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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 August 1902

1 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14. 1902. NO 20 Don't Fall to Attend the Monroe City Fair Sept 25. A Good Time for Everybody STREET LIGHTS. Where They Will Be All Well Located Plenty of Light Soon Monroe City will be one of the best lighted cities in Missouri. There will be thirty two 2000 candle power Incan descent Arc lights on the Streets and have been so locat ed as to give light in all parts of the city. The committee which located the lights should be congratulated ou its good work. The lights are located at the street crossings as fol lows: Main and Court or Third Main and Winter or First Main and Summer Main and Lawn or Mill Davis and First Davis and Summer Davis and Cleveland Davis and Lawn Washington and Third Washington and First Washington and Dover Washington and Park East Monroe and Second East Monroe and Summer East Monroe and Cleveland Capelle and First Berkley and Second Berkley and Cleveland Vine and Charles Vine and Catherin...

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. — 14 August 1902

CHUCKY'S PIETY. By .John H. EUftorr. When ChucUy was seven he ' went to church for the lirst time. His previous attendance was not prompted by piety Ufl less the rev rence In which lie ' held HtJ mother might be -called a sort of vicarious piety. He had nude to church bee use she wished it and because she hoinetimes wept In fear that he was destined to be a '"trial" to her devout heart But now he I went gladly, almost eagerly,; anil her gentle face hone as it I I TT . lia'i nc i lor weens naving achieved short hair for the first time -nice babyhood, Chucky had an overmastering desire to show nunself. He yet wore the big lace collar and the low cut shoes which in his mother's wistful eyes served as flimsy but palpable barriers against the hardening influence of years Deep down in his re hell ions heart Chucky longed for the day when he might wear a sweater and long pants. He would have served as acolyte if they would only let him ap pear behind the altar rail in the. to him, glorifie...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 August 1902

Of mm HEAR-ST'S E 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 m 3i Morning or Evening (Without Sunday) One Year $3.00 Six Months. ...$. 50 One Month. 25c One Year $2.50 Six Months ....$1.25 One Month 25c ftf HANNIBAL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. .-"-s- Uta Scholarship SMO. No examination required to enter. IndlTlduul Instruo tlon. Wo assist oar pupils In securing positions. Vou can enter at any time. Write for particulars ; address, V. I.. KELLY, Prealtlont, Hannibal , Mo. A Thought For the Day. It is only necessary to grow old to become more indulgent. I see DO fault committed that I have not committed myself. Goethe. Weeds at Stoutsville. Weeds, weeds, big weeds no lit...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 August 1902

THE DEMOCRAT I IN THE WEST. vv. ,r. ROUSE, Editor. U. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TP. RMS $1.00 PGR YEAR ' nterert t the pol office l Monroe City, Mo. S SSOOSj60SM matter. Nil.lPHOM NO. THT'RS DAY. AUG, 14, lilOi it The lnt Congress chucked all the ifood bills into the waste basket. Vork for the interests of the masses. You can do this by working for the success of Democracy. Had the Republicans intend ed to do anything to control the trusts they would have done so before Congress adjourned. Every Democrat owes it to himself, his family, his party. his country to work hard for ; Democratic victory in Noven. ber. Democratic State headquar ter during tbia campaign will be on the fifth tloor of the Com mercial Building. Sixth and Olive Sir-.. St. Louis. Our Republican friends are always ready to help the peo ple when Congress is not in session, ibut while congress is, in j session the Republicans can be , depended upon to work for the interests of the few and against the interests of the m...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 August 1902

