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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 April 1903

it Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 16 , 1903 NO 3 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Please remember t hat the church news column closes 9 a. m. sharp, every Wednesday. We go to considerable more trouble to get that column to gether, than any other in the paper. Wednesday is press day and the advertisement depart ment is busy and all other space practically provided for. Please do not forget, because we do not like to say nouand sometimes disappoint one, on the other hand we cannot miss the early mails by holding up for belated matter. Rev. Fr. J. Lyon, of Indian Creek paid the Democrat an appreciated visit MoDday after noon. Rev. Fr. W. N. Robinson S. J. of St. Louis, delivered a very able discourse at St. Stephens church Easter Sunday. Rome, April 10. The Pope today received Monsigneur Veccia, secretary of the Con. gregation of the Propaganda, who submitted the names of Rt. Rev John J. Glennon, coadju ...

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. — 16 April 1903

I CENTS a mm. FOR Limit WIIIII1IIH III ! IM 1 il ir-" Ready Mixed Paint. YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FAC. ?RY TO CONSUMER. We pay the freight. E 5T 7 FREE! FREE! F The finest assortment of color curds ever Issued. JDST NOW, before you forget it, write for these color curds. The only STRICTLY UNION MADE Paint, on the market. Honest fronds made by skilled workmen. A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. Liberty paint is guaranteed for five years by a million dollar company. Active men and women make; $200 a month representing us. THE EUREKA PAINT & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. 1 BURPEE'S ill ARE THE BEST THAT CAN BE GROWN If you want the choicest vegetables or most beautiful flowers 'you should read BURPEE'S FARM ANNUAL FOR I903,-o known as the 1 "Leading American Seed Catalogue." It is mailed FRE E to all. Better send your address TO-DAY. W. ATLEE BURPEE 4 CO., PHILADELPHIA. Wisteria Blooms. The following beautilu. poem was written several years ago by Mrs. Kate A. UuBo.se. of Sparta...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 April 1903

We Give Them Away. We are furnishing free to our rect and official answers to 1,600 important questions in readers, something that Is ft. history of the 40 leading nations of the world. All the and away the best thing evei offered by any newspaper. By special arrangement with the well known Chicago atlas pub lisher, we mow offer free to all our readers "Tunison's New Indexed Wall Atlas of our State, Nation and Globe," size 3 feet and 2 inches by over 2 feet wide. Printed in 5 beauti ful colors and mounted with Japanned iron rods ready for hanging in any office, home or school. Our State This splendid new map will be appreciated by all for ready reference. It undertakes to show every post office bold and plain, from lat est Government reports. To gether with a quick index to post offices and counties to date, giving the population of each lrom latest census. The United States In a new and correct map of our Nation in 5 colors from new plates and has marginal tables, giving books in a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 April 1903

I THE DEMOCRAT W.J. ROUSE) Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. $1.00 PER YF.AM leri-rt nt thu pm nfllre at Monroe elty, M f cconil-clRSB matter. tM I Pill Mt NO. Mo. Earl Keid. of Macon City, spent Easter Sunday in the city with Hit homefolks and For Sale. German Millet Seed at J. W. Hardbsty's. 1 It). 1 Missouri now has five apple trees to every person within her orders. She is the Apple Que i 'i of the universe. THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1908 J M. Bon 1 ware, of Hannibal, was the guest of relatives in the city Friday. For sale, my line black horse. T. M. Maddux. 416 Dr. W. W. Rltcbey's address I is 2710 Prospect Ave., Kansas City. Mo, tf. Mrs Nannie Thleboff, of ICx CCllo. has been the guest of rel Stives in the city. Confections and fruits includ ing very line Winesap apples at Sharp & Donley's. Gus Westboff, of Quincy. spent EBaster Sunday in the city with old friends who we-e glad to see him. The tinest line of Coffees in the City at Sharp it Don ley's. The Kepublican boss, uncle ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 April 1903

