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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 December 1898

Monroe City Democrat VOL. Santa Ctaus Letters. Dear Old Santa J saw in the Demouuat th;it you was watch' iug the good and had y i r 1 -. So I will try to be very good and ! hope you will bring me sunn' thing real nice. I am going i ' hide my old doll. So you will bring me a new doll and lots of things. I am eight years old. We an- going to have a nice Christmas tree at our church and mamma says that you will lie there. I am anxious to see you. I live one block east' of Ala in on Cle Lela n i si reel I hope you will find me. So good bye. Terrsa Hardy. Monroe ( 'ity. Mo. Dear Santa Clans As the Editor of our nice paper "the Democrat, " is kind enough to I publish our letters, I know you i will be certain toget them this year. I hope you will bring ine some nice presents, I want a sled, a doll and a pair of skates. I 1 am ten years old and I have j never seen you and 1 am very i anxious to rind out who you are. I live one block east of Main pn Cleveland street, r hope you will tiud me ...

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. — 15 December 1898

The best Pell Bots and Overshoe at Bou I ware's. Correspondent will please i t: their named t their let li'fs. The L. T. L will meet at the 'liri-ti.ni church next Sunday Ml ' '. til V t '. T. IT. meeting. Tuesday, Dec. 2:80 p. m. at Mr .1 .1. Brown's. Visitor always welcome. Tile Republicans tire boasting of the condition f the treasury. Well, it ought to iif in excel lent shape after disponing of t2OO.O00.QO0 f bonds. Secy. Alger. Monday after noon designattd Gen. Ludlow to act as ttrst Military Govern or of Havana City with full power to deal with all local questions. England is anxious for the United States to take charge of the Philippine Islands on the "open door" plan. That is for the U. S. to assume control, foot all the hills and give John Bull equal commercial rights, Wilmington Del.. Dec. 9 Five powder mills in the lower yards of the Dupont powder works, near this city, exploded this morning Four men were killed and several others seriously injured. When you take an artic...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 December 1898

PRACTICAL - GIFTS! DnmwiDDT DflTIT mtlTC'C I hat all Absorbing Question j mTTSlJkJl? TO OrlnE? Should not Trouble You for One Moment, 2 2 Take a Stroll Through Boulware s, Every Counter, Case a,ni Table bubbles and glows with practical suggestions. A stock with no equal in the county. Everything marked at prices in keeping with the reputation that we selling all other stores, not only at Christinas time, but all the year around. 1 have for undersell Christmas Dress Goods. The personal need or holiday thought, this stock is admirably ready. The time was when Dress Goods were pushed remotely back to give prominence to triukety stocks. Now the acceptableness of a dress pattern is generally manifest. Come in and see what pretty things we have to oiler you in Dress Goods. Linens For Gifts, Of course! What more acceptable to any dainty housekeeper than a nice linen Bet? We have a nice assortment and at prices to suit any purse. Towels. Large assortment and the prices are right. Ladles' an...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 December 1898

V IE DEMOCRAT w. . rouse, R. F. HIXSON, . Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. The Milliner - Tudie Hwinkey Goto R. ManntngWalker' cr IMv wedding rings. J amen Spalding of Hnnne Well, was transacting businetl in the city Friday. Miss Bessie McCHntic has been visiting her sister, Mrs, E. 1 P. Mclson, in St. Louis. Sen int; Machines $22,50 best in the world. R Marking Walker, Grover Cleveland is not "ai, j ex confenerate fosil," but he op-1 poses expansion just the same. Secy. Gaffe says the war tax ' must stop. You bet it must, so tbe Dingley deficit will not show j too plainly. !t is a -in to steal a pin. Hut to steal the Philippines is dif ferent. That is "national" expansion.- K. 0, Times. The M jnroe City D3M03Jt T wants a whipping pont estab- lisiied and ives good reason-,' for it. StoutsviMe Banner. i he big cut price sale still Weyler had a good tiling out goes on by J. B. Anderson. of Colonia I Governorships, prob 'i'', . La .tmiilvr tii i -i l ,'.nir- nllanllnn f,. m ,. . . ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 December 1898

