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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 October 1899

m l MftFFRTT' P'of.rhtrleiP, Card. ui, mui lull o Wilmington DnYvorslty, st noma, Mil,, nay.; nil uiihi Mtiit inglv nltrllmte tlio recovery anil enullntied unod health or onr little Hoy ll 'I I'.K I Hl.N A . I linn ( Tnoth nor kVoaaiara I H mese nniern lie seems in nun n I EETHSN A Hi 1.1 t ri . . .10.1 thrlvo " rever rsores, I OttOI (tor's only 20 CODtS. Ink n.ir Dri'Mist for ft. "not kept w druani.t.. biiiiiuns, Corns, " --w nmu h I't'um tu i i..- 4j. . C. J. R'JOPFETT, M. IX St. Louis, Mo. Our Popular lri(iirlt TUHNhR ilklJUCO. Kc-p IKHTHINA. See The n . Bucklen's Arnica Salve. HHOWN & ELY, " v zz$rs$k PHYSI IAN and suRGr ons, Monroe City, Missouri lihomn Chapped hands and all skin TAR 'Ilnx K TREES W bud 4 million Annie, who! lnivoa71vr. record. Inrorsr.nmi, n nine, mgnquniny coot in;;ii , mru aoio uneei, mtowh in i. bear tho lsjst fruit kn.nin Olll' uovcr Itlllli'V Jj H iiini1..F Una u . ...... .ui.un. a posuviy ouru Piles Dr. My makes a specialty of Rye, Kai nod or uo pay ...

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. — 12 October 1899

0 THE RACKET. TliU wc:k Ladiaa Jars rlbbad loaf letApd imekvtl5c. Ladle heavy riiiix-d Vet .Tic. quality for ISO. Ladle pant to match -Ite. Ladle heavy Saooad un ion suit 45o. quality for IAe. Ladles extra BeMd heavy wciight worth up to tlOo. at Mo. and ."0:. Children' uood flmmd union suit Ifo. CMI Iron' vary heavy Haeee Vests, 18, JO, 23. 28 and 28c. Infant flue '? Vet ituO. qualUj for 18o. Men's huav.vHhlrts and drawer worthrtte. at 2!5c. Al.-n'a (food flteced shirts and drawr ,Vtc. Men'setra heavy ne-d ahirtand drawer TAo. quality for fid' Gwod cotton blanketi 10-4 weight about 21,11m other merchant gvt 0e, our prloe Ode. IM extra larjfe and heavy white and ray blanket worth 1.(KI our prloe 760. WhiU) bed spread 800. value our price Mo. Long white Mariallei pattern bod spread well worth and Mid in town for 1.00 our price 73c. Bohool shoe S to 13 front lace made of Kangaroo calf all solid solo and center 11.00 Hoi calf liie v to 12 the b'ht wearers mail.! 11.25 Lad lea all Holid ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 October 1899

VI U N p n i I V Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. la Devoted to Mm fntrets of Marion, Afiroe and Hulls Counties, Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, 0( TOBER H, 1899 NO. 26 THE ENGLISH ARM. I CHRONOLOGY OH THE BOER Gen. Sir R. Bnller, of Bog TROUBLE, .land, holds the destinies of I 1814 Cape Colon y became South Africa in the palm of Ills'! British territory, hand. The Marquis ol Lans- 1888 Great trek or exodus of down, offered him the position j Boers from Gape Oolony into of commander-in-chief. He re-: Natal. Transvaal and Orange f:'. ed unless given permission to Free State territory. choose his own staiT because he and Lord Woolesley were not friends and would not permit Woolesley to foster a staff upon him. He also demanded from 00.000 to 70,000 troops, ilis de mands were granted. He is said to be Willful, hard headed and a line general. He frankly slated that when he arrived in Africa lie would decline to be handicapped by the war de partment a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 October 1899

