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

vjfrj OTli UEi tffr ttfg &Q You will find what you " j now in the way of 9 Rings, Watches j and Chains. jjf You can get nice set rings for 75c Iri ID Heavy plain rings $1, Fancy Clocks. Gold pins of all kinds h Come and See what I Have. 0 I R. Manning Walker. Remember the bitf ball and supper at the Opera House Dec. Bronze breeding Turkeys for i le. Mrs. J no. T. 'Moss. Pal- sale myra 12-26. The place for candies, fresh andidtied fruits is.-Evans. nuts, -J. L. Mrs. 13. E. Vaughn, of Paris, has been the delightful guest of her friend Mrs. Jasper Hen- i erson. H M. 'Clarlr has returned j from Texas 'Where lie took two Mark Hoblet left yesterday load of fancy cuttle to his ! for Lincoln. 111., where he will ranch. j spend the holidays with the The Freckled Squaw is the best 5c cigar made. If Yonr Clothes Look Yellow wash them with Maple City Self Washing Soap. -It will make them white again. There was a very enjoyable; tally pulling at Kirt Jones south of the city Tuesday! night. A...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 December 1901

KM At? a W X 'VX1 at Skr ::xx:c kxxxk fC V A V.. iC$ TUC 1DCTTVT PECDC S XX Ik?? SCk iniviii iuivo wry. w IrT ". The Post-Dispatch the extra -ordinary head line; "Extra ordinary common sense'. Can thing be extraordinary and the same time common? THE REIN DEERS ARE COMING. 0M0 :'?' I it n x When William J. Bryan, ap- plied for insurance it was dis coved that he was never ill but four times in his life. Twice ith the presidential fever and h time it was followed by chills. Smoke the the best "n - Node Ore. visitor in the day. Fre'-,',"d Squaw, Ml business City Satur- SILVER KNIVES AND FORK, . . . SILV ER TEA AND TABLE SPOONS, . COPPER NICKEL PLATED WAITERS, " TEA POTS, COFFEE POTS, . CRUMB TRAYS,. BAKING DISHES, 1 Thomas M, down to' t lie creek Bunday was any ice in Boulware went1 village by the- j to see if there the Father of Bring your ejrgs and butter to Sharp A Donley and get the highest market price. Colored sugars for trimming ca kes. 12-19 Jambs E. Christian. A. Patton, of Jac...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 December 1901

K. P. Melson. of St Louis, was the city Saturday with relatives. James Henry Elliott cele brated liis natal day Friday by a quiet little family dinner He is good for many more mile stones in the path of life. J. P. Rensbaw, progressive and one of the up-to-date farmers of near Warren, was a business visitor in the city Mon day. While here he made the printers heart glad. Several weeks since the Democrat said that Schley would be convicted. To acquit would be to convict the Secre tary of the Navy. Rear Admir , al Sampson and others. To protect them Schley had to be , convicted of a portion of the charges. Admiral Dewey was the only one of the poluted bunch that dared to be a man! and bravely acquit Schley of I every charge. Story Telling Propensities. James H. Sullivan's story telling propensities finally got him In trouble, or as the saying is; his chickens came home to roost. A few days since, Jim went gunning for quail, he tramped the prairies, the hills and the -dales and returne...

