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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 November 1900

c f. Monroe city Democrat. VOL, 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI.JHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900. NO. 31 Mckinley and ROOSEVELT The Senate and House of Representatives also Republican WORLD FAIR AMENDMENTS CARRIED The Solid South Unbroken, Republicans Gained in Western and Central States Missouri Goes Democratic by Good Majorities 281 for McKinlev. in 1900 she gets in the Democratic column 7000 strong. given above ior bad news for the Democrats began to come in and it kept getting no better fast. The Republican paaty has swept the country and is in entire control of the national government in all its branches. Below is given the Republican plurality for 1896 and the Re publican plurality for 1900. 1896. 1900. TM87 " West Virginia 8,000 45,772 Maine 12,000 35,794 New Hampshire 22.000 40.490 Vermont 25,000 268,469 New York 135,000 173,265 -Massachusetts 50,000 53,545 Connecticut 25,000 295772 Pennsylvania 300000 22976 Rhode Island 20,000 87692 New Jersey 55000 32224 Maryland 11000 3630 JDeleware ...

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. — 8 November 1900

THEIDEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR Entered at the post office at Monro City, Mo. as second-class matter. THURSDAY, NOV. 1. 1900. Dr. Hornback. Oculist Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. and For the latest sty les in shapes and trimmings for hats and bon nets go to Tudie Swinkey who has the only Chicago trimmer in the city. We are needing every cent due us and must again ask those who owe us to come in and settle. Raney & Saunders for School Books and School Supplies. Get your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell ft Son to day The best buggy Paint go to Kanky& Saunders. Buy your School Hooks of Raney & Saunders. Come in and pay us what you owe. Shaup & DONLEY; For nice fresh cool luncheons or a hot meal, go to the right place. Caldwell &. Son. Our school shoes are the best on earth, every pair guaranteed A. BlH'l.WAUK &S()N James C. Gentry formerly of tins city, but now of Salisbury. was here circulating among old friends during ...

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. — 8 November 1900

Home Wise Don't. Don't "howl," "roar" or ' ex plode." To laugh heartilly is better. Don't pose. Affection is a bar to respect, let alone confi dence. Don't use superlatives. Few things require them, and they weaken description. Don't boast. The illiterate and the selfconscious are thus made manifest. Don't confound hauteur with dignity, or repose with stupidity. Don't groan over the wicked ness of the world, but mend your own. Don't preach unles vou have practiced. Deeds are tremend ously convincing. jjont tiniiK a toreigner can comprehend you any better if you shout into his ear. Don.t forget that politeness is the fostersister of diplomacy, and an essential tact. Don't appraise a book at another's valuation. Critics are not censors absolute. Itule of Tbree. Three things to govern Temper, tongue and conduct. Three things to love Cour age, gentleness and affection. Three things to hate Cruelty, arrogance and ingratitude. Three things to delight in Frankness, freedom and beauty. to w...

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. — 8 November 1900

I THE DEMOCRAT v. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. V. R1XSON, city Editor. TRRMS $1.00 PER YKAR Entered at th pol office at Monroe City, Mo. at ncconil-elMii matter. THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1900 T'ie trusts won. Now for business. Get ready for the next tight. Democrats failed to get enough votes. Now for prosperity and a "full dinner pail" The people could not over come the power of money. Let us all do what we can to make the country prosperous. Stand for equal rights to all and special privileges to none. Stand for the Declaration of Independence and the Cousti tution. Don't give up. Continue the fight for liberty and human rights. It appears that the people aud justice were caught napping- All good citizens hope pros perity for the plain people will materialize. Democrats, don't fail to keep up the fight for the rights of the masses. Our Bryan roosters plumage is in such condition that he is not presentable. "We have met the enemy and have been defeated but there is another day coming. Democrats w...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 November 1900

Boulware's Shoe Store WINTER IS AT HAND Boulware's! Shoe Store ONE o the most important necessities of life, is to provide yourself and family with good footwear. The very best Boots and Shoes is the kind we offer you, We are the only exclusive Shoe Store in Monroe City, We buy our shoes in ferge quanta ties from the best manufactures, buy for cash and carry the largest and most complete stock of boots and shoes in the county. We are better prepared to serve yeur needs in footwear and we will save you money on your shoe bill. Below we will tell you of some of the good things we have to offer you and we in' vite you to call and examine our shoes and compare our prices with what others will ask you or not as good shoes. We always UNDERBUY and UNDERSELL all competition and give you the benefit. u.... ,c.ib. LADIES SHOES, Drew Selby & Co's fine shoesijare all that tanners skill and shoemakers art can make them. All styles, all weights, all soles and every ki.id of leather. Ladies ha...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 November 1900

