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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

Dear Bant close k-ase send a big doll and a Babby Bugy. well good By sant close. Myrtle Kider Monroe City Mo Dec ft, 1899 Dear Santa Claus. Please sent me a pair of kid glovts, and a pair of skates, p knife and a ring. Please dont forget the Orphan children any where. Yours Respectfully. Olive McCall. Monroe City Mo, Dec 1899 Dear old Santa Please bring me a nice fat tnrkey for Christmas, then I will be a good boy, Yours for Free Silver, Francis Ragland, Monroe City Mo. December th K 1899 Dear Santa Clans. Christmas is almost here again And 1 will try to tell you what I would like fro have. As you was so kind and. generous, last year and years before I Just i uUo apron and a set nf n .vy ! and little set of dishes my little can't ask mu.'i this time one of those lovely little blue hair ribbons anO T !-. ...... . , ,, - , msier mreiyn wants a hik- iou ;n B, O. Wood s and wont ask any dolls this Christ- i i.. ivn t? f ri H f AT.,1 '-. ..,) i ..1- 1 .. i i . . , . . ...... u. ,,wwu .-,...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 December 1899

si X SANTA CLAUS ' is AT HOME" at - WILLIAMSON AND RAGSDALE'S Bring the Children. IF WE PLEASE YOU X TELL OTHERS X Ir WE DON'T A. TELL US. SHOP EARLY - Assortments are at their best now and crowds are less dense than they will be'a few days hence. - 0 COME EARLY 0 X BUT NINE SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS But in these few days we will crowd the Greatest Holiday Business ever enjoyed by this house. WE ARE READY,The whole store thrills with the inspiration of the season. All departs ments are in best bib and tucker. Every counter and case gleams and glows with everything that's new. fashionable and correct, useiul, beautiful and orna mental--for man woman and childand all at these low prices for which this house is known far and wide. X x Mnki your wife Happy and buy her Sewiner Machine. x X X Caudy, Nuts, Raisins, Fruits and all kinds of Fancy Grcv ceries. Men's Furnishings. Rich assortments of those useful art icles that men appreciate ho much. Mens and Boys all The White is the Light...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 December 1899

MONROE City Democrat. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 12 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 18W, Books in Monroe City Library, Universal History S Vols., Glare. Life of .lay Gould. Gould. Idle Thoughts of an idle fel low Jerome. The First Battle. Bryan. Greek Heroes. Klngsly. The Hunch back of Norte Dame. Victor Hugo. Catherine. Thackery. Autocrat of the Rreakfast Table. Holmes. The Woman in White. Col lins. Rotnola. George Elliott. Mr. Dooley in Peace and in War. Roberts Rules of Order. Marie. Laura E. Richards. The Days of Auld Lang Syne. Ian MacLaren. Little Minister. Barrie. When Knighthood Was In Flower. Caskoden. At You Al I's House. Baske tt John Halifax. Mulock. Thelma. Oorelli. Nellie's Silver Mine. H. H. Lcs Miserables. Hugo, Adventures in Arizona and New Mexico. Marjora Daw. Aldrich. Jane Eyre. Bronte. Lorna Doone. Blackmore. Ghosts I've Seen, Bangs. L ve All'.iirs of an Old Maid. Hell. Peter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 December 1899

A WA OF SEEING NATURE. Denver Port. ) s ii- ntoml upon thn Pullman plat form, i i.i' i n wondor iw llw fcrnln 1 i upward 'N.vii imftkii bj grand otornal noow uruwiw cappod Throuif 1i canyons drop, Miwat sovnurjr," to break Ura loo I oaidi "Innumprahnnaiblai mftjuatloi GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE DRUR HOUSE rl! Ami il ii'kI of (ui3unly OF X B. O. WOOD Uhi band!" Tlio u lowwlnx pltMMt how (fraoa lul in thulr prlili Hwayed Uici paaalng bromte from tun t ii roi it ; Ait imi ill .v klnglyV" and alio aofl , i . itln'l the lasautal" W i Tli iowim' norvud Mm hand mli'lity itMika ii lit ri and I, iclml thu ' i hank!" Willi upturned uyoa l- unawi rod! "W.i n 'i Ii a oroetoirjaok ! "Tli. '' iMiuud isanyun wall Itlior i l , hi tii. ;, i.i.i :i moat Imputing frontV" 4hn turned Imr oyo upon il" m and ropllud: "Wi ll. I should grunt!" "Dldsl note the Roldon haao whioh druatnlly Bpruad o'er Iho hills when daj be 1 h.im to dawnV" Bhe thoiihl n moitumt and khon ao 1 swerud in"': "YoH I (Ulllghl on!" How i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 December 1899

