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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 April 1899

1 ONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. MX3NROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1800 Subscription, fi.oo Per Year. NO. 4 It seems that Mr. County Lines wants to build food toads at our expeuse so be can go over them twice a day to and from school. He misunderstood us we said we did not iutend to ao auy mora "thank you work. New lie will please tell us how lie is going to get our coat, we Jiave all of that but the tail, and lie has that, and when be gels tile mud oleancd off he will please return. NAv if he will put the level -on his fiead ht will find it is his head that is net level and not some one else. Now Mr. drive out your ratdr-back hogs and lie Jess wind and more back fjone and we will have better roads. It takes work to make igood ro'ids you see. Moral: If you don't waut your tail to get (Buddy, just put it in a sack. O. B. J. C. Dee, the IS month old sen of, Tlionaas Covert and wife died of...

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. — 27 April 1899

Eg J-gJ '.' LU My Old Kentucky Home. The miii shines bright in our eld Kun- tUOtUf home: i Tin summer, the dvkloi nru gay". TbjU corn t)pH rtp uiul the ineaduws in the hliKim, While the bird mate music nil the i lay. The young lt15is nail on Uie li:ilecrb in floor, . All merry, all happy and bright; T 1 y " i n by hard times come a-knockin' at the door, Then, my old .Kentucky home, good ( horns: Weep no ntaru, my. laoy; tfj vrcp no inure today! We'll sing O'V ng r ,ni' wW Kun" lucky home, I'or my old Kentucky twin", tar away. They hunt.no more for the 'potttsum and Um! 'coon, On the meadow, t!c hill, and tho shore: Tbey sing no. more by :b glimuier of the iiiomj, u tie bench, by the old cublo door. The day gnus by like a, shadow o'er tho heart, With sorrow, where all was delight: Phe time has coins whsn tUu darkies have tw pavt. Then, my o'.d Ketnielsy horse, good night! The head musUbow nn-i the back will have to bend, . Wherever the dinky may fro: A few mure days and the tviublvs ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 April 1899

.Ill I I ... . I'. Ill .11111 I III II The Uurl inflow train No. :j, lue at Monroe City at 1:10 p. in. tMiwinakeHCotluectlontt the name an nlgtlt trains. The train will make connections between Kau nas, Leavenworth, Atchison, Ht. Joie)ll and Lincnw Neb., tlere connecting with fast west Invalid Denver train No. 1 for Colorado Utah, and P.iciMc coast. Kuii netltS of tliis trato comprises ceche, chfttf Cftffe, (scats free) 'inci PuMmaa sleK?rs between St,oeand Lincoln,. Keinetn bet train No. a between Ht. LoulM, Qjiliey and Hannibal, due lien at 1:10 p, m. makes all connections for the went. Right of Way. The Hnrliiitoii people have ordered their Right of Way through the city cleaned up a nd threaten to fence it up mi ess the abutting property own urs quit uasing It as a common dumping ground. As it is it is vuluable to the property hold r-rs as an alley way and en t ranee to the rear of their lots tor any purpose and if closed eip it won Ml force them In take their fuel and everything...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 April 1899

THE DEMOCRAT! Terms, - - $1 Per Year. Captain Caughlan. of the Rnlattrh and Hi'- balance cf them V. J. ROUSE, Editor. agtatweli hang up their R P. 1BXSON, City Editor. fiddles and their bOWl for t lit y are not In the running with Bev. ir. Parker of London. In the City Tempft the Reverend gen lleman denounced the Prince of Wales, the German Emperor and the Sultan, lie is quoted as saying: "Emperor William may call him (the Sultan) his friend, but in the name of Ctid, the Father, the Son and the Holy OhOttf 1 say Ood damn the Sultan." Captain Caugblon will have to prime and lire again alter that broadside. WEAR THE BEST RltMNd nt rlw ioiUfllri M Monmo ( Uy, M'. inirir. MHN lIUI mnttrr. THURSDAY, APR. 27, Bryan and free silver. 1800 of Democratic grow brighter. sue Prospect e cess in l'.'o'i Trust do not own the Missouri legislature. We must have the U. S. gov ernment in the people again. hands of the The Campaign f 1000 will be between the people and boodle. On which Ride will you be...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 April 1899