JPepo, A Story of Porto Illco. By captain h. h. Lastly. When the American governor general issued liis famous order requiring all chiidren to be properly clothed in the street there was consternation in San Juan. Previous to our occupa tion the lower or working classes had never thought of putting clothes upon a young child es pecially in the country; and as a result the island was tilled with brown little Adams and Eves, without even the bibical ig leaf to hide their nakedness. Porto Rico, you must know, is nearly as thickly populated as Belgium, and many of the peo ple are very poor. To some par ents it was a positive hardship to clothe their numerous off spring, and, moreover.;, it was not considered necessary, be cause of the inild climate. The governor general, however, en tertained other views. To his military and somewhat stern eye the picturesqueness of the landscape was not enhanced by any number of naked babies. He would have liked to put un iforms upon them, such is the t...

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. — 8 November 1900

"AT THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG HOUSE" X OF X. B, 0, WOOD A.' You will find in X WALL PAPERS 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, a WOOD. The World's Best Orations. From the Earliest Period to the Present1 time Justice DAVID J, BREWER Editor Assisted by a large corps of assistant editors, Advisory Board and Contributors. The Most Complete Work on the Subject Ever Issued in any Language. Be Sure And Get The Brewer Book. Send for 32 page sample of paper and contents containing 40 half tone illustrations also copy of Testimonials of a large number of the lead ing attorneys of America. Apple Social. The Apple Social given by the B. Y. P. U. Society, at the home of Miss Ida Tuley on last Thursday evening, was pro nounced a success by all who attended. There was a large jolly crowd and all report a ...

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

liiiK M.- Not RetiUtinR. TienTsin. Oct. 1. The di plomatic situation lias been somewliat complicated by Li Hung Chang's assurances that tiie Chinest shall not again re sort to arms. It is also stated that the old Viceroy has sent edicts into all parts of Chi Li Province ordering the people to offer no resistance to the allies. As cabled the Associated Press at the time of Li's arrival in' TienTsin, he assured General' Chaffee that he would use all I his power asViceroy and all his influence to prevent further hos tilities. So far, however, the British and Germans have re fused to recognize Li Hung Chang, and the old man remains in his Yametl Viceroy in name only and only recognized as an envoy from the court in the peace negotiations by the Rus sians an Americans That Li's instructions to the natives of Chi-Li Provinceuto offer no resistance to the allied troops have had somt effect re cent events are evidence. The Lu Lni expedition, which has been described in the Associat ed Press...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 November 1900

Monroe city democrat. VOL, 13. flONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I5, 1900. NO. 33 Burlington Officials. Monroe City should congrat ulate herself on being located on the Burlington Railroad because it is oue of the best systems to be found. Its offi cials are always looking after the intersts of the cities locat ed on Burlington lines. They make frequent trips over the line to meet the citizens and thus are in position to co operate with the people along the road. All the officials are -- p, pleasant, courteous business men . Thursday morn ing several of ficials were in this city and while here several of them made the Democuat a pleas ant call. They were on a special train, in charge of Conductor H. C, Crane, brakeman, C. H. Sibert, Engineer, John Hall and Fire man, C. D. Lavoo. In the party were : Messers Howard Elliott, Gen'l Mana ger: S. E. Crance, Gen'l Snp erintendent; D. O. Ives, Gen'l Freight Agent; L. W- Wake ley, Gen'l Passenger Agent; F. A. Chase, Gen'l Master Me ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 November 1900

THE DEMOCRAT !ublic library t,en t,,is af- . ternOon. Are you in favor of having a lecture course in Monroe City this winter? W. J. HOUSE, Kditor. R. F. H1XSON, City Kditor. TERMS $1.00 PER VHA Entered at the pnat office at Monroe City, Mo. as -ri ond .class matter. THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1900. I Dr. Horn back, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. The largest 5 cts. Tablet at Hanky & SaUNDLRB Get your dinner and lunch eon! at Caldwell & Sun to day The Ik?1 buggy Paint x lu Hanky & Baundeiis. If you do net have a library ticket you should get one with out delay. You get great value for your money. Prof, and Claude Nichols were after birds Saturday and bagged a nice lot of them. Miss Mamie Lane, of Hanni bal, has been the guest of Mon roe friends. It has been Nettled tlisit the constitution does not follow the flag. Hannibal Courier Post (Republican-) Buy your School B tuka of Raney k Saunders. Thomas Moore .and wife, of Shelbyville, Ky.. are visiting relatives here. Come in and ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 November 1900

Wlint is Home? Recently B London magazine sent out 1,000 Inquiries on the question, "What is Home?" In selecting tlie classes to res pond to the question, it was particular to see that everyone was represented. The poorest and richest were given a n equal opportuity to express their sentiment. Out of 800 replies received, seven gems were selected as follows: 1. Home; A world of strife shut out. a world of love shut in. 2. The place where the small are great and the great are small. 3. The father's kingdom, the mothers world, and the child's paradise. 4. The place where we grumble the most and are treat ed the best. 5. The center of our affec tion round which out heart's best wishes twine. G. The p. ace where our stomachs get three square meals daily and our hearts a thousand. 7. The only place on earth where the faults and failing of humanity are hidden uuder the sweet mantle of charity. In general, every answer pic tured is as something beautiful. The rich man loved it because it w...

