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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 January 1903

4 onroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1. 1903 NO 40 ABOUT THE Cl l'RCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominate ns. Wednesday while the Cardi nals living in Rome, were de liverln their Christmas greet' was stnek for a short inRs to Pope Leo, be en on the throne and time was speech '.ess. Elder and Mm vis, of St. Louia mas in this cltj ents, Mr. and Mfri The Methodist ed in raising i the educational fu H P. Da lent Christ h her par. H. Cary. ive succeed ..100,000 for id. The social ev n i 1 the season was tic ball and supper at the opera house Friday evening by the ladies o( the Holy Rosary church. ii IO s as though every one of Lheh undertaking! were touch m lore hand by the magic 1 i of a fairy. Then v s 300 people present a lid boul r 1 U0 made by the in tell i '! workers. To eay thai B nta -Glaus was on his good behavior and did his pleasing ivorfe to perfection in this city la it week, is putting the case mildly. The Holy Rosarv ...

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. — 1 January 1903

THE DEMOCRAT V. i. Hi USh, Editor. ;:. ir. nix.-io:;, ,rity Bdttor. TERMS $1,00 Pl " '' " tttftfi i th poll odlttftt Monfoo OUfi Mo. rELEPIIOM NO. THURSDAY. JAN. 1. 101 IHJftll Have Been. What might have been a dl.s asti'"- blaae occurred at the iuboriitn home of J. M. Proctor M i uj . ''.;''" p i". The Water tow r Is near the haudsomi reaidettce. and as tltfl farm hand canu- in from work h-' noticed a light i.u lirl Hour Ol tower and opened the door to see what anyone might be doing there. The rush of air into the tower Caused the flames to leap to the Ceiling. He gave the alarm and the (lames were soon ex tinguished. The pipes of the towT are encased in b0X( S tilled with saw dust to prevent freez ing. The gasoline engine that lias not been used for several months is just above one of the boxes and it is supposed that oil from the engice found its way into the sawdust and spon taneous combustion was the re sult. The damages ate light. Inu't Worry. Thin easier laid than done, ye it...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 January 1903

If 9& A' HERE TO STAY Yowell, Saddlery Co. (SUCCESSORS TO D. K, YOWELL L SON.) Aq Srm G. Dftnirfc has taken an interest ii tV-r firm, it nr-rrncltairs a rhanoc In the name of iti However, wc arc here to make gocd any and all contracts made by the old (inn, and to make prices which cannot be beaten i I Nr: t vEast . issouri on the best Hand ..,ade Harness. Saddles. Blankets, vVhips, Pobcs, Etc. IT IS ALL OF STRAIGH'IVFORWAKD BUSINESS, and we arc gocd for nineteen more Earnestly tolici.ing y ur trad , wc are the m D. K. Yowell Harness & Saddlery Co, Monroe City, Mo. w. I vr? Mrs O. Christmas friends. K. Emerson with Bluff spent City Misses Bessie and Stella Overly spent Christmas with Quincy trii'iids. Jefferson Davis Crigler, of Quincy, s)ent Christmas in this city with relatives. Miss Susie Riddle came up from Palmyra to spend Xmas with the homefolks. Mrs. Sue Whaleyspent Christ mas in the city with her broth er. Thornton M. Maddox. Henry W. Wood and tamily spent the glad Yu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 January 1903

p toWHEATLETi Is The Net u.ra,tke stafi- tr ufe m D Special Notice. r paper, iancv type. Dr. Hornback, Oculist andiS Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. ancy i; u.yj i pi Felix Cairico Ijoutrlit a Duroc! The Democrat carries identic sow from J. R B. Kidd. the same paper and t..J to (II it This in noMncro"J'. uinif:r'f TrtT': rtA Alice B. Stockhr.r.i, H. D. 'Yl,itM. mtn-ifn.pii-1 tv franklr. ' i l IwVt. ,rt N. Y.. UW u a ! Bland a.r ft I th Mllaf of r .oi'.i-alin. f r tlii una "I I innsilT iM"r ' ' '"' "" ndphcir.lilicoli-niiii!!"f tlnwluat n I li: y nourlililtii.ftr-tiucl.i i. llic n, rvo I' it fircfcraMa to r.l ; bl at nr nIM ". U-mir motu Unheal. It it inTtlutl.lt (of children. wruoitllT WhM flrrt WUIM. Tht tbn a tulunlarjr tod unf.liclli J taatiinoieal on iitrf 01 of T WSMRT tutt WK ii I nil i."ni.n If jour (rrnoer dOM not lnvo it. tend u lm unit tod j jour order w will ft u thtl you are U wl. The genuine made only bjt 1 FRAN KLIN Ml LLC CO., LOCKOUT. N.T. i cally the same paper I script type ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 January 1903

