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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 January 1902

1 11 III x XKXKS04XX50SXXKKKXJ04XXJOS9KXJO; It's a Consolation to Know 8 That you are getting the best and not paying too much If yon need a wind mill or pump see. R. MANNING Walk KK. Bert Wood, of Pittstield. III.. wa in the city with old friends Tuesday. I i$HEN you get Timothy from the section ours came Seed from y can depend on it that neither 8 your neighbor nor anybody else s neighbor has any better, any purer'-vthat's the point. The man we bought these seeds from has kept his word. It was our aim to get seed that we could recommend, that would be ap precieted by our customers. And such it is surely. X X X X Miss Viola Leake spent Sun day with friends at the Sac charine village up the road. B. G. Moss got as far from; Walter Gentry, of Reus- home Thursday as Ely station. : selaer. was a business visitor ,, , T 77T i in the city yesterday. Fred Lukey. ot Palmyra, has bttn visiting friends near l lie WANTED, To buy a desirable city. , brick building on Main st. Will ..I. V iIm n...

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. — 30 January 1902

Tift i :' ) i i VkOC RAT Peter Werner was a business! Miss Vivian Sartories, grand l w - ; . : . ; visitor in St. Louis, Friday. daughter of Gen. U. S. Grant, is fitting herself for the stage. w Ft, KOU8E, Kdlior. HIXhON. Cltj Editor. Mrs. Thornton Maddux went VMtMS $I,00,H' Vl Ak! .i' to Hannibal Saturday H lecture by the vVhortpn great FOlC i r, uy Dr.., She Is at presentlin Paris. City Directory Socrpt Societies 'Lit aVLUSv .hi ijjma v..-i vaoatlUfl j, tend mo mom w.h. rit. M."" Pay ypnr .drjll". j' TlMT f riends i in., inn...... ail'l llieil ll IM"I lieillllt IJfW! Miss .Jessie Wailes, of Shelbi,! ast week in the citv with v t . k I I I I I I 111, I w IK -11 .1 I) 11' paper men as an example can II JNy theirs. - Friday and Saturday t, he, I fi-Ji WlwJigV. elevators and .railroad yards at d. .. i , aRd,,fj,& ft Ka, tOHy were. I biWadttf made when Her,el I .li'tiii. i .'I residing Till ;SJJ. 1 .M. Alt.) 1 I.UUw llmi.ll.n- li:iv.. s.l.l T.mr. ir..,J.L" . . ,,, . . ...innies ami...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 January 1902

nanutonfl ill -I' jorJ llsu0 .''i'l (isitoiwJ niii . tioei r)bnA diiBmIM .oil J h ' 1 l ,11 li) l! 1 ' D1 Oil I.J in Uuw i. hoailii 1 TToTi ol 'i: inriu, TT.Ti I :"" XV t have in stock a nice and complete line of r .TUO QJ02 1 . V Caskets, Robes and Fibers. Can furnish on very short notice anything 'reqdired in this lint at moderate juices. Mrs. Nichols , will assi-t in preparing the bodies of women aiiAcliTiarep. The handsome funeral cat will he furnished ' gratis to those who deal with ns. We can bo found at thw' corner 'M Main and Summer sts. Phone 2fl. or ,t,the ,P,a.venport residence property, 1 block east ol .1. J. Rogers, cor. 1st & IavjsKtB CEO. M. NICHOLS & CO KEEPING THINGS OUT. I; SOME GOOD ONESii CTARK TREES Have a 'WCORD. built ' upoa tha ' tt founda tion ol nualUw. Tho.atoek wo offur for fall 1901 'and Bpiing 1902 surpass In quai ls Ity tha product DAY FCT i C KT '' b"ix pnck free' )f all previous years. YyC , I ftLlsJIBl .ijuaraiitpfl nafo ar , Ruarantoo entir...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 January 1902

SOLD OUT. j well attended and the ladies re- (the teacher) Prof, Cecil For PTER years, six months and 10 days of con I A titlUOUft service in the I rutf business m Monroe makin i ye in Quirtcy. added t' '.this. tin f City, with i term of TlllliTY NINK years .. . .fZ i ... business, l uavs ai last aenaeu 10 genny my aside the "Mortal and I'estle" and seek a rest (for a lime at hmsI) from the cares and responsibilities naturally lvst iug upon every true and conscientious druggist. I therefore take tins opportunity of laying to the public In general, that i liavcKold my entire stock of drug! ,iiid merchandise to Messrs Wood and SJmst.ittd. who will continue the business al the old aland. These gentlemen are no stranger, to yon. Everybody knows "Ferd" Wood and .lim' I'nistattd and I think I cm with confidence nay that, ' yon can rely up.jll fair and square treatment iii nil your dealings with them, and I ask for them the liberal share of patronage from your hands, extended to me in the ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 February 1902

