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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 November 1899

A NEW CREDIT SYS I BM. County Merchants Watched By Their Debtors. DYoin the Fagotto Advrtliar. County publishers receive BU Inscriptions now and then 'from city tirms who can have no Interest ill the local news of the paper. The Kingston Mer cury has had several such from Chicago, Kansas City and St. Joseph, running usually from three to six months. This par a graph from the New York Times, may explain the reason for these foreign subscriptions: "A wholesale grocer in this city who has become rich at the business says that his rule is that when he sells a bill of goods on credit to Immediately subscribe tor the local paper of his debtor. So long as his cus tomer advertised liberally, he rested, for he knew the fellow was wide-awake and thrifty -and making an honest effort to do business; but as soon as the advertising dwindled away he look the fact as evidence that there was trouble ahead and things uncertain, and invaria bly kept close tab on the debt or. Said he, 'The man who is t...

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. — 2 November 1899

THE DEMOCRAT Terms H re I Hi ' i' W, J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSDN, City Editor. Per Year. t- -entalivrs. when Utah ,i late tluit i.c abolished it lulth wit!. Tbb im i i- !. men H IIS I the H ' of H- ! II was (liidtrtMM was ulitli'ted lis I polytfa my was in ! and if they had h itctM Monroe city, MM t Ik; people of the Uui'.el States thev would never have elected Roberto, bill since they have done so it is Hi.- dm "i i he true men and women i Aintrl lea to tight polygamy wherever it may appear. It will be an I other blot m tiic fair name of America to have an avowed polygamlat as a member ol Congress. Congress now has the pow 'V t eat or ntt to scat Robert, As an America i cltl sen let your own ctntfreinen, it least, know lloW von feel i n nmrl. I00OM mutter THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1899 H tuna's Oarrel is open. K -publican bosses an- on the j inn 1 1. a(iublicaii lejfltlatOM w.l never attempt to ie-troy trust-.. Let ns have a course of KOOd lecture in his City. ill When the Frost is in t...

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. — 2 November 1899

J i biewiiieI 1. 1 KKK 1 Miss Jessl L, pGwen, is the new at 1 1 ii n i ln((ton, Mrs. S. P, Tnle plished daughter not , j. tost mistress iid accom Miss Ida. were called to Palmyra yester day by t lie illness ul a relative. C. C. Lane and wife, of Table. Grove 111 . are t!ie quests if her parcels, S. A. Wood and wife. J din VV. White ! isi a v..! lia ble mare from distemper Prl day. Bunts Tooley. a -.u '. .'. the Gem City business College, spent .Sunday at home. The Burlington people lire giving t lie H. & St. .)e depot a fresh coat of taint. Alter a plea;-. l ill visit of sev eral weens Willi relatives ftlr. Wallace Galloway has returned to Missoula, Mont. new i STYLES 1 IN VERY LINE GREET YOUR EY3a AT WtSTHOFF & CflRSON'5. XXXXXXXXKXXXXXIXXXXXXXXXKXX Mrs. Mary E. Noland is the guest of friends at Shelby vi lie. R. Perry Shaw has commen ced reading the DBMOCBAT reg ularly. Removal Sale. Everything must go. J. B. Andkuson. Rev. J. H. Riffe was with Hunnewell friends Tuesday ni...

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. — 2 November 1899

HI Farm Leans si 6 Psr Com. I 1. 1 Tv: ( .si OK CITY, 6ft O. Fi: r ' j Ch ir h: Am i i Oct i i M i ; ill IVi ha i' in'fii tn lonn stint nt 91 i0" '' more on -; t Ini proved fnrtttM in WiHifni' Ciuilitj nt n ticp t t interest m itii small iti)ttiMHi, in' piat rent wllti nil! ayrttUtiSlnM J. A. KELSON & CO, : !ll xionro Ciiy, Mo. ' g I: I 'I N FOH SAI !-:. th E. BP ft t ,1 In rteV, ilJ E "i; at t! - wr In tin ,11 wu Cit i i i u s i Vow V . , I Ul' R ill". rill't UlC . R. Fiu . -, i . I 1 1 1 1 ! C i I O S h 1 1 ii 1 1 1 for nsile trice. Keyti s ;i t urda - if . ItH VVBliK II)oihiIISta;.K 1 i i.k- rimv liBVe74.' Wk PA i . ' ... . j. iicrr.f 1 r ACLi n lie for them In in? Fl' MAi-k !t'KM-k .LlU'lMASA, Mo. For a good Luncheon or Knst Class Meal tilt' place to find it is a i Christians P. J. Riser, of Parsons, Kan., lias been visiting !iis estimable V i e. Mrs. I) .) Ebey 'ft Satur day a iter a visit with her uauglaern. -.lis. V .1. Rouse and M us D:i vie Ebey Geo. W T hi lor lu t hi ...

