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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 December 1899

Monroe City merchants are selling goods at small profit and as they have large stocks to select from tliis is a good place to trade. See the advertisements. Do not sponge your reading. You should remember your neighbor takes his paper be cause he wants it and he don't want it gobbled up by some dead beat the minute he lays it down. The loan of a newspa per is a small thing to refuse yet it is an awful small thing to borrow. Bubsribe for the paper and you will have it to read when you want it unless some other dead -beat has borrowed it of you. Memphis Democratic Standard. The real meaning of "Christ mas present" has been lost in all too man' cases: we give from other motives than the right one we give her from obligation; we give there because others have -riven to us: we fifive to lit the co- dltions of those upon whom we bestow, and frequent ly go beyond our means;we give where the heart does not go with the offering. Edward Bole. Wrong motives for action bring ruin in their train...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 December 1899

THE DEMOCRAT 1,b"dln retiri,1 the GOLD STANDARD AND TRUSTS. 10 rHE CITIZENS AND TAX or. (R . S 1879 Section 6781- I rtnhiir and l:isi but not . v W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. H. HIXSON, City Editor. Terms - - - - Si Per Year, Kiitarei t thv pnttoAs Monro city. Mir .loun. us MGOMQ iliii nuttier. THURSDAY, DEO. 7, 1899 FOK PRESIDENT IN 1900. irreenback and hist but not .. .. . , . un me mo least gi mg the national banks . ., .. , , ., trust evi the a monopoly 01 me paper money circulation. Certainly 1 America wl a 1 n On the money question and message says OOLO iTANDARO. I urgently recommend that to . 1 . I I M PAYERS OF MONROE COUNTY, MISSOURI. For your benefit I publish be- ... ow a sect ion ol I hm Kl.ilnto ru. the brave men of "PP" existing goiu sun- , ... ; 1 ot stand .till and to maintain "the par- JtS?"' '"V M i i. - .. . , .. Passed ov the ast :iinri ri uv in VMiii'Mii t iei'iiiiis ot l ie . iuiv - ft HON. V t, HllYAN. t the money power wheij that rule means the slavetnent of the p...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 December 1899

" M i 0ur cut prlee sale Htlllcontln- X ONI V A CCW HAVC TC 1 ! levy's Cash Clothing store I CHRISTMA Mat Murphy was in the Bluff City yesterday. What is your excuse for keep ing house without the DEMO CRAT? in t Santa Claus will soon arrive. I Presents For Everybody, Finest collection of Fancy China ever shown t the city. I LAMPS OF ALL KINDS. Sterling Silver and Ebony Novelties Books, Toys, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Dry Goods, Gent's Furnishings, J Pccts, Shccs and Groceries. Yours to serve, J Yours to serve, B. G. Moss thinned two car loads of good cattle to Chicago Sunday. A. Rohr did not do a thing ! hut spend Sunday and Monday with his best. Lash Pinks is a proud papa. ' A sweet little girl arrived at his home Tuesday. W. J. Krause and wile. of Barry, in., spent Nunday in l his city with friends. W. A Bast Ian and wife came down from Hunnewell Saturday on a shopping expedition. George Walker came home from school to spend thanks giving with the homefolk. 1 Dollars Saved mm Are Do...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 December 1899

TIIF. D KM OCR A Tl Farm Loans at 6 Per Gent W. . ROUSE. Editor; K. F. HIXSON, Wo lisive prepared to loan sums ' i City, Editor ; of 91.000 or more on ijojtd lin- - j proved farniK In MotlVM County MONROE CITY, MO. I at li per cent IntereNt with snuill ! . commission, or percent with I Dr. Born back, Oculist and : out conimixHlon. i Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. Christ ma 1 his ea i . cones on Monday Dr C. P. Bell spent thanks giving with his parents, The deserving poor should not be allowed to suffer. J. A. NELSON & C0J Monroe City, Mo. 1 1 I Heavier clothing was mand Mondav morning. in ill Lepors) perialism. one product o im The public schools had a va cation Thursday and Friday. It is easier to lose a good character than to gain one. Jeff Hays. t Clapper) now reads the DEMOCRAT. Hues should be in good con dition. Watch for the Dig Parade Monday, Dec. 1 1th Miss EC. P. Bly took her tur key dinner at Woodland. Keep an eye on the Di;mo- I crat before buying your boli-v day goods. j J Mi...

