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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 April 1903

-7 ffft Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1903 NO I ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Methodist. Sunday School. 9:30 A. M. Preaching, 11 A. M and 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. Epwortli League, Sunday, 6:30 P. M. AN OPEN SESSION. There will be a grand open session of the Epworth League ot the M. E. Church, South, on Easter Sunday April 12th, at 7:30 p. m. The pastor will preach an Easter sermon Sunday morn ing at 11 and the Epworth League will give an Open Sts sion in the evening. The Epworth League is one of the strong armsof the church and is of infinite value to the pastor in helping carry forward the work of the Kingdom ot God. This is pre eminently a young people's age, and we are de lighted that the young people of the M. E. Church South, in Monroe City, are coming to the front in church work. Many Of the best young peopie of the church belong to the Epworth League, and we hope a...

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. — 2 April 1903

Our Brother! In Black- An Address ol tho south to theNorlhi H,in yon, my Puritan critic! Forget yotl the Cava tier's pride? And I t-. iu i lie black Etlii optanr Tlli' leopard- -the spot! on bis hide? The highways all peoples champ think I'm going to lug have trod, arcund a Saratoga trunk in my But socially there Is a Chasm dainty little fistlet? place a Duk deep iii the wisdom of comb and brush, a washratf. on Yon -o'! it- tin Yo'i tempi d i. ri i'i i. And li i. , oil i Ighteous Ail-. va rn (I i u r need, Wii.ii- wv made Christians And pa i I or tin itn Now, 1,1 i . towel toothbrush and powder, a flat, well tilled pincushion and needlebook, scissors and thim ble, and buttonhook is ihis a portable boudoir, I'd like to They reel down to the doom of i know ? 'a pair of easy low ( lod. o span it were raceSi lint, drunk on some brow. death to both your meddle - Vfrlcan chattels i ir ease aud our not zealously the foolish) shoes for night wear,' does the law and they know us. you never c...

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. — 2 April 1903

j CASH OR CREDIT! How does that strike you ? IA. M. Ear 4? CARRIES A FULL LINE OF THE NOTED JEFF W. flOON Rubber and Steel tired BUGGIES. The BEST Surreys and Wagons made- Home Made, Hand Made Drrw ing Harness, Heavy Draft Harness and Plow harness Saddles, Whips, Rugs, Lap Dusters, and other articles Repair work a Specialty, It's money for you to see OUR QOOODS and to PRICE THEfl. ED FINK, Foreman, REX GOBEL Manager, We Give Them Away. We are furnishing free to our readers, something that is fai and away the best thing evei offered by any newspaper. By special arrangement with the well known Chicago atlas pub lish'er, we mow offer free to all our readers "Tunison's New Indexed Wall Atlas of our State, Nation and Globe," size j 3 feet and 2 inches by over 2 j feet wide. Printed in 5 beauti ful colors and mounted with Japanned iron rods ready for hanging in any office, home or school. Our State This splendid new map will be appreciated by all for ready reference. It undertakes to show...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 April 1903

THE DEMOCRAT SNUFFED LIFESCANDLE W. .1. ROU8B, Editor. U. F. HIXSON, City Editor. $I.OO t'EK YEAR Out In The Cily Jail. Is The Way Char les S Davidson Started Into The Great Beyond. titerert m Hie pout office m Monroo City, Mo. ah MSMdOlMi matter. rtLEPIII NO NO. 14 THURSDAY. APRIL 1tQ:-i ANNOUNCEMENT. Wo Arc autiM'i-i. ii to Announce J. H. Rogen aa a candidate for election as County School Co mliBloner. We aro ntiiliurlised t announce Raphael, i. mki: m a candidate for nelectlo 1 .i atttwl "miimNsiimirr. We o ' uuthorlswd i announce W. P. Vocno a-; a candidate for street coinmlaelonoi. OIR BIRTHDAY. Willi this number the Monroe City Democrat begins it's six teenth year. For nine o!' tlie fifteen years the DEMOCRAT has been under the present manage ment. Our: ur that time we have worked faithfully for every thing calculated to build up Monroe Oily and vicinity, and feel Ih t our work lias been helpful and that Monroe is the be'ier for the paper having been in it. Meats fresh, cured ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 April 1903

