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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 May 1901

Carpets, Carpets, Carpets. Our many years of experience in the Carpet bushes is not only worth something to us, hut worth a great deal to you who are going to buy a carpel. l'e have found in thesi years what mills produce the Carpets thai wear better and give satisfaction to the consumer. The Quantity we handle enables us to give you a : : ; Larger Assortment To Select From And At Lower Prices Than Most Merchants Our exceedingly large business in this department this spring leaves some short lengths in all grades ot carpets, home pieces are enough for medium sized and small rooms that we will sell at very low prices. The same increase ot business in this department was the cause of several new rich patterns being added to our stock. Highest Market Price Paid For Wool Clip, - JNO. J. ROGERS. - mmm 4&S!Sl .wvv jixiSSk jmBi l?Si m.!sS& - m To J. B. Settle for Strawber ry Plants. ! Sewing Machine Needles and i Oil at R Manning Walker's. . P. Stephens lost a good horse a few days...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 May 1901

The Statue '1" In- marble wait", Immaculate hihI rude: BgtMa It stands III sculptor. In dreams. 1 Wi'h vague, chaotic forms, his vision teems. Fair shape pufMH him, only In elude Ati'l mock his eager Hattejf, LIllVl of grace And heavenly beauty vanish, and, behold! on) through the Pariah luatar, pure and oold, OImci Uit wild honor of a flcvll'ifaoa. The clay is ready (of the modeling. Tnc marblo waits; bOW beautiful, how pttfa, Thnt gleaming inbataiMs, Mid it shall anduia When dynasty Md empire, throne nul king Hon aramblad biutk to dust Wall may jrou pause, oh. sculptor artist: awl, before thai mute. Fttshtpen surface, stand irresolute! Awfit indeed, rv art'i nncnaiiflnfla Tin- thing WW faabloa out of MttMlM clay. TrMlforme I to marble, ibnll outlive your lame And. When no more is known your race, or name Montball bo moved by what you mohl to-iiajr. We all are suutptan. lly eaoh "t and thought. We I inn till) model. Time, the artisan. Standi, with his chisel, fMhtonltig the Man, An...

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. — 2 May 1901

PAPERS X I Oils and Wall Papers of the Latest Designs and Most Delicate Tints. Paints, Varnishes, The season for renovating the interior and exverior of our homes $ has arrived and I am fully prepared to supply all of your needs at a very small jj cost. f A." X You vill find an elegant assortment of Toilet Goods 2 I X 9. I House and if you a: c sick and want prescriptions at the North Main Street Drug filled or Pure Drugs, the place to find them Jt JV is at-w 1 I A. K. RUTLEDGE, Cerk. I J. J. FITZPATRICK'S Imported French Coach Horse I QUADRILLE 2002. Dark brown, right Jiind foot white, and little white op. both front feel; foaled A.pril 10, 1894; bred by M. Le- baudy, Calvados. France, sired by the Government Stal lion Lucifer. 1st. dam, Mauviette by Stade. 2nd. dam. Retina by Acquila. 3rd. dam. Elisa by Hippomene. 4th. dam, Arjjente by Normand. 5Ul dam, Miss Annette by Noteur. 6th. dam. Victoriense by Umber. 7th dam by Abrantes. Will make the season at Perry Maxwell's .barn east l...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 May 1901

czcz THE RACKET TM week we are showing -m)- pretty thing la M ill In ular 5.00 hftti (oi W. i0 nnl WJW, Sailors and walking J.Vj. s.V: ti I1.4H iv. Ileir 1 Han I9n. Wiihh loods. Lawn- and Dimities prutt.v sty. I. !i to iMd yard. White loods 6 to -Oi: yard' Beat brand Calloossc. yard Ladies taped neck Vi'sti Ladles taped Deck and sleeve Vest 16 piallty 10. and 124 UlU ) T.HIKS Bvaporated apples lb. I'xti-a prune 5o ll. 1 lb can bi'ri baklnu powder Ifia R Hi extra tint- peaches -" Good syrup 2oo gal. A ll good coffee 11.00 for Low Price. ?C S. CHRISTIAN. : cider. Gi-C WOOL! WOOL! HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID AT A. BOULWARE & SON MONROE CITY, MO, 9C Follow S THE 1 Crowd And you will find that Williamson $ & Rill's 8 BIG DEPARTMENT STOReI Is the place to save money. 09. w f (ui ouwniug i iji line Wash Dross Goods, Ginghams, Dimi-K ties, Lawns, White Goods, Curtains,?? and Draperies. Table Linen, White Quilts, Embroideries, Ladies Stylish X Shoes and Slippers as well as a large O as...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 May 1901

