'taken n boon j in this vicinity: there will In avwal mora line? run Into the oentral offlea Nome time in the near future. Mies Allle Wine, of Moneos t.lty, is teaching the f ji in terra f tii Warren school. 1.. K. Davis, of Warren, Is teach- intf at the Davis tebool house four niles northwest of Warreni .Indue Hawkins was attending! court in Palmyra lust week. Tom Jnrmniii Monroe Mty. stayed in our town Monday night. Our farmer sro roaming thecoun try In watch f feed of any kind. I-Ved is retting about as icarce as lion 'a teeth in tlii country. Redman Dlivis, of near EtMfcftli j waa in our Uiwn Saturday on busb ' I1CSS. c M. Brovrer had a barn raising Saturday. There was about thirty men there. .1. K Renanaw is coin).' d the remainder ol the carpenter , work. .?. F. Renahaw is getti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 April 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. V2 Devoted to the Interests of Maris, Monroe and Falls Counties. TfONROB PITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY APRIL 20, 1899 Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. NO. 3 A . Royal Feast. ' Poor printers generally live on chips and whetstones unless they have "pie" of their own making and that makes things blue, not rosey. But for a change last Wednesday night the force at the Dumockat office were in a big streak of luck. To the staff of life. Mrs. O. Harry Parks added the fancy part by sending in one of the lightest and most -delicious luncneons tuat had ever seen OFFICIAL STATEMENT of the Financial Condftiou of the Farmers L Merchants HANK, of Monroe City, at Monroe City. .State of Mlseour1, at the clone of Inrs IneKH on the fith. day of April JSOO. RBSOCBCBB. LoauH and d laoounta uiidoultr edlv pood on personal or collateral (:nrity 001,384.08 Loans and discounts DA- doilbti-dlv food on i-n.l estate nemriy 7,585.00 Jettcrton City Jottings. A...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 April 1899

t COMRADES. Yi it kind ' makea n laugh Till B0 ,,v : r linv" photograph, Perched up lien 'longkhi tuu eiw of mo, when tho war begun. Mrnewsftuk In lnsrt' tho ! IJighlcra ixty. NiiK-ty-fljli' His km t .,: In, Tbal'i kin' Set- An', by 1 ! , ! lid in Don't look much like tfm hi sad. Wnsn't t!i n Itni i ftp ;rl'l Tiuti In' cum Mid crowed i" Rght Pur coutitity an tli'1 right. Never thought my ion 'ml iwlneaabHl In oldlerlw' Kit On .ho msntleptoce where I've st tiioin' loco lixty-iivc. gsma big "U. y." Reckon Ui Itlllo It a Sprlnglteld. 'TW DllTerantduukln1 frpm Ulv' to us In Sixtv-onr A Kraii "Wknt you !-; ' f course : lcki I bet von. Illtu a hoi'md SLii say not' Well, gUMM I'll ':il An old Springfield for iry make. Won't we wsn 'In- yarns. Iy glim! When Us furlough bt'intia him kum! Mire, his I e' bin Isrgol)' 'iiini. .n' lie hasn't knd to trump I'liroitgh '.if wlldcrne, 1 i tc-- nv . r aiioUut VicksbuiK mo, lint, rio&gpne! no 'lUtod too. iVnd v i-'i'i-comrade in tko blue. AND 1 We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 April 1899

Read and Heed. Tile Burlington train No. 3, Oue at Monroe City at 1:10 p. m. now makes connections the same ;is night trains. The train will make connections between Kan sas, Leavenworth. Atchison, St. Joseph and LlUCOtl Neb., there Connecting with fast west-hound Denver train No. 1 tor Colorado Utah, and Pacific coast. Equip ments of this train comprises coaches, chair cars, (seats free) and .St. Joe and Lincoln.. Remem ber train No. 3 between St. Loulii, Qulncy and Hannibal, due here at 1:10 p. m. makes all connections for the west. Notice of Flunl Settlement All creditor Mil others Interested lit tlio es tate of Jnrac II. Milt, (tooMMtfi ftre hereby M ttBeU thai the Mldtrfif nerl, AdMltllMMOf In Cfcatf "f estate Intttldl to make filial set tlement Ol Mil. I estate at the next term of Pro. hale Courier Monro County, Missouri, to he hotVUn Mt the city of Paris In oaM oounty ou the athdayorMay, ft. w. n. r iacksox, April ,IK! Ailmluistrator Notice of Final st tlemoiit la 1 . Alli re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 April 1899

V V I L & k I JiUihhhsiMM FARM T .-f H f' -Xf Mi i IT HAS BEEN MY OBJECT IN BUSINESS ALWAYS TO BUY THE IBE5T GOODS THE HARKET AFFORDS! And Having had the experience can give my patrons the advantage :f ataxic J aE '. Wilis' itia .-k.ijjm jo bbmi j I now have Ccmpleto Stocks of - - - ii . K 7T ... ' . TV 11 75 .. 1' T"J1 1 T .1' a- 1 10 mourns iviorrisori, Draaiay, lvionne nows, ana univaxors lnciuaing sfe the Genuine New Departure Cultivator, manufactured by Pattee Plow Co,, Moline and Brown Com Planters, Harrows, Etc, Also the Janesville Disc Cuhivator, it you arc in need of a Buggy, Surrey, Poad Wagon.or a jy.htnj in the vehicle line it will pay you to inspect my line as my Prices Defy Competition. COCK STOVES. The Bridge and Beach, Superior, and Charter Oaks are by far the best Cookers made. i 1 A JAEGER. THE LEA.T5"E"R, THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, Gty Editor. Fellow sometemg Democrats, there is for each and uverv i i one of ns to do in this tight with plu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 April 1899

