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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 October 1901

NO HONS, NOVELTIES, DRESS GOODS, SILKS, WAIST PAT' TEENS, MITTENS, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, LACES, EMBROIDERIES HANDKER E CHIEFS, RIBBONS, JEWELRY, SHIRTS, OVERALLS, DUCK COATS, PERCALES, OUTINGS, HATS, CAPS, COLLARS, SUSPENDERS, FINE SHOES. HEAVY SHOES, RUBBERS, BOOTS, OVERALLS, BLANKETS, FANCY CHINA LAMPS, GLASSWARE, TINWARE, L GROCERIES, Greatest Clearing Sale Ever Known In Monroe City. EVERY ITEM IN EVERY D ARTMfiNT SACRIFICED. IF YOU HAVE REAL ESTATE Meroh&odltCi or Anything elsn to sell op exchange, list it. with us, If you wantto buy or trade for Real Rtate, Merchandise, or any thfog olse, teo us, for we have calls almost datlj for such things, and can oeoerally aid you iii either rolling, exchanging or buy ing anything you have or maj want as we keep posted nni ai ways know who to see and whal t do. vVo make special low rates on farm loans, ami write deeds, will, leases nnd coutracts of all kinds. Xotarv Public and Stenographer In oftio nDjVEIsrOT & lear. a; Senator H. Cl...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 October 1901

".i .ist from Georgia, AN OLD COIN. Thl i old coin let m mi .... Marked it hack In '88 , And li's journeyed back to mo. Wonder whore it's been since then? Krom the pal nee t the pen Changed hand- with a million men. MlKurtclutelted It spendthrifts grand Ir x-rl i; in a beggar's liiimi. .lonrm ylng far, from land to land. (7hur?hmeu fondled it: It knew 'linrltles and hatred too. Itnaiied life's rosea and its rue. Roosevelt mansion was ac- and to Philadelphia Is proceed COrdlngly bravely decked In ing along much the same lilies, bunting and with American In both cities the campaign is Bags. From every window, save waged against alleged mnnici one. flew the stars and stripes, pal corruption, and Democrats That was one of Mrs. RoOSe- and Republicans are joining velt's boudoir. Her husband hands in attempts to down the had not desired to omit it from city rings. The outcome is in the decorative scheme, but she doubt In these two cities and would have none cf it. Instead, the progress of ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 October 1901

A LL mm Lion Coffee is j 6 ounces of pure coffee to tKe pound. cornea cot lees are only about 14 ounce3 of coffee and two ounces of eggs, glue, etc., of no value to you. money in the pocke of the roaster. i.utJWHl to or to shoot and kill the snmc upon con viction, be punished between sunset and sunrise. It j by a tine of not less than is declared umawiui to itiu any twenty-five nor more than one ful t;ilc of the Missouri (iaine Law. Section 1. That section iilO.") of the Revised Statutes of Mis souri of 1H!)9 be and the same is hereby repealed and tour new sections be enacted in lieu therefore, to be known as sec tions 2805, 2805a, 2805b, 2805c. Sec. - It is hereby declared unlawful to kill any deer of any age between tbe first day of January and the first day of October of each year. It is fur ther declared unlawful to kill any wild turkey, Chinese pheas ant, pinnated grouse (commonly called prairie chicken), rultled grouse (commonly called pheas ant or partridge) or any. quail (co...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 October 1901

v e have in stock a nice and complete line of Caskets, Robes and Fibers. Can furnish on very short notice any thing rcpuircd in this line at moderate prices. MRS. NICHOLS will assist in preparing the bodies of women and children. THE HANDSOME FUNERAL CAR will be fur nished GRATIS to those who deal with us. WE CAN BE FOUND at the store corner of Main and Summer St. Phone 25 or at the Daveiv port residence property one block east of J, J. Rogers cor First and Davis Sts. G, M. Nichols & Co, Warren. Stock water is very scarce. Attend the Monroe City fair. John Vannoy's wife is sick. The young people ol Warren j and vicinity met Friday even - ing and organized a literary j society. Monroe City can surely feel j proud of herself as she had one j rf tliiJ irr:i ndi'st nf iiimi of t f , " . , . ,, I New Market dav to make a snort talk on I E vans, from Friday till Sunday. Mrs. W. .J. McLeod and son. George, attended the Carrico Yates wedding at Indian Creel; George McLeod attended tue w...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 October 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14 . MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1901. NO 31. Church News. Archbishop Kain, of St. Louis, will administer con firmation at Holy Rosary at 10 a. m. Friday. A series of meetings will be gin at the First Baptist Church on Sunday Dec. 1. Rev. Wil liam Shelton, of Kansas City, will assist in the meetings. The C. W. B. M. of the Chris tian Church will hold an open session at 2:30 Wednesday af ternoon, Nov. 6, at the home of Mrs. M. B. Carson. All mem bers are urged to attend, Rev. W. W. Brown, of Louisi ana, will till the pulpit at the Grace Baptist Church next Sunday in the absence ot the pastor. Rev. J. H. Rilfe, who is engaged in a meeting near Salisbury. Regular service at the First Baptist Church Sunday. Morn ing subject: Hindering the Gos peljevening subject: What can I Do? Revival Service will be com menced at the Methodist Church on Sunday Nov. 8 by the pastor Rev. H. H. Johnson and will be cotinued indefinitely. Services each week day a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 October 1901

