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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 September 1899

THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL campaign of i9oo. Tho pot Idea of the great pollMeal iaiktua arc now loin formed uud the Mndldatos dUaiiiacd. The voice of the people m recorded py ballot at tlic Hpproaehlag PrcaldenUal election will probably decide Ui policy of the tint ion lor the next dec add Bvor) cltln ii mitat atudy the great question! j 'hat are to come before the people. Thin can o ily Ije done through the ttjcium orn great newspaper. Now Direct via St. Joseph and South ie the time therefore, for every voter I ern Nebraska t: 8nliscril:e for U),. Ix sj and moil rr- ' liable newspaper obtainable. The I " 'l( Burlington ,- if -.1.1.. . i i , . . . .... iwiii.-nwuj iwpunuc covers the, i"e iioutes irom me middle 25.00. wnoie ueio oi poiiti.-ai nnvS. While; way. the scenic way, to the Pa v .ii muwiraui'. n illin iyuh LilQ news rjjfj ju regard t ail political parties with out prej lu I loo. It tol uiraplilo anil Reduced One v. ,t . s, , Rates to the Ni nhwe.v " I HE NEBRASKA COI ORADO EXPRE...

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. — 28 September 1899

. THE DEMOCRAT NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS. W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, Gty Editor. Terms - - - - i Per Year, ', ittftd Wtt imtuWtl l Monroe City. Mil MUrifM tOOOna cla matter. THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1899 will be at the following UNEXPECTED. Again Dewey has done the expected. The Olympla bear ing Dewey arrived off Bandy Hook at G o'clock Tuesday morning while those who were Waiting to welcome lilt!) slum Mav the lime speedily come When the masses will rule In America. They ..l mm t I,., f..l iou-mcr lilies i""w"' v ' Z u i ,ur I berel and slept and once more for the purpose of Collecting" 1 .!, , i ..ui, Sampson waa miles away ob taxes. I will also have with i i T, r, . m n I, n. llvlous of the arrival of the me t ie Bach Tax Books, as -.-..i .;.i 4-, 11 INI I I It I 1111 , U 111 II il Will I ft nil , ' that there are back taxes due aiTain I mnnv who da not know J never thev are delinquent. I will take p . m will rule so long as the reins of jjt as a favor if every tax payer government...

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. — 28 September 1899

1 I AH Is Well That Ends Well, So it is with BOOTS AND SHOES, th:y always end well, for wc sell nothing but the Dependable and good wearing kind, at Prices that no concern in this county can duplicate. Our line of Ladies and Men's Fine Shoes is without doubt the finest line ever shown in this city. All the very newest styles in toes in Tan and Black. A look through our immense stock will convince you that we are the money savers on shoes. We will be glad to see you, A. Boulware & Son. t ! . - rrHi BtfC 13. ml ware's H ot. Miss Oiivia Brown spent Sat urday willi Palmyra friends. Stock at the Melson & West sale brought good prices. The best school shoes at low i'st nrices. st styles in Ladies shoes ' . New Hoi i-v auk's SHOE STOKE Miss Li.z;e Arnold was with Palmyra friends Saturday. The best 11.50 Pants in the market at Rogers. The four business buildings and one religious building on Main Street are being pushed. D n't forgit us on Underwear big stock little prices ROGERS. M...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 September 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. , ROUSE. - Editor it. F, HIXSON, - City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. Fur good ice go to 1?l,r" ditt. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurlst, Hannibal, M'. For delicious Ice Cream go to tlie Christian's Cafe. l?or good ICB apply to -i W Stephens. Telephone Mo 7 . Mesdume J. R. Green and Nannie Ford attended tlie asso elation at Palmyra Tliuraday. For a e;ood Luncheon or First Class Meal the place to find it is at Christiana. Mrs. L. F. Nelson was shop ' ltti(f in the Gem City Friday and Saturday. Dr. Sprinkle, ol Huunewell, I was attending to business In the city Frida v. Uncle Joseph Mayes says that a Woods china egg will not hatch China men. Don't forget to go to "The Drug store" first door south of the Post Office. Fan Loans at 6 Per Ceil. W t have prepared to loan sums (f IRI.OOO or more on good lm- iro-ii farms In Monroe county nt ." per cent intercut With smell commission or 0 percent with out commission. J. A. KELSON A CO, I Monroe City, Mo. ft For job print ingof all ki...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 September 1899