$2 v v . Monroe City Democrat. ' i VOL. 14 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 61002. NO. 45 I 4 TOWN AND COUNTRY. in this city by deputy sheriff J. W. Stephens. We arc Norrv to say tliat ' his is not t lie Past. Prtienl and Future Doings thai may Hrl shatfy tranjacton he nal he of Interest to YOU. James Palmer sold to a Mr. Swci't, nl Brownsville one bay horse for fcl-"i. The W. 0. T. U. will meet with Mrs. .1 J. Brown on Tues day Feb, 1 1 at 2:80 p. m. Miss M audi' I la wU'ms, of SI) el- byville, is spending the week in tbe city with relatives. Come in and liny, not by and by. but now. We have only a few sacks oi timothy seed left, The next lot will be higher. Sharp Patterson, Opera House Block. J. P Smock who is now serv ing as Oircuil Clerk and Re corder asltes to be re-elected to that office, He has ,nany friends who hope 10 see him reelected. As to his lit ii. ss to fill the posi tion Well, he has made a rec Old Which is before the people. A real estate deal that had been...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 February 1902

f A MAN'S WEAKNESS. How Mr Minium rhotlcM Strengthened His Memory, Mr William ThotlffM i.s .1 pleiisnut, smlnble, nil 11 r nb sent minded man, with .1 citron lc tendency tnwiird forgetting in in, hi ins wife's letters. H lli.it was as lar as Ins forgetful' ness extended he in Iff li I have home it with humility Idit when it reached lite degree ii ma hi it u him ridiculous he bu t a It 1 1 1 ilfs 1,1 j r. 1 1 wa s sin h a 11 1 n lit tie I Ifinn I ti ha vi' a ma 11 ask hi m w hei e his hat was only to discover he had been walldltu ftr blocks without it. 1 1 to tube ins wife tn I In- 1 ar. s ami t In n d Ivc home, w it 1 "Hi her forget t inn . in fact, an about her That was a dreadful day for Mi ThotlcHH, ami it tiinii hint weeks Ui live it ilow 11 Hut lite i tisis ramc all in oik iveniiiti They liad a pretty, comfort able home on Sixtieth afreet, nboul three blocks front the elevated It was raining, ami Mr Thot leu conceived the happy idea ot pleasing hit wife ly Investing iu some due...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 February 1902

SOME NIW BOOKS RtCMtly Added In I he Monroe City Pub lic Libray. Alice ni Mil Viuceunei Thompson Aslii'H ni Rmpire Chambers Archbishop, and (lie Lady Crowningsh leld Anlalli OoreHI Aimer's Marriage I ' 1 1 ( : Adventures ol a Brownie M ulock Bath Comedy Castle Black Koch Oumiioc Bob Sun iii Battle Ollivaul Bride ni 'Lummermoor Bcott Black Dwarf Scotl Oardinn I'a Bnuff Bax Harland Crow n ni Wild Ollvei, Rusktu Captain Horace May Cousin ( J race May Oount Monte Grlsto Dumas (Crisis Churchill Cleopatra Abboii Captain Shannon Kernnhan Cigarette Maker'e Romance Crawford Cavalier Charles I Ghurles II Dolly Dimple Drl' a ml I Darllgtou'a Double Thread Dr. Pa Mci I Money. Trusts, &c Harvey Man from Glengarry Connor Neighborly Poem I ii 1 -y Nllf lit Errant ESdna Lyall Nero Abbott I 'uii"i i Crown Mc( Ira tit Patience Hparhawk Atherson Peveral i the Peak Bcott Puritans Wife Pemberton Dl: ARMOND'S SPEECH Delivered in CongnM Should be Rend to livery American Citizen. Pirate Bicliard Vea an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 February 1902

