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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 29 December 1905

Morgan County Democrat n CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. SIXTH YEAR. Versailles, MoM Friday Morning, Deo. 29. 1905. No. 52. , . , , , . i. . . . ' " ' 'i ' -isr sm i armada Christmas for the Feet DOES a woman's foot ever have a Merry Christmas? Frequently she fares forth to holiday gatherings elegantly gowned, daintily gloved, but un comfortably shod. She sits out dances. At the theatre she surreptitiously loosens her shoes. She does penance for weeks, until her shoes are "broken in." "(keen Quality" Custom Grade Shoes give ease to the foot the first day worn. They are shaped in such -numerous delicate variations, that they fit in every part firmly hut flexibly. And in fashion, as in fit, they are inimitable. They baflle the copyist as the copper-plate fcript baffles the clumsy schoolboy penman. Give your feet a Merry Christmas with a pair of "Queen Quality " Custom Grade Shoes. Whv net use our "Queen Quality" GIFT CHKTJFICA TESut making ycu...

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. — 29 December 1905

X5hQ DEMOCRAT l'nblUhod Krerr Friday Moraln. TILI.MAX IH1KK. Proprietor!!. VERSAILLES. : I MISSOURI. The till; association of America est), mates the world's production of raw Ilk In l!K)5-'06 at 40,075,508 pounds, ai against 41,998,821 pounds In 1904-'05. Lord Rndstock has been for mora than 20 years nn enthusiastic lay preacher, and has, In tho course of l is evangelistic tours, boon In every ciuarter of the globe. Tho Japanese cigarette hns mado lt Appearance In London. It consists of half an inch of broad strips of choco-latc-colorcd tobacco, to vhlch Is nt tached a cardboard tube an Inch long. For the? coming season tho presi dent's nlds will be fivo In number, each tho son of a man whom history honors. Tho favored quintette com prises Capt. (iuy V. Henry, Capt. Fltz hugh Lee, Lieut. Ulysses S. (Jrant, 3d, end Lieut. Philip II. Sheridan, nil ot the army, and Lleutcnant-Connnandor Albert E. Key, of the navy. The richest mine of sulphur In tho world occurs In southwest Louisiana,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 29 December 1905

Bertram WIngate closed his desk with a weary sigh as the bell In the courthouse tower struck Ave. The plans for the Bottler hospital were not going very well. There are times when etcn a "rising young architect" ceasea to feel the stimulus of his up ward movement. WIngate paused a moment before tho window to look out upon tho swirling snow which was fast converting Nicollet avenue into a white desert. "Wonder If I can have a carriage to go to Minnie Norton's tea?" he thought. Tvo had to buy my dinner at the club three nlght3 this week. Every one re covering from Christmas, I suppose, and too tired to entertain. Club dues on New Year's with the usual tips and presents. No, tho Eighth avenue will havo to do me." Ho liuMed to tho hotel, and r-ftcr a brief toilet boarded a car for Park ave nue. The rooms were crowded when "MOTiiEn, incurs tie arrived at tho Norton home. The heavy odor of rosea, tho suspicion of charcoal from the samovar, and, abovu all, tho animated chatter from the que...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 29 December 1905

OUR MOTTO IS VALUE. Shoppers at Good Values The Democrat. TILLMAN & DUFF. Proprietors. filtered in the I'ost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second cUss mail matter. UVE STOCK MARKETS AT rasas CsTY. the veck's rnADc reported qy CLAY. RGUINSOfJ d. COMPANY, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS. OFFICE0 AT OHICAOO, KANSAS CITY, OMAHA, 8ICUX CITY. BT JOSEPH AMD DENVER. Kansas City, Dec. 2(5, 1U05. l'or the week ending Saturday the market for beef steers was irregular but actual values showed little change. Practically the same condition applied to cows and heifers. Cnnners hocer, gained 10c. Stockers and feeders were dull and closed the same as the week be fore. Ueceibts today were "200. best heavy beef steers were steady; others slow to 10c lower. Cows and heifers were active and strong to 10c higher. Stockers ami feeders were dull at steady rates. The following table gives prices now ruling. Kxtr.i nrmie coinfed steers. 5. 00 to Oood .' 1.10 to Ordinal y 3.U to Choice eornfed heifers...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 29 December 1905

