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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 February 1899

The Last Month In Camp. The final ; ly a ticket office In Company 0. i IVRT Pmi , unrBa month of service ball wai a scene of busy I ui. ui-. t will always be remembered by the afternoon of the 10 th. o,' bmnodfuinff olwict, Uthe members of the 4tll Mo.. Vol's. As soon an the hnv pm Kt of relative nod Mauds la Pat. Oil Jan. kh the Colonel re- paid they would ceivd telegraphic Instructions towards town in Mi.!.- lift , Hall t .,,,1 ui BiucnrUi iviw from l..lurimHMi I , i!,r,,.. (.' - "re '"'- MIsa i 'i mwi i-v i vvmwnin nun ikai hurry t vvos Off to Hiunin, i'i flrat of ;li . Mi-. Kmtnult Cor u prepare lite regiment to be to last out so at the time of our mustered out of the service. To leaving, the camp had a very spent the Bret of th Ray the i e.vs was received with desolate appearance for a de- brother and a Mend ulndtiesg would ! mitflmr it tail fritm tli ;.h, Kin ..i Creek. -...r, fc ,. W .....,-.-,, (I . very mild I'. Just Imagine the ready at work tearing down the .. .rM dlu m :...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 February 1899

THK DEMOCRAT W, J. ROUSE, Editor. K. F. HIXSDN. City Kit. Terms. $1 Per Year. Mttfla . mud -l BMMtof THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1899 Trusts throw many persons nut of employment. We do not want a big stand j In x army and navy t- force th i V nn rt .'1 to become elvihscd. There is something wrong frith a cf'illatlon which makes .. many paup r In a conntr) , witli hucIi (;r.iit natural re eourcea as hai the United States. The D ;mocra1 party Is the jt.irty which gives the people iin economical government In every case when it is In f"'1 control. nr Republican friends cannot say a much. The plain pc pl do not ask for iaws that are unjust. It I the favored few who as foi cla legislative and our Re publican friends give It to them to tii- great detriment of the plain i pie. Mi4 niri endorses the pa tri ollc course taken by her two iible s malors i:i the L". S. Con gress on the questions of the war with Spain and the ratifi eatl m of tin treaty. Missouri ha i a delegation in Congress of which any...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 February 1899

h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h M h li 1 FARMERS: ii h h h h h h h h h h h li h h h h h h h h h h h h jAJ 1 0H00 IT HAS BEEN MY OBJECT IN BUSINESS ALWAYS TO BUY THE EST GOODS THE HARKET AFFJ And Having had the experience can ive my patrons the advantage jf 1 now have Complete Stocks ot - - - Collins. Morrison- Bradlav, Moline Plows and Cultivators; including RDS 00eI Oil . ' '.1 lui n w r the Genuine New Departure Cultivator, manufactured by Pattee Plow Sg Co,, Moline and Brown Corn Planters, Harrows, Etc, Also the j5 Janesville Disc Cultivator. If you arc in need of a Baggy, Surrey, Road Wa on, or anything in the vehicle line it will pay ycu to inspect my line as my Prices Defy vi" Cc-nociidon, COOK STOVES. The Bridge and Beach, Superior, and Charter Oaks arc by far the best Cookers made. A.- JjECS-IEIR THE LEADEI i Msf.S0XW.irt Col. W. P. Bush cried ;i sale j James Barrett, of Paris, died for Win, Stitch, near Paris, I 0f apoplexy at 9 a. tu. Sunday. Tuesday. Mrs. W. li. B...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 February 1899

l'UE DEMOCRAT Sewing Machine oil and need lesat VAai.kkks. the jeweler. Pate Basttan. f Billet, was Attending to business In tins w. I. R0U3B, K. F. HIXSON, Bdltor oille Noien lias moved from city Friday. MONROE CITY. MO. City, Editor near Indian Creek to the old home olace south of the city. Oculist Mo. and Dr, Hornback Aurist. Hannibal ;. to R. Manning Walker's for 18K wedding rings. The Nicaragua canal bill was knocked out In the lower house after a fierce light Win. Blliei Is. of Audrain county, was the guest of friends iii this vicinity. Saturday. W. T. Ragland was attending to legal business in Palmyra, Thursday. Mrs. Christopher Davis was the guest of relatives at limine weld the latter pari of the week. John Fahy, one of the thorough-bred Bryan Democrats, of Huntington, was in the city on business, Friday. Titos, Ireland, made a busim city. Friday. Major Maddox. nf Shiel in the city attending to n ess, Friday, Elunnewell, trip to tiiis WilS busl- o THE TURNER DRUG CO. is now...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 February 1899

