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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 May 1899

n n t n n i i 0 9 WELTPiES METHOD OF MAGNETIC HEALING. I1 8 Is now practiced by PROP S CATRON & MAGRUDER Li With gre t success at Moberly. Missouri. Some of their H cures are wonueirm ana app.irniiuy magical, ah manner of disease cured without medicine. Maynvtlattl is the popular cure of the day. A greater per cent of cures are made by this treatment than any other method or prac tice. If you have any chronic disease in Which yon have failed to get relief do not despait, there is yet iiope. Write to. or come and see Prof's Catron & Ma grader. We also cup by absent treatment. Write to us for full particulars if you can not come to see us. Read some of our many Testimonials: Prof. a Catron & Magruder, I i.a.-e suffered constantly with KidtK-y trouble for eight year. I altto had I rheumatism, lost vitality and constipation. I have exhausted the best Medical skill hut no n-lief-forlunately 1 went to Prof's Catron & Maufriider and was hoou restored to liealth. F. N Marude...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 May 1899

The Racket. Thir. weeks prices. IWUlUnary Prices. Sii.OO, tJ.oo 13.00 Hat now 18.60 to 63. U0 Sailorn -", 36) 60 80) ami 98 ntn. Summer dress goods. 20e Olnghami 15c. 1 1 jo Gingham lOo. I24S Glnghatni t).i!. Nawni 5, 8t, up t ISo. : M U(jh 10, 1-1. 15 and -- Menu straw hats So to 26c. Men'a Llm n Hat 80, 26, 8ft, 48, .r,tie. Tlio beat 4lta overall in Monroo City Men'a shlrtl 8ft. '. atul 60c. mmmI Rod umbrella 76o Quality 65c. Shoes, l.adtpi Oxford toes $1.00, 1.35 to 1.75 Thu beatlhOO Plow oboes. Groceries, i nil of.il sugar 11.00 cana Keokuk tomatoes 85c. Ktb good roasl coffee 81.00 "'.i extra green coffee 81.00 flood iiiolassi'M per gtil. -":. i lood vinegar per gal, 16c. I ; 'M goods at lowest prices. S. CHristian. ', LEGAL RATES? HATCH. I Monty of rain. Grass One. Wheat very poor. Corn crop backward, oats very good. Constable Floyd had a oaller the other day and hi horso pulled loose tearing down the foni Information Inquii Dudley (i. Mins Lora Christian of your city is the pl...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 June 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers L Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Rails Counties. VOL. 12 DANGEROUS FAKES. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1899 Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. NO. f) Tricks to Introduce Alum Baking Powders Which Should be Ex posed There has recently been no ticed at Homi of our grocery stores what the exhibitors call a b.iking powder test. Two or three girls, who it appears are agents for an alum baking pow der, distribute chocolate and biscuit to the visitors, and then pretend to show by some boil ing test that pure cream cf tar tar baking powders contain something which every woman of Intelligence knows they do not. It does not need a chemist to expose this trick. Cream of tartar, which is the chief con stituent of the best and most wholesome baking powders, is orjginally a clear, white crys tal. This is ground into a 3n creamy lour, in which form, mixed with baking soda, it is present in the baking powder. Cream of ta...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 June 1899

LOVE'S BURIAL hit the to me, with atl'ar in her y Ah. fcove is dead ii le." Ibftt be tuiltf The major ended with anoth j impelled to 'revisit the scene of. WHO HATH WOE? er helpless appealing look at our bard fight, and the first From Mm BtDaboro (in. for I saw the bos the doctor, who asked iu some tiling to catch my ye was the Mai: that is married to beat what in the name of the hoard, standing like a broken woman during To I'll. -iii.l: .ir. ai thins so, II to it U to bury 'lim. Fhen forth pitat Where Irlotal embrace. mal sod lought out a ttt in tin ,V f IT 1 1'. ri pnyi m had flvtt o dearly pin Mid down. In a 01 ofiln 11 minn braid. ri lull notei Ihat (iid never up- . paused returni d, i I im plBtf, f urnedt s ootbed ben eould F ctol Uli.'. k. uq. en- the earth was t . . e i Dm passion In (frfel fi what else iii ihe fondled nreag; in i I.. i ; ptdti waw alno to fhe boy teeming dead; gave hitn now lifted hla bend. Phon ri.- - strait did hie; We three together- die. for bovo connn ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 June 1899

