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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 July 1899

s n 5 S n 9 u n u 1 8 U I u i u u i I i u 1 1 Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tlie host salvo In the world fT Cuts Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, suit Rhonm ' Fever Soros, Totter, I 'hupped hands ChilbhslM, CtfMWi Hnd all Skin EruptiOlIt and positively otiroi Tiles or uo pay required. His guaranteed to five jierfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 2oc, for sale by B. O Wood. City Directory . Hi & HT. JOE TIMli TABLE. DAILY FAST TRAINS OOISO F.AdT. No, SflClilrago ,t 01' KI " 4-ClliKOiti;v(;. Exp ... . " ttOOkfSl I M Q'cy A Hah ' t St. Louis Kl 0, A Denver t 2--Loal fttlgkl I J: .-.' N rti gl . lit w:i" a nti . ' : t! a nit 146 p in -TO- OF COURSE YOU WANT I The very latest fad in ; CALLING AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 5 We can furnish you an aiuminun card case with ft j ..i irn i i w your name cugravea mcreon ana ivju caras very ciieup, cj i CALL AND SEE 3 ft I r I NEW FAST TRAIN VIA THE Si L.' mi WABASH i 5KC Leave St. Louis. .... 9:10 a. id Arrive New York .'1:110). m. NEXT DAY Arrive llost...

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. — 20 July 1899

THE DEMOCRAT FROM THE PHILIPPINE Manila.. P. L, May -J. W. J. FOUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. Terms $i Per Year. J'.iltcJ n t lit poitofte l Mnnrop C.'tr Mtttl, M WOOM OlMI mutter. Mt- We left Plattsburg. N. Y.. April 10th, arrived at BatlFritn Cisco April 17th and sailed the morning of the lHth making a through trip of it on the Trans port Hancock not stopping at Hoiiolula. The nearest we came to that part wasabout 200 mile north of ft, and we arrived at Bryan becomes more popular) Manila May nth and lamied every day. the 12th. We camped on the America I Lunetta for one day and night and next dav we marched t THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1899 Democracy give legislation in the interest of all the people. !t will he money against man hood in 1900. Which side will I'OU be found on'- Pree America from Mark Manna rule and then the people will he prosperous. miles out here where we are now. We are guarding the Res ervoir here and are baring it about a good as anybody has it in the field,...

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. — 20 July 1899

i nri The Swellest 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 see the Biggest and Best Stock of Wheeled Vehicles in the city. A. JAEGER, THE LEADING HARDWARE AND STOVE DEALER. ;l 'j Speak a good word for your ! home paper. Some big bargains in shirts at ', Rogers. J W. O. Foreman is spending jthe week at West Ely. 1 1 The Burlington Railroad will not employ a cigarette smoker. Our $1.00 73c at Wash Pants for Rogers. i Leonard Crisler has paid the ; tax and is now a full fledged ; real estate agent. miss uamerine isiepnens en tertained a party of friends last evening. Rev. Wiley J. Patrick filled appointments at Bethlehem Saturday and Sunday. You will find the Best Clothing at Cut Prices at J. Anderson's. 7 Thomas Irons, of Hunnewell, was a busiuess visitor in the city Tuesday. E. R. Taft, of Farber, Mo., was attending to business in the ci...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 July 1899

JUST WHtiN U S HOT, Youse ain't de kind v hloko 'ml Imp Yor mouf shut, would yi'i'f You'd ! Put a good frltnd next.- r fought a, Ii'k hot. yintte nonld. I ain't c.iu or 40 boy WbSjtj Mw" Dene's gujra 'ud kiw It to dacMelvM lay lu..-.i... I'ntll doy 'd pliMd dtk bote. I ri-ckomuoft fiut.w cu ItupOinpiAloOg I kMrtd you wasn't uivin' tno Vn' snorehet mo, ' -o ttiong staer w'on you eoiM opi An' xtart Hi. attest a-.i-nnStu'- off w : lea whut's drippie' oft do end of i.m)mi ! Me dngrrs An wilt- neoullartlll d colors blend ; An' splnhin.' Ai.' shrinks UW -hoon two MM, ONCE WAS hNOUGH. This, is Otoe of Gen. Miles' stories. In the confederate armv i .onistreet s cm ps w.i ;rot it I On do sidewalk': Yoiiho miht t'irk Pruto do anpearaca of dat nolsture wnsi". dry. Hat's w'l.ve youse It off your base, V I'm do empire. Mo front is warK;d nndscaswi-i-rai-k- ed nil down. If Mft'ioa maile ino OOUgh, It'ud V'nii m underskirt .limbs up m baok i H,iL It Vn' I till:' - knirdrftWB terglt aim-am soakin-....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 July 1899

