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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 April 1900

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. JAMBS VICK'S SONS, Rochester, N. Y. Bait & Ohio SWRy (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 tamable. O. P. McCarty, General Pass. Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio! G. B. Warfel, Ass't Gen'l. 'Pass. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. it nnt Having purchased the Christian Restauraut we ask for a portion of your trade. At our place you cau al ways find a Well Cooked Meal, First Class Lunch Count er, Confections, Fruits, and Cigars. Caldwell & Son. G. T. Riding's gallery will be closed after Easter for an in definite time. 4-12 William Gentry and wife, of Shelby County spent Sunday in the at wi...

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. — 12 April 1900

OULWARE'S SHOES HP Our immense stock of Spring and Summer Footwear has arrived and is complete in all departments. Not withstanding the advance, we are still selling our Boots and Shoes at the old prices and in many instances cheaper than ever betore. u m m h LUHL LADIES SHOES AND OXFORDS. It is with a great deal of pride that we call your at tention to our Ladies Shoes. We carry the Drew, Selby & Co's line and for Fit, Quality and Price they cannot be excelled. We are showing an unusually handsome assortment in Blacks and Tans, in all the Stylish Toes. We invite the Ladies to inspect our Line Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers. We never had the pleasure of showing as pretty footwear for Misses and Childreu as we are showing this season. We have them in all the New Toes, in Black and Tan and Red. Come and examine, our stock betore you buy your Shoes and Slippers. Men's Shoes. They can't near touch us on Men's Shoes, because we sell the strongest lines in the country, FLORS...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 April 1900

SUPPLIMENT. THE DEMOCRAT W. I. BOUSE, Editor. It. r HIXSON, city Editor. See the new Odd Vests at French Flannel Rogers. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR. Klitcred at the poat office t Monroe City, Mo. as necoDd-class matter. THURSDAY. APRIL 12 1900. H. C. ScheetE of Palmyra was looking after his real estate interest in it ho city Tuesday. Hon. J. O. Allison, of New London, was a Monroe visitor Tuesday. A new lot of shirts, collars and ties for Easter at Rogers. RoyJHogan, of Hannibal, was circulating among!) friends in the city yesterday. The Racket, 1 Good Calico 4 cents per yard. Indigo Blue, Simpson Grey, Etc fie. Ho. white jjoods He. 71 iiml 8o. white yooda 5o. 10 and I2c. white jroods 7 and H Embroideries from 1 to 25c. per yard. 2 clasp Kid Gloves black and tan 76o. lied Table Linen per yard 18c. White Table Linen 25, .'K, 35 and 45e. Silks worili $1.00 7.V. per yard. Silks worth 75c. for 50c. flow Shoes from 75c. to 1.50. GROCERIES. s packages full pound soda for 25c. rt cans corn, toma...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 April 1900

Vim win have two suits of clol he in ii i if v i i get i i f those Reversible ' si Suits lit Roil Kits. rsnnuay m RasiL'i no you want a no by up to dale suit if so look at some ol those II S & M Suits at RotltiltH j REPUBLICAN MHLM'INl .. .J, F. Smith, commit) eemun , oi Monroe township h i. been i notified by llie cliairitiiiti ol iho County Republican Cominillee that a mas- meeting would be: held at I'.i ris. Ari I -i l lu elect deify itr to the State anil i )ougi t ss' ona I co iveiilious and i o a t tea I i i tther unities. .1.1 v reliable men in nftic Every Monroe County Demo era I siioulil vote Saturday. Monro.- (Niunty Democrat y dues not want a tolitical boss. Mr who can serve ins people best is the ijinau who should be elected In otfice. Tlie robber now hat t lie peo Thinking the other caudi pie by the throat and no help is I dates would not speak the meet, nearer than March I. 1901, Coll-j ilg adjourned, but about tll.lt sequent ly the peop'e must stand ' time the bela...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 April 1900

I m III m m m m m m 444 fl III m Cat pets, Watties We have some elegant styles in all wool carpets that you could not help buying if you would once see them. Our cheaper grades are as sightly We have a full line of mat tings from 12V to 35c. Desire to announce to the Ladies of Monroe City and vicinity that we are in the lead this season with all the latest styles of up-to-date Dry Goods. Since onr move we will be batter prepared than ever to please our customer. Our room is light, our goods are new and our prices right. Dress Goods m m Mi When you want a carpet see .1 I!. Anderson. , I No advance on Shoes. J. B. Anderson. Nothing, except the mint, can make money without advertis- j I tig. Gladstone. Miss Tudie Swinkey carries I a choice line of Dry Goods, call I and see her. lames H. Sullivan and L Fin Us went fishing Saturday Their catch was 1"0 sun fish. 1 We have the the very latest things in dress goods, Pastel Grays, London Smoke. This line includes' our Satin Fou lards Mercens...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 April 1900