THE DEMOCRAT v. J, ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TP.RMS $1.00 PER VI! AK i lerert t the pot office at Monroe City, a Kcrond-rlMS matter. Mo. ABOUT THE CMJRCHS. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. TELEPHONE SO. 14. THURSDAY, FEB. (J. 1902. ANNOUNCEMENTS. l"OR COLLECTOR. are authorised to announce NATHAN 1. ItODGKRS a n candi date for Collector of Monroe I ounty. Miiijix-t t tin1 irltniiry election. ive nro authorised to announce DR v. H. II. t ROW a a candidate for re election as Collector of Monroe County') lubject to the primary elec tion, March 2H, 1002, TOR Presiding Judge. VV6 are authorized to announce .IAS. S. ALLEN as a candidate for Presiding fudge of Monroe County, ubject to the primary election. We are authorized to announce J. O. ADAMS ii- a candidate for Pre aiding Judge of Monroe county, sub ject to the primary election. I0R PROBATE JUDGE. We are authorized to announce JAMES M. CRUTCH ER as a can didate for Probate Judge of Monroe Count...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 February 1902

i I have some bargains in Farm lands and City property N. L. Hum Miss Edith Reatherford. of Huntsville, is visiting her friend, Mrs. H. H. Johnson. Bring your eggs and butter to Sharp & Donley and get the highest market price. Carl Jaeger, knight of the grip, spent Saturday and Sun day at home with his family. Rufus Christian, one of the solid farmers near Warren, was a business visitor in the city Saturday Joseph E. Carrico, of Indian Creek, paid the Democrat an highly appreciated visit Satur day afternoon. Good cheap sewing machines still on hand as well as Heat icg Stoves. R. Manning Walker. T WOMAN AINin fftWRftV If you need a wind mill orj pump see. R. Manning Walk- ' ER. A Pair of Eight Footers to Marry Out 1 West. Geo W. Tooley was a busi- 1 ness visitor in the Bluff City Helena, Mont., Jan. 81. A j Monday, marriage between the largest Prank Saunders, of Paris. mail and woman in the United spent Friday afternoon in the ouiies. u noi it me worm. Will !-: with Irian. la I i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 February 1902

THE DEMOCRAT w J. ttOUBE, Bdttor. P. HIXSON, City Editor. fLHVIS $I.OO City Directory Secret Societies. W. A Sullivan was a business nasium a a bank account of visitor In the Oem Citv Thtiri- it own Monroe Citv should J 9 1 & . . a t 1 r.. m 1 L' toml hi. u .l..l.r:.ii,. . , b 1 Ji.sulu-.unrusiiUU(p! o.m, A. r day. w business trip to the Gem City j Mer(Turv l 1 1 i a v . Intend at the poet office at Monroe City. Mo. h seeoml-class matter. Tfil.EPIIOM: NO. H. THURSDAY. FEB. 6, 1002 AV A l IMMll tit tit. iiml t.h i ril S:.t ill- Verdner Carson made a i p?inlcrs ' " t,,e .m'ul,red aT?ect -W ol each month. 01 a yeuu ic iiieuopoiis. fans Monroe City K. A. Chapter, No. 104 It Vou listen to tile ' rivets fourth Monti ay nights in each i. nice of the Paris ou will believe that lias moved its gol re department to '. here people three ' lie year have to the can t I'rof. R. S. Nichols was business visitor in Hannibal S;i t nrda v. C Leisure, ol Florida. Mo. v.as a business visitor in the c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 February 1902

e have in stock a nice and complete line of Caskets, Robes and Fibers Can furnish on very short notice anything required ID tnlll line at moderate prices, Mrs. Nichols will assi-t 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 CEO. M. NICHOLS & CO. M.iNV I I HN H W uiviiiu vri I Illy ii'ii.u 8 m Jt CTAR K TREES Have a 77-YR. RECORD, built upon tho strong founda tion of aualitv. The stock wo offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qual ity the product r nAV rDDrilT box and pack free, of all previous vears. TTC r1 I 11-1 VI 0 I , guarantee iife ar rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. . . . . ir ill ..T., n" i ti I mnnn i iiih uil i.iii.n. ,m". w pay c ash ";n; Indicate a Coming Democratic Revival and Fut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 February 1902

been accused of of .t little money An Open Letter. A Lie Nailed. TO TII! PEOPLE OF MONROE COl'NTV: VVs make a statement thai we liav bringing out our best friend for the sum to be elected for collector of I mroj county, and we want to make a statement that anyone who says that we ever deceived any friend for the Hake of a little money tell I a lie That we well know that anything i- used for election schemes, but we have lived in Monroe conntv all our lives 1 ltd litis is tile first time we were ever accused of ever deceiving a friend and now we are for Tom Vales, the best in. in in Monroe county, and will five $1,000 to any man that is man who will say that we ever had a talk- with Bert Woods or an of Mr. Crow's kinfolks about tin- t lection, and we -ay positively that anyone who says so tells a lie, and we are out to elect our friend. Mr. Yates for collector on fair and square grounds II. I?. MI DI). I I Hui rail I col lector o V. tor Mr. Tom Yati Monroe conntv. U'm.uam BtX'KMAN. A...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 February 1902

