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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 June 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14 HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 190I. rvr i . A better From Chiim. Huchau, The Missionary Home. Shanghai, Dear Father The mail steam ers have been irregular of late and hence the irregularities in your letters. This is also the explanation of the fact that for some time I have not received a letter from you. You see that it is now the middle of May and I am in my busiest season. Have been out in the boat al most continuously for over a month. Nellie went with me on one of my trips and we were out one week. During that time I married a couple my first wedding in China. I just yesterday came back from an other trip of some five days. Had rather a peculiar exper ience. The place is some "0 miles southwest of here but in the same "Fu" or county. The church there was established by workers under our Native Missionary Society and hence no foreigner has ever visited it. It is in a wild, rough, mountain ous region where robbers abound the year around....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 June 1901

lrR W. B. A. McNUTT John Whm in Lov as. John Montgomery was tie, peralely in love with Alice j Ulnir. At ;!" it wan hi first ex perience nt tlit; tender passion, and ive. like measles, is apt to strike :i vlien taken late in life. A fair amount of sell confi denCS had aided materially to : his success as a business man: in hla intercourse with Miss Blair Ihnl attribute deserted i him. and lie found himself wholly unable to tell her his love and ask her to marry him. j John told himsell that iie had j no cause for such timidity; if : Miss Blair did not openly favor his suit, at least she gave pref erence to no one else. More Over, her lather and mother were u:j cordi il always, as heart could desire. All this to no purpose: opportunity still found him a coward. At last, disgusted with him self, be resolved to write: his pen should prove more facile than his tongue, liven thuf. he found difficulty in expressing himself, and wrote half a dozen I ter- epistles before he produced one . O...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 June 1901

Goin' Back. I've packed my trap and I'mgoln'baok where the Bald I aretfieen and broad And the OOlU, with their lags all doubled ap, an- rollin'on the sod: They'll smile. I I'pose, when they see me come, and they'll, some of'em likely say They thought I'd forsaken the farm for -rood the day that I went away Uut let'em smile -I'm iroin' back I'nttek Of the noise and funs, Where ft couple of dollars count for more than the lifcof acommon cubs; They'll nobody notieejl've. went away if you told'em they wouldn't. -arc, Hut somebody's faee'U .be full of joy when she greets her boy back there. I'm goin' back, for I've had my 1111 I've saw what there is to see: Theeit y may still be theplaee -for you, bnl it's lost its charm for me: And won't I be loneaote there, you say with the people o far apart? Well, mebhy they're few and far be tween out each of em urot a heart: There ain't no hundreds or thousands there to push you around, I know, Not earin' a cent where you're cumin ' from or where y...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 June 1901

THE DEMOCRAT w. J, ROUSE, Editor. I ;. r. EIIXSONi c ity Editor. ffiRMS $I.OO if;k year turd Rt thfl rot offl'-e Rt Monroe City M IICOnd-ClAM mutter. Mo. THURSDAY, JUNE 27 1901 All natural resources of this section should be developed Will it !)(.- in order to read the Declaration of Independence on the Fourth of July? Hir lie busily en America's countries. New fad in Ladies at Rogers. J. W. Johnston left Tuesday night for New Orleans. La., on a business trip. Men's cool wash coats 50c. Men's cool duck coats 75c to '. at Rogers. The Indian Creek picnic will be pulled Off sometime in August. Will tell you later. Men's cool crasii and linen pants, worth 90c to $1.60 for 50c at Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. J. I) Mc(i las son, of near Warren, were shop- time our Republican 1 ping In the city Monday, throw away foreign , ... J " It' ', , .. -III.! 11' I I I t L TO (I II VUUI LI uui. uii.i .. ... try to make it to your interest to trade with us. RoaEttB. Mrs. C. O. Sims, of Nashville, Tenn., is t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 June 1901

