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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 January 1900

Vacation Work Offered age .its in every town to secure subscriptions to the magazine ,"GOOD HOUSEKEEPING." Special commissions and prizes for good workers during July and DininS Cars- Finest equipment August. Write us for inform mation that will interest you. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, SPRINGFIELD, MASS- FOR CALIFORNIA TOURISTS. The Burlington Route has weeklv tourist sleeper excur sions, personally conducted (by a Burlington Route Agent every Wednesday from St Louis, and Thursday from Kan- Bait. & Ohio SWjRy (Koyal lilue Line) 4 Dally Trains Between Cincinnati and Louisville. 8 Daily Trains Between Columbus, Washington, Philadelphia, Hitsburg, Baltimore, New York, Pulman Sleepers. Company's Own ob tainable. lo. P. McCarty, General Pass. Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. G. B. Warfel, Ass't Gen'l. -Pass. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF 1900. X0' 0 A TEXAS WONDER. Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of Hall's Great Discovery cures all Kid ney and bladder troubles, re- ...

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. — 25 January 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J, ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON. City Editor. Terms - - - - $i Per Year, Knteru'i M Mm poitottkn at Monrot CHf, Mil OUfii ti locoflQ OlMI matter. THURSDAY, JAN. 25, 1900 FOR PRESIDENT IN NOV 1900. I'tf HQ - J 7 Y Bom. v.-. .:. ...i ... ANNOUNCEMENTS- ItKPKKHKNTATIVE. Wc iir utliorlwl t-: nnnnneo 8. ft UA88K1 T At. randldaUl f"r Ihe ofBc ut RcpraaenUtlri) of Monroe County; antijot-t to thoaotlon "f the Dtmocmtltt party, Me ;it tile Council room to morrow, FYida v, evenln Work Tor City. Now is the t i mt Jackson hay Monroe 'il v. Four weeks ago I was ad vertisinur holiday goods and asking f,,r n share of youi patronage, The goods I tit and I feel like thanking tin Whole Community for tin liberal share of patronage given m' not only through the noli day season, but through tin 'past year, and now. in entering into a New Business Year and t .N'.-w Century may I ask a con tinuance of your trade? I cany a full stock of Dni.u and Medicines. Paints. Oils ami Wall Papers and i...

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. — 25 January 1900

NEW ROOM! NEW STOCK! I WILL MOVE MY STOCK OF j CLOTHING AND Gent s Furnishing Goods I to the Corner Room in the Proctor Block I about ! FEBRUARY 1st 1900. i My stock will be increased three fold, Drop in and see me now, be sure you me then. see i t 1 : : x 4 Blue Ribbon school Shoes are Come in and pay us what you the Best, sold by Williamson & owe. Herman Levy.! mnummmm'i mt- mm ma mn- Ragsdale, Everything wenl Democratic at the citj' election in Knox ville, Tenn.. Saturday. Bring your Stock and Sale Bills to the DKMOCHAT office. Work iirst class. The most handsome line of Lamps ever shown in Monroe City at RANKY & SAUNDKR8. Sharp & Doni.ky. Mrs. V. M. Ay res of St. Louis is visiting her neice Mrs Louis Nelson of this city. PHOTOS PRICES CUT IN TWO. f will make photos at the fc lowing prices: : : . . : Charles Anderson's valuable bird dog had (its or something home Sunday. else Sunday morning and for fear it might be hydrophobia he shot it. Conn- and see us before iret-...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 January 1900

.H.'MIW I II DV.Mi )CRA Tj 285 vs $47.50 and don't you " 1 forget it. . ;. ROUSE, F. HIX50N, - City, Editor MONROE Oil Y, MO. Fan Ims at 6 Per Gut. Editor LET THE DEAD AND THE BEAU- TIFUL REST. A sensible young lady made the following request of lier friends: "Do not lay me down by the rippling brooltslde lest the babbling lovers wake me from iily dreams, nor in the beautiful cemeteries in the val leys, lest sightseers COOitlg v hn e repHred lo loan minis if $1 .000 or ivore on (to d Im lt,iftVAf1 tiAi'tnu in '.lniipiii 4'iilitifv it 8 ner evat Intercut with small ovt"r epltaplie, distract me; but ftuttuianlo r per rent with j let tny Rlep be under the count out rmunilMiloti ier of the merchant and business men generally who never adver tise. There is the peace that .......11. ..II l.utaJU ....,1 Monroe City, Ma K . ... ,.r .. ' deep sleep on which neither the j buoyant footfall of youth nor the weary shuffle of old age TAX ON SOULS. For years it has been said: The only Way to escap...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 January 1900