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

i 1 YesMyHeadquarters Will be at the VARIETY STORE Toys, Books, Bibles, Fancy Goods, Notions Glassware and Dishes. CANDY AND NUTS BY THE BARREL. T- Get Our Prices. Indian Crttk. On account of the bed weath er very lew were able to be out to mass Sunday. Joe E. Carrico butchered a beef Tuesday. There will be a ball jiveit at this place Thursday, Dec. 26, under the auspices of the Oath ohc Church. Supper served any time .alter nine o'clock. Every body invited. j Emmet Cor ley came in from vftfl'llGS. St. Louts to visit his brother Dr. J, Bi Corley of this place. i lie v'ourifi lauies nave a C0OI 'ii time soliciting for the Indian Creek festival this week. On account of several cases of the so-called Small pox the Indian Creek School has been closed until after the holidays, j Prof. Pearl Able was visiting ! in this vicinity Sunday, fits school is progressing nicely but he reported two cases of Small pox. Ernest Borden is on the sick list. Harvey Pike, of Macon City, is expected in to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 January 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14. MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1902. NO. 40. Missouri's Finances Sound. Jefferson City, Mo., Dec. 31. State Treasurer Williams to day made his regular monthly report to Governor Dockery, which is as follows: Balance November 80, l'JOl, 1.225.481.81. Receipts for December. $1,247,728.61. Dis bursements. $1,280.888.W. Bal ance December 81, $1,248,180.07, Kattlcrs Entertained. On Tuesday evening, the Rattlers assisted by a few of their friends gave a banquet at the New Monroe hotel, in hon or of the Jinglers and a few in vited guests. Twe lve couples were present including the chaperoues, Mr. and .Mrs. J. G. Wade. The crowd assembled at 9 o'clock and the spacious parlors were tilled with a hap py, light hearted gathering. Punch was served. The entire evening was spent in music con verse, games ar.d with frequent visits to see the "ghost"', time passed rapidly. At about 10:30 all were invited to the dining room where an elegant four course sup...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 January 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Kditor. R, r. H IX SON. City Kdllor. TERMS $1.00 HLW VfcAK Miss Susie Tbrtlktld, 01 Pal- myra. Visited Mr D It. Camp bell never I last week. Christmas Tree. was a pretty Then mas tree and hoary Hlr"1 at ih poat oflV-aat MoaftM City, aj mcm44 la matter. Mo. TELEPHOMI N't 14. Clam at w S eno south of the city. About thirty of the neigbborbood children were present ami en- 1 joyed it to Hie fullest. Next THURSDAY. JANUARY 2 1902 UMr the tree will be at Miss Sa i iie Campbells. M K A. T. Time TEA I SOUTH. i ble Brother Dickey's Holiday Words. "I'll be mighty jjlad w'en de holidays is gone, kaze den folks'll settle down en be rea- Knn:i hi, rmrp mri' rliri I lli .!(! Int'ua old Santa . . U'iI.hl rir! I .... ..... ....., .v.. ( ease his mind. De one trouble 'bout Chris' mus is de fact dat so many oticivilized people gits it all mixed up wid de Fo'th er July Constitution. No l.'i-Paim-nrer Mytr 1MB p " gl-AcOfllBodatiotl 11: am tM-.Lwal Freight Sat a H ACOOMIBONMU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 January 1902

i I i i W. T, YOUELL Licensed Auctioneer MONROE CITY.MO Satisfaction. Guaranteed. Head quartet! at the DEMOCRAT office. Calling Meeting. There are about seventy-five pbylciana on the oxious seat over at P'ulton. There are on ly ,three appointments to be made at the Insane Asylum and Senator McClintic went over Monday to attend the call meet ing not to decide whether the physician were insane but which three of the seventy-five would yet the job. Rooster Spurs. James H. Sullivan has been caught napping, but evened up and now all practical jokes are to be called off. Walter Moss bought the biggest, old est, toughest, longest spurred rooster to be found on the mar ket. After having it. plucked he had it placed on the Christ mas tree. Jim accepted the present and took it home after thinking the matter over he boxed it up nicely and sent it to a friend at Lentner with in structions to express it back U O D to Perd Wood. Back it came, Perd said I never give presents but receive all that c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 January 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Kditor. H. r H IX SON, fitv Kditor. TrUMS $1.00 MM YfcAK IMafMMtiM MM m t Monroe City. Mo. M UlTODll cUs!" matter. TIT I PHOM NO II. THUR8DAY, JANUARY 10 I! Must Be Careful. Editor Til ton telli why the 1 editor should he accurate in bis statement's. He says: "The preacher can claim tii.it his bearer's ear was dull; th law yeroan blame the jmy anil the court, anil demand a rehearing: the doctor i-. in say it was heart lallute, and have his mistakes soon but'tfd; the teacher can erase the chalk marks front the board; but when the newspaper tnan makes an erroneous state ment his bridges are burned he hind. him ami his papers are not; for the printed leaves with their proof in black and white, have J been scattered hither anil yon, ami are in the hands of foes as well as friemis. The book-keeper can correct his footings; the merchant ma ke up for any mis take, the mechanic, when he I blunders, may save another blunder; but when an error creeps into the paper e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 January 1902

