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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 February 1901

J. F. DODSOM & CO. ). R DODSON ' a; and a: L a TRACY PPOPRIETOFS. Here wc arc and wc arc here to stay. Having purchased the Fancy Groceries, D-y Goods, Boots and Shoes, for' merly owned by J. W. Hun. North Side Railroad. John Westhoff a: and X Miss Lizzie Gottman SALESMEN Shoes Boy's Tan Shoes that were $1.50 now $1.16 Boy's Siioes that were (11.25 now $1.00 Ladies Shoes that were :j. 00 now 2.2i Ladies Siioes that were $2.50 now $2.00 Galvanized Ware. Large Tub worth 75c. goes at 50c Smaller ones at 40c' Water Pail only ltic' Large Fibre Tub only 158c Smaller one 58c. Fibre Water Pails only lite. 2 gallon Water Keg !55c. Overshoes at Less Than Cost One Price To All. HUNGRY FOR EGGS. ;10 Pieces New Winter Un derwear only 19c. w K are prepared to give " you good service. good goods, at very low prices. We have been very bmv lor the last 10 days in wailing on trade and in marking down old prices to a bedrock mar gin. Now come in lets form acquaintance with each other whether we do...

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. — 21 February 1901

Love The Victor. On.'o. far buck in tlM buried yours, Wlien lift; wits voting and i,ray. There Oliina a maid wilb sunny hair And eyes like .apili i n'. bright ami ran', And tDiwnnn blitha and dubonoAlfCi Who Itola my heart away. Thoie happy tltnei with harrying fast Went Hying all too fast As o'er the meadows sweet with hay We oft 'ti took our fflftful way And swore to love, eome what. DOOM may. In vows that did not last. We will not blame each other, dear -Nay, nay, we both were wrong And now we 0OUI WO olt una iree. Love once mON lindstts out. yOUWQ And warms our heart with melody. And sinus liis old swe 'I fOOtf. So, now we two are one again, We'll thank our happy lot. And let the gloom of weary years. With all 'their sorrows and their fears. Their carking caret and binding tears forever be forgot, lierald Hayward, lu New York Mall and Hxpreai, The Story Kutli Told. We are sitting on the piazza in the pleasant time "between the lights," talking about the Tissot paintings. "They a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 February 1901

Neurllf Great it ruin Nerve uiul M Hlood Food For Both sexes Neurit! is the ptrfoot produot of lata eietitilie experiment by a noted irrencn nerve ineeiauat. whnnnri prominently to the notice of the trench Academy of Medieiue, and 8ubse(ineiitly used Largely by the pro fesHion of Europe, : It contains the principles upon which depends the proper nutrition of the nerve and brain cells and consequently nerve force, brain equilibrium and general vii.ici I'tii'i'iru I mini itu iiiin t n i-... cornusc es ot the lilooi lti'Mva-u'. tip mi.-iw a mi n rain i e s t re i l l ii:.mi all the mental, nervous and physical functions are energized. It does not derange the digestive functions liku other nervines, and is therefore the ideal nerve tonic. For sexual neurasthenia, wheather due to old age or other causes, wheather in men or women, it is almost a specilic. It restores energy quickly and per manently. It is the greatest known restorative for use in the convalescene .of any disease, in Phthi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 February 1901

