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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 May 1903

k SUPPLEMENT TO THE I Monroe City Democrat. rOL. 16 rMrs. Z. Young has returned from a delightful visit with her children in St. Louis. She was called home bv the iniuries re ceived by her daughter. Miss Birdie, in the run away smash up. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1903 NO 6 Card of Thanks. We desire to extend our grateful thanks to friends and neighbors for assistance cheer fully given us during our late illness and bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mudd. Homer Hickman of Hunne well, was a business visitor in the city Friday. Dr. W. T. Rutledge is build ing a nice bath room to his cosy cottage. Mrs. Sarali Jackson has re turned from a long visit with Shelbina relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Holmes, of Shelbina, came down Sunday to visit relatives. Joanna Links. Plowing and planting corn is the order of the day in this community. Mr. Thomas was visiting at H. D. Truesdell's Sunday. George Lowry and wife were visiting at Ed Moss' Sunday. John Shuck was shopping in Monroe City...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 May 1903

SEASON OF 1903. R. H. SIMMONS, 14506 Race record 2:25, P. ltaee record 2:2(1 3-4, T. Trial 2:12. sire of Josephine 2:20 and is standard both by breeding and performance Sired by Simmons 27U1 race record 2:2H. The sire of 1U6 in 2:30 list f By Pacing Abdallah, OO.'iS, sire of in 2:30 list. 1st (Urn. MOLLIE J Dam of It. 11. SIMMONS, 2:25 P. And 2d dam of the great Dan Patch 2:26 3-4 T. 1:59 1-4. Grace Simmons 2:1!) 1-4 I I3y George Wilkes, 2:22. SIMMONS, 2744 . Sire of ? in 2:30 list ( Grandsire of 91 in 2:10 T mm -w .,p ( By Mamb.'ino I'atchen, 58, the great uam. JKACK .1 A N K J est brood mare sire that ever lived Dam of Simmons, 2:2 I Ilosa Wilkes 2:18 1-4 K. H. SIMMONS is a beautiful shestnut sorrel, 15 hands 3 inches high, perfect in form, style and action, never was beaten In show ring. His sire was premium winner in New York. WILL MAKE SEASON AT MONItOR CITY PAIR GROUNDS. Service fee, $15 to insure a mare in foal, money due and payable when the fact is ascertained, mare parted ...

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. — 14 May 1903

4 ur Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MAY 14, 1903 NO 7 SAM B. COOK Discusses the Good Effect of the Demo cratic Prosecutors of the Boodlers- The Globe-Democrat and the Republican Party. Secretary of State Sam B Cook was at liis old home in Mexico last week and while there spent a pleasant holiday He mixed good naturedly with his old friends and discussed many subjects of past and pres ent interest to the people. Re garding the boodle investiga tions, Mr. Cook said: 'The effect, so far as the state is concerned, will be to effect ually stamp out boodling in the Legislature. "What the effect will be in St. Louis is not so clear. It is a tremendous task to rid a great city of municipal corrup tion. "The result on the whole, however, is bound to be bene ticial to the public, in both state and city. "A feature of the prosecution which would be amusing if the conditions were not so grave, is the attitude of the Republican pa tisan newspapers. "To read the Gl...

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. — 14 May 1903

City Property for sale by Davenport & CoM Real Eit.ite. Loan add Invest metit Agents. Monroe City. Mo. Vie KM Fnrin LtMMStJI per cunt Interest. No, f, Lot '.OxHO feet, one awl nne-lialf ItOTl frame dwelling, with three mom; fronts ouili M I. awn Street In Palr-ol' Addition. Well loestsd, tod ran be bid a'. $Viu.no Oalb, or on time 10 Mill pOfebUtr, If well socur id. No. I Lot KttM ft., one-story frame dwill. inp. with four rooms, fronting west OH I.oenst I Btrnl, HIV pvMIc tmrli, I" tt'",l nelKhlior- hood. Pflcii only fSMLOOi ia-Mioocnth. bsUnes on time. No. ; " ' i i 1 1 i r i i n frnmt oin mid one A Dear Little Woman. "Oh, my!" said a man as lie opened his mail And found that it brought him the bills for the sale Of goods I hat his wife had pur chased, and he Piled them up wontl'ring what j tlieir sum would be. No' "r the balance that his I cii elf-book bore, Hi1 thought to himself he'd al ways be poor; hair 'tory dwelling lot rutin ft. ham nwi And said as he wrote, as though ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 May 1903