m m 3 at A JV i. L VOL. 12, MONROE CITY, MISSOURI April 80, 1H0U NO 3. J). D. Melsoti made a busi- WHY WE EXPAND, ness trip tu Palmyra Saturday. UaptWt Woskly. Benj, Handley made u busi- ' ness trip to Palmyra Friday. J Col. J. 11. Elliott and wile were visiting tueir sun, Robert, I in Hannibal Friday. Rev 11 W. James filled up i pjliltmilts at W. ntesiJ.es Sun lay. in)', desire to acquire territory; but that .vus befotc we knew that we needed to expand. Q. why did the United j Q. When did we ttnd that States go j war witii Spain? out? A. The newspapers A. To Help tile Cubans. (some of them) found it out t. What was Lite matter ft bout July I: tne president With the Cubans? A. Spain j found it out when he heard the would not let them be independ- j crowds applaud his remark's at ent. j various railroad depots in he it vvii.t iu9 bniin West. 1. II : . VMV, i . V. 'j'.l III .V. T. Raglan I was called to I treated the inuaoitauts cruelly Q. Are you sure that was the Palmyra on legal bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 April 1899

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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. — 20 April 1899

3 Ml Virgie Jr1stV.v wis q,ulfe III Sum!;! V even in". The Kit killed three (food horses for J, tl. McClintic Sun day night out at hi fa$ro. C. E. Purnell, of (he pep Gee, was in the City witli friends. Friday afternoon. OESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25 MD 26. New Stock, New Styles, New Prices, New Building are going to move into our New Building and will be ready for business Tuesday, April 25 til, commencing on April 25th. and , con tiuueing until the 6th. of Mav, we will sell vou shoes 3 foe less than our competitors can biy them. Everybody, invited to come and see us. A Souvenir For Every Customer A. Boulware & Son. Johnson & Davenport loan money on life Insurance policies in (food Companies', Miss Bessie Boone spent Sat- Su inlay with the uruu v aim sjS 1 nonniollv at Eh Dp. E. B 1i re ,5285 vs $47.50 Men .'iles came very near knocking the Dumocrai force oul this Week. .1. 0. Mayes ll ; a speckled beauty now. Frank Westhoff -and family were the quests of their friends, Je...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 April 1899

THE DEMOCRAT Co to U. Manning Walker' for ImK wedding rings. k ROUSE, :. HIXSON, Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY. MO. nt win: a CO LIU H oskii.it. drUM Ut rcfUUri min y If it fails V) cnru 25c I ytdr 1VUU Tht fOnUid hM I. I; U on each tablet- 111- Tlie Railroad ;i en L makes j the statement: There will be j 5,000 miles of Mill road built in : ! the United States before the Dr. Hornback, Oculist and A ii-t. Hannibal, Mo, Mrs. H. J. Holmes paid this office an appreciated 'Thursday morning. Good for the Stout ville Ban ner. Slie has put on a clean dress and discarded the patent Mrs. E. C. Long is spending two weeks with the homefollc ; at Nebo, til. Tim. jolly old uncle Tim Mad- visit den paid us a pleasant visit and i one that was profitable to us. Call again with your cheerful manners. Lasl Thursday was the 12tli birthday o! the Madison Times. It is a spicy, breeay paper. They do say that Ran was overtaken by an accident near the truck at the II. & Si. ,l' de pot. 1'or trade or s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 April 1899

0 3 a 8 9 i 9 w a n I !i ii rj i 9 a j 3 n 5 u n 0 Q g 0 Q 1 0 I WELTBEHS METHOD OF MAGNETIC HEALING. Is nov ticed by PROF'S CATRON ft MAGRUDER With gre't.t succes . at Moberly. Missouri. Some of their cures are wuuticftul and apparently magical. All manner of diseases cured without medicine. Magnetism , il the popular Cure of the day, A greater per cent of cures are made by ttiis treatment than any other method or prac tice. Il you have any chronic disease in which yon have failed to get relief do not despait. there is yet hope. Write to. or come and see Prof's Catron & Magruder. We also cur-1 by absent treatment. Write to us for full particular if you can not come to see us. Read some of our many Testimonials: I'rof.K natron A MtagrNdajr, I i a i" lufferoi eonstanjtly with Kidney trouble for eight year. I 1m hini rheuumttam, loet vitality andoonstlpatlon. haveexhauated tin- beat Modioal fkiil but n reltefrortiioately I went, to Prof'a Catron t Magruder and was soon restored to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 April 1899

White Elephant Buggies, Surreys, and Wagons are the Best ami Cheapest. For Champion Mow ers and Binders, Com Planters, Plows, Disc Cultivators and Machine Oils, o to WM. N.MADDOX where you will find all ot the John Deere Goods. fffl, N, Maddox. $285 vs $47,50 HUNTINGTON. Miss Ollie Baxter, of Perry, s vis iting her aunt, Miss Effie Baxter. Phil Arnulty spent Sunday with hi divinity near Cincinnati, Prank McAllister Bpent Sunday with Mr, John Hay den of Linwuod, The content of his lone; green box v. ro fast becoming a more ramem brance, hence the trip. The road were probably never rougher than at the present time. Several, however) took advantage of their generally dry condition and at- j tended church Sunday. John Howard and family moved to New Canton, 111., last week. W re gret to lose a good citizen lilt.' Mr. Howard. Mr. Daniel Stanby, of II!.. has moved on the farm vacated by Mr. Howard. Miss liessie Ploilffbe, who h::s been living with her lister In Chicago and attending sehooi...

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