3f fin ML MOFFETTS S TeETMNA R-v flow Bi ;hop Jo;. S- Kiy Wrote: "Wc nave vmir Tcctlilna nvctiiiiDi Hitr,lers)4v our little gran Icliil.l with tin' happiest ro stiln The elfoCta wore ulino-i IKAtflcal and cortalnlv mure Nittijifictnry lliun bujUiIhk wsj Bucklen's Arnica Salve, Cosoiily 25 Cents, to your Prri-.f. far it. l,u25T C. J. MOPFETT, M. D St, Louis, Mo. Our lipu!ir DrjRitist TUSN3R KUQCO. K;-p IBBTHINA, S.--- Then. hnrOO.71 yr. record, lanrrM annual snlo, lilKhQU&lltjr (notlilgli brlcs): I mo miM direct, emu n to ...a apt not fruit l:uou n. :.ft6 million 1- and 2-yr. ! Write) II. l'.nnkll!-, fil ( ITOnere.i Nursery. i'.W ncrc.-i On liar.lt. niV rDlrfir S27. Dox mid tines: five, ijarat.tee safe rrivi:l.Klii: T?v Drt I I lt.M7li I cately,rvcn t China, IVrii, Eurplie, Australia, our best curtorni m are tin rc vl ' iuvo Oecrinn rjtnrK I rrc. la-uanoi trying tngai an woenn, C IflLfrV i.oi im.im, mo. tvoucnio tiie nil weean. Wo an; 1:1 tnc Inincry l.u-incs.-i tint jairXAS Vans...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 September 1899

J n IT- 5 8 k Let us give you prices on Paints before you buy Lef us fill your Prescriptions Our Prescription : Department is equal to any in the state Our Drugs are new, fresh and clean, Let us buy your second hand School Books and sell you new ones, Let us have yor trade, we will sell you the best jp to date goods for the least Money, Let us see you at THE DRUG STORE RANEY k SAUNDERS, Props. FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF P. O. X MONEY TO LOAN At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest On good Missouri farms, with partial payment privileges at any Interest pay day. Rate of interest regulated Recording to value of security offered. We also loan money on desirable city proper ty at reasonable rates. Call on or address with stamp for reply. JOHNSON & DAVENPORT, Monroe City, Mo. a; a; I FOR I J Hay, Feed, Coal and Wood 1 1 I GO TO E A, H GREEN, I 1 . r- lirn Mil SiatAc f - . , " . v'a., X iJJ WM01llllllltl WMHMl;tHtl)M 1 , II Great Bargains! I : In WALL PAPER will be found at the 5J Turner Drug Com...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 October 1899

Monroe City democrat. Democrat Piiniing Co., Publishers VOL. VI Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Mwoe and Ralls Counties. Snlscriplhn, $1.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1890 NO. 24 It I Ice Proper-y For Sale. WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON TIEITTIR.SIDJL"', OCTOBER 12, 1899. 88 acres of ground on Bait Cleaveland St.. Monroe City, Mo. in i, 3, s or lo a:re lots t t.'ie highest bidder. Now is your time to se cure a plat of ground for a pretty home. Every foot of this ground is high anil l ry ; I there Is nothing in the city to surpass it for building site-?. Tk city is forging to the front. Its r jllgl as facilities are u is i . i ; d as each d m imination h is a go )il house of worship and a pastor. The Public and High Schools are equal to auy in the state The social advantages, Mice the religious and edncational are the very best. The present buildings, church, business and residence show conclusively that no tow North Missouri Inputting as many bard ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 October 1899