THfi DEMOCRAT w. KOU5E, - Editor K. F. MIXSON, - City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. H. s r. JOB TIME T.v T. Ku. M Chicago V C. F.U 4 -Chicago A K.C. Kip ... Broolctlell to Q'cy 4 Han .. ib st. MM! K. 0. A Denver t 12- !,opil Fi eight .. 4 '9 ni I . it m . I :M m . . t:M p in 112 p Wit p 1:00 a fur No. W Chicago K.C. Kli . t Chicago K.C. Kxp.. . . " 5 Uenv-T ir. -Hi. I... tils. K. '. A Denver t !M-Lo..il Freight I 7S-Kr,.lKl.t f':,0," tfttopa on itgnatiMid leave puiengar All trains iniirel t are 41 exeept Bandtf. AH ..Ih. rH daily. Free chair cam on No. H and 4 hetween St Lotlil aM KansaK cltv. J. 1.. l.YON. Agent. MltMVUrl. Kan:in & Tex;tM Hall way Co. Time Table. TIUINR IOUTII. Ui faancnger " St I'anHeiiRor M --Local Freight .11:19 a re . l'id" p m ft 13 a ni ftl Daily Bicep t Sunday. tr.AlSH NORTH. 4:5 a m Mn HL.Paaiamer " 'ii-.PasiieiiKcr 2:48 P tMLocal Freight . W P n. 52 tDally except Sunday. Others Daily. JA3BA3XKR, O. P. A T. A. St. Louln. Mo. E. B. SI'AHK. Agcn Tha following ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 April 1900

FASHION HINfrS. Tltfl most fashionable belt of the season is .made of gun metal and is about one inch wide. Many of these belts have steel chains at the left side, to which are fastened baps of leather for purse, shopping nst, hand kerchief, -etc. Another pretty belt is made to be worn over a crash belt of stain. It is a long slender chain of silver, with larye links and fastens with a queer little ball and catch of silver. Women are wearing white to the exclusion of everything else in their homes. The prettiest of all the house gowns are made of white flannel or china crepe, decorated with soft while lace and silk ribbon. The underwear worn, too, is almost invariably white. Some time ago colored undearwear prevailed, but women have even given over the wearing of tinted corsets, A rosette of velvet in the hair is also a new fashion in sharp contrast to the high stiff bows and agrettes that hav been in style for so long. There is an ominous rumor that women are to wear gathered skirt...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 April 1900

Young Edwin, Have you see Hats at Levy s?. Go to W. T. Brown for your harness, saddles. blanUets, etc. Go to Levy's for that Easter TTi t . He is sure to please .you. It will pay you to look at Levy's line of Child reus Cloth ing. Our line of spring Suits are the latest. LEVY'S CASH CLOTH ING STORE. P. L. Pettit came in off of the road to spend Paitn Sunday with the home folk. MILLET SEED. I have 100 bushels of home grown German Millet Seed at my Feed Store. A. H. Green. The stone masons are at work on the Walter Moss residence on North MainStreet.this week. j Mr. Moss will let the contract I for the completion of his home in a fW days. Patrick Mulverhili, of Saver ton, died Saturday and was Mary ceine- at ! terv at Hannibal. Mondav His; I 9 f ago in-law. John W. White, of this city, attended the last sad rites. Mark Hanna has withdrawn from the management of the I Republican campaign and H. C. Payne of Wisconsin takes his those nobby place, but Mam will manage 'l'h.' Black Saddle s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 April 1900