WHAT IHE TRUST OWNS. As enumerated iu the Sunday Post Dispatch rbert are 8,689,000 employes of tbe trusts ia tlie United States. With every con solidation th number of work ers is diminished, those thrown out helping to swell the number of dependents, tramps and crimi nals. Those who are retained understand fullweli that they are not less dependent than the recipients of charity, for they hold their places at the pleas ure of uu absolute master Their, tenure is during good behavior. What is likely to constitute good behavior in the view of tins piaster? Besides the ordinary qualification of faithfulness and ;ood workmanship, what else is likely to be required? Can anyone doubt that politicial subservience will be more im portant than loyality as an em ployee? These men will have to "Vole right." With nearly 4,000.000 votes to start with, organised greed will possess enormous strength on election day. Everybody knows the Influence of the.se combines in Washington and the state cap it...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 June 1899

i THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. H1XSON, City Editor. Terms $i Per Year, Enured fttthopoMoffloaat Monroe City, Ml IOUHiM MCOtM clam mutter. THURSDAY, JUNE1, 1899 Aid the public library. Improve your property. Stand by home enterprises. Get into the Democratic band Wagon. Bryan grows more popular every day. Bimetallism, anti-expansion. anti trust ami Tlie Mark Hanna administra tion is not equal to the occa sion. Not a single trust can be named that is not injuring many people every day. The dollar should not be above man, but it is under our la ws as g.iven us by our Republican friends. Trusts do not benefit the peo ple but are organized to kill all competition and then rob the masses. If you don't want to be rob bed by permission of the Amer ican government,, get in the Democrat wagon and help kill all trusts. Every man is entitled to the living he makes, but in these days when trusts reign supreme, be must first pay tribute to the trusts. As true sons we should de fend the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 June 1899

Bfffy 'SB -MKr) worn ctwyn J i X' X LADIES DRESS THE FOOT In becoming fashion and the costume is complete, omit a stylish, well fitting pair of shoes and the effect is lost. BOULWARE'S SHOE STOHE supply the people with fine footwear at liberally low prices ALL THE LATEST STYLES, HIGH AND LOW CUT, BLACK AND TAN READY FOR YOU "JULIA HARLOWE" SHOES. We have just added to our stock a line of the above shoes. They are the most perfect fitting Ladies Shoe ever produced. Made ot the finest Vici Kid in Tan and Black, any toe, any last. We cordially invite the ladies to examine this famous shoe before they make a purchase in footwear. Yours Truly A. BDULWARE & SON. X X EXCLUSIVE BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS OF MONROE, sLiT'! 1 Repair the sidewalks. Keep the weeds down. Speak well of your town. Will Monroe City celebrate? Our mechanics are all busy. R, P. Hixson was a Quincy visitor Saturday. John Kemp of Illinois is visit ing at Warren E. W. Ragland is on the sick list. For good ice go to J. W....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 June 1899

Til E DEMOCRAT W. I. ROUSE, R. P. HIXSON, Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. Dr. Hornback. Oculist Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. ind County court next Monday. Tlvis Henuinger, of Shelbin. came doirn Thursday to visit hi dulcenla. There was one addition to t lie &aptist church at its last meet ing. Sewing Machines 2- BO best in the world. 11. 51 ANN INC. WaLKICK. For fresh dry goods ff to Miss Tidje BWINKKY. f Win. Swing, of near Philadel phia, da very ill. j Go to R. Manning Walker' ' for 18K wedding rinrs. ' Judge Thou. Hawkins, of Ma. rion County, was attending to business in the city Thursday. For the best Ice Cream Soda I I will pay top prices for R. R. ffo to Christain's Cafe. Ties delivered at any point on - the Katy R. For delicious Ice Cream go to the Christian i uaie, J. Art Melson was a business i visitor at the Mluff City Friday. r- . C. E. Purnell of Kansas City was in the city with old friends Saturday. Rev. J. H. Kiffe returned from Kentucky Friday. Mrs. Rifle is spendin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 June 1899

