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

SA Straight "Man to Man" Talk 8 Hungry for eirira DODSON fc C'O. 00D TASTE IN DRESS m 1 m 1 M 1 V Sewing Machine Oil at R. Mantling Walkers. 9s nothing but gccd ?f.ns: applied to your clothes, or, we'll say, good judgment in picking out your clothier. If you wear Hart, Schaffncr & Marx guarcr'eed clothes you'll be in gocd taste, in perfect fashion and money in pocket beside. 11. S. & M. clothes fit perfectly, wear bet ter and keep in shape longer than any other clothes we know of. They arc sc!d by the leading fashionable cloth ier in every large city in America HART, 80H AFFNEPt C MARX. Ik'' you COPPldMTtO 1690 SV vv.-;.v.,it,tr:waL GUARANTEED CLOTHING. There's all Kinds of Comfort in our Clothing. Comfort in the fnct that it feels comfortable on And tliat it's in style. And sets well And lianas right And keeps If shape na good tailoring should And furthur comfort in the consciousness th:it it costs ou so much less than you'd ordinarily pay for this kind of service. We are 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. — 28 March 1901

Mother Meredith's Celt My Surah A very Fan nee. The minister was unusually ouiet that evening, even taking into account the facts that it was Monday, and that the af ternoon had been spent in a round ol parish calls. "Have you had a trying day, dear?' his wife asked, as they sat together in the firelight. "No. Katherine, but I have had a call 'What: Where? Who? Why didn't you tell me before?" "Because it came only this afternoon. It was from Mother Meredith."' 'Russell Armstrong, what are you talking about? This isn't the first of April," said Mrs. Armstrong) rather indig nantly, for she lived in con stant expectation that some day a flourishing church with a large Held and high standing would Feel that her husband was the one needed to rill its pulpit. Mother Meredith was a wid ow, whose own children had long ago grown up and moved away, while she still Kept on in the old place, mothering everything, from lame dogs to young ministers, with a loving impartiality which left noth ing ...

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. — 28 March 1901

X WALL PAPERS X X Wall Papers of the Latest Designs and I X X Most Delicate Tints. Paints, Oils and X X Varnishes, The season for renovating j X X the interior and exerior of our home X has arrived and I am fully prepared to X X supply all of your needs at a very small U X COSt. X X You will find an elegant assortment of jjj Toilet Goods I A i X at the North Main Street Drug House $ X and if you are sick and want prescriptions X filled or Pure Drugs, the place to find them X is at ; J. J, FITZPATRICK'S, I A. K. RUTLEDGE, Clerk. I !$ The April World s Work. The World's Work, iwhieh makes the teaching of the gospel of work, progress, and success its evident mission, closesiits first volume with the best number it has yet put forth. The Btriking feature of this months Hiimber is a remarkable article about Andrew Carnegie, of particular in terest at a moment when he is start ling the world with his benefactions Nothing like this sketch in complete ness and conciseness has ever been prin...

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

GREAT CLEARING SALE can bu v 10 yards of 114 fff Any lady calling at the store good Dress Prints for II Fnnr nair of Misses Seamless ill Any man can buy at the store six pair of Seamless 1 IT iii Hose tor Anyone can luv ten yards ol Sea Island Cotton for Men's Dress Shirts in One hundred nair Fine Shoes formerly $2.00 t' $3.00 W for 1U One lot of (Jassamere Pants from to $2.50 foi fff Correspondence. Hose 25c. 25c. oc. 45c. 35c. SI. 00 $1.00 m 111 m in m in m m m in TTT 1U !! ill I I I m Come and Look at my Line of Carpets and W 44 -r- At CX TV 111 fl1 1 ake Advantage 01 low rrices. mi in ui ui in m in m This Sale Continues Until April 1st. Joanna News ltoads very bad. Fins weather after tin- rain. Lahe Brry has purchased four I Dice calves from Mr. 11 ass, I . I nines Berry lias purchased a tine , hone from Hurt Ycagcr, price $05. I Sugar camps are nearly all closed. Tom Anderson has purchased a line saddle horse from Ralph Johnson. Ell Crawford lias purchased the I Hell farm. Pric...

