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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 March 1900

MEANING OF MANY WORDS IN SOUTH AFRICAN WAR NEWS. The South African war has brought into use many words new to most newspaper readers. The correct pronunciation and meaning of some of some of the words most frequently found in Post-Dispatch cablegrams will be helpful in analyzing the news. The body of the Boer lan guage, or "Taal," consists of archaic Dutch of the seven teenth century, eked out by adoptions from French, Span ish, Malay and some native words. The vowel sounds arc as in French, or the Latin of the schools. But. in many instances, the "a'' is "ah," so long-drawn-out that it ought properly be writ ten "aa," as in "Afrikander," to express the drawl which a Boer always uses in that word. Of the consouants, only two need be mentioned, "k" and 4,g," The first, when a termi nal, has the sound of "ck," and we often, therefore, so spell it. The "g" is a guttural, so vi brant as to have no representa tive equivalent by English let teringeven "eta"' (Scotch) in "loch" hardly reac...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 March 1900

THE DEMOCRAT V. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. P. I11XSOM, City Editor. Terms - - - - Si Per Year Jtntored at the poitofilcc at .Monroe City. Mi aourl. aa second QlMl in 'iter. THURSDAY, MAR. 8, 1900 FOR PRESIDENT IN NOV . J. BttYAH. Hon. W ANNOUNCEMENTS. B are c INGRESS. M.tiioil7rl announce v. II. UAN8VK or Mvlngiton "dimly, as n candidate for Coa urcif from iboBocond ftrnirrcaitottAl District, abject to the Democratic, election, Mutch SI. About. MARCH 15th Wc will move our stock of REPRESENTATIVE. uulliotlol t.: uiinoiiiHT 8. .s. UAMKTT Ah candidate, for the ofltoc of iieprcucntntivo of Monroe Countyi subject to the action of the Democratic arty. COLLECTOR, nuthortxei in announce L111 W 11, II. CROW a a candlpntc for collector of Monroe County! cofisideral'le UDjeoi in Ulu IJcuiuci.im I'l iiiiui y. - untiioi ji-ii tut! nnottnen J A.MhS T L'MB'f ATTIl aaacandidute fur re-election us collector of Monroe ('.unity, tnbjtel to the Democratic prion ry. authorised t" nnnoiinoe ' .1 K. K1B1I An a ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 March 1900

Do not forget where to find me X if you need Plows, Harrows, Broad Cast Seeders or Cultivators, Ccme and sec my line of Washing Machines, we have all styles. Remember me when you need Sewing Machines or Needles end Oil as well as Cook Stoves, R, Manning Walker. drena Suits. Rogers. Miss Mary Carson is on the sick list. Boys and Children's Suits with fancy vests. Roueus. E. L. Anderson made a busi ncss trip to Woodland Tuesday, Mrs. W. li. A ivlcNutt spent yesterday with Hannibal (l lends A special low price on all Corduroy stuff. ROGERS. U. S. Curry, of Brook Held, writes: A fine boy has arrived at my house. A lot of Corduroy Pants guar anteed not to Rip or Split, for $2. co. Rogers. Dr. W. W. Ritchey attended the bedside of Dr. S. Mnddox of Ely, Tuesday. Do you owe us any thing, if so come in and settle up. Sharp & Dom,EY. William Bastian and wife, of Hunnewell, were trading in the city yesterday. Drug stock full and complete at the Old Reliable Drug House of B. O. Wood. George...

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

i THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, - Editor R. F. HIXSON. - City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. H. & 8T. JOK TIME TABLE OOINfl K A HT. No. M Chicago St K. C. Kit 4 OhtMfO St K.(,'. Kxp ... . fr Brookflel 1 to Q'ry it Han . " 10 SI. I.cm'i K. 0, St Denver t 'JJ Local 1'iclRtit No. 12:S2 a m . n m 9;.i8 a m . :t:14 a id tlM p u -Chicago i- k. ;. Kli .' OhlMfO St K. ('. Kxp " B Denver ' IS at. Lout. K. 0. & Denver " f 91 l.ncttl Krelnlit 10: :) a m 1 ' 73 Freight . ... 6:10 a m IStopton Mgiiiil anl leave pMttttgfft. All trains innrkeil t are dally exeept Suii'liiy. All OthOtl lally. Free chair cars on No. 8 and 4 between St. Spiratiotl, LoUlKllllll KailKHN CUT, J. L. LYON, Agent. SAYINGS OF SAGES. To him nothing is possible who is always dreaming of his past possibilities. Carlvle. The whole world is put in mo tion by the wish for riches and the dread of poverty. Dr. John son. One should conquer the world, not to enthrone a man, but an idea; for ideas exist for ever. Beaconsfield. Never fea...