Whreler at Santiago. Into tin: thick of llie fight hi- went, fialliil iiinl siok and wan, Borne in ;m iuuIim lance to tlie front, a irhctittly wisp of a man; Jint the fljhtintf hoiiI of a fighting man, approved In the long afo, Went to the front in that ambulance, and the body of Fighting .lo . ( kilt IHIIM Uu hlAHl ft MmIm hk. M.,.i ,., an..!.!, .iu.il! pedto the Provident Arteocin Wounded boys from the Voimont t,on i koula and dlstrib- weeks until he -els over it iiilis ami the Alabama delle; uted among tile poor on Christ - 'i'lit them luto the an-KiUn--, I'll mas eva. The rabbits will be rtdoto tlio fpoat-'heealdi shipped to St. Louis over the Anu no ciimrr-d to the addle and ,, . , , , rode right n, that little old ex- Burlington Route free of charge, i. the management having tender- -.1 '11. ' i . . eu tueir services, winch was d Second Annual Rabbit Hunt. Reflections ol a Bachelor. fill. . -f! r t . M m 1 ne citizens or online town hiove has a lan'ruaire to ship, in particula...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 December 1898

1 1 8 L. T. BELL, Monroe City, Hissouri. PRACTICAL GIFTS X That all absorbing question "What to Give?'' Should not trouble you for a moment. TAKE A LOOK THROUGH : : : : : : BELL'S BIG Sreadywear attire CLOTHING - STORE! Every counter, case and table bubbles and glows with practical suggestions. A stock with no equal in Northeast Mo. Everything in In almost infinite tation that year around. ifinite profusion and variety, all marked at prices in keeping with the rapu- M we have tor underselling all other stores, not only at Christmas time but the M i Mufflers and Handkerchiefs A few items from a stock that really deserves a page, always appropriate gifts. Pull line of Celebrated Oxford Mufflers, the newest patterns, put up one in ;i box. 1.00 and ftl.50. Men's English and Austrian Mufflers in Cashmere Silk, Wool Mixed and all Silk, extra values at 40c. ."Oc. 75c, 81.00 and $1.50. Men s all Silk Pure White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, with fancy colored border imported to .sell at 40c. f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 December 1898

MONROE City de MOCRAT. ttemacrtel I't inting G, , 'Puliiehen Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Halls Counties. VOL. 1 1 Subsn-'stion, $1.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22 1898 NO. 38 Bou Wave's POT Ladies J'"j lie Shoes. wn, Burditt kn ton of road ice. Qyster Supper restaurant Dec. 22, at Moossaer The Overall i st at Pelt Boots I? u I ware's. a ad 11 M Glark and wife spent yesterday with Quincy friends. Preston Dann, of SselbyTlHe, was in the city Sauday witli friends. School will close to d;t v for a holiday vacation until i .Tuesday, January 8, 1899. K.'v. I?. 0 Coiburn, o Stouts villa, was in the city with f Heads Saturday: Good rtad Von sat.k - cheap wagon with top. u2. B. Medcaij Mrs. Fin Smith, of Now Lqh itlon, was the guest of her friend, Mrs. J. M. Proctor Sunday. The P. K. O's will meet fur a hort business meeting at Mrs. Dr. Brown's Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Proctor mid z. c Chicago, came down to attend the Johnson weddlnis. JOH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 December 1898

114; The Christ-Child 11 i v.orlU hae v.hi! led or. Itl ttl wn .' nl bp toon hundred yean, llnce Ifuthleuem a bam. wlto :nr;.' .Vi.'jU octue Hi- ! Kllll SUtURI RhtWC ': : . WtHT Thai on tlrat Mini - ! Kffi Cmvo the butnhlc vlllaffi inK. Hy the ttudMftf) nil ." ml wise Hft lbs i 'i.h kodfl . Tli.- omwned Magi uad Che mother booti ol w moi IwodS Make- thai. KarUw hoty ground, togiog angdh r now. Mx.u Ui" HMntfOI'i tie"' vh tktdft light tiiiui i brow TtiM IIiIom f i baotre" This is simply to call your attention u (he place where you can find what you may want lor a I1UOU Ui) X I Christmas Present As Usual it Isttt the (I Re nal Dm House woodVoox story, nevei ! Thrill, on the wakened lieari Who led o to- His UiotvvcBl! I'.'W Who walked fuom moo apart V.valc-, today, fn jhi ' Bti air., rii" song that never Heat fitod out that gliUering ahn The ecahM dropped from, nun ywi IPor Cod's dear It" i' potent now m wii ti IUm reign began; rio chanting oi seraph baad Hbamcs trestle boart f man Her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 December 1898

