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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 March 1903

Try Ground Mussel Shell for your fowls. Wood Buos. Mrs. A. M. Pinks and child ren are spending the week with the home folks in Quincy. Hess's Stock and Poultry food is guaranteed. Woou Buos. J. E. Edwards of Nance Co., Neb., is visiting relatives in the city. Try Ground Oil Cake for your Horses and Cattle. Wood Buos. Dr. McMasters took in the Gem City Monday. Dr. W. W. Ritchey's address is 2710 Prospect Ave., Kansas City, Mo. tf. 1 ---ss)-'--;-5 s)-i5 IfK New Giods ! spring HAVE YOU SEEN THEM AT WILLIAMSON'S Red Seal Ginghams, Mercerized Oxfords, Chantung Silk, Laces, Embroideries, Etc., Pettiest you ever saw. Ii. L. Martin was a business visitor in the City of Flowers, Monday. Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs for sale, 80 cents per setting. Mus. OlLIE Wilson. William Patterson was a business visitor in Quincy, Monday. for a Highest prices are paid poultry and eggs, hides, etc. Balzer & Diuigo's. For Sale Bills, Dodgers etc. go to the DEMOCR 4 T OFFICE and for a Jim Dandy Auctioneer se...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 March 1903

J.,;; Hk ( 1 LA M 1 MARCH S M T W T F S I I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 11 1 The Philippine Tariff- Chicago Journal (Itep): The president's special message to tlie senate urging the passage of tlte Philippine taritT bill ouyht to he heeded and acted upon. There Is no reason why the extraordinary high tariff that now hampers the trade of the Filipinos with this country should be maintained. It crip pies them and does us no good, for all trade between us and the islands languishes and is un profitable. There it is and from a Stal wart Republican paper. Tar iff high, tariff protective, tariff for infant industries, is injuri ous. Injurious to the Filipinos, injurious t& this country. The Journal might have told the whole truth by going one step further. Tariffs, any tariffs, all tariffs, when they go beyond the Revenue Only point are both class legislation and legal rob bery of the consumer. They were concieved in greed, exe cut...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 March 1903

J . 4 do you oppose rh'p into tliat I ulk coffee before you buy it? comes in sealed, air tight packages i no chance for handling, or dirt or things to get in. Clean, Fresh and Fragrant. Funston is Scored. Salina, Kan., March 5. In an interview liere last night. Capt. Hardy, late of Company M., Twentieth Kansas Volunteers, denied a statement sent out from Washington that he was a discontented soldier, but he is very bitter in his denunciation of Gen. Funston. He said: "is far as Funston is con cerned, I desire to say that any thing a.vinst him published over my signature, whether I said it or not, I will stand for. I know him for a liar, a thief and an imposler, and each of these accusations can be easily proven by every man in Com pany M." If it's? a bilious attack, take Cham berlain's Stoirucli and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain. For sale by All Dealers. A subscriber who was in ar rears for his paper was dying, and the editor dropped in to see him. "How do you feel?'...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 March 1903

t f I I f I f NEW CHIC. The Latest, Exquisite in Design and Graceful in Lines, is the New Line of CHINA and GLASSWARE AT TD,l IQM en DUll S There you will also find Fancy and Staple Groceries; Fruits, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, PHONE 67. 4 per cent com. 9.45 I CITY EJECTION. The City Election will be I held lirst Tuesday In April, j Judges and polling plates: First Ward, A. B. Seymour, C P. McCarty and E. Smith, Han ley House. Second Ward, J. T. Christian, W. J. Pike and TllOI. Courtney, Creamery Mills. Third Ward. J. B. Gray, J no. Oleary and Ceo. Ballet, Real Lumber Oflice. Miss Blttanor Scott left Sat urday for Mexico where she is spending a week with Iter sis ter, Miss Mildred, a student at Hardin College. T.ik about nice tics, collars, furnishing goods (if .'ill kinds, step ui the Clothing Store, and you will be proud of the fact that yon live in Monroe City. W. A. Sullivan. Cash Clothier. Miss Certrude McCall came down From Moberly the latter part of last week to visit old fr...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 March 1903