V Monroe City Democrat. w i 1 VOL. 14. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, HAY 9, 190I. NO. 6 Mayor's Report. To the Honorable Hoard 'of Alder men of the City of Monroe, Mo. Gentlemen: I bug leave to mbmitmy annual report from May 4th. 19(H) to May 3rd. 1!K)1, inclusive, in accordance with the ordinance concerning the Mayo:'. RECEIPTS. It. EC, Pr. and.MdH. Tax 2.101.8:) Railroad Tax 155.98 License 1.247.00 rY Hack Tax Penalty Poll Tax Dog Tax Fines Old Lumber Hold Kent Council Komn Hell. J. P. Borrowed money from V. M Rank Balance in Treasury May 4, 1000 Total EXPENDITURES. Streets and Alleys Police and bdt;. prisoners. .. Officers salaries Lights Electric Vivo Department Printing Wells and windmills.. Relief Itent Council Roomi Elections Public Square Small l'ox Incidentals Paid F. & M. 13ank Balance in Treasury May 3rd, loot 176.61 2.1.02 32.50 20.00 .103.00 4.25 50 1. 000.00 195.11 15.260.60 543.00 587.15 014.00 100.30 80.80 60.50 101.00 20.05 00.00 20.88 102.80 404.17 242.00 1....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 May 1901

THH DEMOCRAT VV. J. ROU8K1 Editor. It, Ft HlXSONi city Editor. TBRMS, $1.00 Pl: VhAK P. B Dunn and wife of Shel by ville, spent Friday in the city with Mrs. Dunn s lather. orotn er and sisters. Uncle Sain lias another scan dal on at Manila. This time it la h mp. How would it answer to work it up into a neck tie- j party? Mrs. W. R. P. Jackson was' called In the bedside ot her husband's mother last Wednes- . ut'unitiir Mr .l:n-lriiiii hflft 'H J ' vupiik, a...... w ... been quite ill in Shelbina for several weeks. If Harvard is ' h I bent" on making McKinley a doctor of something, why not make him a Doctor of Tariffs? He has f you want a lunch f,ro to earned the title in the Porto V Son's restaurant RiCO jugglery. Entered m IDS poit offlccat Monroe City, Mo. !. Ia matter. THURSDAY. MAY 9. 1901 For a nice dean, easy shave call on H. E. Foley. Please bring your work to me. H. Krigbaum, Jr. at Rogers. Lumber, lime, hair. Paints and Oils. C, D. EVBRHARTACO. pply to ."i !l Hani For Rent M...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 May 1901

From China. Shanghai, March 22. 1901. The Missionary Home. Dear Father: Yours of Jan uary 28, came to hand some time ago It lias not been answered sooner simply because ever since receiving it I have been out on a preaching tour. I was away from home just two weeks. And as I was in a boat most of that time I wrote no letters. Have been able to do a great deal of preaching lately. Bap tized one last Sunday. My work is in a miserable condit ion. The representatives of the Dowie movement are doing every thing tbey can to destroy my two churches. They have about suc ceeded with the one at Huchau and it remains to be seen how much they can do in the other one. Thev go about the thing openly. They have said that their purpose is to take all my members. And their method of doing it can not be improved upon. The Chinese are covetous if they are anything. II ap pealed to in the right way they may be influenced to become christians even when it is not to their advantage financially to do so. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 May 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. it, P. HI X SON, City Editor. II.KMS, $1.00 PER YEAH Kilter, t the poat (ifllcc at Monroe City, a scroiil-laa matter. Mo. THURSDAY. MAY 1901 M.K.&T. Time Table. TRAINS aotJTII. No lri.FssBt'ngcr I'lver 11:03 a tl-Awoinm'lation 11:18 Ml. - Local Freight ":li a m 3 APf'inniodnMon two P m I Bullalo to Kaiisai City flyer MA p n trainu NOhrB. 16--raKiciiKcr Fiver 4:' Ba IB-l'aiseiiRur W P t8S" Local KrclRht I:'''P glAtcoinmo liitlon Mi nni h Kanm Cltv to BalmlO Fiver lir.4 ptn (Dally eSMpt Sunday. Others Dally. K. II: BP.Mllt. A (tint. S. K. Emery and his better half me in from Ely Saturday to do some trading with Hie merchants of the Queen ol the Prairies. There arc beauties and beau tie-, but there are none to say them nay in the contest ol beautiful II. its and Millinery If you think there is. then call and see my line and you will change your mind. Miss Trmc SWINKEY. Hon. Samuel North came in from his farm Friday and re ported the work of the sto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 May 1901

