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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

; Co. O. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXCXXXXXXXXXSOSWXXXXXXXXXXXXXX . JSC THE X 2Qf MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT I si K :s i li 8 IS x X 5 DECEMBER THIRTEENTH, NINETEEN HUNDRED, CHRISTMAS NUMBER,

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. — 13 December 1900

DK A U.OLD.SANTA.CLAI S- We are pleased to inform you that we have been to the markets (Chicago and St. Louis) and having bought largely, we are now enabled to supply your wants for this part of the country, We have nice presents for all. be they rich or poor, big or small. 'old or young, fat or lean, any size or shape, to tell the truth we are here to sell you your Christmas Presents. In case that you are in need of anything in the drug due, our stock is complete and up-to-date. We are making close prices ort Wall paper, as the paper hangers are not run over with woik, it would not be a bad idea for you to have your house re-papered at this time. The largest stock of Cigars and Tobaccos in North Kast Missouri. This is an awful good time to buy paint for your house as all indications are that the prices will be higher next year. If you should desire to have a business or friendly talk with anyone in a distant town or city (at a nominal cost) come in. our long distance phone is in "c...

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. — 13 December 1900

THE MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Volume 13. Monroe City, Missouri, Thursday, December 13. 1900. Number 36. Christmas In America, 1 xxxxxxxxx xxx x i 4 I HOME FOLKS, If Christmas is peculiarly the festival of joy, the day when the gladness of th deliverance in which every Christian be lieves is expressed, tbe Ameri can people have certainly done well in continuing the festival where its celebration is native to them and reviving it where it had become obsolete. The whole human race, and par ticularly the youthful part of it, is fairly entitled to a good deal of merrvmaking. Wholesome iun helps to form a wellroand ed character to build up a complete man or woman and to this extent is the handmaid en of religion itself. Our own American people have rightfully iuherited a good deal of fun. Tbe English peo ple, who supplied the first im portant ingredient in our na tional compound, were perhaps a little too jovial. At all events the settlers of New Eng land found it necessary to be somewhat und...

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 December 1900

I Childrens' Letters to Santa Glaus. b t ib Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me for Christinas a little liorse and cart that when it go it jumps whip knife set ring ship and some little soldiers cannon i have been A good boy With love William Bull Fairyland Mo. Nov. 26, 1900. Mr. Santa Claus. Dear Santa: please bring me a bracelet, and a story boolr. and bring mamma, and papa, and my teacher, and all my school -mates, something nice. I am ten yeai s of age. Your III tie friend. Bland e llansdell. B Monroe City. Mo, Dec. 8. 1900 Dear Santa Claus. lam a little girl 4 years old If you please you may bring me a nice doll, and buggy, a dress some candy and nuts. Nettie Mudd. P. S My sock will be hang ing on the chair post by my bed. m Monroe Cily mc Dear santa Claus I am a little girl eight years old I live i.ine miles north west of monroe city in inarion county I want tor Xmas a doll that will go to sleep a set of dishes, ta ble, candy, nuts, and oranges. I hope you will not forget my sis...

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 December 1900

MM a: old a; SANTA CLAUS X NEVER FORGETS THE X VARIETY X STORE. i HE IS COMING. DEAR OLD SANTA. BEST AND a; x CHEAPEST Mamma ;.nd Papa say it don't seem very long to them, but I think K it has been a long time since you were here and I do wish you would hurry back. jj I am so glad you left your nice Toys and Play Things at the Variety 11 fttcre for mamma and papa always go there to trade. They say Jf everything is just as good and cheaper than anywhere; else. I know. J you won't forget little brother, sister, or myself for we never do K forget you. S5 A AV III & VWI ' VMI 1VVIV IVliVlj Bryan on Civilization. "I have my idea of what civilization should mean. I want to see if it is your idea. Some people say that we Demo crats are enemies of property. It is not true. I have a home. I hope I may some time have a better one. I would that every head of a family had a home, and the better the home the happier would I be. "I want property to be the reward of Industry, and I want ever c...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmwmmwmmwmmmmmwmnwff There is a Right Time for all Things. 1 This is the right time and we have the things 3 CLOAKS, WRAPS, FURS AND LOW PRICES. Listen! We are offering the Best Values ever attempted in the 31 Cloak and Fur Business. 3 Cloaks and Furs at Your Price. r Come Now And flake Your Selection. "3 W. V, LARSON 4 CO. I Dry Goods, Carpet and Cloak House. 3 A STRONG RN DOliSMBNT school. paring the Sunday School les- J. H. Rifpe, L.P.Smith, Scieiuihc Dept. sons. Mrs. S. M. Brown. Pastor Grace Baptist Church. What Prominet People Hay on Hih school. I have used the Nave's Topi- This certifies that I Lave ex Nave's Topical Bible. P. C. Stepp. Judge Circuit cal Bible for some months and amined Nave's Topical Bible The following is what some Court. it is well adopted for the use and that I regard it as an in. prominent citizens of Trenton. C.D.Morris, editor Tribune. or wu'cn was Intended. It valuable work to any one inter- Mo., Dr. Deal s home, say of H A rjuboc Rector...

