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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 August 1906

Morgan County Republican CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. K Seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Aug. 24, 1900,. No. 34. "T f 7" J OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF ClOSmg Ullt Oale! I Summer Dress Goods MHHBMIHHMHHHHHIHHBHMHHJ As well as the Entire Stock of Ready - To - Wear Garments The Fall and Winter Goods will soon be on the way and we must make room for the coming Season. See the extra Low Prices. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. Each and every garment is strictly up-to-date and made by the best manufacurers in the east; here are a few of the extra good values: $1.00, 1.25; 1.50, 1.75, 2.00 and $2.50. Any of the waists are worth 35 to 50 per cent more. Popper's Emporium. Matting Department We still have several nice pat terns of Mattings, we cannot sell them in winter time so we let go of them now at one fourth off the regular price. Popper's For Mattings. embroidered Waist Patterns. We still have a large stock to select from, not wishing to win ter t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 August 1906

FROM CHILE THE QUAKES HAVE CEASED, AND THE PEOPLE ARE BE COMING CALMER. CRUSOE'S ISLAND SUNK The Dead In Valparaiso Will Numbel Hundreds, Whlls For the En tire County Probably Thousands. Now York. A report has readied this city that the Soutfc American caitlupiake destroyed thi Island of .Mian I-'crnnndcz, oft tho Chilean coast. It belonged to Chile and on It woie a penal settlement and n fort. The situation. This Ih the Island made famous by Daniel l)e Koe as the scene of th thrilling aiheiituios of UoblnBon Cru eoe.J The earthquakes In Chile havs ceased, the roKiiltaiit tires have been extinguished, and people of the twa cities, Valparaiso and Santiago, am taking Rood stops to tellevo Buffering, care for the wounded, and bury the dead. The period of succor has en tered. Dispatches reeehed from Chile tend to show that the first estimates oj casualties and material damans had been greatly exaggerated, and that the people of Valparaiso arc becoming calmer. It Is still Impossible to r...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 August 1906

ENEMY TO GRASS AND CORN. The So-Called Grass Web Worm, an How It May Be Combated. Grass web worms, It will be remem bered, were somewhat destructive last year in portions of Honsselaer, Colum bia and Albany counties, New York, says the Country Gentleman. The In juries were In most cases confined to grass lands, particularly tho drier knolls, and tho damage was empha sized by tho prevailing dry weather. Tho largo amount of rain the present season has prevented depredations of this character from being noticeable, though grass web worms appear to be abundant in some fields, sinco a re lort has just come to us of rather se vero injury In Columbia county to corn planted on recently plowed sod land." Grass web worms, sometimes known as corn web worms, come from mi nute whlto eggs deposited by tho light-brown, white-marked moths so frequently observed flying in largo numbers in late afternoon and early evening in grass fields nnd Invariably alighting with tho wings wrapped closely about t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 August 1906

THE. GREAT Pan Handle Country Is the Best Part of Texas. It excels in its delightful climate, deep, rich soil, ample rainfall, abundant water supply, and splendid opportunities. This part of Texas was formerly the vast, unbroken ranges of the Cattle Kings. Now it is The Ideal Farming Country, the Fruit Growers' Paradise, the land of Cat tle, Horses, Mules, Sheep and Hogs The undersigned is the Exclusive Agent in this section for a tract containing 142,000 acres which will be sold on easiest terms, and at a price not offered by any other Land Company. Seeing is believing I Go see these Lands. Ex cursion the 1st and 3d Tuesdays of each month. HARLAN A. YOUNG, Curtis BlocK, Versailla. Missouri. The Opening of Schools. Teacher and school officer, should get everything in readiness for school at (east week before schools opens. Clean bouse, cut weeds, see that good water may be had, burn trash, iniice premises unitary and avoid malaria and other diseases due to uncleanly surroundings. Th...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 August 1906

