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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 June 1899

I, M. 8f, S. POULTRY FENCING In thoroilKiilv intarir.lren hnl ha Inn hnrini.l 7 ' JIM ; t ; x ; t ft www Is thorouKlily Intarw.-iren tint bit too boriaontal wlm, A KNGC NOT A NETTING. (. it uao lw properly abntched and erected with rear pool hiiiI wit hovit up and bottom rails. Haa cable sol, Hire and a ohMo runnintf through tho fence every foot. Bach roil contains to hawwM, M. S. trade aaark. w e are manuracturra also of the fnilf.Hn r.,. V t' ' 'j ' ' i' ' ' wauuw nciv Anil HimiTtnM: : i -jr - Unen aro rablee. STFFI WFR DICUFT nivrc iviiki a hiivii ror lawns. . '11. i" 1 1' . vk. nm toe best Steel gate, poets, etc. voi iiaaioa. Everything DE KALI FEICE CO., IBS lis! SI, OE ULfi, ILL pm. July ti, ues. rmuuji, isn. J. H. SIMPSON, Watclimaker and Jeweler DEALKR ITV I have had 40 vears exneripnro in flm r.-.tini business and will test your eyes as good as any SO-callerl rmtirian R.nlicfnHon rtw .... rririiii-rf Vs. rEri "oiun.ivu K'vtn oi uiwncv i 1 . ' t 1 : t-l i- -,,! 1,.,,... -1. ...

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. — 29 June 1899

THE - RACKET. This week w sell you 1 paper pins lc. 1 papjr needles lc. ' Ladies black hose ")C Lad los Jersey ribbed -wits fie. Lawn ties 2o. .') for 5c. 25c . LaWnS 15c. 2()c. and i5c. Lawns 10c. 20c. Piques for lijc. Ic. Piques (or 12e. 10c. Wheeling for 8c. lc. Shooting for n i."ic. Overalls 4!)e. 50c. Shirts 40e. Men's 40c. undershirt and drawers 5c. Men's 75c. Xolcgce shirts 2 collars 1 ind cuffs detachable for 50c. Jelllo tumblers 2c. each. Masons qt. Jars .. do.. MasoM half gallon Jars 85c. doz. 10 lhjjood sugar $1.00 Oood starch 5c. per package. Good Soda 5c. per package. Good molasses 25c. per gallon. Good vinegar l"c a gallon. Yours Uncle Btllie Wilson is very sick. Will MeOraw was calling on friends In inclnnati Sunday. Misses Pink and Myrtle Spalding spent pari of this week with Mrs. D. H. Keudrick. Miss Ella Haden spent Sunday in Shiel. Salt rivc"r is low. Farmers cutting wheat. Miss Lora Watts spent the first of this week in Huntington. were visiting in town Saturday....

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 July 1899

K V MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. VOL. 12 Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, TRSDAyTjULY (, Ts9Q Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. LEADS THE COUN'I Y. As a center of business activ ity Monroe Olty leada the county by big odds., While other! oua trouble tn Quincy. It ap towns are crying and ad vertis-1 pears that he has had a mania ing to the world "I am dead" I for tiavtnir For imnAm i ,i,,i.v NO. 14 WENT WRONG. Harry A. Pelrsol, formerly of this city, has (rotten into seri- The Queen of the Prairlea is at tending to her knitting and forg ing to tin; front. For instance, lake Saturday, although a large number of fanners were too busy with their COtn crop to come to town, the streets of Hie city were througed with people al ter 11 a. m. Early iii the morn ing long strings of wagons be gan to arrive with theiCburdens of sheep and hogs. They weri followed by twenty five teams drawing pileiug, fence posts and sawe...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 July 1899

i ucky and no one can bluff liim. ., . , , ,,,' I had with me a rifle. He Hi'- lady rode in her coach fit state, v a, the air grew efalty.aad . the day put a piece of paper on a stump ami said I could have the Brat Bgins to tira ami go ,ttot, And every time I bit fbe mark he would give me ten did lars. but that I must do likewise with him. 'iliis I did not agree to. so we shot for fun without grew late Uut nlia (eh no Vv hor own hearthstone wRh hp royal For though it .vn-i warn' and rich) and fai:'. There was never e'lild tj greet her ibere. MANUAL TRAINING. Iu the May number of the "North American Keview.' Mrs. Rebecca Harding Davis publiahed an article, entitled The Curse in Education in which she criticised sharply the methods in VOgue ill our public schools, and nointed out some :i rest. 1 missed nearly every ()f t)e ttndelablc results of our time, and one time bit it square fdncatlona1 system. In the in the center. They say Goron- JuIy number of the Review, imo's. eyesight Is v...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 July 1899