m mi c A Happy New Year To All CARL W. BIERSACH. V '. Do you want to see all of the late styles of hats for men, in colors and shapes, also for boys? Then go to the Famous. Missouri Pacific Rates. For holidays one mid one-tliird fare for round trip. Tickets on s.ile l)ccetii her '22nd, 2nd, .Mtll, 26th, aOtli, Mat and January 1st. Rettiiti limit January 4th. t erritory to uincn tickets iniiv he Mint covers Minnesota to Texas, Miisititi river to the Rocky mountains, and Mi- lis west of Chicneo M. Louis line. illinium rate oil cents. B A. William-., the South Side pro- erytiiati, handles a ehoiee line of irro- ceries and canned goodi. A DARKDKVII, RID 10 fteti ends in a sad accident. To heal iccidctttal injuries use Itucklen's Aiuica Salve. "A deep wound in my foot from ;m accident," writes Theodore Schuvle, f Columbus, O., "caused me ureal twin. Physicians were helpless, hut lltickleii's Arnica Salve quickly healed it.'' Soothes tid Heals liurns like maeic. 2-c at tlie Muut.el I) rut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 29 December 1905

PECK'S BAD BOY WITH THE CIRCUS By HON. GEORGE W. PECK Author of "Pack'i Ud Bo Abroad." Ele. (U.jrUlit by J. B. IluwlM. The Circus Hns n Yellow Fever Scare The Bad Boy and His Dad Dress 'Up as Hottentots Pa Takes a Mustnrd Bath nnd Attends a Ee- vlval Meeting. Well, wo have had a row for your life, and nil the excitement anybody can stand. Wo Kot Into Indiana and .have had in yellow fever scare, a quar antine that lasted one night, ho nobody could sleep on our train, a riot at Kv nnsvlllo 'cause wo took on a couple of female trapeze women t lint caine from Honduras, via New Orleans, and a re vlval of rellKlon, nil In one bunch, and Ia Is beginning to get haggard, like a hag. Tho female trapeze performers, who had been expected ever sdnec we atart oil on the load, had been quarantined at New QrlMns, where the yellow fever ta raging, nnd finally got through tho quarantine guard somewhere in ..ils BlKsippi, nnd got to us Saturday after noon, and some olllcl.il telegraphed to ihe mayor t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 29 December 1905

I ETC I NESTOR OF CHICAGO BENCH Death of the Venerable Jud-e Mur ray Floyd Tuley, of Chicago. tie llnd neon Cnntlnnoimljr on tk Circuit Ili-Hcli uf Cook County Shii.-e 1H71I. Milwaukee, Dec. 2C Judge Murray F. Tuley, of Chicago, died at the l'en nuyer sanitarium In Keuoslia, Monday afternoon. He went to tbs sanitarium on October 31 suffering from nervous exhaustion caused by overwork. Ni-Ktor ( (he ClilmKO Mcnch. Chicago, Dec. 2G.Jwrc Muraj Floyd Tuley, the nestor of tho Chicago bench, whc&o death, occurred Monday, was ono of thr most widely-known jur ists In tho west. Ho was elected to tho circuit bench of Cook county In 1879 and had served continually slr.ee trial time. Judge Tuley had the record ot fewer reversals of his decisions by tho Bupremc court than any other circuit judge. Judge Tuley was born In Louisville, Ky., In 1827. Ho was a veteran of tho Mexican war, serving as first lieutenant of the Fifth Illinois Infantry, and In 1SC4-9 served as attorney general ot New Mex...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 29 December 1905

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. The Young Ladies Art Club of this city, composed of eleven members gave a Christmas tree and entertain ment at the Opera House on Christ inas night. A number of invited guests were present to witness the exercises iind the occasion was highly enjoyed by all present. Misses Kdiih and Katheryn Hamlin of Denver, Colo, and Miss Clara who is teaching school at Harriett, and Frank of Jefferson City, all came in last Saturday to spend the holidays with their parent:, Mr. and Mr.s. Orin Hamlin. They will return to their respective homes tomorrow. Doran Hakewell and Jesse Sror grass, who arc attending the Hill's Husiness College at Scdalia spent the week in Versailles the guests of their parents. Iloth of these young men have a score of friends in Versailles who are pleased to learn of the pro gress being made by them in their educational work. Joe I. Marriott, proprietor of the Matinee Store, desires to announce that he is selling his entire stock out at actual cost. This ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 January 1906