4 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1903 NO 5 1 It W r it ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Rev. M. J. Nicoson, formerly pastor of tlie Chiistian Church in this city, was here with old friends, Friday. He was en route from his home, Grand Junction to Memphis, where he preached to the good people Sunday. Rev. Wiley J. Patrick, of Bowling Green completed his years work at Bethlehem, Sun day. The church has extended a call to Rev. W. W. Brown, of Louisiana, Mo. It is thought lie will accept. Rev. D. P. Bone returned home Saturday from Wells ville where he had been assist ing in a meeting. Later he re ceived a letter from his son stating that thp meeting had closed and that there had been 137 conversions. Methodist. Sunday School. 9:30 A. M. Preaching , 11 A. M and 7:'.)0 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. Ep worth League, Sunday, 6:30 P. M. HOLY UOSAUY. "Stations of the Cross"' Fri day 7:30 p. m....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 March 1903

A Confession , charms are a scepter more now-1 unclouded hanntnaaa th3fT(..i Hi IflnaVl I, I... i. . i . . i I 1 1 1 il I.! ti , . " u in i uii mi- uaicouy I " iuu m mug i nave seen j l must go on my knees and It Was a dreadful sin; toenail, my little heart, and I pour OUt my very soul in grati- Theronea tried their shame to now 1 know why you bold ma tude to Ood, who has so bless- hid.-. , in sucl) unbreakable ehal nc tftr Oil rra ' ' T.1- r 1 rr- . ....... uiv. 1-hiiii jjuiiuuii 111- Folding th He kiased lie dusliea inl there is none of all these fair i Bits uuen su riciny uowered as my darling with all that gives a Hha ........ . ' i 1 I 1 1 1 ' I ' I , J 'H.I III. IllllVlreil .,...... uiiiu ii an e i ) re fiver n on the balcony ni le M;irs turned red. Orion y shivered. nib fail hid He kis ,ed Ii i on 1 thought V, .-,c;. This raodesl maid staid. That had dreamei He kiss (I her on hea ts of men." r POLBOM'S "calf LOVB." No ljuy in the unrestrained ardor of calf love could pen such...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 March 1903

A Thought For The Day. We cannot always oblige, but we c.iu always spealc oblig Ingly. Voltaiuk. Did It? Did the Republican party ever redeem a party platform? Was there ever a time when it did not brazenly violate it? The Northwestern pocket bor roughs wi re made states by that party for the power it would give it in the Senate. Then they lost control, therefore lost power. Their last platform pledged the parly to grant Statehood to New Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma and where, oh where, is that pledge, where oh where are the hopes of those three territories? Gone glimmering like Ing. Us iridescent dreams and with it, when taken in con nection with Roosevelt's prom ise to Cuba, to the Philippines the last shred of party honor has flown with it. The party buncoes the people with fair promises for Machine Grease and Votes, with no in tention of redeeming them. Like a bad note, it goes to pro test. Like an impudent de falcating debtor, asks for more credit. Skinning Coons. Congressman S...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 March 1903

A n n LEVY'S CASH STORE. w E are VERY Busy this week Opening One of the LAW." EST LINES Oi- ? Dry Goods and Clothing IN NORTH EAST MISSOURI We kindly ask you to call and inspect our line and we will tell you more later. Yours for Business, VY'S CASH STORE. 8 53 Ernest Borden. T B Hagan and Benson. of Ken::wee. III., bought some i extta large mules in Bhelbina j and shipped them from this point to Illinois. George Matthews has moved from Dear Hannibal to the .)oe i Bond stone house farm, north of this city. Dr. John Bell is preparing to ; build one of the nicest country I houses in Kalis County, three 1 miles east of the city, on what was known as the Jim Centry place. It is to he an 8 room cottage with basement, and modern throughout. He will also put up good barns. PoSSI blv he will heln his brother. Dr. Lee T.i build a good piece of 11 road, or get his brother in the I notion of getting out of the mud. 1 John Oleary has sold 1000 bus hela of wheat to the Monroe Mil lint Co. at 65c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 March 1903

