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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 January 1900

COLBERT'S CATCHUP. The Pastor's Team; Ol course lie lias ne. What else would keep liim awake so many hours each night? He lias a great field to till, and no other lias a right to ex pect such a harvest. But what ol the team. Well, We will let th pastor describe the members thereof himself. . My team consists of a varie ty of speed and draft person ages. The speedy ones are capable of doing errands for the church and the needy world, but often they prove unreliable iira great emergency. There is siste.- Jerkv, who j on would think- by the way she paws the ground to (jet started, would be swift to speed mes sage, but her shoulders seem tender and when the pull comes she pulls backward more than forward. She says she won't pull forward because the team don't give her credit for making plans tor them. Sister Sadly Grumble says everything is wrong with the team, harness and driver We have tried poultices, and all kinds of soft pads on her harness without avail, and we do not hope that sh...

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. — 4 January 1900

COUNTY LINE ITEMS. A very cold wave him visited this vicinity. Mom people are talking of putting Hp ice. Melton Jones and Harry Wilson, of near Tulip, visited relatives in Monroe and Kalis Co's this week. Lewis Dodd and wife came up last Sunday to spend ( 'hristmas with ''old lolks at home." H, c. Underbill is on the sick list. Clay Underbill made a business n ip to Hannibal Monday. Leek Melton came over and spent nristma with home folks. He re- irned to Qllinoy Tuesday to complete school course. Clay Uuderhill improved the ap earance ( his dwelling recently by giving it u new coHt of paint. Monday gave the quails liberty again. Most every one has enjoyed at toast one day's hunt. ANOTHER BAPTIST CHURCH. The following "Declaration , was read in the First Baptist Church of Motiroe City, Mo. on the night of the 20th of Dec , 1899: and after which, while singing "Stand up for Jesus," from 65 to 70 withdrew from the Church and subscribed their names to said DECLARATION. In as much as the...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 January 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. VOL 12. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. MONROE CITY, MlSSDUici, T.-TJRSDAY, N J?Y , COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. rat 2288 RETAINS HER PRESTIGE CITY THE ayor s. AN l 11 session. Aldermen J. W. Be!l, A. Boul ware. D. A. Ely, J. H. Grady, J. s. Scott and I). D. Melson were present and N rl h in i lie cbair. CLA l US PRESEN PB5D LOWED. Ben CuramlngS) digging laying pipe to Ore w S. North Salary J. '. Belt alderman salary A. Boulware ' I). A. Etty J. I!. Grady ' l). i). Melson " J. S. SoOtt " ' Geo. W. Tompkins salary olty it. u wooakon salary city attorney 12 fib W. H. Wilson salary chief fire dept. 10 oo J. W. Stephen salary clii-f of police 80 oo J. A. Hloktnan salary special police .......J 5 IK) J. 13. Maddox salary quarintino.Hj 00 v. s. Turner rent oouncil room.. Id o I i; mey & Saunders sun Irios.. ...:i :; H. !'.. Linn cash, s. T. Yeagerdhfging two Bra wells LAN ') W. X, Maddux runt for engtm roo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 January 1900

'.lust as you pleate. sir -just as you please." sail Marilyn, in a rage. "I am a mere tool in your hands!" "That's it, exactly," said l. So signed the will and went home to Clara. Hut whether I live an litiuont raan, i "Oh. Paul, you must not die!" And hold m.y lntwity Brm in my unit! Clara, with a scared look. when I tolii her what I had WHAT DOES 1 1 WAT I ER? It mattorfl little, win ro I dm born. Or II my pan nl vmra rich or poor: Whether they t - l i from the oold world's Doom, Oi walked In the pride of wealth te- li . li Wi. i' Or I'.. I Bui wli eh, hi, my brothi It rnatUim nm i . phiin :ii I done, "Nobody ever loved me as truly and generously as you have done, ami I don't know what I nhould do if you were ta ken a way !" "There was young Birmlnjf' ham. if all reports wert.- true I mischievously remarked. A mere butterfly." she said, haughtily, "without either bruins or principle! Paul, Paul, I I have found a shelter in your ; ti ne, loving heart, and I mean Vnireiol Death eomo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 January 1900