T h i i i bMOCRAT I Frtrty Hope T"eU"" l Mere is not t square oui r : ,i : i .. .. .' 'I'M., Editor i X S( N, ( itv Editor, 1 1 H.MB Si.oo PBK bAH nai iifllMM Monroe city, oimI'I'Iuh matt' r. Mo. PHUIWDAY. OCT. 81. 1901. The Need i'..A .-1 I ic nnt 'i nn:iri till! 1 - - Democratic daily newspaper in . .,, J 11 strong raiDuti grant mafmi eitlier Kansas City or St. j ami ready hands: Joseph. Here is something for Men whom the luitofoAoa tiie Democrats of those sections! kill, to think about. Sedalia Demo crat. of Men. A time like this true faith does not l K. . T. Time Table TRAILS OTII. Ha IIHaaaentei Klycr IJlOJ P M. Accommodation 11MB tM- l.. ( Hl KrclKht B!J 11 v, Arcnmtn ..Luton. ... ' ' P 1 1 Buffalo I i KniiB City Flyer i 1 m TKAINH NOHrK ft..UltIIRl Fiver U-l'iOKetiBor ;-..'.. I.. . 1 Freight MAceommo'litttno it Ki: i- i lly l" Buffalo r tllali: 4:'-'. h u. I "i7 p a fci ' p m .".:! am i . pn 1. 1 Sunday. Othera IiallJ K. B: PAIIR, Ab-nt 03 n m ill 1 1 am '.n.lO am US am 1 am ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 October 1901

fTAD K TREES offer for fall l'JOl and stiri Have a 77-YR. RECOUP, built upon Iho Btrong founda tion of duality. The Block v.o oflVr for fall l'JOl and anting 1902 surpasses in qual- Itv tlio rr oduct niv mrtritT aml rK'k ' at all nrttvlniu vent. TT tJ rl I iALIVJUi I .rruuruntco fcafe ar rival, guaranty entire satisfaction. Stakk Fruit Hook free unon request. niv fACU 6BCI1 WCU Mill Want WIT V I AMR A , , , ' n We PAY CASH aalmon. Outfit sent fuek. nlvonS Knm,! v .'.. mr wtva .......... . - Finest Choir In the World. Fhe ciinir at Alexander 8. Petersburg, savs -HANNIBAL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.- Ufa Scholarship 840. .Nu examination required to enter. Individual lnstruc vlon. Weusslstoui pupils In ei caring positions. You can ontor at nny time A'riu? for particulars; aoMrass, I". I.. KKI.I.V, Preahlent, Hannibal . Mo Pan-American Exposition rrnr Am isr aw u.'jfiii XT J" OltkJltA Mas It AND NiagaraFalls wn raits and 1 t line fro.-n Kansas City, Si. Louis and Chicago' To BUFFALO the FALLS;....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 October 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. It. P. BtXSON, City Editor. m m us $I.OO PER VfcAK RatlNd Mtlm pot office at Monroe City, Mo. hh KCTonit i'laKS matter. THURSDAY. OCT. 81. 1901. Missouri has been damaged millions of dollars by Globe Democrat lies. The Pillppinoei are as mucli entitled to their liberty as is any citizen of the United State-, entitled to his liberty. In America the men who are elected to offlice are the ser vants of the people and not the rulers over the people. It is a Republican principle to protect the poor down trod den millionaires and let the people lookout for themselves. Equal rights to all and speci al privileges to none is what Democracy stands for. Can there be any objection to such doctrine. There is no more reason why ship owners should be paid a subsidy than why farmers, mer chants or any other class of citizens sliou'd be paid a sub sidy. The Paris Appeal lias entered its 84th year. For more than 28 years it has been under the present management and th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 October 1901