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. 1903 NO 41 Missouri Legislature. The Forty-Second General Assembly Convened at Noos. Wednesday. The officers of the Senate and House as selected by the Dem ocratic caucus are given below: Caucus Nominees of the 'Senate. President Pro Tern Thomas T. Rubey of Macou. Secretary Cornelius Roach of Jasper cuunty. Assistant Secretary R McClintic of Monroe. Chaplain W. T. Perry Jackson. Sergeant-at-Arms John Stevens of Dent.. Doorkeeper J, Ed. Crum baugh of Dent. Official Reporter Charles E Dewey of Cole. Folder C. H. Col ley of laski. Assistant Folder Mrs. Knaup. Pages Giover Dowell Lewis county, Johnnie P lins of St. Louis, Raymond chanau of Moniteau, -Bland Mit. chell of Greene and Champ Ferrell of Pike. The Jefferson City Tribune was selected as the official pub lication of the Senate. Monroe City, the Queen of the Prairies. s. of M. Pu Ada of Col- Bu- I - : fe'S-"-. JJ Shelby, Marion CoWTlC. Missouri w - o Cauces...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 January 1903

Wafted from The Keys. The m w thousand dollar baby gram! piMiio had just been mov ed Id. The family had proper ly excl med over it, and none away. J he piano was just, be ginning ; notice that the room was t teautiful one and the lurnlttin of a quality seldom seen 10 wad ays. "WelJ, t'lB glad." .. .is saying lO itselt. "thai this i, I should judge, a very good f.uniiy, and that we Jive rii Hie 'south side,'" when it was interrupted by a soft in Ring sort of siyh. "Now what In the n.ime of all that'.- good is that phew!" it almost whistled, "vintage of 1812. or Via out of tune. Say old Chap, where did you spring from?" The odd little piano In the corner began to talk. "Real ly," it murmured, In a soft, gur'lin tone, "I suppose it is my place to welcome you to this house, where I have live so many happy, happy year. I can only hope that you will he as happy as 1 have been.' i "Tbank you, thank you," an were J the handsome young grand. ' shall do my best I don'l suppose they'll try rag...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 January 1903

Try Strean for a shave. Dr. Horn hack, Oculist Aurist, Hannibal. Mo. and A good Short Horn Bull will mdks the season atT. H. Ball's. Henry Begley paid Ihe DEMO CRAT a delightful llttlo visit on the 2nd. Mr. ami have been Nevada. Mrs. II Mr. and Mrs. P. S spent New Years Quir.cy friends 15. Mu. Id friends in Wleaheart I day with Miss Ida Kirhy went to Mon roe City Wednesday to visit her brother, R. E. Kirhy and fami ly. Stoutsville Banner. Mis Ada Lancraft, of the Gem City, spent the latter part oftha week in this City with her friend. Boulware. Miss Anna McPlke Miss Mottle F.iliott, formerly ue of Monroe's young ladies, but now of Qulncy, spent the Christmas tide and New Year with friends in the city. Miss 8a rah Jackson, of Wood land, is the guest of her broth er, Gns Jackson. MonroeAnderi- id was a bust ness visiter m 'lie capttol of Marion, Friday. I. Nute Atterberry, of Madi ison was a business visitor in the city Tbursdi y. R. R. Sclirest, ot Kansas City, is the guest of his si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 January 1903

THE: DEMOCRAT V. ... KOUSK, K-litor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. First Baptist. been making their home. While , Regular services Sunday by there the parishon-rs took pos-1 the Pastor. Subject Sunday Ion of their borne, lighted' TI-.RVS $1.00 PI:K YfiAK tntered M tl'; pom ofTm-ai Monroe City, Mo. I a, perouri-class matter. ILLIPMOM NO. THURSDAY. .1 AN. U 1908 the house ui lit for a wedding feast, started the fires to roar ing and then sent for the Shep herd and his better half. When they arrived at their bone they found a light heart I ed. happy lot of people bent on ! making them happy and coin ! fortable. For In storming the Rectory, instead of Galling, guns, tliey used Hour, groceries, rocking chairs and other useful i ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. morning: "Power of Truth." In the evening: "What of the N w Year?" llev. Dr. I. W. Head began his work as tutor of the Sacred history class of La Grange Col lege Monday. The services at lie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 January 1903