THE CAVALRY CHARGE. ' Trot! QftllOp! Uhrg!" 1 yelled. Forward titty lopt. With ov0rgAUirlnK might) to crush that wall of (Uwli o'. r fallen horse and dying ntaa inward they wrapt The (fiiii on the height above' Screamed in their r;v li BttQked in their gunner' bands, striv ing to t ri their bonds, Hurled death and hall before, Cleaving their path. Next, With a swelling roar, Broa'l arms belched smoke, Barking like angry dogs, felling the foe like log. Many men ilept that day, Nor one awoke. Nearer the; horsemen surge, . Now reach the slope. Forward they dash. SO free man to man, knee to Un One lift with bridle arm, ne mighty whoop. Then heath himself comes down. Smiles on the fray. One diva', SOUl-splittlng erash- Death can afford to laugb! Fold- hi- wings over all. Bears them aw.ty. London Sketch. light. Tlie AH this, it must be re mem-j was marched. bered. was unknown to Joseph I Fitzgerald. Tom listened to his remarks lis no with feelings which he could preferable. " not well def...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 October 1899

GOVERNOR TAYLOR ON IN CiERSOLL. The following article by Gov. Robert L. Taylor, published in a recent issue of the Johnston City Comet, is one of the most remarkable productions from his Rifted pen: 'I sat in a great theater at the national capital. It was thronged with youth and beau t v nld aire and wisdom. I saw a man, the Image of his God,; stand upon the Stage, and I beard him speak. "His gestures were perfec tion of grace, his voice was music and his language was more beautiful than any I had ever heard from mortal lips. He painted picture after picture of the pleasures and joys and sympathies of home. He enthroned love and preach ,i crnanel of humanity 1 i Ice cm " ' r l an angel. Then I saw him dip his brush in the ink of moral blackness and blot out the beautiful pictures he had paint ed. I saw him stab love dead at his feet; I saw him blot out the stars and the sun, ana leave humanity and the uni verse in eternal darkness and eternal death. "I saw him, like the serpent of ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 October 1899

ML, , ' 1 mm wm-. 1 , rm- - . . : ,,. THE DEMOCRAT ,wlien b i i i the power to isBi have the po .vei masses. I banks have io money they A SORE HEAD, iher Bcbuhx. it fourteen- W. J. R. F. HlXSONi City Edhor. Terms $1 Pw Year, Riilere.t it i'r.- eiUT.MIl : oufl.a tocona ntat mutter. .1 ..1.1 i ; r. 1 1 i ii " :i vcrv to Oppress Cite vwir-um uuj, it"'"n " sore head, Be w M into the hay mow at dush to throw hi y citizens (out- 4ownk0 RtdCli and took a turn crowd) tt. -.m1m1 in two severe All American side of the Mc ... ut. it. t , sympatmze wim cue iwci- Calp wounds on i c . I... 1 !, ll ,. (..-.. I pans oi me ij.iv-n i . ..- right and fn Tiin-n A V rri .1 IO IfcflU KeOUO CS Ml ' - world should tahe In their K,JV. w. J. Ward, of Palmy .i r r rntiiPM signs when John Bull or Uncle ra, has been called to the pas- Could our noble foref atbers, lurat,.. of the Bhelblna church hn lived about 1776 when Bam 1 ay, t .succeed Rev. ll. A. Hunt, the flres of fre dotn and equal Keep it before the pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 October 1899