1 The World Grows Brighter And with each succeeding day the stock of Family and Fancy Groceries at Geo. M. Nichols' Place is being replaced with fresh nd brighter goods. Look at the Queensware Stock. You will be pleased with the, Freckled Squaw Cigar. If von need a windmill pump see. R. MANNING Walk i BR, Dra. C. A. Noland and Leon Leslie spent Tuesday In New i iondon. Why not have a horse and .jack showhe first Saturday inU April? 0. B. Clark hai Skirt Box for sale upholstered Paul Shearman. Ol Paris, was Visiting friends here this week. Horn, to C L Diesel. er and wife an Saturday Dee 28 a 1 1 pound girl. Mrs. Blisn McRne, of Hannl ball is visiting friends relatives here this week. and Mr. and Mrs. C L Williams, of Chili. III., have been the gliestl of their friends Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Owen, north of the city. Reader, do you buy fuel for your home or place ol business? If so, have you taken into eon slderatlou the many advant ages coke has over coal? The greatest of which is its ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 January 1902

The Old Man' Dream. 1 iy Mm hawMiitoiw (lrln bli I o v h t! n N tl B P tii h w it y ti w o ohelr An iii man "Hi, s-drwwnlDg m hm mih brow wrinkled and whita ws IiIm hair An Mih xiiiiw mi Ui: ffOMfl lilllx WO Mjf srrni eorsfolded serosa hlabruiMt Ami hi aye wit idnaed in n olum, MW('l ri!Mt. Hi- dpi'ftmnd uf h wife: with mtm fihie, Willi a VOlfM II- mWi-i-I it- V ' . I 1 ttoulfl i . Willi ii hasti iih (on tin hi H wii" trui A nut urn front .t 1 1 thinga eolftih front Oli. iwi'i l wiih tin: vInIoii Ml lull' Mid bright Tbo old msn sw tin thsl tmv In night In thnt drosiii oi Imautj) b walsud old w II v 'I'bnl run throtiirh Ibe woodlsnd imi , iiwi-i ItHIIMli lilvi'd IIVI t lh IIWl "I Ilium- Ii' Rllti III I dn.VN When llfn wiii nil hMpiiniiM IrtdiMid, Whnn 1 ftltliro li'-' lomi-d with ((mil 1 1 i, . To tin niMUiiriif khUh nf im (iromlwd draw aside lite fold of her liuueerobe. .is if In- outstretch led hand might stiff and detain ; her. "I wish for mi expiana don ol disagreeable event. 1 A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 January 1902

are Glazed with a cheap coating. If ;;..: : hli Coffee why ar' n't the hitfh prtced Mochasead Javas glased also? Lion Coffee I rot glased. It Is pet f-cly purr and has a deltciottS flavor. the Ship Subsidy Swindle. Vr'iiu The f sjinvitla CotlriOTJourllAl The American shipyards are full of worn ari'J cannot tak- coo tracts for immadiata Acliv cry. Tbc owners of American ships ar- prosperous. There is no scarcity of ships in the' foreign trade, but, on ts: con trary, more sbips than cargoes. Freight rates an.- extremely low. ((rain being carried across the Atlantic ts low an a penny a bnehel The interest of "x porters 'ior not demand tbe paseage of tbe ship subsidy bill. Js object is simply to pay certain people who ar- 'Jo lag a rennnerative business bigber profits Tberc do rea son arbj one particular branch of business should be sin gled out for this sort of favoritism Our (July to Cuba . t'ro'u thh Boston Herald, The case of Coba is peculiar in this respect. Cuba proposes to give t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 January 1902

Joanna .lotlinffs. John Merry, was vi nil tig his at htt Tuesday and WTednenday. Edgar Berry, wiio is living at his grandfathers, went home to set? his father Saturday. A Hue Christmas dinner at Walace Adams, all relatives aud neighbors. ( )n Thursday evening of last week our young people were delightfully entertained at tin hospitable home ui Perry Winders, South f town. After indulging in various games the youngsters were united Into the dining room where elegant refreshments were served, of ter which they again indulged in their (fames until a late hour, when t hey took I heir depart tire The occasion will long be remembered as a very pleas ant one. Prank Peer, who has been in 1 1, I r i iiiiiois ior somei one. nas re turned to his old neighbor hood Mr. Berry and wife and Mack Rouse and family were the guests of Mr Harris .Sunday. Will Newel has been on the the sick list foj some time but is getting better. Merl West was (he gUeit Of Leslie Berry Sunday. Rensselaer Items. Walter ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 January 1902

