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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 June 1899

SKUNK. A skunk killed 28 nice spring chickens for Mrs. Clias. Elitea Thursday night. Mr. Ekea lias succeeded in -catching the ani- THE NEBRASKA COLORADO I Reduced One Way Second Class EXPRESS" A NEW TRAIN. On June 1th the Burlington Route puts into its passenger service to the West a new fast raal in a steel trap and killing 'daily train St. Louis to Denver t, but before domg so, it took '011''11,' Eastern Missouri in tire a shot t young Whit Vouell afternoon and early evening, and must have hit him square j arriving at Denver 0:20 p. in. next day. One night en route. Direct via St. Joseph and South ern Nebraska- tfor you coiild smrfl him a mile. W4LL SIGN. Gov. Stephens will sign the St. Louis and Kansrs City elec tion bills passed at the close of the last legislative session. He lias made a definate statement to that effect. He has selected Police Commissioners tor St. Louis but declines to gi'-e theirJ names. AMiNTB Vt'lUrKD. For "Th-c LSff Anil .'lulileveraentn rdialrl lwey," th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 June 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Edi. Terms - $i Per Year. Vtuurcl al the potofflcP at Monro City, Mi ourl. hn WdOWd cIamd mailer. THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1899 Repair that bad sidewalk. Th0fe la not a sufficient quanti ty of gold lo ard. the gold stand The money question wil the leading issue before American people in IflOO. be the the A nrimacv election h proper way fcc noninate candl' dates for the various offices. The president has appointed I While in the city Monday.!, Dr R. K. Megown made a me presmcuL a. n xtAAm t ni.i...n business trio to Woodland yes- a Commission to survey the . Dan Madden, of Chicago, paid 1 ' Panama Canal route. Now ; this office a pleasant visit. iiss Carrie , the accomplished look out for a gigantic piece Of The city has pot in new cros-, daughter of J. H, McClintic jobbery. ' sings at the intersection of L0- wlf e graduated at Kemper i l c e, atc 'Hall. Kneosha. Wisconsin, yes- Spain suppressed news from ! COSt ana gammer Street tfriay....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 June 1899

Work Clothing at 0. BtJLLfV-AN S JO to J, v . L u Fur good ice dltt. E. J. Kruti mel i pent at the City oi mother. 'lowers v !tl Uyron Dunlop, of the well Graphic, made a trip to the city Monday Huntic bushiei C. M. Sullivan the only mer chant tailor in tbe city. Joseph FiUpatrick, the hust liti druggist of Warren spent Sunday in the city. Europe is calling for (.'old. . hi exports of gold for the sea ! son In estimated to reach ftO m Crifth and straw hats at C. M. S::t.',i van's. or trood ICE njii to ,T. W. 'Stephens. .vleplioite N'. 74. Charley Qrahatn, f Hanni bal. was visiting friends In tin city Sunday. Lee Hixson. of the BftV hot oms. was visitine" his wife Sat- ' '' BPeDt th ,;ltt,'r P:irt )f Mrs 1, urday and Sunday. Miss Elhe Baxter, one of the belles of Huntington, was in the city with friends Saturday. Thomas Couitney, of near Belltown, was in the city trad ing with the merchants Saturday. Dr. W. A. Hat( h at tended the j Miss i Board of Mission- of the St. Louis Episcopal...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 June 1899

THE DEMOCRAT Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. W. i. ROUSE, R. F. HIXSON, Dr. Homback. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal, Ma The highest price ever paid for a race horse wak4 jO.OOO, for the famous Ormande. Stark Boulware, of Canton Mo., was in the City With rela tives Thursday. Sewing Machines 182,80 best in tlu world. R, MANNING! Walk Kit. H, C. Bcheetz, of Palmyra, was in ttic city Thursday look ing alter bis real estate busi ness. J. ('. T 'irsoi was attending to legal business In Hannibal Thursday. For cheap staple dry goods and notions go to M'SS TUDIE SWINKBY. .) W. Woodes and family, of Jacksonville Hi., have been the guests of hid uncle. S. A. Wood. For the best Ice Cream Soda fro to Christain's Cate. Kimball and Ward of Ben bow. brought in a four horse j load of wool Thursday and sold It to A. Boulware & Son. The Pacific Coast Bisquit Co j known as a trust has gone ' broke. Pasture for 60 head of cattle on the Isaac Mclntiro farm. Apply to Moss & Jackson. Mon roe Cit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 June 1899

