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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 February 1903

( Remnant Sale! Remnants and short lengths in all kinds, Piea' Goods, broken sizes in Hosiery and Underwear. Ladies' and Children's Mitts and Gloves. Outing Flannels worth loc for 07 Children's Fleeced Hose worth 1 5c tor 10 Ladies' Wool Hose worth 20c for 10 worth 1 5c Child t en's 25 cents Underwear for 2()c and 10 Womens' Fleeced Vests and Pants worth 5() cents for 35 Children's Caps worth 5c. 40c and cents tor. Black Mercerized Petticoats wor for Pillow Tops worth 5oc and 75c for 50 25 08 35 Pillow Tops worth 25c and 35c for... 19 Men's Silk Fleeced Underwear worth 1 50 for 95 Men's Gray Wool Underwear worth 85 cents for 60 Only a few Cloaks and Capes left, hut you take anything in this line at half price. Ladies Calf Button Shoe for everyday wear, worth L50 and 1,75, for $1,00, About 15 Boy's Overcoats at Twcvthirds Their Real Value- All Men's Overcoats at 20 Per Cent Discount. 25 Men's Suits, only one or two of a kind at almost your own price, Jno. J. Rogers. J J. Oscar Gilsor...

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. — 5 February 1903

.'i - ri CANNOI OiO lOvt Out 's"5?i5-',!aiyV IT U-T -J -.D cpvl CN 1XJ THAT DAOfc IQvj TTtMT FEBRUARY S M T W T F 5 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 10 J I 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 The rati '.ill for Jaiuury lima was 2:18 indie: . Dr. Hon hack. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. J. (J. ETuqua was a business visitor in Hie hamiei nf Wood land. Frid.iy. Mis A 8 .la ne -pent the latler p;rt of the week with relative in Palmyra. .Ji lin Uttrton the handsome slierili' nl Monroe County, was citrn'aiinu umoug friends in the ci t Friday . RoPa Marshall and family have moved to i':e residence properly recently purchased by him. h is known as the Ben Moss place. John C. Mudd, has been transit red from his run out of Columbus Junction, Iowa, to Kai siis City, Mo. He spent Friday and hut. that is anoth er thing that looks a little suspicion-. Well. well. those things seem to be in the air. Why in the Sam Hi.l doesn't D. D. Melson, HayoVn and Hays and every livery in the county work for...

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. — 5 February 1903

u M- Nichols L Co., "FUNEPAL directors i AND EMBALMERS. if LADY ASSISTANT. Hioe Fnnrral Car Free. Thfi Strength of the coffee you buy adds to Its I value in the cup. Lion Coffee comes to you fresh and of full (strength, always in sealed, air-tight pacKages. duik conees lose ineir treneth. deteriorate in flavor, and Flso gather dirt. Li Uniformity, frsnhnftM and fall Btrmiirth . mim iu.ured to aMrm at Lion Coffee If tf fts2nt-.i fttOtfblVI or trt'ftMiry-.Centu-rj Dlcliniiary. WHK VALLEY MAGAZINE Is a vcrltHl.lo Jorplionse of literature trensure. EtBRys rull of ; i ll thought, iritories full 01 "the human." Poetry beautiful thoughts In perfect verse. Critical Aril cles ?tronR, vigorous, fearless, by masters of analysis, well informed on their Btfbjeet or they don't write about them. New? Yes, at least not old. but reasoned in tltat its eontributorH arc ripe In experience, and tu'their full vigor of thought. Seasoned also In'thnt it lacks not llavor is never Hat. ' .Though but fif'y ce...

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. — 5 February 1903

C. E. ELZEA is i Valuable Man To Ravalli Any Community Charles J;. Blseiii is one of tboae Dervotlfl, energetic pro gn- 1 1 ' n tliat makes a m n I for h mse'f aid is of value to thecutnitiunity in which he live . He witii some others by work not itinjf supinely down and growling NUCCeerled in r.i'inn tbe funds to pt in the ttml clar tone culverts on the Indian Cre. gravel road. The central mileol that road is mud, lias never been any thing else, is an eye sore and a p'ac and ought to he two eye sores to ever) 'one who lives west and south of it. He has a"n'n gone to work and as we i. iuerttand it raised 9800. Indian Creek has prom ised .'J a.i uw lie wants (800 more, in ikla ifcPUO to build that Ingle mile ot gravel road to Indian Creek. WV hope lie will BUCCei d; we feel assured he will succeed and then I lie six miles ol gravel road to Indian Creek will in- completed. I:... TT.. r : JMIl lift 9 .mil utniiiy die lll-lf from Nebraska visitingrelati ves on the creek. Tom Smith left ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 February 1903

