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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 September 1900

Grandmother's Finery The Rage. "Any girl finding a bit of antique embroidery, an old brooch or fob is now the envy of her acquaintances." writes Emma M. Hooper in the Sep tember Ladies, Home Journal. 'The bob is worn with the chatelaine watch; odd brooches are set as beltclasps, and the embroider figures as a yoke. V or revers on waist or jacket no matter how odd the silk, cloth or velvet may be, or where it came fjom, so long as it is antique. New buttons for ornamental purposes, for buttons are not supposed to be useful nowadays, resemble ancient brooches, and lovely pendants are of the old-fashioned miniatures. Grandmoth ers who saved such bits are now in high tavor, tor 19UU is a dressy year with bizarre effects softened bv cood taste and beautiful tints. Black trim tnings may be worn with all colors; much white and cream for neckwear and fronting3 are correct, and the combination of black and white is accepted with favor. Quantitiesof gar niture are lavished on the corsage." Bi...

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. — 13 September 1900

' '' ' , W.J. ROUSE, Editor. R. P. HIX9QN, City Editor. TERMS $1,00 ,pERVEAR Entered t the ioat office at Monroe City, Mo. rvcond-cUn matter. THURSDAY, SEPT 13, THE DEMOCRAT1 How can our Republic escape m 'si i in: i ii in 11 sue mjea uuwu the road which has wrecked so many strong countries in the past? Trusts are enabled to main tain unreasonable and unneces sary prices on account of the 1900. Republican high tariff, and thus rob the consumers. The laws which permit, yea encourage, the favored few to rob the masses were put on the federal statute books by our Republican friends, There is only one honorable way to settle the Philippine question and that is to turn those. islands over to the Filip- pi 11 s and aid them in establish ing a government of their own. There can be no permanent prosperity for the masses in any country where legislation has given the favored few the legal right to rob the masses as our Republican friends have do ne in America. Democracy is for the many. Main...

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. — 13 September 1900

I f E L d we gives When you see anything you like particulaly well, secure it before you leave the store This is going to be the busiest season ever known. Prices rule lower now than they are likely to later in the season. T m w ... m m m w ffl Silks 444 m -Ui w Ui B Ui m Ui m iU m m iU m iU m iU iU m J. J. ROGERS m Ui w Ui m Ui VERY department is now ready to show advance tt? styles and novelties for the Fall and Winter of 1900. We're very proud of our selections, and ?!! we want you to come and see them One hint Mi The largest 5 cts. Tablet at Raney & Saundlhr If you want a lunch go to Caldwell & Son's restaurant. The new line of Is exquisite. Silks here. Silks for every purpose are and care- especially adapted Ui m Ui m Ui m Ui m Ui m ui m Ji m iU I ... m Ui m Ui m Ui Ui m m Hi for waists, for entire gowns and for trimming have received more than usual attention. The result is a most compre hensive stock. See these if you are interested: Peau De Soie Silks in Pastel shade...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 September 1900

The MiMi'b Shirt Waist At Hqtiuwville- Wc have never raised objection to a decent sort of dress When Mm fashion wasn't carried to the border of excess; Tolerated starchy bosoms free from wrinkles aud from warps When the feller that assumed it was a bridegroom or a corpse. Never had DO kick a-comin' if a feller made a bound To the diz.y realms o' fashion when bis birthday come around, Or would celebrate hi freedom by a dress in' loud an' Kay A tmlittin' of his spirits when hi wife would ran away, We have practiced self-denial by a holdin' down the tongue Fur to sec a feller primpiu when a goin" to bo hung, An have tried to curb our anger when the Honorable BUI Swett Togged himself to go to Denver when the legislatur' met, But e xc.-pt on sich occasions we have alius tried to tramp, Mi'-hly fins to the conditions of our free an easy camp, Au' ItM feller that discarded of the xocrcd ol" wool shirt Fur the polished 0ieu-bacUer stood a obancc o' gittin' hurt! Poker Frank had bin to Cripp...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 September 1900