7 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JANUARY 9, 1902. NO. 41 a happy new year Monroe City, the Queen of the Prairies Still Leads. i f W AS THE GREETING OF A LARGE UMBER OF GENTLEMEN THE FIRST EVE OF THE YEAR 1902 To the Members of the Social. Noung Married Peoples' and Kismet Clubs. Wednesday evening Jan. 1. 190i! the members of the three ladies clubs tf the city enter tained their gentlemen friends at the homes of Mesdames A. Jaeger. Walter Moss. A. Boul waie. J H. McClintic and D. ; R. Davenport. At Mus. Jaeger's. The parlors were thrown to gether and beautifully lighted with varitrated colored wax candles and decorated with flowers, lovely sprays of green and pillows that would take ones thoughts back to the orient if it were not for the charming presence of the grand American dames and their glori ous daughters. Tnere were cheery greetings, a smile and a light hearted jest for one and all, smiles and jests free from caie and honest because spon taneou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 January 1902

THE DEMOCRAT w. .). ROUSE, Editor. II. f. H1XSON. City Kditor. TERMS $1.00 PI:R YF.AK Entered at .he pout nB'irv at Monroe City, a second-class matter. Tfl.l iPHONI NO. Mo. If THURSDAY. JANUARY 9 1902 N. K. & T. Time TRAINS SOOTH. Table MO li-Passenger Flyer 11:0:1 p ID 21. Accommodation 11::) am tM--I.ocal Freight BtlB a u. IS Accommodation "' p n? 9 Biitlulo to Kansas CK Flyer 4:4". p,ra trains NoarH- 16-. Passenger Fiver 4:V a a UPUMngt 2:"T p m tA2-Local freight 6:t " pi MAcoommodatlon Vis am n Kansas City to linlt'alo Fiver 1":4H pm IDally lircpt Sunday. Others Daily. K. It; SPAIIK, AHt. Wabash Time Table Moberly M Arrive Coopenille. A Happj New Year to all. Tin- Cooper school reopened Monday morning after a weeks vaiation for t lie holidays. John Jordon Piid children spent the holiday! in III., with Mrs Jordon who was too ill to come home. Mises Lola and Etna Walk er, attended a party near Ely Thu rsday, Miss Fanny Walker, of near Ely who has been visiting at the home of D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 January 1902

IF YOU HAVE REAL ESTATE, Merchandise?, Of anything else to sell or exchange. Hat it with us. If you want to buy or trade for Real Kstate, Merchandise, or any thing else, see us, for we have calls almost daily for such things, and can generally aid you in either selling, exchanging or buy ing Anything you have or may want as we keep posted and al ways know who to see and what to do. We make special low rates on (Arm loans, nnd write deeds, wills, leases and contracts of all kinds. Notary Public and Stenographer In otlice. X DAYENPOBT fe LEAR. X 8 I e have in stock a nice and complete line of Caskets, Robes and Fibers. Can furnish on very short notice anything required ft in this line at moderate prices. Mrs. Nichols will assist $ m preparing me oociies or women ami cniiaren. Tile handsome funeral car will be furnished gratis to those who deal with us. We can be found at the corner of Main and Summer sts, Phone 25, or at the Davenport residence property, 1 block east of J. J. Rogers, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 January 1902

gmmmmmmmmmwmwmmmmmmmwmwmmtmmmmmmimmmwmmffmtwmmwttf I THE HEART CUT OUT! I E From now Until February First. 1 When it Comes to Prices on what is called a Clearing Sale, 3 I Will Simply Cut the Heart out of Them. J Z- THERE IS A SURPRISE AWAITING YOU IN -S I Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Etc. 1 AT- I J. B. Anderson's, Nort Main Street. THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUSE, Ktlitor. R. v. H IX SOX. City Editor. TKRMS $1.00 PER YEAR Mtred at Hie pout oflM t Monroe City. Mo. as MCOtld-ClUi matter. TELEPHONE no. THURSDAY. JANUARY U llJ02 A Happy New ear. (Continued (rum page l- The receiving party was com posed of the members of the club and their guests, via: Mesdames Walter Moss. Car! Jaeger, Mark- Hawkins, Walter Williamson. Bert Bull. Gardner Wade, William WesthofT, James Johnson. J. T. S. Hickman, as sisted by Mioses Eleanor and Mildred Scott. Mamie Hal lock, liuth Brown. Lois Rogers, of Denver. Colo.. Wagner, of Kahoka, Mo., and Mrs. Stella Belwocd. of Warrensburg. Mo. Special entertainmen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 January 1902

