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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 April 1900

The Hoods In Mississippi last Dr. L. P. Nelson and estima week did damage to the amount j ble family moved to Moberly olM.000.000. Tuesday and will make that W. R P.Jack.,., 8 a bOTl. thlvlng burg thetr future home, ness visitor at the Capitol of I e fa,nil' wi" greatly miss the County Saturday. ed by lheir man' frie"ds d as sociates. The doctor is a fine f -. nU. !... ni . i. i . . . iw physician and doubtless will her fancy Hereford cow. Thev did not know what hilled it. Mrs. Eva L isson, of Ely. was the guest of her father, W. O. Foreman Friday. .Joseph A. Cartnody spent the lirst ut the week in Hannibal attending to prob itejbusine'is Eugene Seytnoure. of Hanni bal, .spent Sunday in the city with his brother and sister. Un cle Al and Miss Jennie. J unes Ky a n and William Day of North River were in the city Monday euroute to Palmy ra. Politics. Emmet J. Alexander came down limn Brooktie'.d to see uncle doctor and to snen 1 Sun day wifli-- - and his many friends were glad to see ...

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. — 26 April 1900

oj j(joa jitmIsj jnoA 3ej, For trimmed hats of all styles go toTudie Swinkey. 'sjojjuuiq 'sapprs 'sssujtiii jnoA jo UMOJji -jj 'AY 1 D Charles Hughley, of Paris, was circulating among his fair friends in Monroe Sunday. John Smith, of Shiel, was shaking hands with his many friends here last Saturday. There is a city ordinance which prohibits riding bicycles on the sidewalk. CANE SEED. A. H. Green has cane seed for sale at his feed store. S.tii2&!ZLX!&rjMg , ; .... Have you seen those Lawn Mowers at A Jaeger's Hardware tore? 5-17 Two-hundred persons have died from the bubonic plague in Manila, P. I. Don't fail to settle your ac count at Westhoff & Carson's at once. JNO. J. RO GE I DEPARTMENT STORE I Is prepared to show you the largest stock, as wall as the newest any very best values in Dry Goods, Carpets, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Men's, Ladies and Childrens Shoes that has ever been shown in she city. Only a few things advanced and many even cheaper than before. Dr. Gal...

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. — 26 April 1900

1 HE DEMOCRAT i i ' w. ;. rouse, R. F. HIXSON, Editor City, Editor MONROE OITY, MO. II. si. JOB TtIK TABLE No HOINO EAST. .V, OMflMO A K. C. Ell t-ObtoafO & K.c. Kxp ... -lMikfic1 1 to O'ryiSi Man . lHt. Until K. ;. St Denver . . Mi ro :M p m i thanks VJ- LM'itl KluiKl't WF.BT. ItM p m 21154 TQ I'M c m ftM p m IKM a m No. HOhleairo t K. c. RU 1 Chicago & K. C. Kxp X Iipiivit " II It. Lnall, K. C. A Denver f llL0Ml Freight Tl Frolht StOt on -.ixiiuls aii'l leave paiMBgtfl All iMllia marked t are daily except lundlf. All others dally. Kree chair cara on No. I and 4 between 8t LonlHHiid Kaunas CltY. .T. L. LYON, Agent. - . - - MlMOUrl. Kalian & Texan Hall way Co. Time Tabic. H. Jewett, of Slielbina, was a business visitor in the city Thursday. Miss Susie Moss, left for Pal myra Thursday where she will make her future home. Jolly Josh Jarman has forked over another dollar for the Monroe City DEMOCRAT. Many Who will be next? TK A INH SOUTH. NO. ltPMMIIgf " il--HiusetiKer " !M...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 April 1900

