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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 July 1903

l ittle Helps By The Way. What are we set on earth for? Say. to toil ; Nor seek to leave thy tending of the vines Por the beat o' the day, till it declines. And death's mild surface shall from work Hfttoil. God did anoint thee with his odorous oil. To wrestle, not to reign: and he assigns All thy tears over, like pure crystal lines, Por younger fellow workers of the soil To wear for amulets. So oth ers shall Tane patience, labor, to their heart and band, Prom thy hand and thy heart and thy brave cheer. And God's grace fructify through thee to all. The least flower, with a brim ming cup, may stand And share its dewdrop witb an other near. Eliza betb Barrett Browning. Marie Picnics belong to a class of epidemics that break out annu ally, periodically spasmodical ly, and in several other ways not necessary to mention Ac cording to the best authority at hand, which is myself, they date back to the time when the Picts and Scots made their periodical and spasmodical de scents on their foe...

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. — 30 July 1903

f t f f I t f f C3 CD f I f f f j Where did you get that Buggy ? Well, it Makes no Difference, YOU NEED A NEW ONE U - - in i ' " A Car Load of Buggies 2c just Keceived. h Saturday, AUG. I j in CU IU JCI U3III. UI5MJUIII A JUST TO SHOW YOU 4 1. TUT THE BUGGIES, SURRIES, ND STANHOPES Hugh B. Mudd. I Are of the Best Material, Best Painted, Best Trimmed, Rubber or Steel Tires, Most Chic on the Market and that ) u i n x'j. rv $ we nave nu burnpeuiors in rriues. CARRIED BY ON We want your Trade And offer you goods at prices that absolutely cannot be duplicated. A bargain that does not include first class quality is a fake. Knowing that, we offer you MORE AND BETTER riving, 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- HEMEMBEK 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. Comp...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 August 1903

V 7 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. AUGUST 6, 1903 NO 19 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. the number of ordinations of ministers. The number was 290 inil898, but there were only 184 Rev A. B. Book and family went to Lakenan Thursday to visit Mrs. Book's kmspeople. Rev. J. E. Hampton, of Lee's Summitt spent the latter part of last ween In the city with his fathers family. He and Rev. I. W. Read exchanged pulpits Sunday. 'Rev. Hampton's peo ple at Lee's Summitt have treated him nicely and shown their esteer , by presenting him with a handsome gold watch. He has resigned the charge of the church after four years service to accept the pastorate of Independence Ave Church Kansas City. Mo., Sept. 1st. Rev. D. F. Bone was in Pal myra yesterday to examiue a candidate for the ministry. The Convention of the First District Christian Endeavor Union will be held at Louisiana Aug. 26 28, Prominent speak ers and workers w...

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

City Property for sale by Davenport & Co., Rea Estate, Loan and Invest ment Agents, Monroe City, Mo. We Make Kami Loans nt S per cent interest Ho. 6 Lei Ml 140 feet, one and fine-half utorj. frame dwulltug. with three mom"; front" math nn l,awn Street tn Pelr-nl's Addition Well loeatei. and can be bid at SMO.00 8Mb, or on time to rait pnnhtMt r, if w.u itoured, Wo. H Lot tt'illfi ft. one-itory franc- dwell ing, with lour rooms, fronting WSSt OB LoBtMl Street, neir public park, in fOOd neighbor hood. Prion only Ha&OOj MMOOCMh, baltnc n time. Ko. 10 tiood Is-roma frame, one find nm -heir story dwelling lot 751140 ft. ham and Other outbuilding', Irnnllng smith Ml Cl ha rlne strei t, and In desirable neighborhood. Prlre v, u and ow ner might take MUM iliVS stock as perl pT Ko. IS This is a Hire, largo two-slorv trims residence of eight rooms, desirably located, fronting eetuon .Main itrest, with good out bnll 'li id considerable small fruit, good Mone front wii nil li"ii (rum fe...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 August 1903

