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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 2 October 1903

t m m m m m m m m m m DON'T FAIL TO That you can get just Furniture and Carpels -AT- J. W. KIRK'S. t The Baldwin Pianos for Sale. GliO. H. HUUUAKD, NoUry I'ublio. 5 HUBBARD & KMNAUGH, 5 Owners of tho only Complete Set of ABSTRACT HOOKS of Morgan County, Missouri. 5 Heal Estate, Insurance aid Rental Agents. J Special attention at reasonable rates to property V of non-residents, payment of tuxes, etc. $ 'Phone 51. Office, 1st Floor of Court House. J VP:ilSAILLKS, MISSOURI. . . LAWYER . . . VERSAILLES, - MISSOURI. Office in Lumpeo Block, over Bank of Morgan County, Jtootns 1 and 2. J Health I Restorer. 0 Price, aOOPer Bottle. 6 for 95.01. A PERFECT Stomach Medicine. PHr.PAHBD ONLY BY -TMst- BUNCETON, MO. j For Sale in Versailles by Muntzel Drug Co. Versailles Drug Co. For Salo in donated by Joe Milburn. Wlion you have any hauling you want done can on WILLIAM LEWIS, Tho Old Reliable Transfer Man He has good teatnH and faithful drivers. Charges reasonable. MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! At low...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 2 October 1903

ILLINOIS STATE PI OPENED Opening of the Bfg Annual Event Under Good Auspices. MANY COSTLY IMPROVEMENTS I.mi'ui- Mi 111 n i:iii'inleil lii Imp rut In1 liilliliiiua mill Mriimiila Kulr AVI II i:i'liihi A I li I it K llvr-r Kn mm In tin; I'lllr I. Inc. Siprlnsflclrf, III., Sept. 23. Saturda) iniirnliiB the llfty-firnt annual (ixposl lion of tho Illinois Htato I''alr assocla lion (ipenf.'il under most aiifiiiicloiw clr uinihtancca. DurliiK ttio i;ul lew inoit'-lm a total of $200,000 has boon cx imndcil In Itnntovltif; tlie buildings and liciHllfyliiK t ho already Ijeautlful ;ioiindn, and (here Is no doubt that the init of 1'JOll will far cclls-ci anything Illi nois lias ever known In the fair line. Anion!; thelrniiroveincnts made were: Erection of woman's bulldlni; at a eosl of ?:i0,000; new dairy bulldliiK, $15, 000; Irniirovement to coliseum, ?::0,000; annex to machinery hall, $3,00!) ; elab orate sued coveilnj; for all the walks $10,00'), and miscellaneous improve ments, over $.",0,0...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 2 October 1903

COOPS FOR FATTENING. Tfcrr K tin III r fen It 1-7 Hnlirri tb II on I) It- tlir WcIkIiI of la lu u SbnM Ttmr, Although the cramming machine In the hands of nri pxiicrt will probably give the; best results In finished product, small coops for fattening chickens will be found tho most iirofltablo by most chicken ralsere. These coops are used very largely In Kniilnntl and liavo been ndopttd successfully by tho Canadian government. The accompanying Illus tration shows a coop divided Into three pnrtB, which will hold a dozen chickens. These cops arc built of lath and one Inch square pieces for the framework. A. -r.- . . si.atti:d i'atticning cooi'. Each part Is two feet long, 10 Inches wide mid i!0 Inches high, which experiments have shown to be the bi st size. Tho coops are placed out of doors In the shade, either under trees or In an open shed, but In M;ere wenther (should be placed In a clott d building. A small V-shaped trough is usrd to hold the Teed, and water Is supplied In a cup, ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 2 October 1903

GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. 1UCII ZING FIND. iter Death Much Deplored. While talking to a citizen of kiltie Morgan a few days ago he recalled thu Md episode of the drowning of Miss liora Jordan, the young schoel teacher, I hi! fatality havlntr occurred at tho ford In the Lamine river near Otter vlUe during the sudden rise two week ngo. Miss Jordan wan a young lady whose energy and ability had been recognized by the wholo community where she lived. She had secured certificate, and in company with her father, was on her way to take up her tlutlcH as a teacher. While crowing the river her clothing had become drenched and she started to recross In an effort to go back home to change her soiled clothing. She was on horse back and the swilt current carried her horse down tie stream, her devoted father being powerless to save her. The news soon reached the ears of neighbors and friends who labored hard to recover the body of the unfor lunate victim. Thursday evening fol lowing, thu searchers, afte...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 October 1903