SLIPPING AWAY. Mine T.I y SKI rtli;ili:i .IW.iy Hlft yooft) Ulw ft la if u ti i oofmot eiHt: W'i'h trvi.T a break in Uioir rapid low. Wo wat :li Own ti otx by nj tlwjf s Into Uk beautiful punt. A silent ami HWlfl St th i weaver' thread , fr un arrow'a flying (fleam, ,-.n m tli" latijfuorew bnwi'hM That the wlllow'a gwuiin Ma, And riiiu the Rlaicy treats. A i breath f thutl g;bt an th down. Am fond in lover's A nam, As pure us Uu flush of the sea'shll throat, As Hwtiut at tiio woodblrd'a wool) So tundur and swoet th.-y toon). l': after sooth or thorn pa Down tiny lighted stair; Wo hmr tii sound of their Iread In the tepi of centuries ton dead, As buautiful and o-- fair. only a few years left t There ui Ue, Shall we watte tbem In Idle tUdl Shall tve trample under our ruthle Those ii i itiful blossom, fair ai swe 1 Ih the dusty ways of llfoV Tin only a few wift years nl Mo onvfout taunt bo hoard; Make life's fair pattern of rare -x"i kad Mil up tho pattern wi'.a love' tweet wine, Uul u...

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

I 1 1 Hi GREAT PRESIDENTIAL i "THE NEBRASKA COLORADO v""u " ,wv" I EXPRESS- A NEW TRAIN rh pallets! of Um Brest political! . pnrtiei nee no being formed ml the i OoJow 4th tl.e Burlington candidate diieitwcd. Tin voice at Route puis Into Us passenger tiw people am recorded iw aiiot at service to the Went a new Reduced One Way Second Class Rates to the Northwest. recorded iiy ballot Ok I service to the West a th appi-o&ciilnir ProiMentlal election daily train St. Louis to Denver will probably decide Um pojicy of the Easl,.ra Missouri in the nation for the next decade. Every . , uiieruoon and eartv evening, Effective Btonce, the one-way second class selling and basing fast rates to Portland, Tacomaand Seattle will he ;is follows? ultimn inn... KinHv flu rrfsifti ruwwtiniiM i hat are to come before the people. arriving at Denver 0:20 p. m. Thl can only be done Unwugfa the Httt day. One night en route, medium of . groat newspaper. Row Direct via St. Joseph and South i the time there...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 October 1899

TUB DEMOCRAT W, J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, Ci(7 EJi-cr. Verms .i Per Year, I itsrcl nt tho potiolBcv at Monroe Ctly, Ma Mttrli n ""iWM lilWWl muUi-r. THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1899 AM per i i. w 'i dur mg een turie i the ( i t have dared (" oppose unjust rulers and t stand up for unman liberty ; i I hum, in rights, have been re garde l as patriots by all the people (except the unjust raters and their blind follower). I' is so today in America. Mc Klnlcy, iii- vulture follow-lug , whici f.-1 t. fattens an I grow rich on the misery ar. i ml for In i McKinley rule bring 1 1 h in i s-, -, an I IllH blind, pre judiced I dlo vers, are now heaping abuse upon those wh stand for litnnanil v M trie I! anna & Co. claim thai they are going to "reform" tin currency am! how do yon thinl they propose to do It. The1 propose to substitute for ;t nor. interest hearing debt, bonds oi which til-- people must pay in terest ami they a-lso propose t change tin" contract of a t lions an 1 million dollars ...