I Have a 8 FENCE Carload of FIELD X X ALSO a: Heavy Poultry Netting, Come and get prices on IMPLEMENTS. R. MANNING WALKER ft Hberly. Mrs. Charles ECberly, (i'J years of age, a highly respected citi zen of New Market, died of cancer Monday night. The re mains were laid to rest in the quiet grave yard at Old Provi dence yesterday morning EVES, EYES. You cni Iiavo them well tested for lenses and very reasonable. R. Manning Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Mayes, of Ilunnewell, were shopping in this city Monday. Gus says: I'm part IrUb, but my wife is all Irish, and that is the reason she is the better half Miss Olivia Brown returned to St. Louis and her musical studies. Tuesday after a de- ghtful visit with the home- lies. 0H M0 Ennis Noland, of Shelby ville came down Sunday to see the homefolks. Christian & Cngler, the bar bers, are agents for the cele brated Weem's Laundry. The best work only. Dr. John Ii. Dawson was a professional visitor in Hanni bal, Sunday. Thoroughbred Buff Cochin e...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 April 1903

Imported French Coach Stallion, QUADRILLF, 2002 Is a dark brown, right hind foof white and little white on both front feet; foaled April 10, 1894s bred Lcbaudy, Calvados, France! sired by the Government Stallion Lucifer. f a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a by M w l - y.-. ; Bp IBM -.,L I THIS CUT MADK PROM PHOTOGRAPH OF QUADMLLS. no. 1002. 1st Dam, Mauvotte by Stade: 2nd dam, Reglna by Acquilla. 3d iim, Eliiaby Hippomene; 4th dam, Drjrente by Normnnd: 6th dam; Miss Annette by Notour, 6th dam, Victorteute by Umber, 7th dam by Abrantes, 8th dam, Joaepbine by Tipple Cider, nth dam La Duplex by Duplex, 10th dam. Pickpocket mare by Pickpocket, lltli dam, La Pllotte by Pilot. 1-th dam, La Bacbante by Baeba (Arab) 13th dam, a daughter of Dagout (Turk). 14th dam. daughter of Olorieux, 15th dam, daughter of King Pepin. QUADRILLE, No. 2002, is 16 bands one Inch high, Weighs 1300 pounds, with Hne .style and good knee and hock action, is a full made horse and good disposition. TERMS:$12.50 ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 April 1903

I OUR THERE IS DISTINCTION IN KIND OF CLOTHING The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. S. K. Francis on iTuesday April 7, at 2:30 p. m. J. Will Lossop. a one time Monroe boy, writes us to i f j The distinction tliat is inseparable from new. correctly made and s'vli-h apparel, pi nee I lv filled to the wearer This dis tinctlntt nhtajtlft here with every garment weseli. We (five it in our $7.50 suits as well as those at $20. We have new and up to dale styles to offer you and our prices are right. This department is devoted strictly to the CLOTHING BUSINESS and we have the largest stoclc of new and de pendable suits ever shown In our store. Prices range from $6.00 to $22,50 and every price represeacs a value never before given in this city. Our finer grades are li and made throughout by the best tailors of the choicest imported and domestic fab rics, while as we said at first. ALL our clothing possesses the newness, the correct Style and making atid the perfect fit that is a guarantee of s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 April 1903

CENTS A GALLON FOR LIBERTY Ready Mixed Paints ?Y TO CONSLcW!ER. r issued for lli'e cilnr i-nrd-;. YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FAC We pay tho freight. FREE! FREE1 FR The finest assortment of color cards ov JUST HOW, before you forget It, writ The only STRICTLY UNION MADE Paint, on fhe market.. lines! ;:ii-t made by skilled workmen, A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. Liberty pninl la guaranteed for Bye years by a million dollar company. Active men and women make - a month representing us. pi THE &UREKfl PAINT & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. ARE THE BEST THAT CAN BE GROWN choicest vegetables of most beautiful ftowtrfl you should read BURPEE'S FARM ANNUAL FOR 1903, -so ell knuv.n ns the "Leading American Seed Catalogue." It is mailed FRE E to all. Better scud your address TO-DAY. W. ATLEE BURPEE tV CO.. PHILADELPHIA. REfftPFR SEEDS RJrVittl NUB T Ifyouwniitthecl Photographs X AT X Belle Johnson's Studio Wild Kumor. Thursday afternoon the ru mor: Man killed at Handle Factory, Hew...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 April 1903