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

BOULWARES SHOE STORE The Largest Stock, The Very Best Qualities, The Lowest Prices, The Latest Styles, Ladles and Misses Shoes, Men's and Boy's Shoes, Rubber Boots, Felt Boots, Overshoes, Sandals, Leggins. "Giesecke" and "Selz" Boots. We Will Appreciate Your Shoe Trade. A. BOULWARE & SON. It makes Bible study easy, and in my opinion, would be a val uable addition to the library of any person interested in pood literature. One has only to give the book a careful exami tion in order to be convinced tliat it ranks among the great est works in print at the pres ent time. R. S. Nichols. Supt Schools, Monroe City. It give me no little pleasure to heartily recommend Nave's Topical Bible. In this busy age it comes as a boon to the man who thinks he has not the time to make a thorough study of God's Word. One has only to glance at such a work to be convinced that it is of incalcu lable value. One who wants to understand the Holy Scripture could not make a better invest ment. I unhesitati...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

R Tovs. Dolls Q 17 in kid body bisque dolls resr 50e quality at Mo. U in. kid body bisque head closing fl eyes 25c. Natural long curly hair jointed doll 2Ty worth 40c. China dolls from 4 to 50c. Doll baby carriages 22 in. at 50c. WToy Iron trains from 25 to 50c. Toy Iron stoves 10c. Toy pistols ric. Fire crackers 5cpkgc. Albums, work boxes, cuff and collar boxes, handkerchief boxes. Albums from 50c to $11.50. Work boxes from 25c to $2.50 Smoking sets from 75c to $1.50. Collar and cufl boxes 50c to $1.75. Glove handkerchief sets 50c to $1.25. China and Glassware China cups and saucers from 5 to 75c. Oat meal bowls 10 and 15c worth 25c. Rose bowls the "10c kind at 20c China plates 10 15 and 20c. Glass bowls and pitchers 15 to 50c. Ladies kid gloves good quality at 75c. Ladies genuine Foster patent $i.00 Large Line Handkerchiefs Initial handkerchiefs from 8 to 25c. 75c all linen bleached towels large size 65c. Bleached table linen table cloth 50 to 75c. White bed qr.ilti from 50to$1.50...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

TAKE PAINS. In Selecting Xmas Presents. Buy something that is useful as well as orna mental To do this go to A, Jaeger's where you will find a large and well selected stoek of HOLIDAY GOODS, Remember we are headquarters for all kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Sewing Machines, Guns Ammunition, Etc. JMGER I THE LEASE 4& r -p 318 calm Place Dear Santa Glaus i wood like for you to briwns me a train and cars, air gun a watch, do you give big boys things if you do maby one of them wood like to have a bycicle yours truly Paul Green ill3 calm Place i am 7 Colorado springs I am 7 years old. Dear Santa Glaus: I will let you know through the precious columns of the Democrat, what I would like for Christmas. It is a pair of skates and a knife. Remember the poor children. I will close wishing you a merry Christinas and a prosperous New Year. Leo Boarman, Monroe City Mo at Dec 5. 1900 Dear Santa Glaus. Kind friend I take the pleas ure of dropping you a few lines asking you to please bring...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

tutc wrcrrve a tt"tt a rnnrMC STAPLE : FANCY GROCERIES For your Christmas Dinner get everything at Sharp & Don ley's. Tropical Fruits, Nuts and Confections. The richest of Fresh Meats Of Every Description, Hours butchered on short notice for reasonable terms. Come one, ome all to Sharp & Donley's. Monroe city Mo 12 8 1900 Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl six years old and am going to write you a note and put it in the paper. I'll write it large so you can see. no matter If its wasted. I'd like a doll, a nice new Cloak, an umbrella, Ring, some oranges, nuts, and candy, some gifts to the poor, I would like you to give to make them happy Christmas day. you see dear santa I want so many things and my stockings are soawruwy little they wont hold enough for me so ill just borrow mam mas and I want you to surely remember to fill my order or near as you can and when you come you'll find our door un locked my bedroom on the right, your little friend Hazel Irene Ragland. m Monroe C...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

I MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES REAL ESTATE HANDLED! i AT LOW COMMISSIONS, h I NODE GREEN, W. ). Foreman spent yester day In Palmyra with friends. Dr. A. W. Ely's horse from some cause choked to dith Tuesday night. .1 1'. Hays was a business visitor in Hannibal yesterday. Gerard Lyle, of St. Louis, w.is in the :ity yesterday with old friends. Alter ft pleasant visit with the hoinefolk, C. E. Wood and wife left yesterday for their home in Macomb, 111. I must have mv J money J RltOWN. Please pay me now. J. J. BllOWN. Anderson & Patterson have plenty ol fine potatoes. The W. C. T. U. ladies with Mrs. M. A Talbot Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. M'ss meet next Mamie Ford has quite ill with LaGrippe. some better. heeu but is Mrs. D. D. Melson and her mother, Mrs. P. R. Strong, three weekg. spent the day yesterday in Han nibal with relatives. Mrs. John L. Evans and daughter. Miss Maude, left for St. Louis Tuesday and expect iu icuidin i ere som t-om - Lester Hatch , of Cliillicothe, soti of liev...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

Roe City Zouri. Dec. 71900. De.irS.mty Tause: Pease bing me a whip wid a whittle on the end, some tany. and two takes die win dnm wid a nickel to pay for it. I want tome big pants 10 I be bi boy. Iam a dood boy when I am a sleep. Your little friend. Jesse Roper Greene 6G;") Jackson ave Helen See My dear Santa claus will yon briny me a do'l and a buggy I am in first reader. Santa claus. please remember my name is Helen See I have lots of brothers and sisters I no how to dance and I have lots of yood times up here. in Chicago I am seven years old Hunnewell Mo Nov 25 1900 Dear Santa 1 am seven years old I am go ing to school I will tell you what f would like to have for Christ mas I want Candy & Nuts I want an air rifle so I can siioot some Rabbits In-fore McKinley gets all of them so good Night Our Stars & Stripes are tadeing fast the Blue is yetting dim Mark Manner is in the Push and McKinley is in the swim Your Freud Loyd H. Ragland. Hunnewell, Mo. Nov, 25 1900 Dear santa cl...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

aimmmwmwnfmmwmfnwmmmmmnmmmmmmmwmmwwmwmifi I IT IS TIME TO PURCHASE I Your Winter Dry Goods, Cloaks, Clothing and things that make 3 pE life worth living. 3 E It is time for you to purchase your 3 1 Christmas Presents 1 g: Before the rush and while the stock of Fancy Articles suitable for EE that puepose is Complete. The place to find them at thellLowest 3 P 3 Prices is at -2 North 3 Main St 3 I J. B. ANDERSON'S, The largest 5 cts. Tablet at Oysters served any style at Dr. Ritchey inika? a spac ial Money J. J. Brown Money. Raney & Saundlrs. Caldwell A Son's restaurant. ty of Eye, Ear. Nose and Chest " Miss Mary Bick. of Clapper. Oysters at Caldwell & Son's diseases. Try CaldweHSon oysters. was in the city with friends restaurant. J. J. Brown has moved to his part of the week. , Hogs killed for you by new office. Raney & Saunders for School Sharp and Donley. Prank Tipton, the genial edi- Books and School Supplies. Dollar Boards at the Ever 5l,be2 Sunday m bJSST' Por ,unch ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. For Life Insurance. See C. O. Mayes. For Accident C. O. Mayes. Insurance. Bee TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR Entered mthe pot office at Monroe City, as nccond-claas matter. Mo. THURSDAY, DEC. 13, 1900 H. Levy spent Tuesday in St. Louis purchasing goods for his mammoth clothing house. J. C. Pyles was here from S-lJ Charles the latter part of last week. Clu istlllll.t ! ('tiers. This week the Demockat is the child i en's edition. There are In it many blight sparkling letters and when yon read them yon ;m readily see that they were written by children. Thev are indeed creditable to the writers The majority of the letters are written on the Ver tide system and many are ex cellent specimens of penman ship T!ie letters have not been changed in '.lie office but the punctuation, capitalization, diet ion are as written In this way they are valuable as they give the ideas as expressed by the children and u'tve all a fair chance to win the pt ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

Money To Loan Jn Farm Lands Abstracts Furnished to all Lands in Monro: and Rail; Counties- Conveyances of all kinds and Wills drawn in the most accurate manner, Fire Insurance written o 1 7jj.mi md Town Property at the Lowest Rates. Notwith' standing the withdrawal of eastern and foreign maniy from the state, I have a large amount of private money to loan on Improved Farm Lmds at Lowest Rates and B:st Terms to b: had. To save money and for fair and honest treatment, call on W. W. LONGMIRE, Meyers. I am in my new office North William Meyers, of near In- across the street from ray Lum dian Creek, who was seriously injured by a wood saw some two weeks since, died at 7 MO a. m. yesterday. Funeral services will be conducted some time to-day at St. Stephens church by Rev. Fr. Lyon. Since the terrible accident the family lias her Office. J. J. Brown. If you would have an appetite like a bear ami a relish for your meals take Chamberlain's Stomache anu Liver Tablets. They correct disorders o...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