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

s 51 fSelz" Boots. I M Hi I t 1 i i j ! I g These arc flic two best WCAfiog linrr, of boots, and woe con sell them to you for leu than an Eastern made boot. Wear Gi:s:ck: or ScUbaa: tWcn you will wca. (lie beat. i Mrs. Miiry Rouse, of Eliltitie- ui ii, cants down Tuesday to visit relatives. ('. V. I In uuu r ami wife, of I i.iy. nave gone io NCDrasita on J la visit ami lo look at tin conn- t try, S ! Mrs. 10. C. Smith, oi Missoula, j Moai.. is visiting i he fnmily "i 1 II Donley. l :1 n in 0K: Hlttrar OH A. Boulware& Son. llrlggs Med calf is attending .'. It Anderson made n bust in business In l.misi.ma. ticss trip to llethel Monday. John I ll .r ;. oi Slit lUina, was Dr Pallas, oi H mine well, w as a hualneHH visitor In llic. city yeaterda v. i inii forget t lie big stock salr at li. V. Sullivan's at the ' sunt ii line oi tin' city, )ci. loth. Col. l, K. l.".ir. wife and' ft Master Walter left Haturday if : r.... i.' i ; i ., .. i. i 1 1 1 1 ii ,i ii mi n i 1 1 n hciv i hi j to...

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

rl II K DEMOCRAT y. P0H5H. I. I . IIIX.SON, MONROE 01TY, MO. I 'm good lea n" t .1. W. Bur Dr. lio nbwt If. Aurlst. Hannibal, ffot ilelh lou . Ice Ireatn t Hi 'in i-i nui's !afe. V VY. I .'Milium v Mild Wife Were Qulncy visitors Friday. I tii- good 10 14 uil.v vv Mtt'ltlM'UN 1 eleplioiifl No 74. James 'I IJmstaltd, ol Paris, Uarin T nano of C Pop f!nnt 8 1 dim UUUUO Ul U 1U1 VPUl' Editor i We hove prepnred to lonn aoma y City, Editor f 000 of morn on gord im proved i n hi . in Monroe county hi. n per cent Intereat with hhihII eonmilasloiii of (i percent witii i nut commission J. A. MKLSOK & CO, I Monroe Ciy, Mo 1 $ 8 a Oculist ami Mo. for Hi' best Ice (Irr.llll Soda to to 'hrlsl nln's dale. to cum k a COLD InOMlfaT, mlm i.rivK Hunan QCINIKD Tahuih. .Ml li ii'ull" M fnn.l Hi.' im. in ) If II l.tlln In1 ctirn V- W i.i i.vi'i. xluiiiiliin mi I'Vrr)' boi u! Tlie place ii And i In- largest, Hill Thursday In the city with in oh I carefully delected stork of I ricuds. Por . good i lUii...

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. — 5 October 1899

1 ffl ML HOFFETT'S 1 ftr .(I ff rn-(: 13 M Hi a A II 'v ( H Bl.'tnpl in S Kiy Wrn'i'i ' K' gayo your Ti'tiUitna I i llil'.ii pnWili'M to mir littli until ichll i wiiii tin- iiMiiii i ro- ; liiritftt'Hl ii i I Carta! ni mora BrUlgOB BMJI -Hll-l i c i t rill ,n. IIiIIIK w .. r in- I MM US . . Ill r.A' .Jr.. f Ja V II, .''tin ', rUKW; S. ) 11" V " ' A r" OHt Mllv M flmta Rut nana IV.'I.- nrlt H-riot ht tr arwnlntai ...,.... . - ,. . .. i i:. ..., f JiiMrAlTT K,1 It Pi I . . . , j. ravt ro l i sni i.,, ou mbihsi ivhii or I'ii, .1,. Ornfffitt TURN&R "I o i. k p I BOTH W n. s fBi . Bucklcn's Arnica Till! bout, HftlVl c, I)H()WN & ELY Ut MT. JII(J T11I1C TAISLK. dv",v T1,1 f0' C!,,u PHY8I IAN andSURGfONS, M Uloera, Suit Rhenm i Pnvor Sores, Totter, chappad hand Monroe City. Missouri Chilblains, Cornn, aim! nil Skin Oflleo evor nancy A lansdaN Dreg Stem. RrupUoiii and pontlvely ouroi Pile Br. MrmakmaitncMttroi Hjro, Kr anil or uo pay required. it la guaranteed 8km ,"'"',""!M lo ytvo...

