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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 February 1900

There is no other Seed Catalogue so helpful in plain, practical hints as Burpee' sFarm Annual It tells (he plain truth nhout nil the best Seed! that Grow, including rare "New Creations" which can not he had elsewhere. It also offers useful new I.eaflcls and two "Vest-Pocket" Guides to Culture, all given FREE. 49-Write for the Catalogue TO-DAY I W. ATI. I I! BURPEE A CO., Philadelphia. City Director. CITY opi-i iai.s. Mayor Police Judge Mnrsbal '. City Attorney City Clerk City Treasurer Collector AaseBaor Street Commissioner ... Aldermen: First Wai i Grady: Second Ward-D. A. F v. J. W. ...Samuel North W. B. Btcrens. J W. Stephens . R. L Woodson, fio. W. Tompkins. H. E. Linn. . J. E. Fish. ...AX Rutledge J, S. Jarman. -J. 8. Scott J H. Third Ward A. Boulw D. I). Mclson Bell. ! "TO THE PUBLIC." And Whom It Concerns. (i. P. Moore 1 n n r . vjr. jjruce Continued from last week J. E. Pilcher pd Sidney Hally pd J. G. Crawford pd Mrs. Fannie Crawford pd C. M. Dowel 1 pd J. B. Baker pd Joe P...

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. — 8 February 1900

h i i i B. BKISTOW. i .... ii.Jk JL ; Shop of Ei C, Lorg I am prepared to do all kinds of engine work, (ft saw gumming, heating and plumb Jf tag olid any kind of machine ro j j .j ' . . . Ssti sfac t ion guaranteed in fi) every particulari Charges vcryjS price of material at present. f Keeps ins;;..; Lubricators, Valves of al! kinds, Packing, S c a n and Fire Gages Water and Steam Pumas Ills, All kinds of Pipe Pitting, Lace Leather and Notice ol Final ? Notice i bertby liven, 1 1 n t Mm, sai.i.ik a. Qssbm ulntl I'KtWtf? Ill ' ! - I K liKt'FS 'I Pinal Settlement ofhef tier tiiti' n. micti AainitltftfStrll nf the Probata Uouri of M muri. to bt boldcn nt I'ai the Iztbdsy of robrtury. LMM.) Sai.i OfJSSM i :ment nndsfslfned -itrlx of the I. wilt tmil.'e viih mm ss. i next ferni (unity. Mis. i lit cjiitity, on Ml. . . iiiw ii I -tralilx r.N Dactssed, MARKET I Cattle Hogs Sheep Chickens Turkeys . Qeese ...... Ducks (A Wind M If Belting. K Eggs Butter Shipments for I usually light. M car of...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 February 1900

V MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 12. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1900. Subscription, fl.oo Per Year. NO. 47 THEN AND NOW. The patriotic American who finds in Washington's Birth an annual occasion for harking back to the birthscences of his dative land and for renewinir :liL to adden - Which Washington fou free the United Slates. 'I'll a nnfamnlflttnn I-.- 1 nig. HO reasoning man can see in the present attitude of the Unit 'i States an improvement i lie vows ami rejuvenating the fQ w.l I be saddened bvittot prognM spirit of the the reflections that must he over Washington's policy. It is retrogression, land of liber but ENERGY AND HONESTY. Place energy and honesty coupled with true business prin ciples behing a iy kind of an en terprise and il is almost las sure to win out as it is for i the sun to rise and set. WILLIAM P. HUSH! William P. Bush, a unique and interesting char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 February 1900

PHOTOS I hm gallery photo inr tea. ( !ablnot Photo i (ilii ilia It. a. Swing .Hid will ":ili- Platlno llnlsh at the flliw- 0TtV68 0 itei 13 larg water. Take out as soon as b lied, dust lightly with pep Salad Put twentyj e oysters into boiling par dot. W OO Half l Inbjnet p ir '- W Small Photo p ir dot. - have luul nearly tvo years "-x partem--, us.- tin- Ixist mat-rial and 8l.nsitive and a very pi oud man. will spare no palm to please ymi. a0( these calumnies were as so Your patronage will be appreciated. I many v u 1 1 urea gnawing at the ivii:iU .f liii hear!. While si- f iD RC3HRjlent l" llle W()rltl' m;"'e ' 1 ...... intim ity fi-ipnrl the j niii'TOi. v.f . 'l pain he suffered from the the French. They charged others with him. Under ordi - i was but a simple Virginia gen ' against him that he sought at nary conditions, such the retir tleman. the foundation of the republic inguess of nature. he would He did not complain. Here to make of it a monarchy, with have lived his life out...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 February 1900

