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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 July 1900

The city ot Paris owes 3,500 Some money has been borrowed to meet small pox bills, but not all. The town cannot be bond ed and the tax levy is already at the limit. The debt will have to be paid gradually and at the expense of the improvements. The project of suing the county has been abandoned, after look ing up decisions along that line. Paris Mercury. The above report makes things look anything but rosy for the future of the Capital of the county. From the face ot things she is up-a-tree, in-a-hole 'or a hard-row-of-stumps and our sympathy goes out to our neighboring town in its fi nancial trouble as it did in its pest troubles. A big citizens picnic will be held at Monroe City, Aug. 9. Preparations are being made to entertain the biggest crowd in the history of the town. Hon. A. M. Dockery, Congressman Rucker and Congressman Lloyd have already promised to at tend and efforts are being made to secure other noted speakers. Monroe City never does any thing by halves and will spare ...

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. — 19 July 1900

A THE DEMOCRAT W. J . ROUSE, Editor. R. B BIX BON, City Bditor. TliRMS $1,00 Xntered nt lb poet office at Monroe City, nt rrrond-cliHt matter. THURSDAY. Mo. JULY 19, 1900. Vote for liberty. Freedom forever. Republic or Empire. An right. income tax is just and Every day the Democratic ticket grows stronger. Democracy will save America from ruin and disaster. Our Republican friends are leading America into danger. If the Declaration of Inde pendence is not a lie, Democra cy is right. "The Constitution and the flag, one and inseperable, now and forever. The life of our Republic is at stake. Work against imperial ism and militarism. Democracy is right in de manding that U. S. Senators be elected by direct vote of the people. Every man who is for the Re public and against an Empire should support Bryan and Stevenson. A few more years of McKinley rule and it will be dangerous to quote from the Declaration of Independence. Compare the platforms of the Democrat and Republican par ties. One ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 July 1900

I FOR 7 DAYS FOR 7 DAYS 44 m fff Iff J. J. ROGERS to BIG MIDSUMMER CLEARING SALE TTT TTT; p fff 44 fff Hi fff 444 fff! (4 fff fff 444 fff GREATER BARGAINS AND LOWER PRICES THAN IN THE DAYS PRECEDING. White Pique Shirts $1.50 values Crash Skirt 39 to 40 in. length Colored Shirt Waists in different styles $1.00 values for Colored Shirt Waists in different styles 75c values Colored Shirt Waists in different styles 60c values for Silk Ginghams in Plaid and Stripes 10c values far A lot of Ginghams in different colors 10, 12 and 15c. values for Foulard Fancy Prints 7c values for Manilla Lawns Ladies Turn Fancy Vesting Top Shoes new toes $3.50 values for Ladies Flexible Sole Kid Top Shoes new toes $3.00 values for Ladies Black and Tan Oxfords in Vesting Tops or all Kid $2.00 values for Ladies Elack and Tan Oxfords odds $1.00 35 75 50 40 25 7 06 03 2 50 1.50 and ends $2.00 and $2.50 values for Men'.s Fancy Stripe or Check All Wool Worsted Suits $15.00 values for Men's Fancy Stripe or Check ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 July 1900

1 HE j EMOCRAT I A Hrnba- culi8t . Aunst. Hannibal, Mo. and w . .1. I BR MS l. il'SK, Kditor. I IXMJ.N, City Ktlltor. $1.00 PKW YEAR Entered nt i lie pi.i office at Monroe City, Mo. Hf Mini d-class matter. THURSDAY. JULY 1!). 1900. KSIDENT Have your machines repaired by J. B. Bristow. Prominent Ohio politicians say that Bryan will carry Ohio. A nice pair of summer Pants at Werner's for 9li. For Ice Cream Soda go to Leo Bell's. Bon. V. j. Bbtax. i friitlc Ticket. Fur u.i.-.t, A. M DOflKBRY. Fit I.IhiiIi in iHnwrnnr IOHII A.LKK. r ia" .r . cam n. cook. f' Ml. i Icl ml K. O CROW. Vr ALHEIIT 0 AtiLlM. f if Tr it. P wu.i.iAMs. K.ir andw. i.m...JOS. P HRRRIMOTON. Pol-Judge Btlprvmi' ' inrt J, M, GANTT llst. lot ticket Fnr Cftn1a , W, W, RUCKRR For Jiidci' st I. ''uurt of Appeals R I. (10001 For State Scnotor H, ULAY HEATHER. Count - Ticket. Fit Representative J, I!. WHITBCOTTOK, Ci.llei tnr W II. H. CROW. r fhorirT .... J, W.CLARK. Tr.BMin-t ... .Win. M. MATE SR. Pf Mitt . i itoruey.F W. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 July 1900