0- 3e MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. VO 13, Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, API?IL 19, 1900. NO. 3 n a m JJIiWIUUMl RETALIATION. nTMfUil Retaliation is ;t dangerous weapon ;it any and all times, but the Monroeltes have coo MONROE COUNTY NOMINEES SELECTED eluded tc resort to it They BY PRIMARY SATURDAY, think it ducedly strange that ' Abojt 90 Pc Cent of t;-.c Democratic Ws Monroe Citv election clerks can ! -r ,!ie County Polled Shear:n;n. Me i lURJj i They may call it. by some oth er name, but the smallpox or 1 wmuever n is. cut now oe ton it - Tannin nearly every town and have for twenty years fur Dished their work and sent the returns to Parts Ironi six to thirty six bours before Paris Will give up news that Monroe City is as deeply interested In as is Paris. The City of Mon roe casts a larger white vote Allb'cr, Clapper. J. H. White cotton, Matocr Johnson -liJ C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 April 1900

FOR PRESIDENT Dos. W. J. DnvAN. .said cheerfully, the path in no ANNOUNCEMENTS. STATU SENATOn fur State Betifttorlsl iKMIUHTllt Hanging conversa- you re Wc nrf Rutborlxeil In enitonnct MARVIN bIMMITT of Bhelby Counljr, ns n cindliletf Senator from thi the Thirteenth district, autijuct to the action f the Party, Mfe ur Rtithorlted to announce w II CLAY HEATHER. of Marion county M a .himIMhIc for Slate Xouaator from tlii" .liMrirt subject to the action of the Democrat pftfty. FINDING THE PATH. Dusi was beginning to fall and us I looked around over the Ion level of marsh land that surrounded us and saw no igu of any of our party I felt the first thrill of a not unpleas ant uneasiness. 1 glanced at my com pan ion. She was walk ing quite contentedly bj'fj my side, apparently secure in the assumption that I knew my way. Suddenly she turned to me. 'What a queer place this would be to get lost in." she said. I think the serious possibility of such a thing had not occur red to her at all. Sh...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 April 1900

If you want the best Seeds Buy Vick's Our own growing and the Worlds Choicest, The handsomest and most com plete Catalogue we have ever issued sent tree, if you state In Mihat i 1 1 i nimi yuu ait- iiiusi interested Flowers, Vegatables or Small Fruits. JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester, N. Y. Bait, & Ohio SWRy, (Royal Blue Line) 4 Dally Trains Between Cincinnati and Louisville. S Daily Trains Between Columbus, Washington, Philadelphia, Hitsburg, Baltimore, New York, Pulman Sleepers. Company's Own Dining Cars. Finest equipment on tainable. O. P. McCarty, General Pass. Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. G. B. Warfel, Ass't Gen'l. 'Pass. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. m ran Having purchased the Christian Restaurant we ask for a portion of your trade. At our place you can al ways hnd a Well Cooked Meal, First Class Lunch Count er, Confections, Fruits, and Cigars. Caldwell & Son. BERT THE IRREPRESSIBLE. Bert the hustling irrepressi ble realestate, stoclc and mer cbandise stock trader has been at it again....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 April 1900

THE DEMOCRAT v. A. HOUSE, Editor. R. v . HIXBON, ity Editor, TERMS 51.00 PER YEAR. u.. nt Hi j. ofllM ni M. i i"C 'ity lUOOIld-ClMI limit' r. Mo. TIH UM AY. APRIL 1! 1900. We are all for the nominees. Don't scratch your ticket in November. Do not sulk if the county ticket is not just as you would bave it. The people have spoken and majority rules. Let every Monroe County Democrat now go to work to increase the Democratic major ity in this county. Only tried and true Demo crats must be selected as dele gates from township county and stale Democratic conven tions. Oscar Sandusky, of Macon City, came down Sunday to spend several days with li is sister, Mrs. T. E. Wine, and brother. Murry. Since the removal of Dr. W. C. Sprinkle to this city lie lias picked up a nice medical prac tice. It looks like his lines liave fallen in pleasant places. Hon. W. S. McClintic is drift ing over the State this week looking after his political fences. His chances for the lieutenant Governorship grow bri...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 April 1900