PETTICOATS. All the new petticoats are lit tnl to the form with special care. A number of French mod els are shaped to the figure over the hips by having the material finely plaited. The flaring flounce which starts at the knees is invariably trimmed with lace frills and insertions. Sometimes it is cut circular and then is straight and gathered. These skirts are made with two flounces, and the under flounce is generally trimmed with a nlaited or gathered lace edged frill. Much lace inser tion is used as a trimming and the clever joining of laces is a feature of this season's skirts. In heading the flounce which forms the lower part ot the latest petticoats many novel ties are introduced. Some show the flounce headed with merely a fine line of fancy silk hem stitching. Others are decorated with ex quisite hand embroidery, and then again the heading of the flounce is defined by a dainty lattice work design of wash ribbon, baby width, run through lace beading. The majority of the elabo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 April 1900

WARREN. lu a bard matter to writs when cv-y body ii busy. Then is no little iir among Mm eople that nothing la thought f bat getting in Iha oropt. Tin- people arc well advanced with their work) if favorable woathor tlic planting will all be done this month. Grass looks line, oaU doing aell. in act everything looks enoouragtng We bave almost ooneluded that the almighty is now distributing prosper ity to Us in the way of grass and good weather to get in crops so things will eorepond when Bryan is eieet ed. We aero somewhat fooled in the Primary In Monroe County. Our opinion would be that a finished man needs no olliee but We were mis take!.'. ,fue b'lttpatrlok. Mud Payne and T. I). biistian were In Palmyra Monday us a delegates from this point. Mrs. Kineaid is much Unproved at this writing. Mrs. Efeaderiok is almost well onee more. M. K. Morthland is a candidate for Constabl -. He i a good heavy weight. Its quite a ouroslty to see Ed Pep per circulating among his one hun dred bee hive...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 May 1900

7 MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT Democrat Printing Co.t Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. VOL. 13. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1900. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. NO. 5 PUT HIM TO WORK. Now that school is out what are you going to do with that boy ol vours. It will take more than books to prepare him to fight the battle of life. He must learn to work. There can be no prosperity without work. Book learning is only the foun dation to build upon. The boy with a good education and trained to work is much in the lead of the boy with only one of these accomplishments. Per mit us to caflyour attention to the following article which we nave clipped from an exchange: "If there is nothing else for your boy to do, put bim to whitewashing the back fence, keep the lawn mowed and even cut the winter's supply of wood. Anything is better than loafing about town at the rear end of a cigarette, learning all the evil habits and contracting all the vices that ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 May 1900

FOR PRESIDENT 9 Hon. w. j. nnviN. ANNOUNCEMENTS. STATE SENATOR Wc arc autborlaod Iq pnounCO MARVIN UIMM1TT ot Bliolby County, ns a rnmlldate for HtaW; Senator from Oils the Thirteenth Senatorial diHtrlct.HUbject to the', action of the Democrat Party, We are nutlioilzeil 10 announce H OLAY HKATHBK. or Marion county as a eandldatO for State BenaaU ir from thin dIMrlct WbJeCt o the action of the Democrat party. JOHN W. GATES. BORN GAM BLER. Character Sketch ot the Man Who Controls the Steel Trust and Makes Stock Rise and Fall. John W. Gates is the most dar ing yambler and speculator in the world at the present time. He was born in Illinois fifty-two ( years ago- in Do Page county, and his early ca reer is shrouded with that con venient mystery which so often conceals peccadillos of youth and humble origin. He was blessed with a body of iron mus cles, large bones and sinews fitted to stand many a strain of overwork or overindulgence. He 3 is supposed to have done field work, odd chores,...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 May 1900