5 7 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 14 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1902. NO. 46 ATTEND THE MEETING. "An Horror Of Great Darkness Tel! L'pnn The City." Dr. R. K. Megown was look ing after his business interests in Hannibal Monday. Every number on the pro- gramme was worthy of praise. February 1902 finds the real but the playing of Miss Weid- dents of the Metropolis of Mon- horn, who has recently return roe County where it did tifteen ed from studies in Austria, was years ago, or where Moses was especially noticeable. Both in when the lights went out. technique ana pureness of tone The question has been talked s,,e proved herself a violinist pro and con and thoroughly of unusual ability She played canvassed since the destruction Sarasate's "Spanish Dance" of the Electric Light Plant by j witl great deal of expression THE MASQUE BALL Given By The M. E. S. Club Was The Greatest Ever. lire. The business men are In terested In it, the owners of realestate are just as deeply i...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 February 1902

STORIES OF MCKINLEY As Told hy His Friend and Henchman. Marcus A. Hanna, the Boss of the Republican Party. In the second of his series f papers on "William McKinley As I Knew Him." published In the February number of the National. United States Sena tor Marcus A. Hanna relates the following interesting u ec- dotes of the life of the late presided I : There was something sublime in the way in Which he viewed bis defeat in the tarilT reform cyclone of IS92 I often dis cussed the situation with him and then talked of the "Mc Klnley bi I." 1 remember how his eyes sparkled when it was suggested that his bill was the sole cause of Republican de feat, ami how he deliberated a an air ot Ham McKinley, and the Ameri can tire side was a shrine ol worship with liiin. He wan never much inclined I believe, to take an active part in athletics, though his simple, normal habits of life kept him always in excellent Condition physically and men tally lie proved the enduring turdinesn f his frame by hi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 February 1902

V II r t COST OF FEEDING LIONS Philosophical Johnny Thinks a Lion Shouid be Kept a Year on Molasses. Little Johnny liad been gat ing thoughtfully t his book of animal pictures When lie BUd denly called out i 'Say. pa, does it coat much to feed a lion?" "Yes." "How much?" "Oli. a lot of money." "A wolf would' make a good meal for a lion, wouldn't it. pa?" 'Yes. 1 guess no. "And a fox would lie enough for the wolf, wouldn't It?" "Yes, yes " "And a fox could malte a meal off a hawk, eh, pa? ' "I suppose sip " "Ami the hawk would be satisfied with a Hparrow?" "Of course.'' "And a big spider would be a good meal wouldn't it THE SLEIGHING PARTY and each joi tie 1 in declaring it to be one of the most delight ful evenings ever spent. L . . , , L j Defeated In A Spelling Match At The .John Moss, of near Palmyra. 1 Stone School House. i was a business visitor in the! I City Thursday. Last Thursday night was an Dick Reynolds, of Paris, was ideal one for il ,ide- The In the cityThursday lookin...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 February 1902

SI As THE DEMOCRAT Ai th N; to th dc pr in bi c ct ar K hi si sc fe st P' tl ti w in ti w s C g tl T c li c v ti I a s c t f I 3 t ( i W, J. ROUSE, Editor. it. F. HIXSOK, Cltj Editor. IliRMS $1.00 PM YfcAK I nlcrert t I h pout OKtt t Monroe Oily, Mo. iri !i:' matter. ABOUT THE CHURCHS. f S. The Fifth Utterance. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. TELEPHONE NO. h. THURSDAY, FEB. 18. 1902 ANNOUNCEMENTS. TOR COLLECTOR. w(. nr.. Httthtirixcd hi Kiinounco IfATHAN 1'. liOtKiHKS a iieamli-tliiu- for Colltmtor of Monroe County! BUbJOCt to li,.' primary election. we ar, Milliorlxed in unnounse THOMAS J, VATRS us a candidate lor Collector of Monroe County, ub Jeat i' tin1 primary oloallon. We lire niilliofl.i'd to announce HI!. V. ir. H. ('IK)W a- n candidate forre election a- Collector of Monroi' County, s ibjvt to tin' primary elec Hod, March 211, IIKK8, I (IU Presiding Judge. We we authorlxed to announce JAS. s. A I.LK.V tu a candidate for Preiidlnu Itidife of Monroe ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 February 1902