Vacation Work Offered age at s in every town to secure subscriptions to the magazine "GOOD HOUSEKEEPING." Special commissions and prizes for good workers during July and August. Write us for inform mation that .vill interest you. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, SPRINGFIELD. MASS FOR CALIFORNIA TOURISTS. The fJurliuirton Route has weeklv tourist sleeper excur sions, personally conducted (by a Burlington Route Agent every Wednesday from St Louis, and Thursday from Kan sas City and St. Joseph to Los Angeles and San Franscisco. The route is via Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City with 98 per cent, sunshine through out the year. Ask Ticket Agent or write, L. W. Wareley, General Passenger Agent. St. Louis, Mo. THIRTY-DAY TOURS OF MEXICO February, 1900. First tour leaves Buffalo, Chicaco and St. Louis, Febru ary 1 1th. Second tour leaves Toledo, February 28tb. These tours are made in spec ial trains of Pullman Palace Cars, comprising Ladies' Libra ry and Observation car, Draw ing Room and Compartme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 January 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W, J. R DUSB, Editor. R. r'. HIXSON, Citf Editor. Terms - - - - P' Vear j giiiaro'l H th P -t H ' 'I ""-'"' City, .tiiri. n- 'i.ti-t i'Ih.-'H iitatifr. THURSDAY, JAN. 11, WOO FOB PRESIDENT IN NOv' 190Q The goods I had like thanking tlx no, w. j. nnTii. Do' lars II : Democracy If gold at I fl I ' ' I, for silver and Republic in policy is I or the poor man In oiv thf taxes. Organise llrvan school district ,s in every Prosperity ol the brand in not the kind peritv for the masses, I) it now. present pros A sin nd i nir army of 100,000 men will be a big burden on the people. The American people arc be in robbed every second f rr the benefits of the trusts, Or :' i II is! ' Monroe Oil work. Let r u Club in us get to Two weeks ago 1 was ad vertising holiday goods and asking for a share of youi pa i rona (ie. and 1 feel Whole Community for the liberal share of patronage given me. not only through the boll dav season, but throu-'h tin past year, and now. in entering into a New b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 January 1900

6 day more fi Special sale at Rooms. J. H. Willis and wife spent yesterday with Palmyra friends. 2W. vs 47.50 and don't you forget it. Boys 2 piece suits 90c. Rogers. A. H. Willis sjent Tuesday in Palmyra with old friends. FOR SALE OR 1 RADE. An BO acre farm for sale. En quire at this office. James Hardy, of Lakenan, came down Tuesday for a days pleasure with old friends. All our Coats at 20 per cent Discount for 0 days at ROOBBS Harry McClintic was looking Walter Hume left Tuesday Miss Annie Ridings spent a after his business interests in i on his lirst commercial trip for 1 few days with friends at Han- Palmyra yesterday. Rare offering in short length Dress Goods for 6 days more. Rogers Bring your Stock and Sale Hills to the Dumockat office. Work first class. TWO BLIND MICE. Judge C. P. McOarty had quite an experience and flight In U . . - I IV! . C a ... t ... . and $10.00 Suits fo-S7.50 for 0 i business interests at Appleton " .JT T 11 . ,Y , w 1J " ""- itii ii 1 1 i kj n lib iw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 January 1900

THK DUMOCKA I Pari Loans at 6 Per Cent. w. ;. ROUSE, - Editor k. P. HIX50N, MONROE CITY, MO. A BACHELOR'S REFLECTIONS. afatrimouy m-i is martyrdom. The most HERE TOO. THE The blank paper on which BURLINONON ROUTE BEST LINE. West: to Kansas City, St. V li-.ivo ii i . tit ri .1 In. hi sums llllll HI women rji. .. of Wl .OOP or more on iro l i i it vuy, mhi ... " ,. .;, sliow some iirovi-il farms in Mooroi" County s at S percent Interest with small clothes only when they're off ....s-.tisi u-u.rv The Democrat Leader is print lw Z J' . unsatisiauorj i jogeph, Omaha. Nebraska, . .,, ; 1 h 1 1 1 1 ,. ed COStS almost twice as much ' r ten is that tlie Denver. Utah. Pacific Coast. of their nrettiest 88 ll ear a' e d) r Lu n m 1 i a ,i uk ii (MLiucsi Weekly California Excursions. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, (laniiibul, Mo, J, M Uoulwaie was a Quincy visitor Thursda v. 288 I's -;l7."ti forget i . . Ri was n iiness city Thursday. I'm: Sam-: A Phillip li ,i nd don't you . h. of Emden, vis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 January 1900

