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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

R, C. HARSMALL. T. M. HARSHALL. New MenI New Energy! ft Marshall Bros. h HAVB BOUGHT THE y f Woodman Wagon Works $ f And will put in new engines, new ma- j Gj chinery and make things hum. The gentlemen were raised in this city 5p and are well known as J Practical Workmen, and also socially. h The wagon and carriage as well as Blacksmithing Department Will be complete and the painting depart- (g ment will be presided over by an Expert Jj Artist. L. O and W. 8. Wilson made a business trip to Payette Frl day. Cecil Dawson was a bu iness visitor In the Gem City, Saturday. Th iii'tiBinn hi I rarrvmi . $1:19.000.000 passed without de kgp rilie. mwmwmwmiTOmmmmfntmwrm e W. W. LOHGffllRE, 4g w -. K The Stock ot Xiuas candua and groceries at Evans is com plete. 12 18. Dr. S. M. Brown was called to Ely Sunday on professional business. Realestatev Lawye Conveyancer & Abstracter. A. J. Kendrick, of Sbelhtna, was a business visitor In the city, Friday. The P. E. O. ladies cleared $40 last Sat...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

I Take Tlfis Opportune time to thank you for a very satisfactory year's business. I shall in tne future put forth my best efforts to keep my stock of Building Material in shape to satisfy all demands uoon it. Respectfully, E. L. Reese. Regarding the Children's Letters. In order that 'he letters Irom the children la Santa Clans may be of most value to parents, teachers and the children them selves in Correcting the mis taktts and in order to giv 'ha nee for the not i' la ng. o any jive all a y prize we fa v of the jf Chic, Up to Date THE DEMOCRAT Dunbar Be Wednesday. Ringers next W. J. ROUSE, Editor. K. P. BIXSON, it v l-M I tor. 1 1.HMS $1.00 PER VBAH Entered tthe poMoflfoeal Monroe ;ity. as scnmil. dusts winter. TELEPHONE NO. Mo. U THUR8DAY, DEC. 1902 The DEMOCRAT desires to thank the ladies of the P. E. O. for a box of their excellent home made candy. The Hawthorne Musical Club will be at Paris Saturday even ing under the auspices 01 me 1. I. 0. O. P. P. This company will be worth...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

l&v asm- Just to Remind You That Christmas is almost here and my stock is complete in all lines. The finest line of Candies, Nuts, Oranges, Bananas Etc., Than ever before. invite you to come and in spect my stock and get prices before buying else where. Special prices to schocl teachers and Sunday Schools Yours for trade, G. M. NICHOLS, P SEGGS AND BUTTER WANTED 1 ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pcrtainin To Farmers- At the Chas Kaden sale Thursday stock and other things brought good prices. Madden Bros, have sold 1 1 head of nogs to J. Kendrick, and bought two span of mules from J W. Threlkeld. Sharp & Stoddard shipped in from Kansas City, Friday after noon, two cars of sheep. Norm Gpodnight, formerly a resident of Ralls County near this city but now near Helton Station, in Marion County, came in Friday with a wagon load of nice pecans, which he gathered in the Mississippi bottoms, and readily sold them at $4 per bushel. Mrs. J. T. Greeves brought in and sold...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

:o You. ' pretty Mllliniry, preti service ible Dfy Good- ioitt and maay other thin please LtdiesV If so T idle Switikev has the n t prices tti.it will BUrp on for Low. Now is the i i- iieal Birg.iins, Wanted T i Is to shuck Corn. Api I vnk D. Proctor. I Festival and dance at house December 26tb. t - !htr and wile and P yers and Wife attend eil rnl of Henry Achel- pli lather of the ladies, in (, Sunday. Have you seen the line i( Xmas candies jind groceries at .J L. Evans. 12 18. iO lbs. Granulated Sug ir for $1.00 at Nichols. WANTKD A trustworthy neutlcinaii or Ul in Mohoonnty t) iuut buitntuofu old iM''i botut of loliil Buriotal mm ling A Klraiglil, bona Ml weekly e.i!h lry of IKOfl paid by cheek each Wednesday with nil expenses direct from hea limrters. Mori advanced fur cxpens js. Manager, ('ixtiu Mg. .'hicairo. The Young Ladies of Si. Jude Church will hold a Church Bazaar Dec. 18 19 20 under the New Monro? Hotel Carson's Old Stand. They will offer for s.tle, articles of all kinds...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