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

I it lmp y Dispatch. A TALK Macon niche Hi I i. IMPERIALISM VS. THE TU ITON. The treaty with the Snltaii of military Sulu negotiated by Gen Bates in behalf of President McKin ley and signed by Gen. Otis, is the most remarkable document known to American history. The most zealous Imperialist will catch his breath an I yasp when he re. ids this most aston ishing document. The summary il the treaty to be found in another colnm enumerate six articles. the fourth of which h as follows: The United States agrees to preserve existing social condit ions, on condition, that every person held in bondage or own ership under grant of tllC Stilt' CONSTI. So this is McKlnley eapatMion. i Bucklen's Arnica Salve, n.t 1 1- m f u i ; a t The bestsah " in th world fui-C'iita U'veruilK-Ut?--Post BrulBL-s, Sores, I'li: Halt Wu-nm I Fever So re 1 1 Tetter, chapped bandi ; Chilblains, Corn-;, and all Skin WITH COMANCHE I Eruption! and poattvely curoi Pile I or uo pay required, it is guaranteed I to fire pe...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 November 1899

THE RACKET. j.i Yt:'. Ot 'AV I,... . y i nv t It .1 V.' shirts and Li-Hoi loan il8 Jl'J( x- .' I li i v ..t J i :. Ltd! H (T itud S.iin flUn quality at 86o children--" Union Siiteh(a3litfl Men's i-xtr.i llBjf llouud under- shirts w.i ild Iw C.IOft.l lit i-! our I prlcu " Men's httftvy HeectJ drawei-n :!" BMBa M m' ifiin.i under 'itrli and dm um s IfcV Hitch. 1 hiidrea't 4 piece wulu from 1.15, to r' .'in Gh ldron' ovir00ftt4 ftgu -ri to 13 year I2.M. ,VI iii' corduroy punt II. 6J and (.Iilldren'a corduroy panti tii oust Wearer made ' 7uV, Wood long ifliiwketK flOc. pr. H.Urtt IvrjM and Heavy llhtnketn 7 ic and tl.W. A iiiru-1 lino of outin,' olotli Jim Uiu th i (o MCODol dniMe. wrpn and ua jtt-ikcU at 5c, To. Hie and lilo th.!-.- fOO Is aro extra value. GROCERIES. 19 lit (Intituled -njjiirfor $1. 2 lh. Soila for California dried peaches Ma ll. Quod Molasses 2ftc al. The betTOtld for the least money. S CHRISTIAN. Hellu. boys! I am still in the tie business, and lies are what I ..want...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 November 1899

'J , h MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 1 2 Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscription, fl.OO Per Tear, MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1899 NO. 32 XiRAND DISPLAY MBTBORIC COMING. Quite beyond the conception of the human mind is the spec tacle that will be witnessed by nearly the entire civilized world On the night of Nov. 14 next, when two thousand million miles of meteors traversing the heavens in a fixed course will rush past the earth in their never ending voyage through space. Upon cominr in contact with the atmosphere of the earth and subject to its gravity count less millions of these flying par tides will fall and become ig nited with the rapidity of their flight. The blue canopy of the heav ens will be lighted by great lines of vivid fire crossing each other in every direction, while dazzling globes of multi-colored flames will add variety to the awful splendor ot this rain of fire, which is one of th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 November 1899

Till: DKM.OCRAT Farm Loan at 6 Per Gail. w. R0l'5E, . P. HIX50N, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. Dr Hoinbai k. Oculist Aurist. Hnnnibal, Mo. We hnv pretmred to loan sumn City, Editor r $1 .MM more on Ii proviMl farm in Monroe County at 5 per cent Interest w tn small 'iiiiinisimi or ( p I t witli and out ooiuniiMsioii. D K. Yowell was a Palmyra visitor Friday. J. W. ackson, Of Hannibal, paid the DEMOCRAT force a pleasant visit h'riday morninjr. TOCURK A COLD IN One DAY. THlilt I.AXAIIVK I!i QtUMINK TABt.IT. J. A-MELSON & CO, Monroe City, Mo. ! BODY OH SOUL. He had evidently been a very handsome man, originally, but the tine lines of the face had coarsened, the eyes were heavy, All . I ilmlm t,.f ni.,l 111., tniinpv ITlt 111 K Iff cure B. .ClHI 'I ' ilanatiire uiicvcrj bol 2' the lips loose, the whole stamp of the countenance was a sod den and self-indulgent one. Two old acquaintances stood looking i after him as be passed down in a good fi. John Clapper, f S louts vilte, was altei to bus...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 November 1899

