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title: 'Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, December 01, 1898, Image 5',
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I CLOAKS AND CAPES!!
a: our line of a:
Jackets and Capes is Complete
And Far Superior in Pit, Form. Finish, Stylo
and Price than any line in the city. We re
spectfullj invite you to
our Stock! 1
John Bobrcr returned from'
the Southwest Monday morn 1
Handley and Willis shipped
a car load of mules Tuesday
Has McKitlley asked Airuin-
aldo whether or not he wants i
the Philippine "Door open?"
Norman Kakle left for
Marion's Capital Sunday and
transacted business there Mon
Skates, all kinds and all
sizes. Come quick, come run
ning. A. Jakgiuk.
F. W. Meyer has a bran new
boy at his home. It arrived
Mrs. E. S. Stoddard was vis
iting frie.ids in Hannibal yes
terday. fti -i - , .....
i uesday. uec. u, :-hj . m., I
The White Ribbon ladies will i
meet with Mrs. T. E. Win.-.
Miss Maud Evans was the
guest of relatives near Hanni
bal the first of' the week
Misses Mel He' and Lula Wil
son, of near Spalding, were the
quests of Iriends in the tity
Monday and Tuesday.
Correspondents vM please
remember thai; the name of the
writer must be signed to all ar
ticles or notes for publication..
GET OUR PRICES HHFOKE YOU BUY!
Remember we are Selling (hem at Removal Sale Prices'
which means Cost and Less. Respectfully, $
Samuel Christian, the irc- i Agttlnaldo for sale? If so,.
The elevator people are in it jprietor of the Racket, is in St ' ,le can be purchased cheaper
too, at least they believe in el- jLouis this week buying Christ- j tDan the Elands and that would:.
evating prices They have Was goods. ' tfive Mark and the balance of!
formed a trust with a caultal 1 tlie trust men lull swing at once. .
nev. t'. jri. iinn. ot Hroolc
Held, was the guest of his moth- The oyster supper at Col. R.
er. Mrs. Annie E. Linn, brother, & Lear's panned out-0 in casln
H. E. Linn, and sister, Mrs. W. j arul iJW in pleasure, but the?
M. Medcalf, the first of the question with Aaron Bon 1 warm
a capital i
We will not vouch for the fol
lowing receipt, but it is said to
work like a charm. If you will
rul the boles of your young
fruit trees with hog liver the
rabbits will not bark them for a
Call and settle your account.
The tax collector invites
to pay your taxes.
Ceo. W. Tooley left for
; T carry all brands of loaded
land. Texas, Monday night.
my money. an and
A. Eel 1 v 1 E.
L. C. Saunders was attending
to business in Kansas City Mon
Mrs. Matilda Wright, of Pe
catomia. ill., is the guest of
her neice, Mrs. H. G. Bruce.
Money to loan on good farm
I in t iii", H oaut iutuco
mid a Mi- ill commission
Johnson & Davenportt
Mrs.M. R. Bourne, of near i
Palmyra, was tne guest of herj
sister. Mrs. L). R, Campbell, the j
first of the week.
Sheriff Pratt, of Marion Coun
ty was attending to business in
the city Tuesday.
Mrs. Abbv Lisle, of Benton-
; ville, Ark., was visiting friends
i in the city Tuesday.
i There is a spicy letter In this
issue of the Democrat from our
Carl Jaeger, the hustler, made
a business trip to Macon City
lour account is due and I
need my money and expect you
to come and settle at once.
I must have my money you
owe me as I need it. Call and
W. W. Longmire, Monroe's
live abstractor, real estate and
loan agent, made a business
trip to Paris Tuesday.
The citizens of Clarksville are
working to secure a good pub
lic library for their town. Mon
roe City needs, should have and
could easily support a good
public library. A few weeks
ago the Democrat made a
proposition along this line but
up to this time we have not
heard of any action being taken
by our people,
S. E. Sharp and Miss Anna
IV! le Heavner of this city were
married Sunday Nov. L'0. 1898
at 1 p. m., at the home of the
bride's relatives in Macon, the
pastor of the Baptist church, of
Macon officiating. They re
turned to Marceline Monday
and took up the duties of house
keeping. "Bud" is known
by all Marceline people, he
having been here since Mr.rce
line was in its infancy. Miss
Heavner has made Marceline
her home for several years.
i May life's burdens never grow
too heavy for them. Mar
Lost. On Wednesday of last
week, on the gravel road lead
Mrs. Susan Mulverhill.
