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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 November 1906

The Republican, Official Vote of Morgan County, Election Tuesday, November 6th, 1906. (BucceMor to Tub Democrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in the Post Oflice at Versailles Missouri as second class mail matter, .Snbrcription Trice, fl.00 a Year Phan IBS Thk hofldays arc almost here, and noliday advertising i in order. W'c believe we can give the Versailles merchants full value for their money, and would like to have a few more columns. It is hardly necessary to tell the successful business man that advertising pays. That is now an ac Xnowledged fact. The only question is, how much, and where will it pay the best 7 Try the Republican. To Our Correspondents. We are certainly thankful to our few but faithful correspondents for their help in making the Republican a better paper. Country correspon dence is essential to the success of the country paper, and we would like to have a good live correspondent in jvcry school district in the county. It is good schooling in many ways fo...

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. — 15 November 1906

! H. K. ENLOE, 3 RESIDENT DENTIST. OfflcaghMt RnlJtnct 'PhoM J I LOCAL NEWS. The Versailles laundry has opened up for business. Dr. C. A. Wiest, of Stover, was looking after business matters here Monday. G. E. Petty's Poland-China hog sale takes place at Potter's feed barn .Saturday afternoon. General Shafter, of Cuban war fame, died at his home at Bakersfield, Cal., Monday afternoon, after a week's illness. Mrs. J. V. Hays, of Glensted, sends us the cash for our big offer. Try it and see, it is the biggest offer over made. The Odd Fellows Building Asso ciation directors held a business meet ing at F. D. Harrison's office last Saturday night. The Younir Ladies' Art Club will 1 entertained to-morrow afternoon bjy Miss Josie Iliersach, at her home in me soutneast Dart ol town. James Dudley and wife are this 1 t . . . t wcck maKing a visit wun relatives ana friends in the vicinity of Fortuna. While absent Jim expects to do some hunting in Moniteau county. Owing to a slight error or two...

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. — 15 November 1906

m JrW J KM It Werdlno of New York's Paoi. Paul D. Cravath, chairman of the tenement-houso cotnmlttco of (he Charity Organization society, doclarei that a closo canvas shows that there are In New tone tenements 357,000 rooms inai obtb no windows. Tea, the sun shines for mil when It Isn't cloudy. Tc!?0N I I ill III i mi llll" I PERU-NA FOR CATARRH OF THE HEAD.THROAT LUHOS STOMACH 1IDNEKS.BLADDER AND' PELVIC Our Weekly Chat With Dune Fashion SICK HEADACHE Positively enrrd by weso jiittie nils. Tliey also relieve Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for I)lalnc33. Nausea, Drowslaebi, Dad Taste In tlit) Mouth, Coated Tongue, Tola In Uw Side, TOUPID L1VKK. Tuny r i:ulato tbo Dowels. Purely Vegetable. iMMlPllL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PfllCL Genuine Must Bear Fac-Similo Signature iefuse tmmmi AKTEKSI iwau.- PIUS. CARTERS BlTTlE YlVER pjaa. A p!Lt,ve CATARR1 Ely's Cream Balm li quickly absorbed. Citei nellel at Ones. It cleanses, soothes heals and protect...

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. — 15 November 1906

SUMMARY OFTHE ELECTION REPUBLICAN MAJORITY IN THE HOUSE 18 44. Thla la Five More Than the Repub licans Had Pour Years Aflq. Washington, D. C Final analysis of the returns from the states praces the republican majority In the house of representatives at 44. This repre sents a democratic gain of 34 mem bers over their representation In the last congress. It places the total democratic membership at 171, and the republican membership at 215. This la fire more members than the republicans had in the Ffty-elghth congress four years ago. The majority may be reduced to 42, since one district in Ohio is reported as in doubt and probably democratic. The democrats still have hopes of get ting the Twenty-fourth Illinois, where "Bob" Williams Is the democratic can didate. It Williams should be elected, the' figure would be brought down to 40. The democrats lose two seats in the senate those in Montana and Colo rado, now held by William A. Clark and Thomas M. Patterson, respective ly. The most r...