There is no other Seed Catalogue so helpful in plain, practical hints as Burpee's Farm Annual It tells the plain truth About nil the best Seeds that Grow, Including; r:uc "New Cicatlons" which can not b" hna elsewhere. It also offers useful new Leaflets ami two " Vest-i'ocket " Guides to Culture,-all given PREE. -Write for the Catalogue TO-DAY I W. ATLEE BURPEE & CO., Philadelphia. City Directory. II. Jfc ST. .TOE TIM 12 TAB Lit V POINTED HAlA(iUAI'HS. As n allure main a man is a success. The aver;if man's conscience is more or less elastic. A good tliinr may be cheap, but a cheap tiling is seldom good. Its a M)or brand of virtue that joes around seeking temp tations. The man who is looking for trouble doesn t have to adver tise lor it. Only the man whose money burns a hole in his pocket has money to burn. The great trouble with some people is they can't depend pounds, arched neck, mild eye thin nostrils, Hat legs, trotting record, three minutes, pacing record, under three minut...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 January 1900

I The Racket .".Oil. This vvctk we will sell you p.-. Granulated Bugar for tl.09, 9 " 1 ; . iv oat meal 2 ll. rtaku hominy 13 ii, . pearl hominy j lbs. soda K.vi i i .miimI roast poire II I' :t t' inn fi .--li earn ;j uiitH fr (itli torn itoos ;i r. !, laundry so ii flood ha '"'i Coal oil Extrfl mineo it l"'- Wo Uti your lutter,o!iand Poultry ami .: i"" ft"!1 '" I2ic. Il. lOo. lie. town. S, Christian, HATCH. Tom Sliulu completed hi job for generics Hros- near this olty Mon j.iv . uneottho best hands in Ralls County. Mr. Hhult has son.o Bnu t ih'iits ainl wo wager that where ever lie uo In; will be well likud by all In' fts. Weather line ami everybody busy. (i n. .It men ami Miss Annie Fore man. "I Hunnewell, will u married at tlw i Idenee of the brides home, Wedn Kilay. The bride is a neiee of Mr-. Ii. s. Hooper of this olty. 'I'm -ii- will be mass at Brush Ootk Sunday. Our ti l. phone line Will soon be con- strueted' It will be of great advant age in o ir little city iih we will ba...

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

I v j 3 otC . MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 12, Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. '-EBRUARY 1, 1900. If one ian's mm PI In Monroe, 1 he Queen of tho JAEGER'S Prairies, BiC HARDWARE STORE. I uctical Illustration City is a good point 1 business man. we Mowing indisputable As a tbat Mom for any g give the t facts: Io 1884, Jaeger came to this city and purchased a small hardware, store and implement business. With him Ue brought his interesting family, consist ing of wife, three sons and one daughter. At the time he began business bis stock of goods amounted to about 12500. Both doors of bis store room contained 2,520 square feet and his ware room 5100 square feet. As the years ilitted by the stock increased and one by one his sons were taken into the store. Last year it was found that the business and stock had increased to such an extent that new quarters must be found and found they were lor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 February 1900

W UK' E IS THE FLAG OP EN ( iLAND? Ami th wind ol the world made un- 8 WIT, North, n.mtli and oMt :ml welt Wherever lliere's wealth to csovot Or luii'l that nan ho posMmsndi Whei'RV r hit -stv n To oosen, ooeroe ami oRi'e Ye uliall :imi the vaunted pnlgn; For tii" Kniiltah flag l there! 'Ay. it wavt'n o'er tho biasing hovel Whence African vietitm By. T he h ' l .v ophn!ve bullets, o to v. Ushedl.v Ktarve and die) A il whom ill" beachcomber tarritu Uloi of the -outlH rn .-.it At tli H ak of hellish vessel ' I ;- ti. KimlUli flrtg Hies five, "The Maori With lii- bl And if. A n At- hC sills full oft Imili cnined it. Uan.'l dying breath! :, i,;,- hi---1 his hatred ii hi- fold- in death. Tin- helping f.-iiuii has rearee 11 On Tel-ol-Keblr'i! parched plain, Ami the Zulu's blood hn -i ilnded ll . W: i .. p, Ini mo stain. f ptllaw of ! 1 1 :i i : mnraudo "It lia lie it ii or seen It. - 1 nl 'l O'er l" ii 1 1 i . is with sword ami flame, upon ruthless slaughter dir. and grim! V id ;ln- As be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 February 1900

