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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 March 1899

v thers See Us. Advice to Girls. Hall Ctiitie, tbfl famous Eng. 1 Don't look around on 1 lie Someone la sure to oh 1 . City Director lish novel) that conntr) tour tllTO :.' 1 0 ml in Q n tl I Daily Chron in A ui"i ; pressloti" ci their count things In -:, "The que 1 n;ri f.y by tll cm . - people. ilk' to : of til,- V t tlOllPil : Artter'h than v No ot I attenii winner, does w play so ee sir serve it. and, in the city, an- Police Jiiil'ja mi-aIidI lias returned to after a lecturing Hie Unite;l .Suites, i noyar.ee is very apt to Follow Cle in the London I "hid rule is not a had one to he e, entitled "Life governed by even in the conn lie gives his im- try. The need of this warning Americans and of mite in illustrated in a conver- C1TY OFruiAI.1. u utorner liy 'li rk Uty Treasurer Colltctnr , Assoswr Street (totntntftslaner oth el' I t hid 'orlil Among s of us: in material pros means absorbs of the American j ould be impossl mong the nations nore readers t:i th imputation. And ll inlio...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 March 1899

WARREN. Tii farmers In ih's rlclnfty nr iiii; loU of trouble in getting .young Iambi through Uii- cold nap. Haturday v. as the dS) for the members of i!:'- BnptM hcnh lo U.i it to make arrangement '" r''' modal the church, but on Recount if tba Inclemency ' v.,- aeather the) postponed II.' rr, eotlng. j,. f. Thurmnn was itrlekoit with paralysis l it-1- Wednesday, and wo re sorry to ' writ! ig that - bM not Improved any yet. The Telephone Company will likely Jivmoro lines run Into tbn central office in a short time. Indications are that Warren will have . ilte a tele phone system In the near ful un. Mr-. Polltn Hawkins after spending :!. Mrlnter with her daughti r, W. Mcfllasson, of Warren! retui in Monroe t,'Uy Thursday. Dr. '.. .. Terrell ha been busy fo? the last week or twi. (. I. Cannon nay before ho rn to Warren t ; sir nam' wa lint since he has gol anion: ponple he haii changed hti 4 an- Non. W. A. Morthlnnd Mr Bring a collar anil ;- going to fij THE LATEST X I PATTERNS li STY...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 March 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. I Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marian, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subsection, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 1 1 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1899 NO. 50 Bert Wood and wife have been the quests of Jacksonville, III. friends. Miss Esther Couch, of Spal ding, has returned home after a pleasant and extended visit In the citv with relatives. Miss Anna Jackson has re turned from Lamar, where she lias had a nice, long visit with lier sister, Mrs. J. H. Wilson. It's a little too cold to-day, but as soon as it warms up a little drop In and see what your account is with me. B. O. Wood. We arc glad to state Omer Burditt is rapidly improving. He was suffering from an ag gravated case of appendiclts and Dr. A. W. Ely performed a neat surgical operation on him. Miss Pearl Balllet. of Hunne well. was in the city Monday en route to Fayette where she will taken three month's course in the arts. Her friend, Miss Nellie Brown, accompanied her...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 March 1899

r-m-r i'h i-t Xguinaltlo's Reply to the Wliiiej Man's Burdens! s.m oftny father) long haveyutl beB i roaming. The light 'i -Asia round lh) cradle gloaming! ThIw ! i Uie U'liiti- Mm" V bitrtkn, The colored man the resl hut earned. h iril.-n thromdi age Sit in l)l If It. Jin nn, tin Hlblt i llPUttttMl fi old : vim t iiinl (word, nit v r nnd (old; md'! dim ''"III. Man I lull I 'hnlli ii hi bag g since IlKrr " mi' tin wu I -.11 Suiii '. .1 country far 0 I ; . ii' mi's bird In their Willi Mini - burden, Ki I ii i iiiii'H dice Hi tlnwll 'v avarice, lav- (llld We Have Left the Old Year X AND Gandt u wi tie lew Ona. Our Beef, Pork and Mutton . rcr.the seas, -l life tt ,IM -'"11. ol Inir , iin you tn I. now bow . lii m Ti Hi ends ir lllM'lli'll nun ni'i enrrted but ! Ml man' ('iU'l'U)tl In (lolgotha mi lop of Ihe I . . Answer proud Helton, search history - mil. White Man'-, burden Is powder and idiot, Willi" Man'.- biirdi'n yon need not tell) U hiui Man' blessing tell: uli well, A needle in ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 March 1899