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. — 15 November 1906

EARLY CALL! NEW FALL JACKETS IFOR- Ladies, Misses D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over I'irst National Hunk, Veraaill, Mo. 1'rompt service and first-clans work to alt patrons. I'lione 37. Idea IOC , The Latest New atterns now on sa Patterns now on sale at Carl W. BiersacIVs, on the corner. FROM CLENSTED. Miss Myrtle Raker, of Sedalia, is visit iug relatives here this week. A. Y. Cooper is sawing wood here with his sawing outfit and steam engine. Rev. John Moon preached at the Con crete. church Sunday morning, and Rev. I. R. Keuney preached at night. Miss Lizzie Ilolloway went to Sedalia Monday, to accept a position in the dress making department of the Cannon Mer cantile Co.'h stoics. While Sunday school was in session at the Concrete church last Sunday, it was discovered that the building was on fire. Water was carried and the flames were extinguished. Some little excitement prevailed for n few minutes, The dun- :ige was slight, WALNUT DROVE ITEM...

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. — 22 November 1906

VI Morgan County CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Nov. 22, 1906. No. 47. Republican A BOON IN REALITY. Substantial Brick Blocks Going Up and New Ones Coming Other Good Things for Us. .Strangers who have been coming to Versailles during the past few months have remarked the fact that there was I more life displayed here to the square foot than in any town in the state ac cording to its size. This is no tem porary boom that comes and goes like a puff of wind, but is one of a sub stantial nature, which calls forth other developments. The Mason & Hardy block is com pleted, the Oddfellows block is up to the second story, the M. K. church folks have the solid rock foundation ready for the brick work. The Mis souri Cannel Coal Co. are now laying the steel rails out of town on their new railway to Richland. The new water power plant to furnish electric power for all our purposes, we are assured, is...

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. — 22 November 1906

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCri, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI. Somewhat disconcerting, the num ber of Ice men who deal In coal. The grand dukes must have got I "ornor on all the bombs In Russia. Count lioul do Cnstellanc's debts seem to wtlck closer than hla family. Frauleln Krtipp wns not particular ly comely. In fact, she didn't havo to be. Wonder how long it will take us to hecoine used to the pure food when wo finally get it? When automobile and balloon rac ing become too tamo there remains the submarine boat. Kansas will gladly avail Itself of any hind of help In harvesting Its(orn crop so long as It Is husky. Milliners will lejolce to hoar that 35, OC: songbirds and parrots have beer. Imported from Europe. According to Dr. Parkhurst, n man can be wicked without being rich. Yes, but It doesn't pay to be. So llostou has a new antl-splttlng ordinance. Hut who would have thought that Huston needs such a law. .Vow that eggs aio suspected of har boring disease germs, it ...

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. — 22 November 1906

STANDARD OIL Department of Justice Begins Suit at St. Louis to Kill Giant Trust fie Petitiom Piled Ailu That the Combination Be Declared Unlaw fl aid Rettraiaed froa Doiaf Baiine:s His'ory cf the Mo nopoly and How It la Alleged to Restrain Trade Its Eaonaoai Profits. The War on the Standard. St. Louis. Petition flted tn United States circuit court asking for disso lution of Standard Oil trust nnd per petual Injunction restraining 70 con stituent companies from working with or paying dividends to parent com pany. New York. Standard Oil shares dropped 16 points, making net loss of 160 points Hlnco Roosevelt's war on the trust began; total depreciation In Hock since president opened crusade, (160,000,000; this notwithstanding Quarterly dividends of $10 per share. Findlay, O. Prosocutlng attorney directed by Attorney Goneral Ellis to keep grand Jury In session; all Stand ard Oil offlclalH may bo Indicted; of ficials of Standard OH company of Ohio indicted agreed to surrender. St. Louis,...