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

The latest thing in surgery is a voice made to order. Actual operations have demonsrated that the larynx, or vocal box. can be successfully removed, and the patient may not only survive the shock, but recover. In order to restore speech to the patient an artificial larynx ana vocal cnorus must oe pro vided. This latynx Is made of pure silver, and consists of a tracheal tube of larger size, with rings at its lower end, per nutting a slight motion, corres ponding to the natural flexibil ity of the trachea or windpipe. Through the front plate of this tube and through an opening on its upper curvature passes a sec ond tube, also flexible, with an opening on its lower curved surface. This is so placed that a stream of air may play freely through both tubes. even though the external outlet be closed, The upper end of the sec ond pharavngeal tube tin; tube which Hike tin- place of the pharynx lodges behind and below the base of the epiglottis the leaf at the base of the ton gue which cover...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 December 1899

! Elliott's Feed and Exchange Store Keeps on hands at all times FLOUR, SHIPSTUfF, 131' AN, CORN and BALliD HAY. J. D ELLIOTT, Prop. 1 t v MONEY TO LOAN MARKET REPORT. Cattle 18.00 5. 50 1 ii. g $8.oo8.oo At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest Sheep & 00$t.5 (; j,00fl Missouri farms, with partial payment privileges at any Ducks 4c Interest pay day. Rate of interest regulated according to value ErjrS lBclof security offered. We also loan money on desira hie ritv proper- Tnrkeys ty at reaBonaWe rates. Call on or address will) stamp for reply, LEGGINS I I 1 - Chickens 4Jc. I (Jeese 4c j I Hens 4Jc j. Shipment!! light B. Q. Moss, 2 cars of cattle. Harder A: Mc Clintic 2 of sheep and -J of hogs, j Sharp & Gray 8 0i ItOgS. .Jasper Henderson 1 of poultry, A. H. Green I of hay. Boulware & Pi i 2 of t lea. four cars of mule by Kindig, of Harris burir. Total 20 ears. JOHNSON & DAVENPORT, Monroe City, Mo. A Photographic Chat. I Like pleasure I" stating to fr I;nl .linl tint having ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

5V v t CHRISTMAS NUMBER Monroe CI ty D emocrat. VOI- II MONROE CITY. MISSOURI. TBURSDAY, DECEMBER 14. If?09 m NO. 67. i I I

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

NEVER TOO LATE TO PURCHASE GOOD GOODS AT SMALL PRICES. BUGGIES AND SURRI Why not make your wife an Xmas present of one of t he best Boggies or Sun ies Made. Tho White Elephant makes the Best Cheapest and Most Durable jroods on the market, When it comes to FARM WAGONS the Moline and New Hickory take the lead in strength and wear. They are trim made goods and light weight us?, well as light draft L U 8 O ft."' I i in i :i 1 or first class Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Harness call on where you will find a General Line of Implements ti k 0 u 0 1 1 . - jfc n positicaiffdc the K 1 xkmjt N.IlADDOxi I Every farmer needs a good well and ought to have an Aermotor Windmill. I carry them and place them in purchaser. Everyone of them are guaranteed to do its work perfect. None last as long or are so easily controlled. Fftet Acr motor will run in a lighter breeze than any mill that is made. 0000K0X0 Vft Id 0X0M0 0X0 X0X0.0M00 0x0 0X0XW0X0H0XP r 0 URCH AND OUT. We ( With rev- mroh on Sunday bow the b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

A Christmas Babe, Continued from page 2. "Humph! The vvatcli is a s;iv i age it lie can t tell a goodly woman of New Amsterdam fiom one of those up river Iiuliaus. Unless he follows better fash ions J will report him to lierr Sliiyvesaut. He will beat him with his wooden leg." "Oh oh, father!" "Yuat my child. I was only jesting, and to show that thy father will care for thee." i thank thee." After this pleasant and domestic episode there was silence. Hans sat be fore the broad open fireplace wiih its frolicking flames and sm king his long-stemmed pipe, while Katryne made her. spin ning wheel fly merrily round, in .:, of the pauses of her wheel she said: "1 heard a voice, father." "Li is nothing. The wind, mj childi blowing straight from Bast river and Helle (Jat." Burr-r-r.r went the wheel, and t!ii 1 c.une another pause. "I do hear something, father." "Tile snow sliding down the roof, my child." 'It Is something at the door." "L ;t. me go, Katryne. The watch is up to a trick, I dar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