The Man, William Jennings Bryan. The man, William J. Bryan, stands for that which Ameri cans most admire, courage, cleanliness, consecration, ag gressive honesty. "He swear eth to his own hurt and chang eth not." He is clean of life. He is modest of speech. He cares more for principle than for self-interest. He is the Sir Galahad of present day politics. Four years ago Mr. Bryan was called an anarchist, a radical, a demagogue, willing to work ruin to the Republic for place and personal power. His speech and life in the campaign which has lasted;four years have sham ed into silence those who spoke ot him in such fashion. He is the embodiment of temperance It is not here meant that he does not drink or smoke, that he is not dissipated. All this is true. But Mr. Bryan has as well the hither temperance moderation of speech, self-restraint that brings self-poise. His critics are not so conserva tive as he. His most radical utterances are mild as a sum mer day when contrasted with the spe...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 July 1900

Shi. I J It. Fahy and familv sn'iit San day willi it. X. Douglas. ;. H. Knglc and family wren the ("-'- ' John Hayden of Cincinnati. Sunday . John Smith. Jr., made a business trip to Hannibal Saturday. A good rain is njcded no.v or near ly all early corn is doomed. John Owen and .). T. Slmck drove a fine bttnoh of cut le to Hannibal Mon day. It seems to be the opinion of those best acquainted with (he topography of Ralls County that Blyrd fois the most convenient sit'; on Still Itivcr for a bridge. Indian Creek. Miss Hu-li Hawaii and Ml'S. Victo ria Dale, of Monroe City, attended mass lu re Sunday. Miss Oollle McNeils and Mrs. Wal ter I lilt an W'1I leave for their home in Kiowa, Kansas, alter a short visit with their many friends and relatives here. Mrs. Anna Cox, of St. Louis, is the gues' of her sister, Mrs. C rumb. Will Elliott and wife, of llassard. visited her brother, J. M. 1'ike, Sun day . Dr. Sprinkle, of Monroe City, wai circulating among his friends In this vicinity S;ind...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 July 1900

Monroe city Democrat. VOL, 13. JIONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1900. NO. 16. SPECIAL, PREMIUMS. Offered by Merchant to be Awarded at the Pic nic August ttth. W. T. Brown, Harness Dealer 2.50 bridle to best lady and gentleman horseback riders. H. Levy Clothing- Store cane to oldest man at picnic. Kent & McCarty, millers sack of flour to largest family at pic nic. A. Jaeger, Hardware, pie eat ing cotuest, 3 or more, age 8 to to 15 years, Prize Daisy Air Rifle. Contestants to call and regi ster at store before the 9th. J. J. Brown, Lumberman, will give a bushel of hair to the bald headedst man on the grounds. R. O. Ballard, Jeweler, pair of spectacles to the oldest man or woman that will register at his store August 9th. O. R. Rhodes, Grocer, sack of flour to tackiest turnout. J. W. Strean, Barber, $1 to Oldest man that is shaved at his shop August 9th. P. P. Christian, Barber, $1 to the man with longest hair cut at his shop August 9th: Williamson & Bull, General Mer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 July 1900