1YM A N AllHOTT, Editor. H. W . 'Mahik, Associate Editor. Buy noise Richelieu cost from Rhodes. Ja i r at I DAWSONBRISTOW Can Corn Rhodes. Doion fromM The Jut look Newspapers and Magazine in one. Published Evtry Saturday. Price Three DollarM a Year Mrs. J. R. Pe.itufT, of OolUlfl biii. accompanied iy ler It US hand, Mas been ill'? tflMfSt if l i ii" ls in t he cit ' ir oceries Rhode H I f r. I Kead the Outlook Because it is the best all round magazine in the country " "Because each number is worth an armful Ol newspapers. "' Letters from two MllMOfMMM. We make choice farm loans ut 5 per cent interest. , tf Davenport . Co. Mrs. J F. Brown and twi charming little daugfll era spent last Wednesday in 'he count rv PORTRAITS FROM LIFE -OF MARK TWAIN. STEADMAM, E E HALE, ALDRICH. HOW ELLS, IIIGGINSON. Drawn in pastel by Alfred Houghton Clark. Each portrait printed on plate paper 9x11 icches, suitable for fraurng and enclosed in a handso me portifolio. Price one dollar. PIN A CNE'EOLLAR BIL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 January 1903

3 JANUARY V " i 2 3 m Cromer-Bird. C:omer isn't a bird, but a bird is now a Cromer. .1 W Cromer and Mrs. Emma Bird concluded that another year should not j;iss over their heads and Bnd them trotting down liffs Inntf in ftlngle har lies;, so on Wednesday after noon the last day and last after noon in 1902, they approached the hymenial altar at Judge W. B. Stevens, with the result that both aie now quietly grail ug in the same pasture. Congratula i iocs are In order Railroad Time Tables. Burlington Route. .Ill Twin Daily lixrrpt nil Othrrwim- Af. Dally 1 lx, 'it Hominy. Trnii Mo , MONROE CITY TRAIN 8KHVI0K. ArrlTe. THi; DEMOCRAT w. .i. house .iH-ir. it cms ;f,oO " v DU-re rV.rf it M ... ! . tni rjlEP'.IONS NO. THURSDAY. JAN it I'.H.Ii Ed MrAiee. i,i Ponftac. HI., Las I i en spending t, week in the ti' v v il h old friend. John Nolen, editor of tne La Grange Indicator, apeni Sun day iu the city with the home folk. Oscar I). Ymintr. of souMi the city, has concluded to see Sinn-- t the o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 January 1903

correspondent, gentlemen hfl ed as to oee or in. Preeh ent Wives .aftl Mothers of our Presidents. Editor Constitution: "Bill Arp,'" in ins letter to your last Sunday's edition, ' reply to a I request from ome cbptf fori the IMKMtf tl the mothers and wives tin presidents, gave them a partial M. For the sake of t:.i-- hbtin 1 wish to state th i' IIP in. tat interesting a nd excellent I bi en misinform two facts there lames Madison's mother u. i iss Nelly Hose Conwav. nod n t Fanny Taylor. Thomas; Jffers in married Miss Martha' SUel ton and not Mar tha Wales. A odrew Jackson married Miss K ichel liobards. and not Rachel Do-nelson; if I am correct. (Jeorge Washing ton married the Widnv Custis and not Curtis For the edification of those who are Interested in this mat ter, I give below a list of such as I have beeu able to procur.e, after a careful investigation for some months: George Washington Mother, Mary Ball; wife. .Mrs. Martha Dandridge Custis. iJohn Adams Mother, Susan na Boylston...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 January 1903

I.inwood Links. . I Road II in till vicinity ate al-f most Impassable. Be boo I opened at Lin wood Monday, after a weeks vaca- twin .J HARRY DANIEL S MINOR- Elder Sam Buckner, of Can ton. ttiled his regular appoint men I at Ariel Saturday nlgln anil Sunday. Sudd u' I) Alexander and sister Zora, of New Lcndon. visited friends in tins vicinity during the holidays, Misses Emma and Nora Mc Cann and Mrs. Eva Teller o( this place, visited relatives and friends In Sunny Side last week. Hurt Yea.', r. of Hydesbutg, Was transac' ntf business on these parts i f tirf of the w ek. Mrs. Fo-i of near this place, is amoi . he sick. The oyster stiver in the hall at Hatch Thursday night for the benefit "i Ariel church, was 3 success. Charley Dwire and wife, who bave been visiting relatives in Illinois, refumed iMine Sunday Otis Gibbons and wife of this place, gave their many friends a play party at their home Tues day (fight Lester Keit h ley t and wife, of St. Eitjuis. spent the holidays with t.iei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 January 1903

