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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 January 1901

LOCAL ITEMS, Rev. I. W. Read, spent Thurs day with Kirksville friends. Thursday Ed WorTand, of Shelbina bought a good gray horse of Thomas Yates. Dr . Mussallem, of Paris, spent Sunday in this city with friends. Peter Werner lias remodeled his tailoring establishment by enlarging the work room. John W. Wbite has been pending the past ten days with lelatives at Ottowalll , Chauncy Brackley, of Shiel, was a business visitor in the city Monday. Ashby Nickles, ofSt Louis, was in the city Saturday with old friends. Mrs, Joseph Morrison, of Shelbina, has been the guest of her friend Mrs Anna Sevier. The Loyal Temperance Le gion will meet next Sunday at Christian Church at '.) p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Bob C. Piersol j spent Sunday in the Saccharine village with Mrs. Piersol's kins people. Lewis Lear, of Kansas City, spent Saturday and Sunday in the city with his brother. Col. R. E. Lear. Mr. and Mrs. J. B Settle spent the latter part of last week with their friend, L. J. Hawkins, near Lakenan. U...

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. — 17 January 1901

Tour Feet On The Fender " I Dr. Oliver Wendell Holme' deii- unteered to tell. "And she?" I liesitated over nlUoa of hftpplimi: Notmany moBtbtUbi ii)(uiry remembering what before hli death he hrM sadly; '-only I t . ,, lllil I I I 1 I I Ul Ml. Ill II UH3 UU II. IH two feel now on the fender. The lira on the hoArth It all trlowlnjr. "A lij;lit ii the window for thee." There is one who looks for my (joining. Who is "watching and waiting foi Mil'. 1 ' (). joy of earth tin- most precious! Th'1 ! 'in iititfel ireenee of liomi1 It beeide mi' in the tweet gloaming) As unto my boMt!Mt I comi'. "Pour feci on tlw fender' Our i'ii)) is full of life's nectar i Ami we th and the loar Father above j Ai we sit "four fiH-t on the fender.' in the oneness of heart'" perfect love. So near our souls are together, They meet ami mingle a one, In this holy ami tender communion. The love feast I keep with my own. i "Four feet on the fender." Alone I sit by the fireside, No hand lies softly in mine. No eyea ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 January 1901

City Directory. Gil II full Ml 1st. BAPTIST Preaching every Sun morning and evening Sunday school at 9:45. B. Y. P. U. ::i0 p. m. Sunday. Prayer meeting Wed nesday ever ing Deacons meeting at 2 p. m. the last Sunday in each month. I. H. Reed, Pastor. GRACE BAPTIST At I. O. O. F. hall. Preaching every Sunday 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. B Y. P. U. 5:16. Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 7. .'10 p. m.. Business meetipg Wednesday night nfu?r 1st Sunday at 7:.I0 p. m. Choir practice every Saturday at 7:.t0 p. in. W. M. U. Devotional Meeting Friday after 2nd Sunday at 2:.'W p. in. Sunbeam S. Devotional meeting Saturday after 2nd Sunday at 2:30 p.m. J. Hi Rlffe, Pastor. CHRISTIAN Services eveiy Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Sun day school at 7. Y. P. S. C. K. meeting at 2 p. m. SuDday. R. B. Briney, pastor. -M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday school at 9:30. Epworth League at 6:30 Jr. Epworth Leag...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 January 1901

Correspondence. Indian Creek "Hullo" good ra ads. Kr. Lyons spent last week in St. Lottis. Many families of this community are suffering with LaGripRt. Oall Spauldlog lias resigned his posit ..i a- olerk with Corley h Bike. Misses Mm MeAllllter ami Fannie Finks have been visiting friendH here the past few days. About twenty couple of young folks spent a very pleasant evening, last Friday at Kd IrinaiK. Miss Mush Hagan is spending the week with her parents. George Smith left last week to at tended Mrs. Kliza Meyers sale last week. I '.very tiling sold at a good price. Sluep at H.!0 per head. Unbrokc mules from 1126.00 to 1186.00 per span. Elbert Yates and Dixon McLeod spent the flrtt of the week visiting friends in New Franklin Mo. oopcrsv illc Bert Windle, of Macon City is visiting his aunt Mrs. Handley and family. Joe Ryan is spending the week with his parents John ltyan and wife. D. K. Yowell, of Monroe spent Sun day with W. J. McLeod. George Burns and sou John made a Hying trip t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 January 1901