A jReal Estate lAnd Loans. i We have formed a partnership for the !pur' pose of selling Farms and City Real Estate of all kinds and intend to push the business for all there is in it. If you want to sell your farm or town property place a reason' able cash price on it and list it with us and we will find you a buyer. We also loan money on good real estate security at a very low rate of interest. If you have any idle money we can always find you a good afe investment or loan it for you on good security. We went your business and will treat you right. i D. R. Davenport R. E. Lear, Correspondence. of last Steph Friday Indian Creek. Pi'. Lyons spent a portion week in St. Louis. Service will be held in St. ens ohurch Wednesday and afternoons during Lent. Miss Beetle Llvesley will close a vury successful eix months Mbool here Friday. Sueh a short terra of school affords school children an equal chance to learn ami to forget Some of our people favor free rural delivery, but it seems the ma...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 February 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 13. riONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 190I. NO. 48 r I Birthday. Yesterday was the H7th natal -day of grandma, Matilda Suter. In honor of, tliat event, her daughter Mrs M. B. Carson, gave a family dining at which the following children and their life partners were present. Mr. and Mrs J. J. Suter, Mr. and Mrs T. J. Suter and Mrs SalTarrans of Palmyra and Mr. and Mrs B. G. Moss of this city. Mrs Henry Gillispi of Stuttgart Ark. and George Carson, of St. Louis could not be present. The day was one of pleasure, being mostly of a retrospective and reminiscent order covering every thing fromchildhood to old age. It was a day that neither the dear old mother or the childreu will ever torget and the only regret was for the two absent ones from the family circle. Mrs Suter was the mother of seven children, and she has twenty grandchildren and nineteen greatgrand children. Sixty-two years of her eventful 1 life were spent near and in Palmyra where she ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 February 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. .1. HOUSE, Editor. H. V, H1XSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PCH VfiAK Bntcred at the pout offlrc at Monroe City, as second -class matter. Mo. THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1901 Buy milk from T. H. Ball. Oysters served any style at Caldwell fc Son's restaurant. We need our money. A. BOULWARK it Son. Send news items to the Dkm ockat. 'Phone 14. Dollar Boards ac the Ever heart Lumber Co. Get your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell it Sun to-day Hogs killed for you by Sharp and Donley. If you want a lunch go to Caldwell & Son's restaurant Caldwell & Son are prepared ta feed the hungry. and Dr. Hornback, Aurist. Hannibal. Oculist Mo. For sale. Fifty cords of good oak wood. W'M HUNERWADLE. bla :k If you owe us an account, please pay same at once. A. BOULWARE & Son. We need our money. Please settle at once. A. BOULWARE it Sox. For lunch or full meal try Caldwell's and you will be p. eased. Cash on the nail. It you owe it to us come in and settle up. Sharp & Donley. and se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 February 1901

Via February 6th, and and 16th. will sell Home-seekers Bxoorlsoni Wnbash. Ou January 15th, 5th, and 19th March 19th, -and April,2nd 1901, the Wabash Home seekers tickets at rate of one fare plus $2.00 tor the round trip, to points in Ala bama, Arizona, Arkansas. Col orado. Idaho Tv. Kansas. Ken tucky, Louisiana, Mississippi South-west Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Pew Mexico, North and South Carolina, North and South Dakota, Oklahoma, Ore gon, Tennessee. Texas. Utah Wyoming and to many other states. Tickets are limited to 21 days from date of sale and allow stop over privileges at certain points on the going trip. For further information call on the nearest Ticket Agent, or ad dress, H. E. Watts, Pass, and Ticket Agt. Moberly, Mo. Protection thou art a jevvell. The most ludicrous right this government has ever witnissed is on between the two most highly tariff protected indust ries of the age and a cargo of Russian beet sugar did it. The sugar interests knocked out the cargo of sugar...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 February 1901

THE DEMOCRAT V. . .i. ROUSE, Kditor. tl. P. Tfl.XSON. City Kditor. rBRMf $1.00,; pi;r vi:, t lili-n 'I M the pout oflio6 At Hon rot City, ecotl40lMI manor. Mo. THURSDAY. FEB. 28, 1901 Give the Cubans their Inde pendence as promised and as they deserve. The Missouri legislature owes it to tli people to pass a good franchise tax hill. It is dangerous to trample down the Constitution in order that a few may prosper at the expense of the many. Express companies have rob bed the people long enough and it is the duty of the present leg islature to pass a bill reducing the express rate. McKinley is to be inaugurat ed president of the United States next Monday, and by the grace of the trusts he has been made Emperor of the Philippines. America has no rights in the Philippines and American sol diers are there now for the sole purpose of securing more terri tory and people for the friends of Mark Hauna to rob. Reports have it that Elder E. M. Richmond is going to move to Paris and try to brea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 February 1901

