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

The preUiest tlanneletts and outings at Williamson's J. G Stabal, of Bloomington, III., is looking after his real estale business. New walking skirts received this week at Williamson's. Homer Hickman, ot Hunnr well, was a visitor in the ritv J Tuesday. Underwear and hosiery cheap- er at Williamson's than any place in town. Joe A O.inno'lv. the boss ci- gar man of the Uluff Citv was, In the City with ttiends yestes day. Mrs. W. S. Wilson spent a portion last week with rela tives in Palmyra. The P. E. O's. will meet with Mrs. Root. Meriwether at 2:80 p. m next Saturday. Al Montgomery is at home once more for a visit. Al al ways receives a cordial wel come from his friends. j Spalding and Hickman Oilp, ' ped two-thorough b 1 houviU (Saturday to L. V. Campbell. ! R. I. The new waistings and dress ) fl Mrs- ?' Wine is .pending . " I the week in Quincv with her eroods at Williamson's are the prettiest in town. See them before you buy. Photographs x at x Belle Johnson's Studio Daniel Reard...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 October 1902

Railroad Time Tables. Iffil lurllngtun Route. ill Train Dally Kmmpt at Othrrwif Katrd. Except Sunday. Train No. I MONROE CITY TRAIN SERVICE. Arrive. I I 41. . M. . 8 . . . Kl. 92. OOINO WEST. For Kansas City, St. Joseph Omaha Nebraska, Colorado, Pacific Coast, from St. Louis and Hannibal , The Burlington-Northern Pacific Express for Northwest Nebraska, alack Hills, Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Puget Sound, Port land from 8t, Louis For Kansas City, St Joe, Kansas and west from Chicago' an'd Quincy Local Passenger to Missouri River and west, from east : Nebraska, Colorado Kxpress. to St -Joseph and west from the eaat. Way Freight QOINO EAST. To Hannibal, St. Louis and east from west '' 1 ( 1 1 1 1 ti ..." rhinaan Panrla an. .. a a U f 1 r I. V- ... ' ..... j , .. ..... k. 'i w in .-'.. V. ,a u b. i . , IV . o H . I Local Passenger for Hannibal and St. Louis i iirttl PdnuanvDprnr Onlnav I ,,, .p i I !. i at I V ft kT w .......... .... . ..................... ,.N,r, . . . . , . a 11 . ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 October 1902

0; J Building Paper of all Kinds n AT RtiES' LUMBER YARD. rrugated carpet paper that will ,ast tor years and inn co-is a Mule. I do not intend for any thing to rot rfK or rust in mv 'umber yard. I only say this that you Yi may know thai 1 will not be undersold, ff Respectfully, IE ID. Xj. EBBS. CTAR m a K TRIES P offer for fii.ll 1901 and Bi.ri Have a 77-Yw. ntCORD. built upon tho HtfOflg founda tion of aualitv. Tho stoeV rvo offor for fall 1901 and Bi.ring 1902 surpasses in QUOl ity tho product n niv mrarC.,,T box and pack free, of all previous vaars. TTC rl I I4,ILHJS;i I , guarantee teaf ar rival, guarantee cntiro satisfaction We PAY CASH Stark Fruit Book froo upon request. each Wl'.EK and want more CTAtfK ''nsim. MO. v'sRO- baohville, N. Y..'etc salesmen. Outfit aent freb.4 iThe Best Corn. I g Have You Got It? ?f For the biggest and best 6 ears of white x ?t corn brought to this office we will send x the DEMOCRAT one year. Will also send x x J . X the DEMOCRAT for the six bigges...

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

A Pastoral Talk On the Ritual To the Church. Do we really want our church to he .1 urand succes? this year in this city? All who do, please stand, a moment. Almost all the con grepation rose to their feet. You say (and I have no right to doubt what you have said and emphasized by standing) thi. t you want Ur M. B. Church South to be a glorious succes in tlilfl city this year. Then you would love for your pactor to tell you how to makt our beloved church this year in this city a glorious success, no dot bi I will try and tell you plain ly, truly, lovingly, yet with all the emphasis 1 can put upon it. 1 The first thing, and the one thing absolutely essential, is for us each to have and Keep our own heart right with God. We must have and maintain perfect, free frank and known peace and communion with our Divine Lord through the Holy Gh"si if we would have success. 'J. We are to -'have peace amonu ourselves" be cf. one mind, one accord, one spirit and all speak the same things. But we c...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 October 1902