rr " , 2 i Democrat, CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. "Seventh Teak. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Jan. 5. 1906. No. 1. County iTIUl KQII tie&rt Christmas for the Feet -V-KVS' Mi 9 1 L a Emma DOJib a woman s toot ever have a Merry Christmas? Frequently she fares forth to holiday gatherings elegantly gowned, daintily gloved, but un comfortably shod. She sits out dances. At , the theatre she surreptitiously loosens her shoes. She does penance for weeks, until her shoes are "broken in." "Queen Quality" Custom Grade Shoes give ease to the foot the first day iuorn They arc shaped in euch numerous delicate variations, that they fit in every part firmly but flexibly. And in fashion, as in fit, they arc inimitable. They baffle the copyist as the copper-plate script baffles the clumsy schoolboy penman. Give your feet a Merry Christina with a pair of "Queen Quality " Custom Grade Shoes. Wit not use cut- "Qureu Quality" Gl-'T C:K TJFICA TES in ni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 January 1906

gft DEMOCRAT Pabllahud Kverr Friday Mornlna TILLMAN MUFF. ?roirletor. VERSAILLE8. MISSOURI. The latest addition to tho Londoa museum of natural history Is a colleo tlon of 200,000 beetles bequeathed by Alexander Fry. A largo electric station la to be erected at Dover, Eng., and nn experi ment will bo made In running elccitlu trains between Dover and London. Tho Grand Duchess Mario of Russia Is only in, nnd la extremely pretty. She Is generally doilgnated aa tho "Cinderella" of Russian princesses. Tho postmaster general Intimates that the free mailing of speeches mads in tongres-s docs not Keep tho postofllco department from being a, self-sustaining Institution. A Russian woman named Zanalda SmollnnolT, who has moved In tho high est circles In German cities, has been ecntenccd nt Lclpslc to nlno months' imprisonment for espionage. Tlaron Rothschild was named folo beneficiary under tho will of a Nlco miser, Abraham FIdler, who left him 5r.0,000 on the principle that "money MUFt seek m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 January 1906

I EVENTS OF THE PAST YEAR Chronicle of Most Important Happening of TwalranoBtk Jtut Ended, Told la Briaf Mannar Oct. 4 Lumber yards and 73 dwelling! de strojed at Rhlntlander, Wli.; loss, 1600,- ouo. 6 Carlton, Minn., 10 building destroyed. IS Kntlre business itctlon Alturaa, Cal.. destroyed. 31 l'lno Grove, W. Va., wiped out, causing loss of 11:5.000. Nov. 12 Nine business houses, Johnston City, HI., destroyed. 15 liurke, W. Vn., wiped out.... Half block business structures destroyed, tlrnntbcrK. Wls....Urbana, la., 12 business blocks de- strojed. Dec. 1 lluslness section Arcadia, Flo., wiped out. 4 Illinois Steel warehouse, Chicago, de stroycJ; loss, $1,000,000. 5 business section, Manassas, Va., de stroyed "Kujjo-Japanut War DE WITTE. Jan. 1 After 940-day sirs:. 4len. Ntoessel surrender l'ort Ar thur to 4) en. N'ogl i Jap loss SO.OOO) HuiiIsd, 11, OUO. 26 Russians cross Hun and battle commences. S9 JapB c a p t u r o American snip tak ing supplies to Vladivostok.... Russians retr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 January 1906

r (3qmpliments of the Season. Through the columns of this Medium we wish to extend to our friends and customers, a A Happy and Prosperous New Year. .Also thank you one and all for the kind Patronage of the past, and hope to be able to serve you in the same capac ity in thz future. Yours, who is always ready to serve you3 A. POPPER. i The Democrat. TILLMAN 5 DUFF. Proprietors. lintered in the I'nst Officii at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. live THE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED UY CLAY, ROBINSON & COMPANY, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MEROHAMTQ. OFFICES AT OHICAQO, KANCAS CITY, OMAHA, 6IOUX CITY- OT JOSEPH AND DfNVER. 1C A N'rtAS ClTV, Jan. 2, I'XXi. Receipts of cattle Monday were 5000. I'.or beef steers trade was active with prices 10c to Joe higher than the preccd uik's finish. Cows and heifers Ka'"l'd HIc to 15c while stackers and feeders sold .ittoun to KJc higher. Receipts teday were 11,000 anil all kinds sold at firm r.ites. The following table gives prices how ruling I...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 January 1906