S Robispierre, 43462 This Imported Percheron Stallion is a very dark dapple gray, 4 years old, 17 hands high and weighs 1860 pounds, with perfect style and action and kind disposi tion. He was sired by Fernando tor which Dunhams paid f 10, 000 in France. His dam, Rustique, was a great show mare in France. Tie has proven himself an extra good breeder and sure foal getter. He will stand at our barn at the low price of $12.00 to insure colt to teat. Acton Le Grand 1819, A. S. H, R. Is a black, 3 years old, as good as the best. Will serve a few choice mares at $10.00 to insure. Sancho Is a black Jack, 12 years old, 15 12 hands high, very heavy bone and body, large head and ear. Is said to be the best breeder in the country. Will serve mares at $6.00 to insure. H, Claude Williamson, Three miles south of Hunnewell Phone via Hunnewell a J ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- H. B. Mudd, W. R. Buckman and John Wood loaded a palace car with fancy horses last ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 April 1903

To those who wish the best breeding stock, i BELGIAN DRAFT STALLION FALCON, 859. Is a bay, star in forehead, foaled January 1895, 16 1-2 hands high, weighs 1800 pounds. Has good bone, good foot and good style and as good eyes as ever seen in a draft horse's head. Pedigree: FALCON was sired by Bidel, 851, (3678) he by Slexis (780) out of Moutocme (245). Moutonne by Mouton (584) out of Bonlasse II by Bayard (47) out of Marie by Brilliant (31.) Dam Jeannette 64 (4381) by Sultan II 1386. The FRENCH COACH HORSE, SUPERIOR, 2377, Is a brown bay, left hind foot white, 16 hands 1 inch high, weighs 1300 lbs. Has good bone, good foot and best of style and action. SUPERIOR was foaled June 21. 1898, bred by W. L Ellwood of DeKalb, I 0ff Illinois) sired by Insulaire 856, dam Esperance 618 by Baptiste Lemorcf 2d dam VU11 VV' by Voila; 3d dam by Inlrouvable. Insulaire 850, by Colporteur out of Kancheuse by Qui Vive; Colporteur by Normand out of Zaice by Conquerant; Normand by Divus out of a daughte...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 April 1903

gmmnmmmmmmmimmmmwmmmmmmmmmi A TALK ON-- Z Business Principles. 3 I Schflfner I I 1 Wade, , V Clothe T iHIS STORE has taken the adva gressive position in th retaiiin; of wear ing apparel We h.ive ignored all the antiquated, inconsistent and unjust meth odfl and conditions that afflict the merchandising business to such a ureal extent. We put before the public the most simple. straightforward und equitable trading position im aginable. We offer for your consideration this large store fi ll of Clean, honest, dependable goods in all grades tor Ladies and Gentlemen the best ready-to wear apparel that America's greatest tailors can produce. i ? We pledge onr prices to be the lowest it is pos sible to place on such goods. We are sure that no store adhering to good BUSINESS PRINCIPLES can duplicate our values. For every dollar brought to this store we give a full dollar's worth of goods nothing else and we are always ready to make good every word we say. We invite investigation and suggest ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 April 1903

f f ? f. The Fine Imported Draft Stallion, BANG ALA, 18198, Was imported 111 October. 1901. by Jules DeRiemaecker, ot Jerseyville, Illinois, and is a black, 4 years old and weighs 2000 pounds, He lias tremendous bone, tine style and action and good feet. This Splendid Draft Horse will make the season of 190 at the barn of Edward l.onjjmire, one mile south of Monroe City, TERMS: Bangtll will stand at $ 10.00 to insure a living colt Should a mare be parted with or removed from neighborhood, the insurance is forfeited and money is due and payable. Colt to be held good for service fee. All care taken to prevent accident:-, but no responsibility should any occur. Pasture fur nished to mares from a distance. BLOSSOM, 2d, Is a Black Jack, white points. 15 1-2 hands high, sired by T. A. Maupin'S Jumbo. 1st dam by Excelsior. Will make the season at the same place. He is the sire of big, smooth mules TERMS: 7 to insure a living colt and same conditions as the horse. Edward Longmire. I f I I i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 April 1903