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. — 22 November 1906

The Republican, (Successor to Tub Democrat.) W. W. KINL0CHr Proprietor F.utered in the Pout Oflice at Versailles, Misouri-osecond class mail matter. Sitbrcrlption 1'ricc .$1.00 a Yer, 'Phena No. 185 We suppose that Morgan County and the City o Versailles are both ably, represented at the Trans-Mississippi Congress, in session at Kansas ( ity thi, week, but we failed to get the names of the delegates. TilK Ionia Independent, true to Us name, is now a-home print, half size, i:; account of the ready print trust. I'his is probably the only way to get ven with thtstrtist, and the "patent usides" may soon be a thing un known. J. Frank Mokkis has bought the Uterest of his partner, J. H. F.d wards, in-the Jefferson City Tribune. 1'he Tribune is a rattling good paper, 'arring its politic?, and will continue t go- "stright up' oom at the top. ' there is still For Koosevelt. Minni:ioms, Nov. 17. As one re- -ult of (lumper's objection to the tdoption'hy the American Federation ill Labor convent...

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. — 22 November 1906

H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. I Odk Thom RttUanr 'Phont I. 89. m m m m LOCAL NEWS. The Versailles laundry has opened up for business. H. G. Redding, of the V. &. S. Ry., got in Monday morning from a business trip. Assessor Monsess was here last Week, closing up his work for the year 1006. He does his work right. Wc noticed Bro. Boaz on the street Friday carrying a buck saw. Now, the question is: "Who saws the wood ut his house?" He don't. Bcv Gunn, of Eldon, formerly of this city, has changed his residence to Abaline, Tex., the postmaster at El don ordering the Republican to him at that place. Mrs. D. C. Peters and bright little son, Woods, of Trinidad, Col., arc here making a visit with Mrs. Peters' i parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. G. Woods. i ney will extend their visit several weeks. Elder E. H. Woods arrived here last week from his ministerial work in Iowa, and will return to Iowa tomor row after a pleasant visit with his family. He filled an appointment at Harrisonville last Sun...

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. — 22 November 1906

AWFUL SUFFERING PURELY All Around LITTLE THINGS FOR ORNAMENT AND UTILITY. flualnt Bib for the 8mall Sovereign of ' the Home Two New Ideas In Cushions Pretty Qlft Baby's Mother Would Like. Tho quaintest baby bibs arc being nade for small, cunning little mortals. They are long, full sleeves In addi tion to the deep bib Itself, which is big and loose enough to slip comfort dhly over the dress, and buttons In the back, so that there are no strings to knot up unpleasantly. A pretty cushion for the dresser Is In the shape of a bag, and comes In pink, blue or yellow. It Is tied about three-quarters of the way from the top with green ribbon to represent stems, calyx and leaves, while the re maining quarter of the ribbon Is tied firmly, then wrought Into a wild rose, n pansy or o poppy. One cushion, which Is to He flat on tho dresser, represents a big rose and leave" Satin Is used to form the rose itself, the stem being of wire firmly wound with green ribbon, the leaves being formed in tho s...

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. — 22 November 1906

QOOD PAINT AS AN ASSET. Farm Buildings Should Kept Wall Protected to Prevent Lom. Among all the routine expenses of the property owner there Is none that yleldi more satisfactory returns than cood paint. In this respect It Is like firo Insurance, but with a difference. Fire Is accidental and when an In aured building burns, tho Insurance company pays a good proportion of the cost of rebuilding. Hut when building suffers for tho lack of paint as it must suffer If painting Is neg lected tho owner bears the entire loss. It Is the height of improvidence, therefore, to allow a property to de teriorate for tho lack of a coat of good paint in season; for paint Is not only a form of Insurance that pays its own premiums, but in the selling value It adds to a building, it is an actual cash 'asset The best time to paint Is in the spring or tho fall, when tho weather Is settled, and paint applied at the proper time will wear better and pro tect better than If applied at an un favorable season. ...

