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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 July 1902

MAIL BOXES! w We are furnishing all the routes witnjnail ( boxes and if you want the proper box, one jjl thai is legal and approved by the govern ( ment call at our store. ! A. JAEGER, THE LEADER. Hinder twine at Walkers. Perd Wood spent Sunday with the homefolks at Lentner. N. H. McCallof Moberly was in the city with friends Sunday. E. L. Rees has added a fancy shed to his place to hold mould logi. E. S. Boulware was a business visitor in Plainville. 111., Sat urday. J. H.iMcClintic was a busi ness visitor in the Gem City Saturday. Hay rakes, Walkers, mowers etc., at If you need a wind mill or pump see. R. Manning Walk- KB. , Mrs. E. S. Boulware spent the first of the week with relatives at Canton. Judge C. P McCarty looking after his affairs in nibal Monday. Monday was Han- Isaac N. Stoutsville, brought to this market. Melson. of four lambs Highest prices are paid poultry and eggs, hides, etc. Balzkk & Dirigo's. for , at Mrs Puss Vowel I, of St. Joseph is spending the week in ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 July 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. KOUSK, Kdltor. R. F. hixson. city Editor. TBRMS $1,00 pea year Entered M the pott office at Monroe City, Mo. at second-class matter. fELCPHONE NO. U THUR8DAY. JULY 24. 1902. Dr. J, B. Corley, of Indian Creek, was a visitor in the Bluff City Thursday. Marie Hawkins and family spent Sunday at the old home with the homefolks near Warren. Miss Dnrty inichota left Fri day for a visit with relatives in Payson, III Mr. and Mrs. Luther Moss Spent Friday with friends in the Biuff City. Acme Food for sale at Hay den's Livery Barn. Every buck et guaranteed. J. E visitor of the Brown in Paris week. was business the latter part Rolla Marshall was a busi ness visitor in Kirksvill the lat ter part of last week. Miss Mamie Gib OS, of Hanni bal spent a portion of the week n the citv with friends James H. Grady left Thurs day for a trip through South west Missouri and Northwest Ark.i nsas. Fresh and Smoked meats o. all kinds at Baljser & Dirigo's They also want your poultry bid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 July 1902

I j ICE! ICEi j STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the 8 Barber Shop Under the Hotel ffi or Telephone 71 or 74. h " G&mm m ifnii sm Mtm tfu-sS) CTAR mm v wmm- K TREES Have a 77-YR. RECORD. built uuon tho strong founda- offor for fall 1901 and snrinir 1902 surpasses an uual- Hv the croduct m niv rnnruT box and pack free, of all previous years. TTC rrtl l liivit I .guarantee pate oi an previous years, itv v&.bvbh m .guarantee paio ui rival. guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. Uft DAV rACH each WEEKand want more CTApK louiSlANA, MO. We FAY LXbtt galesmen. Outfit sent free. glStf 5?"'," VJ?etc i BuilHi no Paner nf all Kinds 8 VI I Jl f. AT REES' LUMBER YARD rrugated carpet paper that will last tor years and oiiij costs a little. I do not intend for any thing to rot 43 or rust in my lumber yard. I only say this that you may know that I will not be undersold. Respectfully, -fcLi-l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 24 July 1902

v Huntinjrton. Mrs Ilobletz has returned T. P. Indian Creek. Flanagan and brief visit to her of Ponca City, Ok!a home after a son Mark. Mrs. M. E. Albright, of St. Louis, and son are having a pleasant visit at th" home of Mrs. W. B. Fahy. Some .few of Huntington folks are going to have a fish ing trip to Salt river, wonder if the bottom will dropout ot any of the boats? Ask little "Bill". W. B. Pahy and Mrs. A I family- ale visit- et with them. I'll print your advertisements and broadsides for nothing. Go ahead and you'll get back what you've lost." with emi- MONROE CITY FAIR And this was done nent success, the "hailstorm social" at Atlanta netting a surplus above the amount need- t i i it.. ItlK relatives anu menus on mm Creek. Miss Annie Carrico treated a few friends to a tine dinner Sunday. The ni'imlr nf Ktoutsville are mak.nirirreat preparations for ed for repairing the windowsof a big picnic at that place Aug. lith in he iriven for the benefit nf i hP new Catholic Church I pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 July 1902

