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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 November 1900

PATENT LEATHER SHOES X for x LADIES and GENTLEMEN a: in the a; CORRECT STYLES A AT A BOULWARES ISSI Try Caldwell(& Son's oysters. Kasper Kneclit had a ooil sale Cows averaged $54. 00. Hon. J. D. Dale, of Chelby ville, was in the city Monday. Send news items to the Df.m ocuat. 'Phone 14. Gardner Wade wis o-i the sick list yesterday. Oysters served any style at Caldwell & Son's restaurant. Meat Meat Meat Hear A. L. Hereford at Odd Fellows hall tomorrow even ing Free. Al Arnold, of Shelbina, was Now is a good your subscription. lime to pay For line of dry goods Miss Tudie Swinkey. go to The finest line of Tablets Envelopes to match. Raney & Saunders. Thomas Buckman, of Mexico, Mo.. was circulating among old friends in the city Saturday. Post Ofllce On Thanksgiving. Post office hours on Thanks giving day will be the same as the hours on Sunday. Rev. J. H. Riffe has moved to his residence property at the corner of Winter and Chestnut streets. If you want your hat or bon net t...

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. — 22 November 1900

Tlio Tnln of 11 Tinker. In all Chicago there wasn't a happier girl than Rita Garden until the Ken tacky cousin ap peared on the scone. Rita had been looking forward for years to meeting the charming kins woman of whose beauty and conquests she had beard so much. And. indeed, there was no sense of disappointment when she came face to face with ber stately guest just without, the tall iron gatfS of the depot. "Cousin Lenore! Is it really J you' And you are even lovlierj than I supposed. No picture1 of you I have seen does you i just ire!" Lenore laughed a lazy, musi cal laugh, and bent her superb bead to kiss the little golden haired sprite in the pale blue organdy gown, "You mendacious little mor- j tail" she said. "How am I to pay you for such delicious Bat- j tery?" They made a striking con- 4 . , i n i 4h.. i ,-.nr 1,, , ' ',-r nil1 the wide black steps to the car rlage awaiting them. Lenore Vane, tall, beautifully propor tioned, undulantly graceful as a young willow, with somethi...

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. — 22 November 1900

The Light of the World, Of Our Savior in Art. Cost nearly $100,000 to pro duce. Contains nearly 100 full page engravings of our Saviour and His Mother by the world's greatest painters. True copies of the greatest Masterpieces in the art galleries of Europe. Every picture is as beautiful as a sunrise over the hilltops. Con tains descriptions of the paint ings, biography of the painters, the names and locations of the galleries in Europe where the originals may be seen. Also contains a Child's Department, including a Child's Story of the Christ and His Mother, beauti fully written, to tit each picture. This wonderful book, matchless in its purity and beauty, ap peals to every mother's heart, and in every Christian home where there are children the book sells itself. Christian men and women are making money rapidly taking orders. A Chris tian man or woman can in this community soon make $1,000 taking orders for Christmas presents. Mrs. Waite, our agent in Massachusetts, has sold over $...

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. — 22 November 1900

We want to kill your hogs Tip McClintic shipped 4 cars The United States army now j j ,1 r of fancy fed cattle Sunday Inumbers 103,000 men. Of this . ' 7 I great force 2,000 are m the bharpand Uonley, The "Giesecke" boot, The best felt boots and overshoes. Boul ware's Shoe Store. the i Philippines and asking for re- best on earth. intorcement. The army, the Boulware's Shoe Store, "-ivy and the pension roll will j cost the nation nearly 500,000, Mrs. Mary Wright has re visit Mnccnaa ot-nof Mt hoots turned from a pleasant c i with relatives at Knox City. Boulware's Shoe Store overshoes Womens cents. Boulware's Shoe Store. At press time Col. Ii. E. Lear -q was slightly improved in con- I still have a nice local fancy staple line of domestics and dress goods. Tudie Swinkey If you need a pair of boots, shoes, felts overshoes or leggins, see us, for we will save you money, Boulwares, Shoe Store. Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hungry. A second hand wood heating stove for sale....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 November 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL, 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1900. NO. 34 Sweeping Democratic Triumph in Missouri. Tlie second day after the election Mr. Dockery said in an interview: "The indications are that my plurality will exceed 32,000 in the state. Mr. Bryan's plural ity may reach from 38,000 to 40 OOo because of the unanimity with which he was supported by organized labor and by the railway employes of the state." Mr. Dockery 's prediction has been fully vindicated. The offioial count has not been completed and gives Dock ry.850,649; Flory 317,902; Hillis (Populist) 4357; Stokes (Pro.) 5194; Libscomb (Social Dem.) 5576; Fry (Social Labor) 1213; scattering 8; total vote 684,894. Dockery 's plurality is 32,747, his majority over all being 16, 404. Bryan received 351,913 votes and leads Dockery by 1264 votes, the loss in the main being due to the labor vote in St. Louis, supplemented by a slight loss from the railway vote throughout the state. In view ot the clai...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 November 1900