MISSOURI. Pi mo! n time kings the most emminent jurists of the nation, and it If obvious that lusions and should you go ancf cnncnU tlw- at lt.,l,.l.; II imtnemorially re-i such decisions could only be you WOUld be eUCOUfaged to be and rulers have rendered by wise and astute i lieve that Missouri's boasted over their dominions Jurist. Well, is this great law j has just dawned. The and do oveu to day. Queens making edifice in which we have j which Missouri cares are proud to have it said that assembled this evening worthy of its motto: "Salus populi su- they stand at the head of na lions. The Frenchman Is elat ! prma lexesto." If the supreme ed over the thoughts of his , w the safety of the people, passed away her great works vine clad homo. Once it was nen I say Missounans, we greatness way in for her many institutions of learning and charity demonstrates that, when this generation shall have To Every Friend of - THE DEMOCRAT: said to be a Roman was great er than a king. No doubt th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 March 1899

1 FARMERS IT HAS BEEN MY OBJECT IN BUSINESS ALWAYS TO BUY THE BEST GOODS THE HARKET AFFORDS And Having had the experience can give my patrons the advantage :f 25 I now have Ccmpletc Stocks ol - - - Collins Momson, Bradlay, Mohne Plows, and Cultivators including the Genuine INew Depar ture Cultivator, manufactured by Pattee Plow jgg; Co,, Moline and Brown Corn Planters, Harrows, Etc, Also the janesviiie ui5c wumvatur. T C . J J f - R.inrrrvr Qufrri7 l?rit WAMM ttM9t2Mf v7aUa1a Kim 1 r!lf . i . ( ' T T- r 'SJS-s Competition. COCK STOVES. The Bridge and Beach, Superior, and Charter Oaks arc by far the best Cookers made. THR DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. Terms $1 Per Year. Siltorod at tho potnfflce at Monroe City, Mi auurl. s second cla.s malr. tnm fund. There is over 2. 000,000 in the treasury. The Odd Fellows who are at the Capitol and the Odd Fel- lows ot jeiterson i ny nati a royal good time Thursday even ing. Many good talks were made for the good ot the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 March 1899

i '" ! To Our. FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, I X X We have just returned from the Markets where we purchased the largest and must complete stock of up-to-date, BOOTS SHOES AND RUBBERS, It has always been our aim to sell the best goods for the least money and we shall do the same in the future. Onr stock was bought for cash and bought right and we feel confident, when we say that we are in a position to save you from 15 to 50 percent on your shoe purchases. Our new stock has been arriving daily and we are ready for business in the SMITH ROOM. POUR DOORS NORTH OP MONROE CITY HANK, until our New Store is completed. Mr. A. Grimm, a thorough shoeman, and who has been with us for years, is still with us. We should be pleased o have you call and allow us to show you our new spring stock of foot wear. We desire to return our thanks to our Friends and Customers for their kindness and patronage in the past, and we assure them it is appreciated. Asking a liberal share of your trade which we shall alw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 March 1899

W. ROUSE, - Editor R. P. HIXSON, - City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. i Sewing Machine oil and need-; Rev. esat WALKEits. the jewaler. friend, J. E. Travis and his Rev. J. W. Lewis, are R. Peirceall. of Clarence, has f, Cnton' - . . . ., .. .. Mo., with Brotner 'Ira vis' par- mnveu nin i.imuy ih me cuy. Dr. Hornback. Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. Miss Olivia Brown was with Palmyra friends Saturday. Go to R. Manning Walktr'l for lK wedding rings. Mrs. E. Simpson spent Satur day and Sunday with relatives at Bly. par ents. Rev. Travis officiated at Miss Dora Lee returned from the marriage of hi brother. a pleasant visit at Woodland A. E. Travis and Miss Etta Ray at the home of the bride's par ents yesterday at noon. last Friday. Dr. B. S. Lincoln, formerly of Missouri City, has located in the Queen of the Prairies. Sewing Machines f 22,50 best in the world. R. Manning Walker. Mrs. Smelser, of is visiting her siste Bell. Stoutsville, . Mrs. J. W. Madison Nelson, City, was in the friends ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 March 1899

