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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 November 1899

f hanna will wu dropped. Bait & Ohi S'W Ry( (Royal Blue Line) Special to tlio Kanmts City Tituos. Washington, D. G., Nov. 9. Administration officials admit J.he possibility of Senator Mark Banna's early retirement from1 national politics. They claim I the result in Ohio, while a vic tory for the president and his choice, was achieved in spite of j Hanna, and not because of him. j This fact is being made the: basis for an insistent demand! forHanna's retirement as man-' 4 Dally Trains Between Cincinnati and Louisville. 8 Daily Trains Hetween Columbus, Washington, Philadelphia, Hitsburg, Baltimore, New York, Pulmari Sleepers. Company Own O. Dininir Cars. Finest equipment ob- ager of the president's political ;tajnal,e teature-3 and it is liKei to re sult in the selection of new cam paign manager. Senator Hanna will take treatment in New York fori rheumatism. He will come to I Washington when congress tn eets and will convene the re- publican national convention next year. It is th...

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. — 16 November 1899

Do you want a a, GUN! If so, wc have just got in some new ones. T" Tv T l T't- ' 1 Because it is warm now, there DO HOT 1 JtimK will be no cold weather, better come and get your stove now. If you need a Sewing Machine come and such records as will enable you to know at the close of the tenn the character and amount of work done by every pupil in the district. Give your teacher to under- MONEY TO LOAN At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest On (rood Missouri farms, with partial payment privileges at any Interest pay day. Kale of interest regulated according to value (if KHitril v offered. We also loan monev on desirable citV ihoikt- stand that you appreciate lion ly al reasonable rates. Call on or address with stamp for reply, Mt, earnest effort and that you . . . KiMi-f. ku n consider merit and merit alone JOHNSON & DAVENPORT, Monroe City, IWIO. in employing. 1 . ' . If your teacher has not a n i ,; h. ,,M,r MARKET REPORT. Course of Study it is t lie neg- lect of the county commissi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 November 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 1 2 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1899 NO. 84 FIFTY NINTH ANNIVERSARY. ' ON DANCING. Mrs. A. H. Green at the rec- To the Editor of the Monroe tory entertained the vestrymen City Dkmocuat. of the St. Judes church (Episco palian church) in honor of Rev. Dr. W. A. Hatch's 59tll birth day. All of the vestrymen were present and to make the occasion doubly agreeable Mrs. Dear Sir: I was some what surprised when you requested me to write a letter on that all important subject Dancing. Now my dear sir I do not wisli to go on record as a champion i... j .. i i ,i .. i "lceu imu a "U,LV rcPttS lcau for the art of dancing, yet I do and served to them. Just before not desire U)at any Qne wou,d the gentlemen left the table believe that I consider dancing a handsome gold watch was sjnfui presented to their beloved pas-! TT T , t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 November 1899

little boys and little Henry Sed around in GOOD OLD TlmfcS. Tliero are n ilftys Mw MlS good old day Ttiu iltij-H when wo with youthful' Whon hutnftnktnd wji-c puns of mind And IpMOtl and deodl Wen) truthful; Before a love for nortlil H'i Became man'n ruling pannion And before eaoh dlMOO ami maid In -came Ml the tyrant fMhton! There are no twirls liko the good old girls uLMin the World I'd tWW em. Ah buxom and m Mt and olelM! of InMII An the I- r d knew liow to make 'oml They were rich In Hirtt and OUtBiaUfl MWM A piety fcU-iUppOrtlo'; They OOUld bare and Drew, WW niiu tau'lr. itohool, t o, An they made the l vlic.-t oourtln'! Thre are no boyi like the goad old boy - When we were boy together! Wtom the gr.i .w weet to Uie brown, b U'9 fu '. That dimpled the laughing heathcij When t ie peeu eung to the iumrmT dawn Of the li e in thejpillowy oloVtl', Or dow i by the mill the whlp-JKMH- will Boboed his night nong over. There is no love like the good old love - The love that mother gvo i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 November 1899