5Q OO ' r Road Wagons, Just received a Car Load of the Best and Cheapest Buggies, SurreS and Road wagons ever brought to Mon roe. I buy by the Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. T!i! bSStaslvo In the world for Cuts Druliet, Surei, Ulcers, suit tthenm Fover Sorci, T.tttor, Chapped handi Chilblains, Corns, ami sidn ' Bruptiont :ui! poitlfely curei I or uo pay requirsd it i gusrantpad ; to alvn parfnot latlataotlon or money i refunded. Prloa 25e, for sale by D, I O Wood. CAR LOAD N I Pay Cash for my Roods, which enables me to sell the Best Goods in the market for the money. THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE DEALER IN THE CITY. Call and Examine my Stock before you Buy. . l. nume No W HONROK CITY, MO. oj M. M, S. POULTRY FENCING IB thoroughly iu.r-ncov.T' but lift1 horizontal wires. WbJcb d.iKW: Jt M A FENCE. NOT A NETTHNG. Ukca fence, it can be proporly stretched nnd erected with few posts uwl without top will bottom mils. Haa cable eel v aire nod o cable running through the fenco every foot. Bach roll contains ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 June 1899

THE - RACKET. We arc Closing, Millinery As the HMon l trowing late in order to close our Spring Millinery we make these low price- 18.00 and 13.00 bat at 12.60. $1.00. M.'iO and lfi.00 hats I8.A0. Ballon at " per cent reduction. Don't fail to see Hoe f Summer dress goods. Plain white fltrurea Piquet 1-1. l". SO and 22c. India linens 6, 71. 10, IS and 80c. I .awns 10 to I6e ( ;ooii calicoes at 4c. 1 illlH ") tl) 4Hp. Ladies unbrellas steel rod regular 75c, quality 65o. Ladies VeStS A, 7, 10, 1" tO 2oC, l. adieu mitts lo, t 26c. Mens Furnishing Goods. Work shirts 2" to .iOc. The host overall in town only 4'.io. Men's seamless ox, good wearers uG, Neglegee thins 2 detached collars and on Its SOc, worth ""c. Men's plow shoes all solid 11.00, Groceries. i!i lb good sugar 11.00 s ih (food rbSjSt coffee 11.00 21 OS laundry soap'ie. 1 )t. tin cups le. 2 pt. tin cups B id qu, tin buckets 10c. for lo, Battle Ax and Bcalping Knife tobacco Hfic. YOU will litld our store the beat place lo trade....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 June 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. I I Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.40 Per Year. VOL. 1 2 MOKROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1890 NO. 10 MOSLEM AND CHRISTIAN. Akbar was a Mohammedan brave wlio made himself famous killing "Christian dogs. " In the year 63'J Akbar stood on tha western shore of Africa mid looked toward the setting sun. This is what he said: Great God If my course were not stopped by this sea, I would still go on to the unknown re gions of the West, preaching the unity of thy holy name, and putting to the sword all rebel lious nations who worshiped any other gods but Thee. Now listen to a Christian brave, the Rev. Wayland Hoyt, who occupies a Philadel phia pulpit: Christ is the solution for the difficulty regarding expansion. The only thing we can do is to thrash the Phillipine natives until they understand who we are. I believe every bullet sent, every cannon shot, means right eousness. When ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 June 1899

THE DEMOCRAT w. ROUSE, R. F. HIXSON, Editor City, Editor For the best Ice Cream Soda go to Christain's Cafe. MONROE CITY. MO. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. Harry Wood lias a pair pretty little opossums for pets. The rain fall for May was 73 inches by R. Manning Walker's ague. Sewing Machines $22,50 best in the world. ' 11. Manning Walker. Dr. Thos. Proctor and Dr. VV. T. Rutledge were business vis itors in the G im City Thursday j WO. B. Fahy. the statesman from the Little Kingdom, paid ' the Dkmociiat a pleasant call of Friday. R. O. Cranston is now the gentalmanly clerk at the New Monroe Hotel. REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. Was the ring found is k fine? and was .1. J. Rogers shipped 80,000 pounds ol wool last week. For cheap staple dry goods and notions go to MlSS TCDIB SWINKKV. W. W. Longmire made a bus iness trip to New London Thurs day. 11. W. James has a line line of ice which he is now delivering. Leave orders at Sharp fc Don leys. Whitfield Vouell. of Hunting ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 June 1899