SIGHT-SEEING MADE EASY. New Mode of Conveyance Introduc ed By an Omaha Man for the Convenience of Visitors at the Greater American Exposition. Dm of the moat popular moitaa of travel provided (uv vtaltora ;tt. Greater America lixnoaltlon. Mhinii open in Omaha on July l, for a Direct via St. Joseph and South "THE NEBRASKA COLORADO deduced One-Way Second Class EXPRESS" A NEW TR AIN. Rates to tilt Northwest. On June Jlli the Burlinirtnn Effective at once, tha nna.mnn icon te puts into its passenger second class telling and basing service to the West a new fust rates to Portland, Tacotnaandl dally train St. Louis to Denver Seattle will be tin follows: leaving Eastern Missouri in the From Council Bluffs and Oma- afternoon and early evening, ha, (80.00; From St. Joseph, arriving at Denver 0:20 l. m. S28.85: From AtheUr.n xm w-' m-Ai u.i. . ;ue nini en route. : Mom Leavenworth 2H HS- 1' rotu Kansas Cit White Elephant ern Nebraska. $28.85; rioa r fuiu- montlia. is a ourloua .in panoae vohie...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 July 1899

TH E DEMOCRAT W. ',. ROUSE, Editor. R. F.'HDCSON, City EJer. RESOLUTION OF RESPECT. Whereas: tt is with deepest sorrow that we are sailed upon to Itiourtl the death ol o'ir dear "i.vu-r. Mrs. Margaret Norton, erne who has been Identified With Chap H.. r. E O. from its earliest infancy, and was ever readv to irlve n due share of her THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1869 interest and energy to its ad- Terms - $! Per Yea. . yittrtd tiliopontoniMftt MonWM Cltf.Ml Mttfii as Itcond claws mnltrr. During the past week many prominent Democrats have told as that the DEMOCRAT has been doing the proper thing in urg ing tba re organisation of tin tree silver club here. We are confident that the club will lu re organized in a short time and its Influence will be felt in all parts of our grand America. ll over the country we musi irganize as the battle is not , afar off. Already we can hear the roar of the gUUS of the en- 1 my. in tin: battle we must meet a well organised and i splendidly equipped foe. li we arc...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 July 1899

WTT w: r irnmrwM ji p n-n--t v T1 8 ! ir ts ........ .mi rrMr-js.irjr j. n. nun ami ,-, -,1 CM- K . Of The Swell Swell Surries, Swell Phaetons Swell Buggies, Swell Road Wagons, WE Carry The Latest Creations in Style, The Best In Quality, And The Lowest In Price. Visit our Sample Rooms and sec the Biggest and Best Stock of Wheeled Vehicles in the city. A. JAEGER, THE LEADING HARDWARE AND STOVE DEALER. 8 ; Ladies slippers at very low : price! at Rogers, VS ; I It i i 1 j. j uwtuioy .ts in uic cuy , Sunday, as usual. Mrs, J. J. Brown was visiting frtenfts at Fly yesterday. Chas. McOlothliii madu a bus iness trip to Qulncy yesterday. For good ICE apply to Stephens. Telephone No. M 'HAL ESTATE AGE! Having decided to engag in the Kuai Ml ura" 1 wwtiiose interested in buying, ,. , . iuK ui uxcnnnging, tarm or city property to giv, n .. as I believe I can do you good, I also handle MARBtE, GRAfftTE ml , i of CEMETERY WORK. Solicltlmr a shar, .. , aye I am most .respectfully yours. r.-.r 91!...

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

Tlii i DEMOCRAT Oo to R. Manning Talker' prof. e. Caldwell, of Hunne NV. I. rocsh, k. :. HIX50N, Editor City, Editor for IHR wedding rings, well made ;i business trip to For dJllciou Ice dream go to t,,e city Fri(U-v- the Christian's Cafe. Farm Loans at 6 Per Cent MONROE CITY, MO. Dr. Hornbacki Oculist Aurtst. Hannibal, Mo. Hid Harry Weis is now a student of telegraphy at the Katy de pot. i I Va llIVt Bhaar.an IUk1 1 . . m W anted-Some one who has For the nicest line of trimmed !r $1,000 or more 01. iron I Im realestate SSfn ,wld f !mt8 or f rom " V can be proved farm. In Monroe county Tcoia Bwikkby. For the best Ice Cream Soda ro to Christain's (.'ate. .1. B. Thomas the man. is bringing many Eastern , , ..... B, A. Bpalding and bride prospectors to the citv. 1 , spent Saturday and Sunday in Mrs. O. Harry Parks and the City, the guests of her rel- mot her spent Thursday tabtagjatives. in the sights at the Gen City. T. ( in the day. Polling of Qulncy was city on business Thins- Laban...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 July 1899