BIG CLEARANCE SALE A. X OF 5H0ES AND AT SLIPPERS BOULWARES SHOE STORE g M For the next fifteen days Commencing Friday, June 28th, and Ending M 17 H Saturday, July 13, 1901. sale price $2.00 air Ladies Tan ( price SI. 50. ir Ladies Tan 0: $1.00. M price SI. 00 M19 nair Ladies Patent Leather Slippers sale price 1 fti sn. 3.00, 2.50 2.01) sale sale price 1.50 sale sale price price 75c. sale price 81.00. ft M y 2: pair Misses Tan Shoes worth ! 75. l.5o sale Sj price $l.oo 4o pair C hi Ids Tan Shoes worth L.oo sale price m 75c. y Our line ofMisses and Childrens Slippers in black v tan and red (patent leather excepted) sale m price 5oc. K Our entire line ot Men's Tan Shoes worth 5.oo, ft 4.oo, 5.5o and -'i.ou sale price $2.5o. A 4o pair Men's Shoes plain and coin toes worth 1.50 ft Sl.oo H 31 pair Men's and Boy's plow sh es sale price 76c 14 pair Men's Southern Tie Oxfords worth 1.50 ffi sale price 1.00. . ffi If you need Shoes this is the opportunity of your life, All the above lots are ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 June 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. house, Editor. II. F. IMXSON, City Kditor. TF.RMS $1.00 PER YhAK Filtered At the pMI office at Monroe ' i t y . Mo. H MOOUd-ClMI matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 27 1901 SAW BONES, PILL DISPENSERS ! Eighth Annual Session North Missouri Medical As sociation. Christ cures the sin side soul, the Physician, man. is with you! at birth, p deviates your suffer in if through life and is near you when the doors between for- j evei and no more swing ajar to let the spirit take its Might o'er j tile range .Next to tin- minis ter Christ's representative, the Physician stands the highest in the eyes oi all men. The Eighth Annual Session of the North Missouri Medical As sociation convened in tins city Thursday 20th inst.. and contin ued until Ihe 21st. The New Monroe Hotel was headquarters and at - p. m. with the sound of brass and tinkle of cymbals the session was opened at the Opera House. Rev. Dr. V. A. Hatch pronounc ed the invocation which had a tendency to cause man to look above t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 June 1901

A Suggestion. Here is ;i wise and opportune ! trom the Nevada A Record of Reversal. The New York World cites a number ol Instanced in which i suggestion the United Slates supreme j Post: court has reversed itself: '-People do not come to trade "1. It has decided that I because they love our mer- (Dartmouth college case) that a I chanta better than those of state charter is a contract j other towns. They come to in- which the state may not break 1 vest their money to the best ad- and later that a state may break it "2. It has decided that con gress has exclusive authority to regulate commerce on all navigable waters. and later that it has not. Later yet it lias reversed that reversal aud reaffii med its first decision. It has decided that stock certificates may not be is sued under a state law. and lat er that they may. "4. It has decided that con gress has no legal power to make paper money legal tender for debts incurred before its is sue, and later that it has un limited power to ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 June 1901

ioo Degrees in the Shade Is what the thermometer registers. It makes you hot to. contemplate it. Take ;i look at the register in my store that gauges the prices on First Class Groceries and Queensware and you will le comfortable. It does not take a fortune to buy your Table Supplies at Geo, ML Nichols, Where you will find the Highest Grade Coods on the market at the Lowest Price. Highest Market Price Paid Eggs. !- I i ' vi;::V;.'.;:1;:vi v Go and see illustrated talk tonight at the First Baptist Church, part of which will be given at the Opera House July 4th. Miss Blunt goes on the theory that those who go tcnight will want to go then. ff I Warren Items I ma Payne will possibly recover. Warren is in the swim this! Little Otis' Rouse.' we are summer, We have had three glad to report improving slow line rains in the last; three j ly at this writing, weeks. j Mrs. Win, Frederick lelt last The Warren school gave their j Friday for Kirksville to attend annual fish fry Saturday, which jtn...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 July 1901