1 r ) We Give Them Away. We are furnishing free to our readers, something that is fai and away tlie best thing evei offered by any newspaper. By special arrangement with the well known Chicago atlas pub lisher, we now offer free to all our readers "Tunison's New Indexed Wall Atlas of our State, Nation and Globe," size 3 feet and 2 inches by over 2 feet wide. Printed in 5 beauti ful colors and mounted with Japanned iron rods ready for hanging in any office, home or school. Our State This splendid new map will be appreciated by all for ready reference. It undertakes to show every post office bold and plain, from lat est Government reports. To gether with a quick index to post offices and icounties to date, giving the population of each irom latest census. The United States In a new and correct map of our Nation in 5 colors from new plates and has marginal tables, giving name and population of cities having 2500 and over popula tion. The Map of theWorld Gives "All the Nations of the Wo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 May 1903

THE DEMOCRAT W. .). ROUSE, Editor. U. i H1XSON, City Editor. TERMS $1,00 PER VEAH I nicrcrt Rtthe pot nfflrc at Monroe City, ni naoid-Olm matter. Mo. TEI.EPHEVO NO. THURSDAY, M A Y 14. 1908 J. E. FISH City Collector Drifted From This Life In to the Great Beyond Saturday. Tl:e patient long suffering J. B. P'toh answered to the roll caD at iibout 7 p. in. Saturday. He was burn in Calloway County. Mo., May 26. 1850. Moved from St. Louis to this city in L894. Was elected Col lector of Monroe City April 1898 and filled the office ac Ceptably up to time of death. Mr. Fish was or had been an Odd Fellow and was a member of the M. E. Church, South, at time of death. The funeral services were conducted at the church at 2:150 p. m. Monday, bp Rev. D. F. B ne Several years ago he fell on an icy side walk and injured his bip in such manner that from time of fall to passing away, be was a constant bat uncom plaining sufferer He left a de.'oted wife and son just entering into manhood to mourn thei...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 May 1903

More About SHOES LADIES: If you want a dress shoe or oxford we can show you an assortment at $2, 2.50, 3, and 3.50 that have no equal. Sf you want a street shoe, we have them in many styles with heavy flexible soles and medium heavy sobs at $2, 2.50, 3 and 3.50. If you want a nice neat shoe or oxford, with kid or patent tip, at $1, 1.25 or 1.50, we have them that are exceptional values. OLD LADIES m If you want a soft comfortable shoe that will make your feet glad, come in and try on a pair of our kind and you will surely buy from us GENTLEMEN: If you are looking for a New, Uptcvdate Shoe or Oxford Thai will f'ti vnur fnnf iiiui ttiii hi. juui iuui wiiu girt aauaiaiuuii 111 wcai, juai aitjj ill Y) here and let us show you what we have. Our best shoes are the nunu wiuc iviiuyvii f ' WALK OVER" Brand at $3.50 and $4,00 While our other lines of cheaper shoes at $1.50, 2, 2.50 and 3 possess the same high standard of workmanship and style. i I Boys Misses and Children's Shoes, Bring your...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 May 1903

1 ) CENTS A GALLS FOR LIBERT R eady 5V35xed Pal n t B Nl DEATH OF A GOOD WOMAN. Mrs. Margaret Maddox Died at Her Home at llydesburg Yesterday YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUMER. pay the freight. FREE! FREE! FREE! The finest assort mont of color cards ever Issued. JUST NOW, beforO you forget it, write for these color cards. The only STR5CTLY UNION MADE Paint, on the market. Honest poods made by skilled workmen. A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. Liberty paint is guaranteed for five years by a million dollar company. Active men and women make $200 n month representing us. THE fcUREKfl PAINT & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. Puts and Calls. , In a few weeks you will no SoriDfffield. ill.. May 2 The , tice ;i Kood many sound boards bouse today by a vote of 41 to ! ln lllt; l,liinlc wallfS broken Boys on horseback driving cows ride onto and across walks just as though they were Lhe gravel streets. 2f Ml PCk out tile enacting clause of the bill to legalise puts and calls on...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 May 1903

