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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 January 1901

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT VOL. 13. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 190I. NO. 39 RETAINS HER PRESTAGE MONROE CITY, THE QUEEN OF THE PRAIRIES. Lecture Concert. The lecture delivered at St. Stephens church, Sunday even ing by Rev. Pr. O'Leary, of Macon City, was both interest ing and instructive. He took for his subject: "The Catholic Church is the mother of the' fine arts." He handled his sub ject in an easy, fluent and ar tistic manner that captivated the large audience. The forty 'minute address will never be entirely forgotten by those present. Rev. Pr. O'Conner, of St. Louis, who has one of the finest haratone voices in that city, had charge of the musical portion of the evenings exer cises and acquitted himself so well that every one was glcd to be there. The quartette was composed of Mesdames H. I. Hardy and Dr. Cor ley, and Misses Mamie Losson and Pan nie Pinks. There were three chorus' and a beautiful solo by Miss Losson. Financially it was a success for the large au di...

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. — 3 January 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. .1. BOUSE, Editor. R. V. HIXSON, city Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR Entered at the poet office at Monroe City, Ho. a second clans matter. THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 1901 Dr. Kitchey naktsa t-jtcial ty of Eye. Ear, Nose and Chest diseases, Try the Democrat a year. Oysters served any style at Caldwell & Son's restaurant. Oysters at Caldwell & Son's restaurant. The best buggy Paint go to Kaney& Saunders. Buy your School Books of Raney & Saunders. Now is time to enroll on the Democrat's list. Send news items to the Dem ocuat. 'Phone 14. Raney & Saunders for School Books and School Supplies. Dollar Boards ac the Ever heart Lumber Co. Hogs killed for you by Sharp and Donley. If you want a lunch go to Caldwell & Son's restaurant Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hungry. Get your diuner and lunch eons at Caldwell & Son to day Have your machines repaired by J. B.Bristow. Ask your friends to subscribe or the Democrat. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Auris...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 January 1901

Ago in fioltwid. From Punch. Traveler: "Get on, man; get on! Wake up your nag." Driver: "Sliure sor. I haven't the heart to bate him." Traveler: "What's the mat ter with him? Is he sick?" Driver: "No, sor, he's not sick, but it's unlucky'e is, sor, unlucky'eis, sor. unlucky. You see, every morning afore I put 'im in the car. I t sses Mm whether 'e'll havs a feed of oats or I'll have a drink of whisky, an' the poor baste has lost five mornings running!" Regulators. The defense of all trusts is this: A trust cheapens the pro duction of a given product, hence the consumer gets the benefit. The defense is false and here is one of many proofs. A few days ago three car loads of bananas were destroyed in Chicago to prevent their being thrown on the market and glut ting it, i e. reducing the prices. Competition coupled with sup ply and demand is the only tilings that true or honest com merce recognizes as price regulators. Republican Club. According to the song and dance g.ven us by Alex. W...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 January 1901

THE DEMOCRAT VV. .1. IIot.SK, Kditor. It. r RIXSON, City Kditor. If. RMS $1.00 HER YEAR Bnttftd HI IB pout iilTlccat Monroe City, as GGOndolMI matter. Mo. THURSDAY JAN. 3, 1901 ! IOOO-I001. "1900 is now gone, it is folded as a fabric and laid away in the archives of the past for the in spection of the future. 1901 is now in the loom and the cease less shuttle of time clicks with unabated monotony, weaving the good and ill together with the same indifference that the fates plied their skill in spin ning and clipping the threads of human destiny." Ladies Listen. When the Burlington R. R. officials had the H. & St. Jos epll depot remodeled they made a nice clean warm waiting room for your special benefit and to incidentally give the gentlemen a chance to be by themselves and to use the old waiting room as a smoker. The door to the ladies waiting room is just be yond the bow window. The Burlington people ought to put up a sign at both doors so their patrons can take advantage of wha...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 January 1901

