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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 November 1902

I f 6T ! OFFICIAL ST. VI':', .1 ENT Of thfl linitncial condition f lli- Monroe City Bank, At Minn Hltv. Soit.- fit' nliHMIili 11 Rttbeolma of bitilnewi on the :il-t nnn luiug was h punniM twhui Mrs J. 8 Buckman, of Olap Dvr'at. per Is the guest of T. M. Muck The SDemocrm.w plurality in man and family. Missouri Ufl to time Ot going tO of press is 14.027, Judge s P. Spalding it in I he City Tuesday Mrs. Wil Sullivan Ian Sullivan, who Kenney left Tuesday I formerly resided at Indian for Reading, Pa., where he will Greek, died at her home in :nd F Y. NOTICE! 0.00 .7(111. IM (1.01) ?( 0.00 Dr. II. Woods, of Quincy, will j le;'t Hotel Monroe Thursday) JS iini of Octobur. 1902. Loans nnd disfnnnl - ltn douhleell.v ire kh on ns - 1 Ulimil fli oMntei-Ml MM v ourlty M5,121. 04 visit the scenes of hie boy1'001' -Mexico, Mo., Friday night U doubted I v Rood ooreal J. J, FlUyatrlck left Tuesday I was buried at 11 a. in. Sunday. VP; to .eowrity.. ........... 24,41)8.00 fof Kl Louis to BeleCl his ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 November 1902

creeHolkCir ; i7 - s.i?WiC Teachers, get your card i .ii this office, rt')(irt inures In each pound package of Cefftc from now until Christmas will be found a free game, amusing and instructive 50 different kinds. Get Lion Coffee ond a Free Game at Your Grocers. 1 'leased pa irons always come out of Stream barber shop.. Hon. v. ?-. McGlintic wan a business visitor In Pulton the lirst of the week. ! L10 Butter and eggs bring y m the j most money when taken to Sharp & Donley John Wood, day operator at the Joe depot spent Hie first of the week with the bomefolks at Oak Dale Gen I. Vest, son and private Secretary of Senator Geo. G V- died in : i igtu i, I) tHMOC RAT rW.n. at liis hotel iii Wash C Thursday of u . It. TERMS I.T.'d all I to L SB, Kdltor. ! ! I Xs N. ity Editor, $1.00 PER VtiAH 1. : ndlee at Monroe Ofty, ..'.oll'l-clrtss CIHttl r. rELEPHOM NO aUllSDAY NOV 1 1 Mesdames John Helm, of Paris and H. C. Watt, of Den ver, Colo. , have been the quests of their friends. Mr. aud"...

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

ft AT R Building Paper of al! Kinds 0 i i s SOME BRIGHT JEWELS mil v it I'" a :' UUMBER YARD- nutated i 1 paper that wit', ast tor years and I'lcinn in iic. do not Intend for anything to rot ,1,1 iti n nlier yard. 1 only s.iy this that you ilit I will "'or ne unuersout. Respec' fully,) flliriv TREES Have a 77-YI?. KF bails upon the strong (ounda lion of quality. 10 (.OCX wo r..r w f:.i! 1001 and itirinfl 1902 suriia.- s ,n av.r.i- product m-. day fbfiaht ,:::x..i'.':!1:'i.' ;.. f T I rd IlkRU II J'Uill (Hin t: 1. ....- BTAAK Fi'.riT I.i'Oa tn.-o upon nxrawt. Hun-Milk-, Alii. TiKlr DansvlUc.N. Y.,ctc of all previous yean al, guarantfo cntll niv 1CU YVt3 rI Wwll salesmen. Outfit sent fkee I The Best Cora Have You Got It? r i 9. 8 J For the biggest and best 6 ears of white ;t corn brought to this office we will send the DEMOCRAT one year. Will also send the DEMOCRAT for the six biggest and best ears of yellow corn. T 29 K I Worth Readinjr from the Atlanta Con ititutlon. Earth a smiling...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 November 1902