r; n 9 3 i u i n i i ft X i i n B c; a c - set c er. c c c or.c: CHzjca(BC3cnc2GJO OF COURSE YOU WANT The very latest fad in CALLING AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS. We can furnish you an aluminun card case with your name engraved thereon and 100 cards very cheap, CALL AND SEE. 9 i u I 1 K i u 0 f.l u fn Ul s Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The beat salvo in the world for Cuts ' Bruises, Sore) Ulcers. Suit lihenm favor s.i v, Tstter, Chapped handi I Chilblains, Cornii anil nil Skin Eruptions andpottlvely euros Piles I or uo pay required, it la ifuarsnteod to 'jive perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Prioe for sale by n. O Wood. City Directory. city OPPIOIALS, Mayor Nnmnol North Polios Judge v. n. StoTtni . Marshal I w. Stephens. City Attorney ,T. t;. PelrtoL H. 4 ST. JOE TIME TABLE.' 00IH0 KABT. .t K. C. Ml 12: 2 n m (J (J i IB 9$tVa fasttbain EkSTT i J I "WABASH city clerk Oeo, v. Tompkint, City Treasurer ...h. k. Una. Oolleetoi j. k. nib. Assessor .... V K RUtlgdgS Street Com ml "loner J. S. J...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 July 1899

W. - RACKET. t, it. Bosrman, a lufferer from I vlie Warren cemetery Sunday after . i a.n.b. i. rtuttina I noon, Iter. Jonei nreachina the fu lormul m!( iiaiti. ncral discourse. I p week wc sell you liOl la. ink and Myrtle Snaldlna Fourth of July is thing of th ;,, m ! ... i !n- sm.ii- past and a slorlous one t t tor the MONEY TO LOAN At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Osnt Snterest in n h diet Ic. IrlAOh hose t orscy ribbc J . " for vtw lie, l.V. Lawn , - for Ific. m for 12f I v. lOe Kate McAllister spending ; near i 'lucinnati. wiidorr.bUi crowd of young rum in in attended church at ton Sunday night, Minnie Shuck who ha been fur two months, we learn is .. a w; : r - , -i . rtirtnara tn thi. inn&litv it pained wn wn ntwowi wnna wun raniai navmenr rnvi,.."es at any moat .r las day. " by oelebrat- Interest pay day. Rate ot interest regulated according to value od by ihootlnii the anvil between of aeourlty offered, We also loan money on desirable city proper bowers aad enttng Ice crtam while lY...

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. — 13 July 1899

J : C ( A MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 12 Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Miroe and Ralls Counties. Subsection, fl.eo Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, .1 UTAr 18, NO. 15 SUPPRESS ALUMNEO POOD. The doctors inform us that alum is ci poison, and that alum baking powders should be avoid ed because they mule the food unwholesome, Prominent by gienists, who have given the matter most study, regard these powders as an evil that should be suppressed by state action, .in Minnesota and Wisconsin ai um powders ara uot permitted to be sold unless they are brand :d to warn consumers of their true character, while in the Dis trict of Columbia the authorities have under the direction of Con gress, adopted regulations to prohibit the use of alum bread altogether. Are not the people of o titer States, as well US those of Miu nesota and Wisconsin, entitled to warning of a danger which is apparently menacing them at close hand, and is not the whole MONROlf...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 July 1899

HI H. c "i... The l The Tic lOtl !t,l Before I HEART'S LETTER. I i raft I I II ordoi : . . -'..d ri.o.-il i j 1' latlt I rsiiiJ. !jed so hi' rawHagc; if i vo far aWay golden morning Would bring the reveille. The letter from his iweet heart Be held It U his itiv.ist; Ha kissed Hi! tender treMurai A nd then ii" surdi to rest While tin ugh the veils of lumber Be saw her face again Shine nwoot heyongthe shadows Of the battle's orinaon ratal I k now what ihehaa written) i cannot so tonlght. r. it. it. what other message Than Love's has hIh- to write!" II" clasped hla Hps upon it. I ! breathed n tender si;li ! ;; aotdiera in the trenchei Beneath a tropic iky, The letter from his sweetheart Aoroaa the miles It came Vg lill 111- h til with gladness As he faced the batthvllami : T till him and to cheer him with song, and sih, and dream) At far beyond thd tronehei Be v;n.- jop sweet face "'Irani' i on how it i worded; . '"'mow what tale it telle; rJs,awect with summer blossoms ,rnd the sound ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 July 1899

