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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 June 1903

w ifr a 3 FOR I Ct C v.Q MAKERS, Up-to-date COLLARS a; a sold bV a; x W. G. Williamson. Shaved at Screatis, Jolm Bragg, of Bhelbina, was a business visitor in the city Monday. J. 8. Scott and W. W. Hand ley were business visitor in the City of Flowers, Monday. J. E. Christian tins secured the agency for Conger's Laun dry and Dye works and will call and deliver work in any part of tli': city. Phone 55, Miss Maud Wine, of the Gem City, is visiting the homefolks and many friends. EYES, EYES. You can have them well tested for lenses and very reasonable. R. Manning Walker. Zack L'roctor, of Chicago, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Proctor. Dr. W. W. Ritchey's address is 2710 Prospect Ave., Kansas City, Mo. tf. Miss Irene Hornbaclc, of Pal myra, is visiting ber former schoolmate and friend, Miss Rosa Mae Smith. Mwir OM Sheep Dip I concede ted in be nit best. Wood Uito.s. I P. T. Q Rigland, of n jar the 1 SttecliH r i in vi I l.i iff, w,is a busi ntss vlnllnr In tiie city ...

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. — 11 June 1903

MM I ,V. CENTS A GALLON Milt Lena Evans of Monroe! City, is the guest of Miss Fonnie Jesse. Mexico Message. FOB LIBERTY Ready WjHxgfj Paint. YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUMER. W pay the f"r'if lit. FREE! FREE! FREE! The lin.'-t ussortinont of color cnrda ever issued. JUST NOW, before you forget it, write for these color curds. The only STRICTLY UNION MADE Paint, on the market. Honest goods made by skilled workmen. A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. Liberty point i- guaranteed for five years by a million dollar company. Active men and women make 800 a month representing us. THE E,UREKfl PAINT & EQUIPAAENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. Flowers plants, onion sets, j try the home green house. J. ' (i Edwards. Phone No. 149 Miss Anna Clark catne iii from Hannibal Saturday to j isit her aunt, Mrs. Joe Hick man and other relatives in and : near this city. The Democrat is in receipt lol a copy of the Neoaha. valley I (Kan ) Blade from Hon. 0. Vf, Settle, formerly of tbis city. From ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 June 1903

BASIIFL'L ZEELY AND HER DEAU. A bashful girl my sister be. The bashfulest I ever see. Her foliar called t'uther night, An' tli"Ull I knew it twern't jest light. Afore i lie keyhole 1 did cnuich, An" 'lu re they both sat on 'he conch. An', honest Injun! I declare! Ifer Fe'i'-r An' SSeely she he wui sill in' WHS sitlin' Iim-. tlx re. 1 never did see such a chump; He sat there deader than n stump. An", think on it. they were alone, Hut still they sat there jest like stone. He jest a starin' 'round lit things, While Zeel played with her apron strings To court lllte that I Wouldn't rare, To have your An' you a sit tin" girl .1 sitlin' over here. there. An' then 1 went to put OUt Mouse; An' when I got back to tilt) hou-e I thought I'd take anuther peep Afore I went up stairs to sleep. So. 'fore tin; keyhole J. did crouch, An' there they still sat on the couch. But land o' goodness! Honest! Real 1 1 ! Her fel ler he WU2 sittin" here, an' er er er so WUB Zeely. New York Sun. FOUR LIVES LOST...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 June 1903

HUGH i MU D D Successor to a. n EAREL '( I am now in a business that will appeal to all Farmers because it is one in which each and every one of them fis personally interested and I will describe it in short meter. AAI I A rf Cheap, ordinary collars. Sohott'a Noxall halfawinev and f) I 1 II I ,AnM full faced. Patent rivitedurl hair faced horse collars, "'tatfr Nfctj' d.axsx-r. j .ivr iLa -. -a 3x& -aL2M. MM .: Harness: 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. SADDLES: Finest line of saddles made are on exhibition at our place of business, including the noted Louisville Sole Leather Tree Saddles. luggies- WAGONS The Joseph Moon bug gies and run-a-bouts have no superiors and are noted for their lightness and durability lippipQ The Pontiac surries and JUIllllLO"" buggi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 June 1903

