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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 January 1902

r i . i Monroe City Democrat. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1902. NO. 42 ABOUT THE CHURCHS. J Jude Churcli 00 o'clock. Sunday evening TOWN AND COUNTRY. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. Fr. Lambert Kendrick. of Hoboken, N. J . was in the city yesterday with old friends. He was called here by ihe serious illness of his mother Mrs. Jerome Kendrick. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Wailes passed through this city Mon day morning enroute to Citron vill Ala., where they were go ing in the interest of Mrs. Wailes health. Rev. H. P. Davis, of St. Louis, will till appointments at Hunnewell to night. Rev. J. H. Terrill preached to large congregations at Clarence Sunday. The many friends of Rev. James E. Hampton, who was raised south of this city will be glad to , learn of his successful pastorate of the Lees Summit church. There has been more than one hundred added to the church during t tie past eighteen months Revs W. G. Ellison and R. A. Jones have closed a ...

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. — 16 January 1902

THE DEMOCRAT MOUSE, Editor. ii i.s( n. city Editor. $I.OO IMP. VBAH - v ' . int unlet tt Monro) City, Mo. '(. p'l.fUfip matter. 1HIIMI0NI Ml. Til! R.SDAY. JANUARY Hi 1902 1 11 K V T. Time TKA I SP SOUTH. Table No I5PMMIIMI Hycr 21-Accomlbpdanoii pM--Local Frciicht s:t Aceofninodntloll . . : Buffalo tn Kansas City Flyti TRAtMl Kokrll. .ll:o;t p is 1:M urn l:l.ri a tr who neither sands) his tug at nor I waters his milk who believes in the best, and is particular to please his patrons. That's the grocer who recom- I mends aw' sells Lion Coffee Ci'ffce that is coffee unelazed im.t.lulteiated. Beaut) Contest. The ( ! lobe Democrats beauty contest, a contest to determine i a Fifty Cents Vr-i"J Tht i J Ve-.-. .1 Sumbc. i: 3 COUTH'S LITERARY WEEKLV r UsblsShad at Atlanta. Ga.-Circutii: n th'rr 50.000. worn i " possible who was the most beautiful )6"pMieaftr Fiver tt.PaaseUatut LU--Lir:il Freight f.:'.' pir MAeeoniroodatlnti EkiB Ml H Kana, City to Buffalo Fiver. liKtopn tOalljr eoept Sunday...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 January 1902

IF YOU HAVE REAL ESTATE M.i-.iii ,.,,!: . . . . . i i tt i . . .. ... r niivimojf eisn iu sen or excnanjje, list it with us. If you wantt. buy or trade for Real Estate, Merchandise, or any thing else. MM ii. for we have calls almost daily for such thing's, and can generally aid you in either selling, ea'chanjring or buy ing anything vou have or may want its we keep posted and al ways know who to see and what to do. We make special low rates on farm" loans, and write deeds, wills, leases and contracts of all kinds. Notary Public and Stenographer in office. TATZEIISnFOIRr fe LEAR. X e have in stock a nice and complete line of Caskets, Robes and Fibers. Can furnish on very short notice anything required in this line at moderate prices. Mrs. Nichols will assi-t in preparfnjr the bodies of women and children. The handsome funeral car will be furnished gratis to Ihose 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...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 January 1902

THE DEMOCRAT YoweU c- Forsyth. Rut W. J. ItOUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. Presidential Facts. ledge, fcvans and A. Jaeger j Two presidents of the United Jr.. Jack Conway was taken in ; Stages' were elected by the I GUMS $1.00 PER VhAK i icred at th poat ofllcc at Monroe city. Mo. aa second-claaa matter. TELEPHONE NO. 14. I on probation. I Last year the band was a de light tO the city, one that tite I city enjoyed at the park con I certs and took pride in. There vas noming else in l lie cay Whig party during the twenty five years ot its existence as an organization. These were Wi I liam Henry Harrison and Ziclt ary Taylor. Both died In of fice The Repbulican pn'rty " " the lnten t in ana enjoyed to THURSDAY, J ANUARYU5 15)02 1 the extent that it did the band .. . I which was generous that the entire population took which succeeded the Whig party, has elected in forty one years six presidents Lincoln. Old Fashioned. There w is an old fashioned time and sport at Victor Ha gan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 January 1902