is a is export- iYSTERS Ciims of Thought. To truth's house titers hi tittle uoor, winch etice. Taylor. It is not etlOOlfll for us to sow it) the morning, In the evening O stcrs, Paw, Fried or Stewed, we must not withhold our hand. I United Presbyterian. : Celery, the whitest and most Lharacter tn bounded on inr north by sobriety, on tin.' cast iiy Integrity, on the west by in dustry) and on the south by (gentleness. it is iii il.e length of patience iv nd endurance and lorebearance that tnucli of what is goo I in mankind and womankind la shown. Arthur Helps. Kep your conduct u breast of your conscience, and very soon your conscience will be ilium' Ined by the radiance of (lod.- V. U. Taylor. I). I). a.: not diverted trom your duty by any idle reflections the silly world may make of you; for their censures are not ill your power, and consequently should be no part of your con cern. Epictetus. If thou seek rest in life, how wilt thou then attain to the ev erlasting rest? Dispose not t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 February 1899

The : Racket. THIS WEEK WE WILL SELL Ail Calicoes at :-jac. Good yard wide Cotton ;ic Bleached Cotton 4c. Children' Mitten Small Bise -8 cent. Children's Underpants 10c, IC and 20c fiiality 5c. 800 naii- Shoes to close at I, iinii oil r-giil.tr price. Ladies 10c (leece hose at 5c. Ladies and Misses extra heavy ribbed liose 15c and :J'c qualityt at loo. Groceries; 17 lb. Granulated Sugar 2 lo. Soda 13 lb. Hominy lb. Pried Apples j gallon jars Lyon Ccrffe Arbuc j Piut Tin C:is .Extra lar;,'- wash ba in Always 100c worth ol ifcr 6-1.00. a oo t prli ate qAIm to praotws some new pieces. Tho manben arc: Leo K. Davis, Plum Colvert, Will. Owen and Kable Baker, anl Jas. .1. Fltapatrldk. Tho mi raters of the Warren Baptist church rc making arrangements to remodel their church this spring. Thos. ('Moon la moving to town. He will occupy What is known an the Vernon Davia property Arch Rtghtmyre was h town Batar day i on business. WEST b"NU NOTES. Mr-. V.'. II. Tucker and little boy of Ifannlb il...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 March 1899

i MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 11 Devoted to the Interests of Marin, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1899 NO. 48 The Si lex Index has again Changed hands. Leech Urn's are the purchasers and from the ap pearance Of the paper the gen tlemen understand their business. City Election. The city election is booked for Tuesday, April 4th. the reg- Saturday morning neither Democrats nor Republicans could be found on the streets ot Monroe City, they were all Mid dle of the-K aders. the ice converted them. C. P. Smith, editor of the La clede Blade, paid thus office a fraternal visit Saturday after noon. Carl is an boy and deserves success and is meeting with it. H. M. Clark entertained Messrs Frank Smedley. of Chi cago. Dr. W. B. A. McNutt, J. L. O.ven. J, L. Lyon. A. Boul ware. Mr. Fry, of Shelbina. B. G. Moss, 4. Jaeger and H. C. E lide and wife. Monday even ing. As they all know how to enterta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 March 1899

MY MOTHER. Shine one I love cotnei hack to i wuii every u ntle face I see Dcncath each wave of ofs gray hair l ice inj own dear mother there, With every kindly glance and word ft leemit us II I mflst have hoard ller speak, and telt her lender gaze Win. the low of olden day. Then I am moved to lake hor hand, n 11 be now l undcrstai i ffow tin it she (jrow beneath tin strain 'if f.' ling; every lavod ono'i pain! o further burdens n !! she bear, The promlae of that land more fair Vlonc could tempt bur from hcrchjldt nd now if I could kocp her h o sacrifice would Li- too dear. No tempered winds forber too mlldj fheti I would smooth and klsa her face ml by her aide lake my old place And -on my yean and care away, i ili luk if i could r i h r touch nce more, it would nol matter much How Runny or bow dark 1 1 day. rhe tear I have ? long repressed Would lose ilmtt aehp upon her breast i love each mother that I ". That brings my own so near to m : l'"..c though I never more may frame rfpon m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 March 1899