"Imperial State" of the Mis sissippi Valley, but the un- equaled peer ot any other state. 17. Because, the united wis dom of Missouri's Democracy, expressed in the ballot, has his opinion is worth more than j been, and is, the foundation up- ft patting notice. Below is his on which rests the fabrics of opinion on a State Primary. Ithis splendid state, the fortress Editors Si lex Index: In re- Um out whose ports pass the sponse to yours of recent date sale-guards ot our institutions. REASONS FOR STATE PRI MARY. Senator E W. Major, of Pike county, is one of Missouri's best and truest men to the masses. He is bright, brainy, honest and I desire to say, I favor a State Primary in the selection of our democratic nominees, for the following reasons, to-wit: 1. Because, it is certainly In strict keeping with democratic principles. 2. Because the whole and the entire democracy can be trusted at all times. 3. Because, it is the only Way in which every Democrat caa4have a Reasonable! oppor tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 November 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. H1XSON, City Editor. Terms - - - - $i Per Year. K ir t l tin-iMMtuOk-e l Monroe City. Mil -miiri . h MHM nl Alii inNttor. THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1899 tier to gain votes but they winlj at the trusts to he not afraid as BO harm will be done them by the Republican party. Working men are not benefit ted by the high tariff. Let the younr men fight the trusts. Let them talk against them, organize against them and above all vote against old flag." "patriotism," '-loyalty" and "my country, right or wrong." and it is not sur prising to see them throw jus- them. These are the things ; tice. truth and the honor of the which the young men ought to do. can and Abo' e a Sultan's ha rem Old Olory now doth float. And oVr a Sulu slave mart TheStarsand Stripes we note: I oers We'll rally round the Hag. boys, we'll rally once again, shouting the battle cry of free dom." That's what we will do in 1900 and we'll put the trusts, money-crats. imperialists, rob- murderers...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 November 1899

mm mm J t i 8 mm mm s j A. BOABE k S! j n mi,j k x . We have a few Fancy Vests which we will close out Cheap. Levy. The broom brigade on Winter Street killed a tine rat early Tuesday morning. : Tie One tan if Our Line of neckwear latest. IS Levy. The public library will be open this afternoon. If yon do not have a ticket you should get one. Mrs. Leona Haycraft. of Phil adelphia, has been the guest of her friends, Rev. J. H. Terrill and family. William Rubison is now fore man of the plating department of the Henderson Poultry House. I flu it Ptnnlr -BUB OlUlil X X : JIB i The public library veral new books. a large number of )oolcs. has added It now has the latest to We handle the Monarch shirt Levy. Geo. Paris was attending business at Paris Tuesday. Eurico Diamanti the opera singer went crazy at St. Joe. The Best Duck Coat in Town for the Price. 7" cts. at Levy's. W. W. Hand ley was a busi ness visitor in Paris this week. If you want a Swell Suit go to Levy's Cash Clothing Store. F...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 November 1899

THE ISLE OF HONEYMOON. liance on an allseeing. just and An armistice and partial res merciful God, whom we sha II torn tion of the Independence of always fear and humbly enuav-1 the Boers followed, pursuant to Or to Obey." the policy Of Gladstone, then Then the exodus began. TWO Great Britain's prime minister, hundred Boeriwent first juid Great Britain retained a nomi Orarlhe water changed to wine and;jai(i t,e foundations of what Hal suzerainty which, it Vtan has since grown into the Orange ; agreed by-treaty of 1HS4. should "Whither away? Shall wo wall or stay? Whither away." I said, "Into tli' Hunsct'H glor of gold and BMtlOD or roue-red. int.. the sky we ulip, But never a fairer whore that! tthall Bnd Ottf buoyant n, this Free State. The second expe , be exercised only, in the mattir NotZ::;;; ,: :.::.; Ay dltlon which atarted from Cape of treat,., .the South African drop the anchor at last, Ckolonyin the fall of 1885. went ! republic might make with for And in the dunk our wear...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 November 1899