JUDGES COME OUT OF WOODS Missouri Officials Hold First Session In the Court House for Twenty Years Judges Dodging Writs of Man damus Ordering Them to Pay $1,000,000 K R Bonds. Osceola. M., May B. The St. Ci.iir Con ity court is In session t is week. The judges are holding open court in the court house here, the first time in nearly twenty years that court has been held elsewhere than in the brush. It is likely to be the last for some time, too. Federal Judge Phillips has issued many writs of mandamus ordering the county judges to levy a tax to pay over 1,000, 000 bonds for a railroad that was never built. They have held coutt in the brush to avoid deputy marshals, and whenever one of the judges was caught he was thrown into jaii for the balance of his term for con tempt of court. Now. for the first time since the rebellion began, there is an entirely new court, with no holdovers. None of them is as yet in contempt, so they are safe in holding open court. When they adjourn, as they w...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 May 1903

COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Or v -v LOW SHOES V for : LADIES AND MEN. Leathers, All Styles. i Hon. W. S. McClmtic was a business visitor in Fulton Toes PHONE PEOLPE. I dy The Laddonia Herald is now Have Another Consultation And Are ng Ahead With Work Cut Out. Go- The Mutual Telephone Com pany met May 9, 1003, and was called to order at 2:45 p. m. by j chairman H W Wood, uom mittee on finance called tore port: William H. Elliott as chairman ot committee reports that owing to the exceedingly busy season h'e could make only a partial report, only three subscription lists out of thir teen having reported to him. These tiiree report sixty names. Committee asks further time. Moved by George W. Tooley and seconded by L O. Wilson that the committee on .finan-e be continued. Motion carried Committee uu constitution and by laws asked to report: L O. Wilson as chairman reports that on account ot pressing work and the bu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 May 1903

s j re- 5- C 4. S Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1903 NO 8 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Rev. Brown, of Louisiana, filled appointments at Bethle hem Sunda y. Rev. G. M. Caldwell, of Els berry, spent the first of the week in the city with friends. Rev. Father John Lyons re turned to Indian Creek, Monroe county, yesterday after a short visit in the city. Hannibal Journal. Kansas City, Mo., May 14. The movement to change the name of the Protestant Episco pal church in the United States to the American Catholic Church received the indorse ment of the council ol the west ern Missouri diocese, in conven tion at Grace church in this city. The Theological free stu dents at William Jewell Col lege attempted to run it and failed. One hundred of them demanded that the fraternities be disbanded by the faculty Tin; demand was not complied with and sixty "freelogs" pull ed their freight. They were only about o...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 May 1903

City Property for sale by Davenport . Co,, i Real EfttHte, Loan and Invest , ment Aifiits, Monroe City. Mo ' We Make Farm Loans lit pr at Interest, No, . Lot r0x!40 feet, one anil one-naif storj j frame ilwelllng, with three rooms; fronts Mulh on Lhwii Street in PtiftOVl Addition, Well lot hUmI. aii'l can lie liml at ISM 00 caah, or ! on time to suit purchaser, If well secure). No. s. Lot WxllO ft., one-stnrr franc dwell ing, with lour roon.s, fronting west on Locust Street, nor public park, In good neighbor hood. I'm only I.VjO.i u; MOM caah. balance on time. No. 10 (;ood six-iomn frame, one and one half ItOrJ 1 welling lot 7SX140 ft. barn and other 00tbutldi8fJ fronting south on Ca'ha rlne ItrMt, and In desirable neighborhood. Price W His', and owner might take some live tock as part pay No. 12 This is n nice, large two-story frame residence of eight rooms, desirably located, fronting east on Main street, with good out building, considerable small fruit, good stone fruit walk and ...