Vacation TOT Offered ageats in every town to secure subscriptions to the magazine "GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.' Special commissions anj prizes for Bait. & Ohio SW,Ry (Koyal Blue Line) 4 Dally Trains Between Cincinnati and Louisville. 8 Daily Trains between Columbus, Washtngti m, Philadelphia, Hitsburg, Baltimore, New York, I'ulman Sleepers. Company's Own fHF GREA1 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OH 1900. F- K VSH-BB good workers during July and ! mmS Cars Finest equipment ob August, Write ua for inform mation that will interest you. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, SPRINGFIELD. MASS- POP tainable. O. P McCarty, General Pass. Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. G. B. Warfel, Ass't Gen'l. .Pass. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. CALIFORNIA Burlington TOUR! VIS. The Burlington Route 1ms weeklv tourist sle per excur sions, personally conducted (by a Burlington Route Agent every Wedues lay f ro:n Si Louis, and Thursday from Kan sas City and Sc. .Joseph to Los Angeles and San Franscisco. The route is via Denver. Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake Ci...

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

r THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. Pi HIXSON, City Eiiior. Terms - - - - $i Per Year Kiuenvl at th poitodlve ! MonfM city. Mil ROUFli us VQOOIKI OlMfl UN' I : i THURSDAY, FFB. 1, 1900 FOR PRESIDENT IN NOV . J. IsllVA V. Hoy. w ANNOUNCEMENTS. REPRE8KNTAT1 V K. Wt nr. Hllthnrlcl t RIMOIlnftc s. H. IIAUKTT At a Mndldatt tor ths nfficeof Kcprwculallvii f Monros county ; subject to thv action f Ihv Democratic! party. The their States people mu liberty in lliis year. it Htflit f the Unite Take as many shares as you can in the Jackson Hay Loader Company. It will pa . Special legislation in terests of the favored what our Republican give America. the in few is friends The sympathy of the liberty loving American people is with the Boers. Mark, Mack & Co.. are hoping for British success. There is no reason why Mon roe City should nut have tli'' Jacksoi Elay Louder factory. There are many good, reasons why it should he here. Do your part toward securing ;it. Republicans now have an op ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 February 1900

FOR 10 DAYS WE WILL SELL YOU Clothing, Overcoats, Duck Coats, Blankets, Underwear, Felts and Overs AT COST FOR CASH. To make room for new JS Spring Goods, Now is the time to save money Do you owe us any thing, so come in and settle up. Sharp & Donley. Andie Terril, a realeatate man, ot Rushville. 111., was a business visitor in the city Mon day. The farce: "A Pair of Luua tlca" at Opera House Feb. 8, is alone worth the p"'" " of Admis sion. Don't fail tl ee it. 10 Days X Only 0 Days Only Come and see us before get tiny our hoys killed. We want to make prices to you. Balzgb & Diuigo. Absolutely Perfect are the pictures of the Jeffries Sharkey tight at Opera House Feb. 2nd. 15 and 25 cents. More than a score of "Old Maids" at the Opera House Fab. 8. bee them, .augb and nelp the Public Library. How will it end? Bismark once said: South Afiica will be the grave of the British Em pire. FOR SALE! For sale or trade, a buggy as good as new. Apply at this office. 'PHOTOS PRICES CUT I...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 February 1900

ill DEMOCRAT $286 rs$47.R0 and don't you forget it. . R0U6E, Editor I . MIX50N. MONROE CITY, MO Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Citv, f'Jitor Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. Miss Bliia Rouse returned home Saturday after two weeks visit with her sitter, Mrs. T. P. f(,r Mlddleton, at Winfleld. thanka. After spend ins five weeks Bonnet t J pleasantly with relatives at Thomas Hayes, of Edison Neb., semis a Shining wheel J the Democrat. Many or:., nrmo LjUUUU (11 U III U f hn prepared t loitti sums uf IH1 .OOO op morn on v. "d I to proved farms in Monroe ('ountji at Slier cent Itilerml with small com 11 i--.ini, or J per rent with out eommiMlon. J. L HELSOH & CO, Monroe City, Mo. Hon. W. S. NfcCltntic was a business visitor in tlie Bluff City Friday. William Hunerwadle and W 'J' Youell wre business visitors in the Bluff City Monday. The Booers carry iln ir Bibles and hymn books to the front, stuck and Fuqua & Sou the hut they do nol Interfere with Spalding home of 90 acres at in Bngllsh Indian C...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 February 1900