Va W cation Offered &gCtlta : r. every tOW;i tO BCCUJ 3 bl . '- (IS to hc magaadac "GOOD HOUSEKEEPING." Sf com ' . goc " of! j Augus C US HMtion t-wiU if-, i . v. u, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, S ' IINGFI'dD, MASS. Bait & Ohio SWRy (Koyal Blue Line) 4 Dally Trains Between Cincinnati and Louisville, 8 Luily Trains . Between Columbus, Washington, Philadelphia, Hitsburg, Baltimore, New York, Pulman Stecj ers. Company's Own lining Cars, Finest equipment ob alnable. O. P. McCarty, ieneral Pass. Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. G. B. Warfel, , Ass't Gen'l. -Bass. Agt. bf. Louis, Mo. FOR CALIFORNIA The Bl rllrjgton llUS ' Ciie A THXAS WONDER. Hall's Great Discovery. small bottle of Hall's weeklv tourist sleeoer excur sions, persoi ally c ct I (by . Breat Discovery cures all Kid a Burlington Route Aren't i ne' and ,),a,uler troubles, re every Weduesday from St Moves gravel, cures diabetes, Louis, and Thursday from Kau-1 8emtnal emissions, weak and sas City and ! ic. Joi . .:. to Los ! lame backs, rh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 February 1900

I t h e democrat! wmmmmwmmm??w?mmm?mm? mm wmwmw m ' 7. J. ROUSB, Editor. ' P, HIX8ON1 City Editor. l n $1 Per Year, ; atarad At tha poitofflco at Monro City, III I otui. a lOCOtta obis matter. THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1900 VOR PRESIDENT IN NOV ANNOUNCEMENTS- RKPRE8ENTATIV E. We are avlhorlaod lo annonnao s. H. BASSKTT A n candidate fur tho olllca of Repraientativc of Monrao County, aubjact to tho acUon of the Democratic urty. COLLECTOR, We arr anthoiiaed lo announce lK W II, II. CROW ok a oandtpatf for collector of Monroe tiiiinty nhjacttothe Dcmocratrc primary. We arc anthorizoil to unnoiince JAMK8T UMSTATTD as a candidate fur re-election ns collector of Monroe County, subject to tlic Democratic primary. COUNTY JUDGE 2nd District. We are authorlied to annonnce J, 0, A l a M s M a candidate for re election us Judse from the aecoml dlttriot Of Monroe County, subject to the Democratic primary. We are authorized to imnounce H. J. CLAfPKR, a a oandldate for Judge from the tocond dis trict, ol...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 February 1900

Edmund P, Melson, of St. Louis, was visiting relatives in the city Sunday. Drug stock full ; at the Old Reliable Dr Of 15. (). complete is House Wood. vour wants i r every our orders un- Wc arc prepared to fill in this Department. By plaein usually early and in such large quantities you will not feel the enormous advance in all classes of carpeting should you buy from us. Matties We have just opened tor your inspection Jap. Cotton chain new designs 20c. and 25c. China Mattings in all the new colorings and weaves 18c. to 25c. Velvets arid Brussels We have added to our stock a beautiful line and you may come and select from the piece and not have to contend with samples or pay an additional 5c. a yard for cuting. Saml. Vance, of Hunnewell, was circulating among his many friends In Monroe. Monday. Cash on the nail. If you owe it to us come in and settle up. SHARP & DoNl-KY. Luther Smith has been plav- ing the d 1 in the Dkmocuat omce. He has started in to learn the trade of a typo....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 February 1900

it v. . . p. - Fai XV f ,r i pro- at I coi out roi Editor . City, f.iiitor CITY, MO. Cent Alter ;i conference frlendi from various parts of neutrality the County in this vicinity Mon- Formulas of Faith.--1 believe clay. Hon. VV. Shields McOltntic u" Trinity, and in the sacra- to fin 1,1 1 1 v announce mem, oui tuese men an arounu r) lonn sums rtie Count) witii small III Willi cm CO, go t Di A ui- an I TOCL:. Tttk' I. All drum i:uro . . If I to I ' mar' Si f i i t I I I MH) UV I FOR LIBU1 BNANT GOVERNOR, tween good and evil, and to at ' The committee in charge of A,,,,r .. Ference With emP l" maintain an armed the entertainment for the bene- , , . neutrality. Rev. Dr. Frohock. lit of the Public Library wish to make si statement of the re ceipts and disbursements and also the in. inner of conducting the Library a some do noi un derstand It. Tlie Library is for tin people and will be what the peosle make it. Donations of books will be gladly received at any time. The ' dl iwing were th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 February 1900