- ...... ... mmm COLORADO I Reduced One Way Wanted Someone who lias, promised to bring us a load of wood to do so at once. The Literary DlCGSt lMUe Weekly O3 Vt2 Paitei Illustrated "All the PeriedicaU in One" Diiouinlon on all side of allquostlona "THE NEBRASKA EXPRESS" A NEW TRAIN. On June 4th tlie Burlington Route puts into its passenger service to the West a new fast! daily train St. Louis to Denver, leaving Eastern Missouri in thei afternoon and early evening, arriving at Denver 8:20 p. m. next dayi One night en route, j Class Hi'lcrtod from (loincHtic ami translat- I'll fin in full . i 1 1 1 1, ' i . ,i i ; i 1 lili.putiii'i. The Literary bltfaet is In the world of Direct via St. Joseph and South -' From thought, fedirttf, mid reoearoh what Hie iwwapapers an; in tlii world oi vrtit.s. You find in lha dailien lli fiiitts; you find in Tin' Literary DltfOflt the reason for the fact. ENTIRE KEALM OI: THOIK1H V AND ACTION ern Nebraska. The Burlington and Rio Grande Routes from the m...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 July 1899

I DO YOU? $ Do you need a new Cook Stove?flf If so get it while it is cheap, h We still have Ice Cream Freezers ffl and Gasoline Stoves. If you are out of ice, come and vet a Cream can to hand in the well. R. Manning Walker. (TNUHRS FROM SHIEL J. O. Maddox made, us a pleasant rail Sunday evening and related some Interesting experiences of camp life, while in the 4th Mo. Valunteere. Three members of the T. A. Spal ding family arc down with remittent fever. The death of Uncle Diek Hart is hourly expeeted at the home of hi ton, George, m ar Hog Ford. l number of young ladles spout H today with the Miss. - Smith, west of Shiel Mis Lora Itagar has returned from an extended visit with New London fi i nds. Abe Moyers ami family, of Now London, arc visiting relative la Ui!s v lelnity. i Dr. Cnownlng, f Hannibal, was called to sv H. T. Boone in uonsulta tion with Dr. Maddox last week. Miss Myrtle Pottorstteld was vislt i.ig among friends In Palmyra last woak. Misses Jennie Boone and Anna Qlb...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 July 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. VOL. 12 Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1899 NO. 17 MONROL CITY LIBRARY. The ladles of the P. E. O. So clety have for several weeks been working for a public libra ry in Monroe City. Up to this tune they have about sixty vol- ON THE LAWN. Tuesday afternoon the P. K. 0. society and all of their chil dren drove out to the pretty su burban residence of J. M. Proc tor and wife and there on one nines. They have been buying of the largest and most perfect the best late.st books and have cause to be proud of the success they have made so far. They are working enthusiastically and it the citisens do their duty they will soon have in Monroe Citv a public library of which we will all be proud. Then let us one and all aid in the cause. Donate one or more books and take as many tickets as you possibly can. For the present, at least, the b...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 July 1899

...", . - i For (food ICK apply to J W THE DEMOCRAT ! Stephen Telephone m 74. W. ROUSE, R. F. HIX50N. Jack Dysast, one of the bright vounir men of Shelbina. was in Editor For delicious Ice Cream go to the city Sunday with friends. City. Editor the Christian's Cafe. ;Vhat isthe matter with W. J. Fan Loans at 6 For Cut. We have prepared to loan sums of 91000 or more on good Im- Dr. C. P. Bell made a busi ness trip to Hannibal Thursday. Bert Wood is progressive. He has had good walks laid around MONROE CITY. MO. For the nicest line of trimmed Bryan? Nothing. Both Chi-1 proved farms in Monroe County Dr. Hornback. Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. For sale or trade a good bug gy. Apply to Wait Moss. For the best Ice Cream .Soda ,go to Christain's Cafe, Misses Sue and Jessie Holds Worth -.pent Sunday with Shel biua friends. hats for from $1 up that can be Oculist and found anywhere go to cago factions have declared for ut R Pr rent Interest with small TfDIE SWIXKKY. Sharp & Donley kill their own ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 July 1899