Wit And WivJom. Tbe stern mm isn't always behind in business affairs. - Chi CaffO Daily News. Farmer - ''What are you doing in my apple tre?" Thief Excuse me -I just fell off a balloon." Fliegende Blaetter. STUDY 'Missouri missoumans. No sovereign state In the America u sisterhood lias so in structive and entertaining a story of growth, development and progress as has the imper HISTORY, Reduced Rates to Hot Springs, Ark. CSS)'S5,SiSs The Wabash Line lias on sale Iff T I IU Old men go to a great deal of ial state of Missouri. The usual trouble dying their mustaches, history, written for library or considering that they fool nelth- choul by a denisen of Massa- -r wom n nor death. Atchison cllttsetts or of the middle states, Globe. wonder what makes him lean back so far?" "Him? He's bad military curvature of the spine ever since he gol not of the army. "Cincinnati fiSnquir er. First Alderman -if v.-e vote for tdis hill we shall never have another chance to hold office." Sec.. ml Alderm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 March 1899

pa dm r n c i ni i n I el i ...J I lI IT HAS BEEN MY OBJECT IN BUSINESS ALWAYS ri i BUY THE BEST GOODS THE HARKET AFFORDS B And lavinu had the experience can give my patrons the ad v: titage of IWltV W'lA ll i 1 I I I t . . I , . SImi .V f OP" i hum mi i v viiiinjuj L'tuvna " p5 Collins, Morrison, Bralday, Moline Plows, and Cultivators including SH the Genuine New Departure Cultivator, manufactured by Pattee Plow HH Co,, Moline and Brown Corn Planters Harrows, Etc Also the Janesville Disc Cultivator. If you arc in need of a Buggy, Surrey, Poad Wagon, o anything in the vehicle line it will pay you to inspect my line ss my Prices Defy S Competition. COOK STOVES. The Bridge and Beach, Superior, and Charter Oaks arc by far the best Cookers made. fe&W JEO-IEIR THE LEDEIR;.. THK DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. -I Terzn, $1 Per Year. 1 tutored at tbe postoflloc at Monroe City, Mis souri, as Muond rirt.H matter. THURSDAY, MAR. 2, 1899 Jefferoon City Letter. Reso...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 March 1899

sCARPETSI SDo You Need Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Win dow Shades, Luce Curtains, Portiers, Swiss Muslins, Silkolines, or anything in House Furnishings. Our Slock is : : : UP-TO-DATE : : AND : : PRICES LOWERS Than You Can Buy at OTHER TOWNS Ma 1 1 i n J4" 2i to Sac Good Two Til read Granite Ingrain Carpet jc Good Style Three Thread Granites 80c " Union, Part Wool Itfc " Half Wool 45c " All Wool 55c Cloth Window Shades 25c Clotli Window Shades, Fringed, 80c Full Oil Shades Fringed ii5c, 40c and 50c Good Brussels Carpet 45c and 65c Elegant Velvet Carpet, beautiful colorings and latest de. Biifns for 75c. Master Howard Wine, a gen tleman of leisure, left Friday morning fotf Macon City to spend several days with relatives. James Westhoif. of Lancas ter, Mo., is the guest of his cousin, Wrn. F. Westhoff and other relatives. i It will pay you to attend John Cleary's big sale Monday, March 8th. It was postponed because ' of the big storm of Feb. L'.'Jrd. Miss Martha Smith sued Dr. Howard S. L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 March 1899

TT 1 E DEMOCRAT W. ;. kOUSIi, - Cditor H. P. HIXSON, - City, Editor MONROSCIT Y, MO. Dr. Homback. Oculist, and Aurist. Hannibal, Mo, Sewing Mnchlae oil and need mat Wai.kkus. the jeweler. s. It Giilitaml made a busl- trip to Hannibal r rtuay, ne Id for w tiding rlngi John J'ilca shlpp d Manning walker Di in I Ceiling t week. in a car all If irons ( 'lii Sewing Machine in Uie world. R. Manning- 50 Ij. -st ; Too lata for last week. Tjo lilt! forlMttieek. Ent red into the beautifnl be- SHOTS FROM SHIEL Vondi ;it Monroe City, Feb. H, 1 Mr. a id Mis. Frcl Ootney, of near 1 1395), Mrs. 8. P, Wade truly Monroe Gitt vlnltod Jm. Hagar tnd to die was gain. Faith without fiu,,il- lMt "dJ Morday. questioning says: "He doeth all "Hoag Konjrwat nt hit usual pott ... , emn of bora, Sunday, thing well. In her girlhood ... Sn-viTiil from liciv :i'i,.(jiil tin iiro- and young life she was a cheer- nW;tnffat Kj, Mt ful, joyous disposition which Mm Ja M( (, mad.' her a universal favorite BnglevitUedaun...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 March 1899