Vis Monroe City Democrat VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1902. NO 29 ABOUTTHE churcks. Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. K. Gil! is preparing for a bicycle tour of the British Isles next summer and intends to write a series of articles to the press of tins country giving his impressions oi the people, country etc. It is possible that Jamie Proctor of this city may accompany him. Beginning Sunday, the churches of this city will be gin their evening service at 7 o'clock instead of 7:30 as dur ing the summer. Rev. P. G. Rogers, of Heath er, has been visiting friends in the city. Rev. A. B. Book has closed his protracted meeting at Ye; ger school house. The result was 17 additions to DeMoss Chapel. The Christian Church at Per ry was struck by liglitning Sun day and burned to the ground. Rev. Trower began a pro tracted meeting at Oakland Sunday. R. A. Jones, of New London, has been called by the liaplisl church of this place and will ente...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 October 1902

? A Woman's Wish. the strikers who struck so Would I were lying in a field of frivolously got tired first. clover,- I The mining district of Dale-; Of clover cool and soft, and ston, Ohio, was once the scene soft and sweet, ! of a strike almost without a I With dusky clouds ondeep skies ! parallel in the records of indns hanging over, Anil scented silence at head and feet. my Just for ne hour to slip the leash of worry, I 1 en ger haste, frorc. thought's impatient neck, Anrl am toll it coursing, In its lned les hurry I) -i miing wisdom's call or dii' 'l bee It ! All! il re sweet, where clover clumps are meeting A ' . lisies, hiding, so to hide ;i nil rest . No sound except my own heart's steady beating, Rocking itself to sleep within my hreast ; .Just to lie there, With the deep er breathing, That comes of listening to a wild bird's song! Our souls require at times this full unsheathing All swords will rust if scab bard-kept too long. And I am tired so tired of rig -Id duty, s j tir...

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

I tiit j Tir- a n 1902 t HH H W NHHs X U1X U11U II 1UIUJL MUUMUII. S1903 t Werner the tailor has on hand the nicest line of piece goods, foreign and domestic ever shown in this city. He Will Make You a Suit That Will Give Satisfaction in Every Way, JSC JSC Bring in your old clothes and have them cleaned and pressed. We will make them look almost as good as new I am agent for one of me. best special order houses in Chicago If you must have a suit of that kind come in and leave your orders I will guarantee satisfaction. Werner The Tailor, Boys Watch. To the boys who wish to take advantage of the DEMOCRAT of fer to give litem a (food service- j able watch if they secure eight (8) new subscribers or to get old j subscribers to pay up and one I year in advance, which will he the equivalent, we wish to say: Whatever you intend to do Ought to be done at once, for Other pi opnsit ions will belaid before the people very shortly. It would take a days time, pos- sibly two days, so if you want ...

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

THE DEM0CRA1 '. ROUSE, Kdltor. . IIIXSOX. I ity K.litor $1,00 h is nlwayt just before an 1 election thai our Republican friends talk nbout curbing the trusts. Alter the election is over nothing is done that will in the lentil keep I e trusts Irom unjustly getting the hard earned money of the farmers am I tlboritlir man. i PER vn ill rELEPHOMi NO. THURSDA V Monro Cltjr, i. . lUltlT. II DCIOCKATiC T!CKi:T. I '( r Supreme .1 udges, '. I, ,'.uy M : .1.1 ant. Iambs i Fox. A Popular Man. Lieutenant CJov. John A I ,e was appointed by the State Democratic Committee to make a after ch in title city on the is sues of the da v. He was Itei e and made the issue so pi. tin X that any one could see wh.it (J Democracy stands for. him tM , ..if DemocraticSpeaking .1 uoee una win com inu( State Usuefl wii it our tie put hive done in Missouri. wii.it they want todo and compared W with (in- Democrats record n fri He also loitl 6 ibliCaM ll iellds n m: i... l Rail i 1 and War niissii i Jno a. r .Joseph...

