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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 February 1901

r Monroe City Democrat. am, VOL. 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 190I. NO. 44 From Another Bachelor. To the Kdltor of the Post-Dispatch. In answer to "An Old Bach" I will state that I am another "Old Bach" and from long ex perience with charming, bloom ing widows and serapnic dam sels, have found that it is best: . , When you court a maiden be seldom ill 11' 1 riiii, But when you coirt a widow, be with her day and night. Visiting maidens too frequent ly causes them to think you are too easy to capture; that makes them more independent. But the more often you visit a wid ow, the better she likes it, in fact, they are liable to show a disposition to "isit a foreign courtry, that is, Lap land. Again: When you court a maiden, praise, commend and natter, But when you court a widow, paren thesis ( ) your arms and at her. Showing indifference toward women whom you admire makes them more determined to cap ture you. And nothing makes a. woman more jealous when she isatrying ...

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. — 7 February 1901

THF hFMOf DATi Eyeglasses adjusted by Dr. inC ULinUCKAl Rit. guaranteed to tit orT w. J. nousK, Editor. H. r'. HIXSON. City Kdit.u . TERMS $1.00 PER VfcAK Entered at tlic post office itt Monroe City, as second-i lass matter. Mo. THURSDAY, FEB. 1901 Dr. It. It lit y n al es ; r fecial ty of Eye, Ear, Nose and CI est diseases. Buy milk from T. If. Ball. Try the DEMOCRAT a year. Oysters served any style at Caldwell & Son's restaurant. Ask your friends to subscribe or the Democrat. We need our money. A. Boulware & Son. Please call and pay your ac count Williamson &, Bull money returtied. Oysters at Caldwell it Son's restaurant. A M. Finks and Harry Jarman are now contracting painters, paper hangers and decorator and ask for your trade. Get your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell & Son to-day For Sale. Fifty cords of good bla:k oak wood. VVm Humerwadle. Now is time to enroll on the Democrat's list. Send news items to the DEM ocRat. Phone 14. Dollar Boards heart Lumber Co. ...

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. — 7 February 1901

HE OPPOSE IMTKA.I. MVII, 1 1 An Ohio Postmaster Enters an Original Protest. Two Farms to trade for City property Nook ORBBN. The institution of rural de livery of mail by the postoftice authorities has had champions pro and con. No remonstrance equals in uniqueness and orgin ality the following letter from an Ohio postmaster; North Salem, guernsey Count, Ohio, Dec. the 22, A D. 1900 Tc the Honorable Posie master general in Chief, Washing, D. G.s Dear Sir: Your Honor Please I having hurd that you Was Agoing to Brake up all of the 4 Class Posteoftices By Starting Rural Male Detitiery Stations or Better Named By Starting male Mulder and theft Routes for that is just What. t Will Result in A Perfect Mar orderinsr Scheme male Robing Will very soon Become as com mon as hen eggs you Will here of it every day Some Where on Some of the male Routs but go Ahead and make the think a general thing and then see What tihe Next orgizination Will Be. Se if it dont Be A Robers organization to Rob the...

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. — 7 February 1901

THE DEMOCRAT V. .1 R, TERMS ROU8E, Editor. BIX SON, City Bdltor. $I.OO PER YEAR Entered at lb pct office t Monroe City, UK oeeonrl-rlass matter. Mo. THURSDAY. FEB. 1901 America lias a William of Canton, but tliank the Lord. England is a little bit a liead up to date. The English in distributing high sounding but employ titles has made the Emperor of Germany a British Field Martha). Could foil1 go further? Kolla Wells will be a candi date before the Denocratic Con vention Feb.iiiS for mavor of I , St. Louis. He is a business ! ! man, a home owner and will make a tight for good govern ment, good streets and a great i worlds fair. Missouri Demo 1 crat. IT IS ALL OVER NOW! JSC JSC The Brookfleld Budget says of the ministers of that town. When IJrookfield ministers start out to do something they like Carrie Nations do it." Prof. Pinklin. principal of the schools, has been attending the Fortnightly Club and dancing lias been called down by the Ministerial Alliance. His re ply is: "I never...