MMP RAND OPENING To-day at noon wo will open up NEW STOCK of BOOTS AND SHOES a ever in the city. Tho Styles, Prices and Quality of our goods aro superior to any ever offered in Njrth Missouri. There will be a nice line of Souvenirs S) ior me Lacues, uo nox ian to attena the only (fife Nm St $285 vs$47,50 For Cow Pasture apply to B. S. Stoiiimiii. Mrs. j. J, Drown is tho guest of New London relatives. For fresh dry goods go to Miss TUDIfl BWIMKEY. Vr. .1. Calhoun wants to he the next Republican Governor of i llinots. Or. VV. C. Sprinkle, of, Hun- I newel I. was in the City Monday with old friends. li. Spencer and Miss Cecal dine Wood, of Hunnewell, at tended the commencement Mon day evening. Dr. K. C. Ohappell has mov ed to Louisiana, Mo. Although Ids stay here was brief, lie made quite a number of friends. Atty. R. C. McOllntlc drop ped oil' Monday to see friends. He was enroute to Hannibal from Paris, Where he had been attending to legal business. Money : Mn OPPORTUNITIES ABOUND AT...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 April 1899

HE DEMOCRAT 11 I y . . t 4 I. . , I h.j j at . , . . . ...... uu iu it. ivjdiiiiu iiainti , pouiccu Kiiici l i' ' springs, mk. for JHK wedding rinx. Utter City. Hditor MONROE CITY, MO. ROUSE, T. HIXS)N, The-Wabnli f us on Kale An extra fine boy arrived at j ninety-day round I: excursion j tlie home of Joli Nance. ticktte, to the famoui Hot I nr. Hornback. Oculist and risl. Hannibal. Mo. vV. W. Longtnlre aran attend' it to legal boalneM at the runly aeat Friday. II. B. liear baa iflveu his ren ilence a new dresh of paint, i lobkfl well. Money t im on farm or I eity property 'he lowcHt rate. HohMtm-A DeewiMirt. j Mrs. J. H. K'ffu attended the Ladies Minsionary meeting in i Hannibal Thursday and Friday, j Men Wuncli the Sriii(fK ot Arli low raten. ' Cars to Hot one change of Mayor of l Union Station , 11 in sat very Bleeping with but i St. Louis Mi-s Minnie Philadelphia is sister. Mrs. J. M. Marha!l, vieiting Hou I ware. of ler Clapper cane down last week to visit his mother, Mrs. Heli...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 April 1899

I i Q a i I i hi a i 0 0 o S a 1 I I S i 8 WELTMERS METHOD OF MAGNETIC HEALING. Is ho nr. ticed by PROP'S CATRON & MAGRUDER with ifMi t succes at Moberly, Missouri. Some of their cures are Wouucltul And Rpp nintl y magical. All manner of diseases cured without medicine. Magnetism is the popular cure of the day. A greater per cent of cures are made by this treatment than any other method or prac tice. If you have any chronic disease in which von have failed to (fet relief do not despaii, there is yet hope. W lo. or come and see l'rot s matron s iMajrnmer. We a cure by absent treatment. Write to us for full particul it you can not come to see us. Read some of our many Testimonials: Prof.1 ( "atron A Msv'riilei I i fte iu (fared constantly with tCldnoy trouble for sight years. I also Itati rheuinittUm lot vitality and constipation. Ihavo exhausted the best Medical skill but no relleffortunntely 1 went to Prof's Catron &. Magrudsr and wa soon r en to rod to health. V. N. Magrude...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 April 1899

The Racket. Ladies Hats nicely trlmmotl II. M to ;.oo. Large lino Sailors nil styles from ISo, to 11.00. Knox Sailors from 7.V. to $1."I Lodlti summer corsets -., 4i), sol and (i . Kid ffloVM 7 So, worth 11.00 Oftttntlott gloves 2Ao Ladles unberellas 45, rc, ei.ou tip to II. M. Lawns from .'1 to 90a, per yd. Piques stripes, figures tiil white j 30, IS, 13 to tSo. Window shades with fixture com plete lOo. Mens Hirnishings. NsfflcjTSS ihlrtt two collars and I ouffs detached a regular "So. Article for 60o. Balbrlgan shirt and drawers 23c mild by other Merchant for 40c. The ii--a wearing overall in Mon roe oity for 40c. Work gloves 23, 33 00 to 75o. White quilts S((o., "Sc. quality. bito quilts 750. well worth 11.00. Groceries. Hi. good sugar for 1.00 Baglu or Ruby Dour 11.00. x 11). extra good roast coffee 1.00. i! Hi. sodafio. Battle Ax Tobacco S3o. lb. ( for It' 1'obauou 35c lb. Clipper Tobacco 40o. lb, Star Tobacco -to. ll. 1 lb Baking Powder 5c. Lemons i'e per dozen. Yours for lowr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 May 1899