V I iiMtiIIMMmMMMMMWMifM 9 9 S M MA I i f f fi ft We are Showing New Fall $ Dress Goods fwaistii)s, Outirs, Carpets, J I NEW FALL bUUUS 1 f 8 i ' ? t y s t i. , Millinery at your at. S. Christians. own price Miss Vena Riddle is spending the week at Rensselaer. Mrs. Singleton and children are the guests of her daughter, Mrs. 0. B. Poage. The firms who advertise the bargains this year are the peo ple who are going to make money. J 13. Bristow, the machinist spent yesterday in Quincy. The water works question is being agitated in Shelbina. Big dance at Smith's Hall to night. C. A. Lawson was here Irom Ely yesterday morning. Mr. and ware spent bal. Mrs. T. Sunday M. in Boul-Hanni- f I 9 We invite an earlv inspection. L Gj Respectfully, I J. J. ROGERS. I Commencing Saturday S. Christian will sell for one week I remnants and short lengths at great bargains. ri Penny Pictures 1 X at a; Yl I Belle Johnson's Studio Alex Melson is a at J. J. Rogers store. polite clerk department M. A. Hornbac...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 August 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Kditor. K. F. H IX SON, City Editor. I CRMS $1.00 PKK YEAR 1 Merert at tlic pom office at MMfM City, Mo. a seeond-class matter. rELEPttONE NO. 14 THURSDAY, AUG 1 1. 1902. - DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, Gavon d. Burgess. LeRoy B. Valliant. James D. Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com missioners, J no. A. Knot t, Joseph P, Rice Superintendent of I' u b I i c Schools, Wm. T Cakhington. Congress - 2nd District. W. W. RUCKER. Representative, J. H. Whitecotton. Prosecuting Attorney. J. l. Boyd, Sheriff, J. M. BtTRTON.' Treasurer. Wm. Meteer, Circuit Clerk, J. H. Iln.i. County Clerk, .1. N. Magruder, Prnbate .1 iHge. R. L Woodson. Coroner. Dixon. Presiding1 Judge County Court. J. (J. Adams. Judge Western District. McGee. Judge Eastern District, H. J. Clapper. MONKOE S STATE SCHOOL MONEYS. Received during six year Republican rule ll.5B4.66 Average annual receipt! . 1,927.44 Received during six years Democratic rule ."17,507.14 Average annual receipts 8,251.10...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 August 1902

I i 1 ICE! ICE! "I I t STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality, Leave orders at the I x f I Barber Shop Under the Hotel h or Telephone 71 or 74. h V 1 11 K I K TREES nffar tnr full 1901 and Rnri Have a 77-YR. RECORD, built upon the strong founda tion of nualitv. Tho stock we offer for fail 1901 and eprine 1902 surpasses in qual ity the product m niV ronruT box and pack free, all previous years. . . w iruarantee Isafe ar rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. ni V r ACH each WEEK and want more CTMK ""?." We PAY tAbtl 8ale8men. Outfit sent FREE, glgjjp fggBBXKm 9 rv i t r i i ii i building raper ot all Kinds AT REES' LUMBER YARD. .rrugated carpet paper that will iast lor years and oni costs a little. I do not intend for any tiling to rot or rust in my lumber yard. I only say this that you may know that I will rot be undersold. Respectfully, 51 BID. El 33 a 8 i I C3 -J Why The Editor Kicks. I am a newsp...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 August 1902

Rensselaer. Mr. an J Mrs. John Ga Ha tier, of Belleville. III., and Tom Gallaher. of . Texas, are the guest of their pare. its. Dr. and Mrs. T. Gallaher. Rev. fieorg' Ayers. of Poplar Bluff, Mo., has joined his wife at the boarding house, where she has been for several weeks. Mrs. B B. Thornton and Mrs. Mabel Pergerson spent Monday in Hannibal. Capt I) B. West, who has been sick for some time we are glad to hear i improving. The young people enjoyed a plunge at Spalding ast Wed nesday. The M. I. C. met last week with Miss Latham. Their next meeting will wood. Match. A large crowd attended the "Woodmen Icecream supper iiere Saturday night. Rev. Father Sullivan of your city will read mass at St. Peters j Church Sunday. A grand old lime picnic will , take place near Shit I Saturday. Hon. .1. H. Whitecotton of Par Is, wMl address the people. Good music dancing and other amusements. fume on.- and all. A protracted meeting still continues at Aerial with new members. Robert Bird till linge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 August 1902