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

City Directory. CITT OFFICIAL. Mayor Bamnel North Mice Judge W.;b. Steven . Marshal J W. Stephen City Attorney HI,. Wood eon. GUr Clerk Geo. w Tompktna. City Treasurer B. K. I. Inn. Collector J. JI.4lh. Anaemor A K Rutledge Street Commlsnlnncr J, 8. Jarman. Aldkrhkm: Firat Ward J. S. Scott J B. Srady; Second Ward-D. A.Ely. J. W. Bell. Third Ward A. Boulware. D. D. Mellon Secret Societies. Masonic Monroe Lodge No. 64, A. P. & A.M., meets first and third Satur day nights of each month. Monroe City R. A. Chapter. No. 104 meets fourth Monday nights in each month. Odd Fellows Monroe City Lodge, No. 268, meets every Thursday night Supreme Court of Honor. Mon roe District Court No. 467 meets every Monday night. A. O. U. W. Monroe City Lodge, No 168, meets Urst and third Friday nights of each month. Modern Woodmen Monro e Citv Camp, No. 2236 meets every Friday night. The R. N. of A's will meet every Thursday .evening in the M. W. A. hall. P. E. O. Sisterhood, Monroe City Chapter H. meet...

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

Oar Correspondents. . k 1 Jamo Fitzpatrick and Lee Crano, K. K. men, are suffering from snow blindncss, the. result of throe dityn and nights shoveling snow. D. C. (Caldwell and family expect to move to Monroe City soon. CLAPPER. Silas Kensch has moved his family to this place and will RssiH Basil II. , in ili- store and farm the coin ing year. M Us Inez Donlry cloned a lOOOfJM fnl Mirn of MbOOl Feb. ZWd. I ... w . . . m ...i, INDIAN CREEK. Mm. .ents, of Lamar, Mo., John Titul William Murphy, ot Denver, J- B. Williams made a business Colo'., and Joe Murphy, of Franklm l trip to Stoutsville last .Saturday. Junction, are at the iMidnido of their i J. F. Uodgers dismissed his school father vvho is very low. I in tho liuckman district last track on T. I. V ate visited relatives at this j aeeount of the deep snow and Bent the remainder of the week with his of Mrs. Sarah Peffcr who died last Thursday and was burled Friday in Warren cemetery. James Christian made a business trip to Palmyra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 March 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, aMARCH 15, 1900. NO. 50 SOME OPINIONS SENATOR McCLINTIC ENDORSED FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, Ha Made an Enviable Record A Splen' did Type of Missouri Democracy Many Friends Who Hope to See Hin Win. John A. Knott, candidate fou Secretary of State is apparent ly disappointed thatW. Shields McClintic is anuounced as a candidate for Lieutenant Gov- -ernor, and wants a primary in Marion county to say wbicl) shall make the race and because the gentleman did not see the wisdom of such a course, talks of each being handicapped with a divided delegation. Why should there be a divided dele gation? They have mutual friends that could be named as delegates ihac would give a loyal support to both. If it is not already d moustra :ed that one of the two lias no earthly j show for Hi n ruination, it may be apparen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 March 1900

Missouri's Next Governor. j SOMfi FACTS OF METEORS. Fragment of Comet's Tail Some Historic Hot Stones That Have Fallen. The atmosphere forms an ar mor which is almost impenetra ble to the meteors that are con stantly peltiny the earth. Most of the meteors are small. They come rushing through space, strike the atmosphere, and the friction against the molecules of air heats them to a white heat, and sets them ablaze. Sometimes part of one may reach the earth; but as a rule they are consumed and the dust aloiie, cosmic dust, drops Upon the surface. One of the earliest known meteors fell in 20i B. O, in Phrygia, where for a long time it was worshiped. It was carried to Rome aud was sup posed to be a messenger from the gods. Livy describes a shower of meteoric stones. The people were greatly alarmed and the Senators were demoral ized and declared a nine days' festival to propitiate the gods. There is at Mecca a meteorite r " in 600 A. D.. and is -ttrhicti ' ' still worshipped. by the tan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 March 1900