EVERY INCH OF HIM IS RIGH T. Klondike, years ago When he Hannibal, Mo., Nov. 18 Tom Johnson, a colored man, has just returned from where he went four to seek his fortune. left Hannibal he was a poor boy but he was successful and now .sports a diamond in his necktie worth $1,000. He has an inter est in two claims in Klondike that are paying him large, rev en tie. He is worth, perhaps. $300,000. He formerly worked for Philip Tucker of this city, and when he returned a few days ago he learned that Mr. Tucker was about to loose his liome, as the mortgage on it was past due. Johnson paid off tie indebtedness and preset! ted Mr. Tucker with ajclear receipt, and this was done without Mr. Tucker's knowledge. He also bought a cosy home for his aged and widowed mother and has made many handsome pres ents to his old friens, both white and colored. He expects to re turn to Alaska in a short time and declares that he will cer iainly be a millionaire in 1000. ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE M E. CHURCH SOUT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 November 1899

I & Mm s- M0 is X mon x h Store s uas WE WILL MOVE ABOUT JANUARY i'l, 1900. C.5 0M M0 55 Mp Bceintiklg Thursday Nov. 23, 1899, we wUl make the Mowing Cu4 Prices, w can. mpvcg ey easier ha Goods X X X X X . v , i : . .- - 0 ULSTER OVERCOA 0. Mr: K 8 WM ia fi 0 ef U . i M D nv, (ft X R Wr' !l J 5lt, S.i Ifl Prk H.!P.' " '' i'j.(K).' !,-v ; .. rc ; v. ...4 .85. 38.85. s.l'j. IJDYS L0NO PANTS SUITS AGES i ; Oorduroj PuW,rth y.oo 2.85 rrv 1C, i Heavy K-rs.y Pants Worth 2.00 "Sale DR.SS OVERCOATS In I'.Cc.;. Kerney and Miltons Rflw vv ..,n i !! s.ilc P.rlce - c..:.. W6rt!i 4.80 Sftfe Price. L. rio (i.iiu " . - 1 4.65, " h.()'( With Double Breasted Vest 1 he Wvl Thins,'1 0-25. Frio .. .1.45. i Fancy Heavy' Cotton Worsted PntltB. ; Worth'1 1.00 'gale Price 6J . Boy's Lioe. K nee. Pants Sa I fi Price -10c. " 50c. 80C.. 8 li 11 8a Tiflii Herringbones and Coverts w. ...ii. to in si.-i 1.. Price 8.40; 4.00 KNEE PANT SUITS 25 Suits Worth from T50 to 2.u0. Sale Price - MO- 8.00 Suits Sale Pri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 November 1899

I t : g cs o - u I o d 3 git? 6 I i Ei! .c-d sx: wi , ..... h , - g . - - c g. i jj ! : cno Q i2 tu c e- J I g i J ; - ., . '4.ti vui. . r. uusr is very ill. W. (i. Barger was in Hannt bal Thursday. Iiert Wooil was a Q.iincy visi tor yesterdii v. A. McChonacliic was a Hanni bal visitor yesterday. Christinas ads an- appearing in some of our exchanges. S. li. (Jilliliuid left Monday for Chicago on business bent. The Public Library lias bought several new books. Dr. L. W. Dallas was here from Hunnewell Monday. The children's letters to San ta Claus must be sent in at once. Dr. Hornbackthe occulist ol Hannibal was in the city on professional business yesterday. The P. E. O's will meet with Mrs. Dr. Ely at 8:80 next Sat urday afternoon. O B. Rhodes, of Warren, was looking after bis business terests in the city Monday V. J. Iias. a liroirilnent .(i in ninnru wim kim i i l " - . . j it wuai ifuoa young attorney from X, w Lou-1 visitor in Quincy Mondav. don, was here Mondav. ' . . j Cowboy ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 November 1899

THR DEMOCRAT W. ROUSE, - Editor R. F. 1IX50N. - City. Editor MONROE OITT. MO. Lois of litmtrrB. AriverlUliitf pay HfXl Thursday Thanksgiving. will be Out diMHT Ittaferi are moving into winter quarters Ask your friends to subscribe for the DrMOCKAT. Dr. Hornback. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. D. S. Sharp wnt to Palmyra Saturday to visit friends. We have no objection! to re ceiving t be money thatj is due us. F. W. McAllister, a hustling VOUIlg Paris attorney, was do ing business here Saturday. TO CURB ZA ORIPPB IK TWO UAYI. Tftkt I.axaiivk IIomi Mgi.MKI Tablet. All ilriigKlMa refold tht mun.-y " ll f""" " euro K. SV. Uiuvt'igiittire on every Inn !t For a good Luncheon or First Glass Meal the place to tiud it is at Christians. Good gravel roads will be oppreciated next spring, as they are every spring. Monroe City has an enviable name as a market. Our wide a dealers always pwy top prices. Miss Gerlie Wood, ot Hunne well, lias been visiting her friend, Miss Anna Ridings, dur ing th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 November 1899