PURE ICE! For Good Merchantable Ice see John W. Stephens. H ONE 18 .JLOJLO.JLOJLOJLO.JUU Pci?ts Wanted A full line of Lawn Swings, Porch Chairs, Settees, Etc. Sample 2 Passenger Swing 8, I passenger swing $4, to those desiring agency. CLEARFIELD WOODEN'WARE CO., CLEARFIELD, PA. ONLY A FEW. There arc 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 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 4 i SOME BRIGHT JEWELS. Worth Reading from the Atlanta Constitution. Da Lightnin' lef de stormy sky En cltan fergot ter hit me; De'Huriicane it passed me by Don't let de airthquake git me! De Fever made de country fret But still he iail ter ietch me; En now. fei goodness sake, don't let De Rheumatism ketch me'. De Elements dey makes a stir De Thunder gittin' stronger; Lawd...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 August 1903

THE DEMOCRAT " W.J. ROUSE, Editor. K R. V. H IX SON, City Editor. merr.. j? . . TERMS Sl.OO PER YEAR m trn KoUiruu At the post office ai Monroe City, Mo pen. no matter how rich and in lluential they may be. TFJ.EPHENO NO. on on t N lB 8u, THURSDAY boo aiA- Ni . otht .myself. a second-Haas matter. Evidence can be 6ecured from all ti e bl)( lobbyists by Col. Hodine's plan. It should be tried. MRS. MELSON Entertains In Honor of Mrs. E. J. Broad dus and Daughter. Miss Martha Of Kansas City. Mo. U AUG. C. 1908 Gravel Roads Th' farmers south of this citv are tii in believers in (rood roads and at last the County Court ea "1 Will incriminate i... w is letting too many I aialalAnr whifh mp;iK i.nnrl rii . . . - I " - Prl( WUOW off from giving testimony rilns . fr tnoM people are In .tooiu the bribery cases before the earnest about the matter. So Kjfit. Louis grand jury and the',.,,..,, S(. tl)pv are n,)t their pockets help iv tor PUBLIC UT1LITIE8 Tom Bliea and Pbtl Tewell sung the siren Ot)...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 August 1903

THIS MONTH 5 a K ft h On purchases of $2.00 or over, we will give a beautiful 16x20 Enamel Water Color Pastel and a 16x20 six inch portrait frame for 89 cents. Do not miss this opportunity to decorate your homes and secure the GREATEST BARGAINS V. JTc IN ALL J JT. jC SUMMER GOODS ever sold in Monroe City. W G. Williamson. 8 3 3 H V Try Woodward Diamond cof fee. None better. City Council meeting tomor row evening. Byron Dmilap. of the Hunne well Graphic, gave the Dkmo ORAT a pleasant call Monday. Woodward is sole agent tor Thompson & Taylor celebrated Diamond coffee. William Gamble, of Shelbina, has been the guest of his friend Prentis. D. R. Campbell and better half have been visiting the home folks at Palmyra. lir TT n i . t" or rw 1 iwj mo rl n itr r from Callao Sunday to visit D M Proctor and wife. John UUerback has gotten into the habit of taking the Sunday afternoon train for the City of Flowers. Wonder what's the attraction. L Wood spent Sunday with the home folks rear Len...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 August 1903

l etter to Mr. II R. Hardy. Monroe City, Mo. Dear Sir: One coat of Devoe is better than two of some mix ed paints. The American House at Tan. nersville (Citskill Mis.) N. Y.. Chas. L Wiltse, had two coats of paint five years ao; last spring bad two more coats of the same paint. Owner rai Ku'n8 use Devoa but f,'ut tli other paini a lew cents less ht across the street. Cha rlei Rani r painted one coat o( Devoe at the same time last tpritlg The Haner house is the better jot : hut w.i it live years The point "t the story is that Wiltst is sorry already. He has learned something that not one man in a thousand knows that a gallon of one kind of paint can contain twf Hh much paint as a gallon o: another kind of paint. Yoll can't a fiord to put on another pai.it even il you have Lt iifven to 31m. At the same time, yon ee. that Mr. Wiltse's paint appears to have worn rive years ;ive the devil his due. Yours t ruly, F. VV. Devoe & Co. A Key. A younu Japanese compositor employed n a Japane...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 August 1903