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. — 5 October 1899

K6iHK00KKKHXKHXHKKKHKXK X MONEY TO LOAN At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest Let us give you prices on Paints before you buy LeT us fill ycur Prescriptions Our Prescription Department is equal to any in the state, Our Drugs are new, fresh and clean, Let us buy your second hand School Books and sell you new ones, Let us have yor trade, we will sell you the best jp to date goods for the least Money. Let us see you at STORE M9 1 fa1 On (food Missouri farms, with partial payment privileges at any Interest pay day. Rate of interest regulated according to value If f security offered. We also loan money on desirable cftv proper ty at reasonable rates. Call on or address with stamp forreply. JS JOHNSON & DAVENPORT, Monroe City, Mo. 0 8 ark "l 0 H g $ I n I f JEWELRY STORE. j: n Si! 0 ft iaj u 6 I have moved into the room formerly occu-' pied by R. M. Walker, west of Monroe City Bank, I Carry a nice stock and ask for your watch and clock rcpa'ring, R, Q, BALLARD. C n n n n n R (3 THE DRUG...

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. — 12 October 1899

c MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publisher o. Devoted to the Interests f Morion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, fl.oo Per Tern, VOL. 1 2 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1899 NO. 25 SPOILSMEN HAVE GOT HIM. The Republic has received from the postmaster of a email coast town in Alabama an ex tremely interesting circular, identical in form and contents with one sent from Washington by its staff correspondent and printed in the news columns Friday morning. The circular has been sent by the managers of the Republican campaign in Ohio, detranding contributions to save the party from defeat The one we have received from the obscure town in quea tion strengthens the assertion already made in these columns that a similar instrument of blackmail has been sent to every postmaster in the coun try. 'PI,.. Van. V-l, Timo n( Tuesday gave extracts from a similar circular which it stated was sent it by a postmaster in Kansas, end the New York livening Post of the f...

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. — 12 October 1899

T IE BOY BEHIND THE MAN. at tin- man bcnlnu If it hIiouIiI happen that, yon sentiment aside and yield to the 'affair of state, but a union of ed and tell him all the news of wishes of liis people ami. marry, two fondly loving hearts. Aiid yur lodge. 'iv. .-..mpni hi ;.Mi:im-.' with a " his life I oiiif the people won. Tlwre la l MMic tot tlio ma wnu V . . ' . .,, .i-., dKL 1,1..., ia1t Un-rod lm h'u and dreama t he ttnglisii people nepropose-i ............ Wuth) Um- l.niM.y little Hunhc-.un oaths t() lMe duke of Lancaster that en so cold a suitor had been w:ii ii -1 i . us mid yl.-rt.n-: jje ,r;ve him tine of liis dnugh transformed into such a foving T t-la gladiwaa In Uie i " angry The duke was oleased It h u s ba n d. Lydia K'.ngsmill average ad vane of Til) per' cent ;h labor's ihc bs Jf cbnstorrip tioh. -Qficouise. labor is1 better : .... ... .... l.i. I t I, M urn i.i- iii , ,,.';,.;, .neoftltd b-rt..t.v would advance Ins plans. .:ii!lM- icndrt .-k trlutnjili to hi uul. lliu yi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 October 1899

THE CHEAT I'Ol KM ,1 V 1 I r "-Jiui.n I I'M. " I ML M PUD ACI1 rMMUllinl mr,uu" r EXPRESS" A NEW TRAIN I'lio policies of the great political On l.,n ifrh lk n II parties are now being formed and the n June " tI,e Hmgton candidate disniHiiod. The voire of J4()Ute puts into Its passenger the people ivh n-corjV'd py ballot at service to the West a new fust the approaching Presidential election daily train St. Louis to Denver will probably deride the policy ,.f the leaving Eastern Missouri In M,. evening, arriving at Denver 6:20 p. in. day. unenigliten route. I FOR CALIFORNIA TOURISTS. Route has w ui. imui i .i v .. f . nu call v Million for the uitisen must study the great questions that are to come before the people. This can only lie done through th.. medium of a great newspaper, Now ; Direct viaSt. Joseph and South ih me time therefore, for every voter ! ern NrtfraiSa. to Hiiliu.'fili.. r.... ,.. l 4 i . ' Vjl ,,,, nllu muti(, ru. liable newnpaiter .obtainable. The SetobWeekly Repub...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 October 1899