THE si i! II rRBATY COMPACT. TIC Full text of the treaty with t hn bu Inn lias been made public and the letter and spirit of ii more than Justifies the be lief thai Itafl pchrvatled that it is the most disgraceful business the United States has ever en gaged in Human slavery is recognised tuid protected) poly gamy h n i figulued and protect edi and Mohammedanism is recognised an the state religion and protected accordingly, Ami not only so, hut the sultan anil his nine chiefs arc paid a regular monthly salary out of the treaMury of the United sia irs for no nervlce rendered or t be rendered other than the recognition of the sover etglinty of the United State over the archlpellgo as long as the salnrie are promptly forth coming, The following are some of the restriction ut upon the Am erlcnns: They shall not as citi zens or noldlem encroach upon the lauds in, about or near the residence of his royal highness, the sultan, which means that the harem of I he emperor and his chiefs are t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 December 1899

Levy's Cash Cloth in FOE SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS PU 1 f TS. V It is getting more apparent every ye hucIi Christmas Presents and are bu r thai the people are getting out of'the habit of waiting their money on cheap Folder.) Is, Toys and 3$ GOOD USEFUL ARTICLES .A V, CI .III Fancy V ; tin ( 'lit Pfi or :i est. 1.1 good Cap or n pair f Mitts FOR THE I'.ovs A nice 8a !- "i Overcoats and Suit: which is certainly very commendable, what is more appropriate for a Christmas Present FOR THE HEAD OF THE HOUSE than a warm Overcoat or a nice Suit of AN BEAU, A nice Muffler or Tie, Suspenders, Guff Buttons or a Tie or Fancy Shirt. r Christmas, we might go enumerating articles by the score. FOR THE YOUNG ?. in ir il I ,egglns, Gap or will continue until aft but I In foregoing will give you some Idea rhat buy for Christmas Presents that are both useful und appropriate. Yours for Sensible Xmas Presents, LEVY'S CO Mil STARE. IV A. UearuiKH o Warren was THE DEMOCRAT , WOUSE, Editor, 1I1XSON. Ciiy Editor. ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 December 1899

P Forget iL. The Home OF S Practical Christmas Gifts 17.50 and don't von W X,. niin t return cr- M Look at Rogers' (11.00 Blac petticoats. Ira IWl'Immi r ! urned from SI yi Ira W Oleora 1 1KB SlIBltl. Q 0 Ala.. Monday. Mrs. ,J. u. Kill" was a Oulnev up 0 BOULWARE'S SHOE STORE 5 let ( H Ladies Pine Sh es and Slippers. L 4 visitor Monday. Bee those elegant (oi wi . , ,, , . ,M ;it RXNBY & SAUNDERS. Why pay your money out for something that is notll nmrt irft I .A Rtarllmnp !-,!.,... ., 1: Buy something that your Mother, Sister or Sweet. A Rogers just the thing for a X ChilUFOIIS MlHS teart can wear. M utile uemember.un-.'. 52 Mtaa riafnlttn M ' I Friday with Pa'myra friends. O Men's Fine Shoes, what would be better than a Nice New Dress, Table Cloth, i Dent fergct big Linen D a. Napkins or Towels. Li Sale Friday at ',oy 8 S1IO6S, Fcr Tc Sweetheart. Ml The ni.w soli(1 co,ored lm. gl than a pa ir of Gloves, 11a ndker chief, or novelty fed ported mercerised petticoats at X L J 1 . . ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 December 1899

k. I R0U5B, HIXSON, ONRO CITY, MO. Hornback, Hanniho : . A. ii U1 vr ith llaumbi Farm Loans at 6 Per Cant Editor W have prepared to loan rama City, Editor I of $1,000 or more on gord Im- provi'd liirms hi .ioiiro- ,mim.v t " per cent Interest with miuhII eommlnnloni or o percent with anil ont cotumlMloQ. J. A. MELSOS & CO, Monroe City, Mo. I Jen list Mo. i re spent Sun : i i rteods. L Saunders was in St. Louis Friday purchasing Xmas guild, lie bought i nice line. !',: Sale A second hand lie.' ting stove, nqtlire at the , Dbmocuat. Mrs. W. S. Wilson was called lo Pa Imyra Saturday by the death of her brother, Howard Young. ( 'nine and sec us before get-tin- your hogs killed. We want to in i ke prices to yon. Bai.zer & Dirioo, The sleepy town of Philadel plil Pa. has aptured the Nat ion ii Republican convention Wll'Ol' meets .) line li), 1900. H free trade Is detrimental to the United States, free trade with Portb Rico, Cuba and the Pntlippines must necessarily work great inju...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 December 1899