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. — 15 November 1900

THE DEMOCRAT w. j. ROUSE, Editor. R. i BIXSON, City Editor. TBRMf $I,00,';H V,:AR Enurt'l tthc post ofllcf at Monroe OttJT, Mo. aa i . . matter. THURSDAY, NOV. 15. 1900. Now for prosperity. Democracy still lives. Stand up for Missouri. Majorities never make right. Read all the advertisements in the Democrat. Trusts will prosper under the reign of Mark Hanna. William Jennings Bryan is the greatest living American. "Governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed.' Soon the country will be af flicted with another, session of congress. Each citizen should do his part toward making our city more prosperous Now is the .time to work for the upbuilding of Monroe City and the surrounding country. The Worlds Pair in 1903 will be an opportunity for our grand Missouri to do some advertising. Democracy will continue to stand for the Declaration of In dependence and the Constitution. Soon another year will be history and not one of us has done as much good as we should have...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 November 1900

McKinley prosperity makes it necessary for the newspaper man to collect all money due. What la the matter with John Btrean? He got the parsons badly mixed. 0000.0X.U000ll0n0 0.0f HMfntn 000 0H I GREAT, GREATER, CREATE The greatest of the great; ST!! Rev. .lames Bishop, of Spald ing, was iu the city Monday with his many friends. Rev. C. L. Trimble ha3 con ducted a successful meeting at the Melrose church. James T. Umstattd and deputy collector J. P. Brown ing have been spending the week in the city. Vint Spalding's left leg col lided with the hind foot of a mule, consequently he has been lame for several days. P. B. Dunn and wife, of Shel byville, have been visiting Mrs. Dunn's brother J. J. Rog ers and Mrs. J. M. Johnson, Cloak, Cape, Jacket Sale That was ever known in this city is now in progress at J. B. Anderson's on North Main St. Cloaks are more than cheap and Capes and Jackets can be purchased at 50c on the $1.00. The Children's Line of the same goods is still perfect and Pric...

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. — 15 November 1900

The Man Behind The Plow L. A. WILCOX. Humboldt. Iowa. I'm not so much at writing as those high faint in chaps. For my hand is likely clumsy and awkward, too. perhaps; I've been driving a team that travels rather slow, That! kept me busy, with "(jet up," "haw,' "gee,'' "whoa!" Hut if you will listen to whot I am going to say, Abouta great mistake they make, and do it every day. In doling out their praiiea and I want to tell them now, Too often they forget the man who walks behind the plow Talk about learn:d men, their wit and wisdom rare; Their poets and their painters, who get praises every where They're well enough to make a show, but will Uiey tell how The world could ever do without the man behind the plow? Tis nice to go to school, to learn to read and write, 'Tis nicer yet to dress up Hue, and sport around at night. Their music, art and poetry may all be hard to beat. But tell me what they're going to do for something good to eat? They say my boots are muddy, my clothing is too...

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. — 15 November 1900

Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hungry. Have your machines repaired by J. B. Bristow. Monroe History. Mrs. T. J. Keysor, of Parson. In 1864 the Iron Clad oath! Kan., is the guest ol relatives played the duce with the Demo- I near the city. Missouri Now is a good your subscription. time to pay New is time to enroll on the Democrat's list. If you want a lunch go Caldwell & Son's restaurant Cash on the nail. It you owe it to us come in and settle up. Shakp & Donley. Dinner, luncheons, ice cream sotlas, fruits, confections and cigars at Caldwell & Son. Second hand school books bought and sold at Raney & SAUNDlillS. The Republicans went seven votes shy at Shiel, last Tues day. School Books School Books School Books School Books. Raney & Saunders. You will find a staple and fancy line of Dry Goods and Notions at Tudie Swinkey. Shiel, or as better known Sidney, got there election day with a shortage of 7 Republican votes. crat vote in "Old" At that time ther...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 November 1900