for 1 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. JUNE 18, 1903 NO 12 ANGRY WATERS Cany Death and Destruction In Vicinity Of St. Louis, Mo. ) East St. Ljuis, June 10. Tbll cily is at t lie mercy of the raging river and tive thousand people are driven from their homes. Levees have all broken and t lie flood La pouring unhin dered into the city. Those who remain in their homes are the second and third stories or on the roofs and are in dire peril. Acting Governor North cott has been appealed to for relief and has ordered state militia here to guard property and help In rescue work. Two negroes were shot and killed on tue levee before the break. Ned Roberts, who had worked on the dyke several days, demanded his pay. p 'If I don't get it, I'll break the dyke," he shouted, and he pulled a bag of sand from the leee. Instantly seven revolv er spoke, and the negro fell dead on the levee he tried to break. Elijah Anderson, another ne gro on the Illinois Central levee refus...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 June 1903

City Property for sale by Davenport & Co,, ! Ken I filiate, Loan and Invest J merit Atfmtl, Monroe City. Mo. W Make Farm LotBt 118 percent interext. J No. f, Lot Ml 140 feet, one ami ono-hair Hurt - ' frnn- dwelling, with three rooms: fronts I south on LtWD Street In Pelro's Addition Wall Inrnted, and can bt hail at .v,o.00 eaih, or m rat t" mi! t purchaser, if well secured. Wo. s Lol AOxtlo ft., one-story fratre dwell ing, with tour rooms, fronting west on Lor list Street, neir public park, In good nelghbor hood. Price only 1590,00; .VO0ncnh, t.sla i.ee on time. No. in Oood lll-roon frame, one and one half story dwelling lot 75xH0 ft, barn and otlier OUtbUlidlBfll Inmtlng south on Ca'ha rlne street, and In desirable neighborhood. Price viO(K, and owner might take some live tock a pnit pay No. IS This In a nlee, large two-story frame residence of tight rooms, desirably located, ftOBtlng Mil on Muln street, with Rood outbuilding-, considerable smnll fruit, good stone front wail ....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 June 1903

We Give Them Away. We are furnishing free to our readers, something that is fai and away the 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 lrom latest census. The United States In a new and correct map of our Nation in 5 colors from new plates and b&s marginal tables, giving name and population of cities having 2500 and over popula tion. The Map of the World Gives "All the Nations of the Worl...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 June 1903

THE DEMOCRAT W. jTkoUSK, Editor. R. r. HIXSON, City F.ditor. i Hftxm $1.00 PER VEAK ntetvd hi the post office at Monroe City, hi temni-rlasi matter. TELEPHENO NO. Mo, THURSDAY. JUNE 18. 1908 ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Fanners And Pertaining To Farmers- Boulware and Son have, bought wool from Boone Bros. J Kenney. W Fredrick. G E1 Goodnight, O T Rarney, T Ut terback. And J J Ropers from A W j Durood, Grata Bowles, Nettie J McElroy. B McFariand, Trues dale. G W Newell and 6668 lbs ! of 8 E Ballard of Palmyra .) B Anderson pot the fol I ow I inc ts J OallUO, Lyon, OS I Pe; er, L C Colman. Sharp and Gray bought slieep I of E Pendleton (i, B Garner 6, ' Williams 155. Arnoldy 7, S Bow. er -1. C Hollibaugh 1. George Shaw 40, and a call from J. P Stephens, Market Report. Cattle I8.0095.00 Hops $4.605.50 Sheep I2.50t6.50 Lambs 4. 00 5. 00 R H Charles Tewell, one of the progressive farmers south of the city has re-painted his n-.-i-deuce .. ud barn. H A Graves has bought stock i Hens ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 June 1903