6 AaAx strisisc&t it E3J Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21. 1902. NO 2 Don't Fail to Attend the Monroe City Fair Sept 25, A Good Time for Everybody r ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers. Jno. L. Owen lias purchased 13 head of cattle of Union J. Davis. 12 head of Dol McAUis. ter and 1 of Dr. Terrill. William Shuck bought 10 head of sheep from Jno. L. Owen. James Tewell has sold his farm of 160 acres west of the city to Daniel Sullivan of Ma con City. J. P. Pons, of Jacksonville, Pla.. arrived in the city Thurs day to look after his farming interests just east of the city. William of Rensselaer informs us that he threshed 1700 bushels of wheat fom a 48 acre field- A portion of the wheat was so badly damaged that he did not thresh it. After feeding considerable wheat from a 24 acre field Bud Crawford threshed out 400 bushels of good quality grain. Z. Young says the statement that he sold a sucking mule colt to ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 August 1902

"TEACHER." By Mary Clarke Huntington. "Theie they are again,.) I've a mind tC go dut and horsewhip every mother's son of them!' But being a mild man, in spite of his aversion to juvenile rack et, be continued to stare moodl ly at the frolickers. -If a sen sihte man teacher had that school instead of some novei reading woman, those children wouldn't he running over every one's premises as they are now. I wish to goodness the com mittee had kept a man there. This woman hasn't an ounce of discipline. " One youngster caught sight of the proprietor of this de lightful backyard and grinned a derisive grin at the widow. "Tlier's old Murey!" he told his companions. "The little imps!" Horace Murey did not know how sav agely he si-owled. "Old Murey '." Even as he repeated the ob noxions epithet, everyone of the invaders broke into a ridic ulous dance, and with exagger ated bowings and grimacings began to chant: "Tiiere's old Murey Ueer old Murey ! Make a face and be'il snarl like fury!" There...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 August 1902

Of HEARST'S CMBCAG0 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 "TEACHER" Continued from 2dj ape. gain for school." a pupil outside Subscription Rates (Payable in Advance): Morning or Evening (Without Sunday) One Year $3.00 Six Months. ...Si. 50 One Month. 25c 1 Sunday Edition One Year $2.50 Six Months ....$1.25 One Month 25c If HANNIBAL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. Life Scholarship 840. No examination required to enter. Individual Instruc tion. We assist oar pupils In securing positions. You can enter at any time. Write for particulars ; address, V. I.. KELLY, President, Huniilhnl, Mo. Through frv.css BETWEEN The best bread in the city you will timl at M. B Girr.ers If your subscription to tht Democrat is not paid up, this i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 August 1902

l IN Your Wife's Husband Ami Loves to ride in those buggies and surriesof SULLIVAN'S. Your girls would like to ride too if you would give them a chance. See us before buying your harness. C. M. SULLIVAN THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROU8E, Editor. R. P. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $I,00PERYEAR ntfrert l tlie ioHt office at Monroe City, Mo. i as secoivl -clans matter. Apple Conditions- From 500 requests sent out Hon. L. A. Goodman, Secretary ol the State Horticulural soci ety, estimates that taking the State as a whole the apple crop can be placed at 35 per cent. The fruit is fine and j large and near y free from worms. A good crop in the i llanna's Revenge. Certain Ohio Republicans are represented as having set on foot a movement to nominate that gentlemanly ex-rireater, Senator Foraker. for vice pres ident. Roosevelt and Foraker that is the ticket they are talking. While the newsuaner irossio j east will keep prices from being ) about this cornbination makes it . .. l. I . 1 . rm a i vc.y.nn. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 August 1902

f f f 1 I r THEHOMEj We are prepared to help you make the home beautiful and comfortable with New Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, I Shades, Draperies, Upholster ing, Lace Curtains, Curtain Poles, Curtain Rods. A, X j t i ' '' ' i i The big trade we have built up in this department makes our facilities for buying a great help to our. customers. Respectfully, JNO. J. ROGERS. Muslin wear at big reductions Levy's. J. J. Nance came up Sunday from St. Louis to visit his family. R. E. Caldwell, of Higgins ville, is the guest of his son Bud Caldwell. State Fair at Sedalia this week. Shelbina is fixing up her parks. Dr. G. L. Turner spent part of the week in St. Louis. Postmaster Theo Burnett, of Joanna, was a business visitor in the city Saturday. S. J. Melsou will buy good fat horses at Melson's livery barn next Monday. Earl Caldwell came in Sun day from Denver, for a weeks visit with relatives. L. H. Collins, one of the nice young men of Shelbina spent Sunday in the city with friends. Albert Mon...