FRANCIS E. W1LLARD. This is by far the grandest of all white roses. It is a strong, vigorous grower, making hand some bushes. The buds and flowers are of the very largest size, pure white in color, so full and double and perfect in shape as to resemble a Camelia flower. There is nothing among white roses to compare it to. The fragrance is delicious It is a true ever bloomer, belong ing to the Tea Rose family. ,The Good & Reese Co. of Springfield, Ohio, are the intro ducers of this rose, and con trol the entire stock. They make the price verv low for such a grand rose. Strong plants, 50 cents each; 3 for $1.25. Extra strong two and three year old plants, to give an abundance of bloom this year, $1 each; 3 for $2.25. It is minently fitting that the intro ducers named this Rose in hon or of the hallowed memory of that grand woman, Prances E. Willa:d, the great apostle of Temperance and purity, the white Rose being the emblem of the W. C. T. U. for which she gave her life. The Good ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 May 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J, H. v HOUSE, IIIXSON Editor. City Kditor. TERMS S1.CX) PER YEAR. Kntercd it the pout office st Monroe City, ns tii-cond -class mnttcr. THURSDAY. Mo. MAY :i. 1900. Stand up for our grand republic. The trusts will dictate the Republican platform. Select true Democrats as Del egates to all conventions. America cannot exist part It-ipublic and part. Empire Let all our people do what they can to make Monroe City a better city. It is none too soon tobejrin to work for a big Democratic vie tory in November. Every Democrat in Monroe County should attend his pre cinct meeting May 12. Ha una is not to be a delegate to the Republican convention. He will be the. entire show. Among the names of the Ma rion County candidates we no tice the uame of our friend, Sid J. Roy, as a candidate for Pros ecuting Attorney. We do not believe Marion county could se lect a better man tor the posi tion. As a lawyer he ranks with the best lawyers of North east Missouri. He is an honor able, abl...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 May 1900

Ui w m ff m ui m m m m Ui m iU ?TT Ui m m m Ui m ui m Ui m :ii m Ui m m 71 1 We Try To Make Friends Of Customers, if T t cJlSient trade is all right, we want that too jjj; I but steady custom is the foundation of a business, mm I thats what we.are working fotwyour trade year round. We are giving prices that will attract you and guar antee you treatment that will hold you, Here is an in ducement or two to bring you uv Men's all wool plain and fancy Cheviot suit, worth $10.00 from $6.25 to $7.50, Men's ' imported black Clay Worsteds $9,50. Men's fancy suits the new things from $10.00 to 15,00, a saving from 15 to 20 per cent over credit stores. Men's fancy Cassimers and Worsted pants every one e bargain at the price, C hi Id r ens fancy suits with vests from $2,25 to $5.00. Men's light summer pants '65c. Men's overalls only 44c. Straw hats of every description. Noxall working shirts only 45c. Noxall overalls all sizes only 70c. (I 0 Our store is full of just such bargains as he few we...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 May 1900

Tin: DEMOCRAT w. rouse, R. F. HIXSON. Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. H. & HI', JOB TIME TABLH IJOING BART. No '-Pa. cntOf P m f D. nvur A at Louts Ex ftfei Hi Di nvci . St I.oula Ex 8:14 a in 4J l'nrt'anl Alt Louto Ex ftlll pm " Ki l!C 31 a ni 13Loral Freight Is P WEST. :;--I'aseiiKcr .V I i incr .V SI. LuiiIh Ex ' a m " S Donvor A St. Louis F.x If " m 41 Portland A: Ht Louis Kx not m M OMohro Ex tUpm .. i.omi prvlght I'M ah trains markad t arc daily except Sunday. All others dally, J. L. LYON. Aaent. - - 7 MiHHourl, Khiishh & Texas Hall way Co. Time Table. OF MONEY TO LOAN. On Good Farms at 5 and 6 per cent An nual Interest. Rate of interest regulated according1 to amount of loan desired and security offered. JOHNSON & DAVENPORT, Monroe City, Mo TRAINS SOUTH. NO. lS-Fassenger H'll Dl f1"PMMnitef 107 p a f.-. - Local Freight M8 am ,. 51 Dally taeept Sunday. THAIS tSOKTH- No. lfi-Passengcr 4i58 a in H-Paaaanm p m " W--Local Freight 6:10 pm 62 tl'sily except Sunday. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 May 1900

A man with a little cottage liome, a wife and four children aged 10. 12, 15 and 17 years, lived happily on an income of $500 a year. He died. The Modern Woodman society paid bis widow $2,000. Widow and orphans lived comfortably on f400 a year for three years. Then the two eldest children began earning brought in $1,100 a year. The youngest were continued at school. That family is now comfort ably well off, united, educated, and happy. All because the father's certificate in Woodcraft continued to workifor hisfamily for years after his death. Who says fraternal insurance is a failure? Is a coal black Kit hands high weighs about. 2000. large bono and an extra line draft hjrse. This hors was Imported from France by J. F. Davidson of Hannibal. Blossom 2d. white points, 16 the famous jack W, A. Moss, of A jet black Jack, hands high and is formerly owned by Ely. This stock will make the season at my farm 1 mile south of Monroe City. TERMS: $8 to insure a living colt. $1." for jack colts a...