1 1 Monro e City Democrat. fVOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JANUARY 15. 1903 NO 42 ITEMS E:R9M FARA1ERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- Harvey Gray and estimable wife have moved loto th sir new and modern home on the farm. Last week one of the Monroe City poultry dealer was buying dressed turkeys at Holliday, Stoutsville and Paris for 12c when the same concern was paying 14c for live turkeys in this city. Oh, yes, :.l you want top prices for anything, Monroe City is the place to Bell. Harry A McOhntic has bought 8 mules and a horse from Dick McClintic at Rush lull of hogs l Sharp & Gray. "2 cars of sheep: A. H. Green, 8 cars of bay and 0 of corn; Ed Yates, 5 cars of hiyj Monroe City Mill ing Co., Ill cars of corn. Total 88 cars. ADOUT THE CHURCHES. T " lon at VVithers Min yester day. ilays sold a Dice to Bryor, i ; o. Tliomaa Yati ij gentleman 4 bead . iS. Haydi n black ui ' Hamilton, sold the s of good he W. II. Elliott has baled hit bay crop ,nd shi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 January 1903

A SILFNT PARTNER, Mr. Timothy Foley broke bit leg ly railing Ot) the icy pave-j ot, a nd an hour later lie was id the hospital. The emporium! was left hi charge of Mrs. Foley i and ber young son. William, i wiio was i gbt years old. Tli' U bad helped dellvei ' papers, .1 nov thai Ills father vms liu the I ispltal hi' found that he could 1 1 1 get the dailies to every house in time lor; breakfast. The hanker who lived it; the big house, ami the; dry good merchant who had a borne on tin- avenue, and the diamond dealer who went early every morning to business, said tbat tli' y really must have I lie 1 r papers on time, and as there were several mornings when they .had to get 10 the train without any they told another newsdealer to bring them. The trade. ot the Foley emporium was becoming less every day, and when things were at their worst the landlord came for his rent. "You owe two mouths' rent.'' said Mr. Biggs. Yes. 1 but altbougb we are slow, you will get it very soon, for within t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 January 1903

Stole the Dog and Unbbits. Ask fid .lacksou about a lost dog and rabbits and lie is mum. while the same question will cause a twinkle to come into his brother Neal's eye. They were rabbit bunting to gether and killing more than was easily carried, they dropped them in B bunch on the snow and continued up the branch. Pretty soon the dog was miss ing. Then Neal went back for the rabbits and to his work. When In ; rrived where the rabbits were left, they had tlis appeared as mysteriously as the dog had done, but he saw some strange tracks there. ll continued on his way to worl and sometime afterwards h saw Ed with the big bunch rabbits and the dog. When Ed was asked wher the "dog goned" to and when the rabbits had been, fid asked: Didn't you Bee those tracks V Well, 1 followed them to a white man's house -and told bim L wanted my rabbits. He saiil he hadn't seen them and while 1 was roasting him. I heard Tlge bark in the smoke house. Holy smoke, but that gave the whole deal dead away f...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 January 1903

THE DEMOCRAT v. .1. not; 4E, :. liuir. it. f. HlkgON, City Rditor. ratMi $1,00 '" VLA KBtsroa stths i ot nil -f t Modi h ' M-cou'l-nl ,. hi for. fELEPHONE NO. THURSDAY. .IAN. II 14 Mwnrd W. Bok (In Success Like many aspiring youths, Edward W. Bok turned to one who had been brilliantly suc cessful lor t he password which would open to him the golden gate He asked Chauucey De pew what was the secret of suc cess. "My boy," replied th ; genial diplomat, there is no secret to it. it is just dig, dig." That the hint was taken can be judged from the position Mr. Bok now holds. Being called upon to relate how he had succeeded so strikingly Mr. link told the. story. In the course of his lecture on The Keys to Success" (which is given in ex tenso in Modern Eloquence," from which we iu le) he shows marked ability lor crystallizing fact into epigram, as can be seen from the following ex amp It s: Every young man who is trying to succeed must put suc cess in its rightful, simple place. To carry ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 January 1903

