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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 25 March 1909

a.1 'I'll I ' The Republican, (Successor to Tim Dkmocrat.) W. Wi KlNt,OCH, Proprietor. Hutcied In the Host Office at Versailles, Missouri ns seiotul class- mail matter. Subscription Price, f 1..00 a Year. PhoM No. lf3 Advertising Rates. I ils1.iy ndvtrtMiiK, t-1 li- yew. to nvernije tour lncliei or wore. Site irr Inch each Ismih. I'rnfes-tlmifil cnnls, uiic inch, in cents per wnntlutwn Inches "5 ccnt,i:i- montli. Locals five llt":, or over. s(cenl per line tor tl Insertion; Jc. Jier line f'ir e.icli MiWijuejit iiettlou. In M.'tcV l'le '" ctnls itr line for r-l In-cttlon, 5 ccnti twr line for each sulisc micnt 1 11 1 1 Ion ,ikhI ailvertWni! nt let.it ralri, Special rntcii on aw rulirrllscmctiK Yt:s the. Missouri legislature is still in session. What is it doing? As near nothing as any bod) of men sver assembled. Talking of a new '.restitution, if they have one, the term of the legislature should be made ten days, and the pay Sl.oO ;ier day. and to meet not oftener than svery four yea...

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. — 25 March 1909

A mighty Coltesal! STUPENDUOUS STORE CLOSED Thursday and Friday Store will be closed to arrange stock, mark down goods and decorate store, nothing sold until opening hour Saturday 9 a. m. UNDERTAKING! Wanted25SALES-PE0PLE The entire stock will be put on sale, and we need 25 salespeople, a cash ier and bundle wrapper. Apply at once Open 9. a. m. Saturday People will be wild with excitement! THey will jam and cram the store from morning' to night, for such an eager surging' mass of humanity will witness this event that the streets, long before the store is opened, will be completely blocked. You have never seen a sale like this put in oper ation, and you might as well try to mop the water out of the Missis sippi River with a tooth brush, as to try to keep people from buying these bargains. It will be the greatest landslide of bargains ever seen in the United States. Prices will be so powerful, pleasing and pulling that people will go away with their arms full, load down their wagons, ...

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. — 25 March 1909

.i. ROOSEVELT OFF FOR GREAT HUNT EX-PRESIDENT 8AIL8 AWAY TO DARK CONTINENT. TO BE IN AFRICA A YEAR Then He Will Travel and Speak In Europe Three Skilled Naturalists and Hit Son Kermit Accom pany Him. New York. Theodore) Roosevelt, ex president of (tin I'tilted States, sallcl out of New York hnrbor Tiit-sdny on the Hteamcr Hamburg of tlio Hamburg American line on the way to his much heralded hunting trip In Hrltlsh Kast Africa. The distinguished travelers occupy tho "Imperial suit';" on the upper prom enade deck, which wan used by the Herman emperor In the winter of 1905-'0G. On tho dock was a largo assemblage of .Mr. Roosevelt's friends, who had gathered to bid him (iod-speeil, ntnl who eheered him as he st-od nt the rail of the steamer waving his hand and mulling with delight. Ileslde him stood tho three men Relucted from hundreds of nppllcaritn to accompany lilrn and assist him In collecting the specimens of African fauna which he hoped to neiid back for I he enrichment of the Smi...

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. — 25 March 1909

PREVENTING PAINT TROUBLES. TEMPERANCE LESSON Smitj Sckoel UiMa for Marti 28, IMfl Specially Arrsngsd (or This Paper LESSON TKXT.-I'rov. S3:29-35. Mem ory verses 29, 30. OOI.bKN TKXT. "At iMt It bltetli llko a serpent, and stlngcth Ilk an add er." Prov. 23:32. BCniPTUAIi RKFEHKNCK9. Drunk-enncss.-Deut. 21:20, 21; 32:33-35; Prov. 20:1; 21:17; 23:20, 21; 31:4, Cj im. 5:11, 22; Hot. 4:11; Mali. 2;1S; Mutt. 4, 5: Ia. 5:11, 22; lion, 4:11; Hnb. 2:10; Mutt. 24:49, (0; I.uko 21:34; Horn. 13:13; 1 Cor. 5:11; Onl. 5:21; Kph. 5:18; 1 The. 5:G-8; and to-day's lea on. Warning K.xamptes. den. 9:20, 21: 1 Ham. 25:3d; Inn. 28:1, 7: Dan. 6:1-8; Either 1:10, 11; Matt. 21:48-51. Tcmpernnce.-l Cor. 1:25-27; 1 Tim. 3:2. 3, ; Tit. 2:11-14; 1 ret. 4:7; 6:8; 2 1'et. 1:0. Principles of Total Abstinence 1 Cor. 13; nom. 14; 1 Cor. I. . Comment and Suggestlvo Thought. The money and talent In nny civil lied city 1b sufficient If properly usod and distributed to tuako that city nn Kden, an Hc-Bporldca garden or ...