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. — 21 August 1902

THE DEMOCRAT w. J. housk, Editor. R. F. HIXSON. City Editor. TERMS $I,00PER YEAH Cntcred at the post office at Monroe Mty. as secoDd-class matter. Mo. TELEPHONE NO. A California preacher recent ly gave the following reason why sickness is sent: It is said that the eves of a linirare sn 1 don't want to be compelled j get -n ,)js ,ead th ,je cannot see upward, and that if seized Bring your eggs and butter to I Sharp & Donley and get the highest market price. THURSDAY. AUG. 21. 190S DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, Gavox d Burgess. LeRoy b. Valliant. Jambs d. Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com missioners, J no. A. Knott, Joseph P. Rice Superintendent of 1' ubli C Schools, Wm. T Oakbington. to tack on Interest, but if I have to send you a statement of your 0 or 12 months old ac count. I will have to add inter est in self defence.- 13. O.Wood. It is renarkable how eager the administration newspapers ate to accept Dewey's opinion el Aguloaldo and how reluctant they are to accept De...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 August 1902

1 ICEl ICE! f STEPHENS is the man who has ice for sale all the year round. He handles the best quality. Leave orders at the i Barber Shop Under the Hotel or Telephone 71 or 74. h CTAR am m wm mi r K TREES Have a 77-YR. RECORD. built upon tho Btrong founda tion of aualitv. The stock we offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in qual- Ity the product rkA V rcrirVT ox Pack free previous years. TTC rtl I IlIVIU I .guarantee I ; free upon requ LOUISIANA. MO. guarantee Isafo ar rival, cuarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book free upon request. U DAY TAQH ea?h WEEK anil want more VTARK ICSiSJfflJ IET T- ri v.-wj salesmen, uutut sent, free. jyjjRya Dansvllle, N. Y..ete of all previous ye Riiilrlinor Paiw of all Kinds $ Worth Reading From the stitution. Atlanta Con- SOME BRIGHT JEWELS I j A Generation Ag Coffee could only be bou in bulk. The aoth Cent way is the Lion Coffee way sealed packages, al ways correct in weight, clean, fresh, uniform and retaining its rich flavor. AT RE...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 August 1902

Coopervilie. Miss Cora Carrico will teach the fall and winter terms ot school at Cooper School. We wish her success. After a pleasant visit with the homefolks. Mrs. B. F. Hand ley and daughter. Annie Lee left for their home in Kansas City Saturday accompanied by her mother, Mrs. D C. Hand ley and Master Charley Mow ers of Monroe City. Mrs. Lou Col vert and Master Harry Wei ton spent a portion of last week with relatives in Ralls county. Cuarley Webb, of Bel I vi He, pint Sunday with one of the fair girls of Cooper vllle. Miss Minnie McKnight, of Monroe City, was the guest of her friend. Miss Mae Jackson last week. Mrs. John Obert is visiting Mrs. Ben Mollet. H. I. Lear and S P. Griffith attended the base ball (fame at Hunnewell Saturday. The directors are having the Cooper school house repaired and painted. Rev. A B. Book preached a farewell sermon at Sharpsburg Sunday. Indian Creek Rev. Father Cusack. having spent several days with the homefolk. returned to Alton. Thursday. Rev. Fa...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 September 1902

r Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1902. NO 23 ITEMS FROM FARMERS Gray f?8- Ifr"? : lot a year old steers Mike Mad- den 985.25. 22 head 14tli lot 2 i 'ear old s'eers Tip McGlintlC Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers. The Josh Jarman sale was a good one Everything except aged cows brought good prices. One to two months old calves brought 116.25, some aged bull calves brought $21 50, yearling steers $82.50, two year old heifers $86.25 and a span of mules $250. The C. Hoppell sale near Woodland was fair and the prices good. Col. W. T. Youell assisted in crying it. Cows brought $39 to $51. 2 ysar old yearling steers $40.12A. 1 year old steers $2. Mules and horses went high. The J. P. Pons tarm better known as the 8. J. Me I son place was sold by Mr. Pons to J. V. Fisher, of Vermillion, HI. We speak of this particular farm at greater length than others because of its history. Hon. S. J. Melson bought it of eastern parti s in 18S3 f...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 September 1902

BOB 1NGERSOLL He Writes A Letter From Hade Has A Good Job -Meets Many Old Friends. to join them before lont?. I have also shaken hands with Tom Paine and Volatire, and they seem to be very pleasant gentlemen. Said they had watched my career for some time and were expecting me 1 1 he following letter is sup -daily. Ben Franklin called on posed to have been written by me th U morning. He is wear the celebrated infidel. Bob In-ag hi.i hair short and has stop gersoll, soon after he register- j pej inventing stoves. He is ed at Hotel Sheol in die plu forming stock company for the tarchian region. He reports manufacture of ice. Jesse the climate of that section ex James is here heaving brimstone tremely hot. with the Stygian in the furnace and pumping fiver flowing on the outskirts, : thunder claps to see the resi where the inliabitanis often go ' dents jump at the report, to slake their thrist. Bob Ilk Qf couse the trust is down Solomon and Brigham met maiiy of his old i friends I it.r a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 September 1902

SOME BRIGHT JEWELS rTToi run co. itiiu. u. Qmttmn : I'm bfii i limine now far afss on tat aalnts tun I pftplt nu, Ind ni) ptcaiara U la spall tana, Bat m.lhlnkl I'vr frat Ibtlilaes; For I t nir k n kind tliiwnnrnlnr Tkt would not crew aalekly flint, 1ml I found ky nnkins Yfuus That 'twas ration's Sun I'r.iof raial." Why, I ikon and sieM noon it So'i to mike Ike (tint degrade, lad 1 nearly had a lua karit O'trthis stuff lint yeu have made. Wken I saw ray work qnlle iteleii Thm I culled on every Xalat; tint fliey, too, conld not affect it "Twasjnor "Patlon't SunTraaf Falat." Ind now, sirs, here's my arder: I'lfty i-1 1 lmi-. send to me. Or your kriifktejt rjolden color, ind plrasf semi Iff. O.D. Yon see the Snn needi palatini; And I wailful soinetlilnr noalnt ! So 1 tlioutrht I'd send nn order For your "Patton's Snn rrool Mat." Vonra truly, The Han in tke Snn. Soiifffnr nooli of Taint Knowl p1i;r ami AttftM - kTfajwi to I'ATTON I'AtM CO., Milwaukee. M l- Worth Rending From the stituti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 September 1902

ELY'S PRIVAT E HOSPITAL For Surgical Cases -AND- Chronic Diseases. Heated by Hot Waterriodern Sanitary Conveniences. Our ope rating and bed rooms are modern. Asepticism is obtained. We have baths, electricity, a microscopical and chemical labratory for analysis of urine, contents of stomach; and assisting in the diagnosis of diseases of thz skin, tumors, etc. We are prepared to make surgical cases a success. We do not Take Persons Having Contagious Diseases into our Hospital Department Office treatment receives our special attention. We endeavor to make Uils department a standard of excellency in accordance with tlie advancement of the times. Many females may jet relief from untold annoyance and suffering. We are niving this subject special attention. We treat Piles practacally without pain and without causing the patient to undergo the nrr'eal of a surgical operation. . e, without administering a general anaesthetic or confining the patient to the Hospital. We also treat fistula, f...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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