Merchant Tailoring 19Q1 SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON 1901 Merchant Tailoring Wemer, 2S,.T2Sl Special Order Department. A word about clothes made in our own town depai ment. We have one of the richest lines of Suitings and Panttngs ever shown la Monroe City, from which .we will make Suits from $20.00 and upward, and Pants from 15.50 and upward. So if you want a good suit hawe it made at home and you will know what you get. Cleaning and Repairing Done On Short Notice. For bargains go to Dodson it Co. 14 bars soap at Dodson & lo's. Eggs, butter and lard wanl Cheapest Cash Store on earth at Dodson & Co's. OUie Elliott, of Hannibal ed at spent Monday in the city witli friends. Dodson it Co' Hutt was a business Kansas City Satur- J. W. visitor in day. Geo, H. W. N. Kidd spent lost week in Baylis, 111., look ing alter his business intersets. Mr. and Mrs G. S. Carpenter, of Huntington, has had the misfortune to loose their infant. The Milwaukee Herald plant has gone up in smoke and down...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 February 1901

Sunday Aftt-'i'iiooiit. Prom tlii? window ol lbs ohapal noftiy iiouihN an Orgftfll noU; Through tin; wititt-ry Satilwth gloam ing drifting ihndi o( mutia Boat, And tin; quiet and the tlroliffht and tin' iwootly loletnB tunes. Hoar mo divamin. back to boyhood and its Sunday alU-rnoons, When we gathered in (he parlor, in Mm pui lor stiti and grand. When the haircloth ohaira and sofas stood arrayed and gloomy hand. Where each queer oil portrait watch ed us with countenance of wood, And the ahotti upon the whatnot in a duitleti iplendor stood. Then the (jnaint old parlor organ, with tin' quaver in its tongue, Beamed to tremble In lU fervor as tho tacred longi it sunn. re eang the homely anthem, tang the lad rev! n ns. Of the glory Of the story and tho liht m sorrow dims. ri.II . .1... Jiiali .. lUaa AuaMiH ami! the evening settled down. And the lump-lit windowa twntkled in tli 11 drowsy little town, iu and young we tang thechorueand tho echoea told it o'er, in tho dear familiar votuee, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 February 1901

Pryor Pitrunruplis. The church-scold is a great nuisance and he ought to be abolished. The rmn who makes gold his God is the slave of the Hardest taskmaster on earth. Are we standing on the watch tower anxiously looking for the coming of our Lord? Christadelphianism is the grossest kind of materialism. Only that and nothing more. You ought to think too much of the church of Christ to allow it to suffer on account of your penuriousuess. Don't be afraid nor ashamed to go anywhere that duty calls you; the God that called you to the dutv will take care of your reputation. If you haven't enough Chris tian courage to lift up the fallen of your race, it is very evident that you need more grace in the heart of the spirit the Mast er in your life, if you accomplish much for his cause. Herr Hopf and the Salt Cure. "Well, Mr. Hopf," said the young policeman, "what do you think of the salt cure?" "Not mooch," responded Herr Hopf. "Der system was too exbensive for der use uf it gen erally. Lena ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 February 1901