FOR SALE! 64 Head of Texas Cattle! 40 of tiifin are 3-years old aud 24 Head 2 years old. Also, 4 Full BlOOflBfl BOARS B L McGuDacMe. 2j miles southeast of the city "Let her alone and she will cctneon the Christmas tree" Judge J. C. Gentry spent last tvee'.c at Washington Mo. look ing after Ilia business interests, j Misiea Valley Utterback and M le Ely Spent Saturday in Q lincy With friends. Mrs. Mildred Like, of New bndoii, visited Lubati Lake and wife the latter part of last wee Ic. M"iss iistella Cliadwick. of the Gem City, came over Fri day to spend tile holidays with friends. A Dago in K insas City lias ,, . . , r ,, , , Beady for service. l'edi- l ten arrested upon the charge , . , , of Kiiiin.r :,,! ,lr.l,r ,! Brec 'isneu ii requested. disposing of them as rabbits, If you want to get a vie.v of artistic show window dressing HO to A. Boul Ware's business bouse. (i. Klli it Tompkins cams in from Urooktietd Saturday. He will ro tl tin in the city with rel atives and friends unti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 December 1898

THUS DtiMooitAl W. J, FOUSE, Editor. R. F. HiXSON. City Editcr. Terms, $1 Per Year. fntaftd at tiio poMMRet l Mourot Clty(Mt" nurl. n looond MI matter. THURSDAY, DEC. 22, 1898. Algerlsm mcana burdens on the people, The whinninis noai in almost X -' t ft, necessity. The wneei im Mute it turned around onc' more and OH Bun slay next. Christian nations wrltl celebrate tlic anniversary of the blflh oi Christ. Will we celebrate this stent, which moans so much lo mankind, da we should of by feasting and doing those things which bear the condemnation of the Baylor of the world; It is a time for reflection. Tlx- voar I81W Is near its close. A new year w to j soon be ushered In. We were placed here for n good and no ble purpose. How ha ye you spent the days; how have i Im proved the precious moments, are thoughts for serious con sideration. Kach of os, doubt less, has done Borne good deed and for each good dew I per- Our new possessions will be formed it maybe that a score continually giving ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 December 1898

MM liiiiliiiiiiilS 1 PRACTICAL GIFTS! 1 mmm wauu v rnnin n I v m a j c - 1 a - -? . That all Absorbing Question f WHAT TO GIVE?1J Should not Trouble You for One Moment JSC JSC Take a Stroll Through Boulware's lvva!'r fall M I nv (i ntwl fFLl-4 l.iil.l.l.. , .ylni n! I li i-vitnsktisinl C ... . . . i.. 1. ... ! i 1. ijv-i v.miuivi, vti.-H nim JiUUiU UUUIMl'r UillU LilUUB U I I 1 1 M I ii t .s I It'll!). V MOCK Willi f-Sr-i-w. no equal in I lie county. Everything marked at prices in keeping with the reputation thai we g"Sr 5S! nave 'or underselling all other stores, not only at Christinas time, but all t he year around. Christmas Dress Goods On i no persona i neen or noiuiay thought, -iQT ; il.is stock is admirably ready. jj liit; time wan wncii wress noons were i""' ' itlU ll'l t"l I I 1 ( I ! . I . - I . - If. I I I 1 ' i ' 111., Ill I II. ill.'.. I.. Vfc j..... i ....... f fa w V Jt UIUIIIVIIV.W fcW r7 trlnketv stocks. Now the acero! ;i hleness fli!-: J ill :i ii ii'.. I VI I I i-i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 December 1898

1ME DEMOCRAT W. I. ROUSE, H. F. HIXSON, Editor City, Editor SANTA CUUS COMING monroe crrY. MO. The Milliner - Tudie Switlkey Qo to R, ManningWalker' s cr 1EK wedding rings. E. S. Hon 1 ware, of Perrv, WM the guest of relative"; in, this city Friday. : . , m T . Aickcl-platcu uollcc rots sum rea rots, And I am prepared to fill his baskets with P. L. PetUtt has dropped his grip and is home t or the lloliM days. Bewing Machines 122,50 best in the world. R Manning Walker. Sixteen Breweries at Pillsh irg Pa. have formed a combination with a capital of fl3.000.tX ' The auxiliary cruiser Yos mite baa been ordered to join Admiral Dewey neei Manila Xickol-PI itcd Crumb Trays and Mugs, Aluminum Travsand Crumb Trays, Koggers 1 S 1 7 Silver-plated Knives, Forks, Spoons, Carvers, Pocket Knives, Razors, Scissors and Shears, (inns, RiHes and Ammunition. THE LEADER. During the isll war ; he I u.jt lose a ves lost 5(3. American S:..a nited Slate did tel while Spain A. JAEGER. Rev. WHey J. Bowling Ir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 December 1898