V3 "hYl I Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14 HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 190I. NO. I4 Travis will Sunday for Church New. Rev. Tavlor. Methodist, has held a protracted meeting at Cross Roads, Ralls county in which there were accession to the church. Rev. Dr. J. E. preach at 4 p. m the .good people at Coopers ville. Rev. Edwards, of LaGrange, has been called to the pastor rate of Little Union Church and has accepted. Re O. L. Bronson. of Pal myra, has been called to the pastorate of the Baptist Church at Kiricsviile. Mo., and it is thought he has accepted the call. The Christian and First Bap tist congregations will hold union services at the park Sun day 7:30 p. m. Rev. R. B. Briney will deliver the sermon. S. s. Convention ai Strother. It was hot and dry but the Baptist meeting house at Strother was filled to overflow ing last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. D. M. Proctor had arrang ed a S. S Convention for that part of Beth I Association. It was well planned. The sub jects were al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 July 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. .1 it. r. TERMS HOUSE, Editor. HIXSON, ity Editor. $1.00 PER YhAM Entiled at the post office at Monroe City, It se ond-class matter. Mo THURSDAY. JULY 4 1901 Buy milk from T H Ball. Dr. Born back. Aurist. Hannibal. Oculist Mo. and Hour at Get canli price S bar) & Donley's. Lumber, lime. hair. Paints and Oils. C. D. BvERHAHTACo. Albert Kendrlck, of near Slielbina, was in the city with friends Thursday. Don't l Unnecessary Work. Use the great labor saver. Maple City Self Washing Soap. All grocers sell it. You want money, we want butter and eggs and pay t de highest price for them. SHAKP & DONLEY Tlif iSest Kaitndry Soap is Maple City Sell Washing Soap. .lust try it and see. All grocers sel I it. William Hays, one of tile bright attorneys of New Loll don. was in the city on business bent last Thursday. Miss Mable Hroughton. of Oak Dale, was the guest of her friend. Mrs. J. W. Evans Thurs-1 day. W. W Wilcoxen and family formerly of this city has mov ed from South...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 July 1901

A Voice from the Hluek. The Constitution is in receipt of the following very strong letter from Professor S. R. Marshall, colored. principal ol the twenty eighth city school of Columbus, Ga'.i Columbus, Ga., JuneU-l, 1901. Editor Constitution Your editorial in Sundays Con stitution on The Only Way To Deal with the Loafing Class" is a timely article You might have taken up the subject of the little boys who loaf around the streets and public places, who are nuisances and menaces to everybody. They should be picked up in time, before their criminal education is complete. Thus saving th s state time, money and human lives. They should be whipped and their parents fined for not providing these boys with honest work. As for the class of loafers you referred to and the plans you set forth, there should not be lost another hour in carry- MARK TWAIN WAS 8PANK KD . And He Ieservel It for tlie Joke Played on II is Father. ing these pi; nto ll'ect. Every honest negro must agree that you see an...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 July 1901

Doing; a Regular Business, MOT CLjSlNi WT A $20,000 STOCK GOODS COMPOSED OF a: C1 P$5 Y GO I CL0TH1N Boots Shoes, Hats and Caps Is now being thrown on the market in the regular way, preparatory to buying and putting in the mammoth Fall Stock. TO MAKE MONEY YOU MUST SAVE IT AND THE FOLLOWING PRICES WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO SAVE IT. Prints. fcest Prints let- Domestics. The Best I I LL Muslin 10 cent Muslin H. cent Muslin 4cts 7c ts ticts Shirting. ( !ood Shirting oe The very Pest 10 cent Shirting goes ;it lets lets Dress Goods. All 1(11.50 Dress Goods now go at - All $1.00 Dress roods o now at 05c and 75c Dress Goods now go at All Dress Goods 80c and 10c value, now tfo at All 12c and 15c Dress Goods now go at $1.00 75cts OOcts 25c is lOcis Wash Goods. 5c Scotch Lawns 2Acts tile Scotch Lawns ..JtyctS 10c Lawns 7Acts A Big Line ot Percales now go at 5cts A Big Lot of Lawns and Organ dies that s. !(1 at 80c, H5c and 40c now t,ro at 25c 1 8 Shirts, Overalls. 50c Overalls s;."cts A Pig Line of...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 July 1901