1 ft Jti r i ov Monroe City Mo 1902 29. Dear Santa I Q ; letter to tell like t ii havi a jacket a In i nnts. 1 Hve i of Monroe Oil our stocking for jet' my inainina. papa Your I ': .ill write you a j du wh.it l would i ... Ifitman I want . do! . candy and nil i west Milt iii ; i 'i i And lont her Edit ii Carricoi 1 1 oe "it R Nov the Dear o this is my li am six year Mama ca lied god taken i Bdgtlou to ii heaven in .in with curly h some candy oranges if , forget Broth they an; oldi good closet Monroe City. Dear Old Santa j Palmyra Mo. j Clapper Mo jDear I thought I would write to Dear Santa Clans Saturday the 29 I Am ne.n you again to let you know what i I will write and tell you what ,' Dear old Santa Large enof I'm nine years old L want a j Big Doll. I want for Xmas 1 want a story j 1 want for Xinas I want a little j book and lots o! candy and stove some pans Dand a tea ket- sleepin doll My Sister (i years nuts, and dont forget my little I tie coffee pot and a skillet and I old can...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

Dec. 1st, 1902 dear old santa claus. I am a little girl eight year, old. my name is Laura Aylor. I live at lima burg Boon Co. Ky. I wish you would brim, me a nice big doll and a picture book. I have a autu Ettle that I think so much of 1 wish you would bring her something too. I have one sis ter her name is Pearl she is sixteen years old will you bring her a gold ring do not foruet my little cousin Frances she lives in Mo. take her something nice, now old santa this is all I want you to do for me. Prom Lama Aylor Lima burg Ky Mr. Monroe City, Mo. Dec 1. 1901 Santa Claus North Pole Dear Old Santa: As my doll is almost fro zen out I wish you would bring her a box of dresses and fix her body she has gotten very thin lately. Well this is all except a whole bushel of nuts, candy and bananas for dollie and me togel fat. Your dutiful child, Emma .Jackson. Monroe City, Mo. Dec. 8, 1902. Dear Santa Claus As it is time for you to come around again I wish you would please bring me a big doll, ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

f f The Lumber Yards. f f f WHEN YOU ARE LOOKING FOR Lumber, Lime, Plaster and Lath GO TO Monroe City. Missouri, i 1 i i i i l Dec. 1, 1902. Dear Santa. I am a little girl 9 yr old. I ro to Pleasant Valley school. I have one little sister we are glad Xmas is near I want a nice book and plenty of candy, nuts, oranges and bananas. Dont forget to bring sister a little watch candy nuts and i tigs. We live one mile 'from Gunpowder Ky the house is not hard to find. Remember the poor and the little ones who are to small to write I willclose by wishing success to the Dem ocrat and a happy New ' Yr to the Ed. I am your little friend Nora Beemon Gunpowder Ky get any sense, out of the other I wrote about it. I will tell what - books I am In, I'm in the Geography, Arithmetic, and Language, and reader. I don't expect you can rad this scribling very well. I guess I will close for this time. Good bye. Santa. Prom your affectionate Grace Ethel Spaulding Monroe City. Mo. Dec. 1. 102. Mr Santa Clans,...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

I i f j i t j t ELY'S PRIVATE HOSPITAL i i For Surgical Cases AND- Chronic Diseases. 4 i 4 c r i ovUI 1 Heated by Hot Waterriodern Sanitary Conveniences. Our operating and bed rooms are modern. Asepticism is obtained. We have baths, electricity, a micro i and chemical laboratory for analysis of urine, contents of stomach; and assisting in the diagnosis of dis f the skin, tumors, etc. We are prepared to make surgical cases a success. 1 o not Take Persons With Contagious Diseases into our Hospital Department Ol til Cit i I COI ' til u Cil Bt?l sali: Sfi not i disej llieii treatment receives our special attention. We endeavor to make this department a standard of excellency in accordance with the advancement nun's Mail) females may get relief from untold annoyance and suffering ,ve are giving litis subject special attention, We tre.it Piles practi UiOUt pain and Without causing the patient to undergo, the ordeal of a surgical operation, i. e. without administering a general anaesthetic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 December 1902