M. M, S. POULTRY FENCING Is thorotifthiy Interworon but hns Ion horlaontal lire A ECIIiC taJtv a urTT V-0 0 0 0 W hi A FENCE. NAT A NFTTINA Like a fence. It can be properly rtf-jtolipri and erected with few poFtKiunt without topunrt bottom rnlla. Haa.cable nelv Ke ntid a cable runaljM tliroURh ilh fence oVery foot. Each roll contain the tamons M. M. S. trad mark. Norte other scnulnr We we tniMcturera abw of th" fl., In famous fenoee: CABLED FIELD AND HOG FENCE with or without lower cable harbod. All horizontal - lines are cable STEEL WEB PICKET FENCE M;;;::: parka, eeineterli. etc. Kteol gate post, eU;. Everything , the beet oF lu kind. DE KALB FENCE CO., 100 High St., D ULB, ILL J. H.SIMPSON, Watelimaker and Jeveler DEALKR I IV gHTTTH Vi 8 8 STt ' fffftt"fll ' Ft. Jul n, vat FMi July 1W7. .s and TT EL rTTT'NTTr'd-5 lectun J have bad 40 years experience in Die optical business and will test your eyes as good as any HO-called optician. Satisfaction Riven or money wll he refunded. T T...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 June 1899

THE - RACKET. We arc Closing, Millinery AsthcMMon h growing lata I order to cloae -our Harlan Milliter h.' make Ihne low priMa. 1X1 und W.B0 hat ut 18.110. (4.00, M.flU Mid WUWh8Ul8.riO. Hallom at per cent reduol mo Don't fail to Bd our line of Summer dress goods, IM:. in white figured piquei 1-'. 1' and -- I ndiA linen 10, 1" and 20c. I ,awna .'li. ". 1" to i iood calicos! at 4c. Fan i" to I. ad Ice unbrellM Steel rod regula "75c quality 55c. Ladlei vetti 5. 7. 1. 1" to 2oc, ! ,ttdle mitt 10, to See. Mens Furnishing Goods, Work ihirta '! to oOo. i best overall In town only 4ite Men's iteatnleM cox, (food wearer The loo cream and itrawberay sup per announced last week will be Sat urday June 17. Mi Nellie Botall I visiting her hwithnr ni Kavctte and enjoying the ( omtnenoonient 'ollejfe. Mis Annie K. i ut; in Mexico. cdali hat been lalt HAS THE SKIN OF A FISH. Salina, Kan., June u. A 11-year-old girl named Walker, who lives with her parents near j xeroltei of Central ! Solomon City, ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 June 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. VOL. VI Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Comties. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 22.' 1899 Subscription, fi.oo Per Year. KAISER SULLIVAN. Miss Leo Sullivan, of the Hospital. Kankakee. 111., and P. P. Kaiser, one of the promi nent gentlemen of that institu tion were married last Thurs day at 4. p. m. in Chicago. Miss Leo is the accomplished and popular daughter of our fellow townsman. James H. Sullivan and estimable wife. She was raised and educated in this city and taught school in this vicinity four jears. then took one years course in a Med ical College and two years course at the Hospital where she graduated as a nurse last May. The wedding was a pleasant surprise to her many friends in this city who wish her well wherever her lot may be cast. The Democrat most lieartily congratulates one whom it has known well and numbers among its friends. CHARLIE SMITH COON. We would respectively sug gest to th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 June 1899

Tllfi DEMOCRAT . j. ROUSE. - Editor P. HIXSON. - City, Editor MONROE CITY. MO. Go to R. Manning Walker' for 18K wedding rings. A sweet little girl lias arriv ed at the home of Edward Lake, near El v. R. E. L. Sevier of Lakenan made a business trip to tins city Thursday. Ho,, J. H. C,rrM. f Wto. CSS? SSSW ville, was a buslnesi visitor in The boundaries of the Sol diers Home at Qniucy have been changed so as to move its For delicious Ice Cream go to Dr, Hortlback, Oculist and nw wnwin Aurisl. Hannibal. Mo. Carl Jaeger has moved to the Sewing Machines (82,50 best;"- G. Moss residence property. ,n the world. A. Jaeger has had the walk K. Manning Walker. j jront Gf residence retold. For the best Ice Cream Bodal Mrs jj Carson has relald go to Chrlstaln's Caie. the walk la front of her resi- V S. Turner has purchased Vf. i:. Vanschoaick's fancy sad- this city Wednesday evening. "Money to patent good ideas may be secured iy our aid, ad dress The Patent Record, Bal timore, Md." FOR KENT. Hou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 June 1899