Hannibal, was the guest of
son-in-law. John W. White,
first of the week.
1 1 e i
The Buckman Bros, stock
sale came off Nov. L'.'th and
t I l 1 1 i i I i I . . tr'if li.ii ti a i . . . , i
: attended the tfrand opening and ', . . . . - .
k.MM iSL v ' di i.i the Stock brought fair prices.
roriyneau oi muies orougnt
T. M. Boulware, ; Mrs. E. L
An lerson and, Miss Mary Carson
ing north from Monroe City, a
package containing a green
plaid waist, apron, pin and
handkerchief. Leave at this
MONEY TO LOAN!
In riiv amount rtMlred from S'O) t' IOOX. on
Improved Farm Lands. I hnvomuni
i..' ! amount lo lonn J 1 1 1 t t this time. Now
is the bit Um to Kit Low Rates and
Easy Terms, l.ouim uluiud ou sliott no
UUH. Apply ilin-ct to
W. W LONGMIRE,
Lonn and AbltMCt l.awvcr.
Bear in mind that the Jack
Potts Comedy Co. comes well
recommended and every per
formance is guaranteed to give
entire satisfaction r money
refunded at Box office, at Opera
House Dec. f), '.I and 10th. Ad
mission 10, I'D and 80 cts.
is, what became of the 14,00??
Bert Wood was olT Sunday
for Cuba. III., and we won't say
anything about realestate until;
the deal is cpnsutnated, but you.
can bet that where Bert is there
is a deal on hand.
The Presidents message wilU
not appear in the country press,
as the average paper carries;
only 40 columns and the mes
sage is said to be 50 columns.;
Geo. W. Britt and Rev. Bes
wich have bought the Randolph
; Citizen published at Huutsvilie
; and have changed its name to
the Randolph Democrat. P"Vf
have greatly improved the pa-per.
List ot Letters. ,
Remaining unclaimed in postofBcafi
at Monroo Citv. Mo. on Nov.:jo.,
' .1. Blnton; A. B. CampbeL
T. .. . T1 T 1 J .1
Moi'l-is; TlKiK. F.-csto'j KOI i f Ol U'di
Co.; s. H. Taylor! Johr. V'eatoh,
To obtain nnv of the lottors persM ,
the sympathy 1 must say adreftiMd.
J. f. f ATTOM, . in.
Don't it make one tired. The
English so called blue-bloods.,
bank on their (horse talk) pedi
grees and turn up their noses.;
The eleven month-old son of
James Wright died Thursday
night of membraneous croup.
Funeral services were conduct
ed at the family residence Fri
day afternoon by Kid. Nicoson.
The tamilv have
of all in their sad bereavement.
The Jack Potts Comedy Co.
will appear at the Opera House
Dec- h, !i and 10. Tills company
comes well recommended and
the managers of the Opera at American plebians. but when.
The receipts of the Hannibal
postoffice for the fiscal year
show it to be the sixth office in
the State, the amount being
banquet of the New Rim
Hotel at Mexico last night.
Madrid. Nov. 7. The Bank
of Spain's report for the week
shows Gold in hand, unchang
ed; Silver in hand, increase,
6,404,000 pesetas: notes in circu
lation, decrease, li, lL'0.000 pesetas.
The map of the World will
now necessarily be changed so
it will show the United States
house guarantee every perform
ance to give satisfaction or
money refunded at Box office.
Ladies will be admitted free
first night with one paid ticket.