V 1 t I).-' to Line, A rnnptnaker asks tin Graves of Presidents. Sun if' George Washington's grave n ... I I I. ,1 n ..f .... . . ... .. MSMItSI 111 n. v nntii.i'.i viu ii'MMmi ui iriitinit .lulturann'u nt Vlnntt. . the date line, or the imaginary Mount Vernorji Vn. moi line drawn to mark the change John Adams' at Quincy, Mails. PeiiseJiin md circumnavigators of the Follows the one f;i eightieth meridian, He adds that In- has been unable to find i lie date line on any map. (jity Directory CITY OFFICIAL. It Attorney lObe, ivll,. 'li.i; lol l.wvlll.. V:i HtJf Oltl . nir..! in. i city Trsssurti uurea ana i m...i: ...... t . i wuuica maim iiii m ai .tt in 1 1 ii'i iii iur ... i !! it. urange county, va. James Mouroe's at Richmond, Va. Street OotfimlMlAMf . AiiDRSMMMI First Ward J irmly; John Qutncy Adam.-.' at Quin cy, Mass. Andrew Jackson's at the Her mitage, 12 miles from Nashville, Tenn. Martin Van Huron" at Kin- Tlie date line does not follow tire one-hundred and eightieth r any oth...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 March 1899

-V I r WARREN. V.. tee pasted rhurtday going through to Bell vt 11c Thoraii v arren on buaineiti MIm Mn,v and Byrd Hawkerworo in town to-day ( Monday ,. Kd Vaalsndlngbani returned from California lat k, and surprised us iiy getting roarrlt d yesterday I 8un day; t a young lady r Philadelphia, Miss ( i;-;i Crlnmi closed a very Auooossful terra of school with an cx ' I bit Ion Friday night. The sugar camps arc open no with ' tit prospects for a swi et harvest, rim Mite Hoclety raette to-nurrow at (Tuesday) at Rev, .loins.. I.- an Interesting program lias i arranged for tin; occasion, i suppose there will bu another .'liny to report next week from the Movement of ihinys in tiiir vicinity. a. Morthlandi tin' Warron i chant, has put an extra pulr,of on his shoes ami will t il; part en the next rk; are beginning t (I hog day t. some extent) since Kcather has proven satisfactory predictions, p i Christian is buying chickens ,-ith the intention of going into the ii. ,t business, and ho is n...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 March 1899

vi O N ROE CITY DEM OCR AT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 1 1 Devoted to the. Interests of Mar'wn, Monroe and Halls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH J), 1891) NO. 4J This Week Our Grocery Specials Ail Kinds. Pearl Able closed his school ;ii Woodland last Friday. Price Young made a business trip to Palmyra yesterday. D. B. Sharp was in St. Louis 1 Monroe City and vicinity. yesterday. W. ii. Merrlman, of jMinne soto, is to be t!u census direc lor. A. I. Warner has been on tile sick list again, but is slowly im proving, J. M. Boulware was attend ing to business in the Future Great. Mondaj. J. H. Holiiday, oi Carroilton, Mo., lias been the truest of his brother. Rev. O. B. Holiiday. S. 1! Glililand made a bus! ness trip to the Bluff City, Tues day. 1 60 Bars Son p 1 Miss Anna House Is visiting 82 lb. H. P. Navy Beans 1 her friend. Miss Kate McCardell ; 40,0s. jar prepared Mustard at Columbia this week. 2 Cans Pears Monroe County. Te...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 March 1899

w la Iff 0 AND Wc Have Left the Old Year X W m m tu Caigiit mi will lie New One. m Our Bf, Pork and Mutton Is killed here, not shipped In, atid is Consequently, PKfiSH AND SWEET. ii you want something Choice, Juicy, Sweet ;iinl Cheap, Call and von will get it. OSCAR HAWKINS will have charge of the block. OUR GROCERY STOCK X At present, a it was in t'le part, UPTODATE Thanking you for past favors wc are yours liuly, Sharp & Donley, Nf Ml orderly and pushing j with the government ever to be ! Ttnrrn nrm -tth gate, he marched on ! settled if I can't certify that the K II I S SHH . Hh acred Inclosure J papers are lost?' posing open a through the until stopped by a dignified and indignant gentleman, who curt y inlormed him that be must remain outside the railing. 'Who in thunder arc your" demanded go. - am Coi, Swords, depart ment quartermaster.' It was reported afterward i They Make Big Money. Make it that the government had im peratively called upon go to settle up. and in answer h...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 March 1899