PERSIHMONS Are knocked with long poles. McCLINTIC & DONLEY LONG PRICES WILL KNOCK THE Timothy Seed Down, X BRING THEM TO US AND SEE. X Fresh and Cured Meats for you, ALSO ' illlHUi A X V. Oil X X uno and Confections, X X THE PLACE TO FIND X X FANCY Elbert Hickman, of Florida, has been the guest of his uncle , R B Caldwell. We are under obligations to Dr. A K Rut ledge for some of largest mid finest eating sum mer apples that we have ever had. f Groceries AND STAPLE McCLINTIC 4 DONLEY'S E.I Ford and i.imily, of Sbel bin.i, spent tiie latter part of last week in the city with Mrs. Forces parents. John Burton. Monroe's eflic ieut sheriff, spent Thursday It the city with friends. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal. Mo. Miss Bessie VanStaverii of Chicago, arrived Friday morn ing foi a visit with her sister, Mrs. Henry Ftiqu.t. We make choice farm loans at 5 per cent interest, tf Davenport L Co. Ambrose Noland has bought a Lightning Hay press and is now as busy as a bee. Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 August 1903

ITEMS FROM FARMERS M Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- E Willi;. ms 18, Griffin 42. J Givin 62. Market Report. Cattle f3.O0f5.00 II Moss or a horse, although slie bravely tries bcth. ; With feelings of deep regret the Bell family bid their visitors Pearl McReynolda la still in creasing and improving his herd of Duroca. The time for the stock sales is approaching and of course that calls for Bale Bills. The Democrat is fully prepared with material and CUta to get out just what you want and at reasonable rates. Remember the Democrat would be pieaad to do your work in an artistic manner for you. John T. Moss of Warren Town ship, has sold his farm of 240 acres to W. Anlilatid for $8,000. Mr Moss will not (five posses sion lor some time nor lias he quite decided whether Monroe City or Palmyra will be his future home. Mr. Ashland is plowing for wheat on his new possession W P. Boarman, .Jack Craw ford and Price Young Hogg " fiUnia-mn adieu and long only for "good Sheep 8.00$...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 August 1903

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1903 NO 20 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Elder H. P. Davis, of St Louis, has been visiting his wife, who' lias been spending several weeks with her parents Harrison Cary and wife. The First Baptist church was invited by the Fifth Street church of Hannibal to commis sion some person or persons to assist in the ordination of H. W. Cole to the ministry. Rev. I. W. Read, Rev. B. F. Hixson and J. M. Proctor were appoint ed by the church to represent it. The ordination occurred yesterday. Rev. William Calloway has closed the protracted meeting held with Pleasant Hill church near Woodland. Rev. William Calloway left Monday for Camp Point, III. He began a protracted meeting with a church uear that point Monday night. Rev. L. Smith has been called to the pastorate of the Warren Baptist church and accepted. Rev. J. E. Travis, of Fulton, was in the city ihe first of the wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 August 1903

City Property for sale by Davenport , Co., Real E-t.-it Loan and Invest merit Aifots, Monroe Ctv. M. W Malt Farm Loans at 6 per cent Interest Ho. 6 ll HlMA feet, one and nne-lislf story, franti .IwelllnK. with three rnom: fronts mil nn Lawn Street In MfMfl Addition. Wall located, anil ran be had at twin 00 caab. or on tin)' to milt purchaser, if well secured. Mo. s Lot .IPxMO ft one-atorjr frame dwell- luir, with fniir rooms, fronting weft on Locust reet, near jmhllr park. In (rood neighbor hood. Hnr.i only HM.M WW 00 cash, balance n time. Wo. 10 (lood ill rimm frame, one and one half Story dwelling lot 7SxM0 ft. barn and other outbuilding; Iron tint; smith on Ca ha fine street, and in dealrable neighborhood. Price lw 0 BO, and owner might take some live stack as part pa y No. IS This Is a nice, large two-story frame realdet.ee of eight rooms, desirably located, fronting rMIOfl Main street, with good out hnllilitigs n.nsldcrable small fruit good stone hMtwalk, i nd Iron front fence ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 August 1903