l' ' R It a 8 k4 1 M ITi 0 CLEARANCE SALE OF 2 SHOES AND SLIPPERS AT BOULWARES SHOE STORE Commencing Friday, June 28th, and fifteen davs Saturday, luly 13, 1901 M 17 pair Ladies Tan Shoes worth 3.50, 3.00, Hale price $2.00 ft 50 V 21 pair Ladies Tan Oxfords worth 2.50, 2.00 sale W nrin.o ftl Sfl 4n 8 pair Ladies Tan Oxfords worth 1.50 sale price y 81.00. Li i : - t ,wiw.r, Qt..n Qi;.., i r.n i Q price SI. 00 Miv) nair Ladies ratent Learner suppers sale price M 81.50. H 30 pair Ladies Kid Lace Shoes sale price 75c. W 40 pair Ladies Lace Shoes worth 1.75 sale price M 81.00. Ending 2.3 pair Misses Tan Shoes worth L75, l.oo sale price 8 l.oo 4o pair Childs Tan Shoes worth L,5o sale price 75c. Our line of Misses and Childrens Slippers in black Ian and red (patent leather excepted) sale M price ooc. m Our entire line ot Men's Tan Shoes worth 5.oo,H -l.oo, 3.5o and 3.oo sale price 82. 5o. A 4o pair Men's Shoes plain and coin toes worth 1.50 ft Sl.oo M 31 pair Men's and Boy's plow shoes sal...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 July 1901

at ARE YOU READY a; for a; Your Spring Wall Paper? The Styles and Prices this Spring A makes it easy to sell. A White Lead, Mixed Paint And Color Stock Complete. Palmer and Wrights Perfume The Spirit of 'TO. Grandfather i Feeble And walk- with rt OAM, .mI I lift r'ourtli Hi .Inly In" -lit (jiiiiin lnf with pain. And , von never would think Ik- luui fouffbt in tin: war la ii ne Miceu wnat wo wanted mom-i liit i itK'kiT.i for i llm mother remembers when grandpa returned mi lu 11 il i u'itli il IIIiuItiI Ilia .rill. ' lantr Mtrned, Ami it hUMgt with 111 muiltel and word iii the wall. VV ith the etur ipunfled btinner drap I'd over thou all. And tin' neighbor call grandpa "the major' tincu he Konght so bravely to make title "tha lailtl llf till! fl'l'l;'" Hut motiiei' site i ii''l a- she patted i hit head. You and I will escape all the tumult" -he ealdt 'We'll go to the orchard ami -it n. iitli Ihetreet A ui lii-t to the music ol birds and of liee?.. , Von shall tell mo a etorj of days l...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 July 1901

(Continued from pnge . ) for lost time. Small matter, however, they had had their way to a dot, and Maj. Dow ling was safely seated in the speaker's chair. It was every thing to them to have bossed the job. and Benzie was welcome to strut, if he chose. After the prayer had been of fered by the chaplain a won derful solo rendered by the singer of BtnithvlUe, the chair man of the committee arose and said 'the speaker hardly need ed an introduction, but was here and would now favor the peo ple with an address." The major came to the front and begged to 'differ with the linnrr:i Wli ,rii-im 1 I-1 -i n.l I!i..m introduced Hon. A. P. Bishop, of Andover college, as "speaker of the day." The committee stared with open-mouthed astonishment at the sudden collapse of their programme. "How in thun ? What in the na ? Who in the dev ?" and their excited vision focused on the third member. But he was listening intently to Itbe major, who would "add another word before he sat down. I am glad, he sa...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 July 1901

:: x I Our Great Closing g fOut Cash Sale I Heads the Procession. WE LEAD Others Follow. Competition is befogged in the cloud of dust we have stirred up and all that the thrifty buy- J er can ee ; our big band wagon full of jj Tempting Bargains! And say. the people are cliin )ing in so fast we M can -scarcely wait ou them J This Great Slaughter Sale still continues on J i . r . srauu anu nis lormer , skssjw; icuaiiib licivc ui ilic ii.i. im; jh trouble. Messrs Dodson and Tracy bought out J. W. Hutt a who had a lease on the bui Id in to have paid and tendered s; Dry Goods, Corsets, Parasols, jjKid Gloves, Table Covers,! K Towels, Ribbons, Table Linens,; 5i Napkins. Shirts, Pants, Over-i Kails, Neckties, and Hats. k ! ; 5 We have put he knife deep in SHOES to 5 move them fast. X v FRIDAY we will have on sale Graniteware and O " . f D - i this city, Come Friday. I Come and attend the Record Breaking Sale ! of the season. Williamson & Bull. 8 8 5 Coopersvllle. What little wheat ther...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 July 1901