lYIonroe Cit y Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, F FEBRUARY 12. 1903 NO 46 LITTLE DAN CUPID. Busy Cutllnf Capers And lleadinjrtSt. Valentine Off.' BAK ER-MIU.ER. Squire Bart Rosell is making quite a reputation of artisti cally tying the nuptial knot. Thursday afternoon James H. Baker and Miss Mary Alice Miller, of Florida, appeared be fore the Squire as two and in his happy manner he soon made them one. Mr. Baker is a prosperous young farmer and his wife was one of the dear, sweet girls of the village. May the sun of happiness never set for them. SUI-LIVAN-MOORE. Skipped by the light of the moon and left our friends in the lurch, yes we did. Last Friday morning there was a surprise party awaiting every one in the city and in its case, it was, good news travels fast. And this was the way of it. Charles M. Sullivan and Mrs. Carrie Moore, after sparking for many moons, concluded that life's pathway was lonesome unless the other was in it. So Thursday afternoon Mrs. Moo...

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. — 12 February 1903

g WHO WfIS ST. VALENTINE? :j So X X Something of ihc Christian Martyr and the Day. X X Ol A Sable V.ilcnline. My love ea black ei midnight. Her face iu black, hit shine! She des el b!a lc Ez fie chimbly buck. But I wish my love WUI mine! She Mdoii at bakin' 'poum, Her hoecake mighty line: .En w en she spread JDat short in' bread I wish my love WUS mine' Den I wish I had de license, En de preacher us 'ud jine; I'd give ' i in B dollar. En Whoop en holler. Kase l know my love is mine! Atlanta Constitution. Saint Valentine nourished, or rather Buffered martyrdom dur ing the reign of Kmperor Claud ius, about 270. He had been canonized and his festival cele brated by the time of Gregory the Great, elected pope in jJ0 What connection the Christian martyr should have withCupid s day, the 14th of February, it would be prettv difficult to iin agine. Some historians say that the custom of sending val entines had its origin in heath en instead of Christian prac tices, being concerned with some...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 February 1903

lleatlier Objects. Bully for Senator U. Clay Heather, say we. He opposes appropriating one cent for the State lair. He calls attention to the proviso in the law estab lishing the fair which declares that no money shall he appro priated for the fair. Before the ink was dry on the new law. the fair asked for and received fifty thousand dollars. Now they want one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Thus the bill was couceived in fraud and was passed under false pretenses. Senator Heather thinks if we are to appropriate one hundred and fifty thousand dollars to fairs, it would be better to give three thousand dollars each to fifty fairs about the state. But so long as our asylums for the blind, deaf and dumb, insane and infirm are overcrowded and in great need of heln, it would be little short of criminal to vote one penny for fairs. Until our unfortunate ones are properly housed and cared for. the legislator who votes to give $150,1)00 to the State fair ought to be tarred and feathered...

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. — 12 February 1903

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUSE, r.ditor. U. f. BIXSON, City K.litor. renins $1.00 PliK YfcAM fcatantf tt ih pott oflloa at Monroe ity. Mo. U M nKtmlMI nlHIK r. rELLl'ilO it NO. It THURSDAY, FEB. j2. 1908 RURAL MAIL PATRONS Of Monroe City Post Office- keep litis I ist For Reference. The Democrat published the names ui Rural Route patrons in he issue ot October 9th 1902 Since that time there has been many changes, so again t tie Democrat publishes the names of pat ions of Monroe City Rural Routes: D II Stoddard. Jas Smith Simms, J W Spalding. V C Spalding. P 1! Tewell. W ; Tmitt .James Utterback. A S Utter back. Tims A Wilson. John W Wilson, . A Wimsatt, W O Wise heart. R S Yates, Elbert Yates. Route No. 4. .1 H Beatty, J 0 Bremer. S M Grim, C E Col vert, B F Coons. Himmmmmmffimmmmmmmmmimmmmmw Route No h Paul Adams. J R Buckman, .1 G Buckman, G W Burditt, Win A Barton, E D Oarrico, 11 F Oarrico, T M Cariico, .1 B Oarrico, Mrs Mary A Cutac, F K Elliott, J A Fry. H C Hays, V 11 Hagan, W .1 Ba...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 February 1903