XKHXHXXXXXXXXX6HXXXKK:XXXK' Bert Wood .pent Tuesday at I LADES F I :;Jj:: i L V Q L Cui assortment Ladies Fine Shoes isQ the Largest aad most 94 1 Stylish Line City. 0. Wilson 1 1 in Kansas if .69 City attending the stock sales, 7 u )irx 1 K Mrs. (. It. Parks made a bin. 2 im-ss trip to Hannibal Tuesday. e a ... Oi. a.. MY' e5 d iv n a re visit i !. W. land and cliil 11 Shelbinn. W. W. Longmire made a busl ? ss trip to Nev 1 t- av bD "Whatever may be said to the contrary, good ctatfies increase the world's resoect for vno af8 thctn." ' a-j .m f . Johnston was looking 111 ISXafter business in a . (.itv g Tuesday. gu We have any Sfee X g and Width b Black and the new Shades, J. VV. and W. !l. Wood, of 1 I Jacksonville, til., were the W?( ' X ',u'sts of S. A. Wood. Tuesday. BW S! Uncic; Al Seymour is wearing IS k In Welts, x iff ;- rr . L . eft a yc. I a sore thu.ut lS ;i hammer. c'. i R COATS .ve ever worn an .1' L ovcrcoc t MS ... ...t i-.ive to be tckl V re the fisefl ovcrcoata Can ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 October 1899

I THE DEMOCRAT vi . ROU5B, r. r. HIX50N, MONROE CITY, MO. For g I 103 apply to J W S tPptlCIIS. T'lt'h'R No 74. Farm Loans at 6 Per Ceil Editor; We have prepared to loan minis City, Editor i M' W 0)0 or more on goed 1 111- ' ; proved farniH in Monroe County i at 5 per cent Interest with small eomnilMHion, or (I per cent With out eominiHHioii. F r p ditt. ( (I ice tro to J. W. Bur- Dr. Ilomback. Oculist and Aurisi. Hannibal, Mo. For delicious Ice Cream go l" tlie Christian's Cafe. Mrs .7. P. Pattotl took in I lie Q Puii ami visited relatives last wee It. B. . Wood am' wife attend ed the Quincy Street Fair Fri day. For a (food Luncheon or First Class Meal the place to find it is at Christians. Judge N. L. Hume was in Quincy Friday. He was n a shopping tour for his wife. F. H. Hogan and wife, Benj. Hand ley and wife with a large nuinl er of others were Quincy visitors Friday. Sharp & Donley kill their own beeves and muttons, there fore are serving the freshest and best meats. Mesda...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 October 1899

"M'KINLEYISM." 'Anti-ad ministration news papers and orators occasionally exploit the word 'McKiulay ism,' but always without con- the army supply departments during the Spanish-American war show that he was not vigi lant or that he was easily hood winked. But his whole admin istration has been one of dis. l'ovilin' 'i mr i I i t i 1 1 if 11 i . i i 1 1 i 1 1 i f f i . - " ,J ... i honest dealings with the nub- the people, says a republican:,. .. , . , 1 J m . l, - .. I lie. He called an extra session ..nr tr- i i II of congress sis of all that "we have out grown the constitution" means and implies. This the people understand very clearly it our contemporary does not. Mc Kinleyism represents and stands for a political movement to set aside the constitution and Declaration -of Independ ence becar.se the country has "outgrown" both of them, which necessitates the ad op tion of a new line for the con duct of the concerns of the na tion which shall transfer the individual sovereignty of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 October 1899

THE RACKET. DR. ARCK E ELY. This v w We ha nery. DENTIST. ivlng Natural Teeth !t sp VaillOl III f (Ifl i President McKinley warns against placing too great faith in tli" present prosperity. Will lie acknowledge t lift 1 It la n a False basis?. "Chicago Dispatch. W9 velvet Trlt 11.71 . Dint: d on 1.4.'. alloi up, fan" i made of line h I Hi i ,rtli 15.00 now M.fifl Mid aalklnii hats ) down to 26c . Br cades, wool ! '.'i iV worth 35c. J und worsted i tits tVioncoe City. -1 . . ., . Missouri-. .--. . Meli'i Chllili l.fi .1.:' Chlldr years -Men's Men' coat. Oft Men's Men's Tli.' I.. ' l.ut In r.!.'" to attend to nrofes i business ngnlD. ; fi-nr.c Mctntln and family hi peel "if 1 IUK from LUX fl thl There i no Um i like Old Mi IV i't Wool shipped 2 ears of to Illinois last week and one ei WPBK a ii ii. cattle - 11 ) i to Hi- -:i 811 it so. ioat to i: . ral parties froi i y l-liitid in sear ! mofl i i'"-i wo k. Cl'Op a t T : : r Tii.' full its I r: ! I t ulon lOlbOranu Best coal i Roast ' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 October 1899