The Woman That'll Good. Ho, gentlemen! lift your glassi's UP K&ch gallant, each swain and lover A kiss to the beads that brim in the eup, A laugh for the foam spilt over! Kor the soul is a-lilt and the heart beats high, And care has unloosed its tethtr; "Now drink," said the sage, "for to morrow we die!'' So let's have a toast together. 8wing the goblet aloft: to the lips lot it fall; Then band you the knee to address her, And drink, gentle sirs, to the qucenof us all To the woman that's good -God bless her! and remorse follows on in its pitiless its tears and its heart, in its tender eyes O, you'll is a madeup and time is a churl ! Pleasure pull after; The world hurtle whirl, With its kisses, laughter. Hut there's one gentle bosom of white Dear love with the gleaming, Who has all the wealth of my homage tonight, Where she lies in her innocent dreaming And a watch o er her ever my spirit shall keep, wiuie me angels lean down to ca ress her: And I 11 pledge her again, in her beau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 July 1900

For ( nJifoj nJn ourlsta. The Burlington Route has weeklv tourist sleeper excur sions, personally conducted (by a Burlington Route Agent every Wednesday from St Louis, and Thursday from Kan sas City and Sc. Joseph to Los Angeles and San Franscisco. The route is via Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City with 98 per cent, sunshine through out the year. Ask Ticket Agent or write, L. W. Wareley, General Passenger Agent. St. Louis, Mo. Homeseekers Excursion. The M. K. & T. will sell Home Seekers Excursion tick ets to all points in Texas, Kan sas, Indian Territory, Arkan sas, Louisiana, Missouri. Okla homa, Arizona, New Mexico and all Western States where the one way rate is $7.00 or over on the following dates: July 3rd. and 17th, August 7th. and 21st. One fare for round trip plus $1.00 21 days limit 15 days go ing limit. Stop over allowed on going trip at any point south of Clinton. Mo. E. B. Spahr Agent. Monroe City, Mo. A person who drops anything from a moving train ordinarily ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 July 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. 3. ROUME, Editor. ft. v HIX80N, Clt Editor. TERMS $I00 l'E,VEAR Entered it the POM 0IVI1 I at Monroe City, Mo an neeond-rliiMB matter. THURSDAY. JULY 20. 1900. Help save the Republic. Our Republican friends place the dollar above the man. dent; that not one trust may nate is his friend, associate or manager. or ever WlW be. Thousands of them this year, who have heretofore been re publicans, will do as Webster Davis has done, and vote for William J. Bryan for president. Kansas City Timss. Republican success means more plunder for the trusts. Do not help strengthen the chains of slavery around your self. The blood of the fathers of the United States cries out against McKinley imperialism The Republican party per forms and the trusts grow rich, while the people must pay the bill. Every citizen is forced to con tribute (through the trusts) something to the Republican campaign fund. "Annexation by force caunot be thought of, for it would be, according to our code of moral...

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

GRAND PICNIC Attend the PICNIC. Jacob list. Rouse is on the sick a: AT LEVY'S CASH CLOTHING STORE FOR THE a; ft NEXT 10 DAYS. As we must close out all our SUMMER GOODS This is a grand picnic for buyers Big Reductions in Summer Suits Odds and ends in our Shirt Dep't to close out at Big Reductions Call in for anything in our line, we guarantee to save you money, Yours for Business urn ill Store H. B. Mudd was a business visitor in St. Louis Friday. For nice fresh cool lnncheons or a hot meal, go to the right place, Caldwell & Son. See to it that the weeds are all cut on your premises, in the streets and alleys before Aug. 9. 2 Specials For This Week 2 SHIRT WAISTS AND SLIPPERS, XKK 0 0 tt The Ralls County Intelligen cer has struck the right gait and is pulling fast for the front ranks of Country Journalism. It is now a home print paper and can control the contents of its columns. Fruits at Caldwell & Son's. If you want an ice cream soda go to Caldwell & Son. For trimmed ha...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 July 1900

. THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUSE, Editor. R. r H IX SON, City Editor. TEH MS $1.00 PEH YEAR Entered at i tic SM office at Monroe City, Mo. n mm ond- li matter. THURSDAY, JULY 20. 1900. pi (R PRESIDENT Hon. W. J. Cbtak. DiiiKiorntic Ticket Forfjnvernor A. M. POCKKRY. For Lieutenant On vernor JOHN A.l.F.E. 8AM H. COOK. E C CHOW. ALBERT O ALLEN. R. p. WILLIAMS. .JOS. P, IIERRINOTON. , GANTT For 8wr'tnry of state For Attorney Qcneral Kor Auditor .... For Treasurer . . . For H. ainl W. Com.. For JiKis;,- Sm.reme Court J. B Distilct Ticket. For Onnffrem . w. w. Rl'CKER. For Jnrtcc si t. Court Of Appeals R. L. OOOljE For State Senator H. CLAY HEATHER. County Ticket. For Representative J, H. WHITECOTTON. Fot Collector w. H. H.CROW. For Sheriff .T. W CLARK. For Treasurer Wm, M. MATEKR. For ProarruilnL- Attorney. F W. MrALI.ISTER. For Assessor .. W. E. SHEARMAN ForPtiMIr Administrator. . J. 8. McOEE. For Surveyor J. T. 6RI08BY, For Coroner W. E. JOHNSON. Forjudge We tern District.. J. S. ALLEN. For...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 July 1900

Lincoln Vs. RTKtnley. Kansas City. Mo., July 18. It is certainly refreshing and worthy of serious consideration to compare the attitude of the martyred president with that of Mr. McKinley upon the burning question of imperialism, now claiming the attention of the people of this country. It is the solemn duty of every man, who loves his country and cherishes her institutions re gardless of party bias, to pause and consider whither the pres ent administration is piloting the ship of state. With cat-like tread we are daily nearing the breakers, and the near future holds within its womb portentous events. It will be too late for the tocsin to be sounded when the empire is upon us. The coming November election will, in all probability, decide whether or not in this country as in Europe and elsewhere human freedom is to become the by play of ty rants and the republic a dream of . the past. The Philadelphia platform promises to the people of the Philippines "the largest meas ure of self-go...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 July 1900

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 August 1900

. -r- , r l& ''77 C ... MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL, 13. riONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUQUST2, 1900. NO. 17 MONROE CITY PICNIC s Thursday, August 9th HON. I M DOCKERY, HON. WEBSTER DAVIS, HON. J, T. LLOYD, HON. W. W. RUCKER, HON. C C. BIGGER, HON. H. C. HEATHER Have accepted invitations and made positive engagements to be present and make 'addresses. Others are invited and expected. vt GOV. STONE says here if he is in Missouri. he will be THEY ARE SAKE. Baptist Mission sir I '.s are Safe. in China July 19. The American Bap tist Missionary Union has re ceived a dispatch from Ningpo, China, this morning, saying that affairs In the Szchuaw Province in Western China, and arouad Hanyang' in Central China are quitt and the mis sionaries safe at last advices. The dispatch comes from the Rev. J. R. Goddard, D. D., of Ningpo, and as nothing is said it is understood that affairs were quiet and the missionaries in Eastern China safe when the dispatch was sent. The Asso ciated Press had ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 August 1900

THE DEMOCRAT w. .). house, Editor. H. P. HIXSON, C ity Editor. TERMS $1.00 PEU YEAR Kntcred at Hie poat office at Monroe City. Mo. a sccond-clais matter. THURSDAY, AUG 2, 1900. Why Half Size? On account of sickness and acdui m tne iamny we are unable to issue the Democrat full size this week. Market Report. Cattle l4.OOQf5.25 Hogs $3. 75 3. 80 Sbeep 3.00 4.25 Hens 6ic Spring Chickens He Eggs 8c Butter ll.Jc Shipments for the week end ing yesterday at noon. A. H. Green. 5 cars of hay and 3 of oats; Barger & McClintic. 3 cars of sheep; Sharp & Gray. 4 cars of hogs. Total 15 cars. Notiee of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby given Hint the undersigned David K. Davenport, administrator of the es. late of Darld G. Davenport deceaaed, will take dual settlement of hie account!, with said catate as such administrator at the next term f the Probate Court of Monroe County, Mis souri, to be holdeu at Paris in said county on the thirteenth day of August, A, D. lyrju, riAVIIk H 1 1 . V u...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 August 1900

