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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 March 1901

ton Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH l4, 190I. NO. 50 That SinallPox. After supper on Wednesday night, Feb. 27th, Dr. Turner called at Harry E. Linn's and stated that he had been ap pointed by the Health Board to to inform me that a telephone message had just beeD received by Mayor North from the May or of Brookfield that my room mate bad died that morning with small pox, that I had been exposed and that tLe coat and hat I wore to Monroe had been on the sick man's bed. 1 said that there must be some mis take for I had never had a room mate since I have been in Brookfield, that 1 had but one acquaintance in Brooktield who has the small-pox and that I had received a letter mailed at Brookfield at noon that day saying that lie was doing nice ly. Dr. Turner said lie could not see how it could be a mis take, because he had asked Mayor North to repeat his statements on account of their seriousness. I then proposed to call up the Mayor of Brook field an...

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 March 1901

THE DEMOCRAT Ask your friends or tlie Democrat lo subscribe ! V. J. kousk, Editor. ft. r. HIXSON. City Editor, TERMS $1.00 pi:h veai: Palmer and Wrights Perv fumes always in stock at B. O. Wood's Drug Store. Entered at the poat office at Monroe City, t second-clam mutter. THURSDAY, MARCH, 14 1!K)1 Mo-. Good f-mnkers. Dend Swell, Dye Special and Perrys Pride wil1 be found at the Turner Drutr Co's. f Ball. J III IV III Buy milk from T. H Uvsuts served an Caldwell it Son's restaurant. Oysters at Caldwell & Son"s restaurant. Mr. '. K Vnntipiuen, of KllbOlim, Wit., WU Kfllieteil wlili itMMkl trovbleati'l ennstipnt ' Inn foaalnng time. She nv, "i huve tricl uianv preparations tint none hnve ilone mn the pma that Chamberlain's Stomach and I.I vr 1 iililetn have." These Tablets are fur ;i!c ut II. 0, WOOtVl ilrnir tor". Price, 85 Mutt, Samples free. Dollar Boards heart Lumber Co. HI the liver Get your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell & Son to day The Perry Pride. Dye Special and De...

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. — 14 March 1901

Hume seekers fixcurlsons Via His Becuud Term, almsli. Sl- I'011'"' Republic On January 15th, February I President McKintey'fi second Btb and l'Jtli March Btll, and administration begins under l'.ith, -and April 2nd and Kith, conditions containing promise 1901, the WabnsM will sell of peculiar benefit to the syndi Hotue seekers tickets at rate of cate interests whose contribut one fare plus 92.00 for the loos to Banna's campaign slush round trip, to points in Ala- fund and whose compelling in bama, Arizona, Arkansas. Col-; lluence as employers of labor orado. Idaho Tv. Kansas, Ken- brought about Mr. McKinley's. tucky, Louisiana, Mississippi re election to the Piesidency. South west Missouri, Montana. It is ominously significant iSebraska. Few Mexii ", North llloomin' Kansns. Who wouldn't live in Kansas? Thsrfl wheat and whiskers jrrow: Whet the beardvd grain and the lieardcd man. , Seem part of (iod Almlghty'i plan i To prOVO how blessing! How. ! Who Wouldn't live n Kansas? I Where h...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 March 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. K USB, Editor. K. t ' . uixson. city Editor. II-RMS $I.OO PKH YEAR I 1 t tlir rout office at Monroe City, x fteeonii-rl&M matter. Mo. THURSDAY. MARCH, 14 1001 , From Jefferson to McKinley. The brilliant pageant of Pres ident McKinley 's second inau guration was unpt ecedented. Jefferson rode. or according to another account walked, to the capitol attended by a few friends and quietly took the oath of office. Madison's inaugutlou was not less simple. Clothed in homespun of American make he assumed the duties of the Pres idency in the presence of a large crowd of citizens. When John Quincy Adams Cliurch News. Subject at Grace Baptist Church next Sunday morning 'Mission Work." The ladies of the Grace Bap tist Cliurch have ordered a nice carpet for the new church. Rev. R. B. Briney left Wed nesday morning tor Meridian, Miss., where he will engage in a protracted meeting. The Slocking Social given by the ladies of the Presbyterian Church at Mrs. S. M. Brown's nette...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 March 1901

