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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 August 1899

Vacation Work "THE NEBRASKA COLORADO EXPRESS"' A NEW TRAIN. On June 4 tit the Burlington Route puts into its passenger service to the West a new fast daily train St. Louis to Denver Seattle will be leaving Eastern Missouri in the afternoon aud early evening, arriving at Denver 6:20 p. m. Offered agents in every next day. One night en route. town to secure subscriptions j Direct via St- J oselh and South ' ern Hcorasua. The Burlington and Rio Grande Routes from the middle Way, the scenic way, tc the Pa cific Coast. to the ffibBgatine "GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.4- Special! commissions and prizes for good v. orders during July and August, Write us for inform rnation that will interest you. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, SPRINGFIELD, ASS- Administrator's Nofice. Reduced One- Way Second Class Rates to the Northwest. Effective at once, the one-way econd class Selling and basing i rates to Portland. Tacotna and as follows: j Prom Council BlufTsand Oma ha, 125.00; Prom St. Joseph. ! 2H.Ko; From Athcison, 128.8...

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. — 24 August 1899

THE DEMOCRAT IpOOQOOOOOOOOCW W. J. FOUSE, Editor. R. F. H1XSON, Gly EdUor. Terms - $i Per Year, BnltMd nt Ibt pOlWIBCt t Monroe CltJTi Mic oiirltM iteona oImi dwtttr. THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 1899 The American flag is suppos ed to be the flag of liberty but i OUr Republican friends are taining it with human blood to force people across to sea t" become subjects of this country. Why? Not to make the L"'ili- ptnOB better but because the plutocracy of tliis country de tnands of the Republican irty as the price to be paid for cam pa inn funds, the making of an e tapir of America. The Fili pinos would be ruled against their will. This is contrary to the constitution uf the United states, but it would aid demon hearted plutocracy to rob the people ol America and more' rapidly gather the wealth Into the bands of the favored few. T Let us give you prices on Paints before you buy. Hon. .1. M. Selbert h being favorably mentioned as the suc cessor tor Hon. Sam B. Cook as chairman of the Missouri Dem...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 August 1899

I New Concern For Neat Fitting, Well Made Tailor Clothes come to me. I will guarantee work in the foturc to be as in the past, the very best. I am now located with J. J, ROGERS and would he pleased to see all of my old Iriends. PETER WERNER. 4 : i (). Hai ry Paries lias the mala- i rial fever. I Shredded nerve food. Wheat Biscuit is a the It is short without shorten- j mg Biireuued wheat Biscuit. ('. M. Sullivan snent the Sab- bath near Palmyra with friends. j The only ready to eat cereal is Shredded Wheat Biscuit. .J. H. Hayden of Salt River, M. B. Turner now reads newsy DEMOCRAT. .1. ... V.., .C- ( 'ar , T'u f made a business trip to Quincy son's new Fall line Ol silk waist prid;iy J patterns. Herinuu Davis, of Hunnewell, It Is a complete nutritive food was a busineas visitor in the t wice cooked Biscuit. Shredded Wheat Westhoff & Carson have the best line of Percals and Prints I in town. I Dr. Geo. L. Turner is rebuild- j lug the sidewalk in front of his business property. Mi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 August 1899

THE DEMOCRAT w. ROUSE. R. F, MIX SON, Editor For good ice go to J. W. Bur- rlitt. Head tin; l;trure ad. of Dr. BVMtY WEEK If you soil Staph Trem Tticy hare it 74-Veir llP DAV ' Kecnrd. Dl'TUft'SKK " rftl i WE PA C A CUI wile for Uninto dny1 M w STAHK NKSt-RV. Louisiana, Mo. DAV Kecnrd. OlTKlTfERE " riien iiook, etc free npcfni-iT Oity, Editor Qoe'n Sanitarium in tliis issue. MONROE CITY, MO. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Anrist, Hannibal, Mo. The "Little Birds" arc .sin? ing a sweet lay. Murray Sandusky is tlie gtiett of liis sister Mrs. T. E, Wins. For delicious Ice Cream go to the Christian's Cafe. For Rood Ili apply to .1. W Stephen. Telephone No. 74. E, C. Long made "a business trip to Hannibal Thursday. Mrs. V. M. Avers, of St. Nouis, has been the guest her niece, Mrs. Louis Nelson Chancy Brack ley, of Shiel. paid this office an appreciated call Thursday. The bolting Democrats of Kentucky name John Young Brown as their nominee for J. Islanders, opposite have decided to ex pend $60,...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 August 1899