1 n J L pi I 3 5 3 ft s n o I n I i Hi i i u I i I 1 j OF COURSE YOU WANT 8 The very latest fad in 1 CALLING AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS- j We can furnish you an aluminun card case with your name engraved thereon and 100 cards very cheap, i CALL AND SEE Bucklen's Arnica Salve. TIio boat salve In the world for Cuts Bruits., Bore., Ulcer., Bait Rhenm flevor sore-, Tetter. Chapped hands Chilblain., corns, and aii skin Eruption, aaapoitively cures Pile, or no pay required, it a gnaranteod to give perfect sal i fuel ion or money refunded. Price 28?, for sale bv Q O Wood. City Directors lifi m fin m yjirSo BHHi H.t 8T. job TIMS TAIIIjM N". MCUmm & CT mi 4-Chn aBO A K.C. Kr '. Brooklioll to LjVy all i io st. Leal k. i:. 4rDnv ( -'--Local Ki clKlit. . . I ' ' Oil :3 1 11 I Mayor . Poliflf Jmltfo. . Marshal ; ;ily Attorney I City Clerk, j 'lty Treasurer. Collector city orriotAta Nurauol North w. ii. itirw, J w. Stephen., R L. Wood ion. UW, W. Tompkins. U.K. Linn. j. k. nib. A K Ruttadg. rT. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 July 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. FOUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON. aty Editor. - - - Si Per Year. Terms ti -re.l it t lb poatoOc at Monro City. Mi . i iri. , i c; SlMI matter. THURSDAY. JULY 27, 1899 The American people have l.r more than thirty years been pouring their bard earned money Into the National treas ..ry ami a- bondl have been retired and interest paid tn other bonds tlif people have be- All the talk abo-.it silver not being an issue in 1900 Is being done by the tjold standard peo ple. Democracy Will not take a single step backward, but tn the Other band Will make sev eral steps forward In the inter ests of the masse. An Income tax is a fair and just tax and it places the bur- denol supporting the govern ment on those who derive the i most benefit from the govern ment and who are In position tj pay tax without Injury to them-; selves. The primary election is the SPECIAL SALE BOY'S AND CHLDRENS SUITS AT LEVY'S CASH CLOTHING STORE. We bare just received from the manufacturers a nice line of ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 July 1899

special shoe sale I KBAD this. Clean up the street, vaults. cut the weeds mid mow your urass Then yon will he ready for the Grand fraternal Picnic mVNm'S NEW SHOE STORE. For the next 15 days the following low cash prices will reign in our New Sore which is Twenty Per Cent Less than any concern in the city can quote, quality considered, for which our shoes have always been noted for wear. For good ice go 1 1 ditt. All our H5.00 Men's Shoes Black and Tan, Special Sale Price 400. All our 4.00 Men's Tan and Black Shoes, Special Sale Price $8.50. All our Men's $8.50 Tan and Black Shoes. Special Sale Price $-.75. 150 pairs Men's Tan and Black Vlci Shoes, regular $3.00 values. Special Sale price 2.00. 100 pairs Men's Shoes Lace and Congress, regular $1.50 values Special .Sale Price $1,00. Men's $1.75 and $2.00 Plow Shoes, Special Sale Price $1.50. Men's $1.50 Plow Shoes, Special Sale Price. $1.25. 75 Pairs Men's Plow Shoes, Special Sale Price 75c. Boy's Plow Shoes, Special Sale Price 75c. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 July 1899

1 HH SONCiOE THE GRASS. Ill tlu-Soldiers' Cemetery at Arling ton.) - Hru mat: y , are mihty. ami your fvt they trapjpbi i e hftv trod the mountains under, :iti! tlic left, ':',!. Ron twu, have conqvi iM-il. but w ithlo tlii OjUlel yard it i. the tnuwi an: ,mMterj bsrk In Ml'1. '... Imvr tore IMS) iii your tiKWcheH. wmrred me deepwltlwotind hapl i A nd my dewy award have rolled in dlWt and blood, Vhen amid ihe ofcnnpn-tbiinder e'en the loreefceemed t rarif And your bsttle shook the hillside where ye stood. A i i , ye v Ictors? Twos not .Csrtfeaje .im by Tt'Mlmeno.l Ink', Nor the Brutqns 'mid the wheat at Waterloo,, I in- toy erecplisg, crowfdisaj eajiona from Hi""- both tin- Belt! did take. a - I took the, belfthu ol Gettysburg from you. Hut I Imfa) the bcjitle fury i I hate tin- crawling ca Willi it- wrinkle . tMMjrinfl fH( tide i ..t'-nrvp (Mill in n liorsrv hot evprv- troopers. Among tne spons 01 ' j war 4tm acquired was Colonel, one present thought that the He had been seized by ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 July 1899