"AT THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG HOUSE" X OF X B, O, WOOD A; You will find in X WALL PAPER The largest stock, the most beautiful designs, the very latest combinations, the richest tints and shades and at the very lowest prices, at which they can be sold. No trouble in making quick selections from this well selected stock. B, 0, WOOD. Big Coat f Commission. Washington, Aug. 25. A statement lias been prepared by Representative W. D. Van diver of Missouri, showing, as far as possible, the expense of President McKinleys various commissions, which have form ed such a feature of his admin istration. This is the list: 'First Philippine commission (after battle of Manila), $210,- 000. "Second Philippine commis sion (JJenby, Worcester and Schurtnan), $117,500. "Peace commission, $222,931. "W. J. Calhoun, special com missioner, $7000. "Bimetallic commission, $75,- 000. "Alger $150,000. "Sumoan commission, $50,000. "yueen s jubilee commission, $60,000. "Special commission 'What One Woman Thinks. Thre...

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. — 13 September 1900

Correspondence. Woodland. The Misses Glaziers, ot Can ton, Mo., are visiting Will Ihriy's family this week. Bill Howell our rustling farmer is having a well bored. J. O. Gilson, of Monroe City is doing the work. Some of our youngsters at tended the ice cream supper at Warren last Saturday night and report an enjovable time. School opened last Monday with R good attendance. Miss Mau l Stone, of Palmyra spent Saturday and Sunday in this vicinity. Prank James, of Kansas City, came in this week to visit his grandfather. Robert Woodsoti, of Monroe City was attending to some bus iness in this vicinity last week. The young people of Wood land surprised Mr. lhriy and family by having a moonlight party at their home last week. All present report a pleasant time. Verd Moss, of Quincy, spent Ins short vacation with Ins par ents. Mr. Stocks, of Whitehall, 111 is lookiug over his farm at Woodland this week. Robert Howell and mother Robert Shannon and sister, are all visiting relatives in Knox Co...

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. — 20 September 1900

0 MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL, 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1900. NO. 24 One Star. And this is no newspaper lie for it is as given us. The night of a rain storm a star dropped half way between the heavens and the earth, over the Cooper ville school house and had a square dance, a round dance, a cantata and if a gentleman had have been present it would have been called a French dance because twinkly girl left her clothes at home and did not wear a tiling but a transparent showers of sparks. After the dance was over she retired to her place iu the blue dome above. Now this is not our story but that of an eye witness. Public Sales. J. B. Hays will sell on Thurs day, Oct. 4, at his farm 2 .J miles southeast of Swinkey and 6 miles south of Monroe City, 4 head of horses, 59 head of cattle, 17 sheep, 7 shoats, etc. William Lightbody will sell at his farm 8 miles north east of this city and 1 mile north of Ely, on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 1900, Several head of stock con sistin...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 September 1900

THE DEMOCRAT i now is a good time to pay ; your suo.st i ijni.ni W.J. KOUSK, Editor. R. W. HIX80N, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 I.AK Entered at the poM offlcs nt MooItM City, Ma an m i onrt i lBHf mnttir. THURSDAY. SEPT 20. 1900. FOB PRESIDENT Hon. W. .J. Iinruc. Ileiiioorntio Ticket For Governor For l.ieutcriHiit Governor For Bee rotary of Btats For Attorney OtneMl A. M. HOCKKRY. JOHN A. I. EE. ..SAM I!. COOK. E. 0 CHOW. For Atlriitor U.DKKTO Al.LBN. For TrciiMircr K. P, WILLIAMS. For K. ami W. Com...JOS. P. HERR1NOTON. For Judge Supreme Court J, B, GANTT Diartlct Ticket. For Cougres W. W, RI'CKFR. For Judge St I.. Court of Appeals R. L. GOOI E For State Henator H. CLAY HEATHER. County Ticket. For Representative J, H. WHITECOT TON. ForColleetor W . II. H. CROW. FOrSherifT ... J, W CI. ARK. For Treasurer . . . Wrr.. M. MATBBR. For ProseciitlnK Attorney. K W, Me Al. LISTER. ForAsResor .. W. E. SHEARMAN, for Public Administrator . . J. S. MeORR, For Surveyor .. J. T, ORIOBRY, For Coroner ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 September 1900