Levy's Cash Clothing m m m m m !! GOOD USEFUL ARTICLES Mi m 4U Ui m Ui Store n FOR SENSIBLE CHRISTPAS PRESENTS. It is getting more apparent every year that the people are getting out of-the habit of wasting tbelr money on cheap Folderols, Toys and such Christmas Presents ami are buying which is certainly very commendable, What Is more appropriate For a Christmas Present FOR THE HEAD OF THE HOUSE than a warm Overcoat or a nice Suit of Clothes or a good Cap or a pair of Mitts. FOR THE YOUNG MAN BEAU, A nice Muffler or Tie, Suspenders, CutT Buttons or a Fancy Vest, FOR THE BOYS. A nice pair of Leggins, Tap nr Tie or Fancy Shirt Our Out Price Sale of Overcoats and Suits will continue until after Christmas. We might go enumerating articles l the score, but the foregoing will give you some idea of what to buy for Christmas Presents that are botli useful i.nd appropriate Ycurs for Sensible Xmas Presents, m 1 i Ui m ui m Ui m IU m iu 44 m .rvy rra i irramr. mm UJJB I LF U11U11 UUUt! . .1 J ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

CHRISTMAS GREETING. I have moved to my New, Large and Elegant Store Room on North Main Street, where you will find the latest as well as the hrgest and most handsome line of CAPES AND CLOAKS IN THE CITY. Our Clothing Department is filled with the Latest Style Cut. Best Made and Cheapest Suits and Overcoats to be found. Staple Dry Goods, Silks, Velvets, Ribbons, etc. You will find many lovely articles in my 9 Stock that are just what you want forXmas Presents. Yours for Good V ill and Trade. M J. B.ANDERSON. 3 Monroe City Mo Dec 5th 1899 for two Mr. Santa Claus, Ntri h Pole. ( Friend much. Your Little Essie Baldwin. i ) i ' i i iklil SJ.-inlri- Vnn wnrp i. inM,i..t ni.,i.tm... .,! wear old rvmta Clause I am f- l If HI (ii III. ItlOL. V7 II I IOL I1KIO IIIIU I nvmn mnnv i,.,. thimrn "ve ySTS old 80 I CSU not Writ that 1 wi many things this time. sant v clase. a drum and a mas. Please send me horn fur Christ-Marvin w.l nsU fur ve.-v I ",m" L"ce uriug me some can very But 1 would like a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

NEATEST FKESHEST' The Neatest and Freshest Family and Fancy GROCERIES A, X to be found in the city arc at JACKSON'S. When it comes to Fruits and Confections X We are strictly in it. Drop in an sec our EB AUTIFUL OUEENSW ARE. X X X X Respectfully, X X I B, JACKSON. x "V "V TJIK DEMOCRAT . . ROUSE. - Editor . F. HIXSON, - City, Editor MONROE CITY. MO. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. If you want your hogs butch ered, bring t hem to us. Sharp & Donlhy. Wilford Bowles, of east Ma rion County, spent Thursday in the city with friends. E r .1 good Luncheon or First Glass Meal the place to find it is at Christians. It sounds funny to hear the Hannibal Journal say: "Big shipments, two car loads of cat tle and one of hogs. " All kinds of fresh meats, lard, bacon, etc. can always be found at Balzer & Dirigo's mea market and the prices are right. There was keen sarcasm in that remark of ex Speaker Reed: "Why do not some of Polygamist Roberts' friends raise 'the' fla-.' ov...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