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. — 7 February 1901

SILK SALE LOCAL ITEMS. The opening of JN0.J. ROGERS Twentieth Century Silks, Just since the early part of the week our silk department has burst into Summer Bloom. The exquisite freshness and newness is I captivating, styles are the very latest and $ their fascination is in the air. X Some of the Newest are Foulards. Silk Grenediens In Persian - and plain Embroideried Taffetas. Fancy Stripes in the Spring Shades. Liberty Silks and. Satins in all New Pastel Shades, Taffetas and China Silks, Black Silks. Satin Duchesse, Peau de Soie, Armure. Taffetta, Gloria and Liberty Satin, Good cow and calf for sale. Jno. J Rogers. Fifteen couple had a pleasant dance Friday night at Mr. Mar phy's. 4 miles west of the city. The Burlington has a large I force of men putting in tile cul i ci is east of this city. Miss Bessie Fowler, of Hun newell, has been the guest of her friend, Miss Delia Johnson. J. M. night ! Texas Johnson, left Monday for different points m The P. K. O. society will meet with M...

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. — 7 February 1901

Two Covers of Mia. It was hard to decide between them -at least Lila thought so. ; She found both charming in ' sucii opposite, such contrasting ways. It was Max Clarendon, nor father's private secretary, who had leen sent to bi Ing her home the day she graduated. Like a true women the opinion of other women Influenced her. 'He isn't really handsome," her companion bad declared. He is too angular and just a little awkward." Then there's his hair He ought to wear that long or at lenst as Irving wears his it he is really a poet.,' For Max Clarendon had pub lished some really remarkable verse In the leading magazines. O, he isn't to be compared to your father's partner Burton Dildine!" decided Li la's bosom friend. "He isso big aud broad he has such a laokof bravery. And it's plain to be seen he adores you. Llla!" But Lila only laughed and said that all this talk was non sense. She declared she was a girl who was wise only in the knowledge of how ignorant she really was. And that she w...

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. — 7 February 1901

City Director. Churches 1st. BAPTIST Preaching every. Sun morning and evening Sunday school at 9:45. B. Y. P. U. 6l80 p. m. Sunday. Prayer meeting Wed nesday evering Deacons meeting at 2 p. m. the last Sunday in each month. I. Hi Heed, Pastor. GRACE BAPTIST At I. O. O. F. hall. Preaching every Sunday 11:00 a. m. and 7:1)0 p. m. Sunday school !):45 a. m. B Y. P. U. i:ir. Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 7. HO p. m.. Business meetipg Wednesday night nfter 1st Sunday at 7:30 p. in. Choir practice every Saturday at 7:30 p. m. W. M. U. Devotional Meeting Friday after 2nd Sunday at i:'W p, in. Sunbeam S. Devotional meeting Saturday after 2nd Sunday at 2::io p. in. J. H. Ulffe, 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. E. meeting at 2 p. m. Sunday. Ii. B. Briney, pastor. M. E. CHUBCH, SOUTH Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday school at 9:30. Epworth League at 6:30 Jr. Epworth League at 2...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 February 1901

Correspondence. X THE X Coopcraville Mis Allen, of l'hilaielp ha in visit ing her friend Mrs Clarence Colv'erti Mrs V. J. Mcleod and daughter Miss Josie. vltlted their Uncles the Uucktnan brothers Tuesday, and also Mrs Hardest' and family. George Colvert, of Balls CO' visit ed his father Old UncleLadny Colvert Thursday and a'.tsnded the dsfott;. Mis Annie Whitmer, visited bar friend Miss Tcssie Orimm at Monroe Wednesday and Thursday. About fifteen couples enjoyed a rery pleasacnt evening at John Hy ans Friday night. Dancing was the amusiuent. Kd Mraneli and Miss Matilda Lilly surprised their friends Thursday by driving to 1'alinyra and being marri ed. They returned Frida y and were given A reseptlon M the home of the bride. The attendant were Hop Lilly and Mia Vldla Day. Our debating society at tills place is progressing nicely- Quite a numb er fr m the U tga school attended Thursday night and took part. Thesub ject was. Resolved that Columbus De served more praise for Discovering A...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 February 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 13. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY l4, 190I. NO. 46 Complaining. A large number of our country exchanges are complaining of the vast amount of trade that goes from towns to the cities, of the large nnmber of packages that arrive with every express train from the cities and sums it Up this way: The merchants, in the country towns are loosing trade that belongs to them and the people owe it to their home towns to trade at home. We! think the papers that are doing) tne lucking tor thes merchant who do the complaining are do ing wrong in not pointing out to the home merchant the true cause of their loss, which is this. A city merchant uses more space in one issue of a daily paper than an average country merchant uses in his home paper in six months. The city merchant tells the country people through the columns of the press what he has to sell and the prices that he is willing to sell for. The result is this, they know what he has to dis pose of in ...