I 4 I i i j SPECIAL WALL PAPER SALE ! FOR tit THREE DAYS ONLY. Friday, November I, Saturday, November 2 and Monday Nov. 4. OOO fir-!-!- rf "Vjyl 1 P-a-rtrk-t to e so' at cost anc uncr cost' to reduce stock on hand and make room for new stock. &JiJJJ W Orifl Ol Wall I 3pCr These papers will be put up in 5 to 7 bolts and upwards, in combinations with borders and ceiling to match. If you are going to do any fall papering you cannot afford to miss this opportunity. The most of these papers were made this year, Good Styles and in good order. Don't miss he chance to secure a bargain, if you can use any wall paper, REMEMBER THE THREE DAYS, Friday, Saturday and Monday, Nov. 1st, 2nd, and 4th, O 8npetfu"y B. O. WOOD The Sbelbville jail is empty. Carl Jaeger spent Monday in St. Louis. P. J. Pons was here from Jacksonville, Pla.. part of the week. Bob C. Piersal spent Sunday with his wife at Hunnewell. Major R. 13. Bristow is in New London attending to legal business. County court will day...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 October 1901

Oner In ii While. Owe in n while the sua shine out, And the Arching skies art' ;i perfeel blue! Oiii'- iii ii whllt'i mid cloud "f doubt Efopt's brightest -tars some peep ing throDghi Our paths lend down by the meadows ruir. Whore the eweotost blossoms nod and miii i Ami we I Ay nslde our Bfon of care i iiic iii a white. Once In n while within our own v clasp the hand of a steadfast friends) Once in a while we hear a tone 01 love witli the heart's own Voice to blend And the dean eome triH'. And on f;' Eauhthlmtliiy; in. post graduate course ;it the Jef little band ot leeble soldiers i ferson Medical College In Phil cape captute. Meeting a i r.i ndelnhia. After this course and gllng rebel officer he .v.. - having learned much from the reeled t the camp "I lectures of Drs Dunglison and Bragg and was given Hi Gen. -i of .ill our dre ani 4 n is a golden mile i-wer i- kissed with dew . in a while. Gross and Other eminent in strnctors and writers in the field of medicine, he returned to h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 October 1901

are Glazed with a cheap coating. If glazing helps coffee why aren't the high priced Mochas and Javas glazed also? BB HI Lion Coffee is not glazed. It is per fectly pure and has a delicious flavor. The Mftlt.l ptrkica ln,urt Ml fofwqutllty Riiil frMliiMM. The Sabbath Rest. One very simple and effect ive way of finding out what you jcomplish this we must have the A LETTER TO FAR ME KM. From the Missouri World' Fair Commissioners. Office of Missouri Worlds' ) 1- hi r Commission St. Louis, Mo. Oct. Hi, 19U1. 1 To the Farmers and Fruit Growers of Missouri: Our Legislature has provided very liberally for a presenta tion of the resources and products of our great State at the coming World's Fair, and it HIC IULCIILIVJU KJl vuininn sion that our Agricultural dis Dlav be second to none. To ac- are doing with your Sabbaths is to rind out what your Sal) baths are doing for you. It is not so much a question of whether this particular occupa tion is right and that one wrong, whether you may go h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 October 1901

Indian Creek. The children received their First Holy Communion at this place Sunday. Miss Annie Carrico and Jolld Williams attended services at Monroe Si:ndaj J. B Lawrence returned Tuesday night from Colorado where he has been visiting relatives and friends. John Pike is the proud father of another boy which arrived at his home Oct. 24. Dr. Corley says it has tine lungs for he can lieai him Calling the hog every morning. Misses Annie Behrens and Mary Carrol, of St. Louis, are the miexts of Miss Lena Oster man at this place. Master .John Yates returned Sunday morning after a trip to Nebraska. The choir met Sunday after noon and practiced for a j Solemn High Mass Thursday. Lieroy Lawrence took his uncle Jim Skees to the Quincy hospital last week. Mr. Skees has been poorly for some time and we sincerely hope with the good nursing will receive th'-re that he will he well again soon Misses Dickey, Searcy, Clap per and Mrs. services here Sun day. Hoards parents Mr. and Mrs Christian. Mr....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 November 1901