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. — 4 April 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 4 , 190I. NO. 53 Cliurcli Newx. Hoiy Rosary church will ob serve Easter Sunday, Services at 10:00 am. The choir is pre paring an elaborate program for the occasion. St. Jude church will be prettily decorated Easter Sun day. Friday there "will be services at 10:00 a. in., 1:2:00 to 3:00 p. m. and at 7:00 p. m. Sunday tirst service 0:00 a. m. 9:80 a. in., 11:00 a. in and at 4:00 p. m. December 27, l'JOO the Salt Lick Baptist church gave an entertainment and some vandal cut the carpet badly. The church offered 5 for the of fender. The protracted meeting con ducted at Oak Wooil by Elders Gill and Jones closed with 26 accessions to the church. The Woman's Foreign Mis sionary Society of the M. E. Church South, will meet at Mrs T. E. Wine, tomorrow April 5th. All members are re quested to be present. Rev. M. L. Bibb, ot Odessa, Mo., spent last Friday in the city with friends. He was en route to Providence church to fill ...

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. — 4 April 1901

NE DEMOCRAT W . .1 R, i . I BR b HOUSE, Editor. IUXSON. it KilltM' $1.00 VIM Vi-,. Kntercd II Ihi pOtt office at Monroe Oily, as UPOIid-dm matter. Mo. THURSDAY. APRIL 4. L90 Buy milk from T. H. Bat Oysters Caldwell A served any styl SonV restaurant. at Oysters at restaurant. Caldwell & Son's I C. C. Lewis, was a visitor in the Bluff Cily Friday Hugh M. Clark, went to Li I Grange Prlilav ',,0, ;,t some , fancy rattle. Mrs. W. L. Reld and Miss Mnrituerlte went to the Future Great Friday to visit friends. William Sullivan, ot Chicago i has been the truest of his father Michael Sullivan and numerous friends. Sing Sing, so far as Hie I'll , Inge proper is concerned is no longer Sin,' Sing. Its name has! been changed to Ossinlny R L. Turner shipped one of his tine Belgian Hares to U M. Eddy at Marsville. III., last Thursday. It is now up against John Bui i The Boers refused t'J surrender and the Russians de clined to back-step . It England goes to war with the Boers, the resultant cos...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 April 1901

Gen. McArthur has sent an other long list of dead Ameri can boys. But just the same lie continues to send deceiving censered reports about "the war being over in the Philip pine! to tliis country. Uncle 8am lias bought the Is land of Cagayan from Spain and paid $100,000 for the same. Looks like the Old Man is bound to posess everything in Bight, either through money or blood. Governor Roland, of the Vet erans Home at Leavonworth, Kansas ordered the guards to eject Mrs. Nation's from the grounds, Sunday. She also re ceived a scant courtesy in the city where she threatened to smash things, but as she could not get any following, did not smash. Porto RICO a Country of FnniiK- From World's Work. Of the 95!,248 population of Porto Ricoclony 75,000 live in cities. On the island but 100 miles long and thirty-six wide are 40.000 district farms and one-fifth of the island under cultivation. The average sir.e ot a farm in Porto Rico is forty five acres, of which twelve are cultivated. Seventy...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 April 1901