f 1 8 0 ? I f f s S f i t CLUBBING 0 "F En Which Will Expire January 1, 1903. One Whole Year's Reading for the En tire Family for Only 3.00. The Monroe City Democrat, Wcckly The St Louis Chronicle, Daily The Woman's Magazine, Monthly The Woman's Farm Journal, Monthly ALL FOUR One YEAR For Only $3. If you are at a loM to know what to (five a friend We have made arrangements with the St. Louis oi a relative tor a Christmas present you could not Chronicle, the Woman's Magazine and the Woman's find a itter or more suitable fflft and me that would Farm Journal by which we can make this generous constantly remind the recipent of your generosity offer to our readers. Any of our old subscribers can during the entire year than by pendtnjf the four pub. h Isn avail thema -Ives of this .great offer by sending lications as a Chr.stmas gift at a cost to you of u $8 and their subscription will be extended one only (18.00. year from expiration. Think of It Your home paper, with the St. Louis Chron...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 November 1902

0 i (' r Monroe City Democrat VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1902. NO 34 ABOUT THE CHURCHES Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. Tbos. Gallaher, of Rent elaer, was In the city with (ricnda Friday. Rev. T. A Clagett was visit ing in Slielbiua, Thursday. Rev. Howard L. Weeks, pas tor of the First Baptist Church has notified the officers of the church of his intention to re sign as pastor about the first of the year. He has received a call to Cincinnati, O., but lias not yet decided to accept it. Palmyra Spectator. A popular Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the Far West staid a few days with a ranchman. When the Bishop left his host shook him warmly by the hand and said: "Bishop we all like you out here; you are not stuck up, and you are no blooming aristocrat. We like you because you are so darned common and no gentle mail. Iu fact, you are one of ourselves!' New York Times. Rev. E. H. Williamson, Pas tor of the Christian Church at Cli...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 November 1902

.Missouri . I. ' I hive nave heard of sunny scut h lands; 1 bave heard of northland's snow ; J3ut I know another region Where sweet scented sephyrs blow : Where uoscorched by tropic sp! mior, Nevi r -tung by Arctic's chili Btretcbes many Hard by many II Oli. "'J le Green ginia," y o i lilted 'a 1 1 ;t daisied nil Id- And H J havi si I On t But I bave Ing Visions of With it- iiekl Kentucky ard tli wan 1 1 rers u id in in on the foam i raory's keep ii land more fair, i both of green and golden, Touched with sunlight i very whfre. III. And a homenil. how love it! At tne forest's edge it stands, bookkeeper, el While my mother in the door way clasping a re 8ft And a bo bands; And 1 see the inatchl dor, A s I sii w in days of old, When tin autumn sun al i i Tin : i the browning woods with gold. IV. Kins; ye, then your songs if country ()'. Missouri mine shall he: And the memor ever, That her soil gave birth to ine. So when life's glad day is over should help "V.." Bprigglns raise the bigg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 November 1902

r I SHORT HORN CATTE SALE! j -' 12 Miles North of Mexico. Emmons Farm 3 Miles West of Santa Fc Thursday;, December 4, 1902. In order that the boys may get in on the ground floor, and that the farmers get a chance to buy good Shorthorns cheap, I will sell at my Long Branch Stock Farm, .fffi 30 Well Bred Young Bulls Cows & Heifers, 5 young Scotch bulls in the offering, which will finish up my surplus and give the farmers a chance to buy cheap. Salebeginsat II, lunch at 12. Apply fcr catalog, s. p. emhons, MEXICO, MISSOURI, EC-3 I I J. M. Johnson w i-i ! n ess visitor in the Great the latter part week. a busi Kutnre of la-! "Follow Tie Flag." Mrs. (ins Jackson left Tluirs-' day for Brookfleld, where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Kin ! melt Alexander. P. M. Davis, wife and daugh ter, of liinden were in the city Thursday on a shopping expedition CO If you want calling cards of the latest and most fashionable style, printed with the latest type out for that purpose THE BANNER ROUTE ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 November 1902