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. — 25 March 1909

SEEDS UCKRXf MEM WCCUDI vat RBBRitL nrrER! MJr II. ltd Nir UmIm. A UlU Wtt 1; Prize Collection w Ct-li Tr.t, I f!nrlWJ "Jr? CtVAlUJITKItB TO jjXM. n U ittm rcittf 'il nMtlaita4 inttM vcuaMM .iiVtMH.CSB8J HxiroD,u.-j "Tompkin's Hired Man." ' ! The entertainment given last Friday evening by the Kpworth League of the M. K. church was a success. The j threatening weather prevented many I from attending, but still the audienc e j iv.iif.iir in si.e. The gross income .... , , was S50.30. leaving the League about , .12.35 net to apply on their pledge ' lo the bmldirg of the new c hurc h. j 'Tonipkm's Mired Man" is a j clean, sympathetic play, elevating I in its natnic. and c:alling out the better , impulse:!, of human faculties. The as- j .sigmr.ot of the characters to the sev- . , , , it . er.il i-ciir showed cure and an effort 1 to pioclu. c the very bc-l. This was . no small task. It c alled for judg ment, accuracy, and a giasp of the play as a whole. Credit is due to home pcr.on. we kn...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 25 March 1909

I had been, in aDarenr)vrrwJ , Supplement Morgan County Repuulican, Thursday, March 25, 1909. Vol. X. No. 11 from Our Exchanges. Ii. A. Crevvson, the Versailles mil es tate broker, was in lildon Siilnnliiy on his wuv home from Icticrsou City. Kldon Advertiser. I low did lie escape? Mrs. Goodhue, of Harnett, was in lildon Monday on her way home from Olean, where she was visiting her sister, Mrs. liiiima Ilrockmati mid lirnllier, William Miller. lildon Advertiser. A message was received from I'.ditor While at Marslilicld the other day I'rof. H. IC lllaine secured some figures on the tomato industry of Webster comi ty. There are KM) canning plants in the county both law and small There were planted last year J 107 ncres. There were canned iJ59 car loads of tomatoes. The juice jcr doen cans averaged about 'X)c or $K(MMX) a car load. The gross rtceijits were $2H7,'.'(K), or a little over SI l er acre. The industry begun five yearn ago at Marshfield and has extended to all juris uf the co...

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. — 1 April 1909

Morgan County Republican CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Tenh Year. Versailles, MoM Thursday Morning, April 1, 1909. No. 11. m m m 9 m m m J Offlr 'Phnnt Z 74. m H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Reitlinct 'Phont so. Get Your Prescriptions s I FILLED Reliable: BY THE LOCAL NEWS. Salmon is repotted quite Registered Pharmacist, C. D. HUNTER, AT THE GLOBE DRUG STORE This 'is April Fool's Day, and he' -will catch you if you don't watch out. A special term ol the county court will be held next Tuesday, April 6th. iRev. .Foster of Liberty, Mo., preached at the Baptist church Sat- and Sunday, morning Judge tick. Eupion Oil is the best for all pur ... .. . p noses, especially tne incuoaior, o gallons for 00 cents, at'E. A. Williams'. Elwyn Price is able to be up part urday night of the time, Dr. Woods continues to ana evening. move around whether able or not. J. S. Boyce was down Saturday on 'For Sale 'Four room cottage in U visit, returning to Jeffers...

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. — 1 April 1909

fa I It Ma r r 1 154 Morgan County Repablicath W. W. KINLOCri, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI. - How can a splnclcis winter bare Ita backbone broken? Castro nays lie's going back to Vene zuela. Wo sympathize with tho coun-t-y. "Street car straps are loaded with microbes," says a college' professor. Moan thing to call us. Athlete, crazed by drlnK, puts 20 men out of business. This suggests a new stylo of training. About 4,000,000 sugor niaplo trees In tho western resjrvo promlso to do their full duty this spring. The world Ih Retting better all the time. The tobacco trust Is going to raise the price of cigarettes. The price of 'possum is going up presumahly on tho theory that any thing that is fashionable must no', bo cheap. Tennessee has passed a law to li cense boxing. Fine! Now It's tip to Nevada to offer n premium on tho game. The price of cigarettes Is going up, but this won't bother tho man who gets his cigarettes out of tho other man's box. Hurglars in Youngstown stole tho bu...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 1 April 1909

REPS. AGREED ON . PARTY MEASURES HOUSE MEMBER8 WILL AID IN KEEPING PLEDGES OF i ADMINISTRATION. OPPOSITION IN THE SENATE Gov. Hadley Directs State's Experts to Lay Figures of Earnings of Railroads In Missouri Before Interstate Commission. ( Jefferson City. If Gov. Hadley falls to carry out his party's pledges, which Include homo rulo In election, police and exclso matters In St. Louis, the enactment of measures designed to raise tho revenues of the state, and other things outlined In his Inaugural message to