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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 January 1903

1 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22. 1903 NO 43 RIDING A FREE HORSE. A Few of the I liings Expected From a Local Paper. funeral. Sorry I can't give you UgQUT THE CHURCHES. ta uny news. jioou-uuy Carroll tdQ (Texas) News: Peoj.lt: sometimes decline to subscribe for their home paper for the reason that they al ready take several papers pub lisbed in New York or else where. Yet these same people often ask and receive favors from the local papers, while none ate receh -dor expected from the far-off journal. When they wish to express gratitude for kindly assistance during sickness or misfortune, the local paper is asked to pub lish a card of thanks. When they wish to have a supper or reception of any kind, the local paper is asked to give it a free notice. When a public meeting is to be held for any purpose, they want the local paper to give it due publicity. When they want their town boomed, so as to increase the value of their property they call ...

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. — 22 January 1903

I Try Tea ca rr Dr. Allris J. Gi visitor day Di . Hun i v a shave. et your fflcS BRIDGES NOT TO report ok. Oculist To. ind Burn, But Bridges Non Approachable On Account Of Roads. iqua was a business w London. Thurs- i i N--I oi Hannibal it i" tier sistei. Dr. cNell. Mr- la I re , itari if Mu Id spent the l.c.t week with P.ihnvra. A Bottoms, of California, bas bttn tbe K.ueat of friends a t: d real iv' in the city. Mrs. I i W wTne left Thurs day for Quincy to visit her datifl. shall ;.. Mrs. Thornton Mar- Misses Lizzie VanNoy and Sallio Thurman, of Warren, havt l n ii visiting their friend, Mrs. William Lee. 'Mr and Mrs. L. M. Redman and Horace Kept expect to take a trip to Oregon about the middle of uext month. If i are looking for something to lighten the bard work incident to washday, try 'Maple city Self-Wash ing Soap, and it will be awelooras visitor ti) your home ever after wards. Misses Laura Riley, of Perry, and EQmma Riley, of Holens head, Mo., are the guests of their brothe...

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. — 22 January 1903

Wit And Wisdom From New Book From the Kra Magazine. The man who is weakend in welldoing by the ingratitude of others is serving God on a sala ry basis. 'Tlit Power of Truth.'' Philosophy is primarily a matter of food; st.-c nidarily. a matter of clothe-.: it does not concern the head at all "Two Thousand Miles on an Automo bile." Ambitious peopie must al w ays be disappointed people. "Fame for a woman.'' There is no such certainty of knowledge on all subjects as one holds at 1H and at 80. "Capt. Macklin." The best kind of courage often comes from a f ul 1 stomach. "Capt. Macklin." Half the trouble of this troubled world comes from the fact that, for one reason or an other, women are not able to look up to the man with whom they have dealings. "The Vul tures." Love is like honey; it must be taken in sips; one must not swim in it. ' The i'harao and the Priest." Nine times out of ten a woman falls through love, and she must be reached by love if she is to be restored. "Down in Water St...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 January 1903

THE DEMOCRAT W.j. ROUS K, Editor. H. F. hlXtiON, CltJ Editor. TRRftiS Si.oo VVM V AH I i.lercd M the p o t OflVM at Monfot lily, Mo. m imin.l.i 'ii i atti-r. lELEPUOM. NO. it THURSDAY. JAN. 22. 1009 GERMANS TRY TO Force Passage Into Venezuelan Harbor. Cruiser Panther Repulsed. Things are again getting de cidedly hot in the British. (!er man and Venezuelan Imbraglio. Tlie Panther forced its way to the entrance of Lake Marac ibo and began to shell Fort San Carlos. The fort replied with its force of four guns and made things too hot for the Panther to hold its position. She steamed away in a crippled condition. The fort suffered no damage and had only three men wounded by the Panther's shells. Wc Don't Think. Major Howell, of Atlanta, j Oa.f and President Orr, of the; Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, j have star-ted in to raisr 20.000 j to advertise Atlanta and1 Georgia. About all of the ad verlising Hits city and vicinity has ever gotten was through! the 1; mocrat, it furnishing the1 .......