ReflectionR of a Bachelor. You can get the truth out of x woman by flattering her, but to get it out of a man you have to get him scared. Every woman whose husband can never pay hisdebts believes the world will realize sometime what a great man she married. Lots of women go through life thinking that all the othe think they are artistic simply because they keep their hair mussed up. The only difference between a married man and a man sitting in fresh ruiint is that the man sitting in the paint generally doesen't know it. Every woman imagines that something about her is "won derful." Either she has "won derful" hair or eyes, or else she has a "wouderful" talent for something. Lots ol men succeed in busi ness because they have to make more money for their wives r to spend. When David Cul ou....ii head probably vou couldn't hear the cheering for the noise of the women saving "I told you so!" There is only one thing that makes a woman madder than man that doesen't understand her, and th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 September 1900

THE DEMOCRAT V. .1. ItoKSK, Kdilor. H. P. II l. SON, City Kditor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR Entered at tlir pdt olNrc at Monroe City, aft MCOttd ClaM matter. Mo. THURSDAY, 8EPTLH), 1900. of 1802 Vote for the perpetuation of the Republic The Republican full pail fable has exploded. din ne Our Republican trlends waii a government 1 i Ice England. Our Republican friends have no good thing to offer young men. Republican prosperity is not the kind of prosperity tor the masses. American freemen will fail to do their dutv if thev do not elect Bryan. Equal rights to all and spec ial favors to none is what De mocracy stands for. Of course those miners struck because there they were get ting too much wages. Money which is the life blood of business, must be kept circul ating in all parts of the coun try. If you believe in the Ameri can Republic vote for Bryan and the entire Democratic tick et.. Because a few people are prosperious is no reason why the entire people should be satisfied. The ladder ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 September 1900

IK SUCCESSOR TO We Invite Vmirrrgf J- I- Rtzpatrick, t -a. vr uui J. ttll vypuillllg Ul L 1 V TY UUUUS V f f Commencing Friday, Sept. 21. 19G0Jj "I L. T BELL, Every department in our store is better, brighter, stronger and more in viting than any time before. We are striving every day to make this the best and safest store in town for you to trade, by selling only the best merchandise on a close margain, treating all alike and guaranteeing satisfaction in every instance Dress Goods. 1 $ Silks. 54 inch all wool Chevicts in Black worth 1.75 for $1.35 54 inch all wool Cheviots in Black worth 1.25 for 1.00 54 inch Venitine in Brown, Tan and Blue mixture for only 1.00 Silver Gray, Oxford Gray, Custor and B) ue mixture 38 inch all wool camels hair Cheviots for only 50 French Flannels in the newest shades per pattern 2.50 and 2.75 New Silks that are bright and at tractive, correct and up-to-date 50, 75 and 1.00 27 inch all Silk Black Satin Duch ess for 98 Gray and White and $1.00 10-4 and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 September 1900

111; hoi ;ht THE BRICK at once, said nothing drew Trust arc Held Responsible For r.200 in ten $500 and two 100 bihkp .v miner, bills stuffed tliem carelessly in- A Confidence Game That Mis- to bis pocket, took a chew of By James Creelman. canted and the Intended b,ack tobacco aml tl)(.n left the Republic Special. M'liiu nine u , , i I Kiultm i) . w..f 10 fi, 'I' ll 1 U.t fc. A m A IIV Ahead. the trusts have lifted prices so high that most of us have to eat less, I could not live if my son and two of my daughters were not working. No married man with children can live on a coal miner's waires not unless his bank with the missionary. I'm sorrv. but the irovern- cry of agony that goes up fnm in. .nt naanvpr nui of tnwn; the great anthracite coal lields children are wortrlnir ton .leremian 11a ruing lives on me ,al we wait till he gets back?" vij .u..K..u... Ti)e miner-s wife eaVe me a ..... ..11 . ; l:.... of mmIi 1 . 1 BassilkmsiA " West side with several hundred, remarked the mission...