tillllllllWlWllllIKIiil'lliW(MIl Goody - Goodies? City Director. city mm HALS, I handle everything that goes to make Christmas Dinner. a good Oysters, Mayor PamnclNorlli PollmJndft W.;B.Stvras. 1 Marshal J w. Stephens j City Attorney .... R. L. Woodson. Ueo. W. Totnpklns. ,,,,., I , m ... .. .. sum nisi , . n. p.. l.imi. ouotof j. E. nib. a""01 a k Rntladgs treetOominlsttonsf . . J.8, Jaraun Amikhmkn: First WajtW, 3, S(.t j ,; una j 1 JJllOWN & ELY,M. HT. J015 1 H PHYSI IAN 3 and SUrtG ONS, Motiroe City. Missouri Mtot over Sansy a sauudats Drag store. Dr. Ely makes n s l n) ly of Eye, Ear mid Celery, Fruits, And Nuts. Also serve Oysters in every style and put up a good Meal or Luncheon on short notice. Vor the best brands Oi Cigars on the market call on your friend Jim L Christian. Sceond Ward-! A. Kly. J w. Hell ! Third Wur.I-A. Boulwars, I). I. Kelson Secret HocioHon. Masonic Monroe Lodge No.4,a. f. ! & A. M., meets lo st luid thlrdSstar day nights o( each month. Monroe Ci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 December 1899

THE RACKET , MARKET REPORT. Cattle ia.oofl :: I ling I8.85&8.65 You will find in oar ItOfC ! mi ,, aenrwaJUMi thj greatest Holiday bargains ; Ducks in Monroe Ciiy. Fine celluloid albums worth 16.00 at 18.60 AlbutnMiiH low as 50c Fine Toilet cases 60c, 98c 91.25 up to 2.50 Work boxes from 25c to $2 50 A large variety f Ladiei and Gents Pocket Books. Ladies extra tine quality all leather books worth 7.V. 46c Ladies Books 6 10 15 20 and 25o. Shaving Sets 50c tc 11.26 Cuff, collar and tie boxes 60c. to 1.26c. Large Line Dolls from 4c to .r0e China cups and saucers 10c 15c, 20c :nid 25c Moustache cups 25 and 85c Obildrens '' piece sets, cup, sau cer and plate 25e Obildrens plates, china 10c BOOKS. Story Books and Novels, nice ly bound at 20c Juvenile Looks iic up HANDKERCHIEFS. Fine goods 10, 16 up to25c Gents pure Linen Initial Hand kerchiefs 5c Large Line Men's ties 25c CANDIES AND NUTS. Good Mixed candy -1 pounds id I 25c The best stick candy 10c per pound Mixed creams 20c worth J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 December 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Moiroe and Balls Counties. VOL. 12 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1899 Subscription, $1.00 Per Tear. tf 4- , '.- X I , t i THE MORNING OF THE YEAR, o winter morning i the light steeple t t x x t t n the evanescent beauty of a glow. ( onie the footsteps of the New Year o'er and Deeoy snow, And a happy welcome BOnndetb from tin guarded ohttnei And prophesy the tuneful bells the dawn of better times; In the splendor of the morning, e'er the stars have vanished quite, When tin; earth awaits her liridal ill her robes of i spotless white. And the millions wateh impatient while the holy bells they hea, From theorient, old In story, ootnea again the glad New Year. The old year passes slowly, like a vision of the night, With its ever-shaded sorrows and its pleasures dimly bright. I n its footsteps all around us lie a people's tear I Itnpearl'd, And its dark and silent passage is the joy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 December 1899

w ), HOUSE, Eciitor. . HJXSONi 1 -''v Bdltof. 1 . r. cr Year, Continued from page 1. ) I mlirht ttet a trlimnse of VOU. ijPnnin Tnnnn n P Finn flnnl l i ; :., I . " . . - - It A I III III', V A I n KHI'l.Hlll nerience and the experience ot nan-way uciwccu ...i... iet it would comfort me to ride 1 UIW UUUWJ Ul U 1 Ul UUill Let us let profit by our past ex home in the same coach to- nffltta nt unn i in tlotirac City, Mil lllll'.t'T. others and in the future avoid and desperateintent. the rocks and pitfalls and thus Hut by and by Reyburn's night of all bights make our lives nobler and bet mind cleared to Joes last sen ter. Let us strive to so live tence. Only gossip. Of course that When We are called to the that was all; but Joe was mean great unknown the world Will I to hash it over, to him of all J confession of his. He meant to He stopped and looked at her in such a pitiful, hungry-hearted way. It was all out now, tins THURi W )1J0, 28, 1899 I N I'.mpo. mourn. We Were not -riven ;i ...