Merchant Tailoring. Merchant Tailoring, GREETING X SEASON OF SPRING AND SUMMER 1900. X To my friends of Monroe City and vicinity Having moved to the room formerly occupied by H. H. Green as a Boot and Shoe Store I would ask those that are in need of Tailor Made Garments to give me a call. 1 shall endeavor to make up garments for men's wear at prices that are reasonable. Bring in your old clothes and have them cleaned and repaired. We make them look almost like new. Respectfully. PETER WERNER, 1st, Door South F. and M, Bank, THE MERCHANT TAILOR 9 J. A. JONES SUCCESSOR TO W, B, Vanschoaick, I am now in business and will treat you right, I handle a full line of Wagon. Carriage and Single Driving HARNESS, SADDLES, ROBES, ETC For Plow Harness come to me at the W. 'B, Vanschoaick old stand. 8 ft uMoag m, a O 3jjoa jmloa anoX aJiiL Pearl Able, of Ely, spent Sun day in the city with friends. Clay and Jim Furguson were visiting friends in Qulncy Sun day. Don't fail to settle your ac count at...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 April 1900

t THE DEMOCRAT w. rouse, R. F. HIXSON. Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY. MO. H. ST. JOB TIME TABLK IKIIMO EAST. No. m ntiicikiro a c. Eli ' i -Chicago d: K, Exp ... r, Kmokflel i la jvy& Bn . n;--St. l,on' K.e. it Denver t U- Local Kiclght For Sals One ot ihe fire; c : Ul 4 II St i pi oui laui wiua at uic 11 v Joe depot, oflice. Iiujuire at this BUGGY FOR SALE. A nearly new Columbus bug gy. Apply at office. Hon. W. S. McClintic spent th-- latter portion of last week in St. Louis. J:l.Vi r I'M p HI WKHT. to. v- i htcago t K. Eli IChicago A K.O. Rip., .i I .S II.'IIVIT . IS -st. Until, K. V., it Denver t M Local Pralfhl I(WI0 ' nfre1(bl 6:10 a m tutor "M signal mid leave passongef All triilm marked t 'ire (tally except Sunday. Insist on having Maple City soan if vou want the best. If your dealer does not keep it lie Misg Bessie Boone spent Sat will get it for you. For sale by urday and Sunday with the all grocers, j homefolks at Ely. An Knglish syndicate has .... H Tj amn u.,. ' I....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 April 1900

THE NEWS FROM AFRICA. E. S. Martin in Collier's Weekly. What's the word from Africa? Kruger strikes at lusj. Now Iio'h where we've wanted him for ten years past. Wateli us while we do htm up. Progress rules to-day. Hocrs, ;et a move on you! Don't block the WHiyt ROde men, gfOSI men, men averse to soap. Bigots ail, and Ignorant; far too dull to oope Equally with Englishmen trained to modern skill. Now's our chance to show them how aye. and fo we will! What's the news from Africa? Kimberley's shut in, K nd Mafeking and Ladysmith. Still we're sure to win! Hut dining at Pretoria this coming Christmas Day Is not ho likely as it seemed, with Joubert in the way. Hude men, gross men, obstinate as raules: Fighting with a most uncivil disregard of rules: Churlish farmers, ready through when summons eomes to die. To prove Iheir right to dwell in dirt, each freeman in his sty. What's the news from Africa? Things are getting hot. Methuen's crazy ! Waucuope's killed ! (iataeie's gone to pot'. The...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 April 1900

From Neighboring owns R X K K H K K X K Edited By Orr Friend M 5 K X X CLAPPER Too late for lust wo 'k. ..,c. inn Mm. il. II Pike arc proud rl welching ' pounds thai i ! iit their 'i.i .i'i Mr. 11 Will r 1 1 1 ben till Mr-, home . Louis. f li l);l! Kjl Welt; nti Mr 11,!:- . Mr, visit I Dr. i! .). V hi health, i Iridgcford f hiji iiilirtfl l i i. mi Intra Krtim .1 tiie WARRHN. I Corn planting ! tho order of the day. There will be h largo aereage of corn planted la this vicinity. Snot l.vll, of near hero llnlshed planting corn Saturday. Woodlu Stephenson who lias In ELY. IT. T. BOOM received another car i of ibolled corn Tuesday. J. L. Lar'ie Im shipping hay to st. , Louis. ThO W. A. Moss farm has bean sold t: A Mr. Young, of Illinois. L. s. Patterson and wife, of trn, NabrMkftj are visiting with friends here. D.tnlel Boons was attending to bus laesi at Palmyra Tuesday. VV. II. Slinw visite d friends in your olty Sunday. John A. Miller, a candidate for assessor was lookln eeta here Mo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 April 1900