Paris, J. L. Miles has gone ynibal to reside. . Earl Caldwell was a visitor part ol the week. Judge Thos. F. Hurd wasl Shelby county e t ti i i - - - - i ... 1 al nere irorn fans v noay on igai priujiiy rcuiuaiji ioi business'. T. Kan 1902. H. By num. of Wellington, . has been In the city visit ing relatives. Bring your eggs and butter to Sharp & Donley and get the . - i ii M m t- r ll . 1 3 ijiiarue tacrine or near cai myra, has been the guest of his fiiend. C. M. Sullivan John Nolen of the LaGrange Indicator came ever to spend Sunday with his mother. James B. McCreary has been nominated in Kentucky to suc ceed William J. Deboc to the ,U S. Senate. Misses Nannie and Nettie ordon have secured employ- merit at the Odd Fellows Home at Liberty Mo. County School Commissioner J. B. Rogers, of Stoutsville. spent Saturday' afternoon in the city with friends Miss Lizzie Hi'bert, of Mari on County, lias been speuding the week with her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mastin. Hon. W. S. McC...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 January 1902

Bold Love. He'd nothing !ut hi violin: I'd nothing but my sonir, Mut we DIN Md when nkios wen; blue And summer da.s were lornr; Mut when we rented by the hedcn The robloa eiuno Mad told How they had dined to wed and win When twljl iinj,' wh cold. We Homctime- tupped on dewberries. Of slept anions; the ha.v. Mut olt tin' fanners' when at eve CMM out to hear us play The rare old turn-- the dear Old'tUtHM We ooitld not htarve for lonjr, While my limn had his violin. And i my tweet, lore aung! The 'world lias nyoironc well with n Old man. sinee we Wefo OIH, Our homeless wauderin.'downthe Iftnua It loon ni was done. Mut thUM who wait for (o;d and mar For house-, and for kine. Till youth's sweet spring growi brown and sere. And love and beauty time. Will never Itnti th i ji.y of hearts That met u ithout a fear V7ben you had hut your violin And I a sonj. my dear. Mary Kyle Dallas A Romance of the Thanksgiving Missou-ri-Ransas Foot Ball Game. ized that this was a danyerons dreams Hi re flit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 January 1902

City Directory Secret Societies. Masonic Monroe Lodge No. 04, A. F. & A. M., meets tirnt and third Satur- j day nights of eaeh month. Monroe City H. A. Chapter, No. 104 ' meets fourth Monday nights in each i month. ODD IfBLLOWB Monroe City Lodge i No. 268, meets every Thursday night. Supkkmk Court OF Honor. Mon-1 roe District -Court No, 4ti7 meets I every Monday night. A. O. IT. W. Monroe City Lodge, No 168, n.eets first and third Friday I nights of each month. Modkrn WOODMKN Monroe City Camp, No. 22M meets every Fri- j day night. The R. N. of A's meet 1st. and 3rd Tuesday evening in the M. W. A. hall. P. E. O. Sisterhood, Monroe City Chapter H. meets the Hccond and fourth Saturdays in each month. Masonic, Colored. Advance Lodge No. 5, meets first and third Tuesday nights in each month. Bethlehem Cahpter No. 41 meets 1st Thursday in eaofa month. VirginiaCourt meets 1st Thursday in eaeli month Court Directory. MONBOK COUNTY . Circuit Court Meets at Tarls first Monday in April fou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 January 1902

fctch. ter oppr at Robert Utter- Moat Rev, Pvtber Swfff van of bach's last Saturday night. Monroe city wiir read mw ! St. lJeters churclr Sunu'ay. A Crowd from this place at tended an oyster sapper ;t M r. Utter hack Saturday ji ttrtit Roads tine and a great deal of ties are being hatfJtod to our' city. Jim K end rick of SAiei spent Sunday here with his best ri. Church services willi be 01 hi ducted at the Metln iditt oliurdfc in Cincinnati Sunda ' The MWnei Spaldi no. of Sliie" spent Sunday here. I ,iey were accompanied bv Miats Sadie Ha gar nf Monroe City. Quite a crowd ;run this neighborhood attended a da. 'ice Horn To the wife of James Rouse, a bi baby boy. Mother and babe doing weN. Cooper ill. The Meeting lias closed at SharpsbWg With forty-one d 1 1 loQt. B J. McKnlght b traded hi - farm for property tu Mon rot City and will move mere i: tbe near tufnre. Ot is Crooer and Be rug Iris relatives and frier, ds for home m Kiowa, Kansas. Walter fflttgan Moved to his new home an the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 January 1902