) 1 PURE ICE! For Good Merchantable Ice see John W. Stephens. H CNE 16 .XJLULULSULSLSUUULJULSULSL JUUUUU delfts Wanted A full line of Lawn Swings, Porch Chairs, Settees, Etc. Sample 2 Passenger Swing $3, 4 passenger swing $4, to tbose desiring agency. CLEARFIELD WOODErWAFE CO., CLEARFIELD, PA. fif WVHuiml Hi i 1 - ' Hi: I', M.I.. . m ThegrktBank Cracking Scene. An Unexpected Haul! OPERA HOUSE, Tuesday, Aug. 18 The Great Sensational Comedy Drama, "Caught in the Web." By JOSEPH Lk BRANDT, author of "On the Stroke of Twelve." 4 FEATURED SPECIALTIES 4 The Beautiful Ball Room Scene The Great Bank Scene The Great Explosion Scene The Sensational Escape from the Police Station The Great Counterfeiting Scene A Beautiful Love Story, Intermingled with Brisk, Bright Comedy. SEE A Camping Party. A crowd of about 35 persons have been enjoying a camping party at K. N. NeUon's farm four miles down the river. Most of the crowd went down Tues day morning on the Crescent while the remainder drove down...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 August 1903

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. P. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER VEAR MiWred m ihe pot office at Monroe City, aneconri-clui matter. Mo. TELEPHENO NO. U THURSDAY. AUG. 13. 1903 Eveiy pood citizen should take a hard in politics and aid in piuting the best men in office To do this vou must begin at the foundation and aid in pet ting ti)p men best qualified nom inated for t he various positions Just now a lot of Folk entluisi asts are trying to make Mis souri Democrats believe t hat Mr. Folk is the only man in the slate worthy of holding down the governor's chair, when the fact is Missouri has an abund ance of first class gubernatoria timber. Strange as it may ap pear, the Globe Democrat and the lesser lights of Republican isnt are saving that Mr rolk is the only man the Democrats can elect and yet these Republican papers are demanding that the Democratsnomii'ate Folk. Why r Don't become too enthusiastic for Mr. Polk because Missouri Democrats are going to nomi nale the next...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 August 1903

B ALL SUMMER GOODS Must Go ! These prices will move them quick. Now is the time to Save Money. 25 cent Mercerized Gingham 15c 15 cent Zephyr Gingham 10c 10 cent Percales 7 l-2c 15 cent Dimities or Batistes 10c tO cent Lawn or Batiste 7 l-2c 5 cent Lawn or Challies 4c $1 and $L50 Men's Shirt Waists 75c $1 Ladies' Shirt Waists 75c $1.25 Ladies' Wash Skirts 75c $5 All Wool Dress Skirts $3.50 $4 Dress Skirts $3.00 $3 Dress Skirts $2.50 $2 Ladies Muslin Underskirts $1.50 See our Men's $2 and $2.50 Shoes. We sell Douglas $3 and $3.50 Fine Shoes Visit our store this month and SAVE MONEY. W. Q. Williamson H B R W V H H 3 n H K H n M A Jesse Ogle of Spalding, was a business visitor in the city Saturday. The society gentleman of Huntington, Col. W. B. Fahy, was a business visitor in the city Saturday. Ellis Orr, of Hull, II, spent Tuesday in the city with friends. There seems to be some at traction for Orvil Brown in Hannibal. Mrs. Jennie Powell and Mrs ThomasPollock attended the Sorrell Powe...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 August 1903

1 r B,Sj SSSfl'88S'5S ; The Bachelor Girl Reflects. ' i l llliillWiiiiBini in m , , j PERSIHMONS Are knocked with long poles. McCLINTIC & DONLEY LONG PRICES WILL KNOCK THE Timothy Seed Down, X BRING THEM TO US AND SEE. X Fresh and Cured Meats for you, P ALSO mi Fresh Fruits and Confections, X X THE PLACE TO FIND X X AND STAPLE X X X X IS McCLINTIC AT DONLEY'S li i Responsive to Public Opinion. We believe there is a costum which prevails in L lie older countries, that the policy pur sued by ;i cabinet or congress is questioned or criticised by the press and people, that the mem bers reftign und stand i'r re election to see it' the voters in dorse then- acts. Would ii not be a good idea ior the judges of the Missouri supreme court to try that? From the New Mad rid Southeast Missourian. The Grafters ' Abroad. This is the time ol the year when the demand on newspa pers for free advertising is especially strong. The gall of fair secretaries and their ilk lias now reached high tide. T...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 August 1903