4 I 7 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 31. 1902. NO 18 Don't Fail to Attend the Monroe City Fair Sept 25, A Good Time for Everybody ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers. For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers. Market Report. Cattle 3.00f- sfs(5.-)0 Hogs .tl6.00if7.2r) Sheep 3.005.00 Lambs 4.00(5.00 Spring Chickens 11c Hens 9c Turkeys 7c((f8c Ducks 06c Geese iUc Eggs 124c Shipments for week J. M. Proctor & Son 3 cars blue grass seed. Sharp it Gray 4 cars sheep, Barger & McClinlic 2 cars hogs. Kent & McCarty 3 cars of wheat. A. H. Green 1 car oats and 1 car of hay. Boul ware & Pinks 8 cars of piling. Total 22 cars. Win. Ehorst sold his 430 acre farm near West Hartford through the E S. Boulware & Co. Price and purchasers name private in this sale --Perry Enterprise. Ed Yanc.y, .of Hannibal re turned home Saturday after visiting relatives in this city. His friends here are always glad to have him with them. He has our thanks for the re newa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 July 1902

A Boy's Rifht to a Fling . By Jon K. QOFM. When a boy is compelled to pay full fare on t he street cars, lias been addressed as mister by a girl acquaintance, finds liis face rough with the down that in time will become heard, he lias lost boyhood's keen zest for play and hegius to think of the time when he may ffO to work. He is hibituated to the dis cipline of home and pays Obedi ence mere; but ll revolts against the discipline of school and lonir- for what he conceives to be t he liberty of a shop, a store or an omce. His notions of work are vague; he will do something, make a lot of money and then ill, the dreams of a boy ! Later the restr.u i.- at home become Irksome and his nature revolts against its compulsions. Wise physicians have often warned parents oi the dangers of this period. The spirit and ILa d 1. 1 i i i me ucsn cry aiouu ur cnange. even for change fr;in luxury to hardship, from love to abase ment, it is the period of run aways. The softly nurtured youth steals out...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 July 1902

HEAR.ST'S CHICAGO Morning Evening Sunday SOME BRIGHT JEWELS I Worth Reading From the Atlanta Con stitution, THE MORNING AMERICAN is the only Chicago Morning Paper issued for one cent if if if if if THE EVENING AMERICAN has the lat est news and the best editorials. It is also but one cent a copy if if THE SUNDAY ISSUE is five cents and is the most complete newspaper published in the world if if if 8 gaaaa mini mi Subscription Rates (Payable in Advance): Morning or Evening (Without Sunday) One Year S3. 00 Six Months.... $ 1. 5G One Month. 25c I rtt Sunday Edition One Year $2.50 Six Months ....$1.25 One Month 25c m mm OHANNiBAL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. Ufa Scholarship S40. No examination required to enter. Individual Instruc tion. Wo assist our pupils In securing positions. You can enter at any time Write for particulars ; address, P. L. K Ml.l.Y, President, n.-mnilml . Mo FAIR DEDICATION. To Be Held April 30. 1903, One year be fore Opening. The Great Saengerfest. World's Pair Grounds, St. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 July 1902

THE DEMOCRAT j i,,ill,ks hl u andaM w,o:ire p- posed to trust domination and w. J. ROUSE, Kditor. R. F. MIX SON, City Kditor. I l-HVIS $1.00 PF.K VfcAK are in favor of the rights of the plain people should not on ly vote the Democratic ticket in November hut should work for the success of the party on even occasion. t Dtered at the pot office lit MonfM ('ltj Mo IIOODd'Ctm mtUT. TELEPHONE INO. n The Democrat party can get la hit,' campaign fund if the trusts are given .'. mortgage on the party. It is better to have a small campaign fund, make a fair and honest fight for the rights of the masses and then for the Democratic candidates to be defeated than it would be DEMOCRATIC TICKET, for the party to be mortgaged to the trusts and win. Let us THURSDAY. JULY :;i. VM'2. For Supreme .Indies, ( lA VON D BCROESS. LeRoy B. Valmant. James d Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com missioners. JNO. A. Knott, Joseph p. Rice Superintendent of Public Schools, W.M T Cakrington. Congress 2nd District. W. w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 July 1902