6 Clearance Sale!! I F '; '1 i Albert Yates has sold his 140 acre farm near town to W. J. Hagan for !j!3,00, Mr. Yates and family will go first to Kiow.i Kan., and then down into New Mexico. The family will be sad ly missed by a host of friends and relatives for they were good citizens. You want money, we want butter and eggs and pay the highest price for them. SHA.KP & Donley. THIS WEEK. No. 1224 Men's heavy boots, worth $3.50 2.50 Men's Veal Kip boots, worth $2.50... 2 00 15 Men's Pelts and Overs, larye sizes, worth $2.00 and $2.25, to close 1.50 Lot ladies" heavy shoes 90 Lot children's heavy shoes 75 , William M. Medcalf and fami ly and Mrs. Annie Linn are now good citizens of Ft. Worth, Texas. They will be sadly missed in social, musical and religious circles fn this city. Butter and eggs bring y u the most money when taken to Shaup & Donley's fWILLIAMSDN Q P. S.-Call & BULL.! and settle your account. R. Meriwether was 'attending I Miss Mable McMasters has legal bus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 January 1902

The Round Table. I MMttMdlBK on the corner Of a very busy atn-et, I whs anxiously awaiting For a friend I wished to meet. I lia waited tw,-ntjr minutes And my brain was in a whirl: I was looking 'or a girl. Tall girls. lnrt girls, girls of mid dle hight: Stout girls, thin girls, girls of brawn and might: Young girls, old girls, firtl of every age: And the dreamy matinee girl from the fashion pftpw't page. I maintained my careful vigil Though my eyes wet v. ak: I was just a triile di.zy And ft Audi was in my cheek. I hail waited forty minutes And my brain was in a whirl. was wait i for a girl. I Prim girls, trim girls, girls of every si.'-: Kail- girls- ' are girls, giris with an gel eye: I'rude girls, rude girls, bashful girls and hyJ ... I .L . ana me ,rm o wmic opem ..u. u.e pateg a ul s)eoder dark com nauffliu lime eye. I -r. faint, and weak, and thirsty. And my back was bent with pain; I felt a strange sensation At the bottom of my brain. I had waited sixty minutes With my luckl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 January 1902

City Directory Secret Societies. Masonic Monroe Lodge No.H4, A. F. & A. M. meets first and third Satur day nights of each month. Monroe City R. A. Chapter, No. 104 meets fourth Monday nights in eaeh month. Odd Kki.lows Monroe City Lodge No. 208, meets every Thursday night. SUPRXME COURT OF Honok. Mon roe District Court No. 4(17 meets every Mo-day night. A. O. U. W. Monroe City Lodge, No IHS, tueetl tirst and third Friday nights of each month. Modern Woodmkn Monro c City Camp, No. meets every Fri day night. The R. N. of A's meet 1st. and ISrd Tuesday evening in the M. W. A. hall. P. K. O. Sisterhood, Monroe City Chapter H. meets the second and fourth Saturdays in each month. Masonic, Colored. Advance Lodge No. ", meets tirst and third Tuesday nights in each month. Bethlehem Cahpter No. 41 meets 1st Thursday in each month. Virginia Court meets 1st Thursday in each month. Court Directory. MONROE CODNTY. Circuit Court Meets at Paris first Monday In April fourth Monday in August and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 January 1902

Coopers ille. The protracted meeting i still in proffesa -a ttharpsbarg church conducted byReV. Book. Forty additions reported. Mr Jordon writes from 111 nois that Mrs. .Jordon is no hotter and Iter death is expect ed at any time. Mr Brown, of near Warren, visited ai the hone of Mrs. Lou Col veil Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mis. George Bo We, Vlitd at tli home of Mr and Mrs .John Shearman Thursday., Mr. and Mr- rhotnax, ol Monroe City, visited B Walker and family Sunday. Mr, Moi ie Bowers is visit ing Mrs. J C. Bandley. MiosElla Evans visited rela lives and friends at Monroe City from Friday to Sunday of la .vek. r.i Lanham. of HicKorv it Grove neighborhood has moved on it Belton farm ' II ft vans and family at I church at Monroe ' it V SPFflAI. riflTHINfr I S X J 11 1 1 4 1 i JL X X X X 1 V- h teud Su Tli had u Then One : th I Married Mem League. M i rri'-'l Men-. Lea gn love feasi Tuesday night Was fun for one and 'intent rode the go mii'e ol perfection and sights in mi was shown ...

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