s ) Mom City Democrat. VOL. 14. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1901. NO 32 School Report. Report of Monroe City Pub He School for the month ending Nov. 1. 1901. Rolt. of Honor. Names of those perfect in at tendance, deportment 05, aver age scholarship 05, ' with no grade below 95 in more than two studies. High School. Cleo Chipman, Julia Megown, Daphne Craw ford. No. H Lillian Ely, Nettie Gordon, Ennis Green. Mary Kramer, 'Rebecca Megown, Vivian Veach. No. 7. John Jayne. No. 0. Richard Hatch, Char les Sullivan, Elma Smith, Mary Stephens, Ada Shryack. Alice Marshall. No. 5. Virgie Graves. Cleo Patton, Elma oLane, Lena As bury. Elva Clark, Gertrude Marshall. No. 4. Amy Green, Deli la Anderson, Edith Jarman, Car son Eakle. No. 3. Mildred Buell, Ben nie Hickman, George Tompkins Mary Wesley. No. 2. Harold Davenport, Nora Jamison, Nana Hume, Marie Ray land. No. 1. Ruth Clark. Vivian; Clark. Edgar Davenport, Frank Jayne, Ethel McNutt, Morris Proctor, Tommie Richards, lioy Sid...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 November 1901

THE DEMOCRAT U I. IU U8K, Kditor. It, P. HlXSONi c ity Editor. TERMS $1.00 Pi: VfcAH Kniercrt t (lie pMI office at Monroe City. Mo. at MondcUMM matter. THUIWUAY. NOV 7. 1901. Ice Monday morning Talk and work for Monroe City. That wood would come in bandy now. Pan American Congress. Interest of the United congress appar- years our l Burglars towns. are visiting many M K. & T Time Table MIM SOCfH. So H-FUHMII Hycr ..UtM a nAceum'Tioiltioti 11: - " m JM--I.I" hi Prelgbl t" "ir fci Art umiii "'nti'iii . Vl.Ytps? '.i H irt il i i Kaii'SJ Clt river 4 1 p m i da i Nl S'.ri h 4..Passui(ui Klef ... Itj a U"Paieiiger . IfcW i a I J.v.'. I., i ll H o iirlit 6: ')"! MAnciiinmoliUtoil .... : : m rc I 8 K it 1 1 - i ' t ' ';' Hvei. I i I'll) Klmer Evans spent Sunday witli the fair sex near Old Clin ton. The Moberly city council has reduced saloon license from 111600 to 1l'i). iday Ulhan uallj K. I!: HI A II K. A(f "I il. & st. Joe Time T:ill- WfcsT. IA K'.r Kansas City, St. Joseph omana N...

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

Wlnvt tlic Loulfttana Purchnse la Worth. Apropos of the busy prepara tions which St. Louis is making for tin- centennial celebration of the Louisiana purchase which is to occur in 15)015, it may be of interest to our reader? to note the increased valuation which as a rule. The later varieties are the surer of a crop, and who does not like a good, ripe peach? A few quinces can be planted in the front yard as or namental trees, and to use the fruit for jelly. As to the pear they are not advisable in many places, owing- to the blight kill the past 100 years have brought jing them before time of bearing to the vast strip of territory i age. which Jefferson Na pot eon, bought from ! Now, the above orchard should not cost over $yo for WIk n the purchase was made ; trees of a reliable nursery should be protrct the it was complained by some that j stock. All trees our national territory was al- planted so as to ready sufficiently large and body of the tree from t:ie sun that we had no earth...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 November 1901

THE DEMOCRAT u . j. k usk, Editor. R. P. MIX SON, City Editor. TBRMfl $I,OOper VEAH Knttrtd t the pott office at Monroe City, Mo. MNeondelMI matter. THURSDAY, NOV. 7. 1901. America should do the riifht thing by the Pllipplnoi and give them their liberty. Plutocracy is seeking for new laws to enable the few to more rapidly -ae.il (according to law) f rom t he it a sses. Alter being a- treacherous as they have wito the Filipinos it is with poor grace that America can speak of the treachery ol tile Filipinos. While the ship subsidy pro motors tire not making much oise the people must not go to sleep thinking that the thieves have abandoned the big steal. in Monroe County, ami in fact every county in the State, each Democratic candidate for the United States Senate will have friends, ami the proper way to decide w ho is to receive the vote of the county is to have a vote of the poeplc it the county primary and then have all candidates fcr Re pre sentative.s pledged to vote for the man r...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 November 1901