m m Hi m m m iU m ui w IU w m m m Ui m Ui m iu m ui Ui CIEAN'UP SALE Of Ladies and Children's ShoesSiLOxfords. We want to call the attention cf the public this week to the great slaughter sale we are going to make on odds and ends in Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Oxfords. Our prices be low will tell you what we mean. Read them. 22 Pair Ladies' patent lea! her extension sole Oxfords, C and E widths, were Si. 50, sale price 15 pr Ladies' "Queen Quality" patent kid Ox fords, B and C widths, were S3, saie price 12 pr Ladies' "Queen Quality" tan kid Oxfords C widths, were $2.50, sale price 8. pair ladies' tan Oxfords, C and were $2 and 82.50, sale price 13 pr ladies tan Oxfords D widths, sale price 11 pair ladies' hand turned kid Oxfords, narrow cloth tops, were -2.o0, sale price m m iii iu Ui w iii D widths, were $1.50 $1.20 $2.35 $1.65 $1.15 90c $1.65 Ui Fatal Accident. Monday night llire tramps, one white and two mulatto-, went to sleep on die Burlington trade three miles east of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 June 1903

ESS 90 CENTS A BALLON FOB LIBERTY Ready Mixed Paint. YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUMER. Wo pay the freight. FREE! FREE! FREE! The finest assortment of color cards ever issued. JOST NOW, before you forget it, write for these- color cards. The only 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 n million dollnr company. Active men ami women make $200 a month representing us. THE kUREKfl PAINT & EQUIPMENT GOMPfW, LIBERTY, INDIANA. Slander "That Abominable tittle tattle, The cud escherved by human cattle." Slander i-; a blighted sirocco the base, foul, cloveu-l'ooted slander lik the loathsome Worm, leaVM a (i.'illl covered will) slime. How truthfully It has been said: "Livintf, he is a traveling est and worn, dying impenitent, Ii'h smiI too deeply stained for Hje'l." How often do we hear the blunderer's tongue WHrbliui! Ids song of diKrace in our street. Stop and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 June 1903

TAKE THE WABASH to Detroit, Mich. To the International Epworth League Convention JULY 1649, 1903. The Missouri State Epworlh League has designated the Wa bash as the official route to Detroit. Greatly Reduced Rates The most attractive, lowest priced summer trip ever offered. For particulars and souvenir folder write C. S. CRANE, G. P. & T. A. St. Louis H. E. WATTS, P. &T. A. Moberly. Letter to McClintic & Donley, Monroe City, Mo. Dear Sirs: Porterhouse, so much; neck, so much; all the wayDbetween. Just so with paint. Devoe Ready Paint is the porterhouse. Nobody wants the neck: the between, some say, is good enough for them. But Devoe costs more, than between, oil is between; it is fashion pnint. But come in. Zinc toughens white lead. Devoe Ready Paint is the paint If you paint in three years, you do it for looks. Devoe does notsvear out in three years. Yours truly, F. W. Devoe & Co. less, not Lead and ishing in the zinc old , has Body Recovered. The body of Harry Eic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 June 1903

1 M I I 1 I WHAT WILL ; . m BIND V 1 " -' -v Sua i i -r iT j YOUR HARVEST RE? I hat's the great and all important question. There will be no doubt as to result if you equip yourself with the Mccormick G9 ERS III OWERS The Prosperous Tarmeralwayshasa r Al iVk -'I II ! as. lilsGiiSi Stand without a Rival. Never Skip, never Clog, never get out of Repair, never Fail. Binder Twine We have Binder Twine enough to supply the county and we are selling it lower than it can be bought in the market today. j Hi.. ; Kl aMlMk We have just received another shipment of Buggies, the Latest Styles Out. Remember, our vehicles are all new. We are not trying to work off an old, out of date stock. Call and inspect our line. i j j j j 1 Coopcrville. Farmers i're about through planting corn. Dave Gosney ami Miss Daisy Handley, of Monroe City, visit ed Miss May Lear Sunday even ing! Mrs Prank Potterlield and son of near Ely, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sandifer. H. I. Lear and family spen...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 June 1903