1 HE DEMOCRAT' V. .1 K. ft ROUSBi Editor 1 1 IX SON, city Kditor. $1.00 The made pur vr ar Kalereri at tht POM office at Monroe City, m ncconl-clM matter. Mo. TH URSDAY, APRIL 1. L90I proposition lias been that Congress should establish a National Park at Valley ForgtJ where are to be found many of tlie most in teresting relivs of the most dramatic episode of our Rev olutionary War. The country around auout these relics is well suited for the purpose, as is shown by the many inteest ing illustrations in the article on Valley Forge as a National Park," by E. W, Hocker. in the April Magazine Number of The Outlook. ($:!. a year. The Outlook Company, 28 Fourth Avenue. New York.) Volume 14. With this number the Monroe City Democrat begins its four- teeniu year oi wont tor Monroe I City and the surrounding coun try. During seven of the Ihtr- ieen years oi in' UKMOCUAT we have been connected with the paper ami during these years have worked as best we knew how lor every interest calculat e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 April 1901

Farmers are getting ready for I Every country home should spring work, be n;une(1- Ties and Fancy ROOBUSi New Collars Hosiery at B. B. Vaughn, of Paris, spent Sunday in this city with his friend Jasper Henderson. Mage Maddox, of Huntington was a business visitor in the city Saturday. Sydney Garner is supremely happy over the arrival of a boy at his place. For Kent. 2 or 3 Small Pastures. 4 11. H. E. Lkau. .lames Settle and B. Thomp son were transacting business n the Bluff City, Monday. J. M. Proctor and J. M. John son were business visitors in Brookfield Friday. There was from 5 to 7 inches of snow over the States of Kan sas and Nebraska, Saturday. Prof. J. F. Rodgers was here from Columbia part of the weelc, with his many friends. Butler Yates and V. C. Spald ing have purchased the Sidner farm of 100 acres. Consideration private. Mrs Node Green and Miss Juliet, are spending the weelc with the homefolk at Hydes bnrg. G. B. Andei son, of Goss, was in the city circulating among old f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 April 1901

Tlic Tragedy of City Life. j'i-ii : Honry '. I'uttir in rSuoows. One of the most marked char acteristics of our American life is the drift of youtli from the country to the cities. The daily flitter and excitement, pre sented vividly through the me dium of the always available newspaper and low priced mag azine, naturally makes a very strong appeal to young men, restless and discontented under the more or less depressing in Ituence of rural isolation. They turn their eyes city ward, and, if they can possibly manage it. they go to the city. This may bespeak ambition, but too of ten it is an ambition that maims and kills. It is true, as Daniel Webster declared, that there is plenty of room at the top; but, looking at conditions squarely, we must know that the top must always be for the few and not for the many- 1 believe that no aphorism Is more mis taken th. in thai often heard in our public schools that any boy may become president ol the 1'nited Stales. In political rights we may- ...

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. — 4 April 1901

WALL PAPERS A Great Ncwnaper. I IM'tltO i if Cdtl Ht 1 ha t t. in trv a fnw il.ianu ,.r l The WUnaaV edition Ol The i '"'"inns wtymai h. and I.iver TabtaM, bOX Mummed Kor Kile by II. ), Wood. Hulk Garden Heed. a; a; a: 0. Wall Papers of the Latest Designs and Most Delicate Tints. Paints, Oils and Varnishes, The season for renovating J flj the inter ior and cxverior of our homes 1 has arrived and I am fully prepared to S supply all of your needs at a very small cost. & s I You will find an elegant assortment of Toilet Goods X m X A at the North Main Street Drug House and if you are sick and want prescriptions filled or Pure Drugs, the place to find them is atw J. J. FITZPATRICK'S. A. K. RUTLEDGE, C erk. If troubled by n weak diRcstlon Ion of up- imni -Evcrv St. Louis Republic is a marvel of modern newsnaner entpr. prise. The organization of its For best northern grown gar news service is world wide. ! (len d go to T. J. Sharp, complete in every department; i Ear,v cabbaBe and tom...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 April 1901

I Give it 1 ime And spring will come and with- it the need of PLOWS, HARROWS, PLANTERS, ETC, Ccmc and see us for FENCING R. Manning Walker. Monroe Stock Sales! LOOK OUT FOR Saturday April 13, Stock sales will be Inaugurated that Spalding & Hayden barn List your stoclc where it will bring top prices. R. F 1901. ilay at the and bring it w Hixson, Clerk. T. Youell, Auctioneer. 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 safe investment or loan it for you on good security. We wtnt your business and will treat you right, D. R. Davenport I x x I X R. E. .ear. 1 NOTICET All parties indebt...