To All CARL W. BIERSACH. 1 : : fQ The First Natianal Bank OF VERSAILLES CAPITAL FULLY PAID, $30,000 SHAKEHOLDEKS LIABILITY, $30,000 OFFICERS W. W. MOORE. President GtOKGt W. I'fcTTY Vice President Dl RECTORS K. W. Ctnrris Ar.K. IIki.nk.man V. V. Mooitu .lolIN Moour. 0. W. PliTTV .1. W. Mll.t.s E. A. Chewson The first National Bank Invites the accounts of banks, firms and Individuals, pi oinlslnd the utmost liberality of treatment Consistent with modern, conservative bunking methods. Protected by Time-Lock Safe. Fee to Stockmen. A beautiful six-leaf Calendar will We sent by us AIJSOLUTliLY I'KKli to every stockman who iuay ship his cattle, hogs or sheep jio maricei aim win write us nns. wermg the tollowing questions: 1 How many head of stock have you ? 2 What kind of stock have you, not including horses? 3 When do you expect to market your siock .' 4 To what market will you likely ' ship? 5 In what paper did you see this advertisement? This Calendar will be ready for distribution in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 January 1906

THE LATE TRAGEDY IN IDAHO -THE ASSASSINATION 07 XX QOV. STEUNSNBEKO. A Tolnl of flM.OOO In Rcniirili Of fcrril I'or the Arrcat rind t'ov vlrtloii or flic Aaaaaalna. Boise, Idaho, Jan. 2. Tlio offlccrs who -are wirk.HK on the assassination or Jov. Stcuncnbcrg Uy the explosion of a bomb at his gate, at Caldwell, a suburb of thin city, Saturday night, are confl clJnt l;iat the murderer Is still in Cald well, liellovlns that he has made no at tempt to call attention to himself by attempting to leave that place. They believe that one of the five now detained on Htib-plclon wilt prove to be guilty of the crime, though perhaps with outside accomplices. Shoshone county, tho locality whore the dynamiting rlota occurred tint ic casloned SteuncnberR's Interference while governor, lias wired that It would add $10,000 to the reward for tho ap prehension of the murderers. Gov. (juorilw; took tho responsibility of offering $:j,000. Tho family of the de ceased offered $2,000 and the commis sioners ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 January 1906

Y'8 TERRIBLE ECZEMA. nth and Eyca Covered with Croats -Bands Finned Down Mlrac uloua Cure by Cuticura. When nr liltln tinv wan HIV ftintitfia old, he had eczema. Tho cores extended o quickly ovr the whole body that we at once culled in tho doctor. Wc then went to another doctor, but ho could not help mm, nnu in our uonnir wo went to i third one. Matters bicamo sir bad that he had regular holes in his cheeks, large enough to put a linger into. The food had to be given with a , oon, for iiii mouth was covered with crusts n? tliirk as a linger, nnd whenever he opened tho itotitii iney Denn to U'cea nnu suppurate, is did nlso his eyes. Hands, arms, chest, nd back, in short tlia whole body, vas lovered ovcr nnd over. Wo had no re3t IV Jnv or niclit Whenever ho was laid . ,. i.: ln,l. ,i.. otherwise he would match his face, and moke an open core. 1 think his face must have itched most fearfully. "We finally thought nothing could help, and 1 had made up mv mind to tend my wife with the chi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 January 1906

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Cnpt. John Sims Dead, Captain John Sims, aged 83 years, licd at the home of his daughter. Miss Annie Lewis Sims, in this city last Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock, the infirmities of old age being the direct cause of death. Deceased belonged to the well known Sims family and was one of ,the pioneer citi.ens of the county. He was born in 1822 and reached his majority in Cooper county. His parents being Jacob and Rachel Sims, who came from Tennessee and nettled in this State in 1820. He re mained on the Cooper county farm with his p.irents until twenty-five years of age. When he married Mrs. Kli.abeth hong, i-he preceded him in death. Since then he married and survived three other wives. Of the second union Mrs. S. N. Hull of this county and a daughter in Oklahoma are living. While Miss Annie Lewis Sims, who established a home here tor him and made his last days as pleasant as possible, is the surviving .daughter of the third marriage. He was at one time in comtortamc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 January 1906