The question of how to (lis-1 tribute charities so as to be of most benefit to the beneficiar ies is being considered by be nevolent societies all over the country. Winter, the hard season for poor people, will soon. he here, and measures are being adopted by the benevo lent and thoughtful people ev erywhere as will secure the greatest amount of good in the distribution of help to the poor. Those who have given the sub ject much attention have reach ed the conclusion from actual experience and observation that to give food or clothing without furnishing employment which puis the beneficiary upon a self sustaining basis, is many times hurtful rather than help ful as in so doing indolence and shift lessness are encouraged rather than industry in an ef fort to become self-supporting. The plan best calculated to suc ceed and be productive of most good, is to furnish employment with charity to every one who is able to work and let those go unfed who are able to work and refuse lo do it. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 November 1899

$125 Win, At your own price. BUGGY FOR .1111 SAIL AT Maddox's Call and see it. eluding collar an 1 ti 1 w'i Ich lie hard ly BpMJ wears.) and taklnu bis Hum to the ii'' racial given ni C v. Davis C. M. C'eWfOM, W. It. Day ami Arch Itlghtmtrl went quail hauling Tuesday, their success n it known. MfoSEY TO LOAN At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest On good Missouri farms, with partial payment privileges at anv o. II. Rhode ti n! - busiMM trlpl Interest pa)' day. Rate of interest regulated according 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. GOOD GOODS. I ft I are Blankets, saddles and harness not only good, but first class. All goods guaranteed and prices competitors will not meet. W. B. VANSCHOAICK. i g :cc 1MI il AM n pkk. I Urge om, Dr. Miles ami wife of Stoutevllle, i ,our Mrs. Miii'.s parents wh i pen t wore vi.nuii Sunday. Dick Pleroeall and fam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 November 1899

Monroe City democrat. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 1 2 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1899 NO. 35 HAVE BOERS ON THE RUN. Cape Town, Nov. 27. It is reported that Gen. Methuen has captured Honeynest Kloof, ten miles north of Gras Pan, and two milliou rounds of am munition. Estcourt, Sunday, Nov. 26. The railroad bridge at Prere spanning a wide stream, has been destroyed by the Boers, who are reported to be retiring rapidly. A general advance upon the colonies has been or dered and a flying column has left here to intercept the Boer raiding party. A reliable messenger from Ladysmith says he gathered from the Boers that they pro posed a combined attack all over the country for today. Joubert is expected to stoutly dispute tlie message ofTugela river. London, Nov. 27. The war office received the following from Buller. dated Pietermar Ltzburg, Sunday, the 26tb: "Hildyard,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 November 1899

THANKS FROM THE HEART. tiud, I thank Thee u- the itrength with wtalcu l ijfake Biy niihi I had Ih-cii odnqupn it, y- ami criffth ' ed, bill (ir Th I by Merrlam llVfl been together, lt.r. siie showed Mill where to "Kt for that doddering old Advance has received from Sen Off and OIW so long that I know place his fingers, and kept hum- tool Hurry him up. will you. " ator Vest a communication on his story most as well as helming the tune until he could The hoy disappeared and re-; the subject that more fully ex does himself. Not that he ever pay it with only one or two 'appeared almost Instantly. 'plains Ins views. The letter talks about it. Tonight, after - The next night on'' my way "Mr. Merrhtm " The tears to the Advance i printed in i. . lhal I net Mi m an I 'II ifn i,. i... I linn ta t (!: rniwil lw.iu.l l.lo ,.wl 1 1 a ..-. full below: tin: Miun , inn . ,...-....-. i iin. .v.. a .... . , . 1 1 ' i i 1 i ii i i,wii i ... i ii.. l . . ' I Alii j cik.ul.mlN VCO.il hlcxfl Tb,V n n ii ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 November 1899

X DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP? The Fayette Democrat-Lead -er entered upon its L'litli vol ume last week. It i.s one of Missouri's best local newitut. pers and has a good patronage ' to rwulto of Ihrc Inn m. V.M. n ' .. i troubles. What nlmll t intij ii. i.ij J. i IflltSOII illiU Dr. J. Brlgga continue at the helm. FOR CALIFORNIA A i-hcivj) remedy for cotijflis anil rulds ill all risrht. but VOU wnnt anma. tinny that will relieve the mum sqvero weeiciv tourist sleeper excnr The fWlington TOURISTS. Route has " - ...... i-iiviv; I vvi,i vavui dftngeroui multo of throat and lung sions, personally conducted (by a li every SUFFER I HEM. Sutler them, Cbrista words. The little ones like the older ones pass away. Mary V, in fant daughter ot John Weidemeyer and wife changed her short lif for eternity at the home of her parents in Shelbi na Sunday. The frail waxen figure was brought to this city enroute to Clinton for inter ment Monday. Her uncle J. C' Dysart accompanied the heart broken father. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 November 1899

Levy's Cash Clothing Store. WE WILL MOVE ABOUT JANUARY 1, 1900, Beginning Thursday Nov. 23, 1899, we will make the following Cut Prices, as we can j money easier than Goods ULSTER OVERCOATS Wortli 0.50, Sale Price " 8.50. " " IS. 00, " ,4.85. ...6.86. .8.2'). DRESS OVERCOATS In Black. Kerseys and Miltons Raw Ed ye Wortli 12.00 Sale Price - If). I )i l ...8.25. .11.85. BOY'S LONG PANTS SUITS AGES 12 TO 19 Worth 4.00 Sale Price - 2.85. 4.50 " " 3.35. " 0.00 " " 4.65, " 8.00 With Double Breasted Vest the New Thing 6.25. R Light Herringbones and Coverts Worth 12.00 Sale Price 8.40. 16.00 " 18.90. KNEE PANT SUITS 25 Suits Worth from 1.50 to 2.O0, Sale Price ....1.10. 3.00 Suits Sale Price 2,15. 4.00 - 2.85. 5.00 3.35. MEN'S SUITS R R" 8 0 5.00 Black Worsted, Sale Price 8 00 Cheviot, Salt Price 9.00 Dark Cheviot. Sale Price 1(1.011 .8.89. .6.25. .6.85. ..7.15. 18.50 Fancy Striped Worsted. Double Breasted Vest 0.85. 15.00 Fancy Striped Worsted, Double VESTEE SUITS 1.50 Sale Price 1.21. 2.0...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 November 1899

Fancy China at "Williamson fc Rai:sialk's Bert Wood was. a Quincy vis itor yesterday. Fine Neckwear at Williamson & Uagsdale's. NO SMALL POX IN Monroe City. Hosiery and Underwear at Williamson & Ragsoale's. Prof. Earl Caldwell was here from Hunnewell Saturday. Ladies Fine Shoes ac Williamson & Ragsdale's. J. A. Hickman has made a business trip to the Bluff city. Mens Fine Shoes at j Williamson & Ragsdale's. Dean Goldsberry, one of the best boys on the road, was in the city Monday. Everything in the Grocery Line at Williamson & Ragsdale's. lUfflMBl Mrs. Carrie Moore is the guest of her brother. Dr. Eu gene, in Whitehall, 111. Dr. Thomas Proctor was at tending to business in St. Louis Monday. A Roaring Comedy of McCar thy and his Mishaps at Opera House Friday Dec. 1st. To My New Koom on North Main St The Best Business Room in Northeast Missouri. Will Be Glad to See You. . B. ANDERSON. of Hunnewell. visitor in the Fred Bastian was a business city yesterday. S. A. Wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 November 1899

THE DKMOCRAT W. ROU5E. K. F. HIX50N, MONROE CITY, MO. Be thankful to day. viiur stock Items Cmnty ('mill Monday. 'Only one month 1890, Fan Loans a! 8 Per Ceil. Editor Wo have prepared to loan hudih City, Editor nrfl.OOOor mureoii Kod lm-. proved fiimm In Monroe Comity : tit 5 iter cent interest with Hitiftll commission, or O per cent with 1 out commission more of J. i. MELSON & CO, Monroe Gty, Mo. Get advertising space In our Christmas number. It will pay you to read what our advertisers have to say. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. You can buj any tiling you need in Monroe City. Our mer chants are up-to-date. Do yen know of any Individ-1 ual in Monroe County who is i the owner of a U. S. bond? jj J T. S. Hickman rode over to LaGrange to see his kins- people. You will lautfll from start to , finish at McCarthy's Mishaps Friday Dec. 1st. riday i . it.i i i. ..c :j I .jumes uiiciuiilh. u, r iuriua( j brought in some fancy cattle The Troy Bank of III. has Monday morn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 November 1899