I a it ecu m inc rian kt i si bend news items to the Dem- ocrat. 'Plione 14. We Have The A) Onlv X Steam Sponging Machine In Our Town. Getting Toctlier Tl)e Latest Trirs And the Newest Nrwpltlrc In Ti'i . - - ww vavsvu - n. VJ MM A 1V) - . A -J A ft k . . Ar mings and making complete oar Magnificient Spring Showing that we have been ransacking all th best manufactures lines for in the past six months, taking l omy tne Best things trom each ot them. 1 hey arc all here now. We are wonderfully well pleased with them and are confident you will be, but however we were not working so hard just to please ourselves, we wanted to please you. Come, look and express your opinion. We will glory in the opportunity to show you through each department. County Agents x For a: ButtenV: Patterns, $ Ready Made jf Waists and Skirts Dress Goods Wliile here ask to see the new Shirt Waists and Skirts, some beautifful tilings to show yon in this de partment, can't begin to describe all the Waists and the P...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 March 1901

ANIMAL HTOltlBS. Blevcn Coons On One Tree Dog OHII Money Haver- Ouiek rime by a Buaaard Oth er vlitr Storte Wash In (ft on and State Rtreeta yeaterday afternoon. JoLnson Willtatnanttc Weekly Jour nal: a few months ago a lady visitor at the farm of a citisen nn And ford wav. while sr.-itiri-- lK corn for the chickens and i re hoPPe apcat younv turkeys, lost from Iter finger a valuable diamond ring, A faithful search for the proved without avail and it was naturally concluded that the ring had been swallowed by one of the fowls i it-, eager ness to partake of the corn. A day or so before Thanks giving one of the turkeys of the flock fe 1 by the lady when the y in was lost was killed that it might adorn the lestive Than k- iriviiiff board. Bv a particular!. lision with a fence at the foot after a traveling man sees Zip : Mother Held for Murder, of Warren street. Driver Charles disappear upstairs with his coin j Knobnoster Mo March 7 Homer, unacquainted with the the landlord makes it go...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 March 1901

. ;, Wedding Cards j Calling Cards, j Programs and I Funeral Notices. TO THE LADIES The DEMOCRAT wants to notify you that the above named four classes of work is cone just as well and cheaper than in the city offices. Therefore it is to your advantage to have it done at home. mm HKmH Suggestions For Table and Kitchen. The real food value of the clam is not generally known or appreciated, and yet it ranks high in proteid matter among molusks, and its juices are known to be particularly digest ible for the delicate or the in. valid . In the minds of many the clam is regarded as a sort of inferior oyster; while, in fact, it holds a higher place on menus of dinners of the highest order. The "little fneck" clam i 5 S mm:m- lSJSJSJ i is quite as highly esteemed by down, but maybe the kuowing ones as the noted want to break and populrr "blue point. j and so cut it The Difference. Monroe City, like Cencralia, not being satisfied with the gov ernment census, had another one taken, and like C...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 March 1901

! Real Estate And Loans. Wc 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 wc can always find you a good afc investment or loan it for you on good security( Wc want your business and will treat you right. D. R. Davenport R. E. Lear X 2C THE RACKET. We have in propsect an en- A Great Newspaper. igagement of the celebrated) The Sunday edition of The ! Schubert Symphpny Club and gt. Louis Republic is a marvel jLady Quartette Company of f modern newspapPr enter Chicago, and it is expected that . m. fT. , H.pv will he ser.m.d tn trve Prse. The organization of its one of their delightful enter- news service is worldwide, t initiiinlt" ilttfinl A I ...

