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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 July 1903

Home talent will produce Esmeralda tonight. Miss Cecelia Strong of Water ford. P., arrived Tuesday to be with her sister. Mrs. Katharine Lear, who has been quite ill for several weeks. fun For You Races and Big Dinner for you at ti e Pair grounds -July 30lh. 15c admission. When you want any work done in the windmill or pump Jine, see P. S. Sounder. Daniel L-e ;f Chicago, is vis iting his kmspeople, Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton. Have your clothes laundried at the Weem's Laundry and feel comfortable. Prank P. Christian, the barber, is the agent here. Miss Sadie Withers of Withers Mill, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thorton Maddox. Uncle Billy Foreman and S. G. Demaree visited the I. O. O. P. lodge at Hunnewell Satur day night. Dr. W. P. A bell, Osteopath, will be in Monroe City on Mon days. Wednesdays and Satur days. Consultation and exami nation free. Miss Cora V. Oarrico, the accomplished school in.irm. will teach at the Heavenridge school this fall and winter. Milk Oil Sheep ...

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. — 16 July 1903

LETTER TO MR. J. H. GRADY Monroe City, Mo. Dear Sir: Your business is, when a house burns down, to give t lie owner some money to build a new one. It is a good business. Queer that the world got on so long without it. We paint the one that burnt down and the new one too. What is better, we paint the houses that don't burn down. You insure the houses that burn; we insure the houses that don't You have the ashes and smolo ; all the houses are ours. We paint ready pnint; Devoe. We sell the paint to painters; we don't paint. Lead and oil is the old-fash ion paint. Devoe is good paint tilings ground in with the lead and linseed oil: the best paint in the world: Bnd the cheapest. becauM' t'ic v,-orlc is all done oy machinery. Nobody wants poor paint; "Bill Clark." We met out old friend, Bill Clark, in Monroe City the other day. He has squatted on 21,000 acres of land 6 miles Northeast of Midland. Texas. He lives in a tent on the land six months out of every year. His home is a lonesome On...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 July 1903

25,000 New Words ifru uddtal ; ilu tttliltin of W r'r lntvrtMJ.nrml I Motion arj. 'Hit httwrnn! iormf ia kept NittnvM uhrviwt, f i lie limcH. Ii t.lt.iH .-"I: w.- l;, expensive work MM) .. M CI ; , I i . ii Uio only iviiv lo I i',.. iu-liooiiry Mm St HOARD p MU i s (ORITY of 'Mm KoIIhIi apoitkfng world. tHhur liottotmrkw follow. Wol Hltr I. H.U. tt ; t.In- fiivorilo willi .luilgt'H, KmIioIhkh, I' hienlnm, Printers, Ho., ia ifltd foreign eoimliie.H. i jtocliii euril will bring you loMmMiiltg specimen N ;os, oliO. i. X l JlBRItLUI COMPANY SritiNoriEM), Mass. HINIiiaHMM or WEBSTER'S fTER NATIONAL CTfONARY. lie Took the Hint. The bashful lover drew his breath And made an effort g rand ; "I wish I were the glove," he cried, That rests upon your hand !" She blushed a trifle and re plied. I must admire your taste. But I would rather that you were The belt around my waist." McLandbukgh Wilson. Cholera Infantum. This has long been regarded as one of the most dangerous and fatal dis eases to ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 July 1903

Hugh B. Mudd. The American Idea is to get the Best for the Least Money and our ambition is to sell More and Better Harness, Driving, Draft and Farm Harness, than any one. f( Modern Eloquence Cannot do Justice to the Line of I FINE SURRIES, BUGGIES, ROAD WAGONS and STANHOPES V CARRIED BY f I I 0 n Money talks and so does my low prices. Sold Twenty-two buggies last week and ordered a car load more i -I BUGGIES. The Joseph Moon buggies and run-a-bouts have no su periors and are noted for lightness and durability. SURRIES The Pontiac surries and buggies are well made, ex cellently trimmed and beautifully painted. PHAETONS Graceful in every line, trim mings in broad cloth or leather, painted equal to pianos and ride as easy as Webb Hammocks. A complete line of LAP DUSTERS AND WHIPS of all grades. Mudd i i A Jolly Excursion- Perhaps you do not know that the pretty daughters of the Buckman district have organ ized a sewing circle. It consists of twenty jolly daughters of Eve namely: Misses...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 July 1903

) Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE OITT, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1903 NO 17 The Pope of Peace- Glorious Name to Leave His People Leo XIII, Head of Catholic Church, after a Long Illness, Passed Away Monday at 4 p. m. POPE LEO XIII. ) Leo XIII head ot the Catholic Church, after a long illness passed away Monday 4.04 p. m. His death politically and re ligiously effects more people than would that of any tour crowned heads of Europe. THE END COMES AT LAST. Rome, July 20. The world mourns the passing of a great pontiff. Pope Leo XIII, for more than half a century a mem ber of the house of cardinals and for twenty-five years the head of the Catholic church, is dead. The end came peacefully at 4:04 (9:19 St. Louis time) this afternoon, and the mind of the venerable dignitary was un clouded almost to the last. COMPLETE CHRONOLOGY OF POPE LEO'S LIFE. Born at Carpineto. March 2, 1810. Entered college at Rome, 1824. Matriculated at Gregorian university 1830. Enteieu college of Noble E...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 July 1903

City Property for 9ale by Davenport . Co., Real Etnte, Loan and Invest ment Asrents, Monroe City, Mo. Ws Mnke Farm Limns at 1 per cent Interest No, f. Lot .10x140 feet one tnl one-half story, frame dwelling with three rooms; front oath on LftWf Street In Petrol's Addition. Wall located, and can be had at WOM cash, or on time u suit purchaser, If well secured. Ho. Lot HM40 ft. one-story fraire dwell. lor. with four rooms, 'routine; west on Locust Street, nor public park. In Rood nelchbor bood. PfM only MM. 00; S;t50 00cesh, balance on time. Ho. M liood si I room frame, one and onc balf story ilwcllluu lot 16x14)0 ft, barn and !!. OBtbUlldlBgaj (routine; south on (' lie rlne strtit, und In df slrabls BflgbbofhOOd, Price " 000, and owner nilRbl tnke some Ihe ! as l"rt P5 No. 13 This Is a nice, large two-story frame reside!" I of eight rooms, desirably located, fronting east on Main street, with rooiI out- MdMltllD conslilerable ".mail fruit, good stone front Walk, ltd iron front fence-...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 July 1903

1 1 I PURE ICE! For Good Merchantable Ice see vjuuui SOME BRIGHT JEWELS. John W. Stephens. H ONE 18 JULkJULASUUULSJLSUULJUUUL eijts Waited A full line of Lawn Swings, Porch Chairs, Settees, Etc. Sample 2 Passenger Swin 3, 4 passenger swing $4. to those desiring agency. CLEARFIELD WOODENWARE CO., CLEARFIELD, PA. f i j ! j f ONLY A FEW. There are only a few of those Wall Maps i of the State, the United States and the World left out of the DEMOCRAT'S third order. When they are gone we will not get anv more, so if you want a map now is the time to Renew your subscription and pay a year in advance, Or become a subscriber and pay in advance, to secure one i i i i i i i Worth Reading from the Atlanta Con stitution. Open Ports. Washington, Jul 16 The Manchuriau question is settled satisfactorily to this govern, ment. Assurances were receiv ed from the Cninese government that it "rill In the near future open as treaty ports several ports now closed to the world's trade. The Russian governmen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 July 1903

ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE, Boulware's Shoe Store, Shoes and Slippers. The GREATEST SHOE SALE Ever Held in Monroe City. v H j H Mm gone through our stock and picked out the odds and ends and discontinued lines, and placed the shoes on to nlao m mi v o hrif m r viyl iv v1nivi "fiviiiiAci TTTn have cut prices to the heart and until August 8 you can get the greatest bargains in Shoes and Slippers ever offered to the people of Monroe and vicinity. COMB QUICK BEFORE THEY ARE GONE. At these prices the bargains will not last long. Bring this ad. with you and you will find that we advertise nothin r but Facts. 45 pr Men's satin calf lace shoes, worth $1.50 sale price $1 1 38 pr Men's grain buckle plow shoes " 150 mm H 9 pr 10 pr 7 pr 11 pr it 44 2.00 1.50 1.75 1.50 1.50 44 4 4 44 44 (4 1 125 2.50 3 Dongola lace shoes " 1.75 Patent calf Oxfords " 3.50 Velour calf Oxfords " 3 50 " Patent leather and j 20 pr Boys' shoes broken sizes 8 35 pr Ladies' kid Oxford, patent tip H 30 pr " strap sandals Sc ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 July 1903