7 MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, VOL, 13, MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 26,1900. NO. 4 MARION CONVEN- W. E. E. COUNTY TION. Democratic Delegates Instructed for McClintic for Lieutenant Governor. Republic Speoiol. Palmyra, Mo, April 23. At Marion County Democratic Con vention held here to-day the following delegates were se lected: State Nominating Con vention J. W. Carr, H. S. Pot ter, H. C. Whaley, W. H. Bowles Dn. W. J. Tipton, Daniel Boone Doctor P. M. Harrison, A. L. Hawkins, J. W. Dawson, C. J. Murphy, J. T. Carter, R U. Set tles, and R, H. Coodier. State Judicial Convention W. H. Hays, C. C. Creeigbum, G. Whitecotton, John Clery, T. Pratt, J. J. Fitzpatric, W. Terril, W. S. McClintic. State Delegate Convention. John A. Knott, M. Feeney, M. T. Youell, J. W. Whaley, W. N. Bates, J. E. Rowc, S. Kerrick, E. M. Leake, Jr. Court of Appeals Convention J, C. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 April 1900

5 FOR PRESIDENT 9 $ Hon. W. J. Iir.i am. ANNOUNCEMENTS. stat I : SENATOR Wc are Utborld " aniinntiic MAKVIV 1)1 MM ITT 1 1 1 1 v . us n cnnni'niw ior nim,. ilils tin- TliirliTiith Senatorial w of Hlii lby Count Hmil(ir friiTM dlctrlrt. subject to tnr, action ill tlio Democrat Irty, arc Mtboritcd io announce II CI, AY IIKATHKK of Marlon eont an a cmnlidHto for Btale Senmitur Irom IbU district subject to the action tiiu Democrat party FOLLOW MF 'OME. Then; was no one i Ike 'im, 'Horue or Foot, Nor any o' the (Juns I knew: An' because it was so, why, o' course, 'o went un' died, Which in just what the best men do. So it's knock out your pipes an' fol low me! An' it's finish up your swiK38 an' fol low me! Oh, 'ark to the big drums calliu', Follow mc--follow me 'ome! Jb mare she neigha the 'ole day long, She pawn the 'ole night through, An' she won't lake 'er feed' cause 'o waiting for 'i'i step, Which is just what a beast would do. la girl she goes with a bombardier Before 'er mouth is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 April 1900

Miss Gertrude McCall came in from Stephens' College, Col umbia, and spent the latter por tion of the week with her par ents, N. H. McCall and wife. Her young friends were truly glad to see her. A new coin of the denomina tion of one half cent is a possi bility of the near future. What is the use? The Republican party will never squeeze less than a one cent revenue out of us. TO CLEAN PAINT. From MoCall'i Mogoxtne. Put on a plate some of the best whiting, have ready clean, warm water and a piece of flan nel, which dip into the water and squeeze nearly dry; then take as much whiting as will adhere to it, apply it to the paint, when careful rubbing will instantly remove any grease. Wash off thoroughly with wat er, and rub it dry with a soft cloth. Paint thus cleaned looks equal to new, and the most lelicate colors mav be treated in this way. This process will preserve the paint much longer than if it were cleaned with soap, and the process only oc -cupies about half the time of the usu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 April 1900

Another Week! THE DEMOCRAT a; Bargain Selling X AT X Williamson & Ragsdale's, 10 pkg. good soda 23c 1 lb. Battle Ax Tobacco 155c 8 pkg- Star Cleaner 23c. 3 cans Lewis Lye 2ac 6 boxes axle grease 25c 3 lbs. evaporated apples 25c 1 gal. Squirrel brand syrup 30c All stone ware per gal- 05c Pudding pans 2 qts.. " 3 .. u ' " 6 " .. Lipped sauce pan 2 potato masher 6 good tumblers. 6 good goblets 6 in. vegetable dish. 7 in 8 in. 10c 12c 15c 20c .. 25c 05c -10c 30c 10c 15c 20c Coffee pots 10c Work shirts 20c Shirting per yd 05c Tablets 01c Pickle dishes -.. ..10c L. L. muslin 04c Ladies vest 05c Steel rod umbrella 49c Percales "Jc Prints 04 and 05c .Embroideries 1 to 25c Ladies Topsy hose 3 for 25c Shirt waist 49c Shirt waist 75c to $1.00 W. B. Corsets .$14K) P. P. Corsets 75c Summer Corsets 40 to 50c Ladies skirts 88c Ladies fancy skirts 1.00 to $1.25 35 and 40c silk ginghams 30c Ladies calf shoes 1.00 Ladies Dongola slippers $1.00 Ladies cloth top slippers $1.25 .Ladies hand turned s...

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