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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, October 02, 1902, Image 7

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ICE! ICE!
STEPHENS is the man who has ice
for sale all the year round. He handles
the best quality. Leave orders at the
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Barber Shop Under the Hotel h
(S or Telephone 71 or 74. h
Are Yoo Trading at
Nichols'O
Grocery C
i
If not, you are not getting
the best groceries at the lowest
price. This we can easily
demonstrate if you will
Try Us One Month.
We want your produce and
will oav von mzrket itariee
f-
for same.
Q. M. NICHOLS,
Main & Summer Sts. MONROE CITY, MO
Lion
Coffee
Kn Have a 77-YR. RECORD.
WwfSPW btiilt upon tho strong fountu
m Mm tion of quality. The stock we
offer for fi.ll 19C1 and suring 1002 surpasses in qual
ity the product iv DAY FEFIf'H'T D0X 8nd pack free,
previous yean. YY lS I B8vJI'i I .guarantee (safe ar
rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. STARK Fih-it L'-flK free upon remiest.
We PAY CASH
CTAR
of all
O -aiaS '
Y
T. Rnilrlinir Panfir of al! Kind
rs and f)
I' AT REES' LUMBER YARD-
B rtugated carpH ier thai wi. ast tor years
fv in., I'usis ii IuiIh. T do tint lrtitf tor anything t rut f
r nist in m V limber vard I :iv ay this tit it you
I mav ! 1 1 u w thai I will ! hn undersold.
' KfMeci fill! v.J
BID. L. IRJEIKJiSL
OF
HEARST'S
Qfl8AC!0
Morning Evening Sunday
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THE EVENING AMERICAN has the lat
est news and the best editorials.
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is the most complete newspaper
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A.
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uuu. i o uui our pupus in Bi'euriiiK positions. You can enter at any tlnia
Write for particulars ; address, F. I.. KELLY, President, Hannibal, Mo.
Fur Tic
lift
W. T. YOUELL
Licensed
Auctioneer
MONROE CITY, MO
CROWNED KING
Edward, King of England; Alphonso, King of Spain;
Lion. King of Coffees.
Fit for any king; fit for you. Not glazed with any
cheap, noxious coating; never sold in bulk.
Ui.i.orm quality and fraahanaa are Insured br tba sealed puckas.
I
Satisfaction Guaranteed,
Headquarters at the Democrat
office.
Butler of Isaac Khan.
General Isaac Khan, minister
plenipotentiary from Persia to
the United States, is decidedly
cosmopolitan in his habits and
tastes. Eyen among his ser
vants at the legation several
countries are represented.
His butler is a Persian, but
the assistant butler is an Irish
man. One day the minister hap
pened to overhear a conversa
tion between the Irishman and
a tradesman.
The Irishman was discussing
the language spoken at the le
gation.
"Can you understand It?"
asked the tradesman
Not at all. at all."
the butler's assistant.
n,,iUri i uem think Oi do,
is t uat so?"
'It is so." lie went on
think Oi know the Persian gib
oci , -nand tnat Oi've thraveled
in their country, but the fact is
Oi've never been to South Am
erica in all my life " Saturday
Evening Post.
SOME BRIGHT JEWELS
Worth Beading from the Atlanta Con
stitution.
replied
but Oi
Toe)
G. M. Nichols & Co.,
FUNERAL 2
g RECTORS AND
I EMBALMEFS.
-a -i-
Have a nice and complete
line of caskets, robes,
etc . and can furnish any
thing in this line on short
notice at moderate price.
Mrs. Nici'ols will assist
in preparing bodies of
women and children. . . .
Handsome funeral car
will be furnished gratis
to those whodeal with us.
MAIN & SUMMER STS.
MONROE CITY, M0.,
Phune 25. Res. Phone 99.
Rapid Transit at the World's Fair.