1 GEN. HALE CALLS 01 IS A COW ARD HtlpttbllO Special. Denver, Colo., Aug. 10. -According ti) B letter recrived liere to day from Henry Kerr. General Hale's orderly. General qqssji Atil'.NI'S WANTBIl. lor "Tho Lire AikI Ai'lilovemput of Kilmirnl liuwey." tho world's arcatoftt liavul hero. Hy Moral llalatcuil, thu I Mfutoitrj frirtol ittiil uilinifrr of tt nation' lilol, ttlinrvat mill boot lunik: over .VI i imges, HXIU liiciian! nt'tiriv iihi pstrff lifllftouoitluitriitloiii, Dnlyil.tVi, rfnnffriiiUH Ucriiiiiiili nii; oomnila. kinns. mum frif. eiiauuf of ii ilfottmsi Wrlto quk'k. 'flu' IHIIrtlnloll 'otnmnv, .'Inl. Kiuor Citxatiti nrag.! Unlcntu. -73 Bucklen's Arnica Salve. OVERHEARD HAMMOCK. There is one subject always in a woman's mouth her tongue. Some men are so lacking In A woman with an independ ent fortune generally proves to be au independent woman. Summer colds are not unusual but very few save the motor men have the grip 111 this weather. Halo was recalled from the Bring lin...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 August 1899

The Stsu pi of st. Mary's Hospital ! St. Louis Fair, St. Louis, at Qulney have been soliciting aid foi their poor and sick in thla vtolBlty. Buekman Bros, gave them scow. WHST LND NOTES. Mm. Jennie OrahMDi of Chilli rnthfc. la the miest of Mrs. Victoria Dale. . Visn Sadie Hagar la spending a w ek with her sister. Mi -. Jim Tally. at Bhlol. Minn J.illie Huston is visiting her I grandmother In Kumlolph :ounty. .....- - 1 1 . f..tt.-.. Wuiw a nunioer "'"7 V hop, of Favctto, are Visiting Mended the ha'i at Swinkey Tuesday i JaclBon tUgM. home Ol mose praam ... ,. i. i... Frank Hoar will erect .Messrs. r runic u.ir,r. aw . gomery, Win, F.lllott, Reynold! Ha- J '"tf bouse. gar, Leo Hell, . A. Carrloo and; Miss Ines Dooley will teach Able Boannan. Misses Bailie Bell, fall term of eohool here. Bush Hagan, Agnes i'ike ai.d Daley Miss Battle Mtidd will loach McAllieter, They report a pleasant Veager school. Mo., Oc MONEY TO LOAN At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest tober 27, 1899. October 1 to...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 August 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Rails Counties. VOI" 1 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST IT, Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. 1890 NO. 10 StlOftle Kagland sent his son John a 40 pound melon to the reform school at Boonville. Carl Smith, foreman of tin Shelbina Torchlight spent Run day in the city with the bom folk. U. 1). Pratt, :i braketnan, run down and killed by liis .ii";-n- EIGHTH DISTRICT UHMOCRA CY WINS. S" tiOUll Republic Republican orators' of note were imported into the district and the Republican press bell owed loudly, day after day, for tin trnf in ct'in.l in. nmiI :,. ... 1 If l ... vv ..Willi, Mil illlll III- Shackelford's plurality partly do8e Pregdeut McKi.,ly, but estimated 8,000 ., u .. 1890 Bland's p urality.. ..4,851 on n Nona m , . Callaway County set the 1898 Bland's plurality . . ..2.848 i m " was i x" nace bv rolHnir id, enta 0 ?inn train at Bucklin ing. Yi.lay John Utterback spent th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 August 1899