J. J. ROGERS Good Dressers Tou will not see any men dressed as well as the men who wear Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits and top coats. The nobby style and neat fit of these clothes recom mend them to every man who knows what good clothes are and who likes to wear the best. They're the kind adver tised in the leading maga zines and worn by good dresser everywhere. N m If iff ! OW is the time to buy Hot Wefthcf Clothing, The hot weather has just come, but a little late, therefore we will offer some big inducements in that line. Men's Gray Stripe French Flannel Suits, Coat and Pants worth 10.00 go now for $7.50 Men's Gray Check Flannel Suits skeleton back coats were 8.50 now 5.00 Oae lot men's Blue Serge Coats worth 3,00 now 2.50 One lot men's Crash Pants worth from 75c. to 1.50 all go at One lot boy's Crash Suits Long Pants worth 2.00 now We are Clearing up our Shirt Stock 50c. values now A mixed lot of light weight Underwear or fancy colors worth 35, and 50c now 50 LOO 35 25 New lot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 August 1900

X IF YOU HAVE Indian Creek. .lolm It. Carrico visited his mother at Mexico last week. ;. Bi LftwretuM recelwl a wttocriui from Ft. BentOB, Mont., hlaling that bit hon, Loyd, wan dangeroutly ill. A few hours later he received a. .other (legrnn conveying the ad news of his death. The body will be lent home for burial. Mr. Lftwraoce has the Hynpnthy of the entire community in 1 1 i 1-4 sudden beraftvenwnti Mi'H. Nellie Flanagan and Mr.-. Myrtle HURstD returned to Kiowa Kan. Monday after an extended visit with rolntlviMa Vincent rlayden, of Victor, m the guest of his uncle, Jm. Smith, Sun day. Mr. Denny Ryan and wife, of Oak wood, visited Patrick Madden Sun day. Quite a number of the young folks .attended a social hop at the home of Mrs' Mary Krura last Friday even Ihg. All raport a good time. Rev. John Lyons is a business visi tor in St. Lout this week. Thomas Klwanl is on the sick list. Rev. D. V. Sullivan was the pleas ant guest of Uev. BY. Lyon Monday. .las. Smith and daughter, Miss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 August 1900

0 MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL. 13. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST09, 1900. NO. 1.8 Jilt Y AN 'H ACCEPTANCE. VWhart He Will Do With the Phil ippines, if Elected. I Republic Special. -Chicago, Aug. 6. William J. Bryan's speech of acceptance of the Democratic nomination for the presidency lias been read and reread at the national 'headquarters in the Auditorium and has been absolutely ap proved by the party managers. Mr. Bryan's friends are not on ly satisfied, but are delighted with it. The candidate alludes to the currency plank once in the course of his speech, charging the Republican party with hav ing made a new issue in declar ing for the single gold standard and repudiating international bimetallism. He charges the .Republicans with having chang ed their principles in regard to the currency from professing 'international bimetallism to ad vvocating the monometallic gold standard gold, pure and sim ple. The rest of his address is de voted almost entirely to imper ialism, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 August 1900

4 SECOND ANNUAL X LOG ROLLING The Ralls Co. Log Rolling Association will hold the Annual WOODMEN PICNIC in O. R Kitney's Woodlind Grove, on Gravel Road, 1 mile north of New London, Mo Thursday, Aug 4 The most prominent speakers of the nation will greet the people. BIG WOODMEN PARADE and BIG LIST PRIZES. Bring I i Your Baskets Well Filled Hannibal First Regiment Band. LflflME WHITpiOflE Marshal of The Day. Reduced Rates on all Railroads on That Day. Wlien Tillman Read l'latformj achieve absolute power When Tillman read the i)latfanu--a,v i the household, for there youshould hvvc heard them yelll its every sentence seemed to peal from Freedom's olden bell. To call us back to old. time ways, jthe old-time ways again. When government was by consent and not by might of men; To call us back to old-time ways the fathers proudly trod. And didn't shoot their fellow-men and call it "love of God." Twas worth a lifetima just to be a-slt- ting in the hall. Wheu Tillman read the platform It was f...

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