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

Dr. Hornback. Oculist and A u rist. Hannibal, Mo. Mrs. W. J. Rouse spent iart of the week at Jacksonville, III. , visiting ber mother. Miss Kate McCa-dell went to Hunnewell Thursday to visit friends. Rev. J. EL Ten ill has given up his charge at the Salt Lick church. Dr. Thomas Proctor was here from Slater part of the Week. Miss Loretta Keid. of North Pork, was the guest of her friend. Miss Sue Anderson. The P. E. O's will meet Sat urday afternoon. 2:80 with Mrs. B. (i. Moss. ROBRTSHAW'S CIGARS For Bale beating stove Democrat. A second hand Inquire at the Mrs. .1. E. Pish spent part of the week with friends at Stouts villi'. .T. Will Evans came in from Jefferson City to spend Miss Annie Rouse Wan ll e gttCSt of Miss Lena Wheeler part of the week. Prof. J T. Vaughn and wife visited Mrs. Vaughn's parents, J. M. Proi tor and wife. Justly celebrated are Ruber tshaw goods especially the Boquet and Pearl Beauty. An exquisite blend of four of the finest brands grow i on the island of wuur,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 December 1899

BIl Vr iii Ulti Pi Th the Ull' Inn SDi a : Or f lino- 0a H( tic .1 n tin For ne; H ' Moi i N ANSWERED i'lmvoi- li M til'! Iiirir Si idlolna I i tli': olvilliwd moUtars' and irrnnd' f 1 liKtltflit, of tinin;.' :iti , - Indignation or Billons' Were soiroe, Mid Ihej i A ppendlalts, Nervous i Usart fallur -. eta. i Klower tOKslaan out i s!'; fsnnontal Ion i i. i (filiate the Mil 'n mill Ma the nervous uml 'i tif Mm system, and . took when fooling iu!l i beadaohM uml other in1;, need a few n ol it Kloww, in liyniil i you satisfied there i 1 1 - the matter with you. - at Turner Drug ' 'o. AIESVIA WABASH Holiday a" th- U'a II round trip tick iitly reduced ratesj ia le December 23r I, UOth and 81st, 1899 i v 1st, 1900, final re January 2nd, L900. pr particulars, c.ill on ticket Aent or address . Watts, i'.iss. & Tkt Agt. rlv. Mr). BKOWN & ELY, PKYSI IAN and SURG ONS, Monroe City. Missouri onirc orsi luii'-y Saunders Drag stum i Df . Kly MkM K i-pcrlnity ol Kye, Kr BBd Mm IrlSSSSCf. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 January 1900

! ' r i MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publisher. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 12 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAKUAHY, 4 1900 NO. 40 Kb-I'T OPEN HOUSE The Ladies Social Club which is composed of twenty two of Monroe City's excellent ladies kept open house New Years evening from 7 to 11 at the following places: Mrs. Proctors, Mrs. Stewart's, Mrs. Carson's, Mrs. Lear's and Mrs. Hickman's. It was the social event of nhe season, and will be long remembered with pleas ure by the gentlemen who made calls. Many say that the ladles will see fit to keep open house a' least every New Year In the following we jjive but a faint idea of the reception: 9 MRS. STEWART. Mrs. Margaret Stewart receiv ed in her usual elegant style, assisted by Mrs. Prank Pet lit, Mrs. Dr. McNutt, Mrs. Henry Eakle, Misses Susie Moss. Susie Anderson, Lou Lyon and Minnie Willis. The house tlemen friends with a "Happy New Year," there ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 January 1900

A CHRIS! AN'S PRAYER. Mv Lofdl 't iM thy work which l would ) An i live my lifo with this ono though! in view: Tin- world with iilt itH wealth can never ifrva 9noh Honor ii the pi-h lleje to live For The . iiH'I'hine KmbaslHdor he!i. Oh( may i both In word Mid action how The iy I feel in that moat sacred oftl', Ami count it my ohtef pride, my life, my all! rtil waat moved to y m- Ah ThOU on i pstbjr, When hutnan suffereri were brought to Thee And bad the blind t noo, the lame lei walk. Ami e'( n the leper olean, the dumb to talk; May I to . six thy faithful servant. seek To hind each broken heart, mipjiort the weak, And In each llfo, however oold and drear, Bring warmth of Chrbitlan sympathy Mid r. The lowliest mortal Thou.Jilid'st nol de - ii Naught was unclean, nor onmmon in Thl yes, An t Thou arl the KSl irnallKlnjrof all A sparrow onnnot o'er unnotined full. Oh, teach me. Lord, the vast and priceless worth Of each I mm i-tal soul, 'hat dwells on earth: And may I ne'er despise ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 January 1900