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. — 21 May 1903

W fiiw Thorn Aw.iv. We are furnishing free to our readers, something that is fai and away the best thing evei offered by any newspaper. By special arranccinent with the well known Chicago atlas pub lisher, we mow offer free to all our readers "Tunison's New Indexed Wall Atlas of our State, Nation and Globe," size 3 feet and 2 inches by over 2 feet wide. Printed in 5 beauti ful colors and mounted with Japanned iron rods ready for hanging in any office, home or school. Our State This splendid new map will be appreciated by all for ready reference. It undertakes to show every post office bold and plain, from lat est Government reports. To gether with a quick index to post offices and counties to date, giving the population of each lrora latest, census. The United States In a new and correct map of our Nation in 5 colors from new plates and has marginal tables, giving .name and population of cities having 2.100 and over popula tion. The Map of the.World Gives "All the Nations of the "Wo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 May 1903

i Dai 01. Our exMrt tailor eleven years experience in our measuring rooms will be .a the NEW MONROE HO TEL PARLORS TODAY, (THURSDAY) itii looo samples of stylish Sprinc a&d Summer SnitiDO and v ill he pleased to take your or der for Suit, Coat, Vest, rants or Tailor made biess Skin. Suits $10 to $40 Trousers S3 to !2 Fancy Vests $2 to 7 Tailor made skirts $5 up every garment niaae 10 correct in dividual measurement, in style that is "up to the minute" and workman ship that cannol be surpassed. Sat isfactii n always insured. ire filling more single orders for madeto-measure suns and and Ladies' made-to-measure than any tailoring house in Lewis Klein is suffering from ! B severe attack of measles, j Mrs. Joe Christian, of Hunne j well, is visiting Mrs. Qunia ' Christian. ! O. L. Vaiandinghan and wile left Monday for California j where they will visit their sons, i Odd and Edd Valandinirhan. I:-s. George Edelin, ofEmdenW I visited lier iirothpr. D.111 Me- i F. 1 GJaftsuR, Sunday. T...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 May 1903

1 I I Some Stmulli Simniiiis. Just at this season of the year the heart of every one yearns for many things that aid so much in giving the proper finishing touches to the hot weather outfit. White and Fancy Waist Fabrics Heavy and medium weight Oxfords in solid white, blue, green and tan, 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c per yard. White waistings with mercerized and lace stripes, very desirable patterns, 10c up. Percales in all colors and prices Madras ginghams at 8 13, 10, 12 U2c yd The largest line of ToilcduTiord ging' hams in Monroe City. Umbrellas, parasols and fans in ali styles and prices. Notions Back and side combs, shirt waist sets, a new line of belts and stocks, wrist bags, fancy and plain pcerl buttons, ribbons of all kinds and description. Highest market price paid for WOOL Tbio Wl)ite Goods. Wash chiffons 52 inches wide at 50 and 75c per yd. Persian lawns at 25, 35- 40c yd Warrh organdies from 15 to 50c yd Incua linens from 5c up Dimities at all prices Large Assortment of 5c law...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 May 1903

CENTS QALLOH FOB LIBERTY Ready Mixed Paint. YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUMER. We pny the freight. FREE! FREE! FREE! The llwwt BMOrtment of color curds ever Issued. JUST NOW, before you forget it, write for these color cards. The only STRICTLY UNION MADE Paint, on the market,. Bonos! goods made by skilled workmen. A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. Liberty paint Is guaranteed for five yenrsby a million dollar company. Active men and women make 200u month representing us. THE fcUREKfl PAINT & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. A Most l iberal Offer All our fai mei reader whould take advantage of ilie unpre cedented clubbing offer we tbi year make, which inc ides wUh this pa per, Tl e Li v dicator, 1 1 s S;.i-( i.i i i v Siuc1.; In V i mer&' The i'oul href pub- i c! i iu-ir !! ; ifdd , .. t'l i era I . and make ur one ear rj t- was $o it.;, tier : mount Over in Jefferson township a man wanted 1ms son to yet up eai ly and go to work. The boy had a habit ol answering "y...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 May 1903