There is no other Seed Catalogue so helpful s.n plain, practical hints as Burpee's Farm Annual It tells tin- plain truth about all the bctt Seeds that Grow, Including rare "New Creations" which can not in- haa elsewhere. II also offer s useful new Leaflets and two " Vesl-loeket " Guides to Culture, all given FREIi. -Write f..r the Catalogue TO-DAY I W. ATLBB BURPBB & CO., Philadelphia. CUIilOUS FACTS ABOUT 1900. For the curious in suoll m il -tors the year 1900 will he the one hundred and twenty-fourth year of American independence until next Fourth of July, when it becomes the one hundred and t wenty fifth. 1 1 i-, t he year 5000 of the Jewish era until sun set on Sept. 28. when it becomes the live thousaml six hundred and sixty-Iks! . It is the year i 2260 of the Japanese era. and J the thirty third of the Meiji period. Until May 1 it is t he year 1817 of the liegira, or Mos lem era, the year 1818 beginning on that day. Jan. 1. 1900, is tile two million tour hundred and lit te...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 February 1900

The Racket This week wc will sell you 18 Hi-, s inundated Mupar ior It " 1 2 Ibe. " . i i flieiil 2 K li n.oo. Me. CoAl ' 'i I Extra tt"u 1 Wo buy on i' l mem Hi IOc. can. lliul lm n. rlii "A V r, i 'gjtt AMU 1 'oil I'.ry tli tin any Iioiimo in j msuan. INDI N CREEK. V. '. HpaUllnir aold muloa to Ned Hojfnn, of Audrain County lust Batui'day. Rob) ymilli (urn in from Nebraska laii mvfe in vi-it his liomefolk and many frlondi. Miss I In fin, of Monroe was visiting friends near this place Sim day. Fred Hayden. r Vlutor, visited relative tit Indian Creek Saturday ami Sunday. Clarence Williams, f Kansas city is visiting the family of 'Squire Wil liams. R. (.'. Hays went to Audrain Coun ty on business last week. Y. ('. Spill ling wont in Paris Mon day. Messrs Tompkins and Baker, mule buyers trom Long tlranuh were in Swlnkoy last Saturday. There was a very pleasant surprise party at J. M. Pike's last Friday niffht. Will Spalding Paris tliis week. attending eourt in linn of Major 'arts, was...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 February 1900

M ON ROE CITY r m DEMOCRA' Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe atif JicHs Counties. VOL. 12, MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900. Subscription, $1.00 Pti Veor NO. 45 THEY WONT WORK. CHRISTY UN DliRHILL DEAD. "Negroes unable to get work, J San Fkuxaxoo PAMPANOA, are begging bread amongst lit; I Plto vkxc K, JANUARY !t. 1!00. HlRAM UNOBRRILL, Esq. MONROB City Mo. Dkau Sir: ft is.witb the deepest regret The above is an excerp from a letter dated Monroe City, Jan. "J", signed by Cova and published in tin- Shelblna Democrat Jan. 81, 1900. It reads , , svmniltlv th..t T.,.n eom. TO OUR SISTER CHUCHBS AND THE PUBLIC." Under the above heading, the First Bapl ist ( ?) Oburch of Mon I roe City. Mo., recently circulat led . OR C11 Y OFFICERS. Pile Citj Democratic central compos d on iittee which is ol I iyor S. North. J. W. John sto A. D. Hell. D. D. MeKon. through the newspapers '' K.Campbell and Dr. A. '.V. lerwise. a trarbled state-1 El...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 February 1900

"BACK THERE IN OL' MISSOURY." Jatnea Barton Adama. In tha Denver Poat. Back there in old Mlaaourjrl How the tnetnorlea i( oling 'Hound tbo itnte with tender feelln' and the oul jni aeemi t hinp SonH of hallelujrcr irladneaa, ntxl the heart wu on h ipree, Danoln' jnim to the music of eaoh soulful tnelody( Beotna to generate a yearnln' iti feller'a lonin' breaet A he think about the pleaeurei awarmln' round the ol1 home neat An' he fi'uix a lciitc a prlngin' In the floodgatea of bla eyet Ah the watera of emotion from the Oryttal fountains rise. Hack there in oli Mttaoury, where the acorna tumble down, When the hickory nuts are fallin" an' the leaves are turnin' brown When the persimmons lianc like golden nutfets in the trees, And the luoloUl pawpaws ripen in the frost he-jeweled breeze When the odor of the 'possum tempts the native; appetite, An' the barkln1 ol the 'eoon dog wakes the echoes of the night; Tell yon what, it makes a feller seem homes iekly like an' iiueer When he thinks...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 February 1900