" "" a , 1 - i mmmm r saw .. THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. P. HIXSON, Gr E4ior. Terms - - - - Si Per Year, Britiirt't at tU wiKillW at Monroe OltftMIl iurl. MOOM M mutter. THURSDAY, OCT. 14,1899 The money clique now has the power to corner gold arid thus make the volume of money in circulation. such an amount as will strilfe down the prosper ity of the mass but ,-at the same time make the fold clique more pro-tperois. If tbey have that power iidw; aid they do not deny it. then with the (fold standard and national banks is suing our paper money, the people will be at the mercy of the (fold sharks. It is. time for the people to arouse and once tight for their rights. Now we-' can tight with the ballot. Doubtless the Democrat and Republican ;parties will declare against the trusts, lucre win be one difference, however, the Democrats will mean what they say and our Republican friends will only declare against trusts in order to get votes. Don't be fooled. America should no longer...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 October 1899

Bou I ware's Shoe Store. SHOE PRICES. 2. SO. any .no. Id Its' Turned, Kid Lace Shoes. Vesting Top Ladies Kid Lace and Button Shoes, equal to two dollar shoe in town, our price $1 Ladies Kid Shoes, same as other merchants charge 1.50 and 1.75. our price 1.25. Ladies' Oil 1(1 all) Button Shoes fl.00. Ladies' Kartgaroo Shoes 1.25. Men's Vici Kid Shoes, equal to any 2.50 shoe, our price ' 2.00 Men's Box Calf Shoes, regular 2.50 value, 2.00. Men's Calf Lined Shoes, regular 2.75 yalue, 2.00. The Best Men's Shoe in town for 1:00, and t.50. The Best 1.50 Men's Boot in the World. Boy's Shoes 1.00 fl.Stapd fl.ty). Pull Line of Giesecke'and Sell Boots. See us before you buy your footwear, money savers in BOOTS AND SHOES. : James Dooley. of Stoutsville, was In the city on business Sat urday. All services of Ue First Bap tist Church are now b I held in the Owen Hall. jeing we are the A- Boulware & Son. f t open this af- 1 ' 1 Public Library ternoon. ' ' Misses Nevins are attending the Street...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 October 1899

ri ii !: dkmocr r i Farm Loans at 6 Per Cent. : . . ROU5E, - HtJitor . I. . i iitiit i i i I lik lit tlk MlltllM R I HIX50N, - City. Editor , of OOO r more on gonu "- nrovcil fiirniH In Mimrix 'mini) " MON ROE CITY. MO. J"A 1 I 4 Will mrtr iwn p r ' m w ' ' out coiiiiiiInhIom For g il n e go to .1. W Km (lilt Alex Grady made n business vi-. ; t i Jefferson City Saturday. Dr Hombnck, Oculist and Amist. Hannibal, Mo. J. 1. MELSON & CO, Monroe City, Mo. For ine best tee Cream Soda UO to Christain's Cale. Por delicious Ice Cream go to Mil C'lrUnan's Cafe. TO CURE A COLDInOnoUlY . , .v. (.-.' llltnilii lllflVIKI' I l III kU Dr W. T, Kitledgc to ik In AltdrntKUUirontttil the money Iflt MU in tin p.i! nre Great last week BWto . K. w . QuoVk't tlyntinn otinrerjr ix l VV fljeeleyi of llartoii J. P. Ha yen. of Indian Creek, 5 Count has been lheguct l pn itl t'i- i, '! a short but j ,, vs.. pleasant vll( Thursday. Dels rongiit a pecm ar gonru ro i j !A 'S UkJll s, KM K.-..IO.I- .-..M". Try...

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