MONROE CITY Democrat. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Mtnroe and Balls Counties. VOL. 1 2 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER26Tl899 Subscription, $1.00 Per Tear, NO. 27 SMALLPOX. RED HOT STATE ELECTIONS The following special dis-1 Hot, hotter, hottest. Weun- Elections will he held next patch appeared In Tuesday's i derstand tint Paris is red hot. I month in 12 States. More than -Globe-Democrat: Paris is not tle center of the usual importance attaches to universe nor is she the center these elections because of the ,f M ! rt .. -. 11. 1 , .,1 I -- . 1 I - ui wiwg t'juiuy. r-aris nas. iuiuunu nnu wiaespreau in been sorely afflicted and in their afllictio.i regular Paris, Mo., October 28. The October ferm of the Monroe county circuit court met at Paris this afternoon with 200 civil cases on the dock et. The alarming reports in regard to the prevalence of smallpox at Paris caused most of the litigants and witnesses and several of the jurors to...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 October 1899

BEFORE AND AFTER TAKING. Kipling and Some Travesty. KIPLINCi ON TRANSVAAL. A London dispatch of Sept 29 says the Times applies to President Kruger and the crisis TIPPLING ON ALCOHOL. We have just been favored witli advance sheets of Buck board Dribbling' latest poem, which, as usual, will undoubt- ; away That's too hard work for a little thing like you." he said. ! Letitia's blue eyes were full of wonder, but she yielded up ; the rake weakly. in South Africa a spirited poem eaiy be regarded as one of the i 'You'd better go into the by Rudyard Kipling, published greatest productions of modern j house, too," said Luther. "It's times: ico)(i out here All we know of monarch nil w or know Wu retain for keeping i pnppe show On Iim thrum- unnoticed- liaim.v an:' serene lit. When Luther returned the Drawing pay for nothlng-elte rake she asced him to let her " i . .w.in.il iin.r him 1 i ' 1 nvMU. liiuic i i nun in its columns or mat oaie. "All we have of freedom all we line or know -Thl i ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 October 1899

PUMPKIN PIE. It was not exactly pumpkin pie but just as good. Saturday evening twenty six youths and ! misses paid Wray and! Miss Mary Fuqua a visit. It was a pie and pound party. That is, the girls were sweeter and more luscious than pie and the boys each had a pound of confections. Smiles, laughter, fun and a new sweetheart were the features of the evening. We cannot speak for the girls but -there was more than one of the boys waked up Sunday morniag wondering where they were -at." EAST WINDS " The east winds, did you ever give them a thought,- with the exception of thinking them nas ty aud raw? Dickens, with the I exception of Scott is recogniz ed as the novelist. When seeking a nasty eompari- ! son or something disagreeable lie always speaks of the east winds. The Bible refers morel often to the east wind than tfny i other. Experience teaches lift that the next thing to tire and brimstone (we Jiuvu't been there) is the east wind. Beware; ..r ill . . , . i . -. rr, in me east win...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 October 1899

THE DEMOCRAT V. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HiXSON, City EHitar. It is no more right fur a na tion to take t hat which dees Mot belong to it than it is for ;m Indlviduu I to aten I. Johnnie Hull ami his under- lliat was discovered?" How plainly a frank state ment of facts exposes the hy pocrasy of these falsitit rs who claim credit for acts ot Ptovi ideuce and seek to fool the pe.. i Term. Si Pmr Year. lings :n America should not e ! lle by preposterous assertions. permitted longer to d elate our financial laws. k i nr1 At tlio ffcMlnflfce Hi SlAMM Wtt. MH . I Bryan is the man who will THURSDAY, OGT. M ftiOpjj"1 Democrat party to . ( victory in 1'JoO. -FOR PFESlDbNT IN 1500. , - . " " '' In the Philippine- tile Aineri I. can flag does not mean liberty -there it means slavery. h 7 4 Uryau la Kddr cro vv.ls every day. if mil w irk I - r the p .S.aisd up for t lii- f Masses; Oppose tr.i ey cr.u rule. MMtUg big He is doing am people. circle, lor : seats had to hi 7:4:.. is till! iJ i, it Ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 October 1899