Try Ground Mussel Shell for your fowls Wood Buos. Senator VV S. McCtintic kl a Pulton visitor this week. 'Hess's Stock and Poultry food ll guaranteed. Wood Bkos. Try Ground Oil Cake for your Horses and Cattle. Wood Bros. The P B. 0 will meet with Mrs. Ha I lock at 2-MO p. in. Sat urday C. P. SWearengen,' of ll.mni bal, has been the guest of his brother. Dr. W. VV. liitchey's address is 2710 Prospect Ave., Kansas City. Mo. tf. A. K. Rutledge, R H. Hagar and Ira Searcy took In Jell Citv this week. dur iiis In in Hon. W. T. Ragland was attending: to legal business in Palmyra Tuesday. ! Mrs. Dr. Burney, of Hydes burg, has been the -uest of friends In this city. W. T. Tooley, of Palmyra, spent Sunday in the city with his brothel George. Otis Berry and wife, of Ely, spent the first of the week in the city with friends. ! Hiphest prices are paid for (poultry and eggs, hides, etc., a r?-BAL,ZKK & DlRIGO'S. I For Sale Bills, Dodgers etc. go to the IDF.IYUO r OFFICE and for a Jim Dandy (A...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 February 1903

! k I $ i ! 1 a. - . . ' rrroNr'uni'rVcANNOt ncaoiovtour VLS t . '--- - - .: .-t ,jit ci'i du :Ovi utiPT ' FEBRUARY 12 3 4 5 6 7 ; 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23I24J25 26j27 28 A M.F:NTINE. We seldom suimh'e across a Valentine .is practical as the following, from a BiUvllle bartl to Ins sweetheart; 'Oh, sav lite word, that you ap- mint' Beloii- inn moment's gone, Fe. ef. you'll be my valentine I shore will be yer John. 1' plow an' hoe A ' ii an an' sow Per ti i dress my love in calico. "Oh, say the word, my honey -love. An' make it soft an' mild; You ain't as tame as a turtle dove, Bui I'll lake you innnin' wild; An' I'll plow an' hoe An' reap an' mow Fer n r die-s my love in calico!" Teachers, yet your cards a i this office. report Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gray returned Thursday from a visit with Shelbiua friends. We can't say what the "Moth erhubbard Breeches" cost but we got a out of 'em. Thanks. Bis Honor, the Mayor, A. Boulware, was a business visi tor in the Bluff Ci...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 February 1903

of Good Health Njt is pure food. Lion Coffee i 's all coffee no glazing of r eggs or glue to conceal de tects and cheapen its quality. Fresh and uniform, rich in flavor, because always in JL sealed packages never in bulk. I "A flock of girls is called a bevy, a bevy of wolves is called a pack, a pack of thieves is called a gang, a gang ol an ye Is is. called a host, a host of fish is called a shoal, a shoal of cattle is called a herd, a herd of chil dren is called a trocp, a troop of partridges is called a covey, a covey of beauties is called a galaxy, a galaxy of ruffians is called a horde, a horde of coal is called .1 heap, a heap of oxen is called a drove, a drove of blackguards is called a mob, a mob of whales is called a school, a school of worshippers is call ecf a congregation, a congrega tion of engineers is called a corps of robbers is called a band, a band of locusts is called A swarm, and a swarm of peo pie ,is called a crowd." Vpft !i - storchttis or treasury-Century Dic...

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. — 12 February 1903

WERNER, The Tailor, ;,, The Quincy Regalia & Costume Uoorn mnnJn Q. 'ic for Ladiesand Co., and is prepared to furnish ITPudLjUUl dUO Oil I id Gentlemen for (Mffl 1 IK I'-'iO qtlCrduc Ddii rnauy iiigui 11 uruti is u-m ai vjiii-. vau at uic i uiivj. onup ana jjui a imn i iriii i avic fi.adc a thorough inspection of this stock I find everything up-to-date, neat, clean. Prices reasonable. i ii ii li ii ii ii li ii ii ii ii . li a li ij ii ii ii A ii ii ii i ii ii ii j ij li ii ii ii i ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii it 1 ii ii ii ii ii iiS (irrat bargain in Shoes at Rogers. R.-e G. A. Tall for good goods ai h right pr' Kiting I u Is worth 10c fen 7c at !, r.::.-. If yon wan LU hny ;i Clonk at 1 1 ;i it priCP. go to Ro'ers. Mm. J. A. Bell, of St. .Joseph, is visiting relatives In this city. Rot.t. Randifer was a busi ness visitor in the Bluff City. Tuesriav. Geo. A Tait will sell you some mighty good things for small cost. Dick CummingB, of Palmyra, was a business visitor in t! e city Mon...

