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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 April 1903

r 4- Monroe City Democrat. BDITYM d and is I road, for VOL. 16 MONRO flf W. F. Dorjoiafl ISSOURI, THURSDAY EYESIGHT SPECIALIST, Is at the OFFICE OF Dr. Frank Turner, Monroe City, Mo., One week only, April 28 to May 4, inclusive. T2yes thoroughly tested, glasses accurately fitted and adjusted, N. B Special attention given to children and those who have never found glasses to suit. ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- J L Kendriclt has sold 6 good yearling Short Horns to Hugh M Clark. H M Clark shipped a car load of Short Horns to Leesburg, -Mo., Saturday. P W Huston shipped a car of spine lumber to Goss, last week to build a residence. That makes the third car he lias shipped since the first of the year. Frank Orr has sold 6 head of yearling Short Horns to Hugh M Clark Z Young thinks he has the boss draft colt. It is a Pati nier. Thomas Yates has sold 21 head of yearlings to T F Hot tor ft V C Spaldiug is happy over the increase in his fox hound kenne...

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. — 30 April 1903

Out of the Night. I Out of the Night (lod spake a Worri ili.it went Sweet sinking 10 l lie souls of all the stars; A Word wonder to lite Unlet' itiK worlds. Born of the beauty of a gr;.j;it. hWd'i dream. And One asleep be neat It the thrilling si.trs. Wliere Night ettfohletl Goil, and Silence seemed Tlie ei-In- ol Hi- footstep heard and passed From Night to Light that Word upon his lips Flatnelile and beautiful, as is a st;i r That marks the way of Morn ii y .in the hills. II But God is LoVc, and Love is mystery And martyrdom in mortal; and to him The sweetest meaning of that Word was Love; Its kneeling patience. Love; its strength, its storm And its resplendent su. '.shine even that Love That bends to kiss a Cross, ask ing but this The shelter of its Shadow death in life. Aiid life in death through ail the deathless years! III. He sang of Love; and from the brows of Grief Love plucked t tie thorns and hid them in his hean ; From his starvec lips Jthe last cold crust withheld Fed th...

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. — 30 April 1903

R A D 9 ft ft A o lar Saved Is a Dollar i We have just received the largest line of Lap Dusters and Nets ever shown in the city. We have four men at work making Single and Double Buggy Harness. Call and price them. 3 Pads, Nets, 'Dusters, Whips, M Summer Stable Sheets, and all Classes of a: horse goods, a; K. Yowell Saddlery Co D a 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 lisher, we now offer free to all our readers "Tuuison's New Indexed Wall Atlas of our State, Nation and Globe," size 3 feet and 2 inches by over 2 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 every post office bold and plain, from lat est Government reports. To gether with a quick i...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 April 1903

A T A. JAEGER '! We have th best QUICK MEAD Gasoline Stoves and Ranges The Best in the World. S "TfiitiSS: o , , 7-,, yJircQC'l ouib! Kememo.r mat we are in u on oase sail (P W Stands Without a Rival. Vv- I Goods, Fishing Tackle Rifles Guns, in fact anything yuu want in iiic oj'uiuu;; uuwua line .ox: a jxlktvi .'v.hv.jw ti-' ?t...-i lit- .TiWiiwc. rtmem ol SCREEN DOORS in North Easl Missouri. We also sell the celebrated Clinton Screen Wire Cloth. Our Diamond Edgi Lawn Mower is just what you have been looking for, for lo, these many years This mowei will cm an 18 inch swath, is high wheeled and car. be adjusted to cut grassfrom i to 4 inches high, thus saving your grass instead of shaving it off next to the ground and killing the crass "HMkbuu-- "-''- ' ' I j THE RUGBY The "RUGBY" Bicycles ri -V t i i2L- Wehave the Largest Line and Bist Assort ment of HAMflOCKS in the city. We bought the sample Hammocks of a large wholesale house and bought them at a bargain and we expect to .yive ou...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 April 1903