Aorgao County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fourth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Oct. 9, 1903. No. 41. ! LOCAL NEWS. I Call fur Hardy's Prlae linking Pow der. Men's Rubber Hoots and Shoes at the "FAMOUS," ("hi to Hardy's grocery and ask for his 1'rlr.u Raking Powder. V, A, Sharpless of Harnett wan trad ing In thlh city Saturday. Fred Johnston of lioonvlllc spent the day In Versailles Inst Friday. Hardy's Prize linking Powder' 1h jroiny like hot cakes. Ask for It. KOU SALK Two good residence properties, cheap. II. A. YouSfi. August Welpunn of Oravios Mills was transuding business In tills city Tuesday. No (Ire or second-hum) goods at the "FAMOUS." All new, at a reasona hie price. Dawson Crisp and II. M. Kcevel of Syramiso were hero Tuesday on pro bate huhluess, A tidy Watson, the merchant and financier of Linn Creek, spent the day here Tucsd.iy. If you want pure clean Ice, fresh Meats and (Irocerics, leave your order with...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 October 1903

THE DEMOCRAT. FnblMhnt V.vrrr FrliUr Mnrnlng. TILLMAN ft I'KICK, I'roprletori. VERSAILLES. MISSOURI. 1903 OCTOBER 1903 75. 1ICK. TTIE Vlt. Tflrft- fHI. f IT. 56 Ti 8 9"J0 1TT2 13 14 J5 16 17 18,79; 20 2 22 23 24 25 j 26 27 28 29 30 3J THE WEEK'S NEWS llniipeninfrs of the Past Seven Davs in Jirivf. IIOUXD ABOUT TIIE WORLD Casualties) nml Fin. IVrsonnl mid I'r litiral .Vote, Bimiicn Failures ami itoiiiiiptioiis, Weather Record. IXTELLIOESCB FIfOM ALL PARTS tioui:s'rin. V,y .i collision between r. passenger irnln and nil elect ri.- ear near the Haw thoenc track In Chi' ago six persons werei i Wed and niri'; injured, making a total c.f .l.'i fatalities In Chicago fur September on slcam and Kin ;t rail ways' A rnnli lynched Walter Davis fcol rT'di f,t Marshall. Tex., for the miirdcr of Constable Hayeu. Tlf public debt statement Issued op the 1;' shows that the dcVif eecreaeil 50171 c12 during the inoiitb of Sep tember. Cash In t tin treasury, ?2S9, 4l7,1f.i Total debt, less cikIi In trea...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 October 1903

THE DEMOCRAT. Pabllnhml Kvorr Friday Morning. TILLMAN 1'ltICK. I'roprlrtorii. VEBSAILLEa. I MlSSOUill. LET'S MAKE BELIEVE. Let's make billeve. Our life liai too much sameness. It's too prosulc, ilult mill commonplace. Day nfler il.iy thu round of drcumy tunic IICS. A treadmill trodden at n plodding pact. What seems moat real ut most Is miljr seeming Why for Hjipiiroiit worries idiotild we giieve? 'Throw tlicrn aside ami wisely go tu dreaming. Let' a m.iku believe. Let's make believe. There Is a land quite near us. A realm enchanted, tilled with pleasant tlitntrs. Where light and beauty ever aro to i hoer us, An liiHtant's lllght on fancy's Jeweled WhlgS, Iliglit Httango It Ik that we should here be staying, That to base things We foolishly should cleave, When thu sweet chlldhuod's game wo ean li.' playing L"t's in. ike believe. Let's make believe there l no care or sinow, That jMiverly and sickness are no more, That each bright day will bring a brighter morrow, That for us greater b...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 October 1903

Tbe Perpocr&t. I'nlillihftd i:tttr I'rliUy MorBlug. TILLMAN 6 PRICE, Proprietors. Wiioiln lllil(.M l'lnir..l'linnn No. 135, Subscription I vcar, in advance SI 00 (J mo.s " " tM Entered In l'ost Onicu fit Versailles Missouri .is second class mull matter For Governor, 1 1)0 1, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. CuiiiiihIkii Alieud ol' lllni. Men who oppose Joseph W. Folk as a gubernatorial candi date are now attempting to stick pins in the groat boom started in St. Louis by the business men with Nelson V. McLcod as their secretary. True, the machine leaders should fear Mr. McLeod and his legitimate methods if they intend to make a light against the able prosecutor and the reform measures he has in augurated. Every editor in the state who favors Mr. Folk, knows just what Mr. McLeod has been doing, und they know further that he has ucted independent of Folk or any political club, faction or body outside of the association with whom he has been working. These editors...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 October 1903