Vacation Work Offered age .its in every town to secure subscriptions to the magazine "GOOD HOUSEKEEPING." Special commissions and prizes for good workers during July andtainable August. Write us for inform mation that will interest you. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, SPRINGFIELD, MASS- Bait & Ohio SWRy (Royal Blue Line) 4 Dally Trains Between Cincinnati and Louisville. 8 Daily Trains Between Columbus, Washington, Philadelphia, Hitsburg, Baltimore, New York, NEWSPAPERS. The amount of money invc-t-ed in the large metropolitan newspapers, and the cost of running same is far greater than many people Imagine. The Globe-Democrat In its Sun day issue alone uses three car loads, or 100,000 pounds, of pa per. Unless the monthly re ceipts exceed $100,000 no money is being made. This indicates th great expense necessary to earrv on nnrh .-i nlnnt UTtillu Pulman Sleepers. Company's Own th,8ls true of thfl Qobe W(. IMmIm Oi a ; a . . LJiiiiii" vai. riiicM equipment uu hncp un rlmih 11... ovti tit. piotn...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 February 1900

THE DEMOCRAT (,,ir BPWcan friend.- are in ,-.. control of the American iiv- eminent and the trusts) and money power are In control of the Republican party. There- fore, t tie United States govern ment is controlled by the mon ey power and trusts. Cm the people expect the robbers to pass i.vs which will protect the people trom the robbers? W. J. ROUSt', Editor. R. P, HIXSON, City Edi'cr. Terms - - - - $i Pf Year, ,leik'UX.ii K0KP000X000yi00'000 0Kr VZZ Entered uL the poitoSI siMiri. as lOOOtl it Monte Ollfi Mi MI Mutter. LEVY'S THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1900 FOR PRES1 DENT IN NOV Cash Clothing Store. IIos. W. .!. IIHTAS. All over the country the sen timent i n favor of a whipping post law Is growing. The peo ..I.. ...... ... I , ... . .... I J'll- .Ill' HOW Uellllllll 1" MtC thai it is needed very much. It fij will save the tax payers ihous- J amis of dollars in criminal costs and board bills tor petty crimi nals. Besides it will greatly reduce the number of crime .. ANNOUNCEMENTS- WjPHESENT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 February 1900

IGOEBEL IS DEA K R n Drug stock full and complete nT ivXTto at the Old Reliable Drug House fnO 1 V f5 of U. u. Woou. ,3flL R R its Is. R R R R A. JAEGER Is in his New Quarters and alive to the ol the People and ready to Supply their The SHELF HARDWARE, HEAVY HARDWARE, STOVES AND TINV IE Come iii and pay us what you I owe. Sharp & Donlby, Over 2 dray loads New Wall Paper already received at Li. O. Wood s Stocks are complete. If you wish to p call, if not then drop in and see me. tse The bans anuouncinir the 1 approaching nuptials of Wll- perlonco, lium Elliott a: . .....as Agnes will spur. m i i . , .... . i. iKenave oeen published. The Your i happy event will occui the 14th. Dr. Asbury, one of the hust lers for the Safety Fund Life Association is spending the week in this city with his family- The Ladies of the Christian Church gave a Dimr Social at Mrs. VV. VV. Lunginire's Thurs day evening, it was a very en joyable affair and tliey netted b Gu. I have Taller j . i)iiiio i Ion ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 February 1900

1BE DEMOCRAT W. ). ROUSE, - Editor R. F. HIX50N. - City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. Dr. Hornback. Oculist Aurist. HaonibaK Mo. and Fan Loans it 6 Per Cent. We have prepared to lonn sums of 91.000 or more on ;. im proved fnriiin in Honroe Conntjf lit B percent Interest with small eomtntMioti, or percent with out eonimii nlon, He la :!l t. weight T J. A. ... r & Mo. Tim 1 iritis was 10 per c For Clove go to .. i . C. P. Paris, jf I Florida, pa id the visit Thursday. 1 loss on Spion lit. or 1.9i)0 r a ni 1 ( ; reen. mi itnv seed tails (!)., near Demo sbat a Don't miss the Street Parade of Si Perkins, Saturday, Feb. 10th. Melsou i: Son shipped a car load of mules to Brunston, S. C. Judge J. T. Peery. of Shelby ville, was looking after business In this city. Monday. The best Rural Comedy Drama on the road "Si Perkins-' Percy Jones, of St. Louis, is visiting the homefolk la this city. lie is )ust recovering from a long spell of typhoid fever. WHERE IS JOSHUA? We are afraid our old friend...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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