MMMMMMMM City Property fcr sale by yy MQyE QRVVOOD. Davenport & Co,, Real Estate. Loan and tnveAt ment Agents, Monroe City. Mo. Wo Make. Farm tiOMU nt 8 Pr CiMit interest- No, f, Lot Mxl H) feet, otio ai:d on -linlf vtorf -frame dwelling, with three r or; front, south on Lawn Utreut In l'jlfOl' Addition. ! Well located, anil eanbo hnd at I5W.O0 tMh, or OB time to suit pureluiser If well MOdf id, No. 8 Lot WxllO ft., one-story fmne dwtll Ins, with four rooms. fMBUOf weft OH Locus Street, ncir public park, in gooi neililior hood, l'rlc! ouly t"i"iO.(iO: Si-"0OJ cosh. l.aUiice ! on time. No. 10 Good slx-ioiim frame, one and one half story dwelling lot ISXMO ft. barn and other outbnliilltiBs; Ironting south on Ca ha" rlne street, and In desirable neijrah rhOOd, Price U.O (H, and owner in ght take lOSBt lift stock as part pr.y. No. 12 This Is a nice, large two-story frame residence of eight rooms, desirably Inflated fronting east on Main street, with good out bulldlugs, considerable ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 April 1903

' J II! j t i j f i 0. WHAT KIND FOUNDATION? I Every Building Enterprise de pends on the Foundation. Fif teen months ago 1 began build ing in Monroe City. Building up a usiness. North. East. i Only a Girl Many a tbroUe lias had to fall For a glf. Just a girl: Many a k i 11 has had to crawl For a girl, J usl a irl ; When the hero goes lo war He may battle tor the right, But 'tis likelier by tar That he sallies forth to light SEASON OF 1 003. R. H. SIMMONS, 14506 Mace record 2:25, P. Hace recotd 2:Jli ;j-4. 'I'. Trial 2:12. Sire of Josephine 2:20 and is ItMdMl'il I mill hj lucediiin and performance Sireil bv Simmons 2744' rac'! reenr l 2:2 v I'hw -in- i-f MM in 2:11(1 list 1st dam. MOLLIS Dam of It. H. SIMMON'S, 2:25 H 2:2ti 8-4 T. QrnOQ Si-nmons 2:l!t 1-4 Pacini! Alnlallah, (MHM, aire of in 2:-ln IWI. An l 2d diMD of the !:..! 1-4. treat Dun I'atoh, "or a girl, ,lut a tfirlj When i: i- doctor ttiriiM lo sa; "It'a a girl, Juat a girl," Papa murmurs with dismay; What! A Kin. J list .i ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 April 1903

J j Tempting Opportunities In Farming Implements Full line of D. M. Osborne's Harvest- q ng Machinery, Binders, Alowers, Discs, f Riding Plows, Cultivators, Emerson Sulky (h Plows and 7 The Celebrated Manly Surreys, Buggies and Road Wagons, The Marshall Bros. Farm and Special Order Wagons know no equal. Made in the shop, every timber and iron in it is guaranteed to be just as represented. MARSHALL BROS. Vine, between Summer and Dover Streets President Roosevelt is saiii to be a good talker. Ex Presi dent Cleveland is said to: Say something wheu he opens his mouth. They meet ou the same platform to day in St. Louis. What will be the verdict? Gov. Odell and Boss P!att unj at outs. Teddy is uneasy for he is very desirous for them to play together in his back yard. Unless they kiss and make up, it promises to be tough sledding for Teddy. r I Memorial Day Thirty years ago the remains of Mrs. Lizzie Rutherford Ellis, were laid to rest in Lin Wood cemetery of Columbu?, Ga. It was she who c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 April 1903

1 1 in . g j in, A Fire. Thursday Cecil Dawson, bad a fire in his shop down on t!ie j iarm. Later his mother had one in the wrong place. In some manner. Cecil' Ore pet tire to the chicken houne In which were a lot of hens and early chickens and one hundred t u r ttt-y 'ggs that Miss Jennie had set under hens. Tiie whole thine. Includ ing Cecil's shop, went up In smoke. By hard work ihe smoke house was saved. Good by tur kev dinners next winter War Clouds. Uussi.i's di maud on China for the control of Manchuria has startled the European powers and has made Washington a lutie hit nervous. Bug I and is moving for a joint protest with Japan. The United Slates has Informed England that it would act Independently. Prance Will .'Hie wnli bCUSSIH or remain neutral. Russia has assured the United States that its inter ests will lie protected, Russia is merely alter her Old enemy. England, for whom she has been laying since the Crimean War in 1854. Japan will be comnelleil to side with England...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 April 1903