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. — 3 May 1900

Buggies, Bugg ICS, Buggies Buggies Refrigerators Refrigerators Refrigerators Gasoline Gasoline Stoves. Stoves, Gasoline Stoves, R. Manning Walker. are W. J. COOI'LRSVILLb". Most of the farmers are about through planting corn. Ocorue llnekman and wife visiting their daughte McLood. On account of the churches Ueinj elood in Monroe there wa delegation of Monroe people on the hanks of North river at Sharpaburg Sunday. Lou Uanley and Clarence Colvert made, a flying trip to Shelby County Sunday. The Candidate speaking at the Cooper .-chool Friday night was largely nttended. There wan quite a nice little dance "FIVE FAMOUS MISSOURIANS" Among the many comments upon the book by the newspa pers of the country, we repro duce the following extracts: A valuable addition to Mis- quito aisoun history. Kansas. City Journal. It involves much history of Missouri. Springfield Record. I Well written, very interest ling and instructive, and should I be read by every Missourian l who is proud of his stat...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 May 1900

HP Mhimrof Pity npivmrpAT Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 13, MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1900. NO. 5 TO THE PUBLIC As the maximum of the incu bative stage is past, the last of the small pox suspects will be released from quarantine today. All the cases are convales cing nicely, but will be strictly isolated until they can appear in public with perfect safety. There has been no new case since May 2nd. To emphasize the importance why every one .should be successfully vacci nated. I would say, all of the eight cases which I have seen have not been vaccinated. In the three families in the city in which there are six cases, there are six other per sons on whose persons are typ ical vaccine scars who although equally exposed to infection with the sicic ones of the family have thus far escaped the dis ease. In reply to a letter to Dr. F. M. Moss of Paris he says: "I have had f...

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. — 10 May 1900

FOR PRESIDENT Hox. W. J. Dbtak. ANNOUNCEMENTS. STATK BB9ATOR TJPV arc authorized to Rmioiinrr w MARVIN JXMM1TT r Klii'lby County, n- Senator from thin the ill.Mni't. KUliji-t t to the. rati)', YSt arc authotizol m announce w If. CLAY 1IEATHKR uf Marlon county h a isnilidntc for State Sananlor from tbtl district sutjjtet lo the action of the Democrat party a iHiiili'lRte for State Thirteenth Sanatoria action ot the Democra "HONOR BRIGHT." "Yes, mother, I will, honor bright! Did you ever know me to break my promise?' "No, my son, I never did." And Mrs. Dunning stroked the fioit. Drown curls lovingly, as he looked down into the honest eyes that never in all Harry .Thinnings fifteen years, had failed to look straightforwardly back into hers. "Well, mother you never "Will. I'll be home by ten, sure. 2iovr I'm off!" And Harry sprang down the steps, and was away like an arrow. His chum, Alden Mayhew, bad invited him to a candy-pull. and a "general good time;" and Alden's invitations were a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 May 1900

SHE KEPT THE SECRET. A newly-married couple were lioney-mooning in the country when the first batch of letters from home arrived, and the hus band teasingly proposed to open one addressed to his wife. "Certainly not," she said, firmly. "But Phillippa," he pretend ed to remonstrate, "surely you are not going to have any se--crets from me now that we are married?" "I shall not have any secrets from you, but Phyllis might," his wife said. "That letters is hers, not mine. I shall proba bly let you read it after I have, but not till I am sute that Phyl lis has told m nothing but what she would be willing for you to know." "Stili, doesn't it imply a lack of confidence when a wife won't show her letters to her hus band?" "Not at all. The lack of con fidence is shown by the hus band when he demands to see his wife's letters." This was unanswerable, and the husband same back in his chair with amused delight in his wife's perfect unconscious ness of having said a good thing. Presently she add...