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 January 1903

CLOSING OUT SALE! Having decided to make a change in my business, I will offer my entire stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Queensware, Fixtures, etc. at cost, or will soli all at once at a discount. will keep up my stock of SUGAR, COFFEE & FLOUR Until my stock is sold. Here is your chance to get goods at whole sale prices. You must come quick if you want to get any of these goods, as my time limit is very short. G, M. NICHOLS. J. W. Johnston has been laid up tins week with Die lumbago. Jobtl Yates is attending to business in Kiowa, Kan., this week. Misses Laura and Allies Dell spent Monday witli Bluff City friends. E. W. Myers is reported Verj ill witli heart trouble and plieu monia. Call P. Smith, of Quincy. spent Sunday in the city Witt) the homefolks. Judge Kline, of Hydesburg, was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. Sam Christian of Center was circulating among old friends in the city Thursday. P. Yancy Tfaelhcff, of Hanoi bal. spent Suuday in the city w i th a Prairi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 January 1903

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. noUS , Rdltor. R, B". BIXSON, City Kditr.r. TIR.MS $I,00!,'KR Vl ,U' i t. r. b- tho piat n(Tii i Bl HOofO Oltji Mo. as ser.nml-rl-.Kfc irmttef, Till PIMM: NO. THURSDAY, .IAN. 22. 1908 That Hannibal Great l.cvee. Hani lhal, Mo . -Ian. '15. The work nf making the preliminary Biirvi for the proposed levee to protect the bottom lands north of the city from the overflow of the Mississippi river, is now being made by EL 0. Sheets, of Palmyra, who secured the con tract for the work. Mr. Sheet;', has several assistants and will finish his surveys probably this week. The county court will pass j upon the matter at its regular meeting in February- Com missioners will he duly appoint I ed at that time. The appoint-1 ments will be made by the; court but the landowner! will' be conferred with regarding! the matter. The levee will reclaim over 11,000 acresof si me of the finest land in the slate. The esti mated cost is about 8or(10 per acre. According toprcsr-nt arrangements lb...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 January 1903

WHAT A LIE. An Editor Says It Takes Money to Rim a Newspaper. "It news . Ne (Wl a w h prov C)C8 a clin I gin 'j B'Gi child dfjfeai wher be ii and Hie It pap. new lati and and new -1 ens . rou 1 1 to ru are 1 thai edit soci; W OlOlii pay - money to ."St. John run a (Kan.) i exaggeration; what it lias been dis liousaod times? it 'a a of airy fancy. It is le Institution) a beg ern, highway robber. : he newspaper is a . in; air, a creature of a It can tro on and on. v other concern would PMt 40 hmi1d he handl of a receiver ud ii)) with cobwebs in low. s. wind to run a news it takes pall to run a ; p r. It takes a scintil acrobatic Imagination, H a d izen white sbirls railroad pass to run a tjier. But money heav- Belsy and sax hands who ever needed money newspaper! Kind words medium of exchange 10 tiie business for the kind words and church tickets. The Woman of Forty. The woman of 40 is under dis cussion again. Ah, wit) we never get throug h with this delightful subject. Will the women ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 January 1903

BEAUTIFUL WEDDING. Of hticrCMSl To Two Stales Happy Couplt Gone One of Lite prettiest ol lite many pretty home weddinifN occurred lat evening .it 8s80 a i i ni Mr. a i;d VI rs Thornton Mnddox, lite blushing tweet bride being the niece ol Mm Mnddox At the wltchioi hour Hie hpide Mrs. Minnie Low gowned i a handsome tan Ilk and leaning on the arm of the ha me groom. 0. H. WMliugham entered the parlors fn iv ed iy the bridesmaid, Mrs. Minna1 Morrawitc gown e.i i wlii organdy and the groomsman, J T. Biakey. The ceremony was performed y Rev. I. W. Read. Alter th ceremony a sump tu his u .... ; supper was served. 'J 'V took the nigh I train for ieit future huine, Di'las, T x .. s Relatives from a distance attending the wedding were, Mesdames Sue Whaley, ol Han- ni .I . iMl Minnie Ivelsu. of Mexico, air Arthur Graves, of Camp Point. III. roe City, visited her daughter, Mrs Bernie S.indifer Thursday. Mrs. 0. K Col vert and little 00 spent last week" with her p rents near Warren. 0. R. Evans ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 January 1903

I Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29. 1903 NO 44 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Rev. H. P. Davis of St. Louis, was in the city with friends and relatives Saturday. Catholic The season of Lent with its sackcloth ;uid ashes is ap proaching. The forty days of fasting and other religious ob servances will bigin this year on February 25 and continue until April 19. The former is the date of Asb Wednesday, the first day of the Lenten period, and the latter, Easter Sunday, the feast of the Resur rection. April 10 Is Holy Thursday and the following day, Good Friday. The regulation! prescribed In the churches for the observing of the season of Lent will not differ materially thisyear from those of last. As usual special services win . e held in the various churches, especially those of Episcopalian and Catholic denominations. Instructions for tbe season of abstinence from pleasures and devotion tt, , rayers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 January 1903

The Apprccinlion of a Mother's L0Vt. It was in October and all the trees were clothe 1 In fold an. I brown at i I trge farm in Wood land County in Kentucky near a small i wn by the name of Oltdenvlile ti this town there was a general merchandise stor". a 'ii n store and some few othei plac?H of business. A rr i load ran t lirough Glide vi I e and on leaving the town to the east yon found a billy Country tor a mile or SO I then you came to a level conn-' try with .t small cluster of trees occasion . I ly, About three miles east of OlidesviMe was a large farm that belonged to Henry Lester j Une ilay he was a rich man having come to this country from kngland With his father ami mother. His father bought this farm and lived on it until his death. His mother died a year after her husband leaving Henry alone. Henry was then twenty one yearsold. He1 fell heir to this farm ami a good size sum of money lor Ilia father was a close man but good to li is neigh bors. Two years alter his mothers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 January 1903

F. C. and American Beauty Corsets "You'll never KnoT what "Corset Com fort" renlly means until you hav) worn a ptiir of tHe?o celebiroted Corsets. This WARRANT witK every pair "Money refunded after Four "WceKV Trial if corset is not Satisfactory" ) 4 I Kalamazoo Corset Company, MaKers KALAMAZOO, MICH. FOR SALE BY J. B. ANDERSON. WHEN SHORT ON Refinement, Men Become Monkeys For the Lack Of It. For Why lie is a Bachebr The editor of the LiGrange Indicator Is a handsome bache lor something less than forty years old. and is a young man who has hitherto excelled many ol his bachelor friends in prduence and sobriety. He h is been guilty of gross imprudence and lack of foresight that was rash and inexcusable as a deed that is characteristic only of confirmed old bachelors who are always pulling the wrong string and forfeiting the best opportunity to become bene dicts. According to the Indica tor, here is what Kro. Nolen said he did : "Men should be careful about how '.they pull at some thi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 January 1903

THE DEMOCRAT w. j. itousi:, Editor. It. i HIXBON, cttjf Editor. tottrcd t the pot oflle t MOntOS City, Mo. as M IQO0dlMt mutter. rH-EPfiONK NO. II THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 1008 ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmer, For Fanmn And Ptrtainlng To Farmers- 0 O. Nitchman returned to liis old home Dear Lucas, Iowa, for his drill testing tools They are prospecting lor coal and oil. lie will first drill a well for himself. U. .1. Davis has selected 40 bead of cattle out of a bunch of 60 and is now feeding them When .John Kendrick isn't buying one thing it is something else. lie has piled on the ground at llassard 2.000 bushels of corn, waiting for cars to ship it in. During the past few days he has bought 600 bushels from John Jarman, f00 from W. H Wadsworth, 2 cars of cord wood from Steve Kendrick and from .1. S. Able (5 hogs. ii from V. J. Kendrick. 0 from "C. H amner,. 3 from Joe Boarmati, 2 from Joe Gray, a cow from Joe Gray and a cow from John Smith. H. 15. Mudd has sold a span of fancy roadsters to ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 January 1903