II l C DtIIT)Y EFRiriNfi Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. i7ll ITM lL7l B VULIKI villll The best salve ln-4he world for Tuts jiiiiiiiiiiiii'if Bruises, Soros, Uloers, salt Hhenm (TO V7 Pover Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands Z-NIIZX Chilblains, Corns, ami all skin 7T7 y TT "y y" ' I i'h'upUons andpostlvely curei Files y . ' Vt ' 'iuirtu. 11 i h jfiiarannon Is thoroughly interworen hut ha. long horizontal wires, wniCD CIB1II II it a. A FENCE. NOT A NETTING. I.lk a fence, it can tx properly ntrotclied aud erected with few poets and without top and bottom rrtua. HaacabU- wlv ajt. HM'i a oaUH running uirough ton icoce every foot Each roll contain the lament M. M. B. trad. nark. Nona other genuine We are manufacturers nlo of tho following famou fence: . , , , y, , S, to rlvi lKTfiM't. HfttlsflU t mil or mnnM .1 e are manufacturers also or the following famou. fence: ryvT7A 7 1 o.."'. . v,, CABLED HELD AND H6e FENCE U rr"; - by with or without lower cable barbed. lino am cable All borlaontal STEEL WEB ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 June 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. B. HIXSON. City. B4iwr. Republicans are for civil ser- vice when it keeps Republican Terms i Per Year. une of il Buu-re.i i . :. , i .: .' ; Monro City. Mi lourl. a econa . matter. ALL KINDS OF BERRIES. THREE BROKEN RIBS. n angry editor read the fol- Uncle John B. Settle has a office holders i'i office, but when lowing riot act to a delinquent COW and calf and thereby lianas It COan to keeping out Repub-' subscriber named Berry who re-1 a tak. Friday morning he lie m office seekers they want , fused to pay for bis paper. Bo mi' keel, then haltered his cow j'ou refuse Bill-Berry? Through an oversight the Democuat failed to mention the honors won at the State University by Byron and Roy McFarland. They are both THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1899 For a country where the work is homing men" it is in deed strange that so many ap plications are made for a little federal appointment. to pay you little ! to lead Her to pasture. She was I bright young men and are we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 June 1899

For good ice go to J. W. Bur iitt. The Tobacco Trust alone has let out 8000 traveling salesmen. If you want to sell your farm call oil 0. E. Purnell, ofhce with J. C. Peirsol. M8 J. O. Mayes and John Dema ree spent Sunday In Hannibal with friend. "Paris is the tiredest Mercury. town.' Good buggy and set of single harness for sale? Walter Moss. I ap- Prof. J. M. Sunday north friends. McMurry spent of the city with Prank McAllister, of Paris, was in this city with friends Tuesday. Mrs. Lillie Dunn, of Shelby ville, came down Monday to risit relatives. Hon. VV. S. a business trip McClintic made to Palmyra and Hannibal Friday. Mrs. C. C. Lane was visiting tier brother. C. E. Wood, at Woodland, Saturday. The Baptst of Milan, Sullivan County are erecting a 4.U0O house of worship. Mrs. Mildred Bowles, of near Palmyra, came in Saturday to visit her brother, J. S. Scott. Mrs. Wm. McDaniel. of Kan gas City, has been the guest of her brother, Uncle Ben Stevens. R )bt. Elgin, of Hannibal, was i...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 June 1899

.J .'! ! i- ORCHARD AND GARDEN -" Plow "ihtllow" in your orchard. DoOl plant fruit trei on poor a,nrJ, :l Will riot dO. ... . i l ..... I'liMl It !: luruin miu irw Tiage ayuut yon:' lio'Jsc Wood aaiMf am mod fcr & lawn, -iv-fially on ady soil. ! try office t If selecting a fruii oi 'lias d ipoi pe j nodded ure that it M located high. Plan your gardens -o that you ran stir them with the cultivator. Dig up around your tress and mix into the soil :oal or wcod ashes. Heavy land should be well drained before an on:hard is planted on it .... -- J ried man in the school. The doctor won't stand it.'' "He'll never know, fat head, tl'l going to b a secret mar- Oh, crikey! At the regis- "I wonder how much it costs. I shall have to ask." You'd better ask Mollie first," Butters returned. "She may object to a secret marriage. Scrape the hark face from your fruit! There'll be no calling her name out before the congregation or cake or presents I say. Old chap, fancy a wedding without cake or pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 June 1899

