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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 September 1901

I SS SrS'' - "SiSSS: gg"""gg--" Miss Sallie Christian is learn T " "SJ lug to be Hello girl at the Cen 141 . . . , TT tral office. m TO'C AY IS THE DAY OF OUR GRAND w.-.-a ,ro ,. In hole stove with oven call at this III Millinery Opening M C J III yesterday TIT " - " Ui Ut w. v. capson & co m The schools this a- tn-. as usual thi; ,, , ...,10011 Will be closed win open These Prices Are What Brings Us Business. m STORE VTLI BE CLOSED DURING ME' lit m I New d. f MORIAL SERVICES. JSC Dry Goods. 1 1 4U One first clsss saw mill 80 horse ower in tine condition ! $l50 Dress Good for sale very cheap if su,.l onn E. E. Po.(... (ireenlawi, Mo iti ' It ll. ! '! f 1 III is being filled with the most choice W 111 9 goods on the market, a visit to us will fff W iNiF Goods are arriving daily, our stock j TTT m in ijjj convince you that we have the right thing at $ H the right price, X JSC JSC JSC J 414 44 II! W. V. CARSON & CO. Ill J. H. Johnson, is visiting the j homefolks in the Empire S...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 September 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. it. r. HIXSON, City Editor. Ihk"s $I,OOPLK VLA, Fntercrt Ht Hie pout Office S.I Monroe Ottjr( Mo. as second class mutter. Is O. T. Rhodes lonesome :1 W. W. Lonymire was a busi ness visitor in Palmyra Monday. Mrs. W. T Rutledge visited i Hannibal friends Thursday. Otis Richards is visiting his lister Mrs. Z.icary, at Jackson ville, 111. Mrs. A. Jaeger spent the lat ter portion of last week witli ! THURSDAY. SEPT. 19. 1901. N.K.tT, Time Table tiki' ioCTH. Nn lVl'sssenger Flyer 11:0a p a. SI-Accommodation ... ... IllM am ; I ... nl Kr. !(, -l" m vt Accommodation ... KUf J Hufliilo to Kansas City 1- Iyer 4:1. p in tkainu Nor.rH lfi--PftHseiiRer Klver. ... 4: 22J'asssijBTeT 2: tfe!--L,m-al Freight 6: H pin m AocommoclMlon Kl. an i K.nsa dtf to Buffalo Fiver. losMpm Jl)Hily etepl Hiiniluy. Others Imlly E, Ii. IPAIIR, Allt Mutter and eggs bring yon the most money when taken to Sharp adonmcy s Benj. McAllister, merchant Q"incy friends. at Shell, was a busin...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 September 1901

The Lambs and tlm shearers. Our Wall sired correspond ent notes the fact that the pub lic trot into the market "iust at the Wrong lime again." 'Twas ever thus. What else is the public for? If there were DO public thfl professional ma nipulators might carry their hod of securities up the ladder and then carry it down again. But the public stands ever ready to receive the load at the top and fall thrOUgll the floor will) it so the speculators may carry it up again. From the Pittsburg Dispatch. IMitUe a Din for Good Itoiuls. "It costs the farmers." says the Post Dispatch, "more to haul their produce from farm to station in their wagons than it costs the railroads to haul freight of all kinds and carry passengers, mail and express." This ought to jar the asleep as well as the halt-asleep and awaken them to a sense of what they owe themselves The local Good Roads League is do ing some creditable work, push ing ahead ; nd leaving behind it the denotements of progress, but it must continue...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 September 1901

k FARMERS INSTITUTE WILL BE HELD IN MONROE CITY Under the auapicea of Hie State Board t Agriculture on Thursday and Friday, September 26tt and 2711?. or try. class of in answering Sessions w ill be held each day beginning at 10:00 a. in.. !:oi p and 7:30 p. m. Arratig to attend ali the sessions, if possiVle. This meeting is being held here lie cause the farmer- have naked for it. Subjects of interest to the PARMER. STOCK RAISER. FRUIT GROWER and GARDNER, w ill be discussed by a number of expert enced and practical men. The following from a letter from Hon. Geo B. Ellis, Secretary of the State Board, will give an idea of the sub jects to te discussed. Mr. C D. Lyon of Higginsport, Ohio, a practical farm inil one of the leading agricultural writers of this coun- will discuss the subjects ol "improving the Fertility of the Soils. ' "Legumes as roii improvers. --vvneai Growing" and "Com Culture. Dr. D. P. Luckey, State Veterinarian, w ill discuss the subjects "Prevention ol Contagious D...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 September 1901