I s A FITZPATRICK'S When sick one wants the best of care and attention as well as the PUREST CLASS of DRUGS. The latter will he found at Fitz patrick's. dispensed b A. K. RUTLEDGE. The former your friends will give you. To the ladies we offer the prettiest and sweetest line of TOILET GOODS In the city and to the ladies and children the finest line of candies to be found. One word to the gentlemen, best cigars on the market. J. J. FITZPATRICK The Racket The people by their votes have "OKed" Lincoln's saying "If you like that kind of a thing that is the kind of a thing you Hke," so have taken an other dose of McKinleyism but the Democrats will boh np sererely after catching their second wind. All Five Are Dead Irvine Depot, Ky., Nov. 12. Four children, all boys, were born to Mrs. Russe'1 Christop'i er in Estell County last night. They were perfectly formed and weighed from four to six pounds. The mother and all the children died in a few hours after their birth. The woman was only 1M ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 November 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT VOL. 13. flONROE CITY, MISSOURI-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1900. NO. 33 Married. Miss Anna Lou Thomas and Dr. C. P. Bell were married at the Catholic church yesterday morning at 9 o'clock, Rev. Father Sullivan officiating. The attendants were Mr. An drew Whileand Misslda Robey. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Thomas. The groom has been located at Lake nan about a year and was en gaged in the practice of med Icine. They took the 9:30 train for Kansas City, where they will visit a few weeks, after which they will go to the Indian Territory probably to Vinta where Dr. Bell will engage in the practice of medicine. Shel bina Democrat Wesley Drescher, the fourteen year old son of C, L. Drescher, saved his little four year old sister from being burned to death Friday morning. The little girl was standing by the stove and caught her clothing on fire and her clothing was be ing rapidly burned. There were only children in the'house. Wesley started in -to put out...

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. — 22 November 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J KOUSK, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. Girls will be girls if t,ley can't be married women. Ex. Patron ir.e home ! and make money. merchants TERMS $1,00 PLR YEAR Call on the Demochat when in the city. Next Thursday will be Thanksgiving. .. Holiday goods will soon be Still w are w.iitinir for that mit on display by our mer- rush of prosperity. chants Entered t the post office at Monroe City. Mo. as second-class matter. THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1900 Dr. lloitibacU. Aurist. Hannibal. Oculist and Thanksgiving servicesQat 10: Mo. Tlie, largest 5 cts. 't ablet at Rangy & Saundlhs Get your dinner and lunch eons Ht Caldwell & Son to day The best buggy Paint go to Hanky & Saunders. Buy your School Books of Raney & Saunders. Come in and pay us what you owe. Shaki' & Don-ley. E. Morthland, of Warren braved the sleet storm Friday to come to the city. Benj McAllister, of Hunne well, was a business visitor in the city Friday. If you are on the market for Paints ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 November 1900

You Kissed Me At the ftqUBIt of several readers this ponn i raprodno td it was Written ty Miss Josephine S. Hunt. a younjf git of 18. Ths last nix lines in the lecond verse are wh at proba bly inspired the equally pMltOMtl stan.a of Ella Wheeler W'ileox, in which she expresses the lover's will ingness to barter heaven itself for a kiss. You kissed DM) My head Dropped low on your breast While a feeling of shelter Anil infinite rest. While the holy emotions My tongue dared not speak Flashed up in a flame From my heart to my cheek. Your arms held me fast; O, your arms were so hold: Heart beat against heart In their passionate fold. Your glances seemed drawing My soul through my eyes, As the sun draws the mist From the seas to the skies. Your lips clung to mine Till I prayed in my bliss They might never unclasp From this rapturous kiss. You kissed me! My heart, And my breath, and my will In delirious joy For a moment stood still. Life had for tne then No temptations, no charms No vision...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 November 1900

THE DEMOCRAT V. .1 TERMS ROUSB, BSitor. MIX SON, City Ktlitor. $1.00 PI:R VBAR Entcrol in tlif l'OHt office at Monroe City, an ncond-clam mutter. THURSDAY, NOV. Mo. 82, l'JOO bit of chalk on the sides of coal wagons in the mines. Make it, as Douglass made his when lie learned to read from scraps of paper and posters. Make it. as Napoleon made his in a hun dred important situations Make it, as the deaf and blind Helen Keller is making hers. Make it, as every man must who would accomplish any thing worth the effort. Gold eu opportunities are nothing to laziness, and the greatest ad vautage would make you ridi culous if you are not prepared for it. Guard. A Lecture 'nurse. No Keconceutrados Prof. Lovelace of Palmyra. It will be more comfortable noticing what the Democrat for proud and Stand up for the right. Let us work to make Monroe City a greater city. Democracy will as men love liberty. live as lon-r The necessaries of lile right on advancing in price. go Big standing armies will c...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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