$1 Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1908 NO 13 ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. The most pitiful cry comes from Pope Leo XIII, it is: ' Why Do They Want Me Gone." It is caused by the many false1, Peter's reports sent out by the press regarding the condition of li is health. It is a pertinent ques tion. Why should any one "want me gone."' His history shows him to be the grand old hero of the Vactican. He is to day, the peer of all living statesman. Rev. Brown, of Louisiana, filled appointments at Bethle hem, Saturday and Sunday. Rev. B. P. Hixson spent a portion of last week and this, with friends in the Bethlehem neighborhood. Rev. Luther Smith, of Inde pendence, Kan., was in the city with friends the latter part of last week. He may locate in this city and accept charge of the Warren Baptist church for half time. Get there Sallie, The ladies of the Unadiila, N. Y,. Baptist church, are going to serve...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 June 1903

City Property for sale by Davenport & Co,, Real Estate, Loan and Invest- The World's Old Sweetheart Still. I. I care not how she trifles .With sudden storm and chill. t A .- . . f i mem iiRrnii, .v.onroe ,iy, j she's June the poets llOg about We Make Farm MMMlii per rent IntereM, mi , ., The Worlds old Sweetheart No. f, Lot x! 10 feet, one ami one-half itor;- . . . frame dwelling, with three rooms: fronts; Still. south on Lawn .-"treet In Pelrol' Addition Well located, and ran he tin' I at SMO.OO eauh. or m tin to rait pnrcbtitr, If well raiid. OH Chaucer, read her titles II. No. t Lot "0xl;0 ft., one-storr frame I T e 1 1 -inc. w ith lour rooms fronting well on .neurit Street, ncir public park, In good nalfhbOf- hooi. Prici only IMCCQi MfiOOOcaah, balanea on time. No. 10 Qnod ifg.foom frame, one atiil one tialf tory dwelling lot 75x110 ft. ham ami oWier outbuilding; trontlng south mi ra ha rlne ItrMt, niil In dcslrnMe Dtlghborbood, Prlre tlKOIIO, and owner m'ght take some live ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 June 1903

P PURE ICE ! For Good Merchantable Ice see John W. Stephens. nr TMtP j rt fletts Wanted A full line of Lawn Swings, Porch Chairs, Settees, Etc. Sample 2 Passenger Swing (8, I passenger swing $4, to those desiring agency. CLEARFIELD WOODEN WARE CO., CLEARFIELD, PA. We Give Them Away. We are furnishing free to our readers, something that is fai and away the best thing evei j the Longest Rivers with their Diagrams, Tunison's Wall Atlas contains new and inter esting diagrams, in colors, of 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 comparative lengths in miles, Highest Mountains, with their elevation in feet, also colored to compare elevations ot one continent with those of anoth- State, Nation and Globe," size j er and Largest Lakes in all the 3 feet and 2 inches by over 2 , worid compared, giving area of feet wide. Printed in 5 beauti and mounted with rods ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 June 1903

New Shirt Waist Sets, Fancy Stock Collarsv Fancy Parasols, Coin Holders, Wrist Bags, Belts, bought for the 4th OF We were in St Louis Last week Buying New Things For the 4th Hundreds of new patterns in Lau)i?s Dirrities Batistes Irdia Lirjen Wfyite Goods FPUS GLOVES HOSIERY 1YIITTS SbJrt (Daists Ladies' Vest Masliti Uideru)ear ETC. W. G. Williamson X I UL Y -W. Q. x TRADE, WILLI AH SON x Price Young was ;i business visitor in Pins Tuesday. Mrs. B. G. Moss spent Tues day with Palmyra relatives. Tom Sharp has -h pretty colt that cut its tore legs and breast badly on a barb wire fence. Tuesday R. P. Pierceall ship ped a fancy pointer pup to G. L. Baden of Lincoln, III. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Wiesbart Jerome Bid, of Clapper, was a business visitor in the city Prid ay. and daughter. Miss Ursula, the (Jem City , were visitors in I Tuesday. Eugene Madden, who has re- sided in Denver, Colo , for sev- eral years, is visiting his father, j Uncle Tim Madden, northeast of the city. Mrs. Clarissa Bo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 June 1903