i i i I i i i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Every Day, Every Hour, Something new arrives at our store that we are sure will interest you when selecting your spring outfit. The different departments are being filled with the prettiest and neatest things that could be selected from the best mark ets in lie country. We have put. forth every effort to get the best and newest styles and patterns, and we are now ready to show you through and we feel sure that if we show you we can please you. DRESS GOODS. Atl the NEW WEAVES , and NEW COLORS can be seen here. EMBROIDERIES, This Department Is brimming full and we invite ycu to inspect our lines before buying. White Goods, Fancy Waistings, Trimmings, In all the New and Artistic Designs. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! For Men, Boys and Children. This department contains many handsome patterns, novelty weav ings and fancy worsteds. No description here will convey so forcibly the extraordinary excel lence of our Spring- Line as will a visit to our store, and we invite ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 March 1903

5 JU CENTS A GALLON FOR LIBERT Ready Mixed Pai Si U YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUIWF We pay the freight. FREE! FREE! FREE! The Qncst assortment of color curds over Issued. JUST NOW, before you forget it, write for these color cards. The enly STRICTLY UNION MADE Paint, on the market. Honest goods made by skilled workmen. A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. Liberty paint is guaranteed for five years by a million dollar compnny. Active men and women make $200 a month representing us. THF. EUREKA PAINT & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. BURPEE'S seeds V Sr I Q H Ii you want thect ARE THE BEST THAT CAN BE GROWN schoicest vegetables orinost beautiful flowers you should read BURPEE'S FARM ANNUAL FOR 1903, -so well known as the 'Leading American Seed Catalogue." It is mailed FRC E to ail. Better send your address TO-DAY. W. AT LE E BURPEE A CO.. PHILADELPHIA. Photographs a: at a: Belle Johnson's Studio The reason why ;t man -liimld employ a matrimonial adver tisement in order...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 March 1903

of th c value in I ? . .... : ; .?,ZiTS y)i buy kddi to its In I . f5 B it&pQP comes to i j sah and full str'Ti;-'.. .-.I,. ; denied, ntr-tight pack;: :- i COffCCS 10i,3 their s'rr:, riorata in flavor, and al? y; ' ''! ' ri. Rnlfcv :;. rrhnm 4 full rtftrth J. P. Rembaw, one of the prosperous farmersne.tr War ren was In the city Friday. Henry S Anderson, for many years foreman of The Enter prise, lias severed his relation with the paper. He goes to Monroe City, Mo., to work on a paper. Mr. Anderson began Lis apprenticeship in this shop more than eleven years ago. He has been alternately devil, printer and foreman. He is a capable printer and n splendid fellow, clean in his habits and a christian gentleman. With this close association no one could better be able to judge of his merits. The proprietor of The Enterprise has nothing but the most cordial feeling for Mr. Anderson and hopes his change may prove advantageous. Many friends here have the, same cordial sentiment. Mrs. Ander...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 March 1903

mm?mmmmmm?mmwmmmmmmm???Tmmnm??E NEW GOODS ! 1 They Show the Tendency of Fashions for the Spring J EE The PREDOMINATING FEATURE of our DRESS GOODS STOCK is 3 r the VASTNESS of the ASSORTMENT. There is not a taste that cannot be ZZ2 Si suited'the variety embraces EVERY stylish weave. 40-inch wool Etamine 50c 40'inch plain Suiting 50c 36-inch warranted to wear taffeta, $1.25 44'inch bbek Brilliantine 50c 54'inch black brilliantine 54'inch gray brilliantine .... 52'inch all wool suitings 44'inch Mohair Armure $1.00 75c $1.00 "S1.00 We have now a special line of WHITE GOODS in French Madras, Oxfords 3 Z and Etamines, being the prettiest shown in the City. 3 To the Public in General. W We wish to say we are filling our Big Store chuck full of New Spring Goods 3 t. in each and every department. There is no better place to trade than right here at ZZ- Williamson's. SATISFY YOURSELF. Get anybody's prices, compare them with 3 Z OURS and you will always find us as cheap, oftentimes Less. To th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 March 1903