ililm hi iWM lli Cute as The Cutest Pretty as The Prettiest Is the lovely line of goods. To find j.ist what you want you must go where there is aJJLarge and Well Selected Stock and then you will find something for Mother, Wife, Husband Daughter Brother or Sweetheart. Remember the place. B. O. WOOD, The Old Reliable Drug House. Correspondence. CoopersvlUe. J. T. Spalding, wife and little son. Wilfred, of Indian Creek, spent Tues day with Mrs. Spalding's brother, W, J. McLeod and family. Miv. Howe, of Monroe, is visiting her son and family. H. I. Lear. Die1' Gosney and family, of near Hunnewell, spent Sunday with Will Gosney and family. J. S. Buckman and family, of Indian Creek, spent Wednesday with the family of his sister Mrs. W. J. McLeod, Isadore Thomas, of Ralls Co., is visiting hiB brother, Frank Thomas and family. FT. I. Lear, wife and littledaughters, Lillle and Gladis. spent Sunday with Mrs. Lear's parents, Mr. Kberly and wife. Miss Josie McLeod spent last week with her grand...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

A Few Days Before Xmas. .1 If it didn't, my dear, look like J mocking, OA thing which I never abet, I should like much to hang up a ' stocking ThiB Christmas, to see what I'd get. And obstacles etubborqly bloou: Not even Saint Nick and his reind.vr Could get that gift into toy sock. So. tho' my request may be shocking, A foct whtch compels me to grievu, I must ask you to lend mo your stor ing To hang in my room Christmas Eve. love, and don't Spme people love presents expensive, JAke "mobiles" and diamond ring?, Hut to me gifts like those are offensive I care nothing at all for suchthings. )0nt frown, I have got my mind's eye on one indignant present, When I say that I hope Santa Clau w-mr T .1 1 111 I. . wnicn i scarcely uiwe nupu wui uv Wlli tm8 Christmas be mine; It is something exceedingly pleasant, White, brilliant and round and divine! Onceseen, none can help but admire it In a sort of ecstaticized flame, I haven't the right to desire it, ' Yet 1 longingly yearn just the same. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

teaching VKittaR School Dr. J. C. Whitten. of the Slate Agricultural College, and I ifMnt Nov. 2188 visiting ami inspecting schools and addressing audiences at night at Santa Fe, Perry and Laddonia. We saw 6even schools in Audrain, six in Monroe and four ;n Ralls. Considering the condition of the house, the school room ar rangements, the attitude of pupils to the school, the mani fested interests in the school on part of patrons and the devot ion of the teacher to the work there was one school that should be classed as excellent: others may be called good and some fair. There is not a modern school house in the number; a majority are fairly comfortable only; few are in viting and conductive to pride in the school. The cleanliness of the floor, the comfortableness of the seating and the character personal work in natureand of the work were usually in ood literature, keeping with each other. 3 More money put into The following facts were supplementary books and less noted :t largest e...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

r Unique! Then What? SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW Xmas Goods in the Latest Styles. The Prettiest Novelties ever brought to the city will be found at Fitzpatrick's. It is a class of goods that will p'ease your MOTHER, WIFE cr DAUGHTER, and best of all will TICKLE YOUR GIRL. 01 course you know that the same place keeps all kinds of First Class Toilet Goods as well as handling the purest of Drugs and compounds prescriptions on short notice. J. J. FITZPATRICK. The World's Best Orations. From the Earliest Period to the Present 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. F. P. KAISER, Publisher St. Louis, Mo AGENTS WANTED a: private x HOSPITAL. For Surgical Cas...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 December 1900

Children's Letters to Santa Claus, Shiel. Mo. Dec. 3. 1900. Dear Santa Claus. I am a little girl ten years old. 1 will tell you what I want Christmas I want a big doll a rocking chair and fire crackers and some caudy and nuts please be sure and bring them. yours truly Cammie Grealhouse Monroe City. Mo. Nov 28. 1900. Dear Santa Clause. Iam little 7 yrs old girl. I will write and tell Santa what I want for Christmas. Please bring Me a i big china doll, and candy and nuts, remember all of the other little Children. Garnet Rruse. Pans Mo. Nov. 30. 1900. Dnar Santa Claun, I will tell you what I want for Christmas Please bring me a doll and a doll bed and a ring and a thimble Mamama says that I want a good many of present. I am to.sicU to go to school. I have not been to school since last Thursday. I am seven years old. good by. Ruby Umstattd. Monroe City Mo Nov 29 1900, Dear Santas Ely, Mo., Nov. 3. 1900. Dear Santy I will write you a few lines to let you know what I would like to have f...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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