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

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 13. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH al, 190I. NO. 5I City Council. The adjourned meeting ol the City Council Friday night March 15th was short and sweet. BILLS ALLOWED. ' J. B. Bristow 84c N. H. McCall 22 The Aldermen ordered Notice Of City Election published and appointed the following judges. FIKST WARD. A. B. Seymour. C. P. McCarty andF. W. Meyers. Polling place, Bush barn. SECOND WARD. W. S. Turner, W. J Pine and C L. Dresher. Polling place, Creamery Mill. THIRD WARD. W. O. Foreman. Geo. Balzer and R. F. Hixson. Polling place Everheart Lumber Office. The judges in each ward are allowed two clerks. The act giving William Medcalf permis sion to ride his wheel on the side walks was recinded. Death At Kirksville. J. O. Gooch, the traveling salesman, a resident of Quincy some seven or eight years ago, died at his home at Kirksville on Saturday. He had been in failing health for eighteen J months, suffering from an af fection of the heart. In former y...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 March 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. UOUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR Entered at the poet office at Monroe Cltjr, aa second-class matter. Mo. THURSDAY. MARCH, 21 1901 Buy milk from T. H. Ball. Try the Democrat a year. Oysters served .my style at Caldwell & Sons restaurant. Mrs. J. C. Pollard, of Stouts ville, is Spending the week in tbls city. You will find the noted Burpee garden seed in bulk, at A. H. Green's. Five million dollars a year is tpent on burglar proof locks, but still they ourgle. Its seems that the conspiracy between Oom Paul and Webster Davis was of a literary charac ter (ili)tie Democrat. X PRIVATE X HOSPITAL. Palmer and Wrights Per' Oysters at Caldwell & Son's fumes always in stock at B. O. Wood's Drug Store. restaurant. Dollar Boards a. heart Lumber Co. the Ever Get your dinner and etuis a l ( 'a Id we 1 1 & S u you lunch to-day by Hogs killed for Sharp and Donley. If you want a lunch go to Caldwell & Son's restaurant Caldwell & Son...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 March 1901

The Country Editor' Benjam.no Harrison. "No man in the community The death of Benjamine Har does more for the public and rison 's t,ie occasion of regret receives less for it than the to his countrymen in every country editor," said Senator section of the union. He has H. Clay Heather, of Palmyra, wrought usefully for the re Mariou county, in the Missouri public in the many distinguish State Senate when the bill re ed places in the public station ducing the price for publishing to which he has been called the Australian ballot was un-j during his career, and his tak der consideration. "If all the "kr off at this time in life, when ft space he employs In booming the town, in helping individu als, In making staiesm m-some times out of pretty raw material-were paid for even at half the legal rate, he would be the richest man in the county. Few country editors are rich, but they are of more servic to the communities where they live than the wealthiest man. They are in the forefront of e...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 March 1901

THE DEMOCRAT! W. J. HOUSE, Editor. H. ft HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YHAR Entered i thr pott office at Monroe City, eecond-clMs matter. Mo. THURSDAY, MARCH. 21 1901 our ladies fine shoes. A. BorLWAitE & Son. The W. 0. T. U. meets with Mrs. Julia Puqua next Tuesday at 2:!50 p. m. We are footwear. A. the price cutters on ANNOUNCEMENTS, arc ' I 1 tOlltmoiltlCC .1. II. KOUKKS. eg a OAndtdtttQ for School OfRBUlUflOMf of Monrot' county. WK are nuthortxed to annoance w O. I" BROWNING a randittatii for Khoot commUtioiitr or Mon roe ooanty . BOIMVAKE & SOX. 'The bin standing army will supply a new opening (six feet long) for young men." Great is imperalism. A ray of sunshine shone in this office Saturday afternoon. Miss Marguerite Lightbody of Ely was the prime cause. Watch our advertising col umns. Then call upon advertis ing merchants and quit sending money away from home to buy goods. For Sale. Two male blue rock Jersey hog,good ones and servisable agf Prices reasonable, ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 March 1901