i At One Half the Cost Lion Coffee has better strength and flavor than m?.ny so-called "fancy" brands. Bulk coffee at the same price is not to be com pared with Lion in quality. In 1 lb. air tight, sealed packages. J Misses Mary and Fannie Wimsatt,jtwo of the belles of Indian Creek, "paid then Demo crat a visit. Wr only wish they would do so more frequently. The be9t physic Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets. Easy to inUv: pleasant in effect. For sale by All Dealers. Henry Kencirick and wife. Harry Jarman. Miss Mamie Lttttfion Htdi Mrs. V. D;ile at tended the school exere-" s't the Saccharine villiyi' Fiiday night. i WALL PAPER, A Jew's Clothing fits just like the paper on the wall, Mrs. Node Green and daugh ter, Miss Juliet, left Thursday, for Hydesbarg to visit Mrs. Green's mother. Mrs. Bailor Maddox. Teachers, get your :ards at this office. report W. A. Gosney paid the Dem OCRAT an appreciated visit Saturday. Dr. 'Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. Geo. P. Johnstoi . ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 April 1903

Joanna Links. John Heckard's baby lias bee very sick with pneumonia 1) is recovering slowly. Preaching at Oakland church was well Attended .Sunday morn ing and evening. Services were conducted by regular pi stor. Rev. Trower Wallace Adams and wife made a Hying trip to Monroe City last week. On account of lite Mill farm work has been retarJed a day or two. Aiva Berry is hauling hay to feed on through the summer, to the place he has rented. Tom Berry is putting in a crop ol oats on his father's place. Prospects for yrass and whe.it are good in this vicinity. Salt river spread over most of the low bottomi last Friday and Saturday, but is falling fast. James Lovvry was in the vi cinity ol Oreenlawn on business last Wednesday. Some of our farmers are not done sowing oats on account of the rain. Now is the time when all of the pretty uirls are to be found in the yard enveloped in sun bonnets scaring old hens ou ui the flower beds. ut ! G3 ? 1 Here's a drop by which profit. you can Crankin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 April 1903

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 23 , 1903 NO 4 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Rev. H. W. Cole, of Roches ter, N. Y., has been called to the Fifth St. Church in Hanni bal. He will begin the pas torate the last of May. Rev. W. W. Brown began the pastorate of Bethlehem c hurch last Saturday. He will preach there the 3rd Sunday and the Saturday before it, in each month. Philadelphia, April 19. The Rev. Francis A. Horton, well known in the Presbyterian Church, pastor of Temple Pres byterian Church, this city was stricken with apoplexy while preaching tonight, and died soon after being removed from the pulpit. Rev. J. I. Connelly, of La .Grange filled appointments for Rev. William Calloway at War ,ren, Sunday. Rev. W. R. Anderson Jr., who has been attending college in Louisville, Ky., has received a call as pastor of one of the Presbyterian churches of that city. He accepted and com menced his labors this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 April 1903

CENTS A GALLON FOP LIBERTY' i Ready nixed Pain MMM YOU BUY DIRECT FROf" PACT 1Y TC CONSUMER. Wo p&y Lin; freight. K 7 .otj -Xra u FREE! FREE! FR The finest assortment of color cards over issued. JUST NOW, before you forget it, write for these color cards. The; only STRICTLY UMON MADE Pcini, on be market. Honest goods made by skilled workmen. A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. Liberty paint is guaranteed for live years by n million dollar company . Active men and women make 200 a month representing us. IWc EUREKA PAINT & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. BURPEE' SEEDS ARE THE BEST; THAT CAN BE GROWN If you want the choicest vegetables or most beautiful llowers ou shot.ui Mil BURPEE'S FARM ANNUAL FOR 1903, -so well knuwn as the 'XfttUng American Seed Catalogue." It is mailed FRE E to all. Better send your address TO-DAY. W. ATLEE BURPEE A CO., PHILADELPHIA. "0, I Dunno!" Lindy's hair. ill curly tailzies en her eyes is deep en' gray. En' they alius seems er dream in' en c: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 April 1903