I I V I "BOOTEE" I A JOEW A Neat, Light and Good Wearing Boot g For Winter Time, X X inK Come and spect them km 0 0 v Of 5S For a good Luncheon or First Class Meal the place to find it is at Christians. Foil Rknt. A 4 room house conveniently located. Apply to A. B. Warner or J. A. Mel- son & Co. The best fresh and cured meats in the city as well as n fr.ll line of stai'p and fancy groceries are carried by Sharp A Dont.ky. Mrs. M B. Carson and utjjttgti ter. Miss Mary went to the City of Flowers Tuesday to attend tlie Suter-Murry nuptials. It was a wedding in high life. HIDES. We want your Hides. We mean Cattle not human Hides. Will pay Highest prices fur them. Sharp & Donley. jfic rM-iiijtfg IJ I I j ij M M i M I 1 1 M M M NEW' i STYLES X KXKJSXXKXKXXXKXIXXXXXKXXXXKX Rath is much needed. Mrs. T. J. Miles, of Indian Creek, is a Hannibal visitor. Rev. J. A. Wailes is now occupying his 145th. home. Advertisements hi the Demo ckat reach the people. W. O. G res ham is now day ope...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 October 1899

Till: DEMOCRAT W. . ROUSE, - Editor R. F. HIXSON, - City, Editor MONROE CITY. MO. trorir Hl ICI? apply to J W 8tpli MM. Telephone Mw 74. For good ice go to J. VT. Bur dltt. Dr. Hortiback, Oculikt and Auriat. Hannibal. Mo. For delicious Ice Crearo goto the Christian's Cafe. Miss Effie Baxter, of Hunt ington, lias been the guest of her sister. Mm. V L. B nd. For a good Luncheon or First Clamn Meal the place to And it is at Christian. When the younu ladies leave the city on a shopping tour, iodic out for orange blossoms. Farm Loans at 6 Per Cent Wejiuvo- prr-pureo to lonn mud ' of "atl.OOO or more on ftood Im : proved farms in Monroe Count , I nt A per cent f ntcrent with unmll coninilMHioti, or II per cent witn i out eommtawlitii J. 1 M1LS0N & CO, x Monroe City, Mo. Dan K. Yowell week mining, well Dan (ell you what. s)ent last we will let Col. A II- Warner is looking after his interests at Cleveland. Ohio A. E. Mudd, of Clapper, has sod out his business at that point tr Hayes Bros...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 October 1899

Missouri Valley Democrat: 'The ",aa 0f the gods jfrind iOwly, but how exceedingly tine they do pulverize public rascals when they get them be tween the upper and the nether stones. Every event that has occurred since 189(5 proves the; soundness and the wisdom and I the eternal justice of the de-. ttiands of the democracy in t JttiJ memorable campaign, and . people we and know ltA ij. Cloak has been torn (W the creased and wrinlt' f.. ()r hypocritical greed aw4 financial thlmbleriggery, gtldbug highway robbery, d in power on earth can. save 4 hern from the lashings. Qf the scorpion whips that. an outraged and maddened -peopHe art? whisking and swir.tr ins; aver'tr eir tor a d ;ath blow inlfttOO." ALTGELD,S VVIEWS. Ejt-Govonor Altf;eld has wttn en a letter giving his' vietyBi gunpowder gospel 'l0r 150 years, and less than 5 per C8nt of the people are C;nri8tittn9. If we try to put hl the puuiiv pines it ;,$only a question of time r4i lne ssue will be tranVVred here, and we will be 'ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 October 1899