With the Unfolding Of The Foliage Comes the return of a sea m of social gaity, weddings, com mencement, and the various other entertainments, as well as the practical needs of life, have been provided for in this re liable store, It is again full to overflowing with new and handsome Spring and Summer Goods, and as everybody knows our prices are the lowest, consistent with good goods. We simply ask you to come and inspect our line. homefolks Drive up to Rogers with your wool and get the tip top price. All first class brands of ca fined goods at Sharp fc DoNLsya 'lijilicst . rkct. Wool by I R Andkuson. India;; C-eck. E New White fc: Goods a Have been arriving daily and the demand is so great for these 2 goods that we urge you Si to come early while our s ock is complete, B iQdia Lii?er?s r Wasi I: Orgai)dies e Piffles LIGHT WEIGHT e Oxfords W trite Batiste E a)tite e ataistiQs - With mercerized and lace stripes, from 10c up f . Schafrner" J I . Tailor. NfcA M APT tiC H AFFNCA A IUII H...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 April 1903

CENTS A GALLON for libert Ready flflixcd Pain : YOU BUY DIRECT FR03VJ FACTORY TO CONSUL R. Wfl pay the freight. FREE! FREE! FREE! The finest nssorlment of color cnnls ever Issued. JDST NOW, before you forget i( , write for these color enrds. The only STRICTLY UNION MADE Paint, on the market,. Honest goods nmde by skilled workmen. A SPECIAL PROPGSETEON FOR PAINTERS. Liberty pain! is guaranteed for five years by a million dollar company. Active men and women make fSOO a month representing us. THE &UREKA PftINT & EQUIPMENT G0MPW, LSBERTV, .WUIAWA. A n r i ' j u I g SOME BRIGHT JEWELS Worth Reading from the Atlanta Con stitutinn. BURPEE'S Si ARE THE THAT CAN BEST. BE GROWN : choicest vegetables or most beautiful flowers you should read BURPEE'S FARM ANNUAL FOR 1903,-" well known as the "Leading American Seed Catalogue." It is mailed FRE E to all. Better send your address TO-DAY. W. ATLEE BURPEE 4 CO., PHILADELPHIA. Speculate James 11 Keen the greatest ; Bear speculator the world...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 April 1903

J .; Strength ' jffee yru buy adds to Its value in uiu cup. iu 'Shi vrf comes to you freih and of full ftrengih, always in scaled, air-tight packages. Hulk coffees lose their strength, deteriorate in flavor, and also gather dirt. Unlfonnll y, frenhn.s and fntl dtranKfch Are InstK'sd to user, of Lion Coffoe. I Want Stoppers. Saturday evening Lamar gists, was up against it good and plenty. A little flaxen haired, curly headed fellow caine in and poir ing a dime at him, said: I want ten cents worth of stop pers. Laftiar What kind of stoppers? Urchin Stoppers for a bottle. Lamar Who wants the corks? Urchin My broth er. Lamar What does he want with a dimes worth of corks? Urchin He wants to suck 'em. The little fellow wanted rub ber nipples and by the hardest got them. The next time a kid asks for cot ks Lamar will know what to give him. Hatch Crowded out last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sara Able had the misfortune to lose their sweet daughter, Haley, who died with measles Friday night. The fune...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 April 1903

I 1 I Mrs. -r Visit Our Store. m W G WILLIAMSON S Big General Store is the Place to Trade. Good Merchandise and Fair Treatment Our Motto. This advertisement is to remind you of the tremendous stock we carry, the lull and complete range of every staple and fancy article in Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Hosiery, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Shoes, Hats, E. & V . S hi lis. Queensvvare and Groceries. Ladies' Muslin Underwe a r. Skirts nicely trimmed $1 and $1 50 Gowns, extra pood values. 73c, $1.00 and 11.50. Corset covers, 25c, 50c and 75c Muslin Drawers. 25c, 50c and 75c A .CHOICE LOT. Come and see them. QUEEN QUALITY SHOES Patent Leather, dull top, flexible sole, cap toe. highest degree oi fashion PfllCE $3.00. Ladies Vests 5, 10, 15,20 and 25c Union Suits 25 and 50c Ladies wash skirts $1, Si. 25 Walking Skirts 83, S3. 50 to S5 Ladies' Hose In the latest styles. Lace Hose 15. 25. 35 and 50c We sell the BEST 10c hose in town MEN'S HOSE Newesti Styles 10c, 15c. 25c and 50C Shirts...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 May 1903