M. Mi S. POULTRY FENCING Is tooroucblv interwoven but hiu inn hnrit.i t ' U thoroughly interwoven but hu Ion horizontal wires. u lii. li i'Ii.m...i It - - A FENCE, NOI A NETTING. ISsntKBts FissSLSsfsi "i?ri with , t i' v ifTwiii rtuis. luicauomtv. and a cable mnnlnir thrnui'h ih .-,. , V Bach roll contain, the tamo.. M. M. 8. trade mark TO 7 V V X K I ' V Noo otfcer genuine fr-iM OOVVoMo wiUi or without lower cabin aaShaef imn,i. .i,i Z 8 a: W 1 I I I 1 1 t 1 t A , f7 wit I) or without lower cable barbed. unes are cables All borlsoiital Ideal fonco for lawns. unes are cables STEEl WEB PICKET FENCE porks, cemeteries, etc. Steel gates, posts, etc. Evervtblne t hs Knar AST I - ... - DE KALI FENCE CO., 181 1.0 St., DE MLB, ILL TgHggg. an i z nm s l at, Julj-e, S7. THE CAMPAIGN OF 1900. The campaign of 1900 is al ready in operation. The money power and its allies have start ed their machinery, and its work is assiduous as it is insid ious. They realize that if a vote could be taken today...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 June 1899

THE DEMOCRAT When the Dingley bill was j The Robertson Vandeville If There is a good cat and chick before congress, Mr. Dockery Co., that tried to play here two en story in the "County Line W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R, F HIXSON, City Editor. foresaw Its evil results, and he or three weeks ago went broke made amotion to-the effect that at Macon this week and put it any trusts or combines should , everything in.hock Terms - - - - $i Per Year, be organized under the provis K.ilured nt the po'tfltTW at Monro City, Mi isourl. as 10000 OlSI matter. The Missouri friends of Dr. itxis oi the bill, the president .. p. Green, of William Jewell should declare the- tariff remov College, will be glad to learn items" this week. Head it. P. E. O. Social to night. C. M. Susllivau the only mer chant tailor in the city. Geo. Tooley came in froirr Texas yesterday morning. J. J. Rogers purchased 1800 THURSDAY, JUNE 8, Down With trust rule. , ed from the article dealt in by 1899, the trust or combine. Every 5...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 June 1899

WE RECOGNIZE NO DULL SEASON. Summer s Rogers Wo have heard of stores that always plan for a slack trade in summer. Not so with us. Wo have goods that 9ell in hot weather as well as those that sell in cold. in ioui., u ijiive jiniu p&rucuuar aiwnwon 10 paying for summer needs. t i WE HAVE YOUR SUMMER NEEDS. WASH GOODS. Ginghams reduced from 25c to k20c 18c to irc 1 Organdies 16c to m 13 to 7c " 25 to 15c The best white and colored piques and ducks on the market. Ladies oxfords from $1.00 to $2.75 Ladies shoes from $1.00 to $3.50 Childrens oxfords and slippers 50 to $1.50 Men s shoes $1.00 to $3. 50 Boys shoes $1.00 to $2.00 Good Balbngan underwear 50c the and up to 2.00 a suit. Good fitting fast colored Neg- legee shirts with extra cuffs 50c. Elegant silk Bossom shirts. 75c. For good ice go to J, W, ditt. Bur- ALWAYS AT IT THE YEAR 'ROUND. W atch For Our Announcements! We are iroing to keep up a lively campaign for business right through the summer and you will near from us frequ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 June 1899

THE EDITOR'S BURDEN. ( kVI . apologiM to tbc Editor.) 'I' In; editor at in Ul study. Bit brow wan furrowed with ohn Then mm stains of ink on bid fin nra, And some of tin- r.".uj- in hil hair Klfl shirt front KM soiled and wrin Iclod, A bolt In Mch iii-iii of his coat When taitlng i-n that lay -on UM desk, The following Unoi ho wrote! " You may talk of your white men'l burden . Ye n:ii having naught to do! '.V..11, I reckon Um: white man has his Hut the editor) too, has a few. When carry tag the load of otiwrs And working overtime, Why not drop a few of your burdens And shoulder a few of mine? Take up the editor' burden. And tell me if you could. n a cjuole of years' subscription (Jet a load of knotty wood.-" ')! keep a calm, even temper, No matter how abused. ITpon the; return of your paper, And underlined, 'RKFUS&0.' Take up the editor burden (It won't wetfrhimorothM a ton) No cash in band and none in light, 1 wonder how long you'd run' i tv open one of your letters, i'.xportin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 June 1899