s Monroe City Democrat VOL. 14 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1902. NO, 43 f s TOWN AND COUNTRY. Past, I'rcsenl and future Doiflfl that may be of Interest to Von. Ysagtr. truest Yeager. formerly a resident of this city and known among the boys tm Light Foot, il icd in Hannibal Sunday from appendicitis and the remains were laid to rot Tuesday in the quiet grave yard at Kensse luer. William Short, of Hydes burg. wa - a business visitor in the city Saturday. Thomas Pollard lost his nice residence near llunuewell, by lire, Loss some $l"00, insur anc only 9250. It is said that Doc Whitecot ton and family will go to pas lures new and they think Mi ami, I T.. is just the place. In Doc. Paris will loose a good citizen. Geo. W. Landers, of Keokuk, Iowa, is visiting the home folic- northeast ol this city. He now University at Columbia lias a run as express messenger i on the railroad and is well pleased with the work. A ABOUT THE CHURCHS. Interesting News Concerning The Differ e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 January 1902

THF DEMOCRAT W. .1 Ft. r ROUSE, K.litor. iiixson. City Editor. Acme Food for sale at Hay j den's Liverv Hani. Kvcrv litu'U- i ei guaranteed. T Kit MS $I.OO i'VM VI: AW Cm tblaoul ind laki u to B. 0, Wood'i drug Itora and get h free saiiiii- of Chamberlain' Htomach and Liror Tablets, the beatpbrsk They alau cnra disorder! of tim uommh, ! i)t.. ., Mill liaa'tllCllC. Intri.' at Ih i'fii "fllcc Rt Mnnrof city, hi Mtao)riollM matter. Mo. Davenport A: Lear make good farm loans at 5 per cent interest. M r. Kismet Cluh. and Mrs Walter Peanut Hunt. Moss Last Friday nltfht was a IB entertained the Kismet Club at pleasant one for about sixty- (1 tneir delightful cottage home live of on North Main Thursday night I Warren WhUt, conversation and re- pi I ;i hie home of Mr. and Mrs very TELEPHONE NO. if THURSDAY. JANUARYS! 190J i K. .v T. Time Table MAIM anUTH. No 5lABaa1lgef Klyer 11:0: p a 21-Arniintllodnt'inll 1 i :XH m n t.'.I--I." nl Freight Bill a B NSArcointnodiiUOQ .. 9tA3pn V Buffalo to K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 January 1902

i I I! e have in stock a nice and complete line of f Caskets Robes and Fibers Can furnish on very sliort notice anything required in this line at moderate prices. Mrs. Nichols will assist in preparing the bodies of women and children. The 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, cor. 1st & Davis sts GEO. M. NICHOLS & CO. CTA AIM H4 bb m "ffUggg Mavo a 77-YR. RECORD. tut WWwP W built upon tho strong founda- L tion of .alitv. The stock we off r f r fall 1901 and Bpring 1902 surpasses in qual- W It tho moduct niV Krcnr'lJ'T box and pack free. of nil nrovioua HIH. rril I IXLIVMC I , ruaranteo bafo ar rival, guarantee cntf re satisfaction. STARK Fri-it Bivik freo upon reouest. alMmen. Outfit sent free. LOUISIANA. : Hun Lit III. Ala. 1 DauTllle, X. V..ete. The Fun is on m And will be to the end. So just remember that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 January 1902

THK DEMOCRAT W. .1, K. P. ILKMS ROU8B, Editor. H ix son. city Editor. sliall have paid Ilia assessment to the Treasurer of t lie commit , tee on or before Tuesday. ; March 1 1902, $1.00 That the nCentral Committee j election ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR COLLECTOR. We are authorized to announce DR. vv. ir. H..CUOW m a candidate forre- PER VF.AH f i.trrrd hi On- poil office at Monroe City, Kprnnii-clwm matter. Mo. TELEPHONE NO. li. meet at Pans. at S:80p. in, Saturday. April .'). 1H0-. We recommend that the offices assessed tlie following ft the purpose of de STATE CONVENTION DATES. Democratic Dates as Follows. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 18. The Democratic State committee an Collector of Monroe: at the Laclede Hotel 111 this County, subject to the primary elec-cit t ,,. t select the placs ror tin: 2H. W1 FOR Presiding Judge. We are authorised tc announce J. (I. ADAMS as a candidate for I're- THUR8DAY. JANTJARY23 1901 a ur .'i n l - fraying expenses ol the primary joetto the primary election elect ion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 January 1902