4 V Santa Claus js Coming SHARP & DON LEY s are here with a fine line of Fancy Groceries, Mince Meats, Confections, And everything that goes' to make good cheer. They carry all kinds of FRESH MEATS, which are most Tender and Juicy, 3 t I i m City Directory. CITY OFFICIAL. Mayor ""'""CI i Ml ill Police JudKe w..B. Stevens. ' Marshal J W. Stephens City Attorney R L. Woodson. City Clerk Oeo. W. Tompkins ' City Treasurer H y ,,, , Collector j K rlllh i A""eMor A K RntlclRf Street Commissioner j, 8. Jartnan. ai.i.mi.mkn: First Ward J. X. Scott Grady: BROWN & ELY, H T- joe timktable PHYSICIANS and SUHl.UNS, j ii. Be sure to visit their hous; and save tramping all over the city, for there you will find what you want. In adnance we say a Merry Christ mas to you, A QUESTION. Ontario Flouring Mills of On tario, Ind., wants I lie following questions answered. They are these: Please (five full answers to the following questions: Ans. Mechanics make from $1.25 to 12.25 per day. Laborers ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

I .1 r ii NftBflH -LsAT j j .. - Just About Ourselves. The Democrat would not do its thousands of readers justice, if, in this Chritmas Number, ildid not, at least. Rive thetn some idea of its home. Pictures can. per haps, tell the storv better th an words. Put few peo ple, except those engaged in the newspaper business, have any idea cf what it takes to equip a good conn try newspaper office or the amount of money that it takes to pay the expenses of the office. The Demo crat is proud to say that it is now equiped with good machinery. latest type faces, etc., and has an offi ce that is a credit to Monroe City. We are pre pared to do any kind of printing from a small card to a complete book; and do the work in a neat, workmanlike manner. At any time we will take pleasure in showing you samples of our work Our latch string is al ways on the outside to our friends and we will take pleasure in showing them through the office. If you desire an up-to- date, newsy, local oaner send us $1....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

PART TWO PAGES 9 TO 16. MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Halls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 12 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1890 NO. 37 7 v mm ffl GOURT HOUSE. Again consider these figures. At the 1hih election there were 8710 votes cast iu Marion coun .... rt tr..:u..i 4. 8486, Miller township 824 and the rest of the county only 2900 making a total of :H10 for lower ie(j district against 2900 in this end SATISFIED WITH TRAINS. E. F. Bradford has just re turned from a '.rip over the St. Joe to determine the public sentiment of the people along the line as to the present train nci vtc diiu wucLiiiri nil. y wilili- any change. He learned B 6DU 4hal : In r.ri. niri liiril tr . f 111. of the county. A blind man can cltUena were well satisfied with see from these figures that the time has come when Hannibal will poll a clear two-thirds ma- Thomas M. BRADBURY, Deputy Warden at Penitentia...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

LETTERS FRO A THE CHILDREN TO SANTA GLAUS, (Continued Iron pageS .) Monro City M M : ) Q'i Dear Jolly 4a a tii I would like to have a uragoii s m cndy and apples tliis year g-s 7 yr.s. Your Frinil Obarley Snyder. ij i wrence hciiooi house i Mo iroe I lit Mo N v. ;i . Diaruftt Santa Clause. Pleaae bring Mam lit) and li i-.i a Dil piece .s a candy and nuts Maggie tSs .'. -a ufe to s mil to write so 1 will write For them are 8 years, Your little frind Nannie (Jplinger, Lawrence hc.'i ol house. Dear o!i! canta close. Will you please bring me a Wagon and otnc.cnnda yours jimmie Mr Banta Clause I am I yrg old. 1 want a train & Elepliont and some meney to put put in m link' pocket, Uncle John wants a pip'. Mania-. boy Artie Powell, use send me it tell how old I am so you will gt them big enough, 1 was six last summer Gladys Longmlre. Monroe City Mo Mr Santa I 0 louse. I hope yon and your reandeers wou't freese out be i fore you get here for it you do i there will be a good many boya an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