) r Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14 riONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, I90I. No. 26 Church Ncwh. Kev. Fr. J Lyon, ol Indian Creek, was in the city on busi ness Friday. Rev. M. L. McReynolds at tended the Mt. Salem associa tion at Mt. Zion Church in Shelby County last week. Revs. J. H. Rifle and J. H. Terrill. attened the Mt. Salem Association at Mt. Zion Church last week. Rev. J. Bennett, of Canton, Mo. was in the city Monday en -route home from appointments at Pleasant Grove. Ralls County. Rev. Dr. W. A. Hatch left for St Joseph. After a visit there he went to Denver and from there to San Francisco, where he goes as one of the foui delegates from Missouri, to attend the General Confer ence of the Episcopal church. Rev. W. R Painter found out just what the Baptists of Bethel Association thought of him last week. A private bal lot was taken for the election of ministers to deliver the doc trinal sermon next year. When the votes were counted Bro. Painter received a big majo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 September 1901

THE DEMOCRAT V. 3. ROUSE, Kditor. R, F, HIXSON, City Editor. (CRMS $I,00,,Kk VtAR entered m ibt post umcpat Monro fit?. Mo. as -el und-class matter. THURSDAY. SEPT. 6. 1901. Table No K. T. Time I MAIN'S SOUTH. 15-Passcnger Flyer 11:03 p m nAeoomBodauon 11:3 am - t ...... tr . . : u . B.l , , I ' ' i . I . . : I O.0 IB w.itj p a 4 1. pjra . ' . 1 , : . . T i P Buffalo to Kansas City Flytl TKA1NI S'nkrH. 16--PaseriKer Fiver. 4:88 a "1 22"PMItDKCt J:'7 p m tt2 Local Freight 6:' " p MAci'OnifliodatlOll , Vlaaro - Kai.-.i-i Illy In Buffalo Fiver. l-:- pro Jltail.v OCopI Sunday. Others Ijaily. E. IS: SPAJIK, Ag-nt ll. cV St. Joe Time Table. fUT. No 1" Fur Kansas City, St. Joseph Omaha Nebraska. Colorado, Pacific Coast, from It Louis and Hannibal 10 1am 4i Tin- Burlliifton-ltortbtrn Pacific Bxpresi lor Northwest Nebraska Black Mills, Wyoming. Montana Washington, Puget Bound, Port land, from St. Louis l:0.'pm U For Kansas City, BtJoaeph, Kan sas noil west from Chl''uk" and ami Uiiim y 1:11 ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 September 1901

X Don't Miss It! X HANNIBAL FRFF STREET EXP05IT1JN. OCTOBER 1st M M III anfl Si Bigger and Better than a Street Fair Grand Electric Tunnel Eight Blocks Long! MajnifiV cient Decorations! Five Brass Bands! Unique Attractions on Every Corner. X X X X Reduced Railroad Rates! Free Bridge? Free Roads! Free Ferry! FOR PRIVILEGES ADDRESS Jno, A, Knott, Thos. Robinson, SECRETARY. PRESIDENT. WE BUY i Poultry and Eggs. We bave added the baying and shipping of poultry and eggs to our business and will pay highest market price for all tliat is offered Balzer & Dingo. MONROE CITY, MO. 1 r?T& PanAmeric i Exposition -X and I j i Si WABASH Mas its own rolls ana Is . . ,rl the shortest line from J j Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago " , To BUFFALO tfffi FALLS S tup-overs given at both points on ail tickets. Only line from St. tools, vh Mafttrt Falls. 11 :rosses Detroit Rbtf, one of tile most beautiful rivers of Anaica. for c r 1 1 . Rnt'u, Mr,, mil on nearest Matmsh llcitl AgMt or addrt-ts C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 September 1901