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. — 11 April 1901

1 t 7 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14. riONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL II, 190I. NO. a Church News. Rev. L. McReynolds, tilled appointments at Edina, last Sunday. Rev. Thomas Gallaher, of Rensselear, was in the city with friends last Friday. Rev. L. K. Obenchain, of Macon City, has been called a3 pastor by theHunnewell Baptist church, and has accepted. He was in the city Monday with old friends. Rev. J. E. Latham of Bales ville Ark. was visiting old friends in the city Tuesday. Most of the churches in the city were beautifully decorated With palms, trailing vines and blooming potted plants last Sunday. The board of Managers of the B. Y. P. U. of the Bethel Baptist Association met in ses sion at the first church in this city last Thursdav eve. For convenience, it was decidedto divide the association into six districts, as follows. Hannibal. Palmyra, Monroe Cty, Shelbina Paris, Bethel and Bethlehem. It is thought that the move will expedite the organization of new unions. The fo...

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. — 11 April 1901

1 HE DEMOCRAT V. .). ROUSE, Kditor. It. r. MIX SON. dtjf Kditor. IliPMS $1.00 PLR VLAk Entered at the pout office at Monroe t'ily, Mo. a nd wattwr. THURSDAY. APRIL 11. 1901 Buy milk from T. H. Ball. Llatn for the wedding bells. Gel your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell ft S in to day Ask your friends U wjonrrlb or the Democrat, Tame H. JoImmjii. made a business i rip to Quincy Pi iduy. If you want a ' lunch go to Caldwell & Son's reitaurant Dr. Horn back. Oculist arid Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. Take Note. In order to meet my obliga tions. I am compelled to ask my mends to assist me by cullintT and paying their accounts due the late firm of Raney & Saun ders. Yours Respectfully. L. C Salndeiis. BogardDispatch: If we should offer this paper one year for two classes of beer everyone would Know it would cost 10 cenis. If we should offer it for a (fin pel hymn book not one 111 a hundred would know whether I we had raised the price of sub jscrlptton or made n reduction. me ser PRIVATE...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 April 1901

Mark Twain Replies With Wat ormelon TStorjr. Special to tlie Poet-DUpatch.. New Yorlc, March 510. Mark Twain tells a watermelon story in his reply to his reply to re cent attacks upon him by the members of the American Board of Foreign Missions tor criticism of the Rev. Dr. Ament. the veteran missionary in China. This latest contribution of the humorist ot the dispute was written for pub'ication in the North American Review and will be presented in its next number. The watermelon story is used to illustrate the principal point which Mark makes against the Rev. Dr. Ament. It appears that a cor respondent in China of a New York paper telegraphed that the reverend doctor had col lected from the Chinese in various places, as a result of the recent Boxer outbreak. 18 times in excess of the actual losses. Mark Twain assailed tax gathering as as a species of extortion. w Hereupon Dr. Ament, appealed t'J by his friends for an explanation, is alleged to have replied chat a mistake had been m...

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. — 11 April 1901

, he democrat Harvesting Machinery. W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. r. HIXSON, city Editor. tRRMS $1.00 li:R VfcAK Kntcred t the pom office at Monroe CUT. Mo. a . i-ond-rUmi matter. THURSDAY. AI'RIL 11. 1901 For Cemetery. Your dollar for keeping Cern I etery Lots clean is now due j The sexton lias to be paid for I this work. I ask persons that own lots to please not neglect tins call. You will find me in our office ov r Wood's Drug Store. EtOBEUT E. LEAK. 18. Do your part toward making our city more beautiful. The people must have relief from the enormous high tarilT and war taxes. Now is the time to begin an Uation lor County School Su pervision iu Monroe County. We need more labor employ lag institutions in Monroe City. Let us go after them. St. Louis has started off on the right foot and will be in gouii shape for the World's Fair. Before buying harvesting machinery call and see the Buckeye Binders and Mowers. The weight of the Buckeye Binder is carried on two wheels all cumbersome frame...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 April 1901