i 3 3- it f f f f f i 3 i "m "in uiciMb iJ'SP''fS n-r:i trt- ex,-: "EJ" ' "t&Bfi-JH. q2?g2&- NG OFF Which Will Expire January 1, 1903. One Whole Year's Reading for the En tire Family for Only $3.00. The Monroe City Democrat WcckIv The St Louis Chronicle, DaiIy The Woman's Magazine, Monthly The Women's Farm Journal, Monthly ALL FOUR One YEAR For $3.0 It you are at a loss to know what to give a friend We have made arrangements with the St. Louis oi a relative for a Christmas present you could not Chronicle, the Woman's Magazine :rid the Woman's :ind a better or more suitable gift and one that would constantly remind the reel pent of your generosity during the entire year than by sending the lour pub lications as a Chr.stnvn gift at a cost to you of only s;;.l)0. Farm Journal by w hich we car. make this generous offer to our readers. Any of our old subscribers can also avail themselves of this great offer by Bending us $8 and their subscription will be extended one year from ex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 November 1902

Y u Can loy a Suit at A Price Levy's Dr. S l lie cii v Pr -Si: i. ) r ' trv. M nl lnX. )' El v was in A'itli frien i Monday! :it L lUbel . l Prance. mi.' In vi-ii this conn - ii Sunday ivilh his lolly- J oil ii D 'in i ri 111 Mac- 0 po Riymond G, Vasey came up fro i St. Louis Sunday to see a friend. Lum Alexander, of Spalding, was a business visitor iii the city Saturday. Win, Cranston, of Abiline, Texas, came in yesterday morn log to pay old friends a visit. i Try Strean for a shave. Have you seen the new waist goods at Levy's? George H. Davis of Quincv was in the city Monday, The Century Club will meet at Mrs. W. L. Ely'.-. Nov. 26. v. 0, VanGlahn was a boat. ness visitor in the K)uff (jjty yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L Rte of Cincinnati, were in i h , ty shopping, Tuenday. Mrs. O. U. Sherry, if north of Hunnewelt, visited friends heie the first of the week. Have you attended Levy's Evening Sales? It will pay you. John Lake and wife, ol Ely, were in city shopping Satur day. N. H. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 November 1902

7 M dot casli j trice on sharp dk Donley!. - .1 Cacl ; ound package of y inn f; om now v, r . uc touna fi irct and inslructh kinds. tic:. Lion CofCtL end n Free Game at Your Ciroctrs. mm tfl Christmas will game, amusing 50 different Mrs. Annie Powers spent the latter part of lat week with relatives at Spalding. Mis M. . Carson spent the Iter p.iri of last week with almyra relatives. F. C. and American Beauty Corsets Master Joe Wood, of Ribbon Ridge, has been visiting his 1 I'Ollier John, the operator. II R. Hardy wis in me Bluff '" y Thursday. He reports lilt! 'Hffe by th. creek as being . tremendous boom. TH E DM(X RATI Tansies and Other flowers k re in full hioorn in the flower idens am1 don roe City Jill IlINt, 011 the lawns of n ) to dale. Friday . .1. ! t ii You'll never I'.no'v whnt "Corr.rt Cor-.- fort' really moans until you Havo worn a pair of theso celebrated Corsets. This WARRANT with every pair "Money refunded after Four "WcclW Trial if cors not satisfneto: W g' Railroad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 November 1902