ORDER OF PUBLICATION. TATK OP MISSOURI,'! COUNTY Of MOMdAM, I In the Morgan County Circuit Court, In Vaca tion. Wllhelinlna Ilrnii.l, rialulllT, vs. JlintiT. Matlu. If living, and If dead, his mi- Known neirnm uevisvcs, I'cicmiiim. At this any ensues plaintiff herein and files netitlmi and nftirinvit. alleging Rinoiiit other thlUK that deff ti.'niil, James T. Mnatln, if llvlnn not a rcsinem m mis mule, ami 11 ticau iiiam- till verily believer that his unknown helm or devisee, by snlil record title, are interested in the subject matter f this petition hut that they are unknown to this plaintiff, so that their name cannot he Inrerted herein nor their re spective Interests set out, but Hint they derive their interests if they have any, from James T. Mastln as his heirs or clevieees. Whereuiwn, It Is ordered by the clerk in voca tion that snld defendant tic notified by publi cation that plaintiff has commenced n suit RKOiust him In this court the object and gen eral nature of which is t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 August 1906

The Democrat llf II. F. TILLMAN. VERSAILLES. MISSOURI Japanese statesmen must wondet nt their own moderation when' tliey consider how helpless Russia is. Tho year JDHK bids fair to be re membered as one In which every crop of every kind In the United States was a success, Despite a common impression, it la a fact that comparatively few of the very wealthy men of tho country liavo side whiskers. Turkey i of uses to recognize Nor wny as an Independent kingdom. Norway Is, no doubt, sitting ug nights to worry about It. It would be a graceful compliment for all the airship inventors to ao company the polar balloon as a re lief expedition on the spot. Tho arrest of two Wall street bro kers for inatcliln;; quarters, and on the charge that It Is gambling, Is an Incident to louse the laughter of tha gods. A Chicago professor advocates temporary marriages. Chicago pro feasors aien't so original as they used to be; we have too many temporary marriages now. The Columbus girl who went to jail la...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 August 1906

COULD NOT KEEP UP. Broktn Sown, Lilts Many Anothtt Woman, with Exhausting Kid ney Trouble. Mm. A. Taylor, of Wharton, N. J., ays: "I had kidney trouble In its most painful and severe form, and tho torture I went .fk through now seems k to have been al- rB most unbearable. Vatfeaffll had back-ache, pains S aSjZ. ,n ,,d0 and ioiub, uizzy speiis and hot, feverish headaches. T h e r o mi wore bearing-down pains, and tho kid ney socrotions passed too frequently, and with a burning sensation. They showed sed iment. I becamo discouraged, weak, languid and depressed, so sick and weak that I could not keep up. As doctors did not cure me I decided to try Doan's Kidney Pills, and with such success that my troubles wcro all gone after using eight boxes, and my strength, ambition and general health is fine." Sold by all dealers. BO cents a box. Foster-Mlltonrn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. QA8 USED UNDER LIME KILNS. Innovation by Connecticut Company Is a Success. The New England Lime company, of Wlnstead,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 August 1906

D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner room on second floor over First National Dank, VersmilleB, Mo. Prompt service and first-class work to all patrons. 1'hone 37. Kev. J. I.. McKee of Kansas City and J. K. Stephenson of Parkville were here this week on business. 'These two ministers are seeking a .site for a Presbyterian College and several towns arc bidding for the institution. This is to be quite an extensive college and if a proper effort is made on the part of our public spirited citizens it is possible Versailles can secure it. They were in consultation with K. A. Crewson and others here during the week but no definite action so far has been taken in the matter. John H. Snorgrass, one of the pro gressive farmers living near town, has our thanks for a box of potatoes which are hard to beat. They were of the Hurbank variety and the box contained nearly a peck which had been dug out of two hills. Kvery potato was large, smooth and perfect in every particular, and were cal...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 August 1906