We Give Them Away. We ate furnishing free to our readers, something that is fai and away the best thing evei offered by any newspaper. By special arrangement with the well known Chicago atlas pub lisher, we now offer free to all our readers "Tunison's New Iudexed Wall Atlas of our State, Nation and Globe," size 3 feet and 2 inches by over 2 feet wide. Punted in 5 beauti ful color , and mounted with Jgpanned iron rods ready for hanging in any office, home or school. Our State This splendid new map will be appreciated by all for ready reference. It undertakes to show every post office bold and plain, from lat est Government reports. To gether with a quick index to post offices and .counties to date, giving the population of each irora latest census. The United States In a new and correct map of our Nation in 5 colors from new plates aud has marginal tables, giving name and population of cities having 2500 and over popula tion. The Map of the World Gives "All the Nations of the World i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 April 1903

HOUSE, Editor. BtZSOK, City Editor. XHF DEMOCRAT i,omfl ""tin'shed grades of heav. ier cattle not suitable for feed er. sold at f4.0U to 4. ro. The cow market was steady to 10 cents lower; fat heifers were J lower, excepting a few cars that were bought for eastern shipment. Corn fed cows are Mo j quoted from $3.85 to $4.50; me- ! dium to decent cows at $3.40 to I $3 7.-. W. .!. R. F. TERMS $I.OO PER YRAP !'!ctet t the pout office M Monroe city, an neroDri-rlMiii matter. iti fpiiim) m THURSDAY. APRIL li Hto3 ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, l or Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- Market Report. The DEMOCRAT has made ar rangemi uts with Rice Broi OotnmiSNiotl Merchants for the exclusive use of their report. Kansas City. April 21, 1908. TUESDAY'S REVIEW. The had feeling that existeil at the close of last week's mar ket is being gradually over come. The number of catcle re ceived this week is somewhat below expectations. With only 8,600 head on today's market, trading ruled active with pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 April 1903

Robispierre, 43462 This Imported Percherou Stallion is a very dark dapple gray' 4 years old, 17 hands high and weighs 1960 pounds, with perfect style and action and kind disposi tion. He was sired by Fernando tor which Dunhams paid $10,000 in France. His dam, Rustique, was a great show mare in France. He has proven himself an extra good breeder and sure foal getter. He will stand at our barn at the low price of $12.00 to insure colt to teat. Mrs. O. Scott spent Saturday with friends at Woodland, All kinds ol fancy and staple groceries at SHARP & Donley's. SEASON OF 1003. R. H. SIMMONS, 14506 Mrs. J. C. Ensor and children drove over to Clapper Satur day to spend Sunday with relatives. Race record 2:25, P. Race record 2:2 3-4, T. Trial 2:12 SU-e of Josephine 2:20 and is standard both by breeding and Sirou by Simmons 2i44- race record z:2n. The sire or 1.10 i d pe n 2:1 I By Pacing Abdallah, 6038, in 2:30 list. rformance 30 list ire of 6 Acton Le Grand 1819, A. S. H, R. Is a black,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 April 1903

latest Addition of Books to the Monroe City Library. Animals I Have Known Thompson Alexander the Cheat Abbott Alfred the Great Abbott Audrey Marv Johnson I Avery B. S. Phelpi j Adam flush Meeklna Aliceand Phoebe Carey's Poem? Barabbas Corel I i Byron's Poems Browning's (Mrs.) Poems Blenr.erhasset Pidgin Cotta Family Two ot Tbetnielvea Castle Craaeycrow McCutcbeon Conqueror, The Atherton Captain Macklln Davis ' Castaways. The Otis Cromptons, The Holmes Cecilia Crawford Confessions ot a Wife, The Mary Adams Dorothy Vernon Major Dorothy South Kggleston Dora Dean Holmes Etnmett Hon lore Opie Reed Eternal City. The H. Cain Familiar Quotations Bartlett Fuel of Firs. The Fowler Galveston Ualstead Greater than Love Mrs. Alexander Granville DeVigne Ouida Glengarry Scliool Days Ralph Connor Goldsmith's Poems Holmes' Poems Highway of Fate, The Rosa Carey Her College Days Johnson Histories 8 Volumes Hearts Courageous Rives Hound of Bakersville, The Doyle House with Green Sliutters Douglas Herb ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 April 1903