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY DECEMBER 18. 1902 NO 38 V ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Intereflin? News Concerning Ihe Differ ent Denominations. The N B. Bethel Sunday School Convention will be held at Providence church Jan. 15, 16, 1903. Rev. D. P. Hone has gone to McFall, Mo., to marry Rev. William Winn and Miss Dovie McBea, of that place, to day Rev. J. E. Hampton has re signed the pastorate of the church al Lee's Summit. Res ignation to take effect January 1st. He will attend the Theo logical Seminary at Louisville, Ky. Rev. William Callaway fill ed appointments at WinfiHd, Mo., Saturday and Sunday. Rev. u L Browoson, of Kirks"ilie, Mo., has accepted a call to tiie Baptist church in this city, ar.d will take charge abort January I, 1908. Rev. H. I. Weeks, who has been the pastor here for several years, goes to Kirksville. Hannibal Journal Palmyra Cor. General disappointment was manifest when it was learned Monday morning that Rev. D. F. Bone of Monroe City c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 December 1902

fe? JoVkL4 JCSSi JCVfeSSl J1 Christmas Furniture. FOP ELEGANT, USEFUL AND DURABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR FRIENDS GOTO Wilson & Son's Furniture House. The Swellest in this Section of the Country They Carry a Large Line of Parlor, Bed Room and Dinine: Room Sets, Chairs, Tables, Etc. IT IS THE IDEAL PLA.C FOR THOSE WHO ANTICIPATE GOING to HOUSE KEFPING to GET WHAT they NEED F. IYI. WILSON & mmmmm Miss Elizabeth Roust- lh visit inn friends In Centralia Bring us your coin. Top ju ices Monroe City Milling Co. Every thing lor the Xmas Diuner at J. L, Evans, 1218 We are in shape to handle 100 t 'DO bushels of corn dally Mon roe C'ty Milling Co. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. Mrs. M. Ti. Carson left Salur. day for a delightful visit with relatives in the Future Great. Highest prices are paid for poultry and eggs, hides, etc.. ;i BALZER& DlRIGO'S. C. Brae business Friday. ;ley, of visitor Bhiel, was a in ihf city Raymond (!. Vasey came up from St. Louis to spend S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 December 1902

f j f. I THE LUrfBER YARDS. WHSN YOU ARE LOOXIN3 FOR Lumber, Lime, Plaster and Lath GO TO I. W. HUSTON, Monro? City, Missouri. j.os9i S sr Brother Dickey's Christmas Philosophy De weather will soon lie cold enough fer Charity ter set by a bif, fire en wonder ef Providence is takin' keer er de poor. Wid all de holiday tire en de fire crackers, 'long .'bout Ci-ris'-mus time, de angels iu glory mus' think dat dey's celebratin' Fo'th er July in de yuther place. What's de use er some mens takin' de chillun ter see de toy animiles in de shop winders, w'en dey drinks enough ter see a whole circus at home?Q . No use ter pray fer de Ltwd j ter give you charity. De better idee would be ter surprise him by havin' it befo'han'. Fer de Lawd sake quit growl in', en try ter persuade yo'se'f dat you're happy one day in de blessed year! De music er de little Tin Ho'n ain't no Italian Opery, but bless God, we on'erstan's it better! Atlanta Constitution. Reflections of a Bachelor. Getting engaged is l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 December 1902

mm A m CHRISTMAS! Christmas Will soon be here and I want to inform you that we have the best line of holiday goods in the city. Following are a few items of what you have to select from: k Si 1 m 1 T)1 a. A Tea PotP Coffee Pots, serving KOCheSter JNlCkel rlatea Dishes, Soup Ladles, Tea Sets. Crumb Trays, Bread Trays, Waiters, Childrcns Fancy Cups, Childrcns Knives and Forks, Silver Knives and Forks, Roger Bros'. "1847" Tea L Table Spoons, Roger Bros' "1847" Nut Grackers and Picks, The Celebrated Velox Sewing Machine Will Make any Woman Happy. CARVING SETS POCKET KNIVES RAZORS. SCISSORS WATCHES. GUNS RIFLES. AIR GUNS ... REVOLVERS, SKATES FOOT BALLS BOXING GLOVES PING PONG SETS,.. BOWLING ALLEYS.. Why not buy your wife a nice Steel Range? We sell the leading Stoves of the world. ic, Bridge and Beach, Buck's and Moores'. IVajest , If you want any electric tixtures put in your nouse can anu get our prices. We d Iso carry extra electric fclCCttlC l"lXtUlCSt globes. If your old globes bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 December 1902