Ui m m m m GREAT m 444 CLEARING 5ALE 444 m 444 m 444 m 444 m 444 m 144 fit Comp and T .nok at mv T in? of (!afnpta arH 444 444 tr Thomas J. Yates and daught er. Miss Mary spent Thursday with Paris friends. Best plow shoe an earth for 11.00. A. Bouuware & Son. Attend the Measuring Social I at Mrs. Spahr's tomorrow even- inc. Any lady calling at the store can buy 10 yards of good Dress Prints for 29c. Four pair of Misses Seamless Hose 25c. Mi Any man can buy at the store six pair of Seamless f'fy Hose for 25c. Al Anyone can buy ten yards of Sea Island Cotton for 25c. ill Men's Dress Shirts 35c. iii One hundred pair Fine Shoes formerly $2.00 to $8.00 fff for $1.00 Hi Seed Oats for sale by Coal and Coke Co. McCall See our line of c'lildren pat ent leather li uCa, A. BorLWABI ft Son. There are a million more women In England Ibdil men. I That is one effect ot imperialist ic wars. Do you want sweet pea seed nasturtium seed in bulk. T J. Sharp Miss Cora Settle, of Sbelbioa, and Mrs Reg...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 March 1901

I Rtstag to an Bmerveney. Bjf S. Kliett Unman. Qratld! Perfectly grand! Ja net declared, leaning eagerly forward her elbows resting on lier knees, her face framed in by two pink palms, looking distractingly pretty. Yes. We can manage the gown question easily. Hut how to induce Aunt Tabitha to leave her precious poultry yard, mule crib and dairy I can't see." Noel said reflectively, a slight frown puckering her straight brow. If we could once yet her to New Orleans everything would be all right. I know auntie. She always comes to the lore manfully when the accasion arises You can count on Annt Tabbie In any desperate emergency, whether it be smallpox or a tire in the engine room, or a strike among the Held hands. "Ouce In Hie melee she'll stand a few carnival balls and street parades with nerve. The only difficulty is how to yet her away from this dear, dull old place.'' "By fraud or by violence." declared Janet with decision. There was a pause, and the fire crackled while the girls ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 March 1901

I.AURANOB IN'IHCATO R. The Smith African Situation. 1 F you want the news of the " world written and pictured, the finest art and the best literature, then you must read COLLIER'S WEEKLY America's Illustrated Foremost Journal Hall Caine's latest and grandest novel, "The Eternal City," begins soon. end for free copy of the opening chapters Addrehs Collier s Weekly, 555 West Thirteenth Street, New York City A Great Newspaper. The Sunday edition of The iSt. Louis Republic is a marvel of modern newspaper enter prise. The organization of its news service is world wide, complete in every department; in fact, superior to that of any other newspaper. The magazine section is illus trated in daintily tinted colors and splendid half-tone pictures. This section contains more high class literary matter than any of the monthly magazines. The fashions illustrated in nat ural colors are especially val uable to the ladies The colored comic section is a genuine laugh maker. The funny cartoons are by ...

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

A 44IA A A AAA A A A A AAAAAAAA----A A A A A A A A A A A AAAAAA,AA A A w w w v WWW WW w www w W WW W w W w w Real Estate And Loans. We have formed a partnership for the 'pur" f pose of selling Farms and City Real Estate x of all kinds and intend to push the business for all there is in it. If you want to sell t your farm or town property place a reason' I able cash price on it and list it with us and ; we will find you a buyer. We also loan J money on good real estate security at a X very low rate of interest. If you have any 1 idle money wc can always find you a good 1 safe investment or loan it for you on good t security, Wc went your business and vill treat you right. D. R. Davenport j R. E. Lear. Mr. Hardeaty Saturday and Sunday Sewing Machine Oil at R. and attended tho debate at the MeLeod j Manning Walkers cnooi naturuny mgnt. Correspondence. Huntington. Mrs. Win. lirown, of Kansas City is visiting relatives and frlendi in this locality. Jno. Owens drove a Dice bunch of cattle...