9 Building Paper of ali Kind s LUMBER YARD- if run may l AT R 3' nutated pel paper ItiRI will ast lor years and en -10 i little. I do not Intffi i if r any thing to rot i - 1 ... a I : LI... a i n inner yiru. i uniy say mis mai i li 1 1 i will "ut be undersold. you Respectfully,! L. H.EES. g The Gnat and Camel. The probable new Senator from Utah believes polygamy is I10I3', but he lines not prnc lice it. The- Summons of the Senate will rtou itiesi know what to cio with bun. It tl seem rather abflll 1 or us t keeping up the harem of tne Sultan of SnUi an 1 refinl tg 1 scat a Morrnon Senator who Im n j 1 one wife. Moil' toll (I ivt) Sun. SOME BRIGHT JEWEL Voters ' t;r deai late 11 list lltli , en sent fistul tli ' Worth Readine from lite Atlanta Con itltutlon. CTAR li'HAItt BH U K TREES nave a 77-YIT. R' built upon thi itron) foonda tion of anallty. Xh 1 1 took w offer for fall 1!01 and spring 1002 surp-J.-.,S ill :: Ity the product niv roriCMT box "m' ?,: 1 of all iircvioua Tears. ti...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 20 November 1902

VI. IndiM Creek. He urrv to ri nnrl i lin i Jamem Smith l still rrv poor lj " n i ii . George and Math t'v. came in iiom Cliillicuthe Home Broken Lp. Just Two. Mr. R. L. Woodson sold her Mrs. E. Griffith, une Miss 1 "'hold (goods at auction on Mattie Burditt liaa presented tl street Saturday afternoon. Mick with a bouncing LO .pound They brouirht fair nrices. Ve iriri ami i. . .1 1. Sunday in nuwertoa telegram, understand that after settling whether the brakes are set on J,!" " " ' T' :: iire eP' ct'"1 in ;l UP hrbulnM affairs here, she the down grade or whether the ,laJ "r IWO. I will go to her parents at Gales- throttle is wide onen bum. III., and make that her! t. ii 1 a j , ' , , , e i Jesse Humphrey Is dad again home. Her church and main rptiU frln i 1. friends in:., n ,1 ,. 1 1-,. t f . . 1 , ' ; little u 11 mis city win iiu- her sadly to shelike her late husband was prominent in the church work am) in lite social circles in I New Blood lift ve l. X. Borden and fainlh moved to...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 November 1902

V Monroe City Democrat. m VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1902. NO 35 ABOUT THE CHURCHES Interesting News Concerning The Differ ent Denominations. Rev. and Mrs Walter Milch ell left Thursday night for tlieir liome in Washington, U. C. Rev. H. F. Davis, of St. Lou is, spent the first of the week in the city with relatives. Rev. H. L. Weeks, P. H. Brunk, H. P. Smith and Miss Annie Jaudon of Palmyra, were in this city Thursday enroute to Madison to attend the B Y. P. U. meeting as delegates of the Palmyra B. Y. P. U. organization. Rev. Ward, ot Centra lia, has closed the protracted meet ing with the Oakland church south of the city. There were 25 additions to the church, 4 of whom were by letter. Twenty, were baptized Friday and 1 awaits baptism. The meeting held with the Philadelphia church by Rev. Maiden closed with 13 additious. Rev E. K. Miller, Presiding Elder, held quarterly confer ence with the Sharpsbnrg church Saturday. Rev. B. F. llixson is spending the ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 November 1902

SDE'S THANKSGIVING. hud corn chosen For Days the Deane. been malting ready for t In roast. The hoys had the tallest, lightest saplin (, and trimmed i nd cut them un til they were liki i x iterated fishing rods, w ith Hiui n.lv pointed ends. AM tlie brush and snviil I , , h.i i ., ered and drawn mi the stone draff to the liiffti p. is in . ;i nd piled on i he summit of itgra i swell, where tl e hillfi and v leys Could d- se'ti sinking and risiiifffai d 'ide the endle-ji ridges ol l lie Green mountains s weep i n y away to ihe east and the bln-j Aiiirontlacks closing the western view, tl was the finest farm in northern Ver mont, oid Mr. I) ane had alWuys declared; ind the high pasture had been for gene ration: ;i fa voi ile place for Coasting par ties and corn roasts, tt was more popular thai, ever now, lince Sue Deane was tl e hand -somest girl i!! the county, and counted her swain by the doz en. "1 don't know how Sl!e's ever ffoin' to Betlle down," said her mother, plaintivelj j "fo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 November 1902