Wanted Some one who has promised to bring us a load of wood to do 8o at once. The Literary Digest THE NEBRASKA COLORADO ! Reduced One Way Second Class; EXPRESS-' A NEW TRAIN. On June 4th the Burlington 1 Route puts into its passenger service to the West a new fast daily train St. Louis to Denver I leaving Eastern Missouri in the afternoon and early evening, m. nest day. One night en route. issued Wcvfcly .'12 Page lluiatwttoJ "All (lie Prriodicals in One' Dletialoa on altildesof allquoittaM trlvlog at Iteuver 0:20 k nviurwtH irum itonemio ana ir attaint fd frrn tiMtmium melnMnu 1 1 1 j . n 1 1 1.... The Literary ulgeat is in the world of : Direct ri8t. Joseph and South thought, feeling, and reseoMli wkat Urn Nebraska. biro m-wpjni-r ivru Ml UIO WMTMi uventa. You lind In the daiMea the fact; you Bad fa The Literary fUgm ;;rar,de Routes from the middle nii- ' ltd mil INDH l-.NTIKF. PIMM 01 TlinilftHT AND ACTION The Burlington and Rio wav, tke scenic wav, tc the Pa ii''C, art. beVM-tet...

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. — 27 July 1899

K0 00 FRATERNAL PICNIC Will 1)0 held ii the Park in . . m ma Monroe P.itv. Mo., on Thursdav Aue. 3rd. R ; HIVIll W W!J . . . - , - J 0 J MONEY TO LOAN At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest On (rood Missouri farms, with partial payment privileges ;it any M Interest pay day. Kate of interest regulated according to value a1 of security offered. We also loan money on desirable city proper jjf ty at reasonable rates. Call on or address with stamp for reply, JOHNSON & DAVENPORT, Monroe City, Mo. 0 0. 0 0 WIRE NAILS. The biggest adv. the wire nail people ever had is a set) Sit 0. M0 . 0. 0 00 Under tin Monroe City. Auspices of Modem Woodmen Camp and District Court of Honor of Abraham Munsallem, our trustwor thy peddler, called on nome of his friends in this locality Saturday. Ah- ahain tells us he will complete his four year course In the Kaunas City f uonai article gaing tlie nmiuN meaieai v ouege next term, ms many 01 me tiauy press, ot now one Ul friends wish him success, wire nail sa...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 August 1899

m X I v I V 1 I V V J v - City democrat. ' Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. VjL Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Motroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1891) XO. 18 PROGRAM FOR TO-DAY. Parade Starts from Piersoi PUBLIC LIBRARY OPEN. The Monroe City Public Li- Park at 10 o'clock sharp moves) brary is at Drs. Brown & Ely's: worth on Davis Street to Marion n" a&tt In the Raney & Co. Line, south on Main Street I ewnnaera Stttratng. Misscaiiie to SiimuuM- St.. thence west to , W lute is tUe librarian. The li Chestnut, thence north to Parle. Welcome address Ra gland. Address by HoR. W. W er, Music. Dinner. 1:80 Address by Lloyd. Musk. Address by Hon. I mond, Music Other addresses. 4:00 Sack Races amusements L:jii Balloon Ascension. 8:30 Graud display of Works. by W. T. i Ruck Hon. J. T. M. Rich- and oilier Fire brary ttill be open to-morrow, Friday, afternoon. If you have a ticket you can get some good books...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 August 1899

, Pot good ick npply to .1 XV IHE DEMOCRAT Stephens. Telephone No 74. W. J. ROUSE, l. F. MIX50N, Prof. Erl Caldwell It floating I ON THE FENCE through Saline county this When the Talma ire church Editor When it cornea to script or week. I was destroyed by lire he said: City, Editor plain Job Work the Democrat Major R. B. Bristow itft ' Pct to meet the soul of MONROE CITY, MO. Dr. Homback, Oculist and Anrist. Hannibal. Mo. For delicious tee Cream go to the Christian's Cafe. Major R. then you will leave your nine i ,r;i inlsiness e w Mesdames M. I!, and Price east ten days or two weeks. leads. ( ome, see our samples in,av pOP veW York on le- - HOWARD ELLIOTT. mai organ in neaven. it is a ullrit'l ill...., I 1'iitti n HlftM .. 1.. U. I .-. . I -' l.l.' I IWIII .1 111.1 II III, I II ui iu tin . soul to infidelity. died. Col. Infer- si) died, wrtil in'.-r 1 h. riilirn . rant .. I-.. ..... ,i,n .t..nt thm lnttr nor. ... .... . . ' "'" i i '". me genera , '" l" 1 ' "To a man up a tree, it ...