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 September 1900

"at the old reliable drug house" a; of a; B. O WOOD X You will find in X, WALL PAPER The largest stock, the most beautiful designs, the very latest combinations, the richest tints and shades and at the very lowest prices, at which they can be sold. No trouble in making quick selections from this well selected stock. B, 0, WOOD- REPUBLICAN TESTIMONY. Against the Imperialism of McKin ley. By George Allen White. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Wise statesmen as they were they preceived the tendency of prosperity to breed tyrants and so they established these great self evident truths, that, when in the distant future some frac tion, some interest should set up the doctrine that none but rich men, or none but white men or none but Anglo-Saxon white men were entitled to life, liber ty and the pursuits of happi ness, their posterity might look up again to the Declaration of Independence and take courage to renew the battle their fath ers began, so that truth and justice and mercy all the hu mane and Chr...

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. — 20 September 1900

Correspondence. Miss Effie R;ixter spent last week With Mrs. Onic Gibbons, of Hatch. Masters Raymond and Baxter. Cooportville. Bond, of Monroe City, are vis Miss Daisy Ilanley and broth- King their grandparents, J R, er. Lon, took In tin rally at Baxter and wife. Macon City and visited rela We are glad to report that B. JACK FROST IS NEAR! lives from Wednesday till Sat urday. Misses Mary Yates aud Dol A. McElroy, who had the mis fortune to cut his foot while cutting corn some weeks ago is lie McLeod, Indian Creek spent j getting along nicely and will Thursday with their uncle, W J. McLeod and family Mr. Moss ami family, of near Ely are visiting Mrs Moss' brothers family, Frank Thomas. Goerge McLeod attended mass at Indian Creek and visit ed his little friends, Georgia and Harry Yates. Mr. Edmonson and family, of near the stone school house spent Sunday with Will Gosney and family. The Widow Sullivan -and .son. Gean, of Mexico. Mo . are visit ing her sister in law, Mrs. Brichard Whit...

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. — 27 September 1900

. t i ' A MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL, 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1900. NO. 3 Church News. Regular services at the Presbyterian cliurcli by the pastor, Sunday. Elders I. W. Read, M. L McReynolds and B. P. Hixson assisted in ordaining three deacons at Woodland last Sat urday. Sunday will be Rally Day at the First Baptist church. The morning sermon will be to the children and illustrated. The subject for night will be a con tinuation of the subject, Popu lar Fallacies. Rev. I. W. Read was appoint ed by the Bethel Association a delegate to the Southern in Baptist Association which meets May litOl at New Orleans, La. Elders R. B. Briney and H. F. Davis are attending the Marion County meeting of the Christian church at Einden. Rev. J. H. Riffe will rill reg ular appointments at the Orace Baptist church Sunday. The Bethel S. S. Convention will meet with the Philadelphia church to morrow. Rev. I. W. Read and wife and D. M. Proctor and wife of this city will attend. Re...

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. — 27 September 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIX80N, city Editor. TfcltMS $1.00 PR YfcAR Entered at th POSI office at Moi.roc City, MCOIldH lass matter. Mo. THURSDAY. SEPT 27. 19C0. DeiiKieraf ie Ticket For Governor For Lleutri.nnt Covernnr For Secretary of Stutc For Attorney tirncrn) . . A. M. DOfTKKRY. . JOHN A. Mtft . ..8AM B. COOK. K. II CROW. For Auditor ALBKKTO A 1. 1, F.N. For Treasurer K. P. WILLIAMS. For K. Md W. Cnin...JOH. P. HKBRIWOTOW. For Judge Supreme .Court J, H, OANTT DlHtatCt Ticket. For Conines W. W. KI'CKKR. ForJiirtue si L. Court of Appeals II L OOOD1 For Btnte Senator II. CLAY 1IK.ATIIKR. County Ticket For Representative J, H. WIIITKCOTTON. For Collector . w.m. h.crow. Fur Sheriff J, W. CLARK. For Treasurer .... Wire. M. MATKIB, For PfOMOUUns Attorney. K W. Me ALLISTKR. For Assessor .. V. R. SHEARMAN. For Pnbllfl Administrator J. 8. MetiER. For Surveyor J. T. GRKI8BY. For Coroner W. K. JOHNSON. Forjudge Western District, J. s. ALLEN. POT Judge Eastern District . H. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 September 1900