fSF jUlU.: TIT. It Daetn't Scare Folks to be told the truth about Oof!B The Frnrc-crow coffees are those that hi!e under a glatlngoi factory eggs, glue and such stuff. Llqn Coffoo ll purr, wlinlopomp, poulawd, rich In Bator and uniform in Mraagth. Tlio airtight, sealed pacaam Ibmmm cleaollaest, Iraak bei i and uniformity, Dr. Hornback. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. Mrs. J. Gent Fuqua and chil dren went to New London, Friday, to visit the homefolks Tliomas Morris, of the Kelby Poultry Co., was a business visitor Id Qulocy, Friday. B. H. Welsh was a business visitor in Camp Point. Thurs day. Hon. J. H. Whitecotton, ot Paris, was in the city circula ting amoug friends Thursday. Hon. J. P. Boyd. Prosecuting Attorney of the county, was a business visitor in the city Thursday. Mrs J. V. Oox spent Thu.-s-day in the Gem City with one of her sisters who una her there. For a gopd howdy. John Jarrfian and family have moved lotlie Bluff City, where he ban been at woi'k i:: n plane ino" mill...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 April 1903

1 Air are invited our Spring Sale 1 W. G. WILLIAMSON X X NEW XX Spring (joods, At 5 cents a yard. 1000 yds of elegant laces, some X in sets wilh inserting to match. J Some odd pieces in the lot up X to 12 1-2 cts yd Sale Price 5 cents - I At 10 Cents 3 X 60 dozen Topsy Ribbed Cot' X ton Hose, extra length, sizes J 512 to 9 1-2, worth 12 U2 cents SPECIAL PRICE 10c We now throw open our doors with Record-Breaking Bargains on New, Up-to-date Merchandise, just as an inducement to have you come to our Spring Sale. Ladies' Mus 1 i n Under' wear, Ladies Drawers Nicely trimmed, 25c, 50c, 75c Ladies Skirts Good quality of muslin, nice 1 y trimmed, Special values at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 New Belts The very latest styles at 25c, 50c, 75c Shirt Waist Sets In the latest novelties. Come and see them See our beautiful Stock of Rugs from $1 to $3.98 Ribbons Everything new that is new. See them Ladies' Gowns Biggest Values You ever saw 75cv $1, $150- Trimmings! Group Medallions & everything tha...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 April 1903

Monroe City D A Fc3U. VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1903 NO 2 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting INews Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. vS Willie 0cLn!neuedRerCeu ITEMS FROM FARMERS i ZW' . r7rtS Tlmrsd ay y will be continued regu nights rain storm and Fridays M. M and 7 80 Methodist. Sunday School. 9:30 A Preachinu, 11 A. P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. Epworth League, Sunday, 6:30 P. M. All the young men of the church are requested to meet the Pastor in his study Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. D. P. Bone, pastor. There will be a special music service, floral decoration and an Easter sermon Sunday morn ing. There will be an open session of the League in the evening. Everybody invited. Presbyterian. No services next Sunday Sunday school at quarter of ten. Mrs. Riddle's class received the banner last Sunday. This banner is given every Sunday to the class which has the largest number present on time. First Ba ptist . The Firsc Baptist church is i...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 April 1903

An Easter Sonf. Kichard as QaUtonae, I "Success." Arise, my lieart. and sing tliy Easter song! To the j;reat an! belli of It turning bird, "Now." said Ned. we must A.)ril Bud a warm place for them, for it gets pretty cold nights, you know." v Let's make N place in the haymow," replied Jamie So the" fixed a nice warm Teachers, get your :ards at this office. report Andsweetenini.' hud. uOdglCCO place in tlie lift) and put them ascending ulade. Add thou thy rord Long was tile winter and tin waiting long; Heart, there were Hour-, in deed, lliuu wel l afraid. So long ' he Spring de laved. Kansas City S ,tr: Senator Stone first remov d from Ver non county to St. Louis and now he will leave St. Louis to locate in Jefferson City. A rolling Stone gathers no moss, ! hut heaven knows moss is some next day they had five j thing which no Democratic pol g to add to the first. j itician in Missouri needs. Shut Winter! alabaster tlie sleepy in tin tomb, So wliU'' and ti Summer lay 'I'nat dead she e...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 April 1903