(Continued from I'ar. -) try f.tUliful ly, a lid waa mre ftbocked at liiinself th;in she Avas at hltn. We do not know wha t account Sally gave of lier visitors, bu t we may be sure that Mattie beard enough to give her a good lesson for all the rest of her life. Whether she learned it or not. history does not say, btl t we may take it for ourselves, remembering what the Irish -man said, The wickedness of the wa r r-ld is mighty improv in if ye ll only take war-r-rnin by it." Had Mattie had an eye to the real worth of her country home, and BOUght to have made it the ideal one she had represented it to be, Tom doubt loss would have admired her 'spirit, cer tainly he would have respected it. h Balt.fcOhb W Ry (Royal Blue Line) 4 Dally Trains Between Cincinnati and Louisville. 8 Daily Trains between Columbus, Washington, Philadelphia, Hitsburg, Baltimore, New York, Pulman Sleepers. Company's Own Dining Cars. Finest equipment ob tainable. O. P. WcCarty, General Pass. Agent, Cincinnati, Oh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 January 1900

1 V THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. Terms - - - - $' Per Year, littered m the poitofltol at Monroe City, Mil toiirl h M00I1Q Hattx mntter. FOR PRESIDENT IN 1900. The Kansas City Times Twen j THE DEMOCRAT S BOUQUETS. ( e City is a good town and. of tieth Century edition which was i Editor Rouse has reason to course. ha good merchants, issued Jan. 1st., is a tine speci he proud of the Christinas num- who are liberal advertisers. men of newspaper work. It Is ber of the Monroe City Demo- Kirksville Journal, chock full of interesting' read CRAT. u is a gem a credit to I The Christmas edition of the ing matter regarding the hus the editor and the town. Han- Monroe City Democrat is a tting city on the Kaw. It also ibal Daily Journal. credit to any printing office, contained tine half tone por- The Monro. f!lt fNfo.l Drm- I Neat and t nil of news and ad- THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1900 ; '"any m vie men w.,o orRAT n, .s OIK. of t,e best vertisement. Perry Enterprise. .t ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 January 1900

A Job lot of Childrens and Boys suits worth 1.00 to fcl.'Ja: for 00c. ROGERS. ' 19 pairs Mens 4.00. ipa.OO and up to $6. 00 pants $3.00 ROGERS. Miss Anna Boulware is visit- MARSHALL WINS. Of the seven cities asking for the colony for the Feeble Mind ed Marshall made the lowest bid andwon. Monroe City did not get a single vote in either ! a few points on this question. of the fifteen ballots to locate j After the Holiday rush has sub the institution. It is no more sided and the entc HOW TO SAVE MONEY. With the beginning of the New Year every one s'.arts out with a resolution to .ave money We will endeavor to give you higher uncle Sran Boul ware s than right that we should ask i chant looks about him and be- i a ir.ily at ferry. I traded for part of the G P. Fow 0 ler stock and am going to close 2 it out at the following prices j which I can well afford to do for it H cost me next to nothing. This 2f part of the stcck is strictly all right p and they, ere great hargeins at the prices ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 January 1900

1 II E D IS MOOR A i . R0U3B, tf. P. HIXSON, Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal -Mo. :r is$4?.D0 aud don't you forget i.. For s.m.k - A second hand heating stove. Inquire .it the Democrat. The most handsome lint- of Lamps ever shown in Monroe City at Kan by & Saunders. Come and see us before (ret ting your bogs killed. We want to make prices to you BALZER & DiRIQO. The Safety Fund Life Asso elation of Bt, Louis is growing rapidly into popular favor and is one of the healthiest life in surance companies in America. It was organised in this city by Monroe City people a few years ago on an excellent plan and while here made a tine growth. Something like a year ago the management thought Si. L juis would lie a bett-r place lor the home office. A handsome suite of rooms was secured iu the Ohemtcal Build ing and the home office was moved from this city to St. Louis. In that city the com pany has kept on growing. It now has offices In Ch...

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