o fa fry J 4, Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 190I. NO. 42 J. W. Carlisle. John Wesley Carlisle was born in St. Johnstown, Sussex Co.. Delaware, January 5J0, 1818. He was converted and joined the Methodist church at the age of 14. He was prominent in church work till affliction prevented him. He always at tended church when able and was a lover of his Bible and church paper till his eye sight failed. Even though a great sufferer for the last five years, yet during that time he found great comfort in singing Jesus Lover of ray Soul, Rock of Ages, Oh When Shall I See Jesus, and other songs of a like character. He moved to Missouri in the fall of 1H69 and located in this County south of Hunnewell, then moved to Marion County where he resided till the spring of 188;, when he moved to this place and resided here since that time. He was married to Sarah Richardson April 10, 1849 and to this union were born 10 chil dren. His wife and two children...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 January 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. .1. ROUSE, Kditor. H. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1,00 PER YEAR Entered at the pout office at Monroe City, a second-class matter. Mo. THURSDAY. JAN. 24, 1901 Dr. It ii I 3 n bK8 a s-j tcial tjr of Eye. Bar, Nose and Chest diseases. Try the Democrat a year. Oysters served any style at Caldwell & Son's restaurant. Rev. Fr. Shiel. of Sliiel was a visited in he city Friday. Major R B Bristow was at tending to legal business in the Bluff City Friday. Buckman Bros, have sold forty head of mules to J. T. Rowland, at $105,00 per head. The School Board, of the Cooper school has installed Prof. Foreman as teacher. Mrs. Eva Byland, spent the 1 latter part of last week with friends in Hannibal. Oysters at restaurant. Caldwell & Son's By , Washing Save Your Hack using Maple City Soap it does Self the work with half the labor. We need our money. A BOULWARE & on Now is time to enroll Democrat's list. Send news items to the DEM ockat. 'Phone 14. Dollar Boards ac heart...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 January 1901

Armament Not Necessary. I sometimes quote the United States of America, and I think in this matter of national de fense, they set us a very good example. Does anybody dare to attack that nation? There is not a more formidable power, in every sense of the word, al though you may take of France and Russia, than the United States of America; and there is not a statesman with a head on his shoulders who nes not know it, and yei the policy of the United States has been to keep a very small amount of armed force In existence. At the present moment, they have not a line-of-battle ship afloat, notwithstanding the vast ex tension of their commercial marine Richard Calden in a speecp delivered in 1850. Two Farms to trade for City prope rty Nouk Grbbm. Hawaiian leprosy, Cuban smallflpox and Filipino berri berri seem to be about all that we have gained from our colo nial policy thus far. Republic. Don' t Spoil Your Clothes. By using inferior soaps. Maple City Self Washing Soap is absolutely pur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 January 1901

THE DEMOCRAT w. J. ROUSE, Editor. U. t, RIXSON, city Editor. TERMS $1.00 PI-R YEAR lattftd el th pott office at Monroe City, ait tn'cort'l-rlam matter. Mo. THURSDAY. JAN. 24, 1101 ; The masses only ask for tice. Keep fighting for justice equal rights to all. ius- and A just law will not five any citizen or class any advantage over any other citizen or class. Some one should inform the Filipinos that Mr. Bryan lias not been elected. Give justice to the biff cor porations and to the people by passing such laws as will not permit either one to oppress the other, Democracy will continue tQ stand for the principles enunci ated in the Declaration of Inde pendence and re-iterated in the Kansas City platform. That law which makes it lawful for one man to injure his fehow citizens or take from labor the bread it has earned is not a good law, yet such a law is the robber tariff law now on the American statutes by the grace of our Republican friends. The great majority of people in the United ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 January 1901