THE RACKET. a lined mitts loo pr eed Mitts mul Qloves This wc 'k vi sell you ivl.'n'g Can .'II illiltts (" "' pr 1! J I'. - po .i 13 to pr Extra Iwavj Isather faced li with In nbswuwl atoOit Au n'ti heavy, blanket lined com- rtsc. lu'-u'a corduroy pants 11.00 the I at M(.UU. CfllidlVU's it pi WW suits .7", 1.0'J, 1.25 up t -" ' Cuildreu's o.'i-dui'ov pant- the best wt'iu't't's made i'' 7h!. CullUrea's ovorouata. age 5 to. 13 years . ' i Men's hcav tleeee lined underwear 7.V uit " " PMn'e guild underwear 25c eaoli. Men's underwear a low as. 15c. Wool d re a good double fold 15c. Suitings food styles just the thitiK (or school dresses at l"-t nd 15e. 10- 1 Blankets weight about 21 lbs. equal to any u or luo (food In town our prion 5uo pr. 11- 4 uiankcts very large and lioavy worth 11.00 for 75 and 85c pr. GROCERIES. Ill lbGranuled sugarfor 41 . CO. 2 ill. MOda for 5c. California dried peaches JOi; lb. Good roast coffee lUe II). Green coffee 10c lb. Low prices and good goods. S CHRISTI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 November 1899

1 MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 12 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1899 NO. "28 o. PARIS SMALL-POX. Mate of Missouri I P. E. O'S. The meetinir of the P. E sister-hood hist Saturday with bounty of Monroe Mrs. S. M. Brown was a very On this the 3lst. d ly of Oct. pleasant and profitable one. ' 1899, the IM lerslgne 1 Notary After the transaction of busi- j Public person illy appeare 1 be ness the following program was taken up, the subject being 'Musical Composer! with Se- MAKION CO. SHIPMENTS. Labor Commissioner liixey in his map showing surplus ro ducts shipped fr.rni (he various Counties of the State in 1898 WAR NEWS. lections:" A biographical sketch of Chopin by Miss Lena Evans. Valse No 1 Chopin Miss Olivia Brown. How Mozart wrote the Requi em by Miss White. Minuet Mozart Mrs. Williamson and Mrs. Brown. Reading, How Ruby pi aye I Miss Mayme Hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 November 1899

) J 1 H i 111 'II Afu. Hi Aa i tiiitik TlllMl til IHMl.V, Wll my littl . w.-nry if tli l day, lOId "l tli: iven iinit ttiii'Uiolira neeini fur sa'ni Bum Bill to! boy inline with Iii I'd iU w.i. it is meant in Uod'n Word Wii -r.r it iihld 1 1 H iik ii t bo randy l'...- Uki UO nillrf "I "'.' I I inld iii. ii th myatUsal im-solim In Hi wm-.l. :ln:t V, lXod Iiliu no, And I BrW th I loOll in his hlu BJUi ; . . mi I -riMV'-i- un,v. S ul i i i .. : I'tt.iii," h" IWlW 1 j mi liuttril kite Lord at Ihu irate c.il ini( 'n. would jftMl nft.v: 'I MM I Kll i'()Ut I; WO .1 111.: ipO' in me Or hi vmi '.v ,inl him ti wait? over or tin M I - s 3ta uto i .t lei . evening," replied ;. k. "You were i-t T lri V I ing on the H 1 1 ris rJ nl wll It a j woman, !) i ic ' "The person could n.d nyl whether il was Mif tiilon r not. Explain I hat '.' Dic'c v.i - He i. "Roberta," Mr. Blair Hternl said, "if you can say nnythin in explanation you had better n ; siie storpe1 ia i a n ' one vmi would'1 ml -! mil lool...

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