WASN'T I SCARED! season, filstfuty clearly held j Tracy took her leave, escorted j When be reached that shal- A BACHELOR'S REFLECTIONS, bim m his nost at such a time, down tlie stairway by her de-, 0w sheet of water a lit tic lady ! If iirl lahtMalaiiv liiiwil , -.11 Mlm,nmm ft flMMl Or IOi I 1 ........ I. . . . . ... I ' Tn'v'-' wlftt however much his inclination! iignien nosi. in b)oe serge sat jo a bmt ra j bnVx. women would let) the WhlleTiwvar had bat us one litUe might have led hira elsewhere. At Hie door they were met by ; the center thereof, vrfcb an es.- tru&b about tbeir aye. So. with another lingering a spcy orteae straigiu iron,' toe , press or jhiwu jiuwm jum Whaii beau in all mr maidenly life. !. bomehow. vr;- aUv.v afnv.f hoy I , Tho' I realty Aoa't know feared! and when U; Brat slated f lo cb, mamma, but waao'i I Beared. V'c at iu tho parlori one Saturday niglii, The aofa aeemed terribly imall: Ha turned down the lamp till ita ili-k-srlng I iJit Would acarce I Ml...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 August 1899

Vacation Work "THE NEBRASKA COLORADO j Reduced One Way Second Class EXPRESS" A NEW TRAIN. On June itll tlit! Burlington Rates to the Northwest. Effective at owe, the one w.'iv Uouteputs into its passenger second class selling and basing I service to the West 4 new fast daily train St. Louis to Denver Seattle will be as follows: I leaving Basteril Missouri ill tlxe afternoon anl early evening, ftjj S, POULTRY FENCING arriving at Denver &20 p. Hi. Offered agc.it. in every next day. One night en roste. own to secure subscriptions Direct via St Joseph and South 4 .( . ..-i-kT- er" Nebraska, to the macrazine "GOOD ,t,,, . . The Burtineton and o .lCCLldi i . i i , .1 ill r ursRae aoaces irom u 'no e commissions and prizes for way, tlie scenic way, to the Pa- good workers during July and c'"c Coast. From Council Bluffs and Oma ha, sf.iT) Oi t: From St. Joseph, $29. gj. prom Athclson, 128.85) From Leavenworth, 928.86; From Kansas City, $28.85 i 'Front St. Paul and Mianeapolis $25.00, Is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 August 1899

i LEVI'S CASH CLTOHII STORE. ALL READY FOR SCHOOL, 6t i viiiUiiuiiiuiinniiiiiiauiiiUiiiiiiUiUiUiininuuiiiiauiiiiii I Plunged in Every lady who has a boy should come and set our Boy's Clothing, no Boasting cr Bragging, but the Actual Truth, We have the Largest Assortment of Boy s and Children s Clothing Town, every stitch and seam is true and firm, the fabric strong and of -a color that wont soil easily. These suits are put together for the rough' s est kind of wear, you might pay a dollar cr two more elsewhere, for Clothingnot as good. Cur Styles and Prices please Everybody, IN Down ward! 1 LEVY'S CASH CLOTHING STORE. 1 THE DEMOCRAT W, J. ROUSE, Editor, R, F. HIXSON, Ci-y Edits-. Terms St Per Year, 1 .:? i kt th fMMaflb Dt Mmiroe City, Mia MNHriUfttMtQIKI olWl mutter. THTJUSDAY, AUG. 31, 1899 Plutocracy is working through the McKinley admin is tration to shoot the spirit of in dependence out of tin: FHippi Ros ami to crush independence n t lie American breast. THE MARION COUNTY INST...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 August 1899

!1 U St !f XTl? WT A XTT VATTU 10 iM u f :s FALL BUSINESS. lie 10 f NEW FALL GOODS NOW ARRIVING J 1 (jj) Wc cordially invite every person in Monroe City f( ' j Ml and vicinity to visit our store and inspect our stock, h H If Come whether you wish to buy or not and inspect (1 ,1 :tnrW from w!-i!.-k i?r i -i.-, m il,. A J. t rrtt " j vw Mil III . IWTHUIflWUI U iiiuota 111 0 f Dress (roods, Domes! ics, ii Novelties, SB Hosiery, jjr Gloves, j Laces, H Hats, ii Let us Pamts 6 55 ft) Clothimr, Silks, Notions.!! Underwear, 0 Linens, S5 Ribbons, k jj Shoes, ( Cups, Trunks, v 1 v ,cav"Foa) ( Mass ware, And t lie Best Selected Stock of Groc is ( I Sewing Machines,?? Queensware, flf cries in Town. Yours for Busines, In an otlier column you will iind a cute poem. Ira M'.'lson waa a business visitor in Hannibal Monday. n lift Ii i give you prices on before you buy, Le us fill your Prescriptions Our Prescription', Department is equal to any in the state( Our Drugs are new, fresh and clean, Let us...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 August 1899