THE DEMOCRAT Reflections of a Bachelor. mi... mmim Ul, t .... lens l Uiii uiuiu.a iii' W. J. HOUSE, Editor. j more she tans' K. f. HIXSON, City Editor. Lots of men you never would 1 - - - I suspect are not only married TERMS $1,00 PRR VHAH bUt in 'OVe- . It is a funny thing, but there Kntcred at the post office t Monroe City, Mo.:js Homet,in,r about beinL' to fat an second-class matter. itlwit makes a man more apt to THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1900 Dr. Horn back, Oculist and I Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. The largest 5 els. Tablet at RANBY & Sacndlbh Get your dinner and lunch-; tell the truth and to treat liis wife well. There seems to be as much difference between calling a woman an old maid and a bach elor girl as there is between calling her a duck an an old lieu. eons at Caldwell As Son to day I The woman who marries a The best buggy Paint g t Haney& Saunders. Come in and pay us what you owe. Sharp & Donley. Joseph Gray has sold one of li is mart's to Mr. Longnecker, of Lincoln, II...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 November 1900

Double Taxation. Double taxation may sound queer, it is not a theory, but a condition that you and the English people have to face. Lincoln freed the negro. O. K. McKinley is doing his best to ensl ave the Filipines. The U. S. A would have been a head to have paid $2,000 per head for the blacks and have sav ed priceless bloo.l. Hon. T. B. Reed with a sneer, "10.000.000 Yellow Bellies at 2 per head." Take the money already spent, the young me killed, the young men wrecked phyically to say nothing of those are meutal wrecks and this country could well have afforded to have paid 2,000 per head for the "Yellow Bellies" and let them gone frea. It ,is never too late to mend, but the policy ot this country at present is Rule or Ruin for a time it will be both. Moses did not enter the promised laud and there are others who will not enter the land that was not promised. Unexpected Ending. Answers: ' By the way," said the man who had stopped at a farm house to water his Horse, 'htteen years a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 November 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROU8K, Editor. 11. r. UIXSON, c ity Editor. Tqpwr- Wood. Samuel H. Turner and r j IliHMS $1.00 tr.K vbah Knti ri il ill Ibf POM Office ftt Monroe city. Mo srrond-i'lnmi matter. THURSDAY, NOV. 29. 1!K)0 Miss Berth Wood were united in the holy trends of matrimony at the hoinijti L. Wood son in this city a '3:30 p. m. Tuesday. Rev. J. H. KilTe atticiating. The Democrat joins the many friends of the happy couple in wishing them unbounded hap piness. "Donation Party." As an expression of the very high esteem in which he is held as a faithful minister of Jesus ! Christ and member of Grace Baptist Chuich. a large number of the members, together with the pastor and wife, and other friends met at the home of Rev. J. H. Terrill Tuesday eve in a quite handsome "donation party. War Tax Not Binding. Atlanta, Ga.. Nov. 27. The Supreme Conrt of Georgia to day handed down a decision af fecting not only the war stamp The Declaration of ndepend tax, but involving a question of ence...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 November 1900

Dr. Ritchey makes a sneciali. ty of Eye, Ear. Nose and Chest diseases. See Williamson & Bull's 10! cent counter. Work for your town. This lias been a hard day on turkey. Special prices on Table Linen at Williamson & Bull's. Now is a good time to pay your subscription. For line of dry goods go to Miss Tudie Swinkev. Jardiniere Stands for 75 cents at Williamson & Bull's. The finest line of Tablets Envelopes to match. Raney & Saunders. County court next weak. Try Caldwell & Son's oysters. Col. R. E. Lear is better and his f rien ds are happy. You have many things to be thankful for todav. Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hungry. Dollar Boards tki the Eber heart Lumber Co. Duck coats 75c and $1.00 at Williamson & Bull's. Outing Cloth per yard 5 cents at Williamson & Bull's. Mrs. Dora Richardson spent last week in Paris with friends. The Democrat has use for several of those 45 cent U. S. silver dollar! that are due. School Books School Books School...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 November 1900

CHRYSANTHEMUMS. A T)iankstfivinK Ntury. Uy Miinda L. CrookeFi People said they were Ma pair of precioui fools to give sucli a mite of a baby that hor nd long name "As if it were going to in ike her better than we common folks," ill Belle WicKerlnk, with her nose in the air; or that "she would be any better look ing either,'1 added Merry Jaxon, who was a recognized beauty from her birth. Nevertheless the Kimballs did name the dot of humanity that horrid, long name in spite of the comment and adverse opinion of a dozen exceedingly interested neighbors. Whether it was because there was a 'bank of the beautiful bios soms in the sunny south room where she was born on that Thanksgiving day, they having been hustled in from the uncon genial November air outside a few hours before her coming, or not, was never explained. No matter; Obrvsanthea was now the belle of Roserock, not withstanding her horrid, long name. Eighteen serene Thanksgiv ing suns had run the glowing day-rim, setting hi a h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 November 1900