I Real Estate ! And Loans. We have formed a partnership for the!pur" pose of selling Farms and City Real Estate of all kinds and intend to push the business for all there is in it. If you want to sell your farm or town property place a reason able cash price on it and list it with us and we will find you a buyer. We also loan money on good real estate security at a very low rate of interest. If you have any idle money we can always find you a good afe investment or loan it for you on good security, We went your business and will treat you right. : : i D. R. Davenport R. E. Lear, Correspondence. ! Win KeiiN.selcar. Mrs. Dr. Kuiledge. of Monroe City, visited her father, Dt W. L. felarwood from Saturday until Monday. Ilentley Hriscoc, of Now London, wan trammeling businesi In this vicini ty Monday. Allen Brown lias been ill with the grip for several days, Mr and Mrs. Nimrod Glasscock were the guests of Mr. Joe Gentry, of Ocean Wave, tb first of the week. Miss Allen wits unable to Mrs W...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 March 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 7 , 190I. NO. 49 School Report. Mass Convention. Report of Monroe City Public 1 The people of Monroe City School for month ending March and vicinity, learning that a 1901. Bill had been introduced in the Missouri Legislature, to re district the State into Judicial Circuits and fix the terms 1 in ROLL, OF HONOK. Names of those perfect in at tendance, deportment 95, avsr- 1 . . . age scholarship 95, with no Vioun inerem, oy tne provisos grade below 95 in more than j of which the County of Monroe two studies. ' is given three regular terms of High School. Ora Scott, Cleo:Circuit Conrt i,istead of two Ohlpmaa, Julia Megown, Daph- terms as now held, met in a ne Crawford. ! wel1 attendtu convention. I at the City Hall on Saturday, March 2. 1901. at 2-M o'clock, P. M and organized by the se lection of N. L Hume as Chairman and J. W. Johnston as secretary, at which meeting, among other proceedings the following resolution...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 March 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. .1 Ra F. TERMS, ROUSE, Editor HIXSON, City Kill to i $1.00 PEK VfcAK Entered at the pout office at Monroe city a second-class matter. TH URSDAY. MARCH, Ask your friends to subscribe or the Dkmocuat. Lawrence Plcriol, of With ers Mill, was a business visitor in the City Saturday. W. R. Day. and Hon. W. S. Mo. McOMtltiC were business visitors in tire City of Flowers. Monday. 7 11)011 Thomas M. and Miss Arna Bouhvare spent Sunday aftei PRIVATE X Buy milk from T. H. Ball. Oysters served any style at Caldwell it Son's restaurant. We need our money. A. BOCLwARE dC Son. Oysters at restaurant. Caldwell A: Sun's Send news items to the DEM OCR AT. Phone 14. Dollar Boards ac the Ever heart Lumber Co. noon with friends, in Palmyra Do your clothes look yellow? j If so, use Ma pie City Soap. It j wil make them white again. Sold by all grocers. The best woman has always somewhat of man's strength; the noblest man. a woman's gentleness. CRAIK. Palmer and Wrights Per' fumes always in...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 March 1901

Kicking Hard. The outragious bill introduced by Representative Home-scekcrs Exciirisons Via The Ten Greatest Missoiirlnnn. abash. In a Missouri Hall of Paine ll I . 111. 11.1...... B 1 1 "1 . I I . . Ft vii uauuaiy ioiu, reiuuary , vnat ten names siiouiti appear.' oy uepresentative rtimmons in 5th, and lSJth March Btb, and 'The answer to this question , the Missouri House, to place 19tb, -and April 2nd and 16tb, suggests an Inquiry Into the I private school under the sup 1901, the Wabash will sell history of this state from its i ervision ol school boards was beginning until now. Such a question addressed by a repre WE BUY Home seekers tickets at rate of one fare plus? 2.00 tor the round trip, to points in Ala bama, Arizona, Arkansas. Col orado. Idaho Tv. Kansas, Ken tucky, Louisiana, Mississippi South west Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Pew Mexico, North and South Carolina. North and South Dakota, Oklahoma, Ore- g"ti, Tennessee. Texas. Utah other Wyoming and to many states. Tickets a...

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 March 1901

THE DEMOCRAT v. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. t II IX son. city Editor. ICKMS $1.00 PER YEAR Bnttrtd It the poMoflMMMonMM "ity. Mo. 11 M'Cunil-flasR nmttt'r. THURSDAY, MARCH. 7 1901 : ANNOUNCEMENTS. wKiur nuthorlfed toAitttottnoc w J. II. ROUKM8, h randlrtate fur si-ikkii Omnnttfitotioi of Moiimc county. .justice to all. Cuba should I)'.' tree, without any condition. Will America's pledge with Cuba be kept? Let Americans rejoice. Con gress is not in session. Buy goods from Monroe City merchants. Strive to make this the best year in the history of your town. Every citizen should do all in his power to advance the inter ests of Monroe City. Monroe City public schools should have a Manual Training department. America is still engag .d in murdering people who want to be free, who deserve to be free. Why? Millions of the peoples mon ey was wasted by the 5fith Con fess, and chances are that the 57th will not be any better for the masses. The best way for the legisla ture to reduce criminal expense...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 March 1901