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. — 14 February 1901

THE DEMOCRAT VV. J. ROUSE, Editor. R, P. HIXSON. ity Bailor. TERMS; $1.00 PKR VF.AR Entered nt the pout office at Monroe City as sccoud-claSB matter. Mo. Reflection f n Bachelor Every man lias some woman who loves hilt) more than lie lias any business to let her. A man has got to love the I average woman a lot to marry her after he has once seen hei barefooted. Every woman has a sneaking idea that if she had been Eve: in t he Graden of Eden she ' would have been good. No Woman has any right to' disbelieve her husband unless she is mortally sure he can; served any style at prove that he isn't lying. Son s restaurant. ; Show me a woman who! ! knows more about the Bible j ! than she does about her cook-j book and I'll show you a man j who spends more time In billi j : ard rooms than he does In I church. New York Press. X THURSDAY. FEB. 14, 1901 Buy milk from T. H. Ball. Oysters at Caldwell & Son's restaurant, Oysters CaJ dwell We need our money. A Borr.wAWK & Son. Please call a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 February 1901

Arc Judges Biased? It is no pirating fact that the integrity of the decision soon expected from the supreme court on the greatest question ever before that august body should be under suspicion sug gested by an indelicate use of the appointing power. The facts are thus summarized: 1. Ma jor Harrison is dismiss ed from the army in Porto Rico. His father, ex-Presid nt Han i son, believes the constitution is law wherever the American flag floats. '2. Lieut. McKenna, son of n justice of the United States supreme court is, promoted to Major Harrison's place as in spector general in Porto Rico 8. Young Mr. Harlan of Chi cago son of another justice of the United States Supreme Court is appointed attorney general at Porto Rico. The Chicago Times-Herald is the president's most stead fast organ in the west regrets these circumstances and urges that the two justices who are under pending obligations to the president for appointments to their sons, should withdraw from the court pending the de ...

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. — 14 February 1901

THE DEMOCRAT V. .1 i: iI'sk, Editor. uixsoN. oty Editor. he can In this cause. They should not delay longer. Tlie people have spoken and de tnanded a tax on Franchies. IT IS ALL OYER HOW! MiMMS $1.00 PLH VfcAK KntMl al tbt pOttofllMSI Monroe City, a nccoud'ClMI inattpr. Mn. THURSDAY. FEB. 14, 1901 Hon. H. T. Dameron, editor Of the Hunts vllle Herald ha many warm friends In all parts a . ii i , 1 I i ol Missouri who are pieaeu oe- cause Gov. Dockery has recog nized his worth and ability and lias appointed him to be Adju tant General of Missouri He will make a good one. He is an excellent gentleman and a hard working Democrat and has earned the position. Pro?! A P. Settle, of Kirks Wt.vTTWiiSr-' ville. was the guest his V- f?lGim,'i father. .1 H Settle and family, X-TtStA Saturday and Sunday. .Lester Hatch, of St. Louis, i I . . i . . . . 1 1. spent r-uiuiay in tue cuy wuu his father Dr. W. A. Hatch's family. Washington. Feb. 9.- The passage at the begiuning of to day's session of the...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 February 1901