The Bridge of Time. From Nineteenth Century. The most remarkable instance I ever knew of what I may call cumulative longevity was that of a friend of mine in Norwich, who died, I think, at 75, and who used to tell me that his grandfather, when a child, had been held up to look at Charles 1 1 at the king's restoration in 1660- My friend was a highly respected and influential solici tor In Norwich, Freestone by name, and at his death in, I think, 1865 or thereabouts, he left an estate in Norfolk to his nephew, Justice Lindley, now master of the rolls. John Freestone, the grand father, lived a bachelor till his 75d year, and the hen married and had a son, John the secon J. This gentleman did as his father did; he lived a jovial life till he was 72, and then he married and had a son. John the third, my friend, who, living till 75, died 218 years after his grandfather was born, and some 205 years after that grand lather was held up to stare at Charles II. That is, the grandfather must ha...

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. — 27 September 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE) Editor. it. f, hixson, city Editor, TliHMS $1.00 PEK YEAR Knlcrcl li tn- poM offo t Monro City, MCOnd-ClMf matter. Mo. THURSDAY. SEPT L7. I'.tftO. Stand people The natl is dollar. for the liberty of the greater than the Of course Democracy stands now where it did in lH'JG on the financial and all other questions. The same principles which in spired the patriots and heroes of 177(5 inspire the Democrats in 1900. Democracy will lift England from the government saddle at Washington and once more the people will rule. Are vou in favor of a govern i ment of. for and by the fa vored few and the trusts? If so vote lor Manna s man. Those who endorse the action of the American colonists shonld carefully study the questions of the hour before casting a vote for McKinley and imperialism. Republican orators are not quoting Lincoln thffl year, be cause Lincoln did not advocate such un American principles as our Republican friends stand for. x I It is tocracv :i c onteit...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 September 1900

1877. miiiiwhll nun ii nam uiiiwiK mmm MfflO. TWENTY-THREE YEARS --Of continued success finds-- ! I! -n, .'r;,ir- i Hon Read ) Fir Tic Fa Sea i 1900- The past 4 months we've been as busy as beavers getting ready and now in a few days we will know whether our efforts will please you or not. This store was never so interestingly full of the Newest Merchandise never so attractive to economical folks, never so ready to servo the public best as now mm I i s TrifljinMs arjd Dress F&fiisliij!s This department is complete embrac ing all tlie newest Novelties in Trimm ings a few of which we mention below. Arabian all over Lace Spangled Nets and Trimmings to match, Persian Band Trimmings, Embroidered Silks Hercules Band Trimmings, Velvets including all New Shades. Our Dress Lining Department we make a Special Feature. Dress Goods. In addition to staple weaves and colorings, we are showing a carefully selected assortment of materials for ladies tailored gowns. Venetians in Modes, Tans, Gra...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 September 1900

When Molly I..el Tin; Meeting I wuz Mttln' with the sinners --'ay bMk by the door, In a pewthkt smiles a welcome rauet- in' evenin's- to the poor, j wuz jest tin- hardest tinner that snl- vntion ever kuowed A reg'lar ol' backslider that had lost the f(Oapel road. TwiMS a Wednesday nitfht pra'r meet in' when they talked from left to right! An' the word come that the preacher wouldn't lie with us Hint night An' "Who would lead the ineetin'?"' A woman railed her nan', An' Molly, with the bright, sweet eyes, marched u pand took the titan". My heart wu palpltatinM an' what would Molly sayY Bhe didn't keep me waitin', fer her bright eyes sbiued my way! She give that ol1 time hymn out, an' tliey sun-.' with sweet aooord, Witli Molly's v.iiee a-leadin' 'em "Come Ye that Love the Lord!" An' Iota of 'cm went up fer pra'r, an' Kot religion true; An' Molly called acrost the pews: "John, ain't you comin', too'" An' 1 come I couldn't stau' it. They hollered out, "Amen!" With Molly's nan' a holdin...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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