ARMY IN FRANCE. The trial of Dreyfus by the court-martial af Rennea had a broader and deeper significance than belonged to it as the mere prosecution of an Individual soldier. In its purpose And in the circum it&ncei which pre ceded and '.tended it, it cast a lurid light upon the present situation in Prance, especially upoif the perilous power po ssessed by the army in the great European republic. M. Ber nard L:tz:ire, who was first to demand a revision of the Drey fu3 verdict, contributes a pow erful article to the November number of the North American Review, in which through an incisive examination of the pro ceedings at the trial at Rennea he discloses the nefarious ma chinations of the General Staff and its tools and exposes the dauber iff Inch menaces Frauce in consequence ot the domina tion of henmilitary chiefs. M. Lazaae says: "Unless the spirit of the army be changed, there will be a deacllj conflict between thai spirit and the spirit of tree in quiry and research. Jus...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 November 1899

THE RACKET. Soini; Nortftnbtr bargains. Covered preserve stands 8So value at I On. i gal. n'..ihi pii,i,", rosl vniuf LW. at I0o. Berry bowlwr that you pay othere SBC for 110. 50c Imiiih ut Me. Wsshbowlei midl'ltrbersKi and 7.V. i'nn Btui sauce re nr, 4fc a "t. No. l Bra jroof lamp chimneys Be. No. 2 lire proof lamp chimneys 10r. 10 qt. slop pailt Bfa value at 15o. 124c outing cloth at 10c. 3.ric Jeana wool tilled 25c. Heavy yd. ntdeflMMl forskirts irc Heavy fancy stripe lied ticlc lfio yd. ( 'anvns mittH "c. Fleece lined enuvas mitt 10, 1.1 nnd 20c. GROCERIES. If lb (iranulatcd sugar tl.OO. Mrs. Potter mince meat 10c caa. :t can tomatoes best brand 2.1. :i oana corn best brands 25e. Good goods at the lowest prices. S CHRISTIAN. WARREN. Mlaa Ltaitie Terrlll who Ims been visiting friends in this vicinity, re turned to her home at Uenbow last Saturday. The mil party at R. W. Bteven on'a hut week was n Krand auoueaa. The farmers in this vicinity me making nrriingoinonts to cotninonsQ g...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 November 1899

'Is.' MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscription, fj.oo Per Year. VOL. 1 2 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1899 NO 33 MISSOURI OUT OF DEBT. i life and property safe in every Governor Stephens will enjoy j section and district ot the State, the unique and honorable (lis-, These are common items of Unction of officiating at the fu State history, which every Mi neral of Missouri's Republican telligent person knows to be debt. When he retires from true, and which every person tVJ ... III ! I lA..,l,llf-..nl.fll,s.l l If tdSAIlA n-l ltu ornce ue win leave a cieuu skuu;"'"-wi,,i""-u "j for his successor, with no old prejudice 1b bound to admit as scores to be paid. Missouri is. the truth. The history of the THE MAN WOMAN. Sunday Pott-Dtipatoh. CALLED HOME. Edward Stark (Ted) war'-, son Poul- PHILIPPINE WAP NEWS. The Thirty third Volunteers, of Mr. and Mrs. I form I tiff nart ot Whea ton...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 November 1899

htm has THE H U'RY PARMER. Thfl farmer l n hftppy mim S ll 'till"- . lis lays ft nwalth of dollar! ui. And dimes. EifthM Ti i OAl'Oi to worry Or fr t BU Mo.il. i wftUM li never Iti ii it. Wbea be li hungry! all he To li In to go out anil blithely A few KitAtoe. or to Disk lome Oreeu miw. Hi;' life la rmi of tlmple Joyi Like Ihoeei ii him tin- u 1 1 rle nearly Vjf day. Gh, lift! to liim I only polt anil play. Hu doM not liavii to think about I in dree; Ho gul along with one good suit, O.- ll'SS. HU wife bo eeldoin lias to go In town She: only nadda to have one King ham gOWDi Ami hu u never tortured with The blue. Bji.i hj tu i ! hi Ir m u ver New bin s. A montii passed a month of were not needed. Dmay, hor from abroad, yon not only re- taming tin wedding party, perfect bl let to both. At the ror, repulsion and disgust were duee hie business, but ypo enter drove up before the rectory In end of that month there was an depicted only too legibly on llil his home and deprive it of com- th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 November 1899