LOCAL ITEMS. Miss Lucinda Carlisle, is. Visiting her brother John I Carlisle, at Sedalia. Judge Hawkins, of near War ren, brought in five wagon loads of good hogs Tuesday. Charles H. Smith, brakemnn on the Burlington, is spending the week at home. Dr. Salomen Owen, of Lincoln county, has been the guest of his kinsman, H. B. Mudd. Butler Yates is supremely happy. A fine boy has been given his daughter Mrs. Walter Hagan, of Kiowa Kan. Mrs. Aaron Nolen and children, of Paris are the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown. G. B. Anderson, one of the hustling farmers of near Goss was a business visitor in the city the first of the week. S. A. Woods has closed a deal for 320 acres of Adams county. 111., land with Mr. Gardner. Judge C. P. McCarty made a business visit to Palmyra Junction, thence to Palmyra Monday. Rev. Wiley J. Patrick, of Bowling Green, filled appoint ments at Bethlehem Saturday and Sunday. John Clawson, of Stoutsville, was visiting a particular friend in this city...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 January 1901

Why n Hook Keeper Married. By Wllion Thayer Stanley. The lotereitlng discussion carried on in the Book Keeper lately, as to "Why book-keeper do not marry," lias awaken ed in ine a desire to relate to you why I did not marry as a bookkeeper, and ifyoutindit worth publishing, go ahead. I hail passed the llower of my youth in the employ of a large manufacturing concern and had worked my way to the position of book keeper, when the trade combinations, or "trusts," be gan to he formed all over the country. For four y ears I was kept on the anxious seat, and then at the age of 28 1 found myself the recipient of a letter from the firm advising me that as the factory had been dispos ed of lo the trust there would be no necessity of commanding my services after the 15th, and that with regrets, good wishes, etc., they remained sincerely mine. "Beware the dog." I read mechanically, with a vague com prehension of its import, as a short time after this I passed before the carriage gate of an ele...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 January 1901

r City Director.. Chm-che 1st. BAPTIST Preaching every Sun morning and evening Sunday school at 9:45. B. Y. P. U. 8:30 p. ra. Sunday. Prayer meeting Wed- nesdayeverlng Deacons meeting at 2 p. m. the last Sunday in each month, t, H. Heed, Pastor. CRACK BAPTIST At I. O. O. P. hall. Preaching every Sunday 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. B Y. P. U. (1:15. Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 7. HO p. m.. Business meetipg Wednesday night after 1st Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Choir practice every Saturday at 7: MO p. ui. W. Mi U. Devotiohal Meeting Friday after Jnd Sunday at 2t80 p. in. Sunbeam s. Devotional meeting Saturday after 2nd Sunday ut -:.',J p. m. J. H. Biffe, Pastor. CHKISTIAN Services eveiy Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Sun day school at 7. Y. P. S. C. E. meeting at 2 p. m. Sunday. K. B. Brine.v, pastor. M. E. CHUUCH, SOUTH Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday school at 9:30. Epworth League at 6:30 Jr. Epworth League at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 January 1901