THE MONEY QUESTION. It is doubtful if very many advocates of the gold standard have considered what a radical departure they are taking from the traditions and visa yes of the United Statts on the money question. If the republican parly declares for (fold as the one standard measure of value and redemption money. which it is already committed to do, it will be the first time in the-history of the country that a po litical party declared against silver coinage. Every declara tion ol political parties up to City Director .CITY OFFICIAL!. will force the question to the point by obliging the republi can platfo.'tn to declare for it fair, square and distinct. The democratic p ( . , , . , . i .. , i ii,., ,,i , n;r.i . h ..... City-Clerk Oeo.W.'TojipkUii. the gold standard with its time ' city Trotinrer 11 RLmri. honored monetary system ot -.JSaASflM gold and silver for the people's j street commissioner f , s. jamum. redemption and legal tender lhoney. Kansas City Times. id distinr-t The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 November 1899

$125 Wm. At your own price. BUGGY FOR UU SAIL AT Maddox's Call and see it. j The Mil anil Latest I In Saddles, Harness and Blankets. Goods and Prices Guaranteed. ! W. B, VANSCHOAICK. t INDIAN CREEK. sna'ding i not expected to several ii.. ii.. haan sick for months and bfti been rapidly growing worse in the last fuW- The little ion of Harry Oonoi re Mtved a bad burn last Friday by topping into A pan f hot water. Mrs. I. A. liorUen l quite sick of bronchitis. Mrs. Annie Kelley left for her home in hi. LouU last Sunday. Al v in Hagan broke both bonei in his Icli fore arm last week by falling from a wagon. John Melton, of Lakenan, visited relatives in tiii- vicinity last Sunday. Miss Anna Lou Buckman, ol Sliel blna, who lias been visiting her cous in. M;-- Matt;.- Seward lias returned borne. Ja. Dixon and wife, of lv.ltnyra, visited Mr. Dixon ? parenti near this place Sunday. Riley Parson, -of Hunnowell, was with liis home loll; Saturday and Sunday. Miss He-si, Hardesty and brother, of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 December 1899

At MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year VOL. 1 2 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1899 NO. 36 VISIT MONROE CITY. me committee to select a; locution for the feeble minded! colony arrived liere over tliej M. K. & T. Friday afternoon. After a lunch at the New Mon-i roe Hotel they spent about two hours looking over the sites' Monroe City had to offer. Of course in that sliort time it was Impossible for the committee to se all the advantages we have to oll'er as to location, and they did not carry away with them as favorable impression of our country as they would have done bad they spent more time with us. Hut two hours wasall the daylight they had Friday afternoon and Hannibal sent a delegation and, special train for the Committee early Saturday morning and consequently Mon roe did not have an opportunity to show her goods to the best advantage. Our cash offer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 December 1899

BETAKE THYSELF' I'O PRAYER. When bitter winds c( trouble blo, An ' thou art totting i fr. win 'ii waves are rolling mountain high, A - .1 uloudfl obHOUH) tin- sU-ailfiiHt slcy. I', iir not. my bouI, thy 1iM'ii ix there, llutnlra tbyaelf, my muI, in prayer. wii. n in tbe dull routine of lif; Thou yearnest ball for pain and utrlfe, Sn ivnacy fif ti i- nnmtnonptitoo, You speak in enigmas. Of south WKSTiouN FRONTlElts. ...I...1 .1, . .... . I, V U..H ,.ll,i .... I I... I xcllluC,, aS OU8trust8wni not allow per- If so, it is a Spanish enigma, for more troops. sona, nmbitions or f;ictional and painted In lovely charac-j Anxiety increases in London feejnr to devYda the party ters. however cabalistic they i ns the hours go by without bicb can bone for nothing if maybe." bringing news of his situation. so divided. 'O.'' a sudden light breaking The names of a numbpr of in Upon him. 'yon speak of my officers killed and wounded have picture. And doe ut-- in me .if niv in UK. i " Mp hnen i iiki'...

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