Admission 10. 20 and 80 CtS.
from H40 to $0;!; 100 head of
cows from 982.50 to !4:?; 100
head of calves from (14.50 to
J0; 80 head of yearling steers
i IfM. T 1 1 c i: i. f i
of America, and of the Atlantic "' 1,cau yearDS amers
n.. .-. . r i ... 25: 50 two vear-old steers -tri
oa-un, i-acuic ocean, aim l ie, - ,;.,. fr nuttnni ilnm rt
Gulf of Mexico and the C-,rri l'er head ; 40 head of fat cattle premium tor instructions hm to
Gulf pf Mexico and 1 Carri- conduct their excellent paper.
lx..r, r, di 1 '
90 each and the Jack, Duke of
The management of the Opera ' the Wood. 500. It was one of
Jewett & Cox are offering a
the Shelbma Democrat. Mo.-t
newspaper men get all the ad-
House does positively guaran- j the largest, if not the largest
tee, The Derby Winner at opera sale of stock in this section of
house Thursday. Dec. 1st, to be the country this fall.
one ot tlie oest companies on j
Dr. Beecher was a very liber
al minded man and he educated
his congregation up to his
standard, bat Dr. Lyman Ab-
the road, satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded at Box
vice they want
free of charge.
along this line
Lord Stratford or any other old
lord, he is only 70 years of age.,
wants to add millions to his
fortune he or they come across,
the pond for a 80 -year old bride.
In plain American, what is the
difference between the youn;;
plcbian American who goes out .
for a frolic and the Knglish
Lord who makes it legal!
adultery. Money lays fot
many things, but it cannot,
make impure matter pure.
The Jack Potts Comedy Co
1 . r T r : i ,
i,t i i.; .1.- . t... ' ill u priii nuu.ic uuui's 11 oeo
mn -h lr, ti,-m hMV ,v,nt,.,l ' Pt? " addition to tile Calcium i ,"S U"d
so phicu more cnan tnej wanted r ' but Thursday for tha ie.-iit
he U tendered his resigna- "llL "
: songs, one oi wnicu win oe pre
seuted each evening between
Card of Thanks,
'io the many friends and
neighbors who did so much to
ward our relief in our trying af
ction. we desire to express
our sincere thanks,
gAjnrsy m. Qbavks vnu Pamt
4' fine girl has arrived v.t the
lnme of Charles Evans and le
bj duly elated thgugJ it is not
tye first one.
Jpbn Dirigo is. stepping
QB account of the sweet little
acts in addition to other sing-
Hoftw Br.ford. of Kendall, WAI here
witli trlendi SaturUay.
Jolnl TompkitiH went to St. LouU
Saturday on builoeit,
The ludie of the M. B. church of
building of the parxouajfe und we are
find to report they cleared 131,
Hurry MoC'lintio, of St, Uouil, wai
home the latter pari of the week i
visiting Ml parents.
John W. Orr is on the siek list.
In the last ten days there has been
ing. dancing and musical spec
ialties. Admission 10, 0 and
ti ur loads of lios. S ot eattle and 4
of piling shipped from here,
J. B. and ). S. kleCllntle and W.
B. Arnold took 8 loads of eattle to
JftrafM Qlbboiu thipfted on loal of
cattle to Chicago the lirst of the w eek
.lames . Flnaitr nttnrned from hU
buiidingud convert it into a trip la Kuuae PWdaj.
first class wagon and carriage noia BUvkwpoi and Miss Mollte
factory. This is a very imnor- Foreman aero unitid in marriage at
t;int deal to the citv- Mr. l'i0 hwea wi the brides parents Wed-
hittfa Humburir is to be conLrratulatetline"Ull-v , ve"i"f ttt 7 'k.
( I, ..,., i .www, I., vuftr tiv iiiin.i
on securing such a tine location ... . . flll. uul
yyri wnp uas come to stay wiui tor his business. jaKe will
Uiu aud little George is tickeled now have room to spread him
tLdsMh.bvcause it. if at. sister, ' sel(w
WE HAVE THE VERY BEST
; J. P. Smith bought the old.
: ware house on Vine Street last;
; week knowu as the Kowe
property and sold it on Mon
, day to Jacob Humburg who we
understand will remodel the
il MM Gob
in the City, and are Pfepared to nuote
you LOWSB PBICI8 on
BOOTS, SHOES, KUBBER BOOTS , FELT BOOTS,.
OVERSHOES, , ALASiCAS AND 9ANDLES?
Than any Howe in the County.. We waut.your tradvarU
will nirt you valurs-tlyH will merit it
A. C" Spaldlii returned Satupilay
from Kansas where he had been at
Kndinjj to bvsincas for hut taAfccVt.