Days are lengthening. J. S. McGee, ot Paris, was in the city with friends Saturday. J. P. Patton has been visiting his mother at Macon City. Ralph Ebey, of Perry, Okla homa, visited relatives in this city Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Eubanks spent part of the week with relatives at Clark, Mo. Mrs. D. S Sharp has been the truest of Hannibal friends during the past week. Thomas Hayden was a busi ness visitor in the Future Great Monday. W. J. Drake and wife, of Quincy. spent the holidays iu the city with relatives H. C. Scheetz, of Palmyra, was a business visitor in the city yesterday. Sale take x w m. t w jm JINU. J. KUJfcKS I Twentieth Century Clearing ft ft f An event or the new century that will be remem vred by all who advantage of the - - - - - EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES That will prevail for the next 30 days, preparitory to invoicing. It would be impossible to mention every item. It wou'd require all the space in this paper. A look here will convince you that we mean what we say and t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 January 1901

Columbia's Call. My paopldi my people! Taku heart once more, for aye, The pronlM of the morning Is filling earth and nicy: I hear tli' war drum's elamor-'tls tin- nation' heart ajjain, 'Til healing time in unison with the call of God to men. My people, O my people I Mine eyes are Wet with tears, 1 Watching for the flMlttAge and the harvest of the years, When Ood shall turn to plowshares these redd. "tied blades of thine And battle Haga no more shall Haunt O'er Ohown sons of mine. My people, my people! Strike down the hosts of greed '. Lift up the Weak and lowly, give them their I vine- need, That they may bo my outpost, my van guard now. as when Their fathers gave to you and yours the heritage of men. My people. ) my people! Hend low thine ears with me F hear sad voices calling from out the Western sea: They ery as onee my children cried for succor at my knees Itise up, ami cad tin: world to arms once more for sake of these! i Thirty-ninth. There were moth on the stretchers. He did ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 January 1901

City rlroctir. Cim relief. let. BAPTIST i'ruaching every Sun morning and evening Sunday school at 9:45. B. Y. P. U. 6:30 p. m. Sunday. Prayer meeting Wed nesdayevering Deacons meeting at 2 p. m. the last Sunday in each month. I. H. Ileed, Pastor. GRACR BAPTIST At I. O. O. P. hall. Preaching every Sunday 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. B Y. P. U. 6:15. Prayer meeting Wednesday night at7.:i0 p. m.. Business ineetipg Wednesday night after 1st Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Choir practice every Saturday at 7:30 p. in. W. M. U. Devotiohal Meeting Friday after 2nd Sunday at 2:30 p. id. Sunbeam S. Devotional meeting Saturday after 2nd Sunday at St8ll p. m. .1. H. Kiffe, Pastor. CHRISTIAN Services eveiy Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Sun day school at 7. Y. P. S. C. E. meeting at 2 p. m. Sunday. II. B. Briney, pastor. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday school at 9:30. Epworth League at fi:30 Jr. Epworth League at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 3 January 1901

1 Happy New Year J The year is new and so is my stock of s goods, Fresh and Bright, X X I Bring Your Prescriptions J To me where they will be carefully conv I X X X pounded. 5 . I I A Large Line of I S S Toilet Articles on hand I i That are the very thing fcr Wedding of Birthday Presents. XXX ). J. FITZPATRICK. j A, K. RUTLEDGE, Clerk. t 4w Dr. Gflstav Yamm, Graduate Optican, HOME OFFICE. Room 224 Well Building, S. W. Gor. Fifth and Main Sts, OUINCY, ILLINOIS. WILL BE AT THE X NEW MONROE HOTEL, Monroe City, Mo, Jan. 14 and 15, 1901. EYES EXAMINED FREE JESStt by PROPERLY FITTED. All Work Guaranteed. ' IF you want the news of the world written and pictured, the finest art and the best literature, then you must read COLLIER'S WEEKLY America's Foremost Illustrated Journal Hall Caine's latest and grandest novel, "The Eternal City," begins soon. end for free copy of the opening chapters Addrehs Collier s Weekly, 555 West Thirteenth Street , New York Citj w,-I Miss Pearl Luck, of Clarence ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 January 1901