We Give Them Away We are furnishing free to our readers, something that is fat and away the best thing evei offered by anv newspaper. By special arrangement with the tate cannot answer these que rect and official answers to 1,000 important quest) us In the history of the 40 lending nations of the world. All the books in all the libraries in our SOME BRIGHT JEWELS Worth Reading from Hie Atlanta Con itltution. well known Chicago atlas pub lisher, we now offer free to all tions as wel I. if at till. And will) this Bus', There's sunshine enough in the ' world to make even its winters Man's blossom like May. our readers "Tunlaon'l Indexed Wall Atlas of our State, Nation and Globe," size 3 feet and 2 inches by over 2 feet wide. Printed in 5 beauti- NeW ' Encyclopedia a 13 year old boy can give a more concise a nit I complete knowledge of the j Uclted States than 1!) oui of 20 voters or office holders could give without it, or could be found ful colors and mounted with j by reading the Pre...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 April 1903

THE DEMOCRAT VV. J. ROUSE, Editor. h mXSON. City Kditor. KRMR $1,00 PtIR VGAR Pasture Ball. for cows T. II. I Jfc"WW'MWiWWilli''il MOWWWMti I 28. MissOllie Buckmau. one of the studenls at the Convent, spent Saturday and Sunday with tiie lintnrfolki nenrShel-bina. tert'M at Ihu putt office at MoafOt CUT, Mo. AM MTOfl'l-f'lHH MtflttCr. TELFPMNO NO. THURSDAY APKI I. 1 '.to:. M'ats fresh, quality ky's. 1 tint" I I Don . cured and At Sharp Indiana had a cyclone near Indianapolis Friday. Nix peo ple were Killed and many in jured. It .-wept ad miles of COUntrv 1"" yards wide. Mrs Theo, Gartner, of St. ! Joseph, catnc down Sunday to see her son, Moster Lyon, who , is attending school in this city. Conner's Liundry does the beat of work. ,). E. Christian ' it tliM utfiinl fr line YVtlr ! B We have the Largest and most complete line of QUICK HEAL Gasoline Stoves and Ranges. Prices to suit everybody. Farmer's Headquarters in Farming implements. We sell the cele brated John Deere plows, corn pl...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 April 1903

ammmmwmmmmmnimimimmmrommmmmtmroa Housekeepers, 1 Attention ! 1 It is now House Cleaning time and you are going to need something in Carpets, Uugs, Mattings, Art Squares or Linoleum. Bing aware of that fact, we have brought on one of the Largest and Most Up-to-date Lines that can be found in Northeast Missouri, and we are selling them at prices that will interest you. A visit to our Carpet Department will convince you of these facts. Years of experience in buying and selling Carpets gives us many advantages over other merchants. We buy from the very best carpet houses in the country, therefore we get the most stylish pat terns and most dependable goods. C. J. Rees has been the guest of his soi: Ed L. Rees, the lum b.rman. see our Come in and premiums we cive on sales of goods. Miss Tudie Swinkey. i Tit' C -unty Court has been in ; session '.his week as a Board of 1,' , . 1M llntlltf! f If vou want a ntyliBil and up f ' to. dale trimmed hat tfu to Miss Tudie Swin key's. Attend the bal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 April 1903

CENTS A GALLON FOB LIBERT Ready Mixed Pahrh YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUMER pay tho freight. FREE! FREE! FREE Is The Dnesl assortment of color curds ever issued. JUST NOW, before jroa forget it, write for those color cards. The only STRICTLY UNION MADE Point on the market. lionct poods made by "killed workmen. PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. I A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. Liberty point is guaranteed for five years by a million dollar company. M Active men and women make $200 n month representing us. THF PAINT ft FOIIIPMFNT GOMPflNY. I IIIU aV V W UUIll r LIBERTY, INDIANA. I hilDDCC'C SEEDS, U vBbD w Ifyouwantthechoi i-i r- e -r- ARE THE D C O I THAT CAN BE GROWN c choicest vegetable or most beautiful flowers . ..Art-ir. piiou ammiiiii rn Q I Qfl so well known as the 'Leading American Bced Catalogue." It is mailed FRE E to all. Better send your address TO-DAY. W. AT LEE BURPEE A, CO.. PHILADELPHIA. Photographs x at x Belle Johnson's Studio A Most Liberal Offer AH ni;- farmer...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 April 1903