On January 17th. February r!irrt' V;,.lV0L'!,!t J""r" tli nml Ulst, Maroli 7th mil Ulst 'ny otlici: lomedy. for 1890 the Wabah will sell Home 'llome-Seekers Excursions Via The' August Flower. li w r lurprlelntf fact,' snvK Wahasn." j Prol Houtdo, ."that in my travels 'in nil DHVli (, the worltl. for tin- last ten years, have bint more neonle hav nut flower tunti uvanoiiala. deranmd llw and itotnneh, ntrd for c ii !. ; i : in I I. ,11 i litt.l It , 1 1 1 ' , i' i t j .,,,) Excursion tickets at laaleameti: or In noNnni n . ,,m,. , . r b V-HV rate of one flrst class fare phis positions, when; headaches And $2.00 for the round trip, to j (-"'n,'l ftl ,,ad ' fwlimra from Irregular points in Texas, Kansas, Arkan- b,u exiHt' ,hat 0reen' fJ' r ; rti i , T flower ia a j,M'nnri remedy It doe sas. lomsiana, O k a homa, Iowa. . , , XT 1 1""" not iiijun: ti; iyatetn by frequonl Mae Nebraska, Indian Territory, i ami i excellent for aour itomaoheaad Minnesota, Southwest Missouri! indigestion.'' Sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 March 1899

am Thp Ftarkpt I IIC . n dolNG l. THE LATEST A This week You will find cur house crowoed with new goods. Dross goods dcw dMiynet i 1 1 waltl patterns the neweat oolwai siioc- the beat for the noney. Lndloa oxford Ilea One Viol Kid latest toes, i loth or plain top black Or tan worth '1.X atl.7.". Ladies l."iO oxfords, at 11.88 The beat lint oxfords in town, flno Kid. solid leather neat coin too. Mena allaolld buekle ahoea tl.oo Mena all aolidbuokle ahoea the lest wearer In the market $1.28 Mena line shoes, coin or plain toon 11.23 worth ll.lfi ( 'hlldrcna lace coin too .' to S worth 41. no for PATTERNS Ifl STY j iSli districts. This, of courBe, will come ' before the annual school moetings of these district. Kvery legal voter j should five the matter thought and bo I ready to VObO intelligently. School I business la business that should not be neglected. Some children in these j districts have as far as four miles to a a; in x Wall YOU Carpets See our now lino ofcarpcta and you will ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 March 1899

Lrt MONROE City DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing (Jo., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. SubscriqAion, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 1 1 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1899 NO. 51 All Kinds. John and Master George Hir igo were Ha union I visitors yes terday. Choice Northern Seed Pola toes. Williamson & Ragsdale Mrs. LaPearl Lane, of Down ing, Mo., lias spent the week in the city Willi her parents, 8. A. Wood and wile. It's a little too cold to day, i but as soon as it warms up a little drop in and see what your account is with me. B. O. Wood. J. L. Piersol and family have i left Hannibal for San Francisco where they will reside in the future. W W W VV Wt V V"V W V VVV ' pill Ml nj 0H ff Look out for the grand 998 Talk Missouri, The average dumb on the state- So well Missourians. Mtssourlan is inbject of his J satisfied is he I he neirlecta to acuunlni others . iu u ins rest on cue morntn OPENING OF THE UP'TODATE DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CARPETS A...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 March 1899