I KS4KXXXXXXXMKKIXXKXKXKXKXXX5J 8 Announcement. Attend Lev' Mark Down 8 We desire to announce to the public, that We luve purcliased the interest: of James T. Umstattd in tne drug firm of Vfoi d dt Umstattd. and In the future the huflh est will be run under the firm name of Wood Bros. It is without any decree of a pptetienslon whatever, that we takecharge of this important business, as we feel that we thoroughly undtrsland the wants of the people in this line. It shall be our studious care and aim to maintain in every respect the reputation of the OLD RELIABLE DRUGSTORE, which for thirty-four years worked with zealous care tobuildupan honorable business by disp msing the purest of drus and selling every thing else in the drug line at reasonable, popular prices. Trusting that we shall be permitted to serve you when anything is needed in our line, we remain, Yours Respectfully, 0 x ;? 0 The Century Club will Wednesday 8:80, Jan, 81, Mrs, A Jaeger, Jr. meet wit It rv 0, jri 0'A Thomas ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 January 1903

far-' - m way - Pf-J; WMI 9 JANUARY n l!9(2C W 2324 '1 17 . go "THAT ItASTS OF JANUARY WOULD (LOV YOU THPODGMANO THROUGH " TM EMOCRAT s .C'intic w;is capitol of w inder if his (MX BoMtor. ! .7 V I- AW Cm.' tlie !. offloeftt Mmiroo oily -. m l bIbm natter. TELnPIH.M: NO. it TBI RSDAY. JAN 15. 190J Hon W coiirl ii a In 'I Marl n. Morula wile known it. After a pleasant visit with tlie hotnefolkfl In this city, Mr. and Mis. I). T. Keith have re turned to their home in Cotton Riant. Ark. H C. Wright, of Monroe City, was a visitor in the Burlington shops yesterday. He expects to net employment here. Han ii i ha 1 Journal. A Most Liberal Offer. All our farmer readers .should Like advantage of the unpre cedented cluobing offer we this If )e.r mfcke, wliicil includes with tins paper, Tlie Live fcstock l. uic-u.r, ii- .Special Farmers'! I iii.-5tti.ute I'i litiOUS tnd The Pool ui , Farmer. These three pub ications are the best ui their C . --S ailU bllOlira be ill every faitnhume, To thein we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 January 1903

A WIDOW OF PENSIONS A Ralls Cmiiuy Lady Received Three Distinct Pensions From Govern ment. Mrs. Malidda Mathews is a widow, and ir'-.ii'. in Ralls county una -i.v i seven miles south ol Mew Lond to, hut Bhe is very succ 1 ul id the way of receiving pensions. Her ttrsi husband waa named Bollinger who serve", n the civil war and is said to have been a brave soldier. Some jear alter Un close of the war Mr. llo linger died and the widow received a pension of 12,000! but in the meantime she married a man named Mathewa and the pen sion was divided among her four children Her second husband was also an old soldier and a pensioner, and after his death the widow drew a pension of $1,100 under what is known as the new law. Last week she was granted an other pension of j8 per month under the old law, on the death of her second husband, malting three separate and distinct pen sions that she has been granted on the death of her two hus bands. She is still a widow, i but it is said that she would...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 January 1903

f I Kindly Remember, fir I have purchased the Saddle and (ft Buggy business from Charles M. Sullivan and would like to meet all of his friends fir and have a chance to make friends for ( myself. k Rex Gobel will manage the business, ff and Edward Fink, whom everyone knows, will remain with me. Yoisrs Truly, Be mass n cini I clij Obiir e' ti tin an ret i , i; VTCH, ;r Sul livan will read sh 1 reek Sunday, mli fr "M ttlls vi iradi wttll your vi and wife r turn I viile I on i v dt. vlr. Davis OK THE PIER. BY JOM.X h. k . He m i-.; i iny iloae at the end of tit long, Ligii pier that Mamie dim above tba tielc (hat hint rambling alng tba I'oronado beech. The tow-banglnfl moon ai hii back made the far BpauUu ialandi look Deaf and wliiic between the luminoui green "i tlm tangled vea and the purple-blue ol to star spattered k.v. Tba thin pier creaked n iu trail ipiudlea .t ileal as. the mile-long surge.-, rolle-.! thundering on the tawny abore bemud htii.. aru! he did nut hear her footateps,...

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