SPECIAL SALE Dr. W. W. Ritchey's address is 2710 Prospect Ave., Kansas City, Mo. tf. We will have Mr. Smith with us Friday, January 30 With his big line of H Spring Wraps, Ladies Suits and Seperate Skirts i 0 If you are interested in any of these garments it will pay yon to See This Nice Line Sincerely, jj J, J. Rogers. 0 Hon. Pat Cochlin, Mayor of Hassard, was in Mobei ly, Sat urday. Elmer Vaughn, of Quincy, spent Sunday in the city with friends. Will Stephens, came down from Brevier, Sunday to visit the homefolks. R. S. McClintic came over from Jefferson City Saturday to circulate among friends. O. T. Guthrie, of Paris was circulating among his many friends in this city Saturday. Miss Mollie Hawskins, of Hannibal, has been the guest of her friend, Miss Lenna Evans H. E. Gilfillen and Dr. Nita McNeil, of Hannibal, spent the Sabbath in the city witli the latters sister, Dr. Agnes McNeil. J. E. Brown, was a business visitor in Macon. Tuesday. J. P. Patton p m, spent Tues day with his...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 January 1903

FEBRUARY : j s mtwtfs I : I 1 12 3 4 5 6 rll 1 ( 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 til) ! V 15 16 17 18 19 ZC 21 ; ?Z 23 Z4 25 26 27 28 TRUCKLIIN administration Railroad Time Tables. Roosevelt May Be Strenous, May Have Back Bone, But Where Is It? Dr I ! n back. ( vulist ati Auri:. nibal, J 1 Mrs frank C. Sinedley, nl C'liit : i- lite tfiieel of her sis tei. Mr .1 L. Lynn. U. -I ! 1 i , i rln ui hler, Mifis ettn, rf EStnden, were sin j per li 1 1- ri j 'Pi urda v. .1 ii T. CMark 'lefeated Jus K. .1 i i In- I' s. Senate. in An -. ' ;i i ote nf 77 to 62. C. ( 1 N ; i en, i f Hannibal, v ; f i 1 i i i ."-s j 'it. i i or in t lie city M i"i m-h . Mr i1 iwi M rs Joi n Whitecntten oisiii'.. were nhoppera In me city Tlini Klay. 1;m N1os 'i Hnmiewell. was a business vi.-ittn in t'.e city Saturday. Jatneb 'i'. UaiMaltd. was a business vihi'or In th- Itluff City , Sa t urilaj Mr and Mrs Alex Melsun and MitH Miickey McOlintic were Quir.cy visitors Saturday. Mrs Me son wenl over to consult an OCCUlist, for she...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 January 1903

In the Council Grove Repub lican this item, credited Ex; ap pears: Southern Kansas is oil crazy. A certain farmer found what lie thought whs oil in a well on his place He got a bottle of it and at the first op portunity sen: it I his con gressman to have it analyzed. A telegram from the govern ment chemist soon came: Find no trace of oil. You have struck paragotic." The farmer had got the wrung bottle when he sent it to the congressman. Female Weakness Cured. I was troubled with severe female weakness for over wix months. I was treated by six very prominent Physi cians without any marked benefit. My last doetor was a skilled speeialist and he told me theonly hope lay in an operation, f heard of Smith s Sure Kidney Cure and after using it for one month I find myself cured, and even the doetor who last treated me now pronounces mo well. Mrs. .1 U Paver Atlanta, Oa. Price 50 cents and $1.00 For sale by J. J. Pitzpatriek. The Linn County Kepublicau says: The steel range sharks are opera...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 January 1903

r.T wr t t -v wc nave upcncd up a P Music and Sewing Machine Room Sj n a R I i jflj ORANGE BLOSSOMS, V Mr U D 4hl - I Ml.. T n i vi i. aiiu itiims i ci cm i '.mill ii i AMcnu uie inn ni nammony. ' mm M EHfc I iXj ' B-?v Commercial Hotel .1 I). Lindsley, Factory Redresentatlve tor A (J. Smitli. of Kansas City, will place some of their Spmple Pianos in our store and will only be litre for eight or ten days. If yam are thinking of haying a Piano it will pay you to call and tee him, We will sell very close for cash or can glVS you EASY PAYMENTS. cn't fail to see and examine our uiizk of goads while they arc in your city. Ely & Korte. H B S 5 i y! 5 tfficcjggjggggg8 See George Sidi r for paint ing ir paper h riL'tni Corn is Kim. in M issouri. it i M Isa Rui I) Brow n eil from (he s. p i iii ace i nt of h r hi i gome states, Pr n Minister. return- at Fulton Fe Wl! For Sale Bills, Dodgers etc. j,ro to the DEMOCR U OFHCE and for a Jim Dandy Auctioneer scj Col. W. T. Yoti''il. J. A. lers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 February 1903