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. — 19 February 1903

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, P FEBRUARY 19. 1903 NO 47 ITEMS FROjV1 FARMERS n Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- 4 James Tewell sold a good driver t S J Melson for !?150. James McGee has sold the old Yowell f;irm of 248 acres near Stoutsvil'e to E P Albia, of Peoria, 111. Consideration pri vate. Will'am Madden has bought a good span of sorrel horses from Gosney. Bonesteel, S. D., Feb. 12. Stock men from the range coun try report cattle perishing by hundreds. The deep snow be gins about 30 miles west of here and the entire range for 100 miles west of that point is cov ered with snow to th : depth of two feet, making it impossible for stock to secure feed. In Missouri there is more grass and grain than the stock can consume. Charley Elzea israising $800 with which to close up the mile gap in the gravel road from Monroe City to Indian Creek. While the farmers in the rest of the county are unable to mar ket their corn, even if they could ge...

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. — 19 February 1903

t GEfl. WflSHIHGTOH, PFETENDER. o BY v. i. 0. "Lies! . " ca I ltd main ma, and I principle as he hasbeen exhib 1 she tappe t on Hit? window with I Itlng today! To thiak of my her thtnbh tbesoldleri filed own flesh and blood disgracing 1 by; but ihoupll L . I it- looked j the great in;m's birthday 03 around, lie went OH at the head such cowardice!" And be Walk Of th trooiis, iand made no re led olT home, leaving Leslie to ply to the call. Then mamma raised the window and. when the soldiers Came bad:, she said, "Leslie, want youtogo to the store for me right away." 'I can't; 'I'm a Jsoldier now; a general: General Washington and soldiers .can't iStop to run errands. They've got to do their duty; g anyway, generals liave,'' and without stopping to catch mamma's answer, he or dered his men to'make a charge upon an oldf marketwoman who happened .ati tbat itime to be passicy the gate. The next moment snow balls were llyinj in every directions, and the old woman's butter and egtfs roll iug...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 February 1903

THEY DON'T ADVERTISE Merchant! Who Rely on listableshed Reputation to Pull Trade. There was a lare number of farmers in the city Wednesday. The floe w ather and condition of the roads were partially re sponsible for their appearance in such large numbers. A little enterprise on the pari of our merchants in Hie way ol advei Using in the Register special bargains f r Saturday would make that day a busy and pros perous one for them anil : id our city ia general. The farmer is like any one else be goea where the bargains are offered) and to find them he scans the advertising columns of the pa per. He, 1 i !i e his city brother reconiz s the fnct that there is no sentiment in business, So accordingly, when he finds no inducements offered by bis local merchant, he goes to his com petitor who advertises the ad Vantages to be derived from trading at his store This is also true as regards the city patron, and we only mention the farmer as proof that he is like the c.ty customer and just as a...

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. — 19 February 1903

THE DEMOCRAT w It. I BRM9 ROUSK, I (I i tor. mxs( N, City Editor. $I.OO I'lik YhAK ntercl 1 1 Iht pi,t oT'o hi Mod rot 'llj, m H'lioi:'' matter. Mo. people picked up blackbirds fer ten mile fum whar 1 lust let fly at 'em; en fer two months 1 y wui nuttin' but blackbird pi" In dat neighborhood! Bf you don 1 b'l'eve what I tellin' you, ask Dock Smith he WUI dar, CAILF.SSNESS JEOPORDIZES Lift! A uii Ely' Private Hos pital Saves lis. en he seen slit n: ion it! -Atlanta C u 14 THURSDAY, FEB. lit. 1!0!I DESPERADO MILES. The Negro Horse Thief Who Operated In Mnrlon County. Miles, the negro who com mlttedso many depredations in the vicinity of Hannibal a few months ago, has at last received his reward. He was killed by Deputy Sheriff Cox of Davis county. Iowa, several days ago. Miles is the negro, or Mexican who stole two shot guns Irjm the home fit Mr. Newlon. near Hydesburg and several horses from different parts of Marion county. It will be remembered that lie was employed at the cement ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 February 1903

I Groceries take a Tumble The Shelves Couldn't Stand the Heavy (j wept or uur Dig mock ana tame uowii til a trash. re ft f Wi1 t Special For This Week, 1 j f 8 lbs Machine Screened Navy Beans 25c 2 2lbs Prunes 1.00 12 bars Soap 25c 7 bars Silk Soap 25c 12 pkgs Coffee 1 00 lOlbs loose Coffee 1 00 lib Imperial Tea 25c 5 lbs good Rice 25c lib Cal. E. Peaches 10c 3 cans Lewis Lye 25c 1 1 arge package wash Soda 5c 81bs Green Coffee 1.00 1 Irtll. I'dllVilC KK Mill ML gjr 3 pkgs Currants 25c VI 8 pkgs Raisins 25c ft i doz Standard Tomatoes 1.0b 1 doz good Corn 95c (K S cans Pumpkin 25c 1 1 can Pears worth 1 5c 10c ( 1 can Salmon worth 1 5c. toe ' 1 bottle good Ketchup IOC (A 1 can Strawberry Beets 10c 6 J 2 cans whole Pine Apples, core- less 25c P 1 gal. can Apples 25c Cji 1 gal can Pie Peaches 25c lib pkg Tea Dust 1 5c ' 1 large Mackerel 10c 1 pail White Fish 7rc YJ White Silk Flour.. 9"c ( Wheat Flakes loc Rice Flakes loc (K ANNOUNCEMENT. We nre authorised to announce J, Bi EtogWl an a c...