Has Already Been Made. Every semi occasionally some j feather head starts the report that the Burlington will build a cut off from Monroe City to Bear Creek, leaving Palmyra to one side. The Burlington it is true runs out of a direct course to strike Palmyra, but then it is customary for rail roads to deviate from a direct course to strike important places. The only place we know of which is likely to be 4 'cut off" the Burlington is Monroe City and that cut off has already been made. Past trains speed by that town as though it were a meie bump on the prairie. It is true the denizens can stop the fast trains by flagging them, but so can any other cross-road hamlet. Palmyra Herald. Pern is a corker with the cork left out. For lo these many many years the trains that stops at the Palmyra station have been known as the Jerk Water or Weazel. Palmyra is not recognized by through trains, they stop at the junction re ceive orders get water and then whiz into Hannibal. There is not a single...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 November 1900

SaX'fArijAr -isS&i riSSKL iiSSEs. iSEs. pjJM XMAS is not only coming but nearly here and B. O. WOOD the "OLD RELIABLE" commenced yesterday to open up the largest and best selected stock of CHRISTMAS GOODS ever brought to this cify, Remenv bcr b, a WOOD The Old Reliable 4 C For Cloaks and all classes of Fashionable Capes g Wraps Go to W, V. Carson I Co, They have the Latest in Fabrics and Style and when it comes to prices, well, you can find what you are looking for, One word, we dont own the Dress Goods Factories but can sell you the prettiest patterns exceedingly cheap. I. I CARSON & CO Indian Creek. Hill Meyers, f new Indian Creek, i had his right leg very badly butchered up by a wood saw lar-t Thursday, i badly breaking and mashing the bonei of Hit? knee. i A message eamo over th" telephone la t Sunday stating that Robert Mills j was dead. He was buried in Swinkey the next day. He died with cancer of &e49Pgue. Dan Seward, son of Steve Seward, . and Mary Hays, daughter...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 December 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT VOL. 13. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI,THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1900. NO. 35 Will Fill an Early Grave. Cincinnati, O., Dec. 4. Com menting on the president's mes sage, the Enquirer says: "The annual message of President McKinley to congress is very long and rather wearisome. It will not he geneiallv read, but discussion of it by the newspa pers will familiarize the reading public with those features which are of interest and imj porta nee. It has been careful ly prepared and as to forms of construction it takes a leading place in the public documents that have come from the pres ent administration. We go no further ill elucidation as to how much that is saying for it. It is well enough written, any how, to make it a pity that so much good composition should have so deep as it will imme diately go into.'' St. Louis, Dec. 4. The Re public (Democrat) says: "Pres ident McKlnley's message is of exceptional historic value as outlining, at the dawn of a new century, the policy of...

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. — 6 December 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Kditor. U. V. HIXSON, City Editor. Christmas next. TERMS $1,00 P,;R YEAR Entered at the pout office at Monroe City, Mo. as second-class matter. THURSDAY, DEC. , 1900 t Get a library ticket. .1. .1. B.'OWII says pay up. .1. .). Brown wantn money. Stand by your own town. Money .7. J, Brown Money. J. J. Drown wants to see you. J. J. Drown has moved to his new office. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hungry. Have your machines repaired by J. D. Bristow.' Now is time to enroll on the Dkmocuat's list. The largest 5 cts. Tablet at RANEY fc Sai:nilks Get your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell & Son to day The best buggy Paint go to RANEY& SAUNDERS. borne in and pay us what you owe. Sharp & Donley. Collector J. T. Umstattd was ere from Paris Friday. Your account or note is due. j J. J. Bkown. Lancaster is to have works. water Give the boy plenty ol chances to become a man. - PRIVATE X Center boas...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 December 1900

Prospective Legislation. The State Tribune last week contained the views of the members-eleet of the Forty first general assembly regard ing what legislation they deem of most importance tor tlie con sideration of the next legisla ture, and the following isa sum mary of the legislators' opinion as made by that paper: "The approaching session of the general assembly is most important from many view points. The Fortieth general assembly, while it enacted a number of laws that redound to the credit and interest of the state, had some shortcomings that it were hardly wise to de fenii. The democrats ot the state look to the present legis lature to correct, so tar as is in its power, some of the mistakes of the last. The letters from the legisla tors show one thing, and that is that a majority of the members of the Forty-first general as sembly think Luul corporation franchises are not bearing a just proportion of the burdens of taxation. It is according! plain from the communications tha...