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOUIII FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Versailles, Mo.. Friday Morning, Jan. 12, 1906. No. S. 9 OUR Annual Clearing Sale Just in time when cold weather starts in, and just in time when you need Blankets, Comforts and Heavy Underwear Sale Starts Jan. 12 and Closes Jan. 31 )mM it 7 .fcV: I I; .1 . 4' I 5 cV'.- 1 fi5 We are getting ready for our regular Annual Inventory and before we take such invoice we again place our entire stock of Merchan dise before you FOR LESS THAN Manufacturers' Prices. Read Carefully. Remember, all classes of Wool Goods ad vanced in prices. , Our entire stock of Blan kets -and .Comfort 40 'n tn's Sa'e at 25c Off on tHe Dollar. Our entire stock of WOOL DRESS GOODS AND SILKS Which is second to none in Central Mis souri, also goes at 25c Off. See the good values in Ladies' Underwear We offer. Regular price 35 to 50c. Our price, 25c. Jable Linens and Napkins, big assortment to select from, also go in thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 January 1906

SCARING UNCLE AGAIN. SEWTRY MURDER IW CHICAGO mo tkacx rotnrp or m FUGI miu nijur. a asMBtaa n FsMlthsd Every Friday Mornls. TILLMAN IHirr. .'nwrleton. Three Business Ceneeras Umm mm the National Bank mt Casta scree Nearly Maine. VERSAILLES. t MISSOURI. TIVE Huunu. X5h DEMOCRAT The prince of Wales has made a good impression on the Indian rajahl by his gun shooting. He killed hit first tiger the other day, near Jaipur. The khedlve "of Egypt owns the most costly saddle In the world. It Is made of black leather, though more gold that leather Is visible, and it cost $70,. 000. Ember Ma?on, who lives near Inde pendence City, Mo., has built Ills own coffin from a tree he planted when he first went to Jackson county, 72 ycats ago. The taxraycrs of Lincoln county, Ne vada, are suit.;; the county commis sioners to compel them to Increase tho tax levy Tho citizens wish to pay off the county Indebtedness, which amounts to $U5O,O00. The average number of residents to the acre In Paris is no les...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 January 1906

t lA ECK'S BAD OY WITH THE CIRCUS By HON. GEORGE W. PECK Author ePPack'tBid Boy Abroad." Etc. (UurrlK lit Iji.U. Dowiea.) i Bud Boy Feeds Cayenne Pepper to the Sacred Cow He and His Fa Side in a Circus Parade with the Circassian Beauties A Tipsy Ele phant Lands Them in a Public Fountain Pa Hakes the Acquaint ance of John L. Sullivan. I am learning more about animals BVerv riav. anil when thn RpnHnn In nvnr Uwlll be an exnert animal man. Anl- niais naturally have a language of tfhelr own, and lions understand each mother, and bears can convent with Dears, but in a show, all animals seem to havo a common language, so they understand each other a little. I I found that out when I put a paper pi cayenne pepper Into a head of let tuce and cave It to the sacred cow. she chewed the lettuce as neacefullv as could be. and swallowed the cavenno nonner. and then stonned to i ... . think. You could tell lv the exnres- snon on her race that when the nenuer . . ... iecan to heat her ui Inside sho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 January 1906

The Democrat. TILLMAN & DUFF. Proprietors. lintcred iii the I'ost Office nt Versailles Missouri ns second class mail mntter. Secretary Wilfon, of the Depart ment of Agriculture, has imported 08 milking goats from Malta and .sent them to the government experiment station in Connecticut. This may b.e all right for Connecticut, but Ken tucky would demand something more "bourbon." The Howard County Advertiser came to our table last week bedecked with a bright new dress and .showed other improvements which makes it one of the model papers of this sec tion of the state. The Advertiser is not only a credit to the publisher, but to the county in which it is printed. The (date game warden has de cided that all hunters' licenses expire on December 81st. All who wish to hunt now must again sec the county clerk and procure a license for 15)0(i, according to this decision. Whatever else may be the advantages of this law, it must be admitted it is a suc cess financially. Up to December 1 over...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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