Beautiful Complexions Arc swilled by ttslnir any kind of What's Been Done in Morgan County. HEDFORoy preparation that fills the porett of the hid n. The best way to secure u clear complexion, freu from sallnwucss, pint- tiles, mutches, etc.. In to keep tho liver in I'ood order. An occasional dose of 81AMUGHT A Purtial list of Farming, Coal and Mineral Lands, as Far us at Present Obtainable, which havo been Sold in Morgan County und Transferred to People Living Outside of the County, and a Large Per Cent Outside the IJorders of the State llerblni) will cleanse the bowels, recti- late the liver, and so establish a clear, healthy complexion. fiOc by Witten Uriitf Co. ConitiDatlon ii nothing more I I than u ctoimintr of the bownli ' aim nolhinu ions than vita itan- nation or death if nut relieved. If ovrrv constlimtfd nufferer could realms tint he is allowing ixiifoiwiin filtii to remain in lm svtfin, ho would loon net relief. Constipation tuvitei all kind of contain. Headache, liilioiu...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 October 1903

TORNADO SWEEPS THE NORTHWEST Seven Killed; One Hundred Houset Destroyed at St. Charles. LtSTOF FATALITIES NOT KNOWN It 1 I'l'iirril Tlirrp Arp a .tiiiini-r of (II It i r Vii'tlini l Trli-urmili mid 'I -li-iliiiin- Wire Are lliion mill riiiiiiiiiitili-fillcui C'nt OfT. Si. I'.nil, Minn., Oct. 5. The town ol 81 Chtirlc?, In Winona county, wan al rnoht coiniiletoly wiped out by a tor. nailo Saturday afternoon. hcvcri persons were hilled and ill were Injured, many of them heiiounly, I he dead: .lohn llhena, fir. William Klicna, Ills fcon. Will Adams. (J-iear Crittenden, (ieore JoHKon. I'M Murphy. Ivl I'etcrs, of Dover, Minn. With llio exception of Carrie IChenft Oiarles (,'rlppens and a man named lilj.'ilieiihel'K, the names of the Injured ire no lar unolitalnahle, ail wire com riianlcatlon with the htrleken vlllagi Is now altoe,etlier cut off. Two elevators, the principle ftirnl ti.ro store In the town and the hlj Hour mill are completely wreelierl vhlle the teh'Krapli olllce and saw m...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 October 1903

A CELLAR FOR CELERY. iMprnidt Horntr Sy.trin, Ht-cna.. m-mli-il hy I hi' ('iiciii'll (V. V.) , experiment Miitlnu, When celery Is grown In consider, able quantities It is necessary to have a Iilaco In which to store It. It Innl advisable.- to construct the nlaee carl) In the season to make Mire that It li ready when needed. We show twe cuts of an Improved litorae fur celery that linn recently Ik en IlliiRlrated h) the Cornell lixperlment station. Thi i Lwrinuon ov cem.au. first cut nhows the exterior of Fiich t cellar, anil the wcond the Interior. The utorlnK of celery for tJie winter trade Ik an Important problem In the north, and the present mrthodB of heeplnp celery are defective for commercla. imrposes, being either too wasteful 01 mpilririK too mtleh labor. II. M. l?ar, of the Cornell rtatlon, t--ayn: "Tc contltiue Its vitality, (succulence and crihpneKH, celery must continue in the fstorngfj lioiife a very slow growth, n Krowth sulllclcnt to estnlillnh the roots in the soil an...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 October 1903

GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. Constitution of tho Old Settlers' Association. On the 1st day of October, 100H. th following named Old Settlers of Mor gan County, met In the court house It Vi.rR.iUle. Missouri, to wit: J. E. felniH, James Ratclift, W. II. Ratcllff, 11. C. Mohley, .Jacob Cllne, P. M. bidobot tcun. .1. K. Estes, J. W. Llvlngton, J M. Williams, T. R. Townsley, Margaret Rankin, C. C. Mcrrlott, J. W. McCJana han, 0. M. Ounn, .1. S. Thruston, Mrs 0. M. Ounn, Mrs. .1. W. Livingston Virginia MeNalr. William A. Kldwetl James Wilson and L. .J. Daughman. Tim purpose for which they met was tin; organization of an Old settlers' As soci.ttloii. L. .J. liaughman was made temporary chairman and T. 11. Town ley, temporary secretary, and they proceeded to affect tho organization by adopting the following constitution to wit: j-jist Tills organization shall b Vnowii )V tho name of "Old .Settlers' Association of Morgan County." And to be eligible to membership the per son must bu a native-born Mor...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 October 1903