1 1 X X THE PLACE TO FIND X X A anStaple Groceries. FOR PICNICS McCLINTIC & DONLEY X X X HAVE THE X X X Home Killed, Fresh Meats X X . JUST THE THING FOR X X PICNIC DINNERS. wm ALSO Fresh Fruits and Confections j I I v v v . IS AT X X X X McCLINTIC 4 DONLEY'S I THP n F A1 Of D A T George Johnston came down ClTlWVK I rom Shelby ville Saturday to W. J. ROUSE, Editor. see tlle homefolks. R. w. HIXSON, city Editor. . Mrs. R v Sullivan, of Moorei- Rms Sl.OONRVBAR ville came down Sunday to V"U visit the homefolks. uiered at the post office at Monroe City, Mo. , " as seeond-ciags matter. Lewis Lear, of Kansas City, has been visiting hia sisterin- TELEPHENO NO. . . U law, Mrs. Katherine Lear who TllURSDAY JULY 23, 1903 is (lue "Ick, and mother, Mrs. , John Howe. Schofield. Capt. William Schofield died Tuesday, July 21, 1903, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. J Kent, with whom he has made his home tor several years. He has been in poor health for four years. Capt. Schofield was born i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 July 1903

ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- Will T Clark lost one of his large fine mules Friday by a collar boil on the upper part of neck. Jobn L. Owen shipped in a car of butcher stuff from Kansas City. James Elzea lias shipped six fancy buck 1 ambs to J. II. Mur phy, Gainsville, Texas. J. M. Proctor & Son have had another well drilled on their Hereford ranch south of city. It is 54 feet deep with 25 feet of water in it and stands pumping 15 gallons per minute. John Kendrick has shipped 3 cars of lambs, 1 of hogs and 1 mixed load from Hassard dur ing the past week. John L. Owen sent L'fl head of butcher stuff to the Bluff City market Monday. J. M. Proctor & Son, J. H McClintic, W. G. Barger and P. D. Proctor have sent samples of their blue grass seed to St Louis. If prices suit they wil ship. Sharp & Gray have bought sheep from C Wagner 4, Green ton Bros. 10. W S McClintic 134. H Clough 9, B G Moss 69, W H Moss 4, J E Battev 22. L Crook G, I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 July 1903

aimwmmmmmwmwmmimimmmwmmmwmmnwf GOOD BYE SALE Summer TO ALL OUR Goods THE STORY IN A NUT SHELL. Instead of having a closing-out sal ) in September, we put September prices on now, when Summer Goods are selling when there are yet two or three months of ser vice; ahead. Nearly all the Summer Goods in this store have been marked down, which wiil enable you to save money on what you really need. In looking for cheapness, Greatly reduced prices on don't overlook quality. Here remnants of you can find men's straw hats Dress Qoods and at almost your own price; good styles and good qualitv. Wasn Goods. - ; MC?iu,c Very desirabIe for school Special prices on MEN S dresses BELTS. i ; 7 A large assortment of men's Look over our Bargain shirt waists at 1-2 price. See Counter of Ladies' and Child- them in the north window. ren's Oxfords and then ask - - the price of them. I hen you Ladies: We have a lot of will buy a pair. shirt waists that we will sell you for a great deal less than There is no ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 July 1903

Black Kettle, Black Pot. Now tbe Russians want tlie Czar to send petition and make protest to Roosevelt over the "appalling brutality' in the outrages and atrocities inflicted upon negroes in this country. They appeal "in the natm of civilization and humanity.'' The Buddhists are also sending mis sionaries oi'er here and in due time we may he sufficiently civ ilized to note the mote in our own eye as well as the heam in our neighbor's. Quiucy Herald Since Teddy the Accident happened, several queer things have happened. During the English South African war. American ships were stopped on the high seas and their cargoes confiscated oy the Brit ish During that war this government's representative's official mail was opened. Dur ing that war thousands of Boer women and girls were mistreat ed and shot down like animals. Did the United States officials tear their shirts or make vigor ous proiests? Nit If the Czar should it is not at probable send a lynching protest to this country. Theodo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 July 1903