There is no other Seed Catalogue so helpful in plain, practical hints as . lurpeef s Farm Annual irelliatu nt nil the h,'-t s-'' ' i I) w. Iml Kl'tia tmr "New Cnntlwm" ll i .t'l not be had , Ii, if. Il a! itlt i s ii 11 w l.iMifl. m mi l inn " Veiit-Pacbel " i i? to t u ; mi , - n given run.. r Write (ut tbe Cntnlogue T0.0AY I j 'V. ATLRB BURPBR A co., Philadelphia. City IMreotor.v H.tlT. JOB TIHK TAI'.I.K OOtNO FART. No. WCbleggo ii 'i. C. Ml Mayor , Samuel Nortli " 1-OblOttfO A Kj,C. Kx) Polloe Judge W.9,BteraM. t-Brookflll to q'oy Alton . Marshal IW. Stephen! ' in st. Urals X. U. at Denver City Attorney It L. Woodson, f WLooal Pi eight OttpOlorli Oeo. W. Torapklni, QMy Treasurer, ...ii. k. Linn. sat. Collector j. e. Ptsh. No. M CBieStS ti K. 0. 1 Ii AseestOf A K Kntle.lL'e : -i:i,I.,..i K n Ban tfeet OomtnlulOMf J, n. J annuo. " S Deliver AtBSRMgtti KlrNt Ward J. g, Beott J II. " Ii -Ht. Lenta. K baiin 0fdPI ' t HLoMl Prelshl ' 7:1 Proighl ... BROWN & ELY, 1 Mm. PHYSICIAN and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 January 1900

INDIAN CREEK. MARKET REPORT. i flying trip rjattle Ho J ' v. (' Ji K:ui" mat tf Uiilnov liut Friday. . ;ood time reported by Uioso who attended the party givaaat tbo bome ol Maroullua Wlmaatt on the; evening f Jan. Ith. Tho literary looioty of the EX&yi oliuol began th'jir meettnjffl last Prl tiny night. SV alter Bagan and wife loft Mon dav for Oltlalio na where the will n- 1 msi l until npi'lng ami if the oountr) mil them will reside permanently. I'd I turtle ty and Minn Cora Snvtlei George Hoagland has ,ovc,l T F f "E "Ef jfF from the urnvi'il v I firm it I v rC I ; cupied by f ti-rl Wood at the! .j.UO(" 1.20 cor. f .Main and Fourth St. to the Pendleton property at the , cor. of Second and Washington Streets. s Sheep ;i 00f4.50 Ducks 4c BffgM 141c rurkeya Be " W IJon'c fortret that the Richel- ! " - "c ! ieu Canned Qoods are the finest I Chickens 5D:. I packed. A little fancy for (Jeese Ic ! everyilay, but tin y have no liens.. 4fcj equal for any special occasion. JCfl w SI Tl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 January 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 12. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1900. NO. 42. SEARCH LIGHT TURNED ON, To Our Sister Churches The Public. and As various reports have gone forth in regard to our Church trouble and numerous articles have been published which are misleading. we take this method of informing vou of the facts, as gathered from the church minutes and other sources which culminated in the seccession movement and that modern card playing and dancing had nothing to do with whatever. August 30th. '99, at a called meeting of the church to take the sense of the members, as to whether these amusements were right or wrong, a motion was made and seconded, that we have nothing further to do with the question. The motion was lost and a vote taken, de claring modern dancing and card playing were wrong, by a vote of 85 to 5. A resolution was offere...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 January 1900

WB PAR I El I IN SILENCE. We parted in silence, wo parted ly Sight, On the banks ot that lonely rlvorj Where the fragrant limns tltolr boughs unit". We mot and we purled forever! The night-bird mnst, and the Blurt n bove Told tnativ ;i to iclitnti i ry, Of friends Uuik passed i" '1"' kingdom oT lovu, Where tiro soul wears it mantle of glory. We parted ii Willi tlt( t trolling! We vowed W forget, And tliOH?" ooniiol i i 1 Kill Mm II li Of I M ! Are RH colt And Hint eye brine, Has shrouded ltd llr i forever. And now on the ml Inlulii sky i look, And my hearl prows tub of wi eplng; Kurd star i-1 to mo n sealed book, Borne t ale of t lial loved one keeping) Wi part 'I In sllonee wo parted In tears, On the banks of thai lonely rlveri But the odor and Moo it ol tho.iu by t eon- never at t i eelier i the sounda aa thai lonoly river, thai Imatitlful spirit's gone j ear Sllllll liail'' o'l T it- waters forever, MrH Crawford WENNA POLWENNA. iiy made off. laughing, "Ni t even while wltchns',"'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 January 1900