REPUBLICAN "TREASON. " Tlie Republican Minneapolis Tribune say a i "We would nue to impress upon the Adminis tration at Washington the fact that It is losing ground by its dilatory tactics;' The Repub lican New Bedford (Mass.) Mer cury says that Otis is sending Ills war bulletins to the wrong place. "He should send them to the Filipinos that they may know they are conquered." The Republican Chicago Trib une says: "At this rate the insur rection will drag along through the-suinmerand autumn of 1900." The Republican Baltimore American says: "It is futile to hope for Republican success next year if the voters of the country every morning are to be confronted with stories of battles and loss of life through disease and on the firing line." The Republican Pittsburg Dis patch says that "those who in ssist on the sending of anywhere from 25.000 to 125,000 more Americans to fight Filipinos and to be attacked by the cli mate; to spend from $100,000, 000 to 00.000,000 per year in the war of s...

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. — 13 July 1899

I ! Tiie Lexington Intelligencer announces tlv:it there will b a whipping pOtt bill before the next Missouri Legislature. Such a law is bndly needed,. It - Si Pr Year, j would save tbe taxpayers thousands of dollars annually r.ure,i hi pMMitM biowo OMf.Mii-1 am decrease tbe number of crimes. Many ot Missouri's THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1809 i,t newsfMipers have been mmm agitating the question for some tun..- ami the great majority THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. P. P. 1UXSON, Ciiy Eiitsr. Terms - ROiirltm Mona eta" motor. There is nacli prosperity to lay a America. Oof Rtpnbll can friend-, claim the credit for It and a- We believe in bring fair we gladly give them credit. But, right here permit us to ay that we ilo not like tbe kind A prosperity that is stalk ing over our land, it is not a prosperity for tbe masses but favor tin- measure. Protection has made tbe so called Infant industries" so strong that they now think they are the whole thing and that tbe people have ho rights which tn...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 July 1899

The Swellest I Of The Swell Swell Surries, Swell Phaetons Swell Buggies, Swell Road Wagons WE Carry The Latest Creations in Style, The Best La Quality, And The Lowest In Price, Visit our Sample Fooivis and sec (he Biggest and Best Stock of Wheeled Vehicles in the city. A. JAEGER, THE LEADING HARDWARE AND STOVE DEALER. IK WB CLOSE AT 7:3o. We, the Undersigned mer chants of Monroe City, Mo., do! hereby agree to close our re spective places al business at ":!!() p. m., Saturday's excepted, from July 12th to Sep. 1st, 1899. J no. J. Rogers, J. B, Anderson, Herman Levy. Westbofl & Carson, A. Boulwartd: Son, Williamson & Ragsdale, Chas. P. Fowl-r. .T. B. Jackson, W. H. Wine, Halzer & Dlrlgo, s. Christian, J. w. Hutt, Sharp & Donley. B. L. Anderson. J. w. Burdltt. IT IS Monroe leads point. Men's Cool Pants as a t rnding cheap at Rogers. W. C. T. U a j Tuesday at 8 . m. i $ of Mrs. A. S. Jayi e. meeting in the A Mrs. Samuel j part of the week ! 1 and relatives nea r i .sow i...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 July 1899

Ma nninsr Walker' nri? nrvrnnp at Go to R for 18K wedding rings- Editor w. ROU5E. R. F. HIXSON, - City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. .1. Art Melson made a business Arip to Hannibal Monday. For the best Ice Cream Soda 40 to Christain's Cafe. Rev. Frailer, of Palmyra, spent Sunday in the city with f rie nds. For job printing of ail kinds tin' DEMOCRAT is head quarters and our prices are right. Master Willie Longmire7s spending the week with his grand parents in New London. Se wing Machines 22,50 best in the world. R. Manning Walker. B. M. Linn, of St. Louis is j the truest of his mother. Mrs. Anna Linn and other relatives. For cheap staple dry goods x nd notions go to Miss Tudie Swinkky. Rev. Paul H. Linn, of Brook fleld, came down Monday morn ing to visit the homefolk and many other friends. II. V. James has a line lint' of ce which he is now delivering. Leave orders at Sharp & Don leys. WANTliU. A man and w ife to take- charge of a smal...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 July 1899