THE DEMOCRAT DR. H. M. Harrison, of Quin- cy, Illinois, the eminent special ist for the eye. ear. nose, throat and scientific fitting of glasses. v. R. ROUSE, Editor. ii IN SON, city Editor. I BRMS SlOQMRYBAR L-Kdittbt pott office At Monro eity, Mo. 1 'pin. doctor is ii- -i i omi-claK matter. THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1901. Sid Spencer one of tin- high rollers of Hunnewell. has do Dated $2 50 and cost to this city II'' was out for a time and meeting Misses Iiosa White and Lu Hutchison, two daught ers of II. i mi. on the street, want ed to he 'ecidedly friendly with them. They objected to his friendly attentions or intentions Utidtbe result was a fine paid for disturbing the peace. Weddint leading h issue of th aid. Th in High Life, ad line in a Sweet Sprlll) n follows a write up of the n uptial j o Edith Buckner, daugnter and Mrs. George W. Smit Arthei William Bush, Presbyterian church, bride Is a neice of our i able citizen Mrs. B O. The bride's lather iv;i east of this c iJLy and i known...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 September 1901

pew Fall and Winter Clothing;;; Bov'a, Youths and Men's Suits and Overcoats Bulk Iresi) oysters at M, B. Oarnuks. Have been constantly coming in and now wc are showing not only the most stylish but the best values that has ever been shown in our city. Having just returned from the market where we gathered the latest fashions in suits and overcoats and all the things that it takes to make an up'to'date clothing and furnishing department HI We Want Your Business in this line and have spared neither labor nor expense to merit same. We have also added to this department a complete line of piece goode ffj for those wishing iii Tailor Made Clothes III They will lind this a great convenience in making selections from the piece where you are enabled ta see just how the garment will look when made up, a thing impossible when selecting from small samples, Having vaken a thorough course under Strauss Brothers while in Chicago, becoming thoroughly acquainted with their particular method of mees...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 September 1901

At tli Sign of the skull. , ''(Inlluii ami iro!" and It- "liailO now, slow"' Willi every man ill But t!i' thlngi ol fleeting iliow. The poetchalee Time that nil mini 'ake 1 I - old w'tli UiRJf mid riiht: threatcnings have railed at j vert opinions: they are libels aiMW them in the covert of secret against fair reputation. These places. This List chronicle in entrull the spirit ol progress Ihla life holow the history of tragedy recalls j and wound (oil world are ii our Nation to a stern duty. The time has come, and now is. for Liberty to strike the the honor of good men. R. H. GOODIBR. In Hannibal Journal. Two homes Named PI -train at it rusty asure ami DlsifUit . brake vlpew that slime her path; to Ottf luggage totters on its roof. if Vanity and .'are, Ai- Hone, the boy. sour tscli iioo r heavy-eyed Despair. Ami now a ooutrade with ii- rldi Love, happy, or tentorial Ami that lim traveler beeidei, (iaunt Memory on a hone. Ami in1 wo king or be we kern, win) ride tii roadi of tin, N m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 September 1901

In a Glass of Water. Put ;i handful o glazed coffee in a glass of water, wash off the coating, look at it; smell itl Is it fit to drink? Give LION COFFEE the same test. It leaves the water bright and clear, because it's just pure coffee. Thennalnil pnrknKnintitirOA uniform quulily ami frehhmmH. 1 I lS? Itoowevelt's stand Outlined His l r.st Three Speeches. in Extracts from speech at Camp Lincoln, Springfield, 111., delivered August 80, 1901: Every man who does his work well, whether he is work ing as a big capitalist, as a tradesman, as a skilled mechan ic, a farmer, a laboring man; no matter how he is working, if he does his work well, so as to benefit himself and those dependent upon him he also is doing his duty to his country as a whole. It is true of all our citizens that the man's lir st duty is to himself and his family, and that he cannot do any further duty until he has performed that. But that is not enough. II he stops there he can but be a poor citizen. It is the essenti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 September 1901

LEVY'S CASH CLOTHING STORE OCTOBER SALE 1 M. B. meal. GARNERS for a good Thirty two scholars are rolled at Cooper school. en- Ferd Wood spent the middle of the week with the bomefolks at Lakenan. We expsct to make October the banner month of our business in Monrce City. In order to do this we know we must offer 2, X g -INDUCEMENTS TO CASH BUYERS OF MERCHANDISE.- g ljj Fresh oysters served an all ( styles at JVJ. IS. UAKNKH S M In our Men s Suits we M from 10 to 20 per cent H ft are going to make a reduction Dn. J. H. HOLLADAY. Successor U- W. Wi Kit'iey. Physician hihI ranton. iSppeial attention giv en to Om' of cur niwl nose, throat and GglMMueOMM) ofllco anrt residence over Yow ell's harness shop. Phone 61. On Men's and Boy's Overcoats In this line we will give you a special discount of 15 per cent if you buy in month. :::::::::: : : RE In Boy's Youths and Children's Suits giving Wo hn.vA nil the nowfist, things on the market and wo. are jj " D N dtscount on these from 5 to 25 per...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 October 1901