THE MOTHER OF TRUSTS. Henry O Havemeyer, large smiling, as the authorized representative cf the sugar trust has made a bitter attack Oil the high tariff, which, he .said frankly, "allowed the cor porations to rob the people." 'THE NEBRASKA COLORADO EXPRESS" A NEW TRAIN. On June 4th the Burlington Route puts into its passenger service to the West a new fast daily train St. Louis to Denver leaving Eastern Missouri in the Reduced One Way Second Class Rates to the Northwest. Effective at once, the one way second class selling and basing rates to Portland, Tacoma and Seattle will be as follows: From Council Bluffs and Oma- Tlie mother of all trusts is the j arriving at Denver 0:20 p. m afternoon and early evening, ! ha. $25.00; Prom St. Joseph 'customs cantr nm, "The ex isting bill and proceeding one have been the occasion of the formation of all of the large trusts." "With a protection to an industry not exceeding 10 per cent all menace to the com munity of trusts would cease." The Repu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 June 1899

THE - RACKET. This week wcell you l paper pine lc. I paper needles lc. readies black hone Ob. Ladle J etM; i ibb d vfcsts So. I. awn lie '! for -V. 2"e. Lawns IV. 20e. ami 1-V. Lawns 10c. 20c, Piquet for ISC I80. Piques for lo. ltv. Sheeting for Ste. Sheeting for 7o SSci Overall 49c. 60c. Shirts 4'Jc. Men'.- 40c. undowMrtl and drawers 2.V. Mena TV.. Hejrletfee rhirts - Dollars and mils detachable for ."0o. Jellie tumblers 2c. each. Masons qt. Jars .lOtr. doz. Maiona half gallon Jars t,v. do.. iw lb good iu-ar 1.00 Rood starch per package. Qood Soda 5c. per package. Good molasses -V. per pallon. Good vinegar l5o a gallon. Yours S. Christian. FLORIDA. Mr. Garth, of Liberty, Mo.. Dr. C. K. Damrell and wife, of Shel- sent his namesake. Garth Elzea. bvvUle visited relatives here last a onetland pony oy express week. : Saturday. The pony enroute MONEY TO LOAN At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest Mrs. M. U. Mr. Ward, of Boise city, Idaho, became restless in the nice n good Missouri farms, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 June 1899

- MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 1 2 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1890 NO. l THE ALUM BAKING POWDERS. Names of Some of the Principal Brands Sold in this Vicinity. nera of the effect uoon the hu-i man system of food made with ! "ls alum baking powders and the! publication of the emphatic opinions from noted scientists that such powders render the food unwholesome, leading to serious disorders of the stom ach, liver and heart, have caused numerous Inquiries for the names of the various alum powders. Some time ago the health au thorities of St. Louis made an examination of the baking pow ders sold within their jurisdic tion. The names of the alum powders then found were re ported and published. The fol lowing list is made up from this report, from the reports of the state chemists of Nebraska and Minnesota and from other efiuallv reliable authority. In...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 June 1899

Their leaden are urgant Urtheie money demand , For these fat, lazy hlrellags cannot Work with-their hand su Ibey beg. pre Mb and pray for the towtad sunt; Uroedjr dogs an Ihajr are, they can na'er get enough Tin y liavi- poor in their parish who ncud !' relief: They pre sat to Iheir powV andpray for tiieir gi-eif: They send the box round to them morning and night. And gently remind them of the poor widow' mite, i bey gather tbeir knowledge at no little expense. And the whole, of their trinity is dimes, dollars and cents. Honey, more money, is all thai they crave.. from tbeir flr-,t step on earth to th! brink of the grave. And when they are laid low and their bodies at rust. Place a box on their grave! 'da their latest request, That their friends may all seu who 00016 for relleelion, That thoy can't rest In peace without a collect Ion. Money is tbeir ceocd, the '11 not preaeb without it. Tiieir heaven is olesed agalnstall them who doubt it. For tliis is the esaenoeof modern re ligion...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 June 1899