a; of a: 8 Practical Christmas Giftsa 3 g 9 Wiiv nay your money out for something that is not practical Buy something that your Mother Sister or Sweet heart can wear. ror the Mother what would be better than a Nice New Droit. Table Cloth. Napkins or Towels. tor tc bwcethear than a pair f Gloves, Handkerchief, or novelty Dress or Bilk Waist Pattern, For the Sister a pair of nice Saxony or Kid Mitts aOape, JacketM or Umbrella. W might go on enumerating articles by the foregoing will give you a good Idea for useful Christmas presents. Yours for Olose Prices s 0 IWesthoff the score, what to but buy & Carson. I MONROE CITY,, MO. Monroe City Mo Dec. 1899 Dear Santa Clause. Pleace Bend me a cup and sauce and plate Bring me a handkerchief, I wan't a little couch. Pleace send me a picture of you. Your trlend Helen Gosuey. gonroe City, Mo, Nov 27 1899 idy Dear Old Santa Clause you told me last Christmas that your home was away up in Si beria. Now I hope you are not frozen for you said las...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

r IS CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES AT Just What You Want at Less Than Elsewhere. Bewildering Display of Christmas Goods all ovorthu Big Store. Novelties that Delight the oye and J Prices that will Gladden the MoartH of Judicious Buyers. 3 More News In Fact Than We Can Profitably Print I I. mens Por (lifts. To i ' Huro what more aooeptable tn the particular bouie kcepor than n dainty llw n table set. We have i gathered largely r exquisite Dam- I in. k-h with napkins t match. Pftnoy hem-stitch towels and handkerchiefs in nil Hi" newest oreallons and al moderate urloea. About Gent's Furnishing Goods Here I a obanoe fo 1 1 pros) live ptft giver whether your Pur bul .'mm or no) you will find something in ihiM i took to iutt you and kite Reolptent, Colored Lannderled Bhlrta, Fancy suit qulltotl back oxford mufflers, Fancy Neokwear, Praildnnl Suspen den Black or Vm, Kill Lined Houpe Bllpners. IMankcts as n Rem be ranee Thats a Capital Idea a thing that will ha a (lift and you get the bene At of. Wo ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

THE RACKET Mfinntfl clovfti Monroe city Mn if.tr an it t n V ill urvii I bring me some candy, and Yon will find in our store nuta and a peach book, am the greatest Holiday bargains 1)111 "even yenra old and can not ill Monroe City. j w ' v, r' Pine celluloid albums worth Lula Warlnner. 6,00 at 98.60 Dear Santy, will you please Albums at low as 60c Dr,n& a nlce ,I,,M Rnd a Fine Toilet caaea 69c 98c fl.B I hurtry, and a ring, and a brace- up to (8.60 ' 't1, rocking chair nuta and can- Work boxes from 25c to$S.50dy Reapy youra A large variety of Ladlea and Beasie Mudd. Qentt Pocket Hooks. ' Monroe city mo Dec. ('. 1890. Ladies extra tine quality all Dear Santa Claua: I thought leather books worth 75c. 46c would write and tell yon what Ladiea Booka 6 it) 16 20 and 2"c. Shaving SetH 60c t(. 1.86 Cuff, collar and tie loxes 50c. I to 1.86c. Large Line Dolls from 4c to Title China cupa and saucers 10c 1&C, L'Oc and LTc Moustache cups 85 and 85c I Ohildrena :i piece sets, cup, sau-1 ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

M WWhecls in the Head 0 Wheels in the Pocket The Woodman Wagon Factory turns out I lie Best Gooda on Rnrth.try one, Ii also turns out Everlasting Buggies. Pain's Buggies and Carriages. Woodwork ami Repair Depart' hp lit is superb. They also have Fancy Horse Bhoers in the shop and do a General Black Smithing business. Yours for business, s M I Mi Bffoufoe City, g SXOXCSfcMK ; ICOB HUMBURG, I Why Send Money Away, j Tin Monroe City Steam ba unary noes as (food work J as Hannibal or Quincy and on Sbort Notice. All Work Guaranteed. J. B. BROWN. CHASh'S SENTENCE. Hannibal, Mo.. Dec. 8. The circuit court (or the northern division of the eastern district of Missouri adjourned yester day and the district court took and Indefinite recess. In the district court the sentence in case of United States against L. W. Chase, formerly deputy revenue collector, charged with embezzling funds in his bauds, was changed from one year to six months in the Ralls County jail. T. N Edwards, late post master a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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