Monroe City Democrat. 7 OL, 14 flONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, I90I. No. 27 Church News. Rev. Fr. E. T. Gallaher, formerly of Indian Creek. Mo., has been transferred to Cata wisa, Mo. W. L. Bond, Dr. W. T. Rut ledge, John S. Jarman and Rev. B. F. Hixson attended the dedi cation of the new Baptist Church at vandalia, Sunday. Twentv-nine hundred dollars were due on the house and thirty-three hundred was rais ed. The house is practically a reproduction of the First Bap tist in this city. Mr. Bond built each of them. Rev. M L.rMcReynolds tilled appointments Saturday and Sunday at West Salem church. Rev. Fr. D. P. Sullivan filled appointments Sunday at Lake nan. The following are the regul ar appointments of Rev. A. B. Book. DeMoss, 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month, morn ing and evening. Ely, 1st Sun day. Mt. Vernon, Saturday evening before the 8rd Sunday and Sunday morning 11:00 o'clock, and the 5th Sunday Sharpsburg,-3rd Sunday even ing and 5 Sunday. The presbytery of Pal...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 October 1901

THE DEMOCRAT : Butter and (-rs brin yu : most money when taken t Sharp &D XL.BV a V. .1. ROUHti, Editor. I:. i EIIXBON, City Editor. TBKMS 9 1 , OO ,M W VBAR Entered nt the post nfflrc Rt Monroe City, Mo. ,.. .....i,. I olass matter. THURSDAY. OCT. 3 1901. M K. & T. Time Table TRAINS ' ' I K IS-Faisengat Hyer MM p it 21. Accommodation . lM8ni t'll-Lorkl FrulKht ..i Ml am vi Accommodation. , . icvipni II Buffalo to Kansas City I'lycr .M.pjin TKAINS HflhrH lhmaitr r!tr. (t.lo S3" Passenger ..MIS i n (M-Local Krelnht ' II P MAccommodatlon toll uro h Kansa city to buffalo Fiver, UKMpm JUaily otoopt Sunday. Other liRlly. K. IV HI'AIIK. Ant, II A: St. Joe Time Table. WS.8T. No UJTor Kim-as .'lty, St. fOMPh omalia Nebraska, olonulo, Pacific toast. In. 111 HI. I m,.l 11 ii 10.1 am ll The Burlliigton'Mortbern Paclflo Kit press tor Northwest Nebraska Black llllli, Wyoming, Montana Washington, liiK.-t Bound, Port" landa from St. Louis 1:0.1pm V. Ifor Kuinns CPty, 8t Joseph. Kan sas and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 October 1901

WE BUY Poultry and Eggs We have added the buying and shipping of poultry and eggs to our business and will , pay highest market price for all that is offered Balzer & Dirigo. MONROE CITY, MO. mr a particular or 4 years, u for bee keep this year us Expositii 1 AND Niagara the shortest lino front JA Kansas City, St. Lcuis and Chicago" To BUFFALO !& FALLS m Stop-overs given at both points Oil Ull lIV-CCUl. Only line mm St. Iwis, i Rllm rails. t crosses Detroit River, NC ol the most beautiful rivers ol Asrnca. ' 4pj For Di'srrlplUo Malt.r. But Mal.a.hllc. l kii C S. C1UM'. 1.,-n'l riMMl I tl Tltttl Ac- M. ST. i - . r, etc.. rati on ncMv.t vvkHANNIBAL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. Ulfe Scholarship io. No examination required to enter. Individual Initruc tlon. We assist out pupils In securing positions. You can enter at any time 7rito for particulars; address. F. I.. KELLY, Prealdont, Hnnnlhnl, Mo CTAP ma mmm en v K TREES Have a 77-YR. RECORD, built uuon the Etrone founda- f m-m. snn- tion ...