iB-. ! l n : f) Bueklen'l Arnica Salve. world for Outi : Salt J Ihonm 1 torus, TVtter, Chapped bands Chllblatu?i Uornii and all su-in Eruptions and postivcly curat Piles or uo-pay required, it ! guaranteed I to Ivo perfect satisfaction or money refundedi Price :25c, for s-alu by h. 0 Wood. ail i. .V sr mi DAILY FAST TRAINS . - bjosfi 8 nruobiit ie i. Lo ws i 1 IS-Looo! r : K I 1 I Ciiy Directory. -TO- OF COUR WANT n n The very latest fad in CALLING AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS. We can furnish you an aluminun card case with your name engraved thereon and 100 cards very cheap. CALL AND SEE, El EC3r2C THE t4 Wfl P MB git I HI 1 I s M1MM,V- wrw WR? dt! 1 ' B", "WABASH CITY OFF1CIAM. Mayor Samuel N'orth Pottos Jiirtge v. B, steroni . j Miirsimi i v. Btopbenii c ity Attorney J. 0. Pelffeol. City clerk (;'(. v. Tompklni, City Treasurer It, !:. Linn. Collector j. R, Pith, i Assessor..., iXRnttedge j street Ootnmtnloner j. s. jaraisn, AbDSSMKItl first Ward.!. Scott, t U.I (irndy: Reoond Wnr.i-w. w...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 July 1899

past week from Qulncy where ha lmw FLORIDA. RtUM,dlWMuool. Mr, cleaver Is vlsltln in Paris John B. Carrlco has bought tho IV i ru MAHtfhut' . if , Husky farm. Wo failed to loarn Mi A. Violet! and famllj are ' 1 tho price pftld. Itvitists til Mi. K. a. Scott, tnclo Tom Bims returned home vv. iv VVot iii'" i". his hon u north jnondaj fn.ni tin- Indian Nation whom ,r itmn Wednesday night, July th. jir a. ) ,.n visltlntf lii son and Mi--- Nellie Rosell lind Kmtua daughter, Uncle Tom ny ovory ntiM'iiilrhon and Mrs. Humes and thing Is In -a flourishing condition famlh attended Quarterly nieellnj! at down thoro. Hi i-.tn Pe last v.. 6k. i Antlm Vandovcnter I . U- j COUNTY LINE ITEMS. III. 1 Monty of title ruin. Mr. v Htuatt rotUrnund M ... : mm , i a. , ' 'Ll I . F I l.i, making i-- the order ol Uioduy. Hoy. Smith preached at PoMoss IhsI Sunday. Knworth tean hold services nt in 'hill lootlio when !i hai ,:,( veery attend il to busl' . , i . Mondnj ..... 1 1 I. in u l,n.ti i'. il irn- i ......

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 July 1899

7r A MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests Marion, Monroe and Ralls Oounties. Subsvriptmn, $1,00 Per Year. VOL. 121 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1899 NO. 10 R. WHAT HAS BEEN DONE. AM INTERVIEW WITH MAJ. o. dtcjlsivw. The idea that a young man "It you ask me touching my must go west to make a living knowledge of and connection, or eventually pile up a compe wi tli the Jester Gase,"' "I have'taucyis all bosh as has been only this to say : I never i proven in this city more than try my cases in the columns of 'once. Attention to business a newsnaner. It 18 not general- twmcn is conducted on uie ly protitahle to the client and is veryapt to he harmful. A great deal has already been published concerning this case, which is mere rot. I notice in to day's Republic ltfth an interview had with Judge Uashaw or St. Louis; the only remarkable thing about his interview is that Judge liashaw ever gave utterance to facts herein al leged or e...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 July 1899

n w. m iirm) a rn o0d tC B apply tu J W THE DEMOCH A 1 Stephens. Telephone Mo. 74. W. . ROUSE, Mi. 1 . HtXSON. 1ONR0E CITY, MO br. Horn back. Oculist Aurist, Hannibal, Mo, For the West Ice Cream Soda I go to Chrhttairi's Cate. C. O. Mayes made a businaea trip to Paris Friday. Dr. Shell)' Maddox of near Huntington, was in the city on business Saturday. Hon. s. j, Melton made a business .trip to Hannibal Fri day. Bowing Machines 9t&M West in the world. II Manning Walker. ,T, I;. Dysught of Kansas City, spent Saturday In the city with his friend, J. A. uarmouy. DaG range col' city Thursday . i . r . . . IT t Uf HI LCI UBl III 111"! Editor For delicious Ice Cream goto City, Editor the Christian's Cafe. It is said that a hunch clover huhg up in a room dry will drive away Hies. STRAWS OF FASHION. CZZ! Baby ribbon In black and white mixed edges the ruffles on a white organdie gown. Farm Loans at 6 Per Gent. of to and Frank B. Colloway the young ers and edged with black silk St. Louis W...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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