rT --mi U 8 i SHORT H 10 r.sii T of Mexico. T"1 JLAiJ.J.ii.WJL.iL. .1. JLJE.JL 3 Miles West of Santa Fe I SiyrsdaVi ecembsr 4- 1902. !n order that the boys may get s;i on the ground floor, and that the farmers get a chance to buy good Shorthorns cheap, I will sell at niy Long Branch Stock Farm, & 3 miles West of Santa Fe. 30 Well Bred Young Bulls Cows & Heifers, 5 young Scotch bulls in the offering, which will finish up my surplus and give the farmers a chance to buy cheap. Salebeginsat 1!, lunch at 12. Apply f cr catalog, S. P. EMflONS, MEXICO, MISSOURI. Reasons For Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving for tlie day that brings Our harvest home of blessiii Thanksgiving for the love thai flings O'er us its fond caressing. Tbankstflvlnif that a loving glance Still rests upon us kindly; Thanksgiving that, with looks askance, lave passed us "Follow Tlie Flag:' ftitfiwni I Some joys blindly. thanksgiving that our harvest iood Has ju&tly been divided; Thanksgiving that the turkey good B...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 November 1902

THE DEMOCRATS' - 'f i W. J, R0U8E, Bditor. U. f, HIXBON, City Editor. TliRMS $1.00 vi i: VBAf! Jrjtcred at (hi pni nfri- ji Hi Oily, Mo. tMond.cUaii matter. TELEPHONE NO. THURSDAY, NOV Ro.lrl R. Hicks 190.1 Almanac, To say Hi i! l liis splendid work of scitno. and art is finer find better than ever, instating it mildly. The derrand for it is far beyond nil previous years To say thai such results, reach log through thirty years, are not based upon sound sense and ' usefulness, Is an insult lo the Intelligence of the millions. Prof. Hick.-,, through this great almanac, and his famous family and scientific journal, Word and Works, is doing a work for the whole people not approach ed by any other man or publi cation. A fair test will Drove this to any reasonable person. Jt Added to the most luminous WJ course in astronomy for 19021, M forecasts of storms and weath ' er are given, as never before, vj for every day in the year, all Ifi cnarminily Illustrated with near; v two hundred engra...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 November 1902

Men's overshoes ware's Slioe Store. Harry .Jarman spent Sunday in La ; range with friends. 1. Boul-, FOR Samb 2 horse wagon, without bed. E. J. McKtllght. Bring Brooks, line to ol be us your corn. Tod prices Monroe City Milling Co. William Medcalf, of Palmyra probate spent Sunday in the city with , thf homefolks. Madison. Giesecke Shoe Store. boots. Boul ware's G. H won 1 . 1 judge. "Ball the I). Store. .J. G. Puqua was a business Mrs Thornton B nd" felt boots - B' u! ware's are Mrs. Marv E. Xol.md VrPMt ink oaon . Bhellivvllle, ! friends. Saturday to visit visitor in Camp Point. Illinois, I span t thf week with M. Ma ' Mon uay f fiends. Geo. Walker came over from Columbia to spend his Thanks giving with the homefolks. J, w McPike was in the city Saturday and did the square thing by dividing some of his prosperity with the DEMOCRAT W. ness Tues (). Wiseheart visitor in tie lay. W is n ( Jem bust City, Photographs x at a; Belle Johnson's Studio Leggins, overgaiters and Ger man nocks ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 November 1902