Christmas Gifts Mrs. Susan Gentry is serious ly ill. R W. That combine usefulness And attractiveness Bell spent Sunday A'LaPlata with liis tootsy. ' Rev. B i HlJtson has beei t' IH with a cold for ten dav b. ! ARE THE BEST 9 f Anything that beautifies the house shows good judgment, Any of the lasting and handsome things in the store will be a per manent reminder cf the giver. fV ARPPTQ hT TflQ ffl ? Brussels Rugs, Size 9x12 feet $15.00 V Axminister Rugs M $20.00 ft Best Velvets " $25.00 ff mo line Marauette Rues 85c to $3.50 i( C3 IT you want (food Robber Fool Wear, buy ot Rogers. E. P. Melaon. of St. Louis, is thr guest of f'iends iii the city, Mr and Mrs. O Harry Parka ,'ith Qulncy friends yes Si j were wl $ teiday. Portiers, Window Shades, I Lace Curtains, Napkins, f Uoholstering Goods, Table Linens, Table Sets, Towels V COUNTERPANES BLANKETS, 4l Home made Comforters, Carpet Stretchers, Wire and Shuck Door Mats. Sincerely, J no. J, Rogers. Jesse Hymer spent Sunday with friends at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 December 1902

3fo uffzy: tefs. wk &v: av: to&v: &&&v: y.--mm Lxzr-mm .w-ir vak a'va.tw ihw-fli vufc. yv yri"Jh hristmas is Nearly Here! All three ol the jolty il men, Santa Claus, Kriss Kringle St. Nicholas have been to n ST Where thev (ouml the most eloirant litic of Ebonoid, Rose Wood and Piography Toilet Sets. Some are mounted in silver, some in pearls. They are just lovely and the acme of what they want for young ladies and men. The medallions ar : of new, designs, exquisite and caused lVTt 0 A Is not in in a little bit with the larg: s;' hree gentlemen to smile with pleasure. The old as well as INOalJ. S AFK lect lot of toys for the amusement of the atest games are here fot the good girls and boys. Tne new little ones and the d'lls, well, there are bisque dolls, white and jps are beauties and lie bisque goods cannot be beaten. The black dolls, little and big dolls, dollies that will warm the hiarts ..n ; arc gems, beaui just the thing for centre tables and to ol some of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 December 1902

rierchant Tailoring The Merchant Tailor of the City has on hand a ii ion lino of goods from which to select a nico Tailor made suit, (rive me a trial. WERNER, UpxtcvDate Tailor, A A A' MONROE CITY, MISSOURI. Will Do Away Willi Taxes. Parlcersburtf, W. Va., The state lax commission has recommended thitall taxes Oi real anil personal property for sta'i- purposes shall be abolished A tax of a third of a cent a ton on aM coal produced in the state is recommended. A lax on the i i! produced and the natural y.is is to aid in produc ing the necessary income Taxes on charters issued to corporations and annual license taxes on corporations will help to swell the state's revenues. The taxes now assessed on the brewers, distillers and liquor dealers will be raised and li cense taxes will have to be paid by lawyers, doctors, demists, emb timers and men in other professions. you suppose dip into that bulk coffee before you buy it? 3 Lion Coffee comes in sealed, air tight packages; no chance for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 December 1902

M You Cat. buy Him a Pair of Slippers "" f. n !r,-.i.-i l.i frit Y111? !f i;an ot-- 4n fl a new v iiw iui .uuaa n juu Train iu KBot it's Dollars to Doughnuts it he Would Appreciate K A Box of Stroller Cigars More iff ft 0 Packed in Boxes Containing 2f, 50 and 100 Cigars. H.. l M r Ollbv : si Ai! Dealers Sell Them and : 0ro5, Make Them 9 H H 0 0 0 0 0 M 0 Warier. i e order f ! -nry, little i an attach Pttil Hutch r i m was buying cut t e in d - 'r ighborliood, tii. ti 'st ii i ' Mrs. Joe Morthland, i-. visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Reagar ai Palmyra. Little Robert Christian is very sick will) LaGrippe. There was preaching at the Christian church Saturday night and Sunday, conducted by Rev. Ring. M Ii made a busi j Dr. R. A. Terrill. returned! in-- i Qu.ucy, last Mon- j home last Friday, from Chicago, ! is vi r y slcl da; M .1. at I 'I! iVlMl v;. Tbo-e . Itending the parties I where lie lias been attending school. Mrs. Fred Pol sen returned to her home iu Macon alter a few . i .. .i ai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 December 1902

V Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY DECEMBER 25. 1902 NO 33 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Efcnnminalions. J L; on, of a Quincy Indian visitor Rev. Pr Creek, w Tuesda v. Rev. T. A Clagett is visiting friends I i Palm; ra. Rev. B. P IJix 'ii is spending Christmas w Mi New London friends Rev. Pi D F. Sullivan was with Quincy friends, Monday. Rev. VVil'i i . 'allaway has resig. ed th Salem churc Rev C. A. ing rela city. Rev. Vi . been called the She' byvll time. He 1) Rev. J. R 1 ens College, with friends Prbsi 1 rate of New rman is visit riends in this I Patrick bus the pastorate of ! church for ha If not accepted yet. eutuff, of Steph was in the city uesday. IliltlAN. il! be i egular services I ;st vterian church, can invite which equals that which follows a supine sub mission to wrong and injustice and the consequent loss of nat ural self respect and honor he neatii which is shielded and cie fended a people's safety and gre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 December 1902

THR DEMOCRAT HOUSE, Kilitor. fllXsoN, City BdttOT. $1.00 tT:H VfcAK T,'rrf't nt the postfrfliOSSI Monroe City, as 00OH 1-''Ikh matter. Mo. Il l I PIIOM: NO. It THURSDAY. DEC. 1902 NcSwivitt't Reformation- Cli una Tale 'itlt Variations. Ilag'lme ll wafl Christmas eve, and the regulation mantle of snow covered the entire assembly district except for small black and bare spot where the wagon of the Street Cleaning Depart ment was being loaded with samples ul the wintry covering to be presented to the Commis sioner. The white winged la borers sang cheerily over their work, their voices mingling with the while flakes of falling snow. ll was a joyful day through out the ward in spots for on Christmas Eve of all times ol the year Poverty has a chance of making itself conspicuous, and Christmas Eve would scarce ly be Christmas Eve at leasl for literary purposes without plenty of good old-fashioned misery. Of this on the day in question the McSwivitt family had on hand about as tine an assor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 December 1902

CHRISTMAS GREETING. - V Hi ' i Z A good Short Horn Bull will make the season al T. H. Ball's. WO J. VV. White spent Saturday j with Palmyra friends. John O'Danlal, ol Hunm-weii, i secured a position Satin (1 er. with its 8 t sincerely for your lib eral patronage and kind ness for the year 1902, and wish you a merry Christmas. Mrs. W. L. Ely spent ihe with Hannibal friends ye' day. J. (!. Frqua and family upending Xmas with tnt in folks at New London, Sincerely, J no. J. Rogers. Miss Sallie Rouse was in Hannibal Tuesday. Thos. Gartner spent Sunday in the city with his wife's peo ple. Prof. Tom Dawson was a bus iness visitor in the Gem City, yesterday. The Monroe Milling Co. has put in and is now running a corn sheller. D. Ark. M. Proctor, Jr., of Hazen, is visiting his father. Mrs. R. L. Woodson left yes terday for Galeshnrg. II!., to be with her parents. Miss Nell Lander- returned home from Palmyra yesterday for the holidays. George Stimpson. ; one time Monroe hoy, has returned from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 December 1902

His Christmas Pevcrie. t How fas' 3ey comes de Chris muses'. Bit's dea In k y in) erday Senci' j (.11 1 n Rjfl wtwdancln' One Ohrin'iniiM fur ;iway! De Bume wide worl' eroun' j ou D- y f u 1 1 .r 'Oiks sinjf en shout; But sVii : -y calls de quadrille, D y laughs, en leaves 111 out ! II How f;is' de time is Bjrln'l Bow lone! me look da mow! You feeli de w Ite worl' alippin' 'way Ynu old befo' you kuow! You n ver s e no wartnln' Ue time a la1 In flight You turn ter m Good mawn in'.' Wen yac ler cdi d Night! IK Dey d-nii: fei Uem yotlOg folks Wid all dey hi Dat half u mi ider Us folks v z iciiks, too! En beam di ki.iit . tin. En t ' Ml ' ' i uroun'. Eu (1 nee 'J'imes in Georuy Eu swi'i .i'et gals P III '! I V. But i hi, , , id, m'l waitin' Eu 'ill de Ci rih trfus sweet. En still tu II: ..i. makin' A tii get in yo' feet! De. ; ri ttrliif'h on de outside Yi ii liea ii de music soun'; Gome in, you ((ray head felleis, En swii u hi' ule gals roun'l At anta Constitution. Court Notes The famo...

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