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

See the dogs Saturday, J Our plete. A t. schedu litii! (if notions, is coin Levy's, i rcnpse 'I foi to u IIIOUll IH I: now furnishing A' i hi irfte coa I. o (lie Arlia m Olden go G i ii Ark;i ..sas. V. c V; nOiahn and .1. Gi'sim) iMfiii t ! first of week in Chicago, H. 0. Scheets, til Palmyra was looking after his real en tatf interests in I he city Fri day. Busby Brothers high r'ass one i" i 11c shows will i;ive two performances in this city Sat u id a v. Vou are next" at Stream. Attend tire political 'meet ings. j John Demaree and Earl Held spent Sunday in Quincv with friends, I' IV Sullivan, the real estate in:' n, was a visitor in Macon Sunday Mrs .! V Max were Tuesday. Evans and Muster Hannibal v'sifrn .1 .1. Fitspatrick i ) Rossel spent Sundti . 1, :i 0111 s at Perrv. T WLDOUGLAS 1 Emmet Hallock, typo uii the Herald, spent Snndav in the city with the homefolks. w Mrs. 1). 11. Stevens left Mn teri are showing about 80 pat "I all wool dress goods at liiWiT.swi:?. MADE j Take a h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 October 1902

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Kditor. U. F. HIXSON, City Editor. For flower plan's go to J. G. Edwards green house South east corner Monroe City. TERMS $1,00 PER YEAR Entered at the pout office at Monroe City, as second-class matter. Mo For Sale Rills, Dodgers etc. go to the 1)1 MOCK r OFFICE and for a Jim Dandy Auctioneer see Col. W. T. Vouell. TELEPHONE NO. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosen, ot St. Louis, spent Sunday in this city with 14 1 aunt, Mrs A. K THURSDAY. OCT. 16, 1902, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, Gavon D Burgess. LbRoy B. Valliant. James D. Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com niissioners. JNO. A. Knott, Joseph P. Rick Superintendent of Public Schools, Ym. t Carrington. Should be Removed. Baltimore American, Rep. Secretary Shaw decides that, jin the absenceof the direct pro hibition, he may abolish the reserve clause as it applies to government deposits. No sooner thought than done done ille gally, done by tiding rough sliod over the acts of concresa Mrs. Rosen s jdone in such...

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

I Building Paper of all Kinds f 1 AT Rs-ES' LUMBER YARD rrugated cut pet paper that wili .ast -tor years and in. cota a lit tic. I do not intend for any thing to rot or rust in mv lumber yard. 1 only say this that you may know lll.it L will ot be undersold. Respectfully, J ZED 3D. Hi. REBS. Have a 77-.... r"C0RD. built upon tho : trong fonrja tion of oualitv. Tho BtocV o P offer for fail 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses In q :.Zt- Itv tho product niV ntnL'T box and pacK lree, of all previous years. each WEEK and want more salesmen. Outfit sent free. K TREES We PAY FREIGHT .guarantee afe ar We PAY CASH CTAR 3aa H U aw " rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit BomftMVM ronuwt. ,5 nunmiiiv, hibi iThe Best Corn. Have You Got It? 5; For the biggest and best 6 ears of white ; n corn brought to this office we will send ?l the DEMOCRAT one year. Will also send K lal the DEMOCRAT for the six biggest and best g ff ears of yellow corn. H Mini WillMwarM Satrtay iTBier 29 1 G. M. Nichols...

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

Mr I at uer home par. 1 1 '. am Indian Creek. died Monday I in Clapper, was buried at this place Tui sday afternoon, Rev. Lyons conducting tlie fu ller, i I ner vices. James Smitli made a business trip to Pari Monday. Little Charley Tul Icy who had lit limn broken Inn run-away la-t week h iffttintf alonjf nice ly under I h c ire of Dr?. Dysart and IM! The Court ol regular neetin nigbt and members. nd they all an fruit: Monn jolly ti ne. J. P. McLeod is in from In dian Territory on a fe days visit with relatives and friends. On account of the rain Sun day morning only a few attend ed servii es here. Tli. is Christian. Miss Teresa Baumgarl and I- iren Yates went t.. St Louis to the fair Tuesday of lasl week. The boys came back Saturday but Teresa will stay until Wednes day visiting Iter brother who resides t here P. W Flanagan and wife went to Oak wood Tuesday to vist her sister. Mrs. Ryan. Coopcrville. riiee will be an ice cream of supper at I lie home of D. VV. Tompkins Thursday nig...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 October 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1902. NO 30 ITEMS FROM FARMERS 01 Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers Col. W. T. Youell reports the J. B. McClintic sale as -'the best ever." To begin with, he had first class stock and it drew a big crowd. Two year old horses brought from if 120 to $130 per head. 3 year old's still higher. Sows and pigs $40 to $42. Calves $29.50. Two year old heifers $49. Milch cows from $IJ5 to 45. Two year old steers $45.75. Evejy thing at the M. Land ers sale Thursday brought good prices. Two year old fflleys $137; 3 year old filleys $154; 2 year old horses $136; cows from $30 to 39. J. L. Owen shipped in from Kansas City a car load of butcher stuff. Dan S. Sharp has shipped in two car loads of sheep from Kansas City. Do you keep bees? J. A Bethea had four stands last spring. He now has eight stands and 40 dollars repre senting honey sold. J. A. Bethea has sold 23 head of fine hogs to Barger and Mc Clintic. Jos...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 October 1902