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. — 22 November 1906

DIRECTORY. TMJW Or MOtJlIKO COt'ftT. Circuit eourt-3nl Monday In April and and Mon day In Anini"t end Dwtnbef . I'rnbnle cnurt-'2ficl Monday In yebruarr, May and 'Siivunilvr, fthil 4th Mrndajr In Aogucl. Count) court-Flrid Monday In rebniarjr. May, locust and November. Mok'Iah Cochtt Oman. j 'rcll I ni; Ju Im -ttulge l't Ulstrlct .liiilKnSnd District MW of Probata Circuit Clurk and Hwimln County Clerk I'rosurntltiir Attorrijr ,-lirrlfT collector I'.sei'sor Treasurer Coroner l-ubllr Adiiiliil-tratnr unpjur William T. Bo wn Thomas F. O'Neal Samuel W. Bpear Harvey K. SerlHo . Wesley 0. Ttminsa John T. IlaJn Win. T. H. Agr Ctarlcn E. Wlllvin 1. C. Hardy, n, rred Mimw Jamea W. JoLiixnii William Well John fl. Bojrce Oeoiye F. Clark ViniLt.n l.irr omeuu. Mayor Samuel lianleU VliyClork - II. M. Mrrai City Attorney It. M. Llvim-iy Clly Tre.iurer PrlwJunx - I.'ltr Mar-lml William Duct llcrutarii)i-tlnjr l cltT council everj 2nd anil 4th Monday ul.'bu. hocirTiM. . T. A A, M.-Verallles U'lge. N...

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. — 29 November 1906

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh Year. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, Nov. 29. 1906. No. 48. THE BANKERS' MEETING. Annual Session of Group Number Eight Held In Versailles Tues day -Meeting Closed with a Sumptuous Banquet. The annual Meeting of Viroup Number Kight, comprising fifty-seven hanks, in this district, .assembled in the club room of the Versailles Commercial Club, Tuesday afternoon promptly at 2 o'clock. There were thirty representatives present, with Hon. A. I.. Ross, President of the Hank of Versailles in the chair, and Roy F. Dane, cashier of the Peoples liank of Tipton, as secretary.. The representatives of our local banks, had issued invitations to a number of our citizens to attend as quests, and the request was fully com plied with. Chairman Ross opened the meeting with a few timely remarks, then called upon Rev. Kmory of the M. K. church to offer an invocation, after which Mayor Daniels d...

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. — 29 November 1906

A PROSPECTOR'S THANKSGIVING IM bren pro'i'cctln' for half a year In. the rockiest luck A man ever (truck, An' my hopo an' my tamper (u out o Kcar, An' 1 felt lu.it ready to up an' buck. An' to rurnc the tiny that I first saw light, To curse the Kolil that waa hid from Right, To curpo the fnto that had led mo on lly the lamp o' hope till all hope wan (tone, An' my heart grew bitter an' full o' hate. An' I railed at the Maater who would create A man to buck At tho crniw o' luck An' only git ripped up the back by fate. 1 knelt mo down by a mountain stream From Its Kpnrklln' water I took a drink, Then Idled on the rocky bank to dream O' tho tattered eilscs o' life, to think. 1 recalled the days that had come an' cofio Slnca I tnro myself from the world nwnv, An' I In; fact on my memory seemed to dawn That 1 n tared In the face o' Thanksglvln' Day. A uneer roue up In my troubled breast, An' my soul with Its Maker renewed Iti war. An' I linked myself with a spiteful zest: "What have I Rot...

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. — 29 November 1906

i DAAIIAND RAIN WATER STORAGE BARRELS. Convenient Arrangement by Which a Supply May Be Kept on Hand. The Town and Country Journal nf Australia llluHtrateu a method of ar ranging rain barrels In n aeries which will appeal to our funnors. Several larie darrein uro net In n row on a suitably platform and connected with Rain Water Storage Barrels. pipes near tho top. As the barrel A la filled, tho overflow runs Into barrel 11, and so on until C Is also tilled. Wa ter Is used each time from tho barrel furthest from tho cave spout with tho result that space emptied each tlmu Is such that It will be filled readily In tho case of rain. While this Is not Important It Is tho only method by which a full barrel Is assuied until the neighboring barrels are emptied. THE MARRYING SQUIRE." FARM IMPLEMENTS. A Large Investment That Should Be Well Looked After. If you havo not gathered up, clean, ed and properly housed your farm ing Implements, and protected t'r.ani from rust and weather, do ho at onc...