t Why Have a Gravel Road? Hints For Stockmen. Furnish the swine plenty of The Question arises, do vi control ourselves or are we con-, ft00 lry bedding. trolled hv some one else -are' Don't send diseased lioirs to our products all monopolized or market. It is of no use. do we have some say in the Feeding ground grain is more! At present we cerium-1 economical than feeding whole Cars to Hot Springs with but ut liitle to do In the LMain. one chanire of ears (In St. Lnulii Union Station). Hot Springs Is the only health matter? ly have 1 matter. II we raise more than' Remember that if hogs bunch Reduced Rates to Hot Springs, Ark. mSl'S'SS,(, j To Every Friend of - THE DEMOCRAT: The Wabash Line has on sale ninety-day round trip exclusion tickets, to the famous Hot Springs of Arkansas at very low rates. Through Sleeninir we oiiMime me once oi sucn ., ,r..i i.,.r f Iiau i,, .1,1,1 hp mniad articles as we may have tu sell'01Ji is usually low until the roads Don't let the horses stand in are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 March 1899

lFARMRRv ft 1 i LI 1 1 T 1 L-J 1 Iwi IT HAS BEEN MY OBJECT IX BUSINESS ALWAYS To BUY THE g BEST GOODS THE HARKET AFFJ And laving had the experience can x'ivc my patrons the ad van taffe :f RDSlt I now liavo Complete Stocks ol - - - I Collins, Morrison, Brad lay, Moliae Plows, and Cultivators including & I the Genuine New Departure Cultivator, manufactured by Pattee Plow pi? I Co,, Moline and Brown Corn Planters, Harrows, Etc, Also the H Janesville Disc Cultivator. 1' yo'.- arc in need of c. Buggy, Surrey, Road Wagon, or anything in ihz vehicle line it will pay you to inspect my line as my Prices Defy SgST,. Competition. CCCK STOVES, The Bridge and Beach, Superior, and Charter Cbks arc by tar the best Cookers made, o-SO-E '3Rm TZEEIE3 LE-A-IDEIR,. fiii T 1 1 K DKMOC RAT W, J, ROUSE. Editor. R, F. HiXSON, Cy Editor. Term: Kniiirod fit tbo pOHofllce At Monroe Cltf . Mlt siKirj.as looond clftfl luartvr. A man c bright, iij to-date sc liool should in all cases be elect- county sciioo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 March 1899

1 V Ji L. Mom is spending tli Week at El v. J, J, Lanlui made n business tri,, to Palmyra Saturday. E SoHacr '1899 J, H. Willis. ife aodMlss fc: " May spent Monday with Qnincy 2E i rlcnds. NEW CLOT Wood made a business Z i trip t'i w od1and Friday. L. C. Saunders was attending John McQlUMBUlii ol St. Louis lias been the guest of the borne folic at Warren. I. 1'. Stephens was attending to business at Ely the first of the week. 2J t HI I c a o re - u- ' "dinners was atlemlwi ill IT Pg io99 41 Uo business in Qoi . Mond IlilS U 2 ' hav ' a nil For Men, Boys and Children. i is rarnts lor :. P. McCarty '.lie. Apply Rev. .1. H. Riffe returned from his southern trip Sunday after- iioon. L C. Saunders spent Friday " "9 niirhl wltn i ! i . !i mI .,!.- iui W J 4.1 x a rr . r ttr . navt nidae uie greatesx eriort oi our htc to have the J x l i . - . . 1 os. iiiv , or i.i ti l". UiVt'K ctsi aiocK ana lowesi prices we ever had. Come in and waiueu, ou woou choppers my place soutii of the city. J. L...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 March 1899

riin:i)r;M(KiiT w. ;. ROU5I3, k. F. HIXSON, Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. lr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal) M. A Boll ware took in the I 1 -1 IT 'itv Friday. Marion County. Joseph McClintic. of Marion County, lias dropped the road overseer business because his County Court has been guilty of the same irross error tlial a la working ten carpenters on former Court of Monroe was. the new business buildings. Sewing Machines (22,50 best in the world. Sewing Machine oil arid need esat w a f. ic kus. the jeweler. c. P. Fowler was attending to business in Palmyra Friday. W. L. Bond, the contractor. J 1 BV A REMJVED R, Manning Walker. .7. L. Tewell,, of Welch, I. T., wanted the home news, so sent Manning Walker'l ' for the Democrat. Many thanks. 1 K wedding rings. W, Mn ia-.i vvei'K t tO tO R fw O. Foreman spent ith relatives at Elv. .Jasper McClintic purchat finij bay coach hrrse from eph McClintic, Thursday, I a trotn South Carolina where he Jos- took and sold a car load o...

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