There is no other Seed Catalogue so helpful 71 plain, practical hints as Burpee's Farm Annual It If ltd lite plain truth about all the htflt Seeds that Grow, Including tnr "Nw Ci cation." Which vail tint be hud clscwheic. It alao nlTem Useful tlc w l.l afli ls nnd two " Vcd-l'ockel " Guides to Culture, (II given PRES. 43-Write for the Catalogue TO-DAY I W. ATLI-fi BURPEE & CO., Philadelphia. l -i i r j C DIN'S NEW BOOK t 21--FrtsoetiKer. t"d--Local Knight . si bully Except Bands. I "On Money, Trusts and Imperialism" I i i i t Treats on the important issues of the day: Money, Trusts and Imperial ism in a clear and simple style and should be read by all citizens It will yive the reader a clearer insight on the great questions before the people than any book published. PRICE 25 CENTS. FOR SALE BY DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO i Facts That Every Patriot and Voter Ought to Know.: Ready January 1st. 5 ts THE 1900 World Almanac AND ENCYCLOPEDIA. k Political Register Everv t iWtll Wantj I a Copy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 February 1900

h V- , B, BKISTCW. AMACHINEST. fj 38 Having purchased lc Machine A H SO (jf Shop of 5, C Long I am prepared fir OrFfOlAL STATEMENT J of tlie Financial Condition of the Farmers & Merchants BANK, of Monroe city, , at Monroe ( 'ity. State of Missouri, at th close of busi ness on the 13th. daj of Feb. 1900. RBBOCRGI ' Loam and dlaoounta undoubt cdly good on personal or .$91,387.82 BARRELS OF MONEY TO LOAN. On Good Farms at 5 and 6 per cent An nual Interest. Hate of interest regulated according' to amount of loan desired and security offered. JOHNSON & DAVENPORT, Monroe City, Mo I ids 01 engine WOl sav en tmmlncr Heafinor ana oliifnb f 1 f. J 1.' ... ... . .'. evesy ii3action m guaranteed i ticular. Charges reasonable compared to the pt'kc of material at present in stoca Lubricators, valves o; a:i Kinds, racxir, r 58 waver. Steam and Firs Gages Water and Steam Pumps fg rery Ugh f .T ; 51 w ooi lateral security Mils and dlsCOU nt 1 ao lot diy i i on astute security . ; Ov. rdruftn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 March 1900

ONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Ma-oe and Ralls Counties. VOL 12. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. NO, 48 CHIEF EVENTS IN BOER WAR. Oct. 11. War declared. Oct. 12. Boers invade Natal. Tliree columns enter Natal at Laing's Nek, Rotlia Pass and Wakkerstroom. Armored train shelled near Mafeking, Lieut. Nesbitt and IS men captured. Oct. 14. Mafeking and Kim berley besieged. Oct. 15. Newcastle occupied by Boers. Oct. 17. Armored train ac tion at Spruitfontein, south of Kimberley. Boers repulsed. Oct. 20. Boers advance on Glencoe. They capture a train at Elandslaagte with some offi cers and men. British storm Talana Hill, near Glencoe. after eiht hours' righting. Gen. Symons mortally wounded and taken prisoner by the Boers. Oct. 21. Gen. French attacks and drives back Boers at Elandslaagte. Col. Scbtel and several Bosr commanders cap tured, among them Gen. Kock, who since died. Oct. 22....

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

PHOTOS I havi bought the R. A. Bwim gallery nd will make Brit oImi photos ( Platlno linlsh at the follow in; prices. OSblnst Photos per doa. Half Cabinet par do.. " Small Photoa per dof I have hal nearly two years ex pericnee, use the bast material anil will spare do pains to pleaee j on. Tour patronage will be appreciated. J. D. ROHR. FIGHT TO THE DEATH. Desperate Baltic Between Two Huge Gorilla?. 1 An American traveler, Gapt. Jack Benton, who lias spent some time in Africa collecting animals lor some menageries, once witnessed a fight between two gorillas in the wilds of up per Guinea that for ferocity lias seldom been equaled One day while out in the woods he came to a clearing, on the edge of which he saw a big male goril la. On the other side of the open space was a female, and the former was evidently mak ing court to her. The male gorilla, trving to attract the at tention of the fen. ale by un couth motions, was beginning to advance clumsily towards lier, when suddenly a dull...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 March 1900