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. — 6 December 1900

THE DEMOCRAT The Filipinos are of right i rot' and unit- i m 1 1 1 people. rt. J. ROUSE, Editor. F. R1XSON. citv Editor. reRMs $1.00 PKH YKAK Take tile tariff from all arti clfs manufactured or controlled by the trusts. Est fed iii the poal ofllcf m Wonm city. m. n MJCOOdmlftll miittrr. THURSDAY DEC. r.00 Perhaps the country la pros peroua but somehow or other many people who usually have money are a little shy just now when we ash for what is due us. It takes hustling even these times. to keep One tliiuj message Is ; SUI e the pr Ions enough isidents No one trusts are will d . n y prosperous. lllllt the! Gov. Dockery during the Campaign invited Joe Flory to look over the books a t Jetl'erson City. Wili Mr. Plory accept the invitation and look over the books to sec what had become of the school fund? As a good citizen he should do soandaf ter he has examined the books he should tell the people just how he tound things. If the Democrats have been Stealing Joe Plory should be in posit...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 December 1900

Dr. Kitchey makes a speciali ty of Eye. Ear. Nose and Chest diseases. Try Caldwell & Son's oysters. Now is a good time to pay your subscription. Ask your friends to subscribe for the Democrat. Prank V. McAllister wai here from Paris Tuesday. Oysters served any style at Caldwell fe Son's restaurant. Oysters at Caldwell & Son's restaurant. Raney & Saunders for School Books and School Supplies. See advertisement of the big sale of S. .). Melsou next Wed nesday. For lunch or full meal try Caldwell's and you will be pleased. The largest assortment of School Tablets and School BUp lies at Ra ney A- Saunders. The finest line of Tablets Envelopes to match. Raney & Saunders. Before buying your holiday goods read what our advertisers have to say. The Democrat has use for several of those IT cent U. S. silver dollars that are due. School Books School Books School Books School Books. Raney A Saunders. H. M. Clark bough several head of thoroughbred Short horn cattle at the S. P. ...

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

The Absence of Autlm. Short Story of the Day. "And your son', from this old chamber Missed la fifty little things. " Owen Meredith. and helped himself to more j bis curiosity aroused. t0a,t j "Over to Aunt Helena's, on "Agatha shall go if she the South Side De Villiers h-r last name is." "Not from Orleans?'" Quickly. as the would a few It is from Helena." Mrs. ,r dell laid down the letter and twirled her pince nex between Iter taper linger tips. "She wants Agatha to pay her i visit." "AgatUa!" exclaimed May in astonishment. "What does she want with Agatha?" May was the beauty of the family. "She does not speak a word of French or Spanish!" declared Ida. who had gone in for the languages. 'Nor ing a note!" cried Grace, whose voice was her particular pride. And the three, in quite honest ignorance of the ill-breeding their amaze nu nt implied, stared across the table at Agatha. Her mild lit tle mother looked at her. too, but with covert tenderness. Her father lifted his gentle, absent...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 December 1900

At the parsonage of" $jte Methodist Church of Monroe City, Thursday Thanksgiving morning Nov. 29, 1900. Last night we had a very large pray er meeting. The house was pack ed and a happy religious feel ing prevailed the Assembly. I announced our protracted meeting to begin Dec. 80, out lined our plans, stated all our services would look to that oc casion and urged them to make special preparation for it. We 'had a devout fervent prayer service.. At the close, one of my flock, asked for a private in terview and as the Study was filled with people, led the way to the parsonage. When lo! there upon ihe view of the unsuspecting preacher such an array of good things on the front porch as had never been seen there during his oc cupancy. While he stood in open mouth amazement the whole prayer meeting crowd came trooping in and then an account of stoclc. Flour, pota toes both irish and native, ap ples (think of that with pre vailing prices) canned fruit of all kinds, jelly, towels, coffee, s...

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

w zimwm '. "VAS is not only coming but SlT l nearly here and B. O. WOOD ! the "OLD RELIABLE" commenced 3 wyr' yesterday to open up the largest and best selected stock of t & CHRISTiyiflS GOODS Jj& k" ever brought to this cify, Remcnv jfcK ' If B, O, WOOD j The Old Reliable For Cloaks and all classes of Fashionable Capes g Wraps Go to W. V, Carson L Co, They have the Latest in Fabrics and Style and when it comes to prices, well, you can find what you arc looking for. One word, wc dont own the Dress Goods Factories but can sell you the pretties patterns exceedingly cheap. 9 CARSON k CO BOY YOUR GOODS HEAP You can do this when you buy from R. Manning Walker, Montgomery & Ward or Sears & Roebuck cannot save you any more money than I can. Come and try me. Hardware, Stoves, Tinware anfl Guns. A New Outburst of Folly. The Globe Democrat is deter mined to fight Missouri in every mean and slanderous way. It says Illinois lias increased in population and wealth much faster tha...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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