A" each pound pad; age of Iff 8 from now until Christmas will be found a free- game, amusing and instructive 50 different kinds. Get Lion Coffee and a Free Game at Your Grocers. ftttE DEMOCRAT ItOUSlS, el s N', Editor. City Editor, terms I.OO PBB .1 nfflce mi Monro I'lty, l- l.is matter. TELEPHONE NO. JI?I V. NOV Mm u 1902 Bring i and u"i IX 1 a r h i 11 11.111 Dr. tlornhack. A urist. Han 1 Iba 1. ot i r corn Oculist and P leaned patron always come out nf Btreatis barber shop.. v. v. Eland ley was a bual- j in s- -i i n r iii Hie Gem City. Pi lila y 1 Will Cranston, of East Bt. 1 Louis was a business visitor In 1 he cii y Saturday. The Armoura are tryinn to corner the potato crop. They ha ve secured most of tin North Western crop at 10c and expect tn boost them to 110c per bushel. James Dlllard, the Kentucky negro who assauueu two wime women near Sullivan, tnd., last Tuesday. tllC I8t'l, was CBUgllt by the t nraueil tanners Friday; and swunw to a telegraph pole. t If in nine months ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 November 1902

Building Paper of all Kinds W AT R iSS' LUMBER YARD. M rrugated r ptft paper that will ast lor yearn and i Ok ooi s n I'lile. I UO not intend for any tiling tO'VOt ir rust i i m i nber yard. I only nay this that you may know tin i will "ot be undersold. )e. if oily, I SOME BRIGHT JEWELS R n H Worth Readinjr from the Atlanta Con itltutlon. aivsia navo a 77-v.. r: i;kc, 3 iirf Ik.iU upon tli.; -u:v .. MP tton of quality. ttorV- offer for fail 19C1 oad upring 1902 surpasses sr. Ity tno product M pay FRFIfiKT : r,:: ' ; ;J " timviotia veara. WC S - B Al-trott 1 8 iiraarant o. afa ar- 1 riJ. ciiarantoo cut'".- satisfaction. Stark Frwt Book free upon reqntct. We PAY CASH1 2" WSSSIP n TTi. Ofci VWil aaleamen. Outfit aer.t raB.(''jjftyJ Dunarllle, H. tat Vr. -&a HANNIBAL COMMERCIAL COLLSQS..&s Ufa St '.-: 040, Sfo cxMaUaatlon rtqnlrod to enter, Indlriflnai Jnatrno tton, it owe puptla laaabaring po-iit'onc. Vou can ontor ai anyttmo Wrlti itlealara t addraaa, P. i.. kki.i.v. Prmldnnti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 November 1902

Warren. , Pi hacied meeting closed nl Mt. Vernon Monday night with two iiddii ions Mr. hi (i Mi-. Fr (i Polftom, nl Vucon, are visitinu Mr in renl s, .1 1 mes Sn i i h Pol.'UI a ml ' l Mrs but i irti Mi n .i n .:.n v h ret Idith S .11 1 t.i Ulty, visited Miss Lttie Baxter Y, last Friday and Saturday. Sj Mrs. J. P. Shuclc of Shiel is V) ,,11 Visiting her girlhood home at! Kinder hook. III. Attorney B. P. Plnley of v ill and box supper at Kansas City came down Bun-111 Priday Nov. 28. day to spend a few days huntM l pel in hrlnir iK qu iii aim looutng over ins Carrier, Saturday and Sunday The dance at Oharley Lan ham's Friday i i i lt I i t was largely ntlendi rl and en loyed by i ri '-ui . The C'uurt til Honor will give a grand h 1 ! i . l I 0 e ICnc!) lady is i qui ft her fai m ttcCttl Iiiuirli Ml ' I 11 l. .i imx with suni"'r enouufh for two mill eacll gentlemen Ins, BillieOoXof Kansa.s City is iei hook wiih money enough : visiting friends m tins vicinity. i net nun ti. U uei ' nl i...

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