Aorgao County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fourth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Oot. 18, 1903. No. 42. LOCAL NEWS. Call for Hardy's Prize Unking Pow der. Men's Rubber Hoots and Shoes at the "FAMOUS." Lund In Nodaway has been sold re cently at tloo pur ncr. Hardy's Prize Unking Powder Is going like hot cakes. Ask for It. Ed. Cleary, one of Corutn's business men was here Tuesday on business. FOR HALK Two good residence properties, cheap. H. A. Younu. J. V. Roe came In from Proctor and transacted business in this city Mon day. No fire or second-hand goods at the "FAMOUS." All new, at a reasona ble price. K. C. Iliinburg and (. V. Lnke two Kansas City drummers, were here get ting acquainted with our business men Tuesday. Philip Homer and W. 11. Hewitt of South Morgan were heie on business Tuesday, and favored the Democrat with a friondly eall. F. I). Harrison, one of our enterpris ing real estate hustlers, wus In Kldon Mond...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 October 1903

THE DEMOCRAT. FobllihiMl Krcarr Friday Morning. TILLMAN l-UICK. 1'roprlotors. VnsAiLLi:a MISSOURI Happenings of the Past Seven Days in Briefc ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD CaHualticK and Tin, Personal ami Po litlcal NoleH, HuhIiichh Failures and ItesnmiitloiJH, Weather Record. LNTELLIGENCE FROM ALL PAET8 nntiriTio. The Rratid Jury of Moore county, Tcn nissee. has returned 22 Indictments for murder against th; members of a mob who lynched a negro In Nashville. William H. Wright, of Effingham, has been elected grand master of Illinois mas.ons Manufacturers who are members of trade associations of the country have started a campaign to crush the weaker labor organizations. Th; seventh annual convention of the League of American Municipalities: began In Haltlmore. John Decker, of Norwich, Conn., a me th&nlc 44 years old, entered the white house In Washington, wax arretted as a ertnk and sent to an Insane apyluin. Gustnve Ilecler, an 18-year-old stu dent, died In Chicago from Injurks re ceiv...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 October 1903

THE DEMOCRAT. PabllahMl Kroty lUr Mnrntn. TILLMAN m I'ltlOK. lToprletur.. VEfiSAILLIiS. t MISSOURI. LONESOME. I am lonesome to-night for the gloaming, Hoft falling mi valley uml lilll; The low of tl! cuttle when liotnlnir. The plaint of tliu lotin whlppnorwlU: Tin) jot In tin- grove by tin' ilvcr, Tin plrumreM that knew no alloy, 1 am lonely to-ulght, ami forever, Kur hcciivh tliut 1 knew when a boyl I iiiIsm the tall elms, ami tin- beeches That splHul their tool shadows for nml 1'or tho loin;, mtii'ly, ulilnmn i ln riucliej That Htti'R'heil fur away by tho ma; l'or the moon path that trailed It white glory Afur, ami the shimmering dew! I low; to tell over llfeH story, Ami know tliu old love that 1 kncwl 1 am lonesome tn-nliht, anil I'm w-miy; No loll bring forgetting or peace, Anil my eye have grown dim; life li I dieary; No 1 1 t n mt brlmrs my longingM Hiuceanu! Ku lorn of tlio wlxeHt of sagca; No poetry, music, or art, Av.iIIm mi ; I turn Irom the pages With the longlm; still fa...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 October 1903

Tbe Peniocrat. I'ublUlind Kvry ITrlrUjr Mornliif. TILLMAN PRICB, Proprietors. Woo. In IIIiIk..?iI Floor.. Plume No. 135. Subscription 1 year, In advance 81 00 " mn " " 60 Kntcred In 1'oht Olllcc t VermlUcs Missouri as second class mull mutter For Governor, 11J0 1, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. Has G rover Cleveland lost his bait? We haven't heard a word of him for over a week. Old fashioned mush und milk suppers have been replaced with the more up-to-date dish of 'pos sum and sweet 'titers. The Missouri hen is said to be bringing mores money into the state than tho Missouri mule, yet she's not cackling loud about it. An exchange says there are red hawes, black hawes and Har ry Hawes, yet the former varie ties are best known in the rural districts. The World's Fair is to have a nursery for visiting babies, but this does not indicate that the Fair Management will go into baby farming. The Topekii Flambeau Club, the largest Democratic organi zation in Kansas, has ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 October 1903