1 Lion Co States The greatest nation in ths world ig the greati st conrii- .'. , of coffee. Li 1. .iJ is the sttitl.Tiil bttvcfilRS of every state and territory il tho Union. It's pttre thnt'i why. Dr. Horn back, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. I IMtli ntMtffM, (WHIM I'M) .IIkI tlx. i 'I'.. 11 ..... J' The Up-to-date Girl. Whatever else the up to date girl may be, she inust be "droopy." To begin with, her hat, although standing out bravely in front, hangs limply over her hair in the back, and trails off finally into a fall of ribbon or lace. Then her hair, caught loosly and carelessly in the nape of her neck, has a just going to t umble down app ear ance, and Hie long lines of her trailing vn and flowing sleeve add to the general drooping effect. The details of her cos tume are also calculated to carry out this idea, for at the neck the strictly modern girl, when dressed for an afternoon call or the matinee, wears a little jewel or locket pendant ! on a gold chain. This is sns ! p...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 April 1903

t m 1 s I r e b tJ ti st ol to wit ant wif Hatch. Our merchant was trading with your city merchants Sat urday. Mrs. Matilda Hogan and Miss Bland were laid to rest in the Urush Creek cemetery last Wednesday. Rev. D. P. Sul livan came down from Monroe City and conducted the rites of the church Some farmers are through sowing oats Manning Elliott of vour city, was buying cattle In this vicin ity last wek. Quite a lot of hogs were taken from this place to Hassard last week and sold to. John Kendrick A letter from Uncle Henry Uomueck who is at the bedside of his brother in St. Joseph, states that his brother is in a criticit condition. Watson Bros, have moved on a faun near U.issard. Elliott Tiros, have a car load of steers. John Watts is feeding a tine bunch of cattle and hogs. Warren. Clarence Terrill is on the sick list. Miss K.sie Renshaw is visit ing relatives in Monroe City. Joe Lyell, wife and children spent Sunday with his father, John Lyell. Mrs. Robert Christian and little daug...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 April 1903

7 I Supplement to THE MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT, I $10,000.00 TO BE DISTRIBUTED. The St. Louis Republic Offers Fourteen Splendid Rewards to Subscribers. An interesting announcement appears in that great metropol itan newspaper, The St. Louis 'anj Monroe counties Younjr. Fauntleroy Young passed quietly away at 9:2q Sunday evening, April 5, at his home in the southern part of the city, after a lingering illness of can cer of the stomach. Several ol his children were at his bedside the last few weeks. He was born near Perry, Jan. 22, 120, and spent all of his life in Kalis fie was GOOD EXAMPLE Republic, in the form of a profit sharing offer to ar.y one now a subscriber or willing to become a subscriber of The Republic. A big sum of 10,000.00 is to be paid in rewards for good judge ment and skill, ft is possible to earn all the way from $10.00 up to 5.000.00. The Republic's subscribers are invited to estimate upon the number of admissions to the Woi id's Fair ground upon the occasion of the ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 April 1903

Li Supplement to THE MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. R. V. Sullivan spent Thurs day in Palmyra. t tit m i i . . I ueorge vv. rooiey was a uus iness ,'isitor in New London Monday. All first class brands of canned goods at Sharp & DoNr.Eys. Burpee's bulk garden seeds at A. II. Green's feed store. 4-22 Mr. and Mrs. S. R Emery of Ely, were shoppers in the city Monday. Bargains in Children and Misses sample shoes Bon, ware's Shoe Store. Mrs. R. S. McClintlc is spend ing the week with the home tolks in Hannibal. Highest prices are paid for poultry and eggs, hides, etc., a Balzer & Dirigo's. The new cup defender is to be the Reliance and the young lady to christen her is Miss Nora Iselin. Nora is as good an name as Sir Liptons Shamrock. Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs for sale, 30 cents per setting. Mrs. Ollie Wilson. Don't fail to see Ashury & Jarman, the painters, decora tors and paper hangers before you order your work done. who Dr. T. J. Mendenhall, makes his home with his daugh ter, Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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