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. — 29 November 1906

The Republican, (Succetmr to Tmh DKMOCmat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. I'.uteied in tlic l'ol Office at Versailles, MUsoori an keeotid class mail matter, Subrcriutioli Price, ff.Cfl u Year fheM JV. 103. Our friend, John Hannay, was the ittle leaven in the loaf handed out by the voters of Morgan county; he was he only Democrat elected. John till make such u good officer that his ocople will hereafter elect all Dctno rats, Those voters over there are lissourians-.md John Hannay is tne nan to do it. California Dispatch, You are the worst guesser, ever, (ohn is the last of his race in Morgan otiuty, and will be preserved as a die--exhibit A the last Democrat "lectcd to office in- Morgan county, Missouri, Lf. S. A. A. F- & A. M. Installation At Glensted. Inst Saturday evening the editor of he KKi'Uiu.fCAN accompanied J. r 'libbs to (Jlelisted. where the latter tad an appointment to install the of- leers of (Jlensted Ijdge, No. 250, . F. & A. M. U'e reached Glensted in good time, ...

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. — 29 November 1906

l . H. K. ENLOE, 3 S RESIDENT DENTIST. 2 m m , g Oltlr 'I'hcM UriMtni Tlione 74. SO. fr " 5 LOCAL NEWS. J Remember the Thanksgiving er vices at the Christian church, Thurs day at 10:30. The Palace Grocery has the best Hour for the money in the Versailles market, W. N. Gilson. Hen Wilson, a prosperous and pro gressive fanner of the (iravois, is erecting a fine new bam 42 by GO ft. The snow is gone, and its place is taken by mud and slush, but a few more pleasant days, and they will be gone. Will pay for news of six ewes, lost on Nov. .'Jrd., matked with fork on one ear ami crop on the other. Notify A. I.aforest, Stover, Mo. If you have a ticket for the K. I. llamptet Thanksgiving night you are I Uixed, and will surely rcnembcr it; if I yon have no ticket, "forget it.' If Rev. John Huecher will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday a' 11 a. in. in German, and at 7 p.m. Hi I', lglisli. All are invited to attend. "l'hev sav" that Dndlev. the tnn- sorial artist, is a lady's man, ...

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. — 29 November 1906

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCri, Publisher. VEKHAILLKS, MISSOURI Thu greatest successes are often founded on failure. A lie Ih tho acute form and hypoc risy tlio chronic form of the Hanio dis ease. Homo preachers make the Scripture read: "Make your calling and collec tion sure." A man may not acqulio wealth by early rising, but be can give a good Imitation of Industry by bo doing. At Panama thu earth to be exca vated for the canal Ih estimated at 120.000.0UO cubic yards. Now let Uncle Sum witch the world lu digging dirt. In the controversies of the future it will be well for the powers to remem ber that the steel for the Italian war Bhlps was furnished by an America! Institution. Tho Japanese roll of honor contains the names of 50,120 fighters who won distinction In the war with Hussla. With half a million heroes on hand it's no wonder that Japan Isn't afraid to talk back to Uncle Sam. Italians have erected in New York city a monument to Verdi, tho grand old man of Italian ...

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. — 29 November 1906

CRISIS OF GIRLHOOD A TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL UIm Kmmt Oola 8aya that Lydl "B. Flnkatm's Vegetable Compound has Baved Her Life and Made Her WelL IIow many lWei of beautiful young (firls hare been sacrificed lust as they were ripening into womanhood I How many irregularities or displacements have been developed at this important period, resulting in years of suffering I H A mother should come to her child's aid at this critical time and remember that Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound will prepare the system for the coming change and sturt this try ing period in a young girl's life without pain or irregularities. Miss Emma Cole of Tullahoma, Tcnn. , writes: Dear Mr. I'inkham: " I want to tell you that I am enjoying bet tor health than I havo for yearn, nml I nwo It all to Lydia E. l'lnkbam's Vegetable Com pound. " When fourteen years of ago I suffered al most constant pain, and for two or tlin-o years 1 had Horenesii and jxiluln my Ride, headaches and was dizzy and nervous, and doct...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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