5 '. . ...' Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAYS FEBRUARY 5, 1903 NO 45 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. nteresting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Rev. T. A. Clagett was a vis itor in the City of Ilowers, Friday QRev. E. Gill has been offered the pastorate of the East Bap tist Church at Louisville, Ky . The church raised their offer to 12,000 and it is thought he will accept. Later, he has accept ed. Rev. H. iMcClintic. of Shelbi na, has been the guest of his nephew, Jasper McClintic. Father D. W Kendrick, pas tor of St. Vincent de Paul's Church, Ninth and Park avenue fell from a moving train in E I Paso, Texas, Saturday morning and was almost instantly kill ed. News of Fr. Kendrick's deat h was received in telegram to one of the other priests at St. Vincent's. Father Kendrick was return ing from Los Angeles. Cal., where he had been sent on special church busiuess. He had stopped at El Paso to visit bis niece at that place. Father Kendrick was born in Ire...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 February 1903

At Sunset. It isn't t lie thing you tin. dear, It's the thing you leave un done, Which Rives yon a bit of heart ache At the setting of the KIM. The tender word forgot ti i The letter yon did not w rite, Tbe flower you might have sen l. dear Are your hau iting . Iio ta at night. Margaret Ji. Sangster. CAUSIi OF THUNDER. To the Editor of the Scientific Americii n : At the risk of advancing a theory which rn.iy have been al ready proven by meteorologists I wish to make a suggestion in regard to the cause of thunder. Upon inquiry among the men with whom I am associated, 1 tind that our various colleges have given us all practically the same instruction on this point, namely, that thunder is due to th-' closing up of a vacu um formed in t he air by the passage of t he lightning, sup posedly owing to the violent mutual repulsion of similarly electritied molecules. If this is correct, we have only the press ure ol the air at IS pounds per square inch to account for the deafening roar of a ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 February 1903

We Have Opened up a Music and Sewing Machine Room gj Ml SOME BRIGHT JEWELS 0 Worth Reading from the Atlanta ItltUllOfl, Commercial Hotel H R n n A A w n A J. D. Llndsley, A. G. Smith, of ol their Sptnple only be here for r thinking of call ami set cash oi can Factory Redreseutative lor Kansas City, will place tome Pianos In our store and will hi or tell Mays. 1 1 yon are buying a Piano it will pay you to him, We Will sell very close for jive you H. g Ely & Korte. 3 TO BE COMMITTED. injunction to privilege ol restrain braying EASY PAYMENTS, Don't fail to see and examine our stock of crowds while they arc in your city. Wanting not the wealth I see Wealth is still a glover; Sunshine's good enough fot me- Thmi mv soul's in clover! Happy, whereso e'er I tread Song of my joy expressing; Deeming every crust of bread Worthy of a blessing. Though the red thorns seek to slay, Still there's joy a living; And tht Dark I dream away, And the Light's thanksgiving! Wc fiive Them Away. We are fu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 February 1903

THE DEMOCRAT n110' True h,Btoryte',s a ! other story, one of State Sov ereignty. Just what the south I always claimed. W. J. KOU8E, Editor. K. F. i liXSQNi City Editor. Filtered M Uo p l of.c nt Monroe City, Mo. its Be i:nl- i it h matter. FELL-PliOM NO. THURSDAY. FEB. B, 1903 WHY THE U. S. Government Failed To Try President Jefferson Dais For Treason. At t tie ('amp fire of Cotlfed erates, northern men laud Southerners and Southern men laud Northerners. Oratorical flowers and histo ry was woven together by Charles Francis Adams, of Massachusetts. In memory of Robt, E. Lee and Henry Water son responded with a tribute to Abraham Lincoln. But the important third toast was rendered by William Hep burn Russell, formerly of Mo. and commissioner of accounts of New York City. Important, because it clearly shows why President Jefferson D&vis and his cabinet were not tried for treason. It shows clearly that though at that period the blood was hot and many radical acts committed, there wa...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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