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. — 10 May 1900

THE DEMOCRAT V. J. ROU8E, Kditor. R. r'. 1 1 IX SON, City Kditor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR. InUrol at tlx- poit nfllcoat Monroe Clly, ax MCOnd-tlWM lnntttr. Mo. THURSDAY. MAY 1 10. 1000. FILIPINO LOSSES. General Otis ought to put a curb bit on his typewriter lest it become unmanageable and bolt with him into inconsisten cies that may trouble him to explain. The statement that the Philippina insurrection was positively ended and that hos tilities were conllned to guerril la bands lias scarcely been properly digested when another report emanates from the type writer that, during the month of April, 1.721 Filipinos were put to death in the course of the operations. To the average American, not accustomed to wade bridle deep in gore, a loss of 1,721 lives seems considerable. To the average American a heap ol 1.721 human bodies would seem fearfully and wonderfully large. Such a loss would ar gue to the ordinary American a battle with tens of thousands of men engaged on each side. Such a batt...

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. — 10 May 1900

Local Itetys Boys $1.00 fancy Silk Vests at Levy's, Look at our line of Suits we are offering: at $6.69. Levy's. Mark Hawkins was a business visitor iu Palmyra yesterday. Straw Hats for all at Levy's. A. D. Buckerd and wife, of Paris, were in the city Monday. Mens Summer Pants any size 37c. Levy's. Little Teresa Hardy is very sick with pneumonia. Look at the new Styles in Hats at Levy's. J. B. Anderson will pay the highest market price for Wool. Alof the metal work on the Proctor block is being painted. Have you seen those Boys Levy's. J M Johnson was a business visitor in Palmyra monday. Miss Bessie Hardesty is now an accomplished saleslady the Racket Store. JNO. J. ROGER at I The P. E. O's will meet at 2:30 p. m. Saturday with Mrs. B. O. Wood. For Sale A 5 room dwell ing, two good lots, well set in fruit, cistern, all in good repair. Du. A. W. El y. Suits at 98c at John Cleary made a business trip to Ely Mouday. The best work shirt 45c at Levy's. WANTED One car of registered Shrop...

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. — 10 May 1900

THE DEMOCRAT w. rouse, R. F. HIXSON. Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. H. & nt. JOE T1MH TAIU,K HOI NO EAST. No lIMi'cngr tttl p m flDttlVr k -it I.onls Ex v-.H. m i Itcnver 01 Louis Ex fcM o " IJ I'ortlnii i ASt. Lottlt Si :':01pm M tthtttiRO Ex MMl a It is time to clean up For trimmed hats of all styles go toTudie Swinkey. See at those lovely hammocks A. Jaeger's. 1 14-Loi u) Knight WF.RT. HFifCRdff lifiivi-rA it LouiiKx. W Dtnvw v. 8t. Louln ex jllortl"'.i'l 6 St I.univ Bx 1:15 p ro x:"il a m . KIM n m Itl6 am 13:58 p tn M-OMmw lix l'F" t .ii-.,,rnl Pfrlfhl I SIO Km All Irniii- nmrkfl t 'ir 1 i 1 y OSMpt BMfltf, All ntliiTB dully. J. L. LYON, Agent. HlMonrt, Kansas & Texas Kail way Co. Time Tabic. Ed Zeiner has accepted a posi tion with Kern & Hollyman at Palmyra. Don't fail to read what all advertisers have to sav. It will pay you. Have you seen those Lawn Mowers at A Jaeger's Hardware store? 517 12:01 p m 8:1:1 m TRAINS tOOTB. No. lS-Pasiengcr ' 21--l'iisfii(jfr ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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