BUCK-DRAUGHT i;onnipation it nothing morn i than a clogging of ofte tottl the bowel ami not lung lost thai than vital stag- nation or death if not rrdisved. If evcrv con it i Dated rmffsrer enuld rualiro that bo ii allowing poiaonou Tilth to remain in hit ttem, he would toon act relief. Conntinntion invites nil kind of contagion. Hrudochfj, bilioua min, cold and many other ail ments disappear when consti a!i:d bowels are relieved. Tlied If.rd's Mack-Draught thoroughly rlrttna out the bowola in an cany and natural manner without the burning of calomel or other vio lent cufliartici. lis turo that yoti get the otIrI nal Thedfcrd'n lllaclr-Draiight, niado by Tim Chattanooga Mrdi- cimti;o. hum by all (lrugguta in 25 cent and fl.OO packagoa. MorM, irk., Mt; 15, 1WI. I ruant riteomaitnd ThNforn! IJIirk Drvhtlhlhlt. I kMBllln bit Ihmm UUmUi it mna umiw ina 11 nir wir- ln 1 BT cblMroa ur oilier 1aitlt. 1 UilnV I null nT p Mil hi wrs wilftrat It on nrmut of nnng tronblta Willi i eoitMitituoa....

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 October 1903

REASSURING. hp V.tpertril to lie In llir nmr "Fix" llernelf nntl Coiilal Tlif-rrfora HymttMlhlitp. A miiMle-agrd man nml hi wife decided la 4nkf .i trip to Wuahington, and oU wtho beginning of the- rca.on, lh-y both iiivrrteil in home new clothca for the jotirnry. Thcl! urouii-iip children innde fun of their "new niiliciiiiiiic, hut it waa not until tlity wor -ilcly icttUil in thnr M-aU nml iineni'il their HUM that they diHovenI the joke that l.nil lift ii nlacil upon them, ril.Uc the .c:W Yen I; Time. , , , , One of their oHeprinK hail (illol Iifith MtfhcU with on Inhmi! out uliat thy needed, the liny Rutin wcne adttciid lrcidivi't. Of rouoi- there wna at once an nminrl ri.i le on i-vcry oncV face, and tin- mother felt herxll gettinn udder than l.c- hndrvtr lieeii in her life before, and u.ii made no in veeoiiifortalilewhi-rm fot llt-riii.m woman op;o..tr lejiied over and aid ipiite audihly: "Ach never iinriil, I'm a vidder vimian now, hut t!ii time next week I'll be in the in-nt? ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 October 1903

ADMIRAL SCHLEY ENDORSES PE-RU-NA. Pe-ru-na Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio: Gentlemen:" can cheerfully say that Mrs. Schley has taken Pe ruana and I believe with good effect"W. S. SCHLEY Washington, d. c. 1W A USEFUL IMPLEMENT. Implr Ilevire for Taking l.TMa lot Tile UralnlnB ur Mnklnu IJItrlira (or Irrlaallnar. I send you a drawing and description of my device for tile draining ur mak ing ditches for Irrigating. Take three pleccn of tnln board, Bay two or three Inches wide, two of them about Heven feet long, one for cross bar of triangle, near Ave feet long, nailed across two and a half feet from base parallel points of triangle. Hang plummet and line from top to just below crows-bar. Clot the center on the cross-bar by rcvcrnlng the tri angle, and make a groove or fine cut In cross-bar for center, so there will be no mistake. Kalpc one end of triangle mu-half an Inch, make a fine mark where the plumb line then hangs; that will show a grade of one inch to the rod where the points of trian...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 October 1903

3MHMKU MvW, V;M5HBBW1.TV"-V i rv-J! '- V.?rnt - mrHiUWW n"-'r. ".I T rinV iW atitl fill -i r ' . ''1-,ntf . WM-. NtitlUU tttutfatr.. i Kit I .1 WTSrj f 4 GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. Jesse S. HnorKranH Dead Died, at his home In this city, Wed nesday morning at 8 o'clock, Jesse 8 Hnorirrasa. aired years, 0 month und two days, heart disease of which he had suffered for months being the direct cnuse of death, his wife aud six rown children surviving him. Jesse Sweeney Snorgrass had been a resident of Morgan county for 03 years mlno- come to the county with his parents from Catcy county, Kentucky when but three year of age. He had been n farmer all his life and until ro cHtif.lv lived on a farm three miles north of Versailles. In August, IS he was murrled to Miss Francis Young, daughter of Col. T. K. Young of this county, to which union six children born, namelv: Thomas J., of Kenton county! Dr. W. F., of Centralla, I.T.:Mrs. Viola K. Price: Jennie . Adnms of Washington. D. C.i Wade Hampton of F...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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