Letter to National Handle Company Monroe City, Mo. Gentlemen: You are makers, so are we. You know what you make: you know alJ about t. We know our paint as you Know y our goods. Well now wnal it is, how it I acts, what it doe. how it lives, and how long the conditions being favorable or unfavorable. It is f.iir that we take the risk of it every v,t ; but we ought not to risk any use or abuse of it. Can't draw the line. We are dealing with strangers. We are strangers to them as they are strangers to us. We want to be trusted by them We trust them first; that's the way to get trusted. We trust them to paint with a fair degree of common paint knowledge and care. We expect to be trusted to furnish paint as good as paint tan be, and to last as long as paint can. If you do your business that way, you area fellow with us and one of a thousand. A few mean men in the course of a year wiU abuse, our trust and put us to loss; but 999 in 1 000 will tell their friends how true we are. and our pa...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 July 1903

Where did you get that Buggy ? - Well, It Makes no Differences . YOU NEED A NEW ONE! A Car Load of Buggies X X just Received. We Will Sell Ttieti) at 10 per cent, discount JUST TO SHOW YOU Saturday, AUG. T 1 BUGGIES, SURRIES, D WAGON AND CARRJEDBY g MuJd Are of the Best Material, Best Painted, Best Trimmed, Rubber or Steel Tires, Most Chic on the Market and that We have no Competitors in Prices. We want your Trade And offer you goods at prices that absolutely cannot be duplicated. 4 4 4 i I 4 i 4 i 4 4 f t A bargain that does not include first class quality is a fake. Knowing that, we offer you MORE AND BETTER 5 i Driving, Draft and Farm Harness For your money than any one can do. First class Hand Made Goods, or, if you wish, the cheaper factory goods- REMEMBER The PONTIAC Buggies and Run-a-bouts are the thing for you and the Phaetons are just what would please your wife best. All goods trimmed in half or full leather or broad cloth. Complete Line of Dusters and Whips. Buying in lar...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 July 1903

r a of Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JULY 30, 1902 NO 18 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning; the Differ ent Denominations. Nothing doing tine week. Must be otl oil a vacation, but the fellow that was seven days falling is doing business at the old stand. The Missouri Conterence of the Methodist church, South, will convene at Mexico Sept. 2nd, Bishop C. B. Galloway will preside. HOLINESS CHURCH. Rev. H A. Foster will con duct services at the Holiness church Sunday. St. Jude. The Friday evening lectures will be discontinued during August. There will be the us ual Friday evening service, however, followed by choir practice. There will be a celebration of the Holy Communion with ser mon next Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. Methodist. Sunday School. 9:30 A. M. Preaching at 11, a. m. Junior League at 3, p. m. Epworth League, Sunday, 8:00 P. M. Union service at 7 o'clock, p. m., in the north park. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8:00 P. M. A Bull i...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 July 1903

City Property for sale by Davenport . Co., Real Estiite, Loan and Invest ment Agents, Monroe City, Mo, W Make Farm Loan at " per cent Interest ! No. I,nt .10x140 feet, one ami one-half story. INN dwelling, with three rooms: front i nth on Lawn Street In Pelr'oVn Addition- I Well lorau d. and can t.c hud at .vo.O0 rash, or n time to nit purchaser, If well secured. No. n I,ol SOxUO ft., one-story frame dwell ta. w ith four room", fronting well on LOOUil Street, nenr puhlle park. In good neighbor hood. Prion only MMLOOi MM 00 caih. balance, n time. No. in liood si i -room frame, one and one half story dwelling lot 7SxH ft, barn and her i II ilidlngs; Irnnting smith on Ca ha rine Mmt, and in desirable neighborhood. Price '.' 0 on, and owner might take some live stock as part pay No. Il This Is a nlee. large two-story frame residence of eight rooms, desirably located, front. i r raft OH Main street, with gKd ont-blllMimv- ronsiderable small fruit good stone frout wh s. nd Iron front fenc...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 July 1903