r CLEARING SALE j Fur the best Timothy Seen to Patterson & Sharp's We propose to conduct the greatest sale of f Good, New, dependable Merchandise AT THE LOWhST PRICES f That the people of Monroe City and vicinity have ever had the opportunity to take advantage of. Consisting of all winter goods of our own store and including the entire stock of dry goods, n otions, cloaks, etc. of the W. V. Carson & Co., store that we recently purchased and moved. DRESS GOODS. IN BLACK AND COLORS. Carson's price $1.50. Our price $1. 00. 1.25. " ' .Hi). ,1.00. " " .75. .50. - " .35. Big lot of short lengths and remnants in dress goods at almost your own price. Silks.at even a greater reduction. Applique trimmings, yokings, linings, etc at big reductions. Thompson's Glove Fitting Corsets. Carson's price $1.75 Our price $1.15 1.00 " ' .69 .50 " ' .89 $1.50 kid gloves, our price $1. 1.00 75c HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. Ladies' extra lleecetl, elastic ribbed top hose. Carson's price :25c, our pr'iDe 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 January 1902

The Islanders. are not kindly treated. Ah, And ye vaunted your fathomless pow luckless babes! It would break my heart if f found that they were abused, and I Know that dear Margaret could not rest in her grave if the poor little darlings that she had to leave weie ill treated. November 'S. Walked home er ana jre flaunted your iron prld a JSre ye fawned on tbo younger nations for the DSD who OOUld lioot and dfl en ye rolumud to your IdOlS! then ye contented your soul With tin- (t :i tun !- fools at the wicket Or the muddled oafs at the goals. w I i, (Il lusion, wholly be-1 from ti e Addisons' with IFarnswiith last night, osi'asktftl fl boilt the dear hind lay foDCI month go by; ones ai)(, j liave promited to, asy wonder: hoping give her their pictures. Ah.il lee of the they could have her lor a moth diven to strong llevlng a lie, Ye saw that the and ye let th Waiting some m HOIII" nrtYIII'' Ht'TI - Idle -oi.t'iilv idle in tli fores)..nt line. et ' Se IS Idle except for your boasting,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 January 1902

7 City Directory Secret SoclotleB. Masonic Monroe Lodge No. 64, A, P. & A. M., meets first and third Satur day nights of each month. Monroe City H. A. Chapter, No. 104 meets fourth Monday nights in each month. Odd Fellows Monroe City Lodge No. 2H8, meets every Thursday night. SUPREME Count OF Honok. Mon roe District Court No. 467 meets every Mo -day night. A. O. U. W. Monroe City Lodge, No 168, u.i ets tirst and third Friday nights of each month. Modf.un Woodmkn Monroe City Camp, No. 22M6 meets every Fri day night. The EL N. of A's meet 1st. and Ilrd Tuesday evening in the M. W. A. hall. P. E. O. Sisterhood, Monroe City Chapter H. meets the second and fourth Saturdays in each month. Married Mens fceague meet! every Tuesday night. Masonic, Colored. Advance Lodge No. 5, meets first and third Tuesday nights in each month. Bethlehem Cahpter No. 41 meets 1st Thursday in each month. Virginia coukt meets 1st Thursday in each month. Court Directory. MONROR COUNTY . Circuit Court Meets a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 January 1902

KNOW? if ! The Hon roe City i i Democrat's iobde partment has no superiors. . , . It g I Tjl T ' ' I ii is d uvmg r dci j 12 n it comes to Briefs, Pamphlets, Folders and Pro grams, its work is first-class. SfflfintierV Our prices knock imt a ; mviivi j rubhef s..1!;,p W,en j, Z c lines to Letter Hcad. Nolc Keadi and En velopes, Statements, Bill Heads, Cards for the business man, Cards for the politician or X delicate visiting X the latex and most approved script type. Fancy, Yes. Mennes and wadding Cardl are guaranteed . to be the best, the latest, the most chic. It J is "dead easy" for this office to duplicate the so-called "Jaccard Engraved Cards" and arils in plain type or in for CONSIDERABLE LESS MONEY. This T office has done it more than once. I if you want Art. done with Type and Ink. the DEMOCRAT done that can f Ihe Printer's can do it in short order and at fair prices for you. We always guarantee our work . to be perfectly satisfactory in every re spect. Do you want the news...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 January 1902