MONROE CITY DEM OCRAT. Benwtrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. VI Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Mor roe and Ilatts Counties. Subscription, $1,00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1899 NO. 5 On Deck Again. After many months I once again send greetings to my many tnends and customers. 6 0 01 NOBBIES Si William Shields McClintic v.as born in Virginia :"ra 1H43, ten: '.-ted In the Confederate service Ut 1851 and served four .years in Stonewall Jackson's briffttde and was m some of the v.mst deoperate conflicts known I to modi i :i warfare. He moved I to Marfan county in 1867 ami f engaged in farming and stock-! raising and is today one of! Mtrougest agricultural leaders I in the Stale. Ke repi esented Marion Coun-1 ty in Ike 35th General Asscm- dy aod iu 1892 was elected to Senate and re-elected inj 3896. He nerved as chairman of the cotiimittee named by Gov ernor &toU to inspect State in stitutions in 1890 and was nam ed by Governor Stephens-chairman of the aud...

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

on the Schoolmarm's Burden. Pita on the MhOOlmAm'l burden Bq sard tO DMtU it high For she e:in stand most a'nyUiirvg, If she will only try. 1VII her that your Obi lit PSD Never do anything that's H1 Tho' of ooano your neighbor' ohll drftfl) A.o half devil ftnd half child. Pil" on too sohoolnwm's burden Bo sure you Dover say Tli - leftt word or ODOOUfBgOOWnt, You know it ain't your "way," Pop touchers norcr neod kind words 'Twould only make 'em vain. And it ain't your way Vo Hatter, i always apeak so plait) Pile on tin; icbooltnarm's burden, i!o sura that you believe Tin? tales tho children bring you Altho' it makes you grieve That neighbors' girls could do a thing So very rude and wild, Hut you always thought them Half devil and half child. Pile on the ichoobnarni'l burden, lie sure you don't forgot She'll have to stand your iiiiiihs You've got her money yet,, Bo sure you don't provide her With globOi map, chart nor rule, K the can't teaeh without tlicse, She surely is a fool. P 1 o...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 May 1899

Head and jij. Tim Darlington train No. 8, due ;it Monroe City at 1 ;10 p. m. now mal-c'scctiKioctions tl:c same as night trains. The train will make connections between Kan Has, Irearenwortli. Atchison. St. Joseli and LillCOt Neb., there coiinectiin; with fast west bound Denver train No. tor Colorado Utah, and Pacific coast. Km'ip ments of this train comprises coaches, chair cars, (scats free) and Pullman sleepers between Bt. Joe and Lincoln.. Beaten ber train No. U between .St. Louis, Quiucy and iiaunibai, flue hero at 1:10 p. m. BU fee all connections for the west. Home-seekers Excursion via w&bish, On April -1th and I8tll, May Snd and 10th, the Wabash will nell Home-Seekers Excursion tickets at rates of OttCr!gular lirst class fare plus S.OO for the round trip to points in Arkan sas, Colorado. Texas, Oklaho ma, Kansas, Neb.aska, Indian Ty, M iittai'.a. Washington, Vy omlng, Arizona. Iowa, Xortli Dacota, New Mexico, Idaho, Minnesota, Louisiana. South West Missouri and to point...

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

THE rSEMOOKAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSDN, City Editor. Terms. By unjustly and without j cause heralding to the world that Missouri is if bankrupt Din , . . .!,.,., ,,l, la 1:.. ...... Om. , publics U friends are doing Mis Si Per Year. nuP her citizens an - - 1 Irreparable Injury. Missouri is K:imrcJ ut ihu poitofflM at Monroe city, MIS- j financial ly ill good Condition ourl. uh swoiiu clans mBttor. land for this she isdeepl) in- debted to the D mtocrat party. THURSDAY, MAf 4, 1899 At one time Mi-souri; was un der Republican rule and then her wealth was - uandered and la big debt placed on She neoDle. . . More money and less taxes Is Altboagh collecting a much What the people want. : smaller tax than ia collected in any Mister state the Democrats have almost pail olf all debts made by our Republican friends and have given the people an honest) economical and good government. Demo. right. rat Missouri is all Get in the public library baud wairon. a $ 5 CTiv nn rrj sm-m no ij H...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 May 1899