Correspondence. Indian Creek Items. Temperance eple should Hml a remedy for LaCrippe. It used to be "BOBMthlOg for snake hite' now Us For LAOrlppo" A jfood work horse belonging to Kred Mardest.v had his let; hroKn hy a kick from another horse. Riley Parions has purchased the "Kit" Hayden farm of 2U0 acres i" per acre Kiley will need a helpmate now to raise garden truck. Ned liagau, of LftddonU was buy ing mules in tills vicinity last week bought ioroe of Pee I lagan B. ;. Lawrence and Vint Spalding. Win. KleeholT and Jaw. T. Spald ing each have a ear load of fat cattle ready for market. Miss Fannie Borden is spending the winter with her aunt in Kansas City. Aubrey Spalding who has been at tending tbc Hunnewell high school, earae home sick Friday. Tom Buekman, late of California is very sick at his brother s, Buekman brothers. Miss Pernia Hays entertained some Of her young friends Thursday night it being her 16th birthday. Some of our young people enjoyed a nice social at Mrs. Mamie ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 January 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 13. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI THURSDAY, JANUARY 3I, 190I. NO. 43 It is a queer kind of a day when the Kentuckians donot raise a disagreeable oder. The latest comes from Louisville where the children dropped Afsome li,noerer cheese 011 the K'Stoves. Dr. P. S. Henson, dean of the fcaptist ministry of Chicago, I has denounced the University of Chicago and its president Dr. Harper, as a place where skepticism is manufactured and where o. thodoxy is over thrown. Missouri is somewhat like the feline that always lit op its feet. It turns out that the young man who thrashed thir sty (30) of the hazing cadets at I West Point was a Missouri boy and his name is John H. Parker of Sedalia, now Maj. J. H. Parker of the Thirty-ninth Regiment in the Philippines. Ely Phone. The Ely telephone line was completed Saturday and ?as ii excellent condition. It is more than probable that the line will be continued to Palmyra so 1 that burir may take a city 'breath of air over the wire...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 January 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUSE, Editor. R. V. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $I.OO PEK V EAR lotered m the poat office t Monroe City, Mo. an second-class matter. THURSDAY, JAN. 81, 1901 Dr. I-k i 1 1 lt rralit a f t c i n 1 tj of Eye. Ear. Nose and CI est diseases. Buy milk from T. TI. Ball. Try the Democrat a year. Oysters served any style at OaliivvelUv Son's restaurant. Ask your friends to subscribe the Democrat. We need our money. A BOULWARE & Son. Please call and pay your ac count Williamson & Bnr-r. Now is time to enroll on the DSmochat's list. Send news items to the Dem ocrat. 'Phone 14. Dollar Boards at the Ever heart Lumber Co. Hogs killed for you by Sharp and Donley. If you want a lunch go to Caldwell & Son's restaurant Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hungry. Dr. Hornback. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. Eye glasses adjusted by Dr. Ritchey guaranteed to fit or money returned. If you owe us an account, please pay same at once. A. Boulware & Son. We need ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 January 1901

Alnclanie Orand's Aphorisms Madame Sarah Grand lately consented to talk on the "Art of Happiness.-' Some of her aphorisms are worth keeping. There are minor pleasures whose effect is accumulative, and which make up a happy life. Even in choosing to be miser able, we are happy, -since there is happiness in every act of choice. Amongst women the desire to work is not so common that it should be discouraged. There is a great deal of dif ference between a copy and an imitation. The two great sourses of hap piness are health of body and strength of mind. In receipts for happiness, go&dness must always be the principal ingredient When people begin to be critical they cease to be pleas ant. Saturday Evening Post. Two Farms to trade for City property Node Green. Memphis Itoute Fast Train. The Southeastern Limited, leaving Kansas City daily at 0:30 p. m., enables passengers to reach Memphis at 8:00 a. m. Birmingnum at 3:55 p. m., Chat tanooga 8:45 p. m., Atlanta 10:35 p. m.. New Orleans ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 January 1901

THE DEMOCRAT w . .1 K. ft IfiRMS ROU8E, Editor. HIXSON, city Editor, not tell half t lie story, therefore liad better told none of it. Tt says Monroe City lias "a Hour- $1.00 PER VfcAR X Rtltand It tba iot ofllm t Monroe City, Mo, A imoiii1-c1hs mutter. THURSDAY. JAN. 1, 1001 OF ALL THE BULLS The 22nd. Annual Report Bureau of Labor Statistics of Missouri For 1900 is The Greatest. The 22nd annual report Bu reau of Labor Statistics is be fore us Alter examining the report as given of Monroe Coun ty, find it as faulty as the report for 1899 and believe that if the other counties of the state are as badly misrepresented as Monroe County is, it would be to the advantage of the State to abolish the board. Follow ing is a partial comparison of said report and things that ex ist. Hut you, at the same time must remember that the larger portion of the products of the county leave it through Paris. Madison, Stoutsville, Holliday, Hunuewell, Lakenan, Shelbina, Clarence and on the west the shipm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 January 1901