AOKXTB WANTED - For 'The Life And JtahHwamtntt oGuSmlMl newer." tho wori.i's arccMnt nftVtj UcfO. Br Mnrnt HftllUtd, the PVPPIW A MPUf tuaim lirclutir friend unl nrtmlror of the nation's Idol. ' nvnii. HlM0nMillM(tbaoki over so.) fc"'. sxio o i. ,.i T 11 iMiier. iiMrly 100 pagvahsifioueilluitMUoni. June 4th the Burlington Kirm. otitnt fo. rThanto of h lif.t.Ki.-. Koute puts into its -passenger i How ct iimb.. diik. i-7 ' : service to the West a new fast A Professon Axenfled thinks ! lie has discovered that three fifths of all the men of distinct-j ion are Urst-born children and j the other two fifths the young est. Now lie ought to tell us I what becomes of the men who were tlie only child. COLORADO Keduced One Way Second Class Rates to (he Northwest. Effective at once, the one-way second class selling and basing rates to Portland. Tacnmn anrl daily train 4t. Louis to Denver ; Seattle Will be as follows: free at Charge. Any adult sit (Torino from a cold -etll'il on the breast, bronc...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 June 1899

THE DEMOCRAT IN MEMORY OF MRS. DR. J. NORTON. W. J. ROUSE, Editor R. F.'HiXSON, City Editor. Terms - $i ' U:rtl llttl.t I otnffl Kt ''.! Ctly.Mlt The aiiel of death lias once mor ' vered over our society and bOffie away one of our most I devoted and eaeoest sisters. I'er Year, Knurl. Keen no lss naft-r. June 24, 1890, Slater Maggie J. Norton passed through the pearly gates into the beautiful bevond to he forever with the THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 18G9 Liord. Therefore be It . , Resolved: 1st. That while we are deeply grieved over the Touure contributing to 4eath of our totti', yet we bow Republican campaign fund and i .submission to the will of our with it von nay over some of ; Heavenly Father, knowing mat your hard I arned cash to a rob ber every time you buy any ar ticle controlled by the trust. The man from whom you buy and to whom you pay the mon ey is nqS the robber. He is in Mie same boat with you And is In-doetli all things well. May we who remain emulate her vir tues and meet the ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 June 1899

J g REAL ESTATE AGENT g 3 Having decided to engage in the Heal EUtate Bum- C nets, I would ask tliose interested in buying, telling, rent- CJ oifiasriD SWEEPING I Clearing Sale :iOF X lB i H i0" 01 excnanJfl f;ir,n or city property to (five me, a call l MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S as I believe I can do you good, I also handle MARBLE, GRANITE find all kind of CEMETERY WORK. Soliciting a share of your.patron age, I am most respectfully yours. m J. B. THOMAS, g 3 j XKXKiaKOtKitXiCKXiOtiCiKXiOOOWX : We have decided to make these tremendous reductions NOW, instead of later on 44 a t rt i 1 ri f ii 1 so as to give an Ha 01 July cuycrs mc Deneiu 01 me low prices, m Big lot men's nobby new light suits worth in other stores K1G.50 to 118. 50 for 3 $18.00, Big lot men's nobby new light suits worth in other stores $13.:30 to $15. 00 for $11.50. 3T Big lot men's nobby new light suits wortli in other stores 1 1 .00 to 12.50 for $9.00. Big lot men's nobby new light suits wortli in other stores -(....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 June 1899

THE DEMOCRAT ,;" . ann, waikef w. ROUSE, R. P, HIXSON, Editor City, Editor for 16K -wedding rings. For delicious Ice Cream go to the Christian's Cafe. Ear and shelled com for sale. VanGlalm. MONROE CITY, MO. The circus season is here. If the President lacks nerve to call for troops for Ear and shelled corn for sale. Be Vtn01ahn. tbe j -' Bi Mudd, one of the tl,e I hustler of Clapper, paid this County court next Monday. Where will you celebrate? Dr. Horn-back, Oculist and Aurist. Hanojpal, Mo. Have some of the Manila belles kissed Hobson to death? I Philippines, lie should turn the whole business over to Miles. Lee or Wheeler. K. C. Times. ( ver Two TOM PiKio White Lett day at. B of in Strictly stock to,- office a pleasant visit Thursday. "Money to patent good ideas may be secured by our aid, ad dress The Patent Record, Bal timore, Md." Miss Louise Lyon returned Thursday afternoon from a three weeks vhsit with friends at Lathrop, Plattsburg aud Brookrield. O. WOOD'S go to Christ-sin'...

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