Confessions of a Reformed Fox Hunter By Krnnoin J. Hn;aii. It has been some years since I inflicted my opinion lip n t tie long suffering public through the med ium c f the press. Notlr lag Could IndllCa ine now break into print hut an unconquerable love of fair play. I have watch ed the wordy warfare waged betweeti Mr. Kinney ami the southern lox hunter unili mv. conscience wil I no longer per mit me in remain silent. 1 feel like the outsider who sees the cards in Hie olaver s hands and sits silent while the lambs ' county. are fleece. I. I know the wJmie South is Mr Kinney , but it i ki.led witn injections of dog ivory. For twenty years the Southern hound has been after the England fox. My last ad vices were lint lie was still af ter a long ways after. There' mas' have been foxes caught in New England, but I am afraid they re like the gri zzly bear that i lie Rock Mountain hunter -ingle handed slew by choking it to death. The grizzly was a young one. Ten or lifteen years ago when ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 October 1902

S1902 WMHMHMHM I t W t 1 1 llfinAM H n am Avt ruu am nmi mm. i,93 i Werner the tailor has on hand the nicest line of piece goods, foreign and domestic ever shown in this tity. He Will 'Make You a Suit That Will Give Satisfaction in Every Way, JSC 2 Bring in your old clothes and have them cleaned and pressed. We will make them look almost as good as new lam agent for one of the. best special order houses in Chicago If you must have a suit of that kind come in and leave your orders I will guarantee satisfaction. Werner The Tailor, A MAN DIED FOR LOVE. Missouri Official Ends His Own Liie. Payette, Mo., Oct. 20. Reuben Long, Jr., deputy cir cuit clerk and recorder. of How ard county, who shot himself in the right breast in the court house in this city, died Satur day night, at Hotel Howard, where he was removed after the shooting. Since his death let ters have been produced that show he shot himself because of unrequited love. The object of his affections is a estimable young lady, whos...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 October 1902

r THE DEMOCRAT W. J. HOUSK, Editor. n. t. HIXSON, City Bditor. TEH MS $1.00 PER YEAH filtered the post office nt Mnnroo City, Mo. i second-class mutter. FELEPHONt NO. M THURSDAY. OCT. 28, 1902 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, OAVON D. BCRQBSB, LsRoy B, Vaixiant. Jambs D. Fox. Railroad ami Warehouse Com hnlssiooers, J no. A. Knott. Joseph P. Rick. Superintendent of Public Schools, Wm. T Garrington. Congress 2nd District, W. W. RUCKER. Representative, J. H. WlIITI.COTTON. Prosecuting Attorney. .1. P. Boyd. Sheriff. .1. M. Burton. Treasurer. Wm Metebr. Circuit Clerk. .. H. Bill. County Clerk. .. N. Magrudeb Probate J udge. l. L Woodson. Comner, Dixon. Presiding Judge County Court, J. G. Adams. Judge "Western District. McGkl:. Judge Eastern District. H. J. Clapper. KONBOE'S state SCHOOL Moxr.YS. Reoelvod during six years Republican rule 11.564.66 Average annual receipts i,(.2".44 Reaeived during sit yeare Democratic rule :i7,r07.i4 Average annual receipts 6,261.19 Reoelved for 190...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 October 1902

f Which Would You Take? Clothing that is as good as a government bond or clothing that resenv bles a lottery ticket, might be good but more likely worthless? The cloth' ing we sell is right up to standard. You can bank on it, and the wear you get out of a suit or over-' at Rogers' will make you come here reg Tay it once and see. and child" Try Strean for a shave. Hear Gov. Bob Taylor at Paris opera house Wednesday evening. E. P. Melson, of Sf. Louis, was with relatives In the city yesterday. coat bought ularly. No quertion about this. We have just gotten in a new lot of boys' ren's strictly up'to'date overcoats and men's trousers J. I ROGERS, J A. C. Ely of Knox Co., is the guest of relatives In and near this city. Lap and Jonn Strode, of near New London, were visitors in the city Tuesday. Pour canidates were elected for membership in the Married Men's League, Tuesday night. P. Pugh, of Sullivan, lnd., has teen the guest of his friends. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wine. Dr. Horn back, Oculia...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 October 1902