H Stop! Think g A Moment When you want Sj A Buggy, Road Wagon, Surry, Harness or J ?2 Saddle, Stop, Think a Moment. 5 ff You want fj J The BEST on the Market; Something J 01 Stylish, something Durable. When you 2 fS trade with Hugh B, Mudd, i 5 You get all three for Less Money than $ at any other house. See. J See S. P. Saunders for wind mill repair work. South of 1 Catholic church. Money furnished on real estate or first class personal securi t y lJaUTLETT Rosell. F. S. Saunders, a first class machinist wants to repair your wind mills and pumps. Dr. W. W. Ritchey's address is 2710 Prospect Ave., Kansas City. Mo. tf. Jack English entered 4 horses at Shelb'ma Tuesday for the 4th of July races and Hugh B. Mudd 1. For good laundry work take your iinen to J. E. Christian agent for Congers Laundry and Dye Works. Phone 55. J. M. Jeffries, of Canton, and A. E. Jeffries, of Greagory, Mo., were business visitors in the city yesterday. Highest prices are paid for poultry and eggs, hides, etc....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 June 1903

90 CENTS A GALLON FOB LIBERTY MiiiHfliiBaHHMnHMMBMHnawaanHHHWiw Ready Mixed Paint. YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUMER. I We pay the freight. FREE! FREE! FREE! The finest assortment of color cards ever issued. JDST NOW, before you forget it, write for these color cards. The only 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 company. Active men and women make $200 a month representing us. THE EUREKA PAINT & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. Lots o' Whltewnchln' to Do. I. He's home from t tie wild an' the woolly. An' maybe lie ain't feelin' blue As he tako-i 'em to task: He's got question? to ask, An' there's lots o' whitewash in' to do! II. For some have been cult in' their capers. An' turnin' new somersaults too! The roll call i ready: We're sorry for Teddy: There' lots o' wlutewashin' to do! Atlanta Constitution'. Indiscretion. "Isn't i he ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 June 1903

TAKE THE WABASH to Detroit, Mich, To the International Epworth League Convention JULY 1649, 1903. The Missouri State Epworth League lias designated the Wa bash as the official route to Detroit. Greatly Reduced Rates The most attractive, lowest priced summer trip ever offered. For particulars and souvenir folder write C. S. CRANE, G. P.&.T. A. St. Louis H. E. WATTS, P. &T. A. Moberly. "The Lodge Goat " Do you belong to any lodge? If you do, there is a book which will be quite interesting to you. It is "The Lodge Goat." the largest, most attractive and most interesting book publish ed for lodge people. It you want a hearty laugh you should read this great collection of stories on the humorous side of lodge life It contains many stories and anecdotes never be fore published and is a book which will be interesting co all readers, and the reading of it will make you feeltwenty years younger and will drove away the blues. Stories for all lodges are contained in the book. Any one i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 June 1903

j t CD 7 0& m i i b BE?! 9 WHAT WILL YOUR HARVEST hat's the great and all important question. There will be no doubt as to result if you equip yourself with THE McCORMICK BINDERS AND MOWERS Stand without a Rival. Never Skip, never Clog, never get out of Repair, never Fail. Binder g Twine We have Binder Twine enough to supply the county and we are selling it lower than it can be bought in the market to-day. The Prosperous Farmeralways has a , ........ U" 'WCU i f j "Altai We have just received another shipment of Buggies, the Latest Styles Out. Remember, our vehicles are all new. We are not trying to work off an old, out of date stock. Call and inspect our line. r Til tit m TIM IIW "- - - Hatch. Rev. Fr. D. P. Sullivan read mass at Brush Creek Sunday. Quite a crowd from this vicin ity spent Sunday at Spalding Springs. William McOlintic, Henry Wilson and AUie Wilson spent their monsy for new binders with Monroe City merchants last week. Their wheat crops are good. Tom Bell is in C...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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