Ma Monroe City Democrat. VOL, 14 nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY II, 190I. NO. I5 P. E O'h Celebrate About one hundred guests as sembled to show their patriot ism in response to the follow ing invitation issued by the committee entertainment chap. H. Our P. E . Band, this land, )n Thursday the Fourth of July. Celebrate that, nitrht: with greatest delight) The none will ascend to the sky, I sinall-Pox. Peter Burditt- has arrived I from Qulnev. 111.. :ml with him be brought a full grown case of yams. yaws. Cuban itch or of small pox. He and tne family ; were promptly quarantined and U known In are getting along nicely, swing ing in hammocks Oantl I their bikes in the back yard, ! but they have uo one to play I with or talkeoap box theology Hayes Dr. E. C. Hayes. one of the The first fo Sister Read's botes, we invite yon to. It looks like a piece of tooome, Criminal negligence upon the A peek of arscraekers please take. Dart of Ouincv health officers. j i They sent Burditt's work...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 July 1901

THE DEMOCRAT w . J . H. I. TERMS. HOU8E, Bdltor. HlNsoN. City Killti $1.00 law Entered at the poat oflVe M Monro (My, as second-r.laf i mutter. Mo. 'Mammy's Baby Cnmi m lar yo' lays a-elnieklin. an' ii-hnm-itiiu. Yon iAUC)' lump ' fat. Yo' ru-eal! Yn' jo my omm' st4p blinktn' dow Ilka iat. TH URSDAY, JULY 11 1901 Dr. Horn back, Aurist. Hannibal, Oculist Mo. 'i t; nit i nil l Vo1 looks j"' like bah I i. I hopoa lain' away. Ma ifoodneaa, if l.l'.ititiali. Hat bully itndei t&f. ehoe'lato-Qtu so beard yo' mam 1 i aaiwsr eve ii I in II ir Injv i' 1 1- at s s I Queer But True.f Youth with energy always leads, that is the case with the North Main Street Drug House. Dobody sU'iils ma i-u t wlnit I Get c.t-i, price sii;i rp v I lonley's. A. E. Lapp and wife, spent the Pour lb with the home folk at Clarence. E, 8 Hampton was ness visitor In Palmyra day. Mrs. A S Carter. o( bal. spent the latter part of last week m the city with friends. w. (. Foreman ha re floor j ed and painted the porch...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 July 1901

Brother Dickey's Sayings. Some folks perspires a good deal in dis worl.' en judgln film de gait dey gwine. it's sate ter say dey '11 perspire in de next. Dey say lightnin' don't strike twice in de same place; but it's a good idea not to bang roun' vvbar it's done bit. Ef dey WUB a elevator ter heaven some folks would say dat kinder travelin' makes 'em dizzy. Folks dat looks fer de light may git ter de shudder, but dey has a happy time a -gittin' dar. Some people wasted lots er time waitin' fer de worl' ter turn roun' so' dey kin git on de brighter side. Atlanta Constitution. A Paris father who missed his umbrella from the hall rack could not explain its disappear ance. but was given the requir ed information by the usual bright 1 year old. "Sinter Ma bel's beau took it last night," the hopeful declared tenacious ly. "'I know he did, fori heard him say before be left that he 'was going to steal just one.' And Mabl went in and told her mother that "Willie ought to be whipped until be ...

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. — 11 July 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. U. r HIXSON, City Editor. 1 BRMI $I.OO PER VBAH Ladle Set A Good Evauiple Hudson. Mich, July 8. The j p several ladies" cUibs of this tenants citv liave taken up a cm trouble sade against dirty streets, and the unkept condition of vacant lots, etc . with the re Itc-Kead. r n ierel it the iot ofllce t Monroe City, Mo. an second-class matter. THURSDAY. .JULY 11 1901 Pa-.1T '-, .1 . .Smith and his former have or are having Messrs Dodson and Tracy bought out J. W. Huttj who hail a lease on the building and they claim to have paid mmI Ifl ...,.1 t 1 I Clll U J V UUIC HUM ICIIUCICU I suit mat Hudson presents as rent tor month or July. Mr. I neat in appearance as any city Smith claims 240 rent which I in the state. The ladie sent a y refused to pay. He then. . .... , nit., on Tuesday as they were pack- communication to the Lily . .. . J , , J , . ! , v ing the stock of goods to move .Council on the street cleaning attached it. it is valued at ! problem a f...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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