nza m m m m m 1 m Ui m 444 m m Hi m iH W IH m f m w NEW WASH GOODS. rPvl UR ii,ie wasl1 S'ood5 tllis season consists of Dirai lyj ties, Lawns, plain and fancy Batistes, Foulards, Vtftgp Mercerized Zephyrs, Ecru Batistes and numerous other tabrics, which we are offering to you at remarkable low prices. It is the finest line ever brought to Monroe City. Come early and secure the pick. :::::::::: SHIRT WAISTS We have the finest line of white and colored waists in North Mo. A beautiful line ranging from 50c to $3.00. FANS Everything new and up'tcdate from 5c. to $2.00. Come and see for yourself. MILLINER We have anything you may desire in the latest hings in head wear. Big Bargains For You Hi m m Hi m Hi m Hi m 444 m 444 m 444 m 444 444 SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK OF Embroideries. 156 Pieces to Select from and every Piece a Bargain Prices from 2 U2 up to 40c. save Now is the time to X Embroideries. money X on Williamson & Bull. Men styles in the celebrated Walk-Over shoe for men at Roger...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 May 1901

Then ll Woke, U. J 1 1 Saturday afternoon last the emerxency reporter drowsi ly drew his chair close to one Of the (tided steam radiators and idly began to draw (reomet rical figures on the same while he figured on how much of a hole it would make in his wages to send her a birthday gift con Bitting of an American Beauty rose for each year of her life. Thus he was engaged when one of his friends, a well-known official of the government print ing office, crept up behind him and touched him lightly on the shoulder Sh-sh!" hissed the official, holding up a warning linger. "Are we alone?'' Sure." rep.ied the emergen cy reporter. ' The bunch have knocked olT for the day- I'm only hanging around In case anything big enough happens to warrant an extra " "No danger anybody running in on us here?" said the well known official ol the govern ment printing office, with an air of anxiety. "Nobody but the sweep-up woman's liable to cut In," an SWered the emergency reporter, looking the well known...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 May 1901

M Km I WALL PAPERS a: a; a: . a Wall Papers of the Latest Designs and Most Delicate Tints. Paints, Oils and Varnishes, The season for renovating the interior and exxerior of our homes has arrived and I am fully prepared to g supply all of your needs at a very small cost. I You will find an elegant assortment Toilet Goods of I i 1 A A at the North Main Street Drug House A and if you are sick and want prescriptions 1 f!11J D TV... l 1, 4- fJJil mica or x urtLirugs, uic piav.c iu miu iiiem is at'' M 1 J. J. FITZPATRICfCS A. K. RUTLEDGE, Cerk. i I Imported French Coach Horse QUADRILLE 2002. I i Darl brown, right hind foot white, and little white OP. both front feel; foaled April 10, 1894; bred by M. Le- $ bandy. Calvados, France, sired by the Government Stal- 1 lion ljiiciter. 1st. dam. Mauviette by Stade. 2nd. dam. Regina by Acquila. I!rd. dam. Elisa by Hippomene. 4th. dam. Argente by Normand. ."' h dam. Miss Annette by Noteur 8tll. dam. Victoriense by Umber. 7th dam by Abrantes. Will ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 May 1901

IV nrren. Its of ilckties"", Haii toll Monday whMi u inueh i needed. Rev. ItMUIIIBR tilled Kev. Callo way's appointment the Sunday nigllt. otii ttouM Is recovering From a very MVeTQ spell of pMttlB nia. After an illness of but A few days, of pneumonia Mr. B. P. Vannoy died last Monday morning. Besides a wife anil four sons and tone daughter be leave! host! of friends to mourn his death. !! -was an hottest up right and highly respected ottixen. Funeral services were eondu ted at the house at two o'clock Tuesday The former put In last week plow (OH and planting corn. Little Alvln ton oft I). MoOIm son is very sick at this Writing. William Terrlll about 65 year of go who has been an invalid for a number of year died last Friday night. Be leaves a wife and seven children t mourn his death. The funeral was conducted by Rev. Chenn Ing at the liaptist church Sunday. Joanna, The farmers are busy planting corn. U M. Proctor and wife, of Monroe City, were pleasant visitors at Oak land Sunday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 May 1901