Business in certain lines lias been picking up wonderfully of late. The Kmpp gun works caniiot find employees to fill all orders. Maxim machine 'ms are being turned out m rapidly there la danger some may not be the perfect man killers Uiey are represented to be the p w der and rartrlde factories are running over lime and in sm 1 11 arms, sucii as pistols, bayonet, Kxag-Jorgenson and .d u-eri rifled, it Is extremely doubtful whether the supply will eq tal the demand. Payment tor ta .e Dining Cars. articles 1 1 curtain since itcomes from taxation and the real Workers the world over will foot til.? bill. Register. Di to ES Maddox who was quite ill W. v. Ritcbey was called y Sunday to see Df. Shell Bait & Ohio SWRy (Royal Blue Line) 4 Dally Trains Between Cincinnati and Louisville. . 8 Daily Trains Between Columbus, Vr.rnngton, Philadelphia, HHsburg, Baltimore, New York, Pulman Sleepers. Company's Own Finest equipment ob tainable. o. P. McCarty, General I'ass. Agent, Cincinnati, Oii...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 March 1900

THE DEMOCRAT WILL NAME congressman. . - i On 8a turd ay, March Hist, t lie Term V. ). ROUSE, Editor. R F. HTXSON, Oy Edi'or. , Per Yeur, niorii at th fOttOlHira l mime Oltjf, Mil mitri, iih looono olani uiKttiT. THURSDAY, MAR pull PRESIDENT IN NOV 1, 19000:,:y I can ! Democrats oi the Second, gressional Iis.iicf. viii primaYy election nominal n .: t I 'on'-' re -sua ! 1 m i distrh t. Bo far !" the present Incumbent, i n u ho is known l late. Bevr IOUNCEMENTS. spoken of. reason v. I ' should not . ! is an a hie in I looking aft i bis constitui ; ini; for his j Serond Disti let must i enrome naou oi i congressman in fi only, il makes no hntV lir i . 1 1 1 I .till) ma v select. ( 'oil by a e the I his iter, i be a others are Have We as Americans the sons of men who fought, bleed and died for liberty in 177b so far forgotten the teachings of our noble forefathers that we are afraid to raise our voices for human liberty and human S rights', even though the fellow I w ho i:-. in the presi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 March 1900

County court next week. Come in and pay US what you owe. Sharp ft Donley. I t. U. K. Megowu was called ti Elv on professional business Friday. James Boyd, of Paris "'as in the city 'J uetday looking after his politico ! fences. 0. C, Capsiday was looking after bis buVdness affairs in the Qeiti Olty Friday. Mil Claude Settle, one of Monroe City's belles, was a Quincy visitor Saturday. Prof. Horace Ha gar, ot Flor ida, "its circulating among his friend! in Lite city Monday. Ed A. Boyle, Piano Tuner. reon enting F will 1 e In town I Maddox Hoi se. I '.ever ft. Son ew day.'. AL Geo. W. Brooks, of Paris, was a Monroe City visitor Tuesday. Geo. B. Anderson, of (Joss was a business visitor in the City Tuesday. Lee Davis of the Ma reel In e Journal Was in Hie city yester day. Do 'you owe us any thing, if so come in and settle up. Sharp & Donley. The biggest tie inspection for one day In the history of the city was last Thursday there were 1 1,500 of thein. Drug sleek at the Old Re of fu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 March 1900

Tli K DKM W. . R0U5G, R. F. H!Xf ON MC NBOK Oil"! if; u. ir . i imo at 0 I " ' 'OI . .' Ult l'( gO lO ... I ! 1 Dr. Hornhac AuriL I Fan lib: Pok Rent and corn land. Dr. 0. P. " came t! i 11 H parent . ! uil'j J. o. Mh klox, i was a visitor ill tl I v M day. TOCURF LAORirPE II Taka Laxativi iik...m.i qt AUdruggUtarefuuu : cure K. W. OftOVK'Mlgliitur Frauk Jone iii' Louis, came in Suo iiij lo visit relat i v Aik' Boarman . o move to tbe Wa - near Ely, about t' Marcli. The most handso Lamps ever sll0vn City at Rangy & Funerals bave i ec among Monroe c dates. We put a i i a campaign in tli stronghold. -Par I have ITOOO bus em black seed Come and get prh A Adolph Flick h pointed postmas' bellton, Prankli appointed by Pi ana n in Is". Jonas Meyer. Mo., spent BatUi day In tbe city v. in-law. Henna ii clothier. Mr. M route to tbe St, 1 - Mrs. Ed Dalb spending tlie wt with ber brother so a. to be near t Dr. E. C. Hays, ol moved a tumor week. OUR LATEST M Please Mad III tin' dresses of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 March 1900