OF EARLY BUYERS - t yr E have made a special effort this season and are now ready to show the most choice selections of this seasons productions. A most fortunate occurrence by which we procured large quantities of the snappiest patterns and choice selections of this seasons out-put at substantial discounts puts us in position to out do our own previous endeavors. We men tion a few of the smartest creations that are much in favor. X DRESS GOODS. ETAMENES IN HI K. & COLORS. CANVAS CLOTHS, GRENADINES, CHEVIOTS MANY NEW CREATIONS IN BLACK TEXTURES. fi. : m (r VI i r WASH FABRICS, 1 New Lace Stripes in all Colors and the Oainty Black and White, the most Chic of this Seasons Styles. Light Weight Piques, Mercerized Chambras, Linen Colored Batests in plain and fancy, Fancy Dotted Swisses. Ginghams in every weight, style, and Price. Our facilities for handling merchandise in large quantities and the value of patronage extended us are convincing testimonials that our prices are the lowes...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 February 1902

THl DEMOCRAT; HE HAD IT DOWN PAT. W. S. HOUSE, Editor. It. r'. BIX80N, City Editor. TEKMS $1.00 PliK YliAK fnlcrt-d at the post office at Monroe City, Mo. as "'m! - '.if matter. TELEPHONE NO. 14. THURSDAY. FEB. 18. 1902 Story f a Kansas Swede Who Stayed out l ate at Lodge. j A story is told of a Swede (jut in Kansas who stayed out late one ni'ht and at break last the next morning his good wife Hulda demanded an expla nation. "Where were you last night?" she asked in a before breakfast tone of voice. "Ve When LoVi with you! Was lie awai d reaming . . And wh.it that he h It Qreat light o'er was atrea nitii When Love had with you! And t bough rows a m in And less ol i he Lewi- L ar has been the truest of brother Ifoberi B. Lear. An explosion of gES in the Trastel butcher shop Chicago Thursdav night killed eleven people. The bodies were ter rib! v chn rred. rn. haf a special meet in of te lodge, , , , . , , . . , I brea kfasted sv iiuitiau, an vye var uar. yu bat yur hoot- " "What did y...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 February 1902

W c have, in stock a nice and complete line of Caskets, Robes and Fibers Can lurnlsll on very short notice anything required In thla line at moderate prices. Mrs. Nichols will assi-t in preparing the bodies of women and children The handsome funeral car will be furnished gratia to those who deal with us We can be found at the corner of Main and Bummer sis. Phone L7, or at the Davenport residence property, I block east of J. .J. Rogers, cor. 1st fc Davis sts CEO. M. NICHOLS & CO. CORRESPONDENTS. Newsy Items Complied for III hy our Country Correspondents.. nn ftB&fljr "ygftlPgPsg Rav0 " "7-vr. record. " I N W MaT I UpHBI BM Sk Iniill. upon thi HtrotiK f'iiiii;i- m fil mm W a gLVkmrntammm t; :, ,.f tii- i k MM offer for fall 1001 and spring 1002 surpasses in qual- mm a.f an i'v.'iou i1')'"1. r.,1 We PAY FREIGI?T,in!a.t.M-'Uf.. r- 'rival, pnarantoa cntir;; s'jti'Xmtloa. Ktauk i'liiiiT h-ok froe uin requi u wav ACM a h WT.KK and want more CTARK TTB rai Wtail uleraura. Outfit Mnt ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 February 1902

f t i Ice. Ice. Ice. nicest ice in this city. that I am putting" up the was ever packed I Need Money to Pay For it. ft you owe me bring the money quick. )j . W. STEPHENS, CORRESPONDENTS. ewsy Items Complied for us by our Country Correspondent!. Indian Creek. The Eucher party ifiven .it this place by the Ladies of the Banctunry Society last Friday eveninu was quite a social sue cess. Tile playing began at 9 and closed at 11:80 During that time there were fourteen games played, four people won eleven names, and drew for the prizes r.iinmv Searcy was the lucky one and drew the a sweeping lathe ' Monday night was l success. Geo Mays is the prouc of a baby girl born Feb. 4. Lenten Services consisting ; of the Way of the Cross, Ser mon and benediction, will com- i mence in St. Stephens church I Friday afternoon at two o'clock James Smith and daughter j Miss KfHe visited relatives in Victor Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Elbert Yates is able to j be out again One of the most beautiful ceremonie...

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