Monroe O f t - 7 City Democ VOL. 16 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1903 NO 6 i 1 i I I i NorvelbShapleigh Hardware Co. ESTABLISHED 184J St. Louis, May 2, 1903. Mr. A. Jaeger, Monroe City, Mo. Dear Sirs"I have your marked copy of the "Monroe City DEMOCRAT" of April 30th, calling our attention to your advertisement. Allow us to congratulate you on the general makeup of this advertisement, and thank you for the representation you have given our goods. We appreciate this and will endeavor to co-operate with you in every way possible. Very truly yours, NORVELL-SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO. H. B, Gordon. Secretary. -vThe Norvell'Shapleigh Hardware Co. is one of the largest business and advertising concerns in the United States, which makes the foregoing as big a compliment for the DEMOCRAT'S Job Department as that of win' ning first prize at the Hannibal Street Fair over thirty five competitors for the best set display advertisement, Mr. Anderson, present foreman of the DEMOCRAT, set th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 May 1903

I City Property fcr sale by Davenport 6. Co , Ufa I E.i.ite. Loan hikI tnvi'. meut A'vihh. Monro C o 1 We Make Farm LoMlMA pf Mill Interest. No, Lot MUM ) fet. one ami onc--h.lf -tor frame dwelling, with three rooms: fronts south OD LWH Street lit lVlr-o!'- Allitiin Well lorate-l. nti'l ean bt bad 1 0 00 Mb, or on time to u t purchaser If well ir ad. No. Lot M xllO ft one. story fru - e dwell. ISf , WlOl lnr rooms'. fTtmUni wet on LOCtltt j Street, nesr public park, In pood iwlgllttor bond. Prltxi only ItlMLOOl KM 00 n sli . bIIHM on time. No. in Good lgIOOin fr'inie, one anil Otlte ! half story .ivi!lliiir lot 75140 ft, Imm Mid other outbuilding) IrontliiK loath on Us h fine street, Mid In il 'slrahle ik-IkSiIj rlmiul. Prlee 'J 000, Mid owner m ght tX0 SOtOC live atoek ns pnrl pay No. 13 T!ii-lsu lltCO, lnrge two stoiv Frame rttldtficii of eight room, desirably loomed-j frontlti!.' east on Main Htreet. With good Mil bntl-'iiiL"'. cunsMeWble imtl fruit good rtn o front Willi; nd Iro...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 May 1903

We Give Them Away. We arc 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 lisher, we mow offer free to all our readers "Tunison's New Indexed Wall Atlas of our State, Nation and Globe," size 3 feet and 2 inches by over 2 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 every post office bold and plain, from lat est Government reports. To gether with a quick index to post offices and counties to date, giving the population of each lrom latest census. The United States In a new and correct map of our Nation in 5 colors from new plates and has marginal tables, giving name and population of cities having 2500 and over popula tion. The Map of the World Gives 'All the Nations of the World in ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 May 1903

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUSE, Kditor. ft, f, HIXSON, City Editor. $1.00 PER YBAK mered tit t he pot offlrc at Monroe c'lly, Mo. a ii.Ih !.. matter. fELEPHEISO NO. U II U KS I) AY. M A V 7. L908 AMERICAN FIELD FENCE. We have the largest shipment of American Field Fence ever brought to this city and are going to sell it as cheap as you have been paying for inferior makes of fences. To the He Oenl :i : Mayor's Report- irnblc Hoard of AliU-rni'-ii: nj i ben leavi my annu report ri'om to Mr. 1 , 1 1 !. inclusive. Whsq witl . .i ordl nance the May r. to submit I May 2. 1002, in accord concerning 1 era X B iil ill" 1 Al'-u - Barb Enoug Wire, supply the County. RECEIPTS d May 2, 100S n al and Mchtt tax Bal on R E, P 1 .' Back tax Penalty Railroad tax . ... Telephone tax m. Poll tax Pin s Bold Co aboose Borrowed money Bonds, Hank of Hannibal Bonds, premium, bank of Hannibal' Bonds, Interest, bank of Han- Sinking fund Interest fund Rale of Fi.Ntur Lumber, dirt, 158 53 1 17 80 1300 60 161 00 09 ! ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 May 1903