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

W ft I i n 1 1 n n n n n E n n n B n h n in r; i'i n I I f, I'i n n W i '1 I 1 o M 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. OAI I A tvtt- rrr m I S3 i t'l TOLD BY THE FACE. Physiognomists Can with Much Or taillty Tell a '.W in's Catling gentleman a judge of by His Features. "A man's occupation or con dltion has more to do with male i his tace than urnst peoph thinlc, observed a who is somewhat o character to a Washington Star j writer. "Intellectual pursuits, like the studies of the scholar ly professions, when coupled i with temperate and good moral habits of Ute- brighten the face! and (five the person a refined i and superior look. Magnanim j Ity ol nature or the love of study and art will make a bright, glad face, but. contrary to this, a inau may have a face that docs not please anybody, because of a love of self to the exclusion of others, notwith ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 August 1899

.... n I. L. THE DEMOCRAT " W. J. FOUSE, Editor. R. P. 1HXSON, Ci'y liittr. Terms $i Per Year, j The robber tariff takes mon ey away from Hie people and gives it to tbe favored class. Laws which foster tTUStl ure not In accord with the prfnet pies of our Republic. The Filipinos are not Insur gent but patriots fighting; for their liberty. SHOT TRADUCER. Hopkins vllle, Ky.. July 31. I Some Republican prosperity new trusts and strikes every day. Manhood or capital will rule. fcttartd M the poitoAc ) Monroe CUT. Mil noiirt. 1(0000 ?ls motto r. THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 1899 In 1770 tbe American colonies rebelled against English tyr aunyand by treBsword gained their liberty. Since that time America has slowly but surely Which shall it be? drifting into the Hands ol a lreater tyrant than was King George Liberty is now In as much danger as it was in 177';. Ureed and gold now are almost master, We must fight again for our freedom. The time t begrh the battle is at hand and we must keep fighting unt...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 August 1899

If H u JJ Men's, ffl 91.35 Siloes now 91.50 Shoes now sell i . onoes now sei i ONEY SAVED, i 1 25 Per Cent Off. Women's and Childrens Shoes if If your life Is a happy J: you must make it so. one The broom brigade did good work yesterday. ncss trip to Quincy Tuesday. mules over at Perry yesterday. The public library will be Harry McCllntic was buying open to-morrow. Friday. W. O. Foreman was in Wood land with friends Thursday. J. M. Johnson made a busi- WEDDBD BI.ISS. Miss Rlioada, the accomplish ed daughter of A. B. Mnddox, and Prank Martin of Shiel were united in I ; Miss Grate Sharp is the guest of holy matrimony by of Clarence relatives this week. Ira MelsoYl took a bunch of butcher stuff to Hannibal Mou- A B. Warner took in the Q. se It 5if 92.00 Shoes now sell 93.50 Shoes now sell now sell at., at at.. at. at at. at.. " (ft, V J. HilHU-l LOOIt ill I ..91(00. !('l,ot opening at Quincy X0 i ,1 ., ,. near le bonds 'Sl sire Alexander at the bomi of the brides fa titer at 10:00 a. t...

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

WHEN FATHER WENT A-HSH-ING. I wish that I'd been grandpa's child Thai I could bad tin; joy ( if fUlilng in those good old tiny r; hen father was a boyi For 1 1 ; i the ii-ii grew bigger fa Than they io nowaday! And Hteral'y paekod ihe streams At least) io fathor says. They never caught a tucker then That didn't weigh R ton, And pickerel wero longer thai.- A modern Armstrong gunt Thi y used to yank out halibut iii hundreds from our bays, And shad ran up the banki to blto- At least) so father says. Tli sy never thought of using lai'. To lure the wily trout. They reached n bushel laU -t down And simply dipped then) out. And In about an hour or two They'd Rll up several drays nd sow thorn through the neighbor hood At least so fattier says, ;:v-.,Di". tin y aaught so many Bshi 'Chat 'fare thuir sport was Uirough Tie stream where they were ilihlcg would ( i down a yan . w two, Anl not m i angler failed to come ,i'uv loaded In those days - ii father still pursuesi At least so mother says, ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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