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MARCH 26, 1903 NO 52 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Chicago News: '-What can I preach about next Sunday that will please the entire congrega tion?" asked the new minister. "Preach about the evils of riches.' replied the old deacon. "There isn't a member of he congregation that is worth over $2,000." Macon, Mo., March 19. Ed ward Willis, an old soldier, who resides in this city was im mersed Tuesday night by Rev. A. Ii. Adams, pastor of the Christian church, with which Mr. Willis recently united. Owing to the convert's poor health, a baptistry was arrang ed out of a bath tub and the service held in his home. A friend from Brooklyn, New York, sends me the following bit of history: The Rev Harry P. Dewey, a Presbyterian min ister, preached only ten min utes something unusual for a Presbyterian preacher to do. "Brethren," said Dr. Dewey, when he stopped suddenly, "I have a dog a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 March 1903

Nifgtfl In The While llonse Things at the Wliite House, Looking mighty curious; Niggers running everything, White people furious. I Nlggeri on the lront porch Nlggefi on the gable, Niggers in the dining room Niggers at the table. Niggers in the hallway Taking off their wraps, Nig(fe;i in the billiard room Shooting game of craps. Niggers In the store room Packing 'way their plunder, Niggi s in the bedroom Bhoving like thunder. Niggei s in the front yard. Niggers in t he back; Niggers come in omnibus Anil niggers come in back. On they go to Washington With a mighty rush; Forty thousand niggers letting in the push. 1 see a way to settle it Just as clear as water Let Mr. Booker Washington Marry Teddy's daughter. Or, if this does not overflow Teddy's cup of joy , Then let Miss Dinah Washing ton Marry Teddy's boy. Unchained Poet in Democrat Leader, Mo. A FARMER'S PLEA For Interchange and Extension nf Tel ephone System. I desire, just for a moment, the attention of all those who are intere...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 March 1903

POKY COLLECTOR. SOME BRIGHT JEWELS' DREAMED OF HEAVEN. BARTENDERS Things Are Reaching Boiling Point. There Are Such Things As Impeachments. Worth Reading from the Atlanta Con stitution. That Poky Collector is again before the public and in an tin enviable light, because he has placed them in the nine-hole, through lack of doing his .duty as other collectors have done. If collections in VJ02 had have fallen 8-.000 short of 1901 little would have been thought of it, but for collec tions in 1903 to fall that far be hind 1902, it is preposperous. What will the Queen of the Prairies dor1 Shut up schools because the collector is short on energy or to save money, short on deputies, or will the people raise their taxes with no assurance that they will be collected, or go before the County Court and plead for the the appointment of a deputy who will attend to the busi ness, or will things go from bad to worse until patience ceases to be a virtue and IMPEACH MENT proceedings are begun. II iie...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 March 1903

THE DEMOCRAT N N N N Ni N W. .1 K. P. ' I MS ROUSE, Editor. HIXBON, city Editor. $I.OO PRH VKAK frill hi the pom ..! .. M City, k necuud-clanii iniittcr. Ho, rHEPHENO NO. H THURSDAY. MARCH 26. 1008 Ni ANNOUNCEMENT, Wo Are authorised to Announce J, B Rogeri a candidate for election ax County School Co'i m i r-i i nor. nuthorixod to Announce K M H CAndldAtO foi ls street ootnntiBloncr, authorised to Announce candidate fur Wo ai Raphael N' reflection Wo nra Ni W. p. Voonci us street commlssionor. ()l Growing Cucumbers. How to make the must money ''coiT a small acrege and with tb least expense is a problem , fof great interest to ill farmers. All admit that truck larming is j mnc'n more profitable than .farming a large number of acres. Heretofore farmers had Orno demand for a large out put 'of cucumbers. Now they have Tfcand this is an opportunity of n (life time, ft is up to the farm- jers. What will they do? Sev Urjeral weeks ago representatives Lea do f a large pickling concern were ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 March 1903