l There Is no other Seed Catalogue so helpful n plain, practical htntM as I Burpee's Farm Annual It trill lilt plain truth nbotll nil t'le licit fVc'N ttl.lt OroWi lutfluuttfg rit.i? ''New CiveliOMa" written van not be had elsewhere. It also oilers useful in w Lmlleia and Iwn " Vat-Puchl " Guides io Culture, all nlvcn PRBU Write fur tlx Catalogue 1 O.DAY I W. ATU:l! ItlJHPUIJ & CO., Philadelphia. I City Oircetory. II. & ST. JOi: Tl.MB TA15M5 citv orrtotALt Mayor roues jikilo w. n. ttamm ! Marshal j w. Btephct.s City Attorney K. L. Woodson. City Clerk (ic. W. Tompkins. ntf TiMium H K c,llt',,tor j. Hi riib, A""" A K Rutledge Street Commissioner j, 8. Jarman. ALOMaUNI First Ward-J. 8. Scott J II. Grady; MCOtld Ward-D. A. Kly. J. w Boil Third Ward-A. Boulware. D. U. Melson BRO YvN Sr TT :ly, i:rnwn pat MMiMortt u em' 1Mb n PHYSI IAN ' and SURG! DIMS. -Chicago A K.o. Kxp . .. atSB p m I - " t!"'!1 1 ! Vcy IU"- m Monroe Ci: v, Missouri 16 St. Loins a. C. ,fc Denver ... KM a in m ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 March 1900

Hay For Sale. We will sell at public s-ile on Thursday. March 8tb. at 10 o'clock on the J. C. Stoddard f;irm 2 miles ''tist ol ETunnewell and .'.miles west of Monroe City 7 Ricks of Timothy Hay. WM. H. ARNOLD, V. C. BliACKD UN. INDIAN CREEK. Miss Joiiephlne Pike, of Monroe U tiitlng relative here. lion, to the Wife I I..' 'I '", February !. boy. J. U Il.ivs, of Bmdan, win here the llrat of tbo weok. Little Charlie, youngest son of Wil liam Rleohoff. dloil Wednoseayi Peb. 21t, from an attack of the Grlpwa, John Bkeea and family left Monday night forthoir new home in Montana, rfirt tale lasi Friday was well attended. Anothor boy wasaddodto the family of Richard Hogan laatweek. The ball given hiro Monday night was quite a Buooew, nodal ly and financially. Th i proa wl wore t20.89 and our new vide walk is an assured thin;.'. Ainoa and Tim Parti i f l thli place Monday for ome point In Dakota, w inrc they Intend making their home for awbll Mrs. John Dixon is still dangerous' y ill of .:i...

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

4 MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. VOL. 12. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, n MARCH 8, 1900. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. NO. 49 THE CITY COUNCIL A FINE SHOWING FOR THE CITY, IT IS NOW OUT OF DEPT. The City Council Met in Regular Session At Council Rooms March 2, 1900 Pre sent: Mayor North, Aldermen Bell, Boulware, Ely, Grady, Scott and Melson. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved CLAIMS APPKOVKD AND ALLOWED. F. M. Wilson & Son, sundries $ 20.00 A. H. Green, fuel for poor 4.20 Geo W. Tompkins lti license fees J. W. Stephens, Chief Police and sundries J. A. Hickman, Special Police J. H. Grady, medicine for Richards family W. N. Maddox rent and sun dries , 15,00 R. Leake, work on streets 1.00 R. Johnson work on streets , 1.80 John S. Jarman Street Com. 8.50 A Jaeger hardware 88.05 Monroe City Kleetric Light tV Power Co 78.85 4.00 34. i5 15.00 1.55 Total COLLECTORS REPORT. Revenue ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 March 1900

THE TRIAL OF THE FOX. X Good Short Story tor the Young People. "Eddie and Willie Hedrick lived on a ranch up in the moun tain of Southeastern Arizona. They were bright active boys, and spent most of their summer in raising chickens, for winch they found a good market in the mining towns of the county. The chickens were kept in a jroomy inclosure back of the dwelling. Here the boys spent much of their time watering, feeding and caring for their broods. All the chickens were well behaved, except Toppy. a young black hen of Spanish breed. Toppy would fly over the inclosure, or wallow a hole in the soft sand and creep nu de r the rude palings in spite of the vigilance of her young mas ters. One morning the boys found Toppy missing from the pen. They searched the woods for her in vain. They could rind DO trace of the refractory hen. The foxes have nabbed her in the woods," said Eddie. So much for being disobedi ent," returned Willie, who was the philosopher of the Hedrick family. But bot...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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