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. SEVENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Aug. 30, 1906. No. 35. S r III OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF ClOSing UUt Oale! Summer Dress Goods As well as the Entire Stock of Ready - To - Wear Garments The Fall and Winter Goods will soon be on the way and we must make room for the coming Season. See the extra Low Prices. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. Each and every garment is strictly up-to-date and made by the best manufacurers in the east ; here are a few of the extra good values: $1.00, 1.25; 1.50, 1.75, 2.00 and $2.50. Any of the waists are worth 35 to 50 per cent more. Popper's Emporium. Matting Department We still have several nice pat terns of Mattings, we cannot sell them in winter time so we let go of them now at one fourth off the regular price. Popper's For Mattings. Embroidered Waist Patterns. We still have a large stock to select from, not wishing to win ter them over we have decided to...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 August 1906

Morgan County Republican W. W. KINLOCrl, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI Out In Michigan a millionaire lum berman linn lust died, Icnvlnz 27 wlllii. and it won't bo long before there will bo 27 lawyers to each will. Baggy trousers kiicIi as the English expert intends as part of the Amerl can soldier's uniform will render it (II f' flcult for Uncle Sam's boys to run lifter their enemies. A Houston (Tex.) married man de fines sorrow as "an emotion which the benedict rarely experiences when Mary and the kids go to the seaside lor the summer." Sarah Bernhardt need not repine because the deeoiatlon of the Legion of Honor has been denied her. Tho decoration of the American Dollar in uhvays hers for the asking. Miss Corey says she doesn't believe any ilch New York man is fit to bo the custodian of a child. She has not trusted herself to express an opinion concerning ilch Pittsburg men. It has been observed that Americans are more ardently patriotic than over after a solourn in Kurone. This...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 August 1906

HE CHASTISES HIS SON. Policeman Barney Flynn had Just settled hlmsolf for an "off-duty" Bmoko when his wife broko In upon his meditations. "Th' bye's been flghtln' ag'ln," she said. "Terry?" asked Policeman Flynn, without any great display of Interest. "F'r sure," replied Mrs. Flynn, scornfully. "Why d'yo ask thlm fool questions? Have we anny other?" " 'Tls you that sh'u'd know," retort ed Policeman Flynn. And then he added: "Was he licked?" "He was not," answered Mrs. Flynn, with emphasis. " 'Tls a good thing f'r him," assert ed Policeman Flynn. "If he'd got wan ' tickln', Ihcrc'd be another due him." "F'r why?" demanded Mrs. Flynn. Policeman Flynn looked at her In Burprisv. "Oho! ye're an observln' woman, ye arc that! he exclaimed. "Don t ye. know 'tls th' wa-ay lv th' wor-rld f'r to lick th' ma-an that gets licked, an' be a good felly with th' ma-an that wins? Thcy's no cr-rlme In th' eyes lv a hero-worshlpin' public like beln' done up be th' other felly." "As an officer iv tlx' ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 August 1906

0 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Supt. Public Ins J.U. White ,'or Ry. and W. II . Com. .E. V Flentge For Congress W. F. Quigley Tor State Senator IS. A. Crewaon Republcan County Ticket. For Representative R. A. Norlleet For County Clerk F.. K. Huck I -or Circuit Clerk and Recorder W. C.Thomai l'or Collector I'etcrJ. Siegel For Sheriff C, K. Willaon l'or Prosecuting Att'y. . . ,W. T. 8. Agce l'or Presid nc Judge John Ktuweil l'or Probate Judge H. B. Neville l'or Treasurer J. W. Johnson ForCoronsr J. A. Ilraden l'or Surveyor W. K. Stevenson l'or County Judge Hirst District S. F. Bowman l'or Country ludce Second District 9. W. Spears Township Ticket. For Tustice of the Peace. . . . Haw Creek Township. . . .Fred Keek l'or lusticc of the Peace. . . . Morcau Township. . .J. S. McKinley l'or Constable Haw Creek. . Townshin Frank Brown A Sure Bet. Missouri will go Republican this fall just as sure as the 0th of Novem ber comes. The magic spell of the "old guard" has been broken for :,ood, and...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 August 1906