f SPECIAL i JNO. J. ROGERS' i SALE f j f f CLEARING SUMMER GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS X I I It is impossible to quote prices but we propose making this the greatest sale in the history of our house. This sale will in clude summer dress stuffs, shirt waists, slippers, men's and boys' shirts and shirt waists, half hose, straw hats, short lengths of all kinds, men's and boys' suits and single pants and ladies' millinery and summer goods at half price and less. i j i i j Cut the weeds. W. L. Raid spent Sunday with his interesting family. Fruit jars, tin ans and jelly glasses at. -Willi amso'ns If you need a wind mill or pump see. R. Manning Walk er. John Cox and family went with the Press Association to Colorado The Court of Honor will serve ice crea-n. calte etc.. at the V) park Monday evening Aug. 4. Misses Grace ami Bessie Sharn returned Saturday from a visit with relatives at Palmy ra. Mrs. Theo Gardner came (down from Brookfield Sunday to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L Lyon. Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 July 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. P. HIXSON, City Editor. County court next Monday. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal. Mo. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAK Intcrcd at the post ofln e at Moi rec City, as second-class matter. Mo. rcirPHONP. no. u THURSDAY. JULY 81, 1902. Jolin iolen was Lit Gran ire Thursday here from Mesdame Wm. Caldwell and E. C. Smith, of Monroe City, visited here Tuesday .Graphic. Miss Edna McCllntiC return ed to her home at Hannibal af ter ;i pleasant visit with rela tives here. When you are convinced that tin ltest If tin- Cheapen, you will buy MAPLE CITY 8BLFAVASH1NCJ SOAP. Miss Davie for a visit Jacksonville, Winchester, Bbey left Friday with relatives in Elkhart and Mrs. and Mrs. Maddux, of Monroe City, were the pleasant quests il C. T. Brown and family Wednesday. Graphic. You want money, we want butter and eggs and pay th highest price for them. Sharp A Donley. Mrs. Henry Holmes, of Mon roe City, and Mrs. P, B.trr, of Enid. Oklahoma, were the guests ol i e l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 July 1902

ICE! ICE! ! I I I I i i $ Barber Shop Under the Hotel or Telephone 71 or 74. h a: STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the CTAR K TREES . ' ofTor for full 1901 and bi,i We PAY CASH Rove a 77-VR. RECORD, built upon tho strong founna flr.n nf aiiaIRv. Tin Bt.(tck wa und Mirimr 1002 SUrnaSHCS in qual ity tho product DAY FRFIfHT t,ox and pa(:k fro0' lit. n u m . r r Li't ts uti ai - Jstauk rRoIT JinoK lroo uiioti requbeh l nf nil iim a mil i vt'rm rival, guarantoo entire satisfaction. i. M'l't'l ... I . . .. i ......... frinlf LOUISIANA. MO. ' . i 1 ii n i.ii ii 'i''i w .in i. , . qmi. - - - taimmea. Outfit mint FKEE. O5 iiwuiiy. Y..'etc f Building Paper of all Kind ? TRUSTS THE ISSUE. The Democrats Have Decided For Fail Campaign. the AT REES' CUMBER YARD- nutated carpel paper thai will last tor years and on i costs a little. I do not intend for any thing to rot or rust in my lumber yard. 1 only say tins tiiat you mav ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 31 July 1902