4 Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, HAY , 16, 190I. NO. 7 Ttoen Not Favor Convention. In the Nevada Daily Mail of May 8th, there appeared the following letter: Jefferson City, Mo., May 7. 1901. To the Editor of the Mail: I am in receipt of your letter asking my opinion of "the necessity for another Pertle Springs Convention." In order that this question maybe answered intell. gently it is necessary, I think, to com pare party conditions in Mis souri now with those exist ing in 1895. In the latter year the Democ racy was confronted with a national administration chosen by Democratic votes, acting in open hostility to the convictions of an overwhelming majority of the party In this State. The party machinery, both national and State, was domi nated by the national adminis tration. In a large number of the counties of this State the party machinery was under the same influence. Then a great party principle was involved, with the masses of the party on one ...

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. — 16 May 1901

M K. & T. Time Table. 1 train sooth: No lVPaascnger Flyer 11:08 p m tl-Accommodation 11:38 a m J..I --Loral Freight 8:15 am H3 Accommodation fc.3 p m Buffalo to Kansaa City Flyer 4:43 p in trains MOhrH. 10- Passenger l iver. 4:V a n 22--Pasenger 2:57 p n J62--Local Freight 6:' 5 p 84Accommodatlon 5:18 am 8 Kaunas City to Buffalo Fiver immh pm (Dally cicept Sunday. Otheri Dally. E. B: 8PAII H Agant. u &kt. .Toe Time Table. WKIT. No 15 For Kansas City, St. Joseph Omaha Nebroskn, Colorado, Paelflo Coast, Irom St. Louis and Hannibal 10.1 am 41 The Burlington-Northern Pacific Kxprcss for Northwest Nebraska Mlnck II ilia, Wyoming, Montana Washington, Pnget 8ound, Port land, from St. Louis 1:02pm 55 For Kansas City. St Joseph, Kan sas and west from Chicago and and Quincy 2:03 am 3 Local Passenger to Missouri Klvcr mid west, from east 8:54 am 5 Nobrnskn, Colorauo Express, to St. Joseph mid west from the east .. fi.3(i pm "91 Woy Freight 10:10 am OOIMO EAST. 16 To Hannibal St Louis a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 May 1901

Kennneluer. Too late for Inst week. Mrs. Uessic Hat-'-, of Parr viiul relatives in this place last week. Misses Frances and Doris Turner, Neva Northam and Eva West, of Hannibal visited Mrs. S. Hornback Saturday and Sunday. Miss Hornback, of CJarcnce, is the guoyt of J. Clayton and family. She intends to make an extended -visit. J, V. Hobertson, of Huntington, visited frienos here the first of the week. Mrs. Joe Warren and son, Ned, visited in Ilentselaer Sunday. Ollie (ilascock, of Oeean Wave, visited Frank Tompkins Sunday. Charley Gentry, of Oowittl Wave, was in this vicinity on business Fri daj . Miss Kmma Glascock is attending the summer school in New London. Rev. G, W. Kitchen, of Center, held his regular appointment at Spald ing Sunday. I'M Gentry has been suffering for several days with fever. Everyone, l have not doubt, who reads the Itejjsselaer items would like to hear about our ptonlc aud it is my pleasure to tell you about it. It was to be the last day of school but on ae...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 May 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R, r'. HIXSON, City Editor. terms; $I,OOper year Kntered t the rout office at Monroe City, u .! ;' matter. Ho. THURSDAY. MAY 16 1101 Mr. and Mrs. George T. Rid i ill's have moved to Claries ville. Mo. Mr. Riding! will follow liis chosen profession, tlial of photographer. Charles Lasley and wife were fishing at the mouth of little North River. Saturday. They had a glorious time and caught a tine string of chanel cat bass and crappie. Shamrock No. 1 ha Shamrock No. 2 down in a trial spin and of course you kuow that Shamrock No. 1 was turn ed down by a Yankee yacht. The trader. Bert Wood, lias been at it again. He traded a ItiO acre Tike County. III., farm tor Jniucy property and then traded it for another piece of property in the Gem City. Rev. Boyd, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Union ville. lately said in a sermon; There is no ll I. if his salary bad been stopped the next morning we venture to s;iy he would have changed his mind New Bookn. Ad...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 May 1901