A PARTNERSHIP. "Life is a battle, Kate," I said Unto my new wed dearie: 'But now Uiat you and I are wed This arm will never weary In shielding you from every blow Dealt in its fierce commotion. And proving to each friend and foe The itronght of my devotion." Then, seeing by her rising hue Some slight sign of displeasure, "You're right, ray love, I spoke half true, Your secret thoughts I measure; Together we will fight the flight As through life's way wc journey, And trust to one another's might - In ev'ry glorious tourney." "Oh! Sweet," cried Kate, "don't think on strife And such like occupation; Let's think of love; what's good in life Save mutual admiration? In love's sweet pleasures, joys and woes, In these things we'll he sharers; And hope and faith in union close Shall be our burden bearers." Thenceforth, as partners, we two strove To earn a store of blisses; Our capital was boundless love, Our stock in trade was kisses. Mark you, it was, but soon 'twas hown That what once has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 March 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. Terms - - - - Si Per Year, sTnf A t the postofflce at Monroe City, HI ouri. tecona clsss mutter. THURSDAY, MAR. 15,1900 FOR PRESIDENT Hon. tv. J. Bbtan. ANNOUNCEMENTS. CONGRESS. "W7c src authortxed i. annnnnre w W. H. MANSl'R Of Livingston Couuty, an a caniliilnte for Con srresa from the Bucoml CGiigresKloiia) District, abject to the Democratic election, March 31. Vcare authorized to announce W. W. KM K hit . Of Chariton county aa candidate for re tflu'lloii ns r :nKri-Minn from the Rcconil con gNMtoMl dlatrict; suhject to the Democratic ftritnnry. MaruhSU- RKPRESENTATIVE. We arc unlhorizcl to announce . S. UASSKTT As a candidate for the office of Representative of Monroe County; subject to the action of the BMMCrntlc party. ( OLLEt TOR, We vrc aittiiorlzcl to anuoun' c Dk W. II, II. CROW Mkcatidlpate for collector of Monroe County nbjci't to the Demooratro primary. Vcarc sutuorlsed to umiounce JAMKBT UM8TATTJJ I a candida...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 March 1900

JNO. J. ROGERS. We are Offering UpToDate $35,000.00 Worth of New Merchandise, For months we have beeen ramsacking the best markets in the country and now we invite you to come and pass judgment on our efforts. Dress Goods Broadclots, Venitian cloths, Home Spuns, Diagnols and all i the new weaves Black Dress Goods Silks Ovbt1 stock of Ladies Shoes, era braceb such makes as the Celebrated Queen Quality, Pingree & Smith, brands sold wherever the English language is spoken, they have no equal and they cost you no more than other houses get for much cheaper, srades. Hemstitched effects and all the new shades suitable for waists. Black silks for skirts and waists. Satiijs Black and colored Mercerised Satins so much in vogue just now. Wast) Goods Silk Ginghams, Silk Tissues, Mercerised Foulards, Beautiful Double fold Ginghams at 10c. Carp etsfron 25c. to 90c, Men's Drab 9 oz. Overalls 50c. Agents Butterick Patterns. THAT THIS V IS BRANDED v.N EVERV Black Venitian, Black Diagnol. Black ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 March 1900

THR DEMOCRAT W. J. KOU5E, - Editor R. F. HIXSON, - City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. H. & NT. JOE TIME TAIIMC OOINO KAST. Nn. MflhfaMO & K. C. Ell 12:2 m l4hlMfO A K,;. Exp P m i Brook ttl 1 to Q'cy A Han .. 9:-i3 ri ' 15 St. bOHtl K. 0. A Denver 1:14 a t M'Loe1 Fielglit IsM P m WKHT. No. Jo Chicago t ice. eii aisi c " :t ObtMfOA K.C. Kxp I'M P m " 6-Denver : P ?.- St. Louis. K. :. A Denver .. 1:00 a tn t 91 Loral Krelnht 10::) a 73 Freight .... 6:10 a m (Btopi on slgneti and laavo passenger All traln markeil t are Ially except Sunilay. All others ilaily. Free ehair c am on No. 3 and 4 between Ht, Louis and Knueas Utv. J, L. LYON, Agent. Missouri, Kantian & TexaH Rail way Co. Time Table. TRAINS SrtL'TII. No, IS-Paasenger 11:19 a m " 21--Pasenger MlW P n " LM.. Local Freight KM a ra M Dally Except Sunday. TRAINS .south. No. lt"Paalngtf 4:'S a id n..nuNwngw 2:48 p m " MLom1 Freight frlOpui S'2 (Daily except Sunday. Olhers Dally. J AS. BARKK.R, ). P. A T. A. St. Louis. Mo. K. B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 March 1900