i I Saturday, August 2, i III i MM it a STOCK SALE m ; V : 9 AT 2:30 P. M. inn n ? 85 Head of Good Cattle. ? i I 1 CONSISTING OF I LOAD GOOD FEEDERS, 65 HEAD GOOD I AND 2 M AR OLD STLERS. WILL BE SOLD IN CAR LOTS. E S, BOULWARE W. T. YOUELL, Auctioneer. i i a h.tv sustained verv Rensselaer. Harry Kicks fell from rake Frida v and painful injuries. Mi Buchanan of New Lon don is vitdtinif the Missei Glasscock at this place. Dr. Gal latter Hlleu his regu i lar appintment at Philadelphia Sunday Min i in,r and evening services at 'the Christian Church Sun : day were conducted by Rev. j Hitch of Canton. Miss Gertrude Muldrow re turned Saturday from a visit with Hannibal friends The open meeting ol the ladies" missionary, which was to rave been held on Sunday afternoon has been postpoued until next Sunday A jolly party from this neigh borhood enjoyed a plunge at Spalding last Friday. Marion McParland is quite sick. B B. Thornton of St. Louis lAtnaJ hie wifj rinrl rlnldren Sunday at the home...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 August 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7. 1902. NO 19 Don't Fail to Attend the Monroe City Fair Sept. 2'5, A Good Time for Everybody ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. Ellison, ot Shelby ville, was in in the city yesterday enroute to Madison. Presbyteuian. There will be no preaching services at the church Sunday morning. Sunday School at 9:45. Rev. W. R. Anderson will preach Sunday morning at 11 and in the afternoon at 4 o'clock at Andrew Chapel. The Ladies of the Mission ary society of the Presbyterian church will serve ices in the park Monday evening Aug. 11. Ices or ice cream 10c a dish. Methodist. The Fourth Quarterly Meet ing will be held on Sunday next Rev. E. K. Miller D. D. will preach at 11 o'clock. The Con ference will be held on Monday. The Ladies of the Church are arranging to have a rummage sal in the Pall and ask all their friends to bear this in mind. The Methodist have added much to theapp...

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

mm A Legend of the Colorado. Out in 1 1)1 t magnificent coun trv tbmuirli which Hows the fljnkniln it.-.- ....... ........ ., 1 II I'l'- win luv " 111 dlan ch iff of such Imputing tnien. such great strength, such marvelous bravery. lh.it his own ami neighboring tribes at tributed to him superhuman powers His sou. Rainbow, In-1 heritt'd much of his lather's1 manly beauty and courage and when the lather became too old to lead in war he summon eit his people and representa tive oi ih' neigboring triben to witness 1 1 e ceremony ol his an dicaiiui i.i favor of the younger I man WheU fill Wei e assembled Bunfafr, the father, addressed i hit so.,, admonishing him to rule wisely, then counseled the visiting chiefs to keep the peace ending by placing in the young man's hand a spear which the old chief had carried for many years. One of t lie chiefs present had brought his daughter. Singing Water, to witnessthe ceremony. Rainbow saw her and loved her. Singing Water saw the young chief and lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 August 1902

HEAR.STS CHICAGO MiRl&Cillfl Morning Evening Sunday THE MORNING AMERICAN is the only Chicago Morning Paper issued for one cent if if if if if THE EVENING AMERICAN has the lat est news and the best editorials. It is also but one cent a copy if if THE SUNDAY ISSUE is five cents and is the most complete newspaper published in the world if if if Subscription Rates (Payable in Advance): Sunday Edition 8. Morning or Evening (Without Sunday) One Year $3.00 Six Months ....$1.50 One Month. 25c One Year $2.50 Six Months ....$1.25 One Month 25c HE WAS UNBELIEVING. Storekeeper Refused to Credit Tale of a Fisherman. 'The only surprising tiling about the catching of that j pike." said Squire Bundy, Sage of the French Creek Dead Waters, "was th aggravating unreasonableness of Tom Ag new, who keeps; store over yonder in the village, and weighed the pike My family had got tish hungry and said there must breakfast next morning. So I picked up jumped in my boat and started out to get the bass. "Do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 August 1902

THE DEMOCRAT w. J. ROUSE, Editor. 11. F. HIXSON, City Kdltor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR ntered at the pott office tt Mnnroe City, Mo. an nevonl-cluis tnatter. rniPHOM no. THURSDAY. AUG 14 HtOi Every D be pol leii nwcral ote should m November. Remove the trust m ule or (roods. t;m:T from all trust controlled recent Republican resolutions be correct, all the Republican members just went along eitlier knowingly connivingat a "loot ing of the School Fund," or idiotically voting away the proceeds of the interest tax, while no editor, no platform natter, i o lusurpar of party management, interposed an ob jection. Who started this issue? Who made tl.i- great discovery of unconstitutionality the most astonishing discovery of man kind since Copernicus, Galllleo an. I Newton y Come forth and be placed upon a pedestal! Jos. T. Tatum, Republican, on our school certificates. back Democracy nt and tor rights to all and special leges to none. equal pri vi lli every school .listrict in Missouri there sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 August 1902