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. — 19 February 1903

""JI FEBRUARY! ' 1SMTVVTFl5j ill I 2 3 4 5 6 71 i m 8 9 O il IZ 13 14.;. ! ' .-, , .n nnU, : t gr 1 j id i io is u cm WW l;2?Z3Z4l25 26 27 28 rj H-iM llMlfi CANNOl "Olt lOvt Ou T I. "AT iQvl CAN DO I MAT tOVl ATTEMPT Teach, cards ;i ' i-t -onr office. report E. Bui I: inn n ;i nd wife, of Bronkfieid, silent Hie tatter part )l IhsI wi" !i wit li r.-'.i ii 't s in t he city W Portei. of in been t lnj er. Itev L. M. I . i mi I v. Mrs ( ! rg Knox Ci:iiiiy. gurt nf lier bi Mtlu : I w A i i " s. - immhi r ol Democratic Culi- nil over Hie country are ill ranging t celebrate Jelf ergon's mi thday April 2nd. The iit-iyhbors say John Jor don is malting frequent trips to the Noith liver IiUIh and they doni mitl rstai d it. They say he is not conn hunt lug, though he goes :U nitiht, ln't rabbit butltinu i c.ni-e be leaves his dog at home. Joht), be v. ire of the v idei h. O. W. Colgate) of Monroe, who a u acl ing the Huntington sch". , Rails county, writes that he is well pleased witn the Bulle...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 February 1903

t, r- - - 3 ". sum ttOdc i i ' H n I f t ' - ' ,-- " Rlame Where It Is Due Ji is bni justice in ;i man who tiied while the object mI, audi it was i-aid. became of, great pub He acrimony, to give publicity to i in in dlcfl I record i i the sad case ol th late Rear Vdmlral Siuisi i whose widow is to r c v- t it i (.1 i r ii i ll i 'i . tHci INI V.i I I Ii (' K Admira . s. in oni 1 1 pen o on l In Ueoeas' 'il . ri'c i l ft the i i i r sh v ii that on w;t - the ' io "Tlie much talked of depct is in course of erection at the Junction, t is a palatial a i nex to the old building and consists of a wailing room on the south side fully lar-,re enough to accommodate a .couple of medium sized men without crowding. Palmyra deserves a better building than this." Pi'mvra Spect a t r . After all. we do not blame Brother liotorff for getting off at Wood land Guess the "horse'' is on Palm via. Bright's Disease. Bripht's Disease, is no riss)iTtor of persons: it attieks men and women, the PtroiiK end ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 February 1903

Twfl Roy i. 3 A. Hp yn is the pr ud pn pa .of ;i bound nv b . John Clear? Isn'l asking Ted d or b ny mu i r matrimo ninl ndvlci y? Because in- i I , , foriftM it H i il v i' v '" you that In nn'i i .'i-t thai l)is fir' has is a boy Rlld Join tli t;'l phone FORTY BELOW ZERO. In Nevada---- Irains Can't Keep Up Steam- 1 1 tt cH , '' H-rtv. I hi v r ) r dy day Mrs. A ho i In lp festal I the da . m utheaal ol a surprise i len up by Oo. They eir mail .id ! ci nt airing ). As ihey ny bunineM Mey prompt er to them. s S. Cassa s 86th natal his daui! lit vr v. Tuesday. ' his n la lives merry at t he md none enjoyed ..n lie. Dr. A. Wi ts, who is to lerturt ;. t i I t opera house next Mi 'i , ! under the .ms pfri'H nf tin I. E. O and Centu ry t'inh ;i . is a speaker who tlierta in .iii instructs. (Jet ur t icl'ct al mice atxi do not lay ' I ea i him. r ( : ; (i . of Frank ford, K' is i lie ijuest of relatives III tin city. V i .). i. Lyon and Master 1 1 () 1 1 1 er. are enjo'lng t he bit, ' I h...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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