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

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. KOUSK, Editor. H. r HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $I,00PE" YEAK Ktiteied at tbc pout office at Monroe CltTi Mo. at ict-ond-claM natter. THURSDAY. OCT. S, 1901 W. D. Hannister. born and raised south of this city, is carving a place in life for him self. He graduated in the High School here, then took a course at the State University and still craving for knowledge he took a course under D. L. Mussell man, and no sooner had he fin ished it than he was offered the position of Professor of Physics and Chemistry in the High School at Billings. Mont. He left Monday noon to assume his new duties. If a young man ever left this city with t he well wishes and God speed of the people following him. it was Prof. William D Bannister. Benjamin vVellenwriter, of Quincy, spent Sunday in this city with his intimate friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. -Harry Parks. He and Mr. Parks were chums from die fact that they worked together for the same firm for twenty years. Mr. Wellenwrit er's health i...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 October 1901

K CLOAKS! A Few Words About CLOAKS & FURS The time has come to purchase these necessa ry articles for Fall and Winter use. We have a Complete Line of CLOAKS, GAPES & FURS. Call and see them. W". V. CARSON & CO Bat at Tony Wilson's res taurant. Call on M. B. Gaknek and get a good lunch. The W. C T. U. meets with Mrs. M. A. Talbot on Tuesday, October 8. M The Best Boots in the world. A. Boulwaue & Son. Monroe sent a fair delegation to Palmyra and Hannibal yes terday. John Owen sent 17 head of butcher stuff to Hannibal Mon day. The immense peach crop of Kentucky is being turned into bi andy. Mrs. Anna Hardy is spending ten days with the homefolks at Lakenao. Bob C. Piersol and wife spent Sunday with the horae f oik in Hunnewell. Thomas Sandusky, of Gales burg, III., has been the guest of h is sister Mrs. T. E. Wine. MissJosie H. McClintic left, Monday for the Bluff City for a two weeks visit w ith relatives. Bulk tresn oysters at M, B. Garners. Andy GarDer is attending ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 October 1901

Sriiinpy's Way. things went wrong, and with ; The talk then drifted to the an extra "Dear me." went out j campers, who. through small BYrBANIf HIOttuK. to the summer kitchen to look j purchases of dairy products, It was plain to be seen that at the bread. bad become somewhat acquaint' Henry Lydel or "Grampy." as Grampy Lydel was not a ed witli the family, he was familiarly called, was grumbler: oil the contrary, he It looks half way cool down not in a good humor. He al- was the very life 01 this small i there, any way," said Mrs. Ly- lowed the wind to blow against Iowa home and had a reason ; del, peering over her spectacles his back 'm absolute disregard for his unusual display of tern- at the tents and snapping the of a "crick" and at sparingly per. He was a practical joker; ends from a dish ot beans, of greens, although lie had an incompaiable tease, and - It must be awful hot out in spent the greater part of the those at home had long suffer-! the Held where Tom is," re r.. : ur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 October 1901

nro likely to bo usnd for (tlniin coffee! If you kucw, you would be pnre to demand Lion Coffee which U never contaminated with any alazing of any sort, either e??3 or ltie-jnst pure, fresh, strong, fraarunt coffee. Thosealed packaiiH inftarmuoi torm quality and tr&tlineu. Conway. Robert Sharp. Shelby Rutledge and George Chipman. It was an evening devoted to : innocent pleasure, one marking one more joyous evnet in lites ', pathway. In spite of the "pounds" of good tilings; ! brought by the uninvited : guests, theirs hostess served I some burry-Up refreshments j that were not at all sligthed. BeflecttoM of a Bachelor. , only concerned about the negro! The pin is scratchier than the staying in the south, whither he r Kitchen Minis. Dry salt is jood to remove stains from puddi g dishes. Soda will Sweeten and remove odor from cooking utensiles, if placed i : cold water and allow ed to boil. Vinegar boiling on a stove will remove odors. Tea grounds and dampened corn meal will lay dus...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 October 1901

e M si o & o Z 2 s i : ffi p O o P I 3 55 ij- 6 J j - 3 ti n I C o 2 a O rj Hi a Coopervllle. Hark! the chimes of wedding bells. Farmers busy sowing wheat. Cooper school dismissed Fri day afternoon on account of the teacher, Mr. Cecil Forsythe. be ing requested to attend the Farmers Institute winch met at Monroe City that afternoon. D. B Walker and children attended the funeral of Mr. Walker's father Tuesday. B. F. Handley and H. I. Lear returned from Hannibal, Friday, where they had been working in the Cement plant. Mr. Handley lias decided not to move his family to Hannibal. Misses Jessie Col vert and Ella Evans visited the Hickory Grove school Friday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Howe, of Monroe City, visited her son, H. L Lear and family last week. Fred Hawker and family, of Hickory Grove, visited C. R. Evans and family Sun da v. Miss Lola Walker, of Hanni bal, after a short visit with the homefolks, returned home Thursday. C. V. Hamner and wife visited D. B. Walker and fami ly Sunda...

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