THE DEMOCRAT! OotoU. Manning Wtlker' K. F. M! MONR - City CITY, MO. Editor Hditor E. C. Long made a business trip to Woodland, Thursday. Dr. Horn k. Oculist and Aurist. Hatmi al. Mo. Hugh A, Cord lias been quite sick with La ( 1 ri -. Tile Best Plow Shoe for $1.00. A, BotTLWAUK V. Son. The Anient 'Brlstow case was compromised at Moberly Thurs day. Carter II Harrison Is the Democratic nominee for mayor of Chicago. .Mrs. Minnie T. Wilson left Friday for Palmyra to spend several days with relatives. Mrs. C M. McReynolds was the guest of Quincy friends the latter part of the week. Pearl McReynolds made a business trip to I. a Orange the latter part of the week. J, M. Boulware and s. A. Wo u wi re attending to busi ness Woodland Friday. T P Botorff, A. Boulware. '.v R p. Jackson, .1. C. Peirsol, W T Ragland and Maj. R. B. Brit f ere p I tending court at M erlv Thursdav. Btnj. Handley WAS a Quincy visitor Frida y. See A. Bon : of Ladies air! 11.00. We are ready for business in the Smith r...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 March 1899

HUMOKOUS. Curious. Dora I screamed When lit ki.ssctl me." Cora "How many times?" Detroit Free Press. "What's U'.p most marked fen turc of a newspaper office f "Why er - -the proofs.'' Phil ndelphia Bulletin. "The prima donna lias lier fourth husband." "How In appropriate!" "What?" "For a woman t( belong to a male quartette."- - Philadelphia Bul letin. "A German doctor says tilit lacing is a disease, but lie uoesti ( ulve it a name." "Comes i under the head of tits. I sup pose." "Or cramps." Cleve land Plain Dealer. Widaon "I wonder what in duced Jumkins to many liis typewriter'" Booler "Why, didn't you know that he'd been trying for years to et a type- is writer of laaette. his own?'' Roxbury Mamma 'Ethel, wli'at do you mean by shouting in that dis graceful fashion? See how qui et Willie is." Ethel "Of course lie's quiet; that's our game. He's papa coming home late, and I'm you." Spare Moments. "Classical music," said the ecstatic young woman, "leaves me in a transport." "Well," sai...

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

IFADMFDQ. IT IT VS BEEN MY OBJECT IN BUSINESS ALWAYS TO BUY THE BEST GOODS THE HARKET AFFORDS And Having had the experience can give rny patrons the advantage f I now have Complete Stocks ot - - - m t -ar W T- -i Tt 7T f K T1 1 fi' j . ' f eJolhns Morrison, uradiav ivioiine riows, ana vumvacors lnciuamg the Genuine New Departure Cultivator, manufactured by Pattee Plow Co,, Moline and Brown Corn Planters, Harrows, Etc, Also the Tanesville Disc Cultivator. If vou arc in need of a Bugpy, Surrey, Road Wagon.or aaythin i n the vehicle line it will pay you to inspect my line as my Prices Defy "5 Competition. COUK. SlUVtb, Hie Bridge ana deacn, superior, ana v-,narier vdiss arc oy mr mccwi oonKraiiwoc, mm THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. ', F. H1XS0N, City Editor. .EGER. Terms. - $1 Per Year. f ilu red at Mm poatofflc at Monroe City, Mis souri, us Mcond class mnttoi. THURSDAY, MAR. 23, 1899 School Commissioner Wo are authortxed Jo aitnounr Prof. it. . , Stobol ai candidate for election of...

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

Monroe City Democrat VOL. 11. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI March 28, 1899. NO. 51. Dr. L, T. MHI shipped a car load of good cattle Sunday. Mrs. A. W. Holmes of Shel bina, spent Sunday in the city with relatives. Uncle Sam Vance well, was a visitor Sunday. . of limine in the city A letter from Fulton states that Miss Maud McClintic has about recovered trom a case of t he measles. Walter Hume came in off the road Sunday to spend a few lays with his Interestirg fain- 'y- Ori Warmer, one of the good boys of Stoutsville, spent the first of the week in the city with friends. We are ready for Imsiness in tlie Smith room under the News office until our new store is completed. A. BotTT.WARG & Son After a pleasant visit with relatives in this city, Mrs. A. .J. Kendrick, ol Shelbina, re turned to her home, Saturday afternoon. Burglars made a raid on the Short Line depot at New Lon don. Friday morning. They blew open the safe and secured sh in cash and stamps. T. H. Causlor. of Lexington, State Ha...