"A h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm H IN OUR NEW STORE up-to-date. South o: And arc prepared to save you money on your X FOOTWEAR. X Our stock is all new and everything fresh and r 0 my rr. For Gov,- Pasture apply to E. S. SXODDAttD. Frank Smedley, Chicago dropped off here Saturday Sunday with his relatives. Lyon and wife. ta L. V.'m Cranston Ladies Tan Oxfords 50c. Si. 00 and up, all sizes. Ladies Black Oxfords 50c. 31.00 and up. Men's Tan and Black Fine Shoes, $1.00 and up. Boy's Tan and Black Fine Shoes 90c. SssS) The BEST Flew Shoe on earth for Si 00 1 1 ttHlll III ADC ill S W e are in the market for WOOL pay the HIGHEST X.s.fc4.I. AC( -s) rrice, , ass '"S,Ufc'' . .r -- - . S3? After ft long1 and pleasant visit with Iter parents. Franl WesthofJ and wife, Mrs. Barney Gentges left fur lier Texas home yesterday. . Tao leading1 merchants of ailed a 2-year-j Hannibal signed and sent a pe titton last Thursday to Hon. W. S. McOlintiCi ...

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. — 4 May 1899

n 1 I i : . I CHAT l r - Editor - City, Editor MON ' CITY, MO. Go to R. Manning Walker' for 1SK wedding ring w. R. P LE! Di Aurl ' A'. Ing; tin H in RATES. to cvm: i oi.it l OXH i i r Tak tiaSailvu Bna i ilnlm TabUM drtiRRlit refund moiMjrH II Mil to eon arc Th ponitiM ims i, j Q on coh labltt. Ill uiie Red Tyoiir oliJ Short Hem thoroughbred Bui), a good one. See or write me at moo and i roe City. Jackson Roukk. k. Oculist ba, Mo- Rer. .1. Held, State Mission- Elliott Was look-1 ary of North Missouri, deliver business Interests ed a good sermon to a small Friday. congregation at the Opera house Wednesday evening Pi P. vfacliitu rid. A XX INC larman and Homing for a a relatives. 122,50 best Walker. i r i r i Wile I "ll isit with to loan on form or property nt tllfl lowest JoliMtnu & Davenport. t near Uiapper s viit to tins Ora Warlner made a bustue city Friday. Miss Mollic Qoetze left ,day for an indeflnate visit Hannibal friends. W. L. Headriclc, wife Mrs. A. Lee of Warren w iQu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 May 1899

1 WPTn'.WUDCl MTUnn PIT? MAPnmrn T'ffl AT TXTf U n a I Q 0 s g a ft 1 Q i n I c I I i l n 5 n j 8 n 0 1 IB s (-1 n i i Is now practiced by PROF'S CATRON & MAGRUDER with tfre;;t succes . .it Moberly, Missouri. Koine of their euros are wonuerful and app.iranrly magical. All manner of diseases cured without, medicine. Magnetism is the popular cure of the day. A greater per cent of cures are made by this treatment than any other method or prac tice. If you have any chronic disease in which you have failed to (jet relief do not despait, there is yet hope. Wiite to. or come and see Prof's Catron it Magruder. We also cup by absent treatment. Write to us for full particulars if you can not come to see us. Read some of our many Testimonials: Prof.s Catron & Ma;rruder, l a o suffered uonstsntly with Kidney trouble for night years. I alto had rheumatlftn, lout vitality aud constipation, f have exhausted tin? beat Medlual ski 1 1 but no relleMortunatoly 1 went to Prof's Oatron & Maa...

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. — 4 May 1899

The 2 Racket. Th; ffraoileBt millinery barjrahH of seawon. Fine hats trimmed with flowori, elii flftjn and rihbon $.".."0 quality (H :l... atlasm. ir,. II l!t. 68. 7."), BO' uj to 11.09. SO and 2-. "Piques ( We, IB ami 2')c. Piques at Ufa Lawns' 3i, T. 7, 10, 1", and 20o. Menu wonted and OMflitMN pants 11.50, 2.00, 2.25 and Men'l overall! 4!ic, mne quality as you pay others for. Solid plow shoes 1.00. Ladies Oxford ties $1.00, Lift, LIS, 1.50 and 1.75. Groceries. 80 lb. ;?ool Ittffftr for 11.00 QOood molasses per fjnl. 2.'ie. Battle Ax, Scalping Knife and (i for Hi Tobaooo per lb. 88c. 21 OB. ROOd Laundry Soap 6o. 1 pt. till enps la, 2 pt. tin Olipi -!r. 10 qt. bucket! 10c.. Glass tumblers 2e. Tile Methodist Sabbath School will observe Children Day the ttecond Sunday in May. Misses Mattie Gotl and Stella Sny der were shopping in Stoutsville Sat in-day. Dr. Hunter, of Chicago, has locat ed here as practicing physician. Mrs. Turaer, of Stoutsville, is vis iting here. We pay cash for w...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 May 1899