T. E. Wine made a business trip to Quiticy Saturday. Al Kendrick and Wm. How ell, of Woodland, brought their wool clip up Friday and sold to Monroe buyers. George flose, of Bbetblna, Mas in tfae city Friday with friends. I Tivis Henniger, of Sheilwna, was In Hie city Friday and so was a young lady from tin? country Dr. J. I. Norton left for Spal ding Springs Friday to spend a few days i with valued friends. From there he went to St. iTouis to join 1ns wife. One of Monroe's factories is reaching out for trade The C. B. Clark Kitchen Cabinets are now in demand in Pittstield, III., and Tulsa, I. T. Miss Gertrude McCall, one of Monroe's Mowers who has been under the tutelage of the Pro fessors of Stephens College, lias returned home. Poor Uncle Sam with both bands full of useless Cuban rifles says: "I'm a gumswug gled idiot. Seventy-five dol lars apiece for such shootin' irons aint Yankee shrudeness."' Good Housekeeping, the home mag. a.ine, hM a conviction that "the Jiiijher education ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 June 1899

. nnu.ill i.- -.fttrn-r- -. a..- .... .. .j, HL, I THE - RACKET. Wc arc Closing, Millinery Ah tin? season is Browing latf In oi-ili i- to close our Spring Millinery we make these low pfiooe, 13.0(1 and :i..".0 hats at 2-jp. 14.00 M.fiO and ."..hi haU 13.60. Sailors at 28 per runt reduction. lm'i fail to Me our linn of Summer dress goods. I 'lain worn nguraa riqun i-i, , m and '22c. India linens 5, 7, 10, V and UOe. Lawns Hi, ". ". 1" to Ifc. Good caliooei at 4c. l'ans to 4c. Ladies unbrellM steel rod regular 76c. quality Bfie. Lad Ion vents ", 7, 10, 15 to Sue. Lad let mitts 10, to 26c. Mens Furnishing Goods. Work shirts 20 to oOg, The best OVentll in town only 40e. Men's wan letl sox, good wearers oc Keirlesee ihlrti - detached oollari ami eulTs fiOe. worth ".'jr. Men "a plow shoes all solid $1.00. Groceries. 19 ll good mgar 11.00 8 Hp good roast coffee $1.00 i!l oz laundry soap ftc. 1 pti tin cups le. 1! pt, till ,npN B. 10 qu. tin bucket! 1 Q for 10, Battle Ax nnd Boalping Knife ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 June 1899

a. ...... i. . MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Go., Publisher a. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Rails Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. V2 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1899 NO. 11 FITZ HAS NO EXCUSES BY ROBERT F1TZSLMMONS. 'Republic tpMUti C;oney Island Athletic Club, New York, June 9. I cannot say any more than that Jeffries 4s the best man I ever met. He was to i big and strong for me. I thought I had him iu the sev enth round, bat he rallied won derfully. It is proof positive that youth and weight, when :oupled with food condition will tell in a light. I can make no excuses. Of course I am dis appolated and a bit sore, but I am going to try and accept this defeat, which means so much to me, sensibly and like a philosopher. I cannot, at the moment, determine my future plans, but in my hour of defeat I wish to thank the friends who have stood by me, and to say that I regret the result of to night's contest fully as much as they do. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 June 1899

veins from tike trenchs of San- proudly. I A special novelty in these silks i verely injured a noncommissiotv tiago. j "Ah, give me the right," be how Persian stripe alter- j ed officer and two workmen. At first it bad mewrt nolbfef taid. '"'f cannot go away with-j Jtlol wi4n a I,aiD stril f Tb ftftyfilth annual raeet to .him but so much blank; space, out you, and leave you here to j olue' red- ree w black. In tag of the American Medico .i,..f ..fh ,.f ciev -.i,his nrt nf rW. T i los 3W"-rails"" Ki.u n F-r vsvcuoiCHjica association oe I v Then It began to take on a pital life rs ufrfit. for you-it is MAKE YOUHSELF USEFUL. Usefulness la nrnn gveat duty. W. Chappy! I. UttfuMai tk tones wlsdiwn.--James Wat. Educate womenfor inefuleew. -Mrs. , . ...... .. T. T.In;.. aUa-Jm- new meaning, as he noticed wearing you out liy. TUtoo. that it was often the back- 'Mr. Blakeslee. you do not Be useful f you would rc respected, jj-ound for a picture a charm : know what you are asking. I've R. C. C...

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