City Directory. CITY OFFICIALS. Mayor Samuel North Police Judge w.B. Stevens. M"bl J W. Stephens City Attorney R. L. Woodson. City 'erk Geo. W. Tompkins. P Treasurer H. E. Linn. Collector j. E. Fllh Aracssor A K Rntledge etreetCommlsslonor J, s. Jarman Alpirmkn: First Ward-J. B. Scott J H. Orady; Second Ward-D. A.Ely. J. W. Be)). Third Ward A. Boulware. V. D. Melson Secret Hocletlea. Masonic MonroeLodge No. 64, A. F. A A. M., meets first and third Satur day nights of each month. Monroe City R. A. Chapter, No. 104 meets fourth Monday nights in each month. Odd Fellows Monroe City Lodge, No. 268, meets every Thursday night. Supreme Court of Honor. Mon roe District Courl No. 467 meets very Monday night. A. O. U. W. Monroe City Lodge, No xoo, meets tirst and third nights of each month. Modern WooPMEN-Monro e City Camp, No. 2236 meets every Friday night. lUe R. N. Of A AUesday A. hall. "P. E. O. Sisterhood, Monroe City Chapter IT. muctH tho second and fourth Saturdays in each month. Mason...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 March 1900

SEE ! J. D. ELLIOTT & SON I FOR (STAPLE at?d FANCY gGflOCEfllES, FLOUR, FEED and all kirds of SEEDS 4 T si 3 11 n And everything found at a first class GROCERY AND FEED HOUSE Bring us your Produce and get the Highest Market Price. Flour Exchanged for Wheat ! X SEED POTATOES! Remember we are agents for HANNIBAL EAGLE FLOUR. t HATCH. We are requested to state that a Iliads luootlngof citizens will moot in thin olty Muroli J4th, at 2 ). in. for the pur jiomij of putting through tho telephone that uw.- euunty court lias granted a lloe to i nn from Center to your -ity via Cincinnati am! latch. Hurrah for J ml(! Piolds. Mrs. JobIo Little sold her personal property Saturday. Keep on whoopiug u that bridge as !io is likely to ba erected across Suit River at Cincinnati soon as spring comes, with onr tolophono and gravel road in advance we say all are as Hiiro to conic as your paper is Democratic. Henry Wilson is very nick. Dr. John Bell called Dr. Sam Brown from your city to sec him. Pre...

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

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT Democrat Printing Co., Publisher Devoted to (he JnUrests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Yom. VOL 12, MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, n MARCH 22, 1900. NO. SENATORIAL PRIMARY. The Democratic State Sena torial Cottimittee for this, the Thirteenth district, met in this city Tuesday afternoon with Judge H. Dooley, of Monroe, chairman: R. A. Spencer, of .Marion, secretary and Ray C. Moss, of Shelby, president. Col. Bob Spalding, the Ralls county committeeman, was not present and had no proxy at tend the meeting. After some discussion it was ordered that a primary election be held in Monroe and Ralls counties on the same days of the primaries to nominate connty officers, or in other words Monroe County democrats will vote on Satur day, April 14, and Ralls County will vote on Saturday May 12. In Marion and Shelby coun ties the election will be held with the Congressional primary on Tuesday May 1. The patrons of the Opera House are to rec...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 March 1900

Missouri's Next Governor, EFFECT OH A WHITE LIE. "I don't believe you'd tell a fib to save yonr life, Henry." This remark caused a gener eral lau'li from the little crowd of students gathered to plan tlieir jokes for the comiuy holi days. i?eury Harris was recognized by all who knew him as a fel low who detested the most trifling falsehood. His friends always jeered him when he re fused jolniog in some practical joke comprising the sacrifice of truth. "You have often laughed at me," said Henry quietly, "but the sharpest pain the truth ever cost me is as nothing com pared to the life's sorrow and regret caused by my last false hood. If you care to listen I will tell you the story of one lie and its effects." "All right, old fellow; let's have it." replied his fellow students in a chorus. Henry Harris leaned back in his chair and began his story. "When I was a boy of V2 there came to our village a young man in ill health, who soon became a sincere friend of my father's and frequently ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 March 1900