1 -Cf MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT, Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests 0 Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Pr Year. VOL. V2 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1899 NO. ( RALLY DAY. Las' Sunday was the Third Annual Missionary Day at the Christian church. The Bally began fast Thursday night. Elder Wood, of Shelbina, preached an excellent sermon on Home Missions. On Friday night Elder Briney, of Paris, delighted the audience with an excellent enthusiastic address. Saturday night G. W. Muckley, of Kansas City, Cor. Secy, of (and flowering plants, palms A GRAND SUCCESS. The Bazaar conducted under the auspices of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Society, last Thursday and Friday was a success in every respect and was liberally patronized by our citizens, especially the business and professional men and their families. The Smith store room, where the Bazaar was held, was decorated with green boughs the Church Extension Board, spoke n Church Extensi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 May 1899

ttMEi nr,1". "" i THE DEMOCRAT Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. W. ). ROUSE, R. F. HIXSON, 3o to R. Manning Walker' for 18K wedding rings. ' 2 LEGAL RATES. Dr. Ilornbaclc. Oculist ami Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. Sewing Machines Z2,iQ best in the world. R. Manning Wai.kek. TO CCIIF. A COLlt IN O-YE DAT. Take Laxntlvo lull Quinine Tulileu A drtifgtat refund money If itfii to euro Mr The pafMuna tins L It Q on oncli tablet 111- Tht Katy has issued an or der prohibiting train men from carrying produce etc. free of charge. It is said that many of the train men were in I he habit of purchasing supplies at the country towns and bring them into the city. Hannibal Journal. The daily press says that John P. At geld is a doomed man. He might recover from that charge, but the doctors say iie has the Locomotor Ataxia. If he has all of that all at once we snppose that the ex-Gov. and great Democratic organ izci is a goner sure. For cheap staple dry goods and notions go to Miss Tudie Swinkev. For ne...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 May 1899

WELTERS METHOD OF MAGNETIC HEALING. Is now practiced by PROP S CATRON & MAGRUDER P with tfre;.t succes s at Moberly, Missouri. Some of their il cures are wuiiuerful and apparantly magical. All manner 3 of diseases cured without medicine. Magnetism is the J) popular cure of the day. A greater per cent of cures are made by tliis treatment than any other method or prac i tice. f you have any chronic disease in which yon have 3 failed to get relief do not despair, there is yet hope. Write to. or come and see Prof's Catron & Magrnder. We also cur'1 by absent treatment. Write to us for full particulars 3 if you can not come to see us. s Read some of our many Testimonials: n Prof. I Catron & Magrnder, 1 have sutTerod constantly with Kidney trouble for eight years. I also lmd rheumatism, lost vitality and constipation. I have exhausted & the best Medical skill but no rolief-fortunately I went to Prof's Catron v & Magruder and was soon restored to health. F. N. Magruder I...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 May 1899

THE DEMOCRAT KXKHXXXXKKOOtX0O0OO0HXHKj W. J. ROUSE, Editor. 0 Qj )eCJ AgEI!!. R. F. H1XS0N, City Editor. ?S mm 5 Miss Mamie Ford is now one of the salesladies 3t the Variety Store. Terms. $1 Per Year SfWffSd nt the iKMtofflre nt Mmiroe City, Ml-; suurl, iv scooikj cls matter. 1899 THURSDAY, MAY 11, W. J. Bryan is the man. High protection is against the I interests of humanity. i.. Good sidewalks cost Jess than j damage suits. Imperialism is not for thcl good of tha plain people. The money power, seek to overthrow Democracy in Mis souri. Stand up for the grand old party of Thomas Jefferson in bpth State and Nation. It must be the, Chicago plat form aaiii with free silver, inti-trust and anti-expansion. No State in the Union is 11 i:tt', r im.'incia.l condition than j ... sraid Missouri. The people f0talu auy art. not seeking rights from,, the porations but they do insist 011 justice. This can ouly be rVU'-ii;cd through Democracy, McKnley's Philippine policy Irp . d.tjnjeed America in...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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