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

Monroe City Democrat. un it! a VOL, 13. Scrappln Match. Friday Hon. J. Prank Smith and his brother-in-law E. Barnett had a first class scran- ping match in which the claret was made to run and the glass to gingle, in the office of the former gentleman. The next day Mr. Barnett concluded that a thumping and paying damages for the frolic was one two many, so swore out a waraut charging Mr. Smith with assault and battery. The case when called, had the usual jury, with Hon. R. L. Woodson for the state and Hon. Robert Meriweather for the defense and an unusual showing for an audiance. The battle In the court room like the one in the office was to a finish and the wise and partial jury brought verdict for the defense. P. B. os. Chapter H, P. E. O., had an unusually pleasant meeting last Saturday, at the home of Mrs. J. S. Scott. After the routine business of the meeting the new officers were installed. This was followed by a delight ful musical program conducted by Mrs. Pearl WillHamson. ...

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

THE DLMOCRAT Dr McMMters, was a busi- - news vistitor in the !em City. W. .1. ItOUsK, KUiu.r. Thursday. H. r HIXhON, Cllj Keillor. v IKRMS $I,()0 Vl Al: Knlereci at Ik post office at Monroe ( II) , Mo. a ni .! matter. THURSDAY, MARCH, 28 l'JOl Ifiij milk from T. H. Hall. Try tl.e DEMOCRAT a year. Oysters served any style at Caldwell & Son's reh tan rant. Oysters at Caldwell & Son's restaurant. Dollar Hoards Hi the Ever heart Lumber Co. Get your dinner ami lunch eons at Caldwell & Sou to day Hogs killed lor you by Sharp and Donley. If you want a lunch go to Caldwell & Son's restaurant Caldwell & Son are prepared t feed the hungry. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Avrist, Hannibal, Mo. Room Mouldings at lowest prices at B. O. Wood's. Vou will tind the noted Burpee garden seed in bulk, at A. H. Green's. For Sale. ' Fifty cords of good bla;k aii wood. Wll HUN'ICItWADI.12. Palmer and Wrights Per fumes always in stock at B. O. Wood's Drug Store. For luuch or full meal try Cal...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 March 1901

or Second District Congressman. Washington Correspond e n t for the Kansas City Times: One of the most closely watched congressional districts in the American union is the second Missouri. Judge W. W. Rucker has on file the name of every resident voter of all parties and when there is anything good being sent from Washing ington to congressional districts us a safe guess that more than its share is going to the second Missouri. Judge Rncker's mail ing list is well classified, the doctors, lawyers, farmers, mec hanics, etc., all being under seperate heads. The Judge knows what the government is doing. If a bulletin is being published of interest to doctors he will manage to get enough ot them for the doctors in his district. If its an agricultural report the Judge is sure to get his share, then beg, borrow, or buy more, and these go to the farmers. He is not always sue cessful in getting enough to go around, but much oftener than any other representative. All of these bulletins are s...

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

THE DEMOCRAT See our ladies line shoes A. Hon. w auk .v Son. v. .1 R, r. n-RMS ROUSE, I Mitor. H1XSOK. ity Editor. the price cutters on $1.00 PHK VRAK Kuured ntilie pott office t MotM City, hk i' olid-elms matter. Mo. THURSDAY, MARCH, 28 1901 We are footwear. A. BOVLWABI .V Son j Mrs A. L. Lewellen and little child, of Hannibal, are spend ing the week in the city with ' relatives. j The Kirksville Journal has ; become a first class country paper. It has discarded its pat ent inside and can now control its advertising and news space. Dr. the osteopath of Pal myra. came up Sunday and af ter examining his eye. Dr. W W. Kitchey extracted a sliver 'of steel from the cornor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ffiTRnro authiii iicd tonmioiinrc " J. a ROOKK8, si randldala for School Oommiiaionsf of Monroe county. ffiTE me authorised to uiinoiinre w o, p. iiRowNisn n candidate for ichool commliiioiiar of Mon rot couutv ALDK11MAN. B iirc anthorlicd to announca IOHS HHKAUMAN. h-:i candidate for alderman fn.ni tin...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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