J. F. DODSON & CO J. R DODSON a; and a; L, a TRACY PROPRIETORS. Here we are and we arc here to stay. Having purchased the Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, for' merly owned by J. w Hun. North Side Railroad. John Westhoff AND I ( 1 i low :i n.l n If tr- Mia - ., v. ii 1 1 I'm naic. JflO. J Rogers. Ask your friends to subscribe the Democrat. W. O. Foreman was an Ely visitor Friday. 195 acre farm 8 miles south of Walker for250 ci ty tor rent. Apply to W .'. Youkltj. Miss Lizzie Gottman SALESMEN Milan, former King of Sal via is dead. Halter, Dlrlgu & c, ilaVl. put up 100 Km- of five Inch ice. U B Bandlfer sold span of extra good mules to R Manning Shoes- Hoy's Tan Shoes that were fl.50 now 11.15 Boy's Shoes that were $1.2") now $1.00 Ladies Shoes that were 3.00 now $2.25 Ladies Shoes that were $2.50 now $2.00 Galvanized Ware. Large Tub wortli 75e. goes at 50c Smaller ones at 40c' Water Pail only 10c' Large Fibre Tub only (58c Smaller one 58c. Fibre Water Pails only l'...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 February 1901

Tin- l)-ar Little Wife At Home The dear little wife at hotnoi John, With ovor muoh to do, BUtehoi ti set ud bnbli si to pet) And bo msny thoughts f you. Tin- beautiful household fall . Pilling your heart with light) Whatever yon meet to ilay. Jobn Do eheerily borne tonight. Cor though you an ovor so weary, small frame, can testify. as St. Louisa ns Don't loitt. After a man serves one term DR. W. U. A. McNUTT Richard III was a hunchback, lie begins to grow if there is Little men have always been Uls potent in literature. There have been a few fat poets or novel- is frail and A few of the exceptions are old Dr. Samuel Johnson, has made trrow in him. He friends with the leaders and GEO. L can get time granted with the officials of the various depart meuts and in modern America J'nvs sinTlal attention to iisim' pi wnme mi,! 1.11.1..1. (Hliff with 1 r . Norton o WiHid's DriiL Slurc No. 90. KssldMirS I block Wtil of I". A M. HnnK so cross or 1 darts t" that WOUti latili at lift. tit!. lll...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 February 1901

Providing '"r ' Sclnwl Fund. "Pt'Om n Fu8tL)UHtoli sihit ( orro- Jefferson City. Mo., Feb. 7.- i .--- - i . message recommending the BUD mission (if a constitutional amendment providing for the permanent establishment of the state school fund certiticates, which are row a part of the public dehl of the slate and amount to 14,898,880.42. Hunters on Shelf. Squibs From Webster. Senator Vest is not mistaken j Let the churches return to about New England. He told ' God's plans and methods and the gospel truth and the west ; they will rind great success and south should study what he: along all lines of the Lord's said. I work. During the last congress the! Plans and methods We are delegation from Maine controll- living in an age of planning and ed the house. In that congress I methodical research, but the Maine had four members. This I best plans and the most approv little del -gation furnished the ed methods of doing the Lord's speaker, the chairman of the j work have failed, because th...

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. — 14 February 1901

Correspondence. a: Indian Creek. Our nick folks are Improving. Kvery itotffbi bob slivl rind wlido has I. ecu brought into use during this leitfliin;; miODi THE X RACKET, Rlobftrd Rails, Mrs. Jessie Kails. Miliei Martha QlMCOCk, Ktfle Daxter and lva Owens, of Huntington attend ed church here Sunday. 10 pounds rolled oats best (juality 2"ie 6 pounds navy beans Ask MUb Bout Llvaily if it isn't 1 .'xtra good bulk eoffee nice to have ;i certain young man call around with his sleigh after sehhl. Mm, Matilda Dixon, and Mri. All Vatr are on the sick list. .fas. 'J'. Spalding, shipped a uar load of fat eattie to Chicago Sunday. Geo. Smith and Dannll Hays, re turned from Cbltllootho Normal, last '! on ancotmt Ol smallpox there. Mm. Jano Uavenre, an old lady who was miiliiiig her home nt .lohn Key'i near Salt River, was found dead in her i.ed Tuesday morning of last week. May McGll), is dangerously ill with sneumonia, al Kdd Vates. Frank 1 1 avail is a rustler. Sorno of his neighbor! wonder w...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 February 1901