4 MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT VOL. 13. The Cltv Dads The City council met in re gular session in the council rooms Friday night Jan. 4, 1900. Present Mayor S. North, Aldermen, J. W. Bell, A. Boul- naro Tl A Bl .. t tt n j . wijr, o. n. vjrrauy, D. D. Melson and J. S. Scott. On motion of A. Boulware a note of $5,00 and interest $26,22 was ordered paid. $526,22 BILLS' ALLOWED. S. North services I 12.50 G. W. Tompkins services and fees 27.50 R. L. Woodson Atty. 12.50 J. W. Bell Aid 6.00 A. Boulware " 6,00 D. A. Ely " 6.00 J. H. Grady .00 D. D. Melson " 6.00 J. S. Scott ' 6.00 W. H. Wilson Chief Eire Dept 15.00 W. P. Voinitf St. Com. and drayage :u).00 J. W. Stephens 30.00 J. A. Hickman Spec. Police 15.00 J. S. Jannan oiling wind mills etc 5.1:5 W. S. Turner rent of Council rooms 15.(0 Monroe City Electric Light & Power Co 88.00 Monroe City Electric Light Two Hoods 1.3 Monroe City News 9.15 Jlaney & Saunders 1.50 S. North hauling 24 loads gravel 12.00 N. Nolen hauling !t:i loads gravel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 January 1901

W. J. HOUSE, KUitor. R, r. HIXSON, City Editor. j TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR Entered t the pot office t Monroe City, Mo. s sccond-cUaa matter. THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1901 Dr. Ritrhey tiarusa special ty of Eye. Ear. Nose and Chest disease. Try the Democrat a year. Oysters served any style at Caldwell it Son's restaurant. Oysters at Caldwell & Son's restaurant. Now is time to enroll on the Democrat's list. Semi news items to the Dem ocr at. 'Phone 14. THE DEMOCRAT I ? the 1made a ousiness'inp iu my rriuay. We need our money. A. Boulware & Son. Daniel Boone, of Ely, was a business visitor in the city Friday. Eye glasses adjusted by Dr. Ritchey guaranteed to fit or money returned. K you owe us an account, please pay same at once. A. Boulware & Son. We need our money. Please settle at once. A. Boulware & Son. Please call and settle your shoe account. A. Boulware & Son. Cecil M. Lewellen, of Canton, came down Friday to visit his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Lew ellen. J. S. Jarman, de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 January 1901

The Little Church Back Homo. When the bin pipe orgfUl'l nwellin' an' the city choir ittl&ft An' you almost hears the iwilhin' of the lovin' Mgtit' whig, An' the oongrsg&tion'i muiln' on the pronenesH for to nin, Sort o' lean In' lintlesn, wnitin' for the preacher to bejjin; Iu that holy huth it happens that I clean forget the place, An- again I'm meek an' lowly 'fore a throne of savin' grace; A throne that wasn't noatlin' 'neath a a spire or a dome. But the sinners sought tli'ir Savior in that little church back home. When we had protracted meetin's, why'twouid done yougoodto hear Thecongregation sing in' with ablend o' voices clear , How the "Ilock o' Ages' 'towered like a sheia'rin' sort o' wall, An' onr souls soared up to glory, since the Ilock was cleft for all, Kv'ry face was wreathed with sweet ness, an' we always had a smile For the stranger, saint or sinner, in the pew across the aisle; For a diamond's often gathered from the commonest of loam, An' we didn't mind the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 January 1901

THE DEMOCRAT V. .1. KOl'SK, Kditor. R, v HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $I,00''ER VPAR Inured sttht poet ofllct st Monros Cltjr. Mo. as leOOnd-filAM matter. THURSDAY. JAN. 10. 1901 Hill. Mm. Anna P. Hill, died quite suddenly Monday at '.1:30 p. in. ol heart failure. Up to within a few moments of her death she was in her usual health. Funer al servi:es were conducted yes terday afternoon by Rev. R. B. Briney and the remains taken to Palmyra for interment. Mrs. Hill for many years was a con sistent member of the Christian Church. She was a daughter of the late John Redd judge of the tenth Judicial circuit. She left three daughters, Miss Myrtle Bright. Mrs. M. E. Asbury and Mrs. K. Ely and four sis ters. Mesdames A. S. Janes, of this city and J. Earheart. of Woodland Mo and Misses Kate and Redd in Boston. Mass. and bros. Rev. Edward Redd, of Piatt City Mo. and John Redd, of Palmyra to mourn their loss. Uve,H i' latin fin. What's the party? Call it Fate: Cupid is the candidate; Hymen la his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 January 1901