MONROE CITY FAIR SEPT. 15-18, 1903 ) PREMIUn LIST. FIRST DAY. SHORT HORN CATTLF.. 1 Cow, any age $IQ 00 2 " 1 and under 2 10 00 x 44 6 mos and under 1 10 00 4 under 6 mos 20 00 7 8 9 10 11 12 3 14 5 Mule, any age or sex 10 00 6 Draft mare, 4 yrs and over 15 00 " 3 and under 4. 10 00 II 4 2 44 " 3 ,4 00 x ' " 2... 8 OO " under 1 yr 8 00 Saddle gelding, 4 and over 15 00 3, under 4 10 oo t 2, 44 3 10 00 i . 44 2 8 00 15 Pole team, stallions excluded 15 00 SPEED RING. j6 3 minute trot, 3 in 5, must be 3 entries 5 00 17 Green pace for horses that never started in race, half mile heats 2 in 3 - 20 00 18 1-4 mile dash "5 00 SECOND DAY. HEREFORD CATTLE. 19 Cow, any age 10 00 20 1 and under 2 - 10 oe 21 6 mos under 1 yr 10 00 22 M under 6 mos 'O 00 23 Fat steer or heifer calved before Sept. I, 1 901 - 25 00 1st $ 15, 2d $10. HORSES. 24 Draft gelding, 4 and over 15 00 2g 3 and under 4 10 00 26 44 2 " 3 10 00 2y 1 " 2 8 00 28 Saddle inare, 4 ,and over 15 00 2 ' 3 and under 4 10 00 .t (4 2 3 - ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 August 1903

PIUS X Said to be Seriously III His Record a Noble One. Special attention attaches to tlie election of Cardinal Sarto aa Pope by reason of the predic tion of Leo tha- he would be his succes-or There must have been some ilis. inyui.lied quality in the man which led the wise and discerning Leo to single him out from the group of younger and lesser princes of the church as the probable choice of the conclave. Although not prominent in the court of the Vatican and a car dinal for only ten years, Cardi nal Sarto has been marked as a man of exceptional vigor, talent and accompliMhtnents. He la said to possess the unusual com bination of grcal learning and great executive ability. He has eloquence and persocal attrac tivne-s. It was probably the possession of these qualities, combined with the fact that he had not been prominent in the curia, that led to his election. pope pu s x gives mlessim; TO ROMANS. Probably the most dramatic feature connected with the assumption of the papal power b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 August 1903

$ JtUZ TlCi V"7 rS OL V Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1903 NO 21 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. About 1 a. m. he woke up and there sat a man on a chair bending over and Charlie think- ' ing a burglar was going through his breech a loons and getting his hard earned lie loped Miss Anna Armstrong, secre out of that bed like a cata tary of Woman's Southern mount and on to Lee Stoddard's Board, and Miss Uransam. Mis-1. back. Lee was busy untying ionary in Cuba trill be in this , i,js shoes preparatory to going ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- city ar.d meet the the First 8. would be pleased to ladies of the city at Baptist church Sept. R7. J. H. McClintic, of Shel bina, is visiting relatives in the city. Rev. Brown, cf Louisiana, filled Appointments at Bethle hem Saturday and Sunday. Rev. E. II. Do'bear, wife and daughter, of Griggsville, III., have been the gue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 August 1903

5, $ 1-2 Jaud 6 per cent, interest- mm good Missouri farms, vt'Hh partial payment privileges at any Interest pay day. Rale ol We aluolloan money on desirable i lly proper- rutiv tint 1 11 1'l I I M I HltS IHI'lS. HI Ii;Dluii'i . ell tarma, cny iimpm .. 1. . US W MIl'l (Ull- eU nd insure piopeny agau.M ure hiiu Hfdoes iu the oiaem nu wm.km- ... -orar 1(1 . Dffi. .-I i.l.. oo otic I ., . We are flnanciany rcPiH.. , - - .v rm 111 mo'irue v-ji t mi iuii DUIUiCRn inem - - a ... anrl Uf It 1V.I1 t J i i. ' Villi DAVENPUKI w., Monroe City, Missouri iRft-If yu want alaii, te sure 10 seeu"' Iptake you a lower ran; i . .v.u,. Banjoul. City Property for sale by Davenport & Co., Real Estate. Loan and Invest ment Agent, Monroe City. Mo. W Make Farm Loam at ', per cenl interest Wo. f, Lot Vrx 140 feet one and om-lialf storv. frame dwelling, with three rooms: fronts aonth on Lawn Street In relrsol's Addition. 1 Well located, and can tie had at V0.on 8Mb, or on time to suit purehaser, ir well s...

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