STHE CELEBRATED WALK OVER SHOES FOR MEN. v raw Durability, style, comfort and workman ship all combined in one shoe. A shoe for $3,50 and $4.00 any $5.00 shoe on the market. a: Moil's and boys heavy shoes made especially for hard service from $1.35 up. Every pair guaranteed. R Highest flarket R 0 equal All rips neatly sewed free charge, bust class promptly and neatly done g Hi Ml to Kibo ft An. J5 Patent eS7 Ideal x K,d J WW Dress M WMM. TRAUE MARK . B9 BQ. IS BRANDED () EH. ON EVERY "fjf W fckj Ml SI vie Shoe. v j ! 5 M I CPai n D fi moreflexftUthao ratent Itjatlier. Leather Louis XV. heel. Exact Reproduction of th! Pri e Paid for Wool. JNO, J. ROGERSi UMUUUUMkAJtfUlfVWU Wise Men Dip Into the Future. Wise Women Plan for Future Needs. H Exhibition and Sale of Spring and Summer Wash Fabrics. H We have a tantalizing lot of pretty Wash Goods -tantalizing because we can't 2J tell all about them in print. Printers iuk may tell the story, but it doesn't mm put the goods in their beauty be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 May 1901

Tin- !. Who Prt Made (OH. Napoleon Duilfflni .. Doty. Plrne Lji Sulla was years (hl when Ids lather, an ex-lieu-tetlant ill Ilia imperial Majesty's service, lold the boy the story Of his disgrace. The woo l -man and his moth-. erlesa sou were sitting, one twi light, before the door of their rude collage. The gloomy woods were close about them, and a few tods away a narrow but treacherous mountain i strettn went rushing and foam ing over ha If -concealed r There was but a gentle breeze I stirring in the tree-tops and the faint chirping of the birds as they smuggled down in their at nes is. Pierre." said his father, laying a Inml affectionately on the boy's shoulder, "you are old enough now to know why we live alone here in the woods in stead ol ill .1 bustling town: why I wield an ax instead of a broadsword: why my hair is white, though I am not old." ARE YOU READY a; for a; Your Spring Wall Paper? The Styles and Prices this Spring makes it easy to sell White Lead, Mixed Paint And Co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 May 1901

H I f I I I WALL PAPERS 6 v a: a; A. i I V A A -1 Wall Papers of the Latest Designs and Most Delicate Tints. Paints, Oils and Varnishes, The season for renovating the interior and exterior of our homes has arrived and I am fully prepared to supply all of your needs at a very small cost. You will find an elegant assortment of 1 ! Toilet Goods .9. at the North Main Street Drug House and if ycu are sick and want prescriptions filled or Pure Drugs, the place to find them is at-" j. J. FITZPATRICK'S I A. K. RUTLEDGE, Cerk. i Imported French Coach Horse QUADRILLE 2002. Dark brown, rijflit hind foot white, and . little white or both front feet; foaled A.pril 10, 181)4; bred by M. Le baudv. Calvados. France, sired by the Government Stal lion Lucifer. 1st. dam. Mauviette by Htade. 'Jnd. flam. Begin a by Acquila. 3rd. darn. Elisa by Hippoinene. 4th. dam, Aryente by Normand. 5ll dam. Miss Annette by Noteur. 6tli. dam, Victoriense by Umber. 7th dam by Abrantes. Will make the season at Perry Max...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 May 1901

IMPORTED JSC FRENCH COACH HORSE QUADRILLE 2002. X : j Dark brown, right hind foot wliite, aud little white on both front feet: foaleil April 10, 1'.'4; bred my M. Lehaudy, Calvados, France, sired ly the (Jovernment Stallion Lucifer. 1st da m. Mauviette by Stade. 2nd dam, Regina by Acquila. 3rd. dam. Elisa by Hippomene. Hh. dam. Argente by Nor mand. .t li. dam. Miss Annette by Noteur. 6th. dam, Victoriense by Umber. 7th. dam by Abrantes. TERM 8; To insure living colt 112.50. Will make the season at Perry Maxwell's barn, east limits of Monroe City. Mo. Directors: JOHN KENDRICK, JAMES SMITH, J. A BIXLER. ! x X ! ! Levy's Cash Clothing Store, f jST Why are we selling so many spring suits, it must be our prices. Come in and be convinced that our prices are lower than elsewhere. Look at our Black Clay Worsted all wool at $7.50, then take a look at the suits we are offering et $10.00. Then walk through and take a look at our BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S SUITS and I think you will be convinced in a...

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