It r 1 t ) J Merchant Tailoring 1901 SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON 1901 Merchant Tailoring A word about clothes made in our own town depart ment. We have one of the richest lines of Suitings and Pantings ever shown in Monroe City, from which we will make Suits from $2a00and upward, and Pants from 15.80 and upward. So if you want a good suit lure it made at home and you will know what you get. Werner, The Tailor. SouthF. SrM.Bank Cleaning and Repairing Done On Short Notice. Special Order Department. Having taken the agency for one of the best order houses of Chicago I will be able to make suits from KlL'.OO and upward. Pants from $:.0f) and upward. This house positively guarantees a tit 1 Try the DEMOCRAT a year. Ninety-eight cent huts and they are daisy's at H. Levy's. Dr. M. E McM asters recently bought a fine horse from J. K B Kidd. House For Kent. One block east of First Bap tist Church. E. G. Shkyack. Kern and Holi yman, hard ware merchants of Palmyra, have gone broke. Assetts 4,000 ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 March 1901

I All About a Button. It was only a plain brass but ton that fell out of Miss Shall non's pocket book when she opened it. Miss Shannon was one of the you Off lady boarders. 'Brother Jim must have put it in there for mischief along with the jlove button 1 dropped at home," she said. Better keep it.-' suggested the other young lady boarder, whose name was Anderson. You may have a man todigul ly it some day. Keep it till you ,rel the Combination com plete.' "I might net ti.ed of the but ton before I got the man." said Miss Shannon. "Suppose we do it up in a nice little package and put it under Miss Brown's pl.ite in the morning?" No. an envelope.' "And I can take that stamp oil Colonel Anheuser's letter I received yesterday and out that on it," remarked the lady of the j house." "Agreed," said the young lady boarders. Miss Shannon addressed the j envelope in bsr masculine chir Ograpby. Miss Anderson saw! the button was properly put in. I and the lady of the house neat ly transferred th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 March 1901

McKinley Is Kin; I Of thePhilippinesTheSpoonerBUl as It Was Passed 0 U 0 u 3 All military, civil and judicial powers necessary to govern the Philippine islands acquired from Spain by the treaties concluded at Paris on the tenth day of Decemher, 1898, and at Washington on the seventh day of November, 15)00, shall, until otherwise provided by congress, be vest ed in such manner as the president of the United States shall direct for the establishment of civil government and for maintaining and protecting the inhabitants of said is lands in the free enjoyment of their liberty, property and religion: Provided, That all franchises granted under the authority hereof shall contain a reservation of the right to alter, amend or repeal the same. I Until! a permanent government shall have been es- tablished in said archipelago full reports shall be made to congress, on or before the hrst day of each regular session, of all legislative acts and proceedings of the temporary government instituted ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 March 1901

. jReal Estate lAnd Loans. I ! : : We have formed a partnership for the 'pur" pose of selling Farms and City Real Estate of all kinds and intend to push the business for all there is in it. If you want to sell your farm or town property place a reason able cash price on it and list it with us and we will find you a buyer. We also loan money on good real estate security at a very low rate of interest. If you have any idle money we can always find you a good safe investment or loan it for you on good security. We went your business and will treat you right. D. R. Davenport R. E. Lear- a v Correspondence. Indian Creek. i Frank Hagan has pneumonia. The bloat of the young lamh is now i beard at the home of some of our i farmers. Wednesday and Friday services at 1 St. Stephens church are i n well attended. Lee Plercall, of Monroe, sold to I Blbert Yates a cow ami three hogs for i MO. Missex Agnes and Wtlhelmtna UetcuotT are visiting friends north of Monroe City. Ollle, the 0-year-old son ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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