' 1 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 13. flONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2I, 190I. NO. 47 McFarland. Friday afternoon at 2:10 o'clock, Easton McFarland suddenly expired. His death came as a shock to every one. He was sick only a few hours, and his sickness was not re garded as serious until the end was almost reached, and then all efforts to restore him were in v.iin. Although sudden, his death was not unexpected by him. He had often said that he thought he would pass away suddenly, for his heart lias been affected for about five yea.s. Yet he seldom complained to anyone not even to the mem bers ot his own family, and he seemsd to be in such good spir its, that no one could suspect that he was sick and nigh unto death's door. None or the fam ily were present except Mrs. McFarland and son, Jimmie. The funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. J. A. Wailes, and the remains were laid to rest in St. Judes cemetery. Easton McFarland...

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. — 21 February 1901

THE DEMOCRAT: Two Parn" t0 trade f,,r c w. J. ROUSE, Editor. H. i BIXBOM, Clto Editor. TEHMS; $1.00 Plik YhAK The looting of loote In Node QrbBN. and the selling Pekin. by tin I Entered at the post office t Monroe City, a second-class matter. Mo. Christian tinues. nations still cn;i THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1901 Buy milk from T. H. Ball. Some of the Kansas news papers are nominating D. ii. Hill for president. That Ollgtli to settle it. The bill introduced by Sena- Oysters at Caldwell & Son's j tor Martin, making kidnaping restaurant. a canital offense was DflBSi id Oysters served any style at Cajdwell& Son's restaurant. We need our money. A Bot'LWARE & Son. Please call and pay your ac count Wll.UAMSOX & Bull Semi news items to the DEM OCRAT. "Phone 14. Dollar Boards at heart Lumber Co. Hogs killed for Sharp and Donley. the Ever- you by i almost unanimously Monday. Connecticutt wants a whip ping post for boys under Ifi j years. Missouri needs one for a i I j of the boys und...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 February 1901

Jubilee. A six-months' jubilee lias be gun in the Catholic churhes and from February !! to August !') processions, pilgrimages, and visits, in which bands and ban ners will figure prominently, will form the special devotions ot pious Catholics. The jubilee decree. which was promulgat ed by Pope Leo XITI. last De cember and which applies to Catholics throughout the world, is to be celebrated by visit ing the church to w Inch the parishoner belongs, and two ether churches on each of 15 days. A public procession, beaded by the parish priest, is equivalent to three visits, and those taking part in such pro cession will not be required to reap the benefits of the jubilee. The object of the jubilee is to give Catholics who were uuable to make a pilgrimage to Rome during the holy year an op portunity of securing equal privilieges with those who visited the Vatican. The wor shipers are requested to pray for the exaltation ot the church, the xterpation of heresy, the concord of Christ ian ru...

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. — 21 February 1901

It I HE DEMOCRAT W R. ROUSE, Editor. mxsoN, city Editor. icrms; $1,00 vvw VEAK K ii lr ml HI tin- ml nfllcc at Monroe City, h Mconil-clasn matter. THURSDAY, FEB. 21, linn Called Attention. Congress Cochran (Mo.) has thrown some hot shot in the Republican camp by calling at icntion Id the admissions of Senators Allen and Hale (Reps.) tnat the profligacy of this con ;ress has reached $780, 000. 1)00. a nil Ure-w t lie attention to the fact that measured in gold. Hie aggrate expenses of the gov ernment in 1864, the most ex pensive year of the civil war reached barely $600,000,000. Nu merous documents were quoted to sustain the preposition. He ,.UM...t i. ,.. I.. iivlvi. , cAuianaiiun nave the Republicans to make'" What are the people to receive 'for this sum. The most expen sive year of the greatest war of modern times, when the federal government had 1100 ships for the sea maintaining a blockade from Galveston to the Chesa peake and 1,000.000 men on land engaged in the most tre mendou...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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