Peter Werner was a business visitor in St. Louis Tuesday. The P, lv 's. will meet with Mrs. Maxwell at 2:30 Saturday afternoon. For lunch or full meal try Caldwell's and you will be pieased. Prof. Hodge Foreman, of Hannibal was a business visit or in the City Saturday. W. W7 Handley, s"ld last 10 good mules to Ed Worland of Shelbina. Herman Levy, is rusticating this week at King City with the bomefolk. Mrs. Sue Whaley, of Hannibal has been visiting her brother Thornton Maddox. The P. E O's will meet urday afternoon at 2:30 Mrs. J. P. Patton. Sat- We need the money you owe with us. Please call and settle. Wn i.iamson fc Bum-. Rev's J. H. Riff and C. M. Alexander spent Sunday at Sugar Creek church in Pike county. C. E. Wood and wife, of Ma comb 111. have been spending the week with his parents S. A. Wood and wife of this city. B F. Wunch and wife, of Clapper were the guests of his mother Mrs. Felix Wunch. Tuesday. Of the Illinois press seventy is for Cullom, thirteen lor Tan ner aud e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 January 1901

, Lucky" Hoy. He was not quite seventeen, and was at home for his tirst College vacation. Three or four young fellows of about his own age lounged 'n the piazza of one of llie Village hemes, and dlncuased the affairs of the col leye youth. 'Tin older than he by seven or eitflit months,' said George Chester gloomily. "and my father is a good deal better off than his. yet here he is through his first college year, and no prospect of my beginning mine. Some fellows are lucky and some are not. and that is all t here is about it." "His father doesn't send him to college." said Horace Wells, a boy who lived nearly across the street from the young man whom they were discussing. An old aunt, or grandmother, or something, who took a fancy to nim years ago. got him a chance 10 take care of the li brary, and help to pay his way; and she got him other chances, too. I trie ! for one of them, and he got it instead, so I know about it.-' 'Well," said George, "that just proves what 1 said. Why shou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 January 1901

City Olrectory. Clllll'CllCH. 1st. BAPTIST Preaching every Sun morning and evening Sunday school at 9:45. B. Y. P. U. 6:80 p. m. Sunday. Prayer meeting Wed nesdayevering Deacons meeting at 2 p. ni. the last Sunday in each month. I. H. Reed, Pastor. GRACE BAPTIST At I. O. O. F. hall. PreachinR every Sunday 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. B Y. P. U. :15. Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 7.110 p. m.. Business meetipg Wednesday night after 1st Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Choir practice every Saturday at 7:30 p. in. W. M. 0. Devotiohal Meeting Friday after 2nd Sunday at 2:30 p. in. Sunbeam S. Devotional meeting Saturday after 2nd Sunday It 2:30 p. m. J. H. Riffe, Pastor. CHRISTIAN Services eveiy Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Sun day school at 7. Y. P. S. C. E. meeting at 2 p. m. Sunday. R. B. Briney, pastor. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday school at 9:30. Epworth League at 6:30 Jr. Epworth League at 23...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 10 January 1901

and Mrs. Aleshine Dr. Gnstav Vasen, Graduate Optican, HOME OFFICE. Room 224 Wrils Building, S. W. Cor. Fifth and Main Sts, OUINCY, ILLINOIS. A WILL BE AT THE X NEW MONROE HOTEL, Monroe City, Mo. Jan. 14 and 15, 1901. EYES EXAMINED FRER.XST by PROPERLY FITTED. s ' All Work Guaranteed. ' Will Cosney and family, visited their Aunt Mr. Sam Hagar Friday and Saturday near theHagar School. Ceorjjo C'olvort, of tallf county spent Saturday with his aunt Mrs. Lou Colvoft. .F. S. Buckman, of Monroe spent Monday with his lister Mrs. W. .1. MoLeod. 1'rofensor Foreman, of Hannibal, School Commissioner of Marion Co., was here on special bulsness .Sater day . Miss Hay Webb, visited her father James Webb, near Belville, from Fri day until Sunday. Clarence MeLaod, returned to his home in Kiowa. Kansas after a two weeks visit with his pa-ents and re latives. Sol Bono, treated himself to a new spring wagon Saturday. Jake Piereeall, is building nn addition to his barn. W. J. McLeod lias the contract to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 January 1901

Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 13. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY l7, 190I. NO. 4I A Hot Time. There has been a hot time on for the past ten days at the Cooper School 4 miles north west of this city. Little Charlie Lear snapped a paper wad across the room and after the scholars were dismissed, he was severly chastised by the teach er, Prof. Vernon Morthland, witli an osage orange stick. It resulted in the school board and about two thirds of the patrons of the school writing a petition to A. H. Foreman, County School Commissioner, of Marion county, requesting him to revoke the teachers cer tificate to teach. Commission er A. H. Foreman examined the case pro and con and decided not to revoke certificate, but in his decision wrote: "He (Char lie) was cruely punished by the teacher, the teacher deserves an equal punishment." 'The law contemplates continued cruel ty." When the board found that it had an elephant on its hands it made things so warm that Prof. Morthland tendered his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 January 1901

THE DEMOCRAT vv. 3. it. P. ROUSE, Editor. HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 per vi-.ak Entered at the poet office at Monroe City, as KpioiKl-c lifi matter. Mo THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 1901 Dr. Ritrhcy n akes a special ty of Eye. Ear. Nose and Chest diseases. Try tbe Dkmockat a year. Oysters served any style at Caldwellcfc Son's restaurant. Industrial prosperity in Ger many is shown by a large in crease in Consumption of coal In almost all branches of busi ness. Dealers in protected wool are getting it in the neck, while raiser of unprotected cotton are reveling m high prices. How is this for high tariff? Kansas City Times. Palmer and Wrights Per fumes the finest made at 13. O. Wood's. "Hurry back' and get some while they tire 'In B. O. Wood's of the bargains going. Oysters at restaurant. Caldwell & Son's We need our money. A. BOI'MVAKK & Son. on the Now is time to enroll Demockat's list. Send news items to the DEM OCftAT. 'Phone 14. Dollar Boards at the Ever heart Lumber Co. Hogs k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 January 1901

HOM. J. H. WHITECO TTON. Speaker of the Lower House Ap pints Chairman of Commits e's The full list of chairman ships follows: Appropriations Hamilton of Daviess. Railroads and internal im provements Bradley of St. Franci's. Roads and highway Weav er of Jefferson. Aorld's fair Hall of Saline. Judiciary Hackney ol Jasp er. Ways and means Hawkins of Marion. Private corporations McCol lom of Ripley, Criminal costs Kendricks of Linn. Education Farley of Platte. Life and accident insurance and fraternal societies Sim mons of Shelby. Fire insurance Locker of Pulaski. Wills and probate, law Bald win of Dunklin. Banks and banking Carson of Randolph. University and school of mines Roberts of Boone. Normal schools Coffman of Phelps. Municipal corporations Dua can of Buchanan. Elemnosynary institutions CrandaH of Shannon. . Agriculture Shelby of La fayette. Constituional amendments Kennedy of Jackson. Penitentiary and reform schools Holland of St. Louis. City official salaries and fees Holmes o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 17 January 1901

THE DEMOCRAT W. .1. ROU8E, Kditor. It. F. HIXSON, City Kditor. tehvis $I,OOPER veAR KntertJ m the poM office t Monroe City, is RtOOtld-OlMI matter. Mo. THURSDAY. JAN. 17, 1901 Now for a grander Missouri. Gov. Dockey's past serviCe in Congress insures Missouri a modt'l State administration. Speaker Wbitecotton is mak i ii r an excellent record. His committees have been well selected and his rulinirs are fair and just. Congress has no right to take the peoples money and sub sidize an industry more pros perous than the masses in America. If the American people have a right to be a free and inde pendent people the Filipinos have the same rights to liberty. Missouri should have a good -exhibit at the Buffalo exposition und In order to make it what it should be the legislature should pass the bill appropi.atiuff $100. 000 for a Missouri exhibit at the Pan American Exposition. If the people fully realized what a public library is there is not a city, town or village that would be without o...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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