x X X AT LAST x$ The Sunshiney Days of Springy fiX X ARE HERE X THE NEXT THING IS HOUSE CLEANING. We are ready! Not to clean house, but to show you new Carpets, Matting, Linoleums, Art Squares, Rugs, Shades, Lac Curtains, Door Pannels, Draperies, Upholsteries, Etc. Our recognized leadership in this department is sufficient assurance to our customers as for as Prices, Quality and Styles are concerned. J. 15. Gray received a car load of stock sheep. Iticjcle for Sale. A high oracle Bicycle. Dr. W. T. Retledoe. The P. E. O. ladies will give mt a Chrysanlhemun show some H time during the summer. Miss Maud Wine, of the Gem City, came over Saturday to spend a few days with the home folk. 8 Brussels, ffl Moctaetts and Velvets All Wool Ingrains from 50 to (5jc Ex. Super. Cotton Chain 4")C Brussells Tap Brussells Velvets Ax minsters 50c 7c 85c i)0c Unions Granite good quality :i.")c 25c Natures We have the largest assortment of China and Jap Mattings ever shown . in our town. Five Thousand Y...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 April 1901

Itfiiiitiful tlomeof tlicAuctcnts. Excn vations ut Pompeii OH an unprecedented scale are con templated by the Italian gov ernment, and it is expected that within the next few years the entire city', oi which only a small fraction is as vet uncov ered, wl!l he resurrected from j the volcanic pumice and ashes j that overlie it. Recently a fresh part of the ancient town ! has been disclosed by spade and i pickax, comprising many houses of beauty hitherto unequaled. and this discovery has lent fresh stimulus to the spirit of research. The architectural and artistic i treasures thus unearthed are being inclosed in plate glass, so as to protect them against dep redation by vandals, while ex posing them to view. Mean while nothing is given away or Bold to anyone not even to a foreign institution of science because Pompeii is a unique show place, and it is deemed . . . , . . proper that people who want 10 see its wonders shall come to Italy for that purpose. The Naples museum has thousands ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 April 1901

WALL PAPERS A Great NewHpapor. (Continued frontpaged) Tlie Sunday edition of The ! smal1 and they looked not un St. Louis Republic is a marvel a: Wall Papers of the Latest Designs and Most Delicate Tints. Paints, Oils and Varnishes, The season for renovating the interior and cxverior of our homes has arrived and I am fully prepared to of modern newspaper enter prise. The organization of its news service is world wide, complete in every department; j in fact, superior to that of any other newspaper. like oriental houses of todav. In case of a rich man's dwelling most of the house was taken up by courts, colonades and gar dens, the sleeping rooms being arranged along the sides usual ly, while the kitchen was put cost. You will find an elegant assortment Toilet Goods X of supply all of your needs at a very small j 1 V jg at the North Main Street Drug House and if you are sick and want prescriptions filled or Pure Drugs, the place to find them IB 1 I : i p 1 1 1 . I In I l.t I... 4,. Th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 April 1901

Monroe Stock Sales! LOOK OUT FOR Saturday April 13, 1901. f i I Correspondence. 1 Stock sales will be inaugurated that day at llie liny s Hayden biim 1. wbere it will bring top prices. Simlding-Havdenb.ini La-l your stock a nil bring it 5s R. F. Hixson, Clerk. V. T. Youell, Auctioneer. k - - - I Real Estate A -0 U iAnd Loans. : t 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. X D. R. Davenport R. E. Lear, NOTICE! All parties indebted to the late firm of Raney & Saunders are requested to call and settle their ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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