0 No Bear, But 'In Wall Street, so dear Papa say 8." (And here her head she eased Still lower on his coat's lapel,) "The bears are getting squeezed." And then she nestled closer still And, oh! her face was fair. As, gazing up, she said, A.h, mr '. I wis-'i I was a bear!" Contented sigh; a murmur soft; What better proof could be That though the maiden was no bear, No more a chump was he. New York Times. The Same Old Game. There once was a sporty young Mr. Who said to a girl when he Kr., "Won't you please be my wife?" She said: 'Not on your life; The most I can be is your Sr." New York Times. The Summer Girl Will Wear Boucle cotton suits in ecrus, blue and greens. Silk suits of checkered or stiped taffeta and louisine. Sunburst plaited skirts iu long and short lengths, in mo hair, crepe de chine, voile and etamine. Loose, dressy coats of pongee linen, taffeta and voile. Mohair suits with long or short -skirt. Scarfs and ties of washable silk. Neckwear ornamented with hand drawn work a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 May 1903

I HUGH B. ft " I am now in a business that will appeal to all Farmers because it is one in which each and every one of them f) is personally interested and I will describe it in short meter. MUDD, Successor to A. H. EAREL COLLARS: Harness: I SADDLES: Cheap, ordinary collars. Schott's Noxall half swiney and full faced. Patent rivited curl hair faced horse collars, best ever made, guaranteed for 5 years. Collar pads. Everything hand made except $8 driving harness. Home made hand made single and double driving harness. Heavy surrey and run-about harness a specialty. Farm harness and heavy draft harness put up in shop. Finest line of saddles made are on exhibition at our place of business, including: the noted Louisville Sole Leather Tree Saddles. Buggies f The Joseph Moon bug gies and run-a-bouts have no superiors and are noted for their lightness and durability OlippiCO The Pontiac surries , and JU B 1 1 1 1 LO buggies are well made, ex cellently trimmed and beautifully painted. PHAFT...

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. — 28 May 1903

( 'si x Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1903 NO 9 ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers And Pertaining To Farmers- The snow storm last week in Montana, so reportsstate. caus and Donley, R Douglas, Joe Jett, W H Mudd, C McPike two lots, R Parsons, T T Ay res, Lucinda Greeves, J P Bush. E P Borden, Tnos Elzea, T Van marter J Carrico, Lee Ely. J B Holmes. Thos Ragar, W R Cor. der, BJ Thomas, D Sullivan. . i i . . I l a. i eutne Heaviest lost id -uccp q G Moss, A T Barlow, HA and Cdttle in the history of the SauderSi R pendieton. Fred country. The lost was esti Jogy A c Ployd t Wm Chism mated at rive million of dol-1 Wm H.imlifn T nw-m:,:i lars. Well, Missouri is good enough for us. C Joseph Jett lias marketed his clip of 98 fleece. R Douglas marketed 12 fleece Thursday, that averaged 9 pounds. The fleece are light this year on account of t the heavy rains in April which washed them free from dirt and grease. S Griffin, of Shiel brought in 71 ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 May 1903

City Property for sale by Davenport & Co., Real Bliite, Loan and Invest men! Agents, Monroe City, Mo. WeMeka Pm I m per oaot interest. Xo, r. Lei 'iflxM'i ftct, one ami onc-lialf Itof) frann1 rlwalling. with three room: fronts oiitii nn Lorn Itraot In PtlfieTi Addition wn lot tied, mi 1 ran be had at IM0.M cub, or on timo in -tiii purchaser, if wall lecotad, Mo. i Lol alio ft, ona-atof fratta dwall' (tip, with foui riiuu ", fronting watt on boeaal Itraot, ncr public jmrlt, in good BOlghbOf" bond, Price only I5M.C0; MHMMih, balanea on tune. No. 10 Onod l.v-rn,ni tottP, one nii'l one half utorjr dwelling lot 75x140 ft, barn and Other outbuilding! Irontlni aonth on On he" rina st n et, and In dealrablo neighborhood, prici' t ii ; i, and owner might tiike torna live Itoct n pari puy Ko, I ii Thi i- a nice. large tWO-atOTJf frame laatdanoa of ,.iv;iit roomt, ,tciriiiy located, fronting east on Main street, with uooil out - buildings, com Idofabto small fruit good "tone front walk, an...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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