HIE DEMOCRAT w. ROU5B, K. r. HIXSON, Bdrtor City i Editor MONROFJ CITY. MO. Por good leu ijo to J. w. Hur din. Dr Mnrnback. Ociilwt Auriat, lliiiiiiiii.il. Mo, Hon. A l! Warner spent Prl day in Qnliicy, For delicious Ice Cream ro ii the Christian's 'ti fe. Farm Loans at 6 Percent. v- linee prepared ii loan miiium of 4(11.000 or more on Rood i" proved farms In Monroe Coontj hi . per cent Interest with small rommlsslon or per on! wHIi out roiumlsslou. J. A. MELSON & CO. Monroe City, Mo. p KIND pair of spectacles, nlcklc Buggies, Surreys and Road Wagons, Wl ! vi mv wi lltl' I nmil in l iii ii i , n lr-i ,1 ( , I f'ACl-l if fill Uk ii'r,,c,XJ" VjAi3n M AUK Nl fcf ! M . 1 lUSi Ma Aaron Boulwnte made u imsi ness trip to Pnlmyrti Prldny, Mis May Proctor is visiting Palmyra relatives this week. i '.H' "in mI ICR niii i -1 Htepliens. Telephone Mo " t : . v Kendei , o( II imneweH, w.i i ;i Isltor in i lie Ity Batur day. Hhorlle llnRlnnd, son Rob nnd dnuuliter, Miss Prnncls, are visiting J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 August 1899

KNOrKHI.) OUT, Thu but huIvo in tlw world foV Into nhNTN wantnii Cor T -ifB Ami! Bucklcn's Arnica Salve, Ai 1 1 ic 1 1 wont "i mini 1 1 it i liwiy," i in wuriii'ii llKkl I,.,,,. Ill ,lt,l II , I l I'll I I III I'll l I nun In i 1.1. I i . i i ill ... ii.. i I IVntllvIM I i 11 H I II IV III ' 1 1 II hi ' 'mi I I MUM llll'l Milllll HI HI I 111' 11,11 Mill i'ii'ii , . . , . IMRRlnl iiml toll tltmkl nvtil pOOII, nX Hi Ht'iilnm, Mohih, I ' Ii'ui h, Suit. Uln-nin rrv oW WOPilN Winn Ueil im in miifTy im iiniii'i liiilfliiiiu Hlnilriilloiii t i,',,. ,,,. m, ,,.,, Tntim- I'ha i i,,..,.i ,, , Huh ii m rin.i Mi'ni ii mil IM minimis. r,IV0P B,,PUP , , 1 1 1 1, 1 1 hiinihi nut l hi 1 . 1 3- el MllCOHl UIMI -i""- niiiMi i I'linniM hi ii llliitiiiifii U'llllhlnlnii CONIO, ami nil skin i 1 i 1 , 1 , ' l , i i inn ihiimimiimi miiii,i,y, urn. i iii' i iii i ii n ,i 1 1 slavery I" 1111 1 ' 1 1 ' ni'ii I'nionao lltn, Til (M tilth iruSHttitua ul tin- 1 m , i.Mi ....... i.... Tim "(O.i Mn" of tlw T kill ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 August 1899