It will cost $750,000 to con
struct and equip the rapid trail
sit system upon t lie World's
Fair grounds. The leuglh ol
the road and its blanches will
eight miles and it will enable:
the visitors to see the vast Ex - j
Lincii in i n i t 1 1 fa n iiltle-i t t ( l"H - 11 3 I
possible. The problem in plan
niiir, me lutra-mui al road has
been to place it where it would
Uut mar t ne beauty of the Ex
position. Eminent engineers
have been called into consulta
tion r ud all phases o' the pro
ject thoroughly studied, It is
believed the plan presumed by
Charles V, Westou or Chicag
comes nearest to a perfect solu
tion of the difficulty. Owing to
the varying altitudes of Llie
Mr Alfred Be. lie, whose
work has frequently appeared
in the Constition has this on
"Meeting and Parting:"
"A little plotting in a play;
A picture flitting here ami yon,
A little loving, and a bond
Sweeter than ever poem conn'd
So speeds the merry time away.
"A little sorrow and a dream;
A phantom Hying far and fast,
A little speck of sky o'ercast
With memoryjof something past
So shall a parting even seem."
O.ie of the "L.Uerary" bureaus
advertises: "Bad stories and
verses ma, le good, and placed
with reliable pub .shcr." That
takes the prize!
Independence in Literature is
a gr..U thing, in its way. but we
doubt il the following, from
Brother Martin Baddies, will
have a jsoothing inlluence on
the criticsofhis ver.-e:
"I care notfor the critics
Whateverjjtliey may .say:
The work that I have written.
It pleases tine today :
I And I don't care for the glory.
rtiough I'd like to have the
pay!"
It is good news to luartliat
Ernest McGatTev's "Love Son
nets to a Wife" nave ton nit o
u utuerous
ma ny frie
At I ant ix.
1 1
He has
ii. -.-s in.
ma
Through servic
BETWEEN
5T. LOUIS
H I CAG O
CANSAS Gil ,
R ibert Lovem in. of D.ttton,
Gi . is another American poet
whose work has received rec
ognition in England, Mr Zang
Wlll has complimented it in the
English reviews: while other
eminent English critics have
Exposition ground! the road spoken in high praise of it. Mr.
will be at times an elevated line
and i at ol er parts built at
yrade or be n the surface.
The trip on i tie intra-mural
will be one of Ihe most de
lightful 0 iversions Ut visitors
Lovemau has never essayed a
long poem, but his quatrains
and sonnets all bear the stamp
of genius.
to the Exposition. n '.
It is a pity '-fe is so brief;
for the Sweet b .. -er of Whit-
i sett would seem fTtm. the fol -!
lowing, to be short on nine:
There is no doubt that at If I just had time,
this time there is reason to be j I'd sin;- a rhyme
lieve that we have rfised more : That would shake the world
graiii in this country than ever j from clime to clime!
before. But we hear bad re j tiiIlt, lUes fiist
ports (in. all pan- of the An soon la naat.
country alu Ut damaged wheat j A,r just can-t gha,e . ;a. worla
oats, hay ;n d corn, and the
at last!"
AND THE
PRINCIPAL. CITIES OP
TEXAS.
BUFFET SLEEPER
AND
The trouble about this age,"
is that
FREE RECLINING
KATY CHAW CABS
DINING STATIONS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY
SUPERIOR MEALS,
Fifty Cmts
RAND-..: U ALLY
OFFICII.
t nrurn
"ICS ADAMS ST.CHUIAfia
prospect that llie corn will ie-
main green so lang that a por- i Our Whitsett brother ia not
t jn of it will certainly he j the only singer who das felt
CtugUtby frost. What ti do that way. Many have left the
m such an emergency is dii- J world witUOUC have shaken it
ticult fo advise. There is real- i at all!
ly but one thing to suggest.
That is to cut and shorlr i Iik !
(...... c u io - says a Georgia sage.
v U I il jkuv RSI ii (0 s i I . t j t ,
to do it. In fact, it would be 't s just wise enough to think
better cut a MtMe green tb.D " ?'!'U" lT
to be frosted. We hope nf CMded it had no wisdom at all!
course, that the frost will be j Get cash price on Hour at
late cominy; but it seems to be Sharp & Donley's.
a cool vear, and without a
change to the weather we mav i 0,1 0ct M' :d- 4Ul nd 5lh
have it now at any lime -Jour' excursion .tickets will be sold
nal of Agriculture. at one ,;ire tor the rou,ul lri to
points in me states oi :rcmg tn.
Fresh and Smoked meats of
all kinds at Balzer & Dirigo's.
They also want your poultry, ;br 2d. 1902. Get particular
eggs, etc. from Katy's Agent.
Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and
I Illinois with tinal limit Novem

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