f I f SEE! NEW FALL GOODS BEING RECEIVED THIS WEEK G. K Den bo. of Brookrield was here Monday. W. L. Reid spent Sunday in t his ci ty with bis tamily. P. H. Las ley was in Brook field on business the first of the week. Dame Rumor is whispering about several weddings in the near future. 1 V W. G. WILLIAMSON. Hon. R. S. McClintic spent Monday in New London. The city editor is at work again after a "mi days illness. A. A. P. Walden spent Sun day with his family in this city. If you need a wind mill or pump see. R. Manning Walk er. Miss Mable McMasters has been visiting Shelbyville friends. Mrs. L. A. Kelley and chil dren are visiting friends at Olarksvllle, Mo. Mrs. Venia O'Farrell, of Han nibal, is the guest of her friend, Mrs. Mollie Mudd. The P. E. O's will -meet with Mrs. Mattie Johnson at 2:'10 Saturday afternoon. Schoetten Bread, The whit est, th lightest, the most nutritious, at M. B. Garners. Charles H. Smith and wife, of Quincy, spent part of the week with Monroe relatives. Mr...

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

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Kditor. TERMS $1,00 PER YEAR entered at the post office at Monroe City, Mo. as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. THURSDAY. AUG. 1902. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, Gavon I). Burgess. LeRoy TC. Valliant. Jambs D. Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com missioners, Jno. a. Knott, Joseph P Rick Superintendent of P llbll C Schools, w.m. T Oarkinoton. Congress - 2nd District. W. W. Ruckek. Representative. J. H. Whitecotton. ProteCUtillK Attorney. J. P. Boyd Bberiff, .J. M. Burton, Treasurer. Wm. Meteer. Circuit Clerk. J. H. U.. County Clerk, J. N. Maoruoer. Probate .I ulge. R. L, Woodson. Coroner. Dixon. Presiding . J udge County Court. J. G. Adams. Judge W stern District. McGee. Judge Eastern District, H. J. Clapper. Picnic season is here. Probate Court at Paris next week. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. Make war on the weeds, all of them on your place. Mrs. Eliza J. Little of near Center is very sick with re raittan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 August 1902

f f f f ICE! ICETf STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the X i i i f Barber Shop Under tho.Hotel j or Telephone 71 or 74. h CTAR mil a ' K TREES offer for fall 1901 and si.ri Have a 77-YR. RECORD. built upon the strong founda tion of Quality. Tho stock we offer for fail 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qual ity tho product ha v FITI7ISftJT box and pack free, of all previous years. YtC I lL.IV7llH , guarantee bale ar rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Frimt Book free noon request. nAV rtCU each WlihHandwant more VlAHn A I fii ' ai. We PAY CAbH Baie,men. Outfit sent FREB-QSgrilerv'-etc Ri lilrlincr Paiw of all Kind?; 8 n AT REES' LUMBER YARD- U rrugated carpet paper that will .ast tor years and j) nn.v costs a tutie. i n nnt intend nr anu minor rn rnr or rust in my lumber yard. I only say this tiiat you may know that I will ot be undersold. Respectfully, IE 3D. Xj 4 C3 -J f J BOYS! IfLARGE I i OR SMALL You...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 August 1902

V A DISGRACEFUL SCENE A Palmyra Tough Raises Sheol at a Base Ball Game. Much n do .ibout nothing. The Palmyra iwlrlen were to have crossed luits willi the Monroe bov Sunday ;ifternoon and to that end the nine and about twenty rooters went down The yaffle progressed nicely DUOtll the eighth inning when the Palmyra te.im was one tally in the lead, when one Harry Burgerdorff. He saw the drilt of the game, his craven pride and heart said: - D in it. It is a row or the home team Is defeated," and lie started in for a rough house. Then in honor to the players lt it be said he was not one of them. It was lit for t it. the row began with two Monroe boys on bases and they came in. Losson as to first and during the trouble came home. That made the score, finder ball rules. 15 to 18 in favor of Monroe. Then the tight was on, inaugurated by Burgerdorff, with from iio to 40 men in it. John Wood and J. B. Anderson, in attempting to separate lhe.;combatants. were slugged with heavy masks and then ...

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