. -n. . v i ...... ..... , i .iiui rioiisen: c ii i.m, w. Will it Hold water, or nnv Degree of Misfortune. "He Th "Young Married Club waa thing else? There is a scheme was fortunately left an orphan royally entertained by VV. U. Ion foot to turn all of the officers at an early rtge." Iv'r-' '"Yes, befor 'Fortunat'J' W illiumson and wife last Thins that he was day evening at their lovely Detroit Join dreadfully batter an only child nul. You look cd; how is that?" "Wife has beeu pelting me with (lowers." Why. that wouldn't mark you in that fashion." 'O they were iu Hie pots. " London J inly. What makes you think she doesn't love you?'' I've beei taking my meals there every .Sunday for the past six mouths, and she still litis to ask tne how J take my tea.'' Chicago Daily News. "Talk about a mosquito only living -i hours!" fiercely ex claims the young icou clast. ,-J know one that has been haunt ing this house six mouthsi and and is ohl enough to cut teeth!" Chicago Evening Post. 'Mamma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 December 1898

W -fe 1 Tfe X JA2tJ9 aV W aw .m & m- y cav jW-AT sr Ar.tv Ar & avjulatav jtav ajjatatayat trr jt e h.. -r.- Monroe City, Missouri. , H PRACTICAL GIFTS That ull absorbing question "What to Give'.'" moment. TAKE A LOOK THROUGH : 5"! (EI 1 J B -a S READY-WI Should not trouble you for a Every counter, case and table bubbles ami glows with practical suggestions. A stock wiili no equal in Northeast Mo. Everything in 3 'V ATTIRE4B I ) almosl infinite profusion and variety, all marked at prices in keeping with the ropu- $ lation that wo have tor underselling all other stores, not only at Ulir.'stmas time but tli(k year around. Mufflers and Handkerchiefs. A few items from a s'eck thai really deserves a page always appropriate gifts. Pi til-- lit! of Celebrated Oxford Muffl itatteriiM) put ii one in ;i ooa v f $1. Id and U Men'rt Kujflisb and Vuslrian MuiTlers in ' ilMIiJ'.l C .Till.. IMIIM .li H ( .1111 'M .71111. extra values at iOc, 50c, 73c, $1.K) and $1.50. Men'H all Silk Pure Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 December 1898

NROE CITY DE MOCRA Democrat Printing Cb., l'u!itshrs Devoted to the Interests of Marfan, Monroe and Halls Counties. Subscription, (1.00 I'er Year. VOL. 11 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER !2J) 1808 jy on Christmas Made Real Pi ramnieSi The car load of rabbits From the citizens .'i Monroe and Kalis coun-early Marion and Shelby tl arnvi Id t city yesterday morning for They were Consigned to the St. Louis Provident Association and were taken t once from the i depot to the storeroom lu the old church edifice at Eleventh and Locust street. Am extra force of men was employed to distribute the big gift of the charitable Missouri tarmer and long before noon those who had been notified to call for rrbbits were in line with baskets and sacks awaiting or their turu, in accordance with the rules of the Provident Association, only the most deserving fami lies on the raster of the associ ation were selected as benefl clarlesjof the gift, and t lie smiles which lighted the faces of the re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 December 1898

9 r mar 11 "I lIMMMMMIMi The Old aad New Year, Rluu mournfully! mournfully ). il'Tiivily, i ri'iirily I'ltVj,'! Thnotd -. w'a tilmimt thtottt-Ji l?ir the Old ring mw?fnl Hut n mci-i'lor noti weill Wlj .A I'. . ''I'll 1 tOftti I. il, I 1 h - ci'i'.v old . mi- i-. nj ifiifi IJ; ir. ir- llt'i alii -i h hi I Via mom iuu flj ltuj i Tlii midnight M.'-'r we lsi "ll ; r" t il K) I r il' i Ih-i ' Kj;' '.In' j u!l ; 'a" UiU', : ! lit! a'J ; dv ii j y i. i . 1 1 v mail) m. I iT.rt iv n oi'.iiiy . 'II.' tl v Jii IcftVlfl U Vmv! Vnd we'll : h i ii 1 1 ndly trtw i 1 mi' for lii" i'li'. .'i til'. I'm' ili; old i.Ik'I it.' wtui w ' M .vivnnp Mrrol lfft'' lis crrtx 2 ling a i forty ! tvrit i M' ' Macau I! I say tii. i ; been oui of modi I I ion ha? ' nation What i M Ili;' l : :i;'i.i'il (rui fii.n. iooiI .- I'nwtw he'u 1 1. i i " ' ' : ."il'l ..' i ! . ' , Oi l.l:i.' ll I ' l'l.;; riii "i!'i ii. piii' fng wittily, llonvd low whit white' lui kr BtitnttK o 0 V. 0 o 55 Present SJ istmas JSC 5 it is not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 December 1898