THE DEMOCRAT SOME BRIGHT JEWELS W. .(. HOUSE, Kditor. It. P. HIXSON, City Editor. Worth Reading from Ihe Atlanta Con stitution. TKRMS $1.00 PGR YEAH Cntcred at the pant office at Monroe City, as second-class matter. Mo. TELEPHONE NO. U THURSDAY. OCT. 28, VJ02 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Supreme Judges, 6a von D. Burgess. LeRoy B. Va i.li ant. James D. Fox. Railroad and Warehouse Com- Jmissioners, Jno. A. Knott, Joseph P. Rice. Superintendent of Public Schools, Wm. T Carkington. Congress 2nd District. W. W. Rucker. Representative. J. H. Whitecotton. Prosecuting Attorney. J. P. Boyd. Sheriff, J. M. Burton. Treasurer, Wm Meteer. Circuit Cleric. .1. H. Hill County Clerk. J. N. Magrudeu Probate Judge. R. L Woodson. Coroner, Dixon. Presiding Judge County Court. J. G. Adams. Judge Wt stern District. McGek. Judge Eastern District. H. J. Clapper. Regarding I a. vers. Many unkind things are said and printed about members of the legal profession, only a few ot which are observed. I "Billy' Saunders...

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

V Riiilrlinor Panfir of all Kinds S AT RS LUMBER YARD. nutated npet paper that wit. ast tor years and n,i, cOKlfl n little. I do not intend tor any thing to rot or rust in mv umber yard. 1 only say this that you may know that I will not he undersold. Respectfully, P IE ID. REES. CTAR w mm tmm mm c K TREES Have a 77-YIt. RECORD. built upon tho strong founda tion of aualitv. The stock we offer for fall 1901 and spring 1902 surpasses in a n3I Hv the product m AV rorirUT box and pac k i;oo, of alt Drevioua veara. TTC WtAl I 11-lvlU I .guarunteo palo ar rival, guarantee entire satisfaction. Stark Fruit Book freo upon request. WI DA V f A CU eac" WEEK and want more V lAHl .,,.,;" . We PAY tAbil Busmen. Outfit sent FREE. $I$QS Km'M'-.tc, The Best Corn. $ Have You Got It? For the biggest and best 6 ears of white j ?f corn brought to this office we will send Si the DEMOCRAT one year. Will also send j fhp nFMftf.R AT fnr trip fax hio-o-pct and hpet g ears of yellow corn. S H Premiums Willie A...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 October 1902

II . I I. inn.ll. Untile (.ieo. Bird ic reported quite Bi.'k. .',.v.. jr,. f, . Sullivan, W Monroe city wfcs i-alled to fetM him tJundiij. , Mr. MftOffiftlc and fttmily weie WM1t with yourcitv rtiMiill Bnt. rrWhw :.!., . , ,IT Church iVj,V)t4 will be ,cid nt Aerial SuqJv, SewraJ from this piloe attended the fuiiMral of Dr. .T. J. Norton Sunday. Mr-. HV'hr.t-Womlwvif N.-oiri.- tr. . ..i.i, iin- corn husking nawo It athaud. j ion Kmtliluy ami family were chop plnn'n Monroe City Monday. b.-t Joanna Items. wiie.it here i up anu looks Th well. Joe Shuck, of Stale), wa iii this vieinity arviog notices on thaJuagea of the lection. Rio. Huekner tl Moy Preacher" pr-aehed Pleasant (ii-ovc Sunday morning and night. .lames Berry is hauling wheat to Monroe City this wei-k. We understand that .we are to hivve a new store lu il0 near future, Kitunt ed at Cross Uoads Ji milM aMt of J6nna. Some of the ferraera attended the Hale of Will Wybrant, near Noonau. Thursday. Perry Johnson and wife, of near ...

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