f Vacation Work Offered sgc.its in every town to secure subscriptions to the magazine "GOOD HOUSEKEEPING." Special commissions and frizes for good workers during July and August. Write us for inform mation that will inter si you. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, SPRINGFIELD i tfA5 FOR .li-OUNI IS I S. Bait. I Ohio SW. Ry (Royal Blue Line) 4 Dally Trains Between Cincinnati and Louisville. 8 Dally Trains Between Columbus, Washington, Philadelphia, Hitsburg, Baltimore, New York, Pulman Sleepers. Company's Own I ilni ig Cars. Finest equipment ob tainable. O. P. WcCarty, General Pass. Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio, B. Warfel, Ass't Genl. 'Pass. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. THE CRBA1 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OP 1900. S"HEY rtiERE!" The wars ; hen tofore, of America have, settled k Hairs of I state. Great question of policy, I of national motives and nation al conclusions have been an swered as soon as tne battle smoke cleared a why, and the victor realised his victory. The Iwarwljth Spain is unlike its . predecessors. I...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 January 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. ! ROUSE, Editor. R. F. H1XSON. City Editor. Terms - - - - $1 Per Vear. j mariri nt Ihu p.Mlm!0 nl Monro city. Mix j Mlllfl) u- uirimn (lid H mnttir. THURSDAY, JAM. 18, 1900 IRKHIPKN I t- wui ; 1900. t X - - L i Ilott. v .:. ;.i.van. Sm;tsli the tur iff that protects the t rusts. Bimetallism will he an issue this yenr. Monroe City must have a Bus iness Men's Association. Democracy must be very care fnl in selecting her nominees. Every voter should read Coin on Money, Trusts and Imperial ism. Democracy recognizes rights of money hut is fighting lor hntnan rights, the also TWO weeks ago I was ad VertiftinR holiday foods and asking for a sliare of your patronage, The goods I hao and I feel like . thanking the Whole Community for the ibera share o na t lona !' i- Lriven me. not only through tlx' holl day season, but through the past year, and now. in entering into a New Business Vear and a New Century may J ask a con tinuance of your trade? I carry a full stock of Drugs a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 January 1900

HSHHHHMBHHiH V Mi m Hi 'i vl ' T I III Hi lb t, Hi t A M Ui lb lb b lb lb Oi lb lb lb 1 NEW ROOM! NEW STOCK! I WILL MOVE MY STOCK OF CLOTHING AND Gent's Furnishing Goods to the Corner Room in the Proctor Block about FEBRUARY 1st 1900, My stock will be increased three fold, Drop in and see me now, be sure you see me then, iV M m hi m n m m lb lb b n n m 9S8S vs $47.50 and don't you Forget il. J. S. Scott was a buslne itor in Palmyra Saturday. vis- if yon owe Hi on account please settle :ii iiic. A. liotilwnrc v Bon. Esq, Ceo. H. Engie, of Sliiel, was a business visitor in tlie city Tuesday. o, a. me i sun returned innn the sunny southland yesterday morning. The most handsome line of Fjji m is ever shown in Monroe City at RAN BY S VUNDER8. Hun V. 8. McCHntlc left Bat urday for Fort Worth, Tex., where lie will attend tin Live Stock Association as a delegate. FOR SALE. One graded two-year-old Hereford Bull. Fuank l). Proctor. W. W, Longmire was a bust ness visitor in New London Tuesday....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 January 1900

Til !! ' I' w. ;. R0U5B, K. P. HIX50N, Editor Cily, Hditor Continued from Brat pajrc. preliminary business, Rev. J. H. j Boor, subject to any charges Oil draw and as many as endorsed Terrill preferred charges against Immorality to which other mem Woodson i paper and wished to Search Light Turned On. IjV). ()t tne members. Sisters jbers were subject. .1. B. Kris- fotlow could do so: and, singing what wrong Lutie Proctor, Hawk MONROE CITY, MO. Far Loans at 6 Per CM. uv prn at , eonir Oil! I i- f - ' i f llllirr ti . mi i n tl otiroe en Inl In lonii sums i Im- with mii ill i!i with A. ml bbUfi 6! b lie then asked these four men had done 01 what mls-dnrieano they had committed, and for what they were called before this body. The Pastor stated that Un charges were in the previous minutes and need not be read. The clerk Ws asked to read the pummonfl calling these four members before this body. The clerk read the following! Moved by Bro. .1 H. Terrill 1 1. a i we ad oum to meet next Monday...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 January 1900