1 CASH OR CREDIT! J S0k How does that strike you ? 3 The Best Surreys and Wagons made, Home Made, Hand Made Driving Haiv ness, CARRIES A FULL LINE OF TH NOTED JEFF W. riOON Rubber and Steel tired BUGGIES. Saddles, Whips, Rugs, Lap Dusters and other articles Repair work a Specialty, o I "T - It's money for you to see OUR QOOODS and to PRICE THEfl. ED FINK, Foreman. REX GOBEL Manager. R. V. and C. M. Sullivan were Gem City visitors Tuesday. All kinds ot fancy and staple groceries at SHARP & Don LEY'S. Hon. Richard Reynolds, of Pans, was a visitor in the city Tuesday, We have an elegant assort-1 ment of all the little notions the ladies so admire. Levy's. James Berry, of Joanna, was a business visitor in the city j yesterday. Meats fresh, cured and of finest quality at Sharp & Donley's. Reed Noland has secured a pood job in a Shelbina harness shop. We will save you 5 or 10 per cent ou a Carpet. Levy's. For good laundry work take your iinen to J. E. Christian agent for Congers L...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 March 1903

CENTS A Up! E. J, Elliott came down from IShelbinft, Saturday to spend the day with relatives. FOR LIBERT Ready Mixed Pa air YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FLCTORY TO CONSUMER. pay the freight. FREE! FREE! FREE! The finest assortment of color curds ever issued. JUST NOW, before you forgel it, write for theso color cards. The only STRICTLY UNION MADE Paint, on P the market. Honest goods made by skilled workmen. A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. Liberty paint is guaranteed for five years by a million dollar company , Active men mid women make 1800 a month representing us. THE kUREKA PAINT & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. BURPEE' LUU ARE THE THAT CAN BEST BE GROWN If you wnut the choicest vegetables or most beautiful flowers you should read BURPEE'S FARM ANNUAL FOR 1903, -so well known ns the "Lttding American si d Catalogue " It is mailed F RE E to all. Uetter send your address TO-DAV. W. ATLEE GURPEE4 CO., PHILADELPHIA. Photographs AT Belle Job tu 110 Mr. n nd ..i -. ( 'Iwu u Dai ie...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 March 1903

V The u pure lood. w mm 3 Bo. I Dr. Hornback, Oculist and' Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. Mini family, of moved to this Sidney Oorder near Ely, have city. Mrs T. M. Boulware went to Hannibal, Sunday to visit the liomefolks. is o: , cof : no glazing of cgRh or 10 to conceal de fects ami clu .'.pen its quality, Fresh and uniform, rich in flavor, because always in sealed Dackatrei never in M. Nitcbman, is visiting Ids se.uca packages never in 0 I bulk. fi i a Gem I of Oklaho brother, O. Pitchman at Oooperville. Mrs. Joseph JactCSO.i, of Woodland, has been Viattiug friends In the citv. Sf Miss Lizzie Umslattd svent to Hannibal Sunday to spend Sev eral days with friends. WALL PAPER, A Jew's Clothing fits just like the paper on the wall, T. F. Hottorff was City visitor Saturday. Miss Mattie Weaver spent Saturday with Palmyralriends. R. Meriwether was a pro fessional visitor in the City of Flowers, Saturday. Miss Davella Hendricks will teach the spring term at the Stone school north of the city. Fr...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 March 1903

We rolled t Miss Tudle Swinltej '-. Monday morning and found lot of pretty things. Firm Uiere was Miss Tudie with a cordial welcome, then tlie pretty milliner, Miss Ad uns of St. Louna uini tbeu tin1 two pretty blue eyed girls, Misses Viola Lealo nnd Sadie liauar and imx ufler box of budi and roses freshly gathered from the French Sower gardens. Oil my but it was all sweet. A II e W Lev vs line of neckwear. li. B. Mudd was a St. Lou la visitor the first of the week. John Wood has been a busi ness visitor at Perlle Springs, Mo I-1' ir the new tip to date shirts go 1 1 1 Le v "s R T. Priest, ot Pixley. Cal . is Visiting friends near ! his city. He is an old Ralls County boy, being a son of Uncle Billy Priest, the famous Old School Baptist preachc r and ex State Senator. This is the first trip back to the old home for a quarter of a Century, Since go mg to the Uuldeti State, Mr Dr. Qeorire I prolesaiona I ! Tuesday. L Turner was a visitor at Ely I All kinds of flower seeds and tube ros...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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