K would no r sun mrs. DBWBY Sp'.'ial to the Kama City Timet. Washington, D. C, Nov. '.. Admiral Dewey's marriage to Mrs. Haze n at St. Pan is Pres byterian church this morning brought to a sudden tenniua ticin a BUlt at law which was to have been Hied today, it Willi ! Ifregularttlea of the kidneys a ud A TEXAS WONDER Hall's Great Discovery. One snail bottle of Hall's Great Discovery cures all Kid ney and bladder troubles, re moves gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all an action by Rental Agent Not ris to recover from Mrs. BhSen a sum claimed by him as com mission for renting the Haze n lions- in Secretary of the In terior Hitchcock. Mrs. Haaen declined to pay the commission on the ground that it was exor bitant and Agent Norri filed the papers In the case when he heard of the unexpect ed marriage. Rather than sue the wife of the Admiral of the United States navy. Agent Norris withdrew his papers and drop , Pet' 'he suit. SIDEWALK GIVES W...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 November 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, Cny Editor. ra)'6d against the interests of the ii:iin people of America and will leave no atone unturn ed that will aid In keeping nr Republican friends in power. In prices la due wholly to the Mara' worth of gambling trusts increased demand. That Is very great, I admit, but the combi nations araonif the manufactur- Terms ?! !'er Year ataM1 nt tti p t n 1 "t floorot my, am smirl. a vx-oiki ! BtoMOT. THURSDAY. NOV. 16, 1800 FOl PRK8IDENT IN It) 0. j By the Great Horn sp .i wpi j sine: I a m ntse! We believe i pap r ti n-t is putt nv. up price of paper and is giving re bates to the republican papers for their support, We cannot conceive of any reason why r publican papers would submit to the apparent robbery and whoop em' up for the robbers. ' Lexington 1 ntelligencer ers are a far more potent lac tor." I he anvance in groceries - ii . i the ' piVBHiHisni , I shown by this interview Ilo;:. W. J. Biiyas. McKinle; in his own turned down I...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 November 1899

H ! M & SON S J i i We have a few FPnnru v,.ttc whidl we will close out Cheap. Levy. Miss May Bell was the guest If Ol Hunnewell friends the tirst of the week. There is some CO laint of stock and cistern water being I scarce. ! TIid Rno Dononn flflnr 111U UUblHU W I1J flsr M Lis Clean Ojr atesl Line of ncekwtr is UH All kinds of lard, bacon, etc. found at Balfcer i market and the p Come in. It y in a suit out ! will have you .1 m.M m.M h' n m 0 h.h 0iM v i' l i m i: ' i n f w c it Levy. fresh iiv.-i i c;, i can alwuj : be : Dirigo's meat riv es are right. can't .it you UUP BtOCk we suit made to order from $10 to $20 at Levy's. H. 1). Vance, a popular young mini has bought .1. L. Harp s blacksmith simp and lie will continue business at the old stand. Equal parts of turpentine, Vinegar and olive oil is said to make an excellent furniture pol- h. Shake well and annlv with ; soft flannel. Is be ST in town. WEI HAVIEl DRY GOODS, NOTION 3, CARPETS, CURTAINS AND CLOAKS. Cur line of the...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 November 1899

THE DEMOCRAT Fan Loans at 6 Per Celt. w. I. MOUSE, R. F. HIX50N, MONROE Dr. Hornbacl Avirist. Hannibal) Mo. ut for several wed- Editor, We have prepared to loan sums City, Editor of 1.000 or more on BOOd Im proved fiimm in .Monroe County CITY, MO. ;t B per cent Interest wltli small commission, or G per cent with k, Oculist and out (Himmlulon. Look dings. Walter Muss i having the foundation fur a prettv cottage A raUroad Pttk,n- thinks he has TO CUR I LA GRIPPE IK 1WO DAYS.' UKM) OUl. Hi' J. A. BELSON & CO, Monroe City, Mo. man of knocked claims Chicago all lire in have Ink'.. LAXATIVK limmo QDtHtSI TABf.RTS. Ail drufgiiu ii fiinil the mono if ii foil i euro E. W. oiioVK'sslirniiturtoneYenr bos 2 0 perfected a device that feed locomoti vi1 a ufomatlca lly. irown J .1. ! E W R Friday. William Raglan, vun the shot gun that mi by young Much). 1. 1'. Patton ami If Mr. Hanna wil donate his ami bagged BO birds I Corruption fund to 'hi' United States Treasdry it might relm- burse that $...

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