BRYAN ON IMPfcRALISM, j "TUe flag is a national era- : bletn and is obedient to the na- ttons will, it was made fur the The Ncbraskan Declares Himself lnlt0lle, not the people Cor the NOTICE, Emphatic Language, .Nns tin ' tUKju-'ifd Tctvilor) fa No' l't ttme Mmtei4RKiJ and Not vvh Ui tfsviny -Talks to the Won SUlV DtmetAllic LuOtfU. Lincoln, Neb.. December S3. Col. W. .1. Bryan returned to Lincoln tin's evening ami was tendered a reception at tile Olher Theater by the Woman's Bimetallic Leagu, The house wan crowded, and Col. Bryan received an ovation. Ho was introduced liy Gov, Holcomb. win) formally welcomed him home, and complimented him for his patriotism in enlisting tii Ui- army. nag. When the American pen pie want the ling raised they raise il: when they want it haul- To members of the MonroeCoun ly Insurance Company. For lit- convenience t mem bers the parties named below will receive money ou this as- After thanking l is neighbor) for their cordial welcome am oomnlimentititf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 December 1898

THE DEMOCRAT llie American people are to be W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON. Oy Editor. a free people the time to begin A 'Pic Reception. reception ami banquet, Hogs Marktrf Report. 1 getting ready for the 6tfbt is which was an 'epicure poem. Cattle When the big one fall OUT f3.00 3.2.") perhaps the little CUBS w'flJ get an rj.. s ti fust ice. Commissioner den now at hand, Let us not ke-p was given Tuesday evening by Sheep 3c(4c aganwowwilD Dioou m ooiw .still until the hour for the f at- Alderman J. S Scott ami his Turkey .... tic' 7c ryes and it s den. mmoj s -w..up Terms. - $1 Per Year. Inland fttthopOatoAMftt Monroe CltJ. M- tie arrives. The forces most be estimable wife, to J. M. Jobn- Geese organised as our friends, the v,Un, Jr. and bride, nee Miss Chickens enemv. are ifettuif ready ior AJattie Froctor. 1 he event r;g Kggs 1c he is after. He threatens to 4fc protecote Gen. Miles "for libel I7.iC and also talks ol demanding am the battle and we must be ready from anv mint of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 December 1898

3 With Greetings R s Q 8 Peace and Good Will I wish of my customers of 1H!8 and all who may become custom ers in 1890, A Happy New Year. I am better prepared "to sell you J?Fir styQass Harness and Saddles Lap Robes, Whips and Collars, In 1890 than any year of the past. Having purchased a larne line of (foods Very cheap 1 can sell them cheap. All kinds of HAND-MADE, HIGH-GRADE GOOI) are manufactured in my establishment. WM. B. VANSCHOAICK. 0 Foul ware's for Ladies Pine Shoes. The grip has a afflicted many America citizens. A happy and prosperous New Year to all. Arthur Hemphill is here from Elsberry to visit friends. O. B. Yowell was here Tues day from Stoutsville on busi ness. Many local papers will not appear this week on account of the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Enoch Ragland and children are visiting relatives at Shelbina. Prof. Horace Ha gar, of Flor ida, is spending the week in the city with friends. Miss Emma Skinner, of La Grange, came in to enjoy Xmas and see the home folk-. j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 December 1898

rj-1 j) CMOCRAT Sewing Midline ol and need W. ROL'SK. R. F. HIX50N, Kditor j rjmstattd was here from City, flditor parj, Thursday. MONROE CITY. MO. The Milliner Tudie Sw'mkey 1. K. Yowell Was 111 Paris oti "business iart of the week. ! Mrs. I), s. sharp spent Sat urday with (jumcy menus. Go to R. ManmngWalker' cr i-K wedding ring. Amasly Owen spent Ills Xmns 'with relatives at Carthage, ill I, A Kelley and family went H 'larksville for tlx' holidays, Sewing Machinal '-.."' best 'in i he world. i; Man nino Wat,kmi. Mis-. LlIHe Blxler spent her holidays with friends in Palmy ra . Miss Margaret McC'onachie was with ( -ity friends ITi day. .1. Taylor Pilser blew in Ins Wall paper the latest styles a the lowest prices at Hanky & Savnokk's Harry Bradley, of Elsberry, was tin- guest of liis brother, tlx editor of the News, Sunday. Dr. H. !'.. Purl and family came in Sunday to spend the I holiday a with tin- homefolk. Investigate the merits of the Monarch Mixed Paint ami you will use no...

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