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

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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. — 23 March 1899

9mm 'v;-.-cir.-..-T- W iwni nmiisiiiijm i i iiwmwi - v. t I i V I FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, J x V t i We have just returned from the Markets where we purchased the largest and most complete stock of up-to-date, BOOTS SHOES AND RUBBERS, It has always lieen our aim to sell the best goods for t'.ie least money ami we shall do the same in the future. Onr stock was bought for cash ami bought right and We feel confident, when we say that we are iii a position to save you from 1") to ;"() percent on your shoe purchases. Our new stock has been arriving daily and we are ready for business in the SMITH ROOM. POUR DOORS NORTH OF MONROE CITY BANK, until our New Store is completed, Mr. A. Grimm, a thorough shoeman, and who has been with us for years, is still with us. We should be pleased o have you call and allow us to allow you our new spring stock of foot wear. We desire to return our thanks to our Friends and Customers for their kindness and patronage in the past, and we assure them it is appre...

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

I III vdUIIUJ' incw.-j'afti . The old country weekly--how deafly 1 love it! From erttp city unilv I (niok ttiro nido To ivart it qaiilnt 'leader," the iieud- iuir above it, A hoary lieaded editor'8 joy and bU I pride: i Iti column! of looftli in which all tho I doinx of ItlMBM and Mlgbbor M leneljr AN told: The births, dcatliH and aeeidents, wed dings and wooing) The nherilf's nad notiee Oi land lo be nold; jt erude eorreipondcnoei ine villa gcr'i oa per j its tritelj told ttoriei of mutuvh and Joy 1 hey all may he found in the country i newiipaper The old country paper I read when a boy. - V. II. T. Shade in the Plttebvrg t IbrontolcTeletfraph. SAN Gl.liMfcNTE. B We Have Left the Old Year JSC AND About 50 miles off the coast of California, nearly opposite! San Diego, lies the barren, lone y and half-known island of San Clemente. The trip is usually a rough one, Hut in summer time, at leant, Wilson's Cove oilers a comparati mailer birds, such as linnets safe harbor, and if one kt) ....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 March 1899

f 1 1 H. C. Sclieetz purchased from J. U. Baldwin, of Warren, en W. T. Windsor last Thursday ! route to Palmyra Friday, in liis interest in the New Monroe formed us that he had secured Hotel at Monroe City. Mr. ; the Monroe-Warren mail con Windsor owned a fourth inter- j tract foi another year at a -pt in the building and got slight advance. JBUUO, Mr. BCneetl now owns the entire property. Palmyra Spectator. Via Hi Ui Whipping negroes a few years otfo led to a great civil wai, but since Uncle Sam got his hand in, he "thrashes" a few warriors every day so read the dispatches from Manila. Press Spectator. One reason why our people are for Dockery is the fact that we do not wish to try any more experiments. We know he is a sale man, and are afraid to run tile risk of electing some one we do not know SO well. Linneus Bulletin. McKinlevism, Bhafterism, Bganism. Hannaistn, Algerism, "Embalmed Beefism" with De ficiencyism to back it, makes a tine record for the party to Haunt in the face o...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 March 1899

m TVfP T ATP5T I PATTERNS SB! mm X IN X ft g Wall YOU Papers HAVE JUST ARRIVED! Can be Satisfied in jj Colors, Tints, Quality and R Prices Call and See, jft; For ?UFE DRUGS and TOILET GOODS of Every 0 Description go to 1 Dr. L. X BELUS, A. K. FUTLEDGE, Prescription Clerk. Second door north of Monroe City Hank. ,,, , i, i b 0 a Q 8 ft n Millinery Exhibit. Thursday and Friday, X March 30 and 31, on. o s .srv And will Continue from day to day. Extraordinary efforts have been used to make this Display a Memorable One. The Creations of 1899 arc the most choice. North Main Street. Misses CoM & Emery.B ggggggggggggggggge aogxuaosKUKXKX Stone House. I have been on the St. Louis markets and purchased an elegant line of WEST iNL NOTES. Tom LM and fuinily. of Indian Uroaki were the Ktiatn of Mrs. Mack' cy Lee, Wednesday. Will MeUraw and Frock McAllis ter, of Shiel, were I 'adlng in the city, Friday. Misses Hush liai'iin and Sadie Hagar were the guests of i.datives ut Stoutsvillo. Sinday. M...

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