PURE ICE! Tin For Good Merchantable Ice see t C John W. Steohens. 3 jo H ONE 18 o) feifts Waijted A full line of Lawn Swings, Porch Chairs, Settees, Etc. Sample 2 Passenger Swing $3, 4 passenger swing $4, to those desiring agency. CLEARFIELD WOODEN' WARE CO., CLEARFIELD, PA. s ONLY A FEW. There are only a few of those Wall Maps of the State, the United States and the World left out of the DEMOCRAT'S third order. When they are gone we will not get any more, so if you want a map now is the time to Renew your subscription and pay a year in advance, Or become a subscriber and pay in advance, to secure one 1 i I I 4 James Colvert, of Laddonia, has been visiting Marion Coun ty relatives. T. P. Hess, of Ralls County, is the guest of his brother-in-law, C. P. Straub. Mrs. W. G. Truitt is off for Georgetown, Del., for a months visit. John L. Woolfolk has again concluded that the only way to get the news is to read the Monroe City Democrat. Don't forget the nic Saturday. J. L. Melson the week...

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

T WE LEAD IN QUALITY, WORKMANSHIP and PRICES, It is a wise policy to buy a HARNESS that will stand a critical examination. HAND SEWED HARNESS. We sell them at prices that no one in north Missouri can compete with. We have no machine, nor do we want one. EVERY STRAP HAND SEWED. D. K. Yowell Saddlery Co. Established in 1884. Manufacturers of HAND SEWED HARNESS. I TH 1; DEMOCRAT w. K. rBRMS . LtOUSti, Editor. SIXSON, City Editor. $I.OO PUR VEAH UUsrvd ultla' post office at Monroo City, ac Reronil-rlSKH ointtcr. FELEPIIENO NO. THURSDAY, Mo. II JULY oO, 1908 Young Mr. Rockefeller says that he gets his light by pray in;,' for it, but have you noticed that he charges the rest of us 15 cents per gallon for it and a little more when a donation is to be made. Mis To us it appears that the Missouri Supreme Court lias made a grave error in fining Editors Shepherd and fund iff and has et a dangerous pre cedent. The liberty of the peo ple depends upon a free press and free speech. Doubtless the c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 July 1903

I S HOT WEATHER 5BARGAINS 3 n n n n n R 5 cent Scotch Lawn - 4c 8 1-3 cent Corded Dimities 5c 10 cent Batiste and Dimities 8 l-3c 15 cent Dimities and Batiste . 12 1 2c $2 White Shirt Waists Si. go $1.75 White Shirt Waists $148 $ Wash Skirts, Duck 7 5c SI. 25 Wash Skirts. Duck .. 98c India Linen, 5, 8 1.3, 10, 15,25 and 30c Ladies' Union Suits, 25 and 5oc 10 doz Ladies' Vests, each - 10 doz Ladies' Topsy Black Hose, per pair New Wiist Bags. 25c, 50c, 75c and New Belts. 25c and Fans, 2 for 5, 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c and Children's White, Pink or Blue Hose. 3 for 25 pieces Zephyr Ginghams 5c 5c $1 :oc 50c 25c ioc 10 pieces Zephyr Ginghams 8 1 -3c lie 1 5c - 25c 50c SI 8 53 V 0 8 3 pieces hop Sackings for only 25c Children's Fancy Parasols 13 5oc Corsets, assorted sizes 11 Si Corsets, assorted sizes Ladies' Elbow Length Silk Mitts See our Remnant Table YOURS RESPECTFULLY, W. a WILLIAMSON. V M George R. Ebey and wife, of Logansport, Ind., spent the week with the Editor's family. Socrates: He ...

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

Letter to Boulware 4 Son Monroe City, Mo Dear Sirs: You know all ahout shoes. How many cus tomers have you who know any thing about 'em? You nave bought and told shoes for years, and have learn ed what you know by your customers' liking one sort, and not likilttf another. Thy tind out by wearing 'em So with paint; hut we ffij Three Prayer. From t!i Philadelphia Record. Three Methodist ministers, as they were dining together re cently talked about short prayers. "A prayerfshort as it was irreverent." said the tirst, "was offered up by a soldier btfor the battle of Waterloo. Tt was this: O God. if there be a God. save my soul, if I have a soul.' " 'That prayer," said the precunei minister, resembles deeper. We are 145 years old 1 otif Comrxwed by Eishop A.tter in the business; and we make, rot tuy we make a good riVjil ( t a int. We paint a good bare of the railroad and steamer property in the United States, ind may as well paint the private prop erty Yours as well as any 1 ody else's...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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