NEW SPRING Feburary 14th I day. St. Valeutine DRESS GOODS FOR Tailor Made Gowns and Pedestain Skirts Fabrics of the Newest Colorings- Weaves and Here Is An Idea Of some of the uew things we are showing that Stylish and Handsome that will make a smart tailor made Gown or Sltirt Lteyburn Mixtures, Vigoureux Whip Cords in Gray and Blue Mixtur.es, Pique Serges in Mode. Black and Brown. Home Spuns in New Shades and Gray Mix tures, Venetians and Coverts In New Affects, -Wheelman Suitings and Cheviots. Black Goods This line is unusnally strong this season including all the newest things as well as Staple Fabrics Ot toman PopMns, Melrose, Soliel. Drat Alma, Peau De Soie, S atin Burber, Secelin, Drat De Tete and Satin Venetians We have added to our Dress Goods Department a Perfect Machine for Sponging and Shrinking all Classes of Wool Goods, Your Dress Odd Pants cheap at WilLiamson it Bulls Charles Goetz, of Paris, was a business visitor in the city. Henry I. Lear was a business visitor in t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 January 1901

aii I mpetuoat Greeting Along a deserted country road one dark night in May. a soli tary wayfarer was leading disabled bicycle, He came to a place where two roads cross ed, .'t)d .iiis-d undecided. He glance I about in the gloom and Found tl at he was near a house. "I'll ante there," he said, and walking up to .the door, knock' ed boldly, Hard I) had lii knuckles left the panel, wlteii the door burst opi ii and a young person in a dark skirt and light waist hurl ed herself upon him. The force ol lie blow caused nim to sta ger backward, Involuntarily he clasped her close in his arms wiiile he regained his equilibri um, then he released her. Oh. oh, oh!" she gasped. "1 thought it was a May basket." Then, as suddenly as she had come, Hhe darted into the house and the door went to with a bang behind her. Tl e man picked up his bicy cle from the ground where he had laid it and went back to corneis. Mere he stood medi tating. He looked in all lour directions, then glanced at the house and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 January 1901

City Director.. ChurclieH A Poultry Pnper Free. Tlie Monroe City DEMOCRAT has made arrangement where t. BAPTIST-Preachin every Sun fa we sem, ..T,ip Western Poultry News-' one year free of charge to any person paying one year's subscription in ad Vfince Old subscribers who pay up and pay one year in ad vance can take advantage of this offer also. The Western Poultry News is a biff 16 page monthly chicken paper pub lished at Lincoln, Neb , and is ) morning and evening Sunday chool at 9:45. B. Y. l U. 6:80 p. m. Sunday. Prayer meeting Wed nesdayevertng Deacons meeting at 2 p. m. the last Sunday in each month. I. H. liecd. Pastor. GRACE BAPTIST At I. O. O. P. hall. Preaching every Sunday 11:00 n. m. and7:.'U) p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. B Y. P. U. 8iU Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 7.1 30 p. to.. Business meetlpg Wednesday night after 1st Sunday at 7:110 p. m. Choir practice every Saturday t7::iO p. in. W. M. IT. Devotiohal Meeting Friday after 2nd Sunday at 2:Ho p. in. Sunbeam 8...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 January 1901

I Correspondence. Coopers vtllc. J&tOM Mct'ormmlok, ofOttotis, ill., In visiting bl later, Mri. John White, Jot ityu.. iimJ Ollle Burdttt, ynx& last week at Simla Pe, Mo.. Principle Is Wron. The Kansas City Times has at last squarely lined up on the side 01 the Republicans in the railroad commissioner tight in the vain attempt to get its pet. who has been at the public teat for sixteen years, another office. It is no wonder that paper has trouble to secure enough cir a: THE RACKET. , I I Mrs. v. J. MoLeod ami daugutei Mirt .lusii-ami Mi-s May UW, IWHI ....1.. .;,,.,; Mlaannrl to lrM l(. ....i - . .... ... ... : i i l ead above water if it does not know the Democrats of Mis Friday with J, s. Buckmtin I family at Mourofl ami Attended the (urfer! of MiK Katie Ul'hnm. Mm. Llilte Potterneld. casta np from Kly Monday to 'Spend the week with hef parent JooSandifer.and wira, Ralph See and Harry Walton, spent Sunday with their friend Vernon Morthland, at Warren. Lawreuou Bono, Harve ...

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