mstmmm?mmwmmmmmmmmmvmmmm?HwmmmmmnmmmmK Statements Substantiated by Actual FACTS, AND FACTS BROUGHT OUT BV REASON. It i :n acknowledged fact by many, that wn ;in Hell von better SHOES EE fr th. money than any other house in Monroe City. The REASON for this g iswfj carry so many different lines of GOODS that we can sell on closer mar- 1 than If we handled 8 HOES exclusively. Isn't this reasonable? Ask yourself the question When we arc not selling Slices we are selling f DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CARPETS OR MILLINERY. F we arc busy all the time selling SOMETHING, which undoubtedly vcrifiics g. the above statements. We ask you to investigate this matter before buying z your shoes and feel sure that a showing will convince vou of the GREAT VALUES vvc offer in our B SHOE DEPARTMENT. We can show you the celebrated and well known "WALK OVER" brand at $3.50 and $4.00 in men's dress shoes, and the stylish and popular "PINGREE" make in Ladies $2.50 $3.00 and $3.50, while our stock of medium price a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 April 1903

I - nr f f U4 The Fine Imported Draft Stallion, ANQALA, 18198, Wm imported in October, 1901, by Jules DeRiemaecker, ot Jcrseyville, Illinois, and is a black. A years old and weighs 2000 pounds. He has tremendous bone, tine style and action and good feet. This Splendid Draft Horse will make the season of 190) at the barn of Edward Longmire, one mile south of Monroe City, TERMS: Bangala will stand at (110.00 to insure a living colt Should a mare be parted with or removed from neighborhood, the insurance is forfeited and money is due and payable. Colt to be held good for service fee. All care taken to prevent acci dents, bul no responsibility should any occur. Pasture fur nished to mares from a distance. BLOSSOM, 2d, Is .1 Black lack, white points. 15 I 2 hands high, sired by T. A. Maupin's Jumbo. 1st dam by Excelsior. Will make the season it the s;ime place. He is the sire of big. smooth mules TERMS: $7 to insure a living colt and same conditions as the horse A GRAND JURY OF OUR OWN. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 April 1903

Bin Mmm . W " 1 ii-fl do yu suppose dip into that bulk coffee before you buy it? Lion Coffee vr.- comes in scaled, air- cliance for handling, or dirt or things to get in. Clean, Fresh and Fragrant. L M Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal. Mo. Teachers, get your :ards at this office. report Tony Wilson was a Palmyra visitor Friday. Miss Mary Whit taker, of Slielbina, lias been the guest of friends in the city. Tho bft physio Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets. Kusy to take: pleasant in effect. Tor nalo by All Dealers. Mrs. C. E. Goodman and Master Drury left Friday af ternoon for Clarltsville. Mo , where thty expected to spend several weens with relatives. Whoop ee but tln-re was lots of Monroe people invited to dance on the carpet in Paris, Thursday and they would a heap sight rather have stayed at home. It is worse than when a railroader dances on the car pet. Mrs. M. A. Hornback. of Pal myra, has been In the city with former friends, As A 'a. families hearts see.n to be ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 April 1903

f Boul 1 i i ex ware's Shoe Store ! OUR STYLES Shoes and Oxfords. For Ladies, Misses and Children, Men, Boys and Little Gents, Quality always the X BEST. X Price always the X LOWEST. X ft jgOOTS rV"SHOiS f V I The Exclusive SHOE STORE we are in the XJ.XUXXk.Wi ivi Miss Susie Threlkeid, of Pal myra has heen the yuest of her aunt. Mrs D. R. Campbell. Miss Unie Foley, who is teaching school at Brevier, spent Saturday and Sunday in the city wifh her mother. For a good rich, mellow, rip ened ice cream soda, not the kind that goes watery before you can eat it. Garner's is the place to get it. Miss Tudie Swinkey wants yon to understand that though she is not carrying an ad a yard long, she still has the finest line of hats in the city and it is being added to daily by the work :if three trimmers. The prices are just your fit. F. S. Saunders and f;milv have moved from Pittsfield, III., to this city. He is a first class machinist and intends to open a shop here. He has patented the "Little G...

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