If you want the best Seeds Buy Vick's Our own growiag . and the Worlds Choicest. The handsomest and most com plete Catalogue we have ever issued sent free, if you state in what you are most interested Flowers, Vegatables or Small Fruits. JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester, N. Y. i mi i It is said that a gentleman in Portland Maine, a lew years since, in time of proverty, announced in a daily paper that he would give a bag of flour, a bushel of meal, and a sack of potatoes, or somethiug equiv alent to them, to any family who were poor who did not use toba cco, drink whiskey or keep a dog He was willing to do this for one hundred families. But he did not have oue single ap plicant for his bounty. There are many Baptist in the South to-day and some of theinin Ten nessee wlio are continually com plaining of their poverty, and claim that they are not able to give anything to mission or to take a religious paper, when at the same time they are spend ing more for tobacco and dogs shall we say wh...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 March 1900

THE DEMOCRAT w. j. nousK, editor. IV r. HtXflON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR. jsutcred at the pott office at Monro City, Mo. an M cotiil-Hiisa matter. THURSDAY, MARCH 22. 1900. FOR PRESIDENT How. W. J. Enr ax. ANNOUNCEMENTS. CONGRESS. BTc ore authorized to announce w W. H. MANSUK Of M.lngston County, a a candidate for Con grot., from the Second Congressional District object to the Democratic election, March Vo are atithorUed to announce W. W. KUCKKK. Of Charlton comity a. a camlldate for re lection us Cnnjrretmman from the Second con grreuional dl.lriet; inhjcct to the Democrat! yrlinary. Marchju- 8TATE SEKATOIl Wfft arc authorized to nnnounca MAKV1N IM.MITT f Bhelh County, as a candidate for State Bonator from this the Thirteenth Senatorial diitrict, suhjuct to the,, action of the Democrat raxy, J IEPRE8 EOT ATI VK. We aru aalhorixed to announce S. S. BAS8KTT At a candidate for the office of Rcprcscntatlv of Monroe Count)'; subject to the action of the Democratic party. ; 'CO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 March 1900

Al Yates was in Fulton Mon day. For Early Ohio Seed Pota toes go to Jacob House. Maud S, the $40,000 trotting mare is dead. S he was 20 years old. Mrs. F. A. Hickman spent Wednesday with Palmyra friends. J. F. Renshaw, of Warren, was a business visitor in the City Monday. Miss Mary Carson has return ed home after a pleasant visit with Moberly friends. Cash on the nail. If you owe it to us come in and settle up. Sharp & Donley. Hon. S. J. Melson left Tues day tor Alia ;ta, S. C. with one car of good mules and horses. W. N. Maddox has moved his carriage emporium to the room formerly occupied by Charles Fowler. TO SEE OUR LINE OF SHOES Is to see the same Styles and Values that you will see in the Larger Cities and at Prices that will be ECONOMY TO THE BUYER. T. E. Wine was looking after business along the line of the M. K. & T. during the past weeic. After a pleasant visit in St. Louis with friends Miss Kath erine R. Dillon returned home Monday. FARM FOR SALE. 320 acres 4 miles...

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

THE DEMOCRAT W. I. ROUSE, - Editor R. F. HIXSON, - City, Editor MONROE OITY, MO. H. AST. JOE TIME TABLE OOINO (AIT. Mo. M Chicago 4 K. C. KM 1J-.II2 a m 4 Chicago A K.C. Exp .. p n a Brookflall to Q'cy & Han 10 t St. Lou's K.C. A Denver . ::M a m f M- Local Fieight 1:'i0 p in WHAT. No. M--I'lileago K.C, Ml M ' " :i I'liiCKFtoA K.C. Lxp . . I'M P .S- Denver fcM P M St Louis. K. C & Denver 1 :M a in t It Lel rralgb.1 i 73- might ... 6-i jsp.i.- on signals and leave pMMngetl All trlin marked t are daily except Sunday. All others dally. Free chair cars on No. :t and 4 between St Louis and Kansas CUT. J. LYON. Agent. Missouri. Kiuibiih & Texan Ball wuy Co. Time Table. TT.SINS SOUTH. Ho. 15-I'is'cngcr 11:19 a m tl rtmngnr IWI v " fMLnMl Freight M a in ,. 51 Dally Bioopl Sunday. THilNB NORTH. No. 16.-Pai.i-eiger 4S5J m ii-Passenger P (M-Local Fralghl WOpn hi JDally except Sunday. Others Daily. JA8.BAKKKU, U. P. A T. A. St. Louis. Mo. K. B. SHAI1R, Airen Tiie following WbMh trai...

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