THE RACKET. p p New 'I'll i II U n I" 1 his week VVu Hire MiiAwtiy 'Ml I.INI.IIV. H Alton uini viui.il hatnai ll.w, i.;h, i.'j'., n and "ft down to 'A wnu :., i. lirtti IfNidi srrlvlna. i Italian". Mwxm end I iu U UK, All, I Mid Mo J l mi' line Ol lllllWl M Jul "" IhlliH for it ni full dw. i hlldruti'i v.-iiv Suits l ,40 worth kc'.iiu. ltd) a piwo shUh ifto, s.oo, i.wi, I Mi, l lift down Ui ""' Iliy' itlHiHH) NulU Iiiui .ii lofi.MI, Muii'm wool and nil wool I'enu ;i .',ii down lol.'Jft. 'j'lw IkwI wenrhiM 'ordororj I'anl ,iui. u Mi'ii'i W.tH'. H". .h l.'.V i lill ilivu'i i MIUhIi)I .lam i ; t lit i H.CU worth 1,3ft, GROCERIES. ,". mill oil I "'. lulu good Uriah i Mutrikv u.ou. i.hiih- ItoiMti'd 'offou lou lh. Hhtt'dud W h.-nt IiuIm, Si IMcb 2.V. H II. ir, i .li .1 I. nun ill , Sim . stnnii ; ilea. Jullju CllltHHMM '.V I'lU'll. UlniiTuiiilihrii eauli. i'i. i..a uooiIh for H"' luiwl mooc) S, CHRISTIAN. HATCH lOTS. Vi uotloii in the I lunltlhnl ( nurlcr Hi I lllftl Ml lOW Hard) . "I Hh...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 September 1899

. trie M0NR0ECITY DEMOCRAT. S ;,,, ,,',, Devoted ft Z Mere,,, cf Mmim, Mne anis "7L. TPT ?OL- 12 MONHOK CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, 8EPTBMBKR 7 1899 IfO. 20 VAKIiWIil I. ro THE HOLIDAYS. Thomas and Miss Jennie Daw son entertained thehr school mutes .it ( iu ir country home h'rlduy evening, As n general thing wlien school mates are thinking ' breaking up and scattering to the four winds t n attend the ( lolleges if thin and other slates they have several parties, The one given Friday evening was exceedingly pleas mi and devoted to music, gamed ami swapping experi ences as well as enjoying Ices .mil oilier delicacies. The coterie of friends was compimed of iMiNiiei HSIeanor Scott, Olivia Brown, Juliet Jackson, Gertrude McOall, Al lie Megowu, Maud McOllntlc, Lhsslo Arnold and Ro.il e Smith and Messrs 12. J. Alexander, Kunis Tooley, Alexia Melson, .lames ftorubnek, Harry Jack son. Uurvy Gray, Thomas Me Cllntic, Claud Henderson, leoi ge Hampton, J. I). Utter bach and VV. D. Bannister. Th r...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 September 1899

I I HOKOUGH BREL), ;':. thoroughbred oolt to the blown RM led, ,,ii)l In' lifted bin royuJ. i'.iii!. !','." WOtlOMW r;i '-') hii llMDttMn1 high, V'id nslii to tii-- loafora ajMiditig byi VII in u?- be (old, iiinJ till i Ihslaati I 'i u trifle thin, but Uity aay be'e -J I gttoai he'll wiii U: timii-. wliikt will he brlngV jvc u it old to atari tin' thing!" Tb boys had gone but :t few ' Didn't say you wen-.'' Char- sups when Berl asked, a little He declared a little hastily. anxiously: It' strange- where the knife "YOU took good can- of HI ent lo- though." sie's knife, didn't you, John? I John, could not deny tins forgot it. ' neltbe could be forces quarrel John nodded. "I didn't lend' Pn bw achoolmate. Yet be it In n soul and I nut it careful- Painty saw tbat suspicion was ly away in my dean before school was out." The forenoon before Mr. Mil ler had celled at the school- I house and sent his son on an going; the bidding i- low . ... , .... ... , ,. . , i .1 ,,. 11 1 r i i nuu dvi v ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 September 1899