There is no other Seed Catalogue so helpful in plain practical hints as Burpee's Farm Annual ll i:i - lh plain train nti ml nil tho haul s N that (. ,w, Inrliidins rare " New Cnntloim" wntrlicttn not he had elwwheit, M ri useful new Leaflet mi. I Iwn " Yi .t-iViUci " 1. 1. mi.". toCuhare,- ii glvan riMJ:. V Write for in Catalogue To day 1 W. ATLBfl BURPBB & Co., Philadelphia. city Directory. Hi ST, JOB T1MIC TAI5M CITY "PflCIAI.S. Miyor I'.p. Ice Judffi Raaaclrlortli w..it. Iteren. ""t j w. Staph Mil Utornei City clerk . Oltjf TrMurar .t'ollfclnr AttMMOf StfsatRomtnh iloner Pint w.ii.i j. Ohaup Clark proves bitnself the tnu friend of education and I a f re press by Introducing a; bill in Congress to place paper and the materials that enter into its manufacture od the free! list. Bat it will receive no de Cent attention from the present i Congress, which is the pliant ! tool of the trusts, it is aston ishing that in this aye of Intel ligence ami in a country that j loves to boast...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 January 1900

INIjI AN CREEK. Born -To the wife ol BMll Hftyi", .1 miliary 1 llli, 11 girl. The infant daughter ofOioar Comba .ml wifu died t tha bona f Mr.-. Combs' parent In Audrain oounty I :it wiH'h aii'l was lirotilit 10 Indian I ret'K for burial. Mr. Hin, of SttOthoF v if i t mI Will Bpftlding anil family IlUt BUB lay. 'J'lic literary ioolety of the liny school will randdF a dIoo program MXt Friday night, V. T. Ryan purchased 7i) hovm of land from. Mr-. LUllfl O'Danlel lust week. MeidaitcM J. T. and v. (.'. Spalding pent tbe Brat of the week with Mrs. John Kelley who is in St. Mary's Hospital in Quinoy. Dr. A. W. Mil.-s and wife, of Stontavllltti were visiting the family of John Buekman Sunday. .1. r. itogera was aim: to resunn his dlltlea at tin: Buekman si:hool last week. The pie and pound party at Charley lii'wii lu-t I rnlay I'i'i'iiinjf was a very enjoy a) le affair. Dr. . . sprinkle was visiting hla daughter. Miss Carrie, last Sun day. T. P. I fay den anil wife and Dan Stewart arc amo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 January 1900

7 c 1 MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. VOL. 12. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1900. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. NO. 43. INFANTCIDE. Miss Ktliel Taylor, an Alri can bellfl of this city, gave birth to a strong male child Dec. :;. 1899. The question now is, Where Oh where has the little one gone? Ethel and her mother, Fannie Taylor, say the little one took sick, died and was buried in the yard by Eth el's brother doe, but as Joe was boarding with the Sheriff in Paris at the specified time, that was impossible. It was also impossible to find a grave in the yard. As neither the grave nor the body of the infant could be found, it is thought that Ethel or her mother or both of them killed the kid and then cremated the body. The two women had a hearing before Judge J. C. Gentry Saturday morning and bound over in the sum of !p:i00 each for their ap peavance before the grand jury. In default ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 January 1900

All WHO si I M I SAY' night. Perhaps l might nave hf nowing as I did. that she wan mho .hull what h ii and heav contemplated greater intimacy , a modeBt and naturally reticent th, iii tins I can harmy say. woman, that ner reason was up But 1 discovered that Holds net. l felt actually in for a i n an-, Or when or bow r where? And ii shall s;iy Whsi constitutes nn entrance fee or bar To perfect happiness m Judgement day? And who can understand the things a! iovo? A bird knows not the structure ol it., winy. Ami heart m may hovoi u love And in vi r learn the secret of lu Spring, And fti.u -li;i!l beoiu'ute the false and trucV Prom thl side. worth was calling often and ; moment. bank that he was exceedingly seri ous about tiu- matter. So I ceased my visit. I did not care t Interfere with another man's happiness When I was in a state of more r less IndlfTer ence about the outcome of my round tin- font temperate courtsblpi I therefore ceased to navanv marked at- tention lo the girl, only ...

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