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. John K. Price of Versailles was at his old home near here and in Olean the first of the week attending to some business. Sam Mustek says that Uncle John will hardly notice his former associates. Olean Inde pendent. Peter Harms, of R. F. D. No. 2, made us a pleasant call Saturday and set his subscription up for two years. He is one of our substantial German farmers and we hope his laudable example will be followed by many others. Senator Crewson is erecting a neat 5-room cottage, corner of Lafayette and Fisher streets. It is now in the hands of the plasterers and painters and will soon be ready for occupan cy, and will be a pleasant home for the fortunate renter. A party of young folks composed of Misses Mary licalc, Georgia Hayes, Nettie McCann, Clara Dumpec, and Doran llakcwell, Roy Stockton, Rob crt Stephens and Vaughan Briscoe, held a pleasant outing at Collins' lake on the Gravois, last Sunday. Kd Kavanaugh, of Gainesville, Texas, was here on a visit to his par...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 August 1906

r OF AID TO HOSTESS "King's Daughters" Give a Measuring Party A Fore , handed Hostess Unique Engagement An nouncement Choosing Partners. A Measuring Party. Two young women, who belong to h circle of "Kind's Daughters," havo issued Invitations for a unique af- fnlr to lie given ut the home of one of the girls. Tho Jingle given below explains the nature of tho entertain ment. There will be a short pro grntnmc and daintily served refresh ments. A "Measuring" party is given for you; 'TIs something novel, something new. We young ladles ask all to come, And each 0110 bring to aid us some: Two cents for every foot you're tall, We'll measure you on door or wall; An extra cent for each Inch give, And thereby show how high you live. With music mill song, refreshment und pleasure, We'll meet one anil all at our party of ".Measure." A wise hostess was seen making a tour of the "favor" counter before departing for her summer homo far uway fiom the haunts of men, but where she always entertained ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 August 1906

A GOOD CELLAR. Conditttna Which Mutt Be Secured to Have It Froet and Heat Proof. Thoso who contemplate building, 01 those who have poor cellars, will do well to consider carefully the essen tials of a good cellar. A good cellar must be cool tn summer, and proof gainst freezing In winter. Therefore, depth Is an Important point a deep cellar meeting both these require ments. As we go deeper beneath the surface there Is a tendency towards equalization of temperature, in the northern portions of the United States frost seldom penetrates more than four or Ave feet; while tn summer the subsoil at three feet deep remains at about 60 degrees temperature during midsummer heat. A collar under a house Is not only a necessity In most cases, but Is, In the colder portions of the country, a great help In keeping the house warm In cold weather. A house with a cel lar beneath will require less coal for maintaining living temperature than a house without one. Is a cellar with a cement floor warmer I...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 August 1906

D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in comer rooms on second floor over Pirst National Hank, Versailles, Mo. l'roni)t service nnrt first-class work to all patrons, 1'hone 37. STOMACH TROt'P.II-S AND CON. STII AVION. No one can rcasouabl) hope for good digestion when bowels are constipated. Mr. ChaS. ILildwin, of lidwardsville, 111., says: "I suffered from chronic con stiptation and stomach troubles for sev eral years, hut, thanks to Chamberlain's Stomach and I.ivcr Tablets, ntn almost cure-'!.' Why not get a package of these tablets and Ret well and stay well? Price '2$ cents. Samples free. Por sale by Globe Drug Store C. I) Hunter. Child ScaldedDle"s. An infant, eight mouths old, the youngest of Peter Taylor and wife, two nint one half mile southeast of Harnett, died at their home lat Monday from the effects of a scald which it received on Saturday evening previous. Mrs. Taylor had heated some water to scald a chicken and after she was done with the water, left it standing in the k...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 September 1906