mi I 1flTTl' TEACHERS INSTITUTE, Eleven of the teachers enroll oil at the institute were not an itlicattts for certificates, need go down in your own pock ets and give to her, but don't take the children's money and q j use it for the purpose. It is a Reduced One Way Second Rates to the Northwest. Class! M. K, S. POULTRY FENCING to Effective at once, the one way I .1 .. .... I : . I I ! -l (Mill . Iiinn I I I 1 1 rj Mil Mill' great wrong. rates to Portland, Tacomaand I am (( I ad that our Institute Seattle will he as follows: work of the past two weeks has . - 1- A I caused so inticn comment From Council KlufTsand Otna tin- otltcM's seventeen failed receive any certificate. Only live teachers entered or examination for first umde . i vv i .lirlo h1 11 Whenever the people wake up It. N. Lovelace Dora Fletcher d begin to talk excitedly it is 28.05 From Athclson, lii...,i,i,. fi.,n an.i Pin x, a Sign of the dawn of better From ha. fc.25.00i From St. Joseph, ts thoroughly inicrwoven hut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 September 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. Pi HIXSON. City Editsr. Miss da Tuly urdny from her 1 in Arkansas n't urm-d summer Sat .t n 11 1 .1. P. Patton's family spent (In- tl.rst ol tli" Week in Shtlbt ii4 with relatives. Terms $i IVr Year, J uurcil nt (ho poilnffiN t 1NKH ( iiv, homtI. U IfOMQ I'lUHft manor. Miss Paunte Bledsot lvr&. is tin- curst of m woman. Miss Ualle IT White if lKal Wins IllttJ THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1800 ('has. Nix ami wife, ol I'til myra, spent Sunday In the city with their brother in-law, Chris. I i escher. Prank Tipton-, Hns gonial vounu Bditor i the Btoutsvtlle iJnnner, waa here Tuesday, our Republican Irieads undei LtohL. Ova a ton was the truest the leadership ol Mark Manila's of n special friend at Gallatin organ, The Olobe-Btemocrat, Tuesday. Wednesday he wrote. thought th.' result of thcelec tion of the successor of the In men tod Miami would be a tesl ol public sentinteat. As the election resulted so disastrous- The Ralls County CVrcull y to the Republic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 September 1899

J, H. Johnson is now ;i reader of the Dkmochat, Many thanks, Jo to Rogers for Scliool Shoes. A. li. (Ireeil made a business trip tu Hannibal Friday. Look at Rogers womeus shoes lor $1.00. Hen Hand ley was attending to business in Palmyra Monday. The Best 1.50 women's shoes in town at Rogers. LOST. Log chain near H. & St. Joe depot. Return to E, L. Ander son. Jambs McGlothlin. Sain'l Christian spent the I first of the week in the Future j Great purchasing a large line I of goods for the Racket Store. ! v Don't forget to go to "The Drug Store" first door south of the Post Office. Geo. H. Anderson, of Qoss, was in the city on business Mond aj'. Isaac Holler, a leading stockman of Palmyra, was in the city Monday with friends. Miss May McAllister has dropped the yard stick to at tend school. Thomas Yates, A. Boulware and Tip McClintic were in Chi cago the first of the week'. Hon. W. S. McClintic was looking after his affairs in the City of Flowers Monday. Jesse Ogle, of near Spalding...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 September 1899

T II E DEMOCRAT w. rouse, K. P. HIXSON, Editor City. Editor Fan Loans at 6 Per Cent. WE PAV hrcnrd P A CUI Wlic for thciii t" li y BVBRV WBBK il von noil PT.vp.KTnrr, TIio) have n 74-Ver IVp PAV O, UI'TI'IT rBKK - " " " Fhi it ijoi.k. i tc free CPCICWT SI ARK NUM5BRV, I.ormAKA, Mo. W. E. Watson Unci W. T. Rag MONROE CITY. MO. For good Ice ditt. Dr. HorobaCk, Aurlst, Hannibal. Wo linv prepared to loan huiiih a4 alt 1 ikikJk MSB BMMtSM it il till ... land will sell at public sale at proved farms In Monroe County1 , " " I at A per cent interest with small tneirinrraii nines noruiwesi go to J. W. Rur- eommlMlon, or per cent with Stoutsville, on Friday. Bept. out eonuniuton. tn, tlielr partnership property sn nit n nn consisting of horses, cattle. J. A. MELSON & CO, heep, hogs and farm imple- Monroe City, Mo. "1Lllts- Buggies, Surreys and Road Wagons, Just received a Car Load of the Beat and Cheapest Jno. .1. Rogers has purchased a fancy roadster of Karl Clark. Oculist Mo. and .1. Ar...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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