tt Another fluent of Assor Hew Chats THE FIRST OF THIS WEEK Including New Styles in the 42 inch and 27 inch or three quarter length jackets, also some beautiful things in misses' cloaks. 4 W Ml 1 i I This Week 1 ? We illustrate as never before in every department that in our special lines we hevc no competition! We will again demonstrate that JNO. J. ROGERS a; all times combine fine quality with low prices, the secret of our splendid success. JNO. J. ROGERS. Hallowe'en Wedding. 8 On Friday evening the Jing- i s entertained a number f young ladies at the home of j Miss Davie Ebey. Altho a dav late l here was seven gliosis lett over from the night before who consented to give the girls tin Insight to the Phantom's mali itnonial obligation Af ter greeting the guests from the yard, porch and hall they were taken In charge by Miss Elisa beth Arnold. When the hour for the wed ding was at hand the pianist, who was afterward found to be Miss Mabel Mi-Masters, 9 glided slowly in and took her...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 November 1901

Nlinttered Ideal. AT IS. ':o, the man whom i wed must be hand tome Mid tali." Said ii 'ii Idon juit nut other frocks; 'I unil'l love a man Who in statue ii( Hill. I II. A ni I won't min i boutrt'e and stocks. Of uourxu h'' 1 1 1 1 1 keep die us papa clip IIIUV. Still I'M start on an Income quite MWllli Miit I nu 'i r rnarrj . " n ml we; 1 her V OW. "A man who i Dot six livi tal assassin. At the same time Oaptalt) Geclney seized him and threw him dOWQ. Mr. Wood bury, who had hold of the pres ident's arm, immediatelv assist ed and he was disarmed and secured. AT 23. t ill own irlrl, iirse. I'll n ii- MCI marry loi "I think Hi;.: said tl.i 'But, r looks' Blir, riroad-shouidered r How, with hair Ui.it will curl. Tli" kind dial von read of in books, 1 Invi'iosei men who walk, head cr"ct( Their eh Kt expanded with pride! Ami dwp In mv heart I hope and ex Mt T11 lie stieli 11 man's darling lirlde." A "The passions of the presi dent were up and for a few minutes bis frown was appall i nif ....

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

0 L. in tlie coffee bin not a pleasant thought, yet when coffees are kept open In bulk who knows what different "things" COfM climb ing and floating in ? V Lion Coffee I put up in Mttled packages insures cleanliness, uniform quality, freshness and delicious flavor. The state Hortlcnltnra.1 Society Will hold its 44th animal meeting at St. Joseph, Mo., on Dec. 3, A and .", 1901, in the Odd Fellows' Auditorium. The St. Joseph fruit growers are making ample preparation for the society. The St. Charles hotel will take care of members for $1.50 ; per day, and the Union and Savoy hotels at 1.00 per day. One hundred dollars will be given in premiums, and all ex bibits found worthy will yet an , award. Only one plate of a variety will be allowed in the collection, ami live specimens m;i ke a plate. Railroads will all agree to I give a rale of one fare and a ' third on the certificate plan. The fine fruit crop of the past season has given an impetus to our business and we have many matters to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 November 1901

Warren. shopping In Monroe City Fri- !old, colder, coldest. day. Quite a snow storm Sunday. Mr. Herry and wlft made a MissCIco Oblpman. in com bortotM trip to Perry, Friday, pany with Miss Mattle Terrlll, I Ocie and Willie Newell have visited friends In Warren last rented a place to farm next sea Sunday son. near Perry. We are glad to correct the re- lress Newell called on his port mat Mr. George Connor' DMt Kirl last Sunday. Ethel deatl; was mistake he is Well w amllee. and hearty. Listen and you will hear the Rufe Christian, ol Warren ; wedding bells jingle in the near and Sam Christian, of Monroe future. City, left for Indian Territory Miss Nettie Street, of near Monday where he has a lucra live position John Watts purchased som fancy cattle from Fred Smith, last weelc. Ed Wright was in Monroe City Saturday m business. Del Hagon left for Texas this' week. Charlie this week sa rd . 'Squire Cramer held Tuesday at his residence Mayers is spending with friends at Has court Perry, is ...

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