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Sept. 6. 1906. No. 36 . i g-yt . f CT I I I OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF ClOSing (JUt Oale! Summer Dress Goods As well as tHe Entire Stock of V Ready - To - Wear Garments The Fall and Winter Goods will soon be on the way and we must make room for the coming Season. See the extra Low Prices. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. Each' and every garment is strictly up-to-date and made by the best manufacurers in the east ; here arc a few of the extra good values: $1.00, 1.25; 1.50, 1.75, 2.00 and $2.50. Any of the waists are worth 35 to 50 per cent more. Popper's Emporium. . Matting Department. We still have several nice pat terns of Mattings, we cannot sell them in winter time so we let go of them now at one fourth off the regular price. Popper's For Mattings. Embroidered Waist Patterns. We still have a large stock to select from, not wishing to win ter them ove...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 September 1906

n Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCri, Publisher. VERSAILLES : MISSOURI. As usual the arrival of tho sea ser pent proved a reliable signal or tho ad vent of the silly season. Arc the Now Jersey people who re reutly mobbed a man for hissing the Hag all paying their taxes honestly? The arctic explorers are among the few people who llnd no reason tor gelling apprehensive and excited over tho lco question. Kansas Is now thinking of producing tho simllower for oil nnd flour. With thousands of actus of sunflowers un der cultivation Kansas would be uioro picturesque than ever. There 1b a sttong temptation for a llch man to icfialn from complicating bis will by a hcilcs of philanthropic bequests. It Is an axiom that tho shorted will is the safest. Rochester, N. V reports an electric row-milker that pulls the cream out of the most Irascible kickers and Ily switchers almost before they know It. We are living in a lapld age. "Does It pay to be a rich man lu America In these troublous days...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 September 1906

BRYAN HOME THE NEBRA8KAN ARRIVES At NEW YORK FROM HIS TOUR AROUND THE WORLD. given an ovation Would Net Talk Politics, Holding In Reserve His Opinions to Express Them at Madison Square Garden. Col. William J. Uryan, of Nebraska, arrived at Now York on the steamer Prlnzcss Irene, Wednesday afternoon. Ho was taken on board the yacht "lllinl," owned by a citizen of S Louis, and then ashore, where he spent the evening at the home of Louis Nixon. ISarly this morning ho boarded yacht again, and at 4 p. m. will make his formal entrance Into the city, and to-night will speak at Madison Square Carden. Tho story of his arrival Is told In the following dispatch: Now York, Aug. 30. Under gray skies, but In exuberant spirits, and bronzed by the suns of many climes, during a year of travel completely around tho world, William Jennings Uryan, of Nebraska, steamed up Now York bay Wednesday afternoon on the steamer Prinzess rent?, and recelvoi. an ovation. Mr. Bryan Interviewed. Mr. llryan, surround...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 September 1906

The Republican, (Successor to TliK Dkmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. holered in tlic l'ost Office at Vcrsailln, Missouri ns second clan mail (natter. Sulirc-riptioti Trice fl.CO n Ycor, 'Ph ont No. IBS. REI'Ulil.lCAN STATE TICKET. l or Supt. I'ublic Ins J. .'. White lor Ky. ami W. H C0111..H. W l'lentgc l or Congress W. I'. Julgley I or State Senator H. A. Crew-sou Republcnn County Ticket. I or Representative.... 1 or County Clerk .... lor Circuit Clerk. ... mill Recorder .... j'or Collector I or Sheriff .. J'or I'rosecuting Att'y. L'or Presiding Judge. . . 1 or Probate Judge l'or Treasurer ,.R. A. Norfleet 1C. K. Huck . . V. C. Thomas ..Peter J. Siegel ..C IC. W1II1011 ..W. T. S. Agce ...John Kidwell II. li. Neville , . . W. Johnson ... .J. A. Ilradcti .W. K. Stevenson l'or Coronsr . . . . l or Surveyor I or County Jadec I'irsl District Henry S. Inge l'or County Jndn' Seconil District S. W. Spears Tnwnnlitp Ticket. l'or Justice of the Trace.... Haw Creek Township. . . .I'red Ke...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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