Newspaper Page Text
City de MOCRAT. ttemacrtel I't inting G, , 'Puliiehen Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Halls Counties. VOL. 1 1 Subsn-'stion, $1.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22 1898 NO. 38 Bou Wave's POT Ladies J'"j lie Shoes. wn, Burditt kn ton of road ice. Qyster Supper restaurant Dec. 22, at Moossaer The Overall i st at Pelt Boots I? u I ware's. a ad 11 M Glark and wife spent yesterday with Quincy friends. Preston Dann, of SselbyTlHe, was in the city Sauday witli friends. School will close to d;t v for a holiday vacation until i .Tuesday, January 8, 1899. K.'v. I?. 0 Coiburn, o Stouts villa, was in the city with f Heads Saturday: Good rtad Von sat.k - cheap wagon with top. u2. B. Medcaij Mrs. Fin Smith, of Now Lqh itlon, was the guest of her friend, Mrs. J. M. Proctor Sunday. The P. K. O's will meet fur a hort business meeting at Mrs. Dr. Brown's Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Proctor mid z. c Chicago, came down to attend the Johnson weddlnis. JOHNSON PROCTOR. Wednesday. December 21 st nf packet 400 42 o'clock p, m... the most Im portant social event of the sea son occurred at the First Bap tist church when Miss Afuttie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. J. M. Proctor, one of tlie most accomplished and pop ular young ladles of the city, and James M. Johnson, Jr.. a promising young business mau. were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. Just precoeding the arrival of the bridal party Miss Carolyn Rogers favored the waittug audience with a beautiful selection rendered in her usual charming maimer. Al itie conclusion of this solo, Mrs. V. M, Medcalf rendered Lohen grin's wedding march. First came the ushers, T. M. uouiware anu v. v. uarson, then the grooms's attendants, Messrs, D. M. Proctor and) Knott Bailey, followed by the bridesmaids. Misses Ora Mc- Ilroy and VirgieBristow, Then came the groom on the arm of his best man, Dr. W. T. Hut- ledge: after them came the bride on the arm of the maid of honor. Miss Bessie Pin ley. i-Staniing under an immense hell ...-., ejof holly and mistletoe, the sol- M I1C w I Tuesday i At RANEY & SAUNDER S DRUG You wM J?ind Sell in the next Jo the room packed full of Holiday Ch dtya, as we are preparing to move to cods from Floor to OlHiur i i another 1,! i 11 iir--. at ?e must At Raney & Saunder's Drug Store. Vou will Find Monroe City. tlie most cemplcte Hue of Holiday Presents for the sast merey ever shown At Raney & Saunder's Drug Store. Proct o Geo. IT. D.u is, of Quincy. was in the city Monday looking af ter the Burlington R. B. bus!- tjess. Madd Urns, are petting up t fancy metropolitan ia- nrR at toe corner of Main and .Sum mer Streets. Biz Poage came down from Moberly Saturday and will spend seceral weeks with the bomefoik. you and I must hare my money owe me a.s I need it. Call -settle. A. BoULWA RU Mrs. J. T. Vaughn came down from Shelbiua Saturday and re mained over to attend the John-son-Proctor weddin ir. iemn ceremony WHS nertorraed by Bev. J. H. Bifl'e, at the con clusion of which tlie part' marched out to Mendelsohn's sweet strains. The bride wore handsome traveling gown of blue broad cloth, white satin 3'oke trimmed with apLiue chenille bow knots, vest of burnt orange vel vet, skirt cut demi train: hat of navy blue velvet with guinea featuei s; eloves to match. She earned brides roses. Miss Pia- : ley, of Independence, Mo., wore a .suit of castor poplin, trimmed in jonquil satin, point lace, pom ipauour bat witu ostrich tips She carried white chrysantue mums. Miss Ora Mcllroy, of Louisiana, Mo., wore a suit of wine colored covert cloth richly trimmed with white broadcloth 'and black applique; black pom padour hat. She carried yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Vlrgie j BristOW wore a gray French cashmere, purple trimmings: You will Find the Ones ever shown dn Monroe City. line of PERFUMES 4a the most stybsh and up-to-date package At Raney & Saunder's Bruar Store ' You will FintS a Coaplete line of Celluloid Cases and N of all kinds At Raney & Saunder's Drug Storee You will Find talixed Fruits the Celebrated PLOW S Candies in Bonbons, Creams, Marshmellowa and Cr Otis Berry and bride 0f hat to match, and carried pink Hatch, wereiu the city Friday chrysanthemums, tradinir with thosa who oilr.. I The groom wore a dark brown tisetatbe Democrat, traveling stilt, I The church was beautifully B. O. Wood is opening up and decorated with palms, holly, getting his Christmas goods mistletoe and native cedar, ready for inspection and Sale I which added greatly to the especially Sale. I lovely scene. John Suter and wife, of j Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left on Palmyra, spent yesterday with tue 2:51 p- m. train for a South his sisters, Mesdames M. B. ! ern tour- Carson and Ii. G. Moss. I The many beautiful and cost ly presents received by the bride tnrther proves the hiifh At Raney & Saunder's Drug Store. You witt Find l,east Missouri. the most exquisite line Medallions, Lamps, Vases and Rose Bowls in NortH esteem in which she is held her numerous friends. . by At Raney $ Saunder's Drug; Store. You will Find J. 1. Patterson has moved from Huunewell to this city and now occupies the Piersol resi dence propertyjust north of the laundry. 0. P. Bell is spending his va cation with his parents and friends In this city. He is at tending the College of Physi cians and Surgeous, at St. -Louis. Win. R Arnold spent the lat ter part of last week in St. Louis. He says he went down to visit an old school mate from Virginia. All right Will, but isn't that a new version of the story? Friday afternoon Dr. W. T. Kut ledge took a trip to Hanni bal ami returned that night. The next morning he could not get into his dental parlors through the door, so had to bor row a ladder, and prize a win dow open to gain an entrauce. Hurrah! Xmas is here again, and E. L. Anderson has placed on exhibition a large' stock of Xmas goods, consisting of all kinds of Toy for the small twirls and tsoys; also nice pies ents that should De li'tven to I the sweet, smiling Lassies by ' goods and very low prices he the over grown Laddies. has put on them. a fine line of Musical Instruments, including Guitars. Mandolins and Violin my &, sauactors You will Find a large assortment of Interesting books. Dear Santa Glaus; I want to tell you what I want for Xmas. I want a doll and a little trunk and doll bed and some candy and some oranges and peanuts. We are iralni? to have a Xmas a -a. 1 l. J .. Vs.li ,i.ll , .' . . . 1 ,1 . . . . . ... . iree ai oui cuurvu, rn.au bomwium iw . "-iu me incest, most DeautUUl lot ot Toys and agons in the says 3 ou uiu oe mete. 1 am Bolanxions to see you. -r . j ours iruiy, Katie Bkuce, Monroe City, Mo. The holiday number of the Liuneus Bulletin is a creditable number of that most excellent paper. Wiggintou & Conger are sjood newspaper men as City for the hoys and girl every isue shows. of the Bulletin Arch Ely, who is attending n Chicago dental college, is spending his vacation at home. Tlie first of the week we happened in at E. L. Ander son's grocery store and were surprised at the stock he Ikis on hands. It will surely henedt you to go and look at the elegant At Raney and Saunder's Drug; Store. YCU Will Find the finest line of Imported and domestic Cigars of Standard brands At Raney and Saunder s Drug Store, You will find Holiday Goods selling for less money than ever before in Moof Citv, Call and see for yourself Yours truly, Raney Saun iers.