! THE (K HartSchiHncr - ; ' ; " ?V i aa HP -f, i . CspvilcM MM bf Hart IrtMm i MM FAMOUS VARSITY. The "Varsity" style, as first pro duced and continued this season by Hart, Schaffner & Marx, is admitted to be the most stylish, snappy sack suit on the market. It is particularly a young men's style; has the jaunty, "snappy" effect prized so highly by youthful men. We are making a specialty of the right kind of clothes for men and boys and we are glad to show you what we mean any dav. The work of the tailors in shaping these suits is as carefully done as that of custon tailors. You'll find that a Hart, Schaffner & Marx coat fits perfectly around the collar and shoulders and you II' be pleased with yourself in these clothes. The place to find these clothes is at Fraternal Patriots Meeting M The Fraternal Patriots met 1 1 at Odd Fellows Hall, Monday Digbli with a goodly number ' present. There being no busi I ness of importance, excepting initiation of three candidates and the re...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 May 1903

CENTS FOR LIBE Ready Mixed Paisi YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUME'":. Wo pay the freight. FREE! FREE! FREE! The finest assortment of color curds ever Issued. JDST NOW, before you forget it, write for (heso color cards. The only STRICTLY UNION MADE Paint, or the market,. Honest goods made by skilled workmen. A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. Liberty paint is guaranteed for five years by a million dollar company. Actl ?B men and women make 200 a month representing us. THE kUREKfl PAINT & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. BURPEE'S SI ARE THE BEST THAT CAN BE GROWN : choicest vegetable, or most beautiful flower. you ihould read BURPEE'S FARM ANNUAL FOR 1903,- well known a, the "Leading American Seed Catalogue." It i, mailed FRE E to all. Better Hod your addrcM TO - DAY W. AT LE E BURPEE & CO., PHILADELPHIA. The Putitoffs. My friend, have you heard of tile ttVwtl of Yawn. On the banks of the Riverj Slow. I Where blooms the Waitavvhile 1 flower fair, Where the Somelimer...

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

The Keystonejf J of Good Health EL is pure food. lino Caffeel is nL COffefl no glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de fects and cheapen its quality. Fresh and Uniform rirli in navor. because .nliv.iva m l-J . - f . ctuea packages never 11 UUIK. IJS 111 H vcr in a Descriptive Authors. The most talkative author, Obatterton. The most fiery, Burnn. The most fishy. Hue. The most severe. Stern. The fastest. Swift. The most distressed. Alien side. The most amusing. Ticket), The most frothy, Porter. The mildest, Lamb. The gam est, Pari ride. The lamest, Buuyan. The coldest, Winter. The gauntest, Haggard. The most aristocratic, King The mcst marked. Twain. The most doubtful, Mable. The most rugged, 11 irdy. The most oil erful, Smiles. The most flowery, Haw tborne -Post Dispatch. Now is a good time to set Rasp Berry plaats. Try a 100 or so. and supply your table with delicious fruit all next season. You can get the best grade of plants at J. Blue Set tie's. 5 7 Our National Capital. How many r...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 May 1903

... II n:;:r::;::5?50KMKMKKKMKMnKKK TEMPERANCE 0 K X X K COME AND GET PRICES ON Lawm Mowers Ice Boxes Freezers and Gasoline Stove? We also have nice Hammocks R. MANNING WALKER ILLUSTRATION Of Why It Bitelh Like A Serpent And Stingeth Like An Adder. iWcLEOD. One of Nature's .Noblemen. Kind, Gentle, Sympathetic and Generous Patrick H McLeod was corn in Derrj County. Ireland, August 1H14. Came ti America 1884. Settled in Indian Creek Township, Monroe County, Mo , in the fall ( 1852. Was elected J. P of the township in 1H,")4. and representative of the twen ty eighth Assembly in 1875 He parsed peacefully into the great beyond at 5 p in. Mon c'ay and a 1 1 er funeral services at St. Stephens the mortal re bered to them with strict fideli ty all his life. While residing in Montgomery county, Mary land, in 1839, he was united in marriage to Miss M. C. Jones, daughter ol J. J. W. Jones, (one of the most distinguished fami lies in the state,) by whom he had ten children, seven of whom are st...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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