7 1 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JANUARY 30, 1902. NO, 44 AS OTHERS SEE US. Look At It Closely And See Your Own Interests. A prominent citizen of Mon roe City. In speaking of the loss of their electric light plant states tint in all probability his town will imitate Paris by vot ing bonds for a municipal I i tT li t and water plant. We believe that we have as good a system as could be found anywhere and its complete success is al ready assured. Monroe is well able to afford and support such institutions and by owning Iter own plant the town would get modern street lights and sure enough tire protection without cost. Better still, the water works would make it possible to abolish the unsightly wind mills which not only disfigure the landscape of the city but tend to create thelmpression at Palmyra that the town is too dependent on wind. Besides that, it ill becomes a metropolis to let smaller and less preten tious towns like the countv seat enjoy all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 January 1902

FROM A SOLDIER BOY j.jto JjJfar Away Luzon Islands -Interest- ine News About The NatlYPS. lor wnges, tliey carry cveny 1 H' (lllAi.tfiiM,fflLl I on rtlWr heads from' la My Dear 'Father JStiCkofwood to a bunch of At the native people here bann- J" unconcerned, differ so much from humanity ; as "ould ,w carrying any as it exists in the United States i thi"B in ,,,,r hand en on the streets carrying two REPUBLICfN WHISKY. Indian Territory. and thr nntm mi their heads. I Lrlobe Uemoerat. winging forth as Lou DAYS ARE PASSED. :c M'i wn Mini iicau?( . t - I tit?y f5bAa:mP$. ' jWGffiVWttiskyI are fast be Grumblinjr Editors of Soma-PaOHkh ! iLUi were- -JttiWM . in a-fteboMlcM-SMe; CQmttitf.fiiyjtir.riri, KjlltUntf ou way back ane sit tow,i ' i In- flrMrc .ithlir- hni A i ntra flgOd7 nern ll,ei e is "ow prohibited Kan- P To jjjj bJbJUUfVur rWig- is fond 0'slsUtJ Worl11: . , ious exchanges there must be a 'Am -it OThe up-to-date prima' donna ; lively class of ministers , w,lo Democrats and all...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 January 1902

f EC i i rt Rfl vH i j.i ) i lijufi wW Miill FIB ''!'' '' ' !" 1 11 ' 1 1 -J I I I mmmm" SPELLING MATCH no do 1 Jtfftft has: 1 no i i 5 I )'ju(y. .-i iTj-j ::, A( .... . . "Self - 1 i SMperiors. , , jfg 18. IfflB! l 1 ranee .'..i-1. M..- n.-.l I I". " , M ..lliv,-, .-:!-, r "' " ' .l:i.UJ.: ,'NI .V'Jii 111 Mil UK JA'IOIii:lD! liili moil ncmuaiii .1 ilyiato btMl2 jI Hi 1 in j 1 ; j 111 n n " III1 w 'jKiitfi .1! I lltMttl li'.ii' ''. ! i! i i.t iiK.t n . ...u ...1 -1 mi.; i i- . " :-l.-T. A I r act u .1 Ill tt ,!.') .siiivnc iihiie 'Jfcon?ft'Letttr HMd$fNe Heads and F.n- t to be the best, the latest; Hie ftlost chk. It Art; 'done with type and, Ink, the DEMOCRAT ''J'Vehipesl faWftienfil'lfcill'fleSdsf, Cards for the T is "dead casv" for. )hj? office to 'duplicate :i:lahla' ft in! SHdft order and at fair prices 1 ' r 1 - c . 1 . ' . , 1. , , . " 1 .1 1: 1 .,-. .1 . r n . , ' j . T 11 ur, uie u-iieu gatcarw, psivM jv-aru .iiiu 101 . von. mi always guarantee ot(r worK J dnK 'f(ir tONEpBL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 January 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. j. UOUSK, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. I EKMS $1.00 PER YH AH CONGRESSIONAL. Next Congressman From Jhis District Will he Selected March 29. i terert m the post office at Monroe City, Mo. eronit-rlasi matter. Tlie Congressional Committee of tliis District met in Brook i field on the 22nd inst. anil se- lecttd Miirch 29th as Miss Mary Carson will leave loilay for a two weeks visit friends in St. -Louis. George Cose, of Shelbina, was In the city with friends for a short while yesterday. A ROUT THE rmiDfHS isionary Union. U was a pleas AdUL I HIE U1LKU13. ant and profitable meeting tor TELEPHONE NO. 14. You want money, we want butter and eggs and pay the the date i . I of the Congressional primary. I to be held ill all the counties of j A. H Green has received ate of the church .at LaGrange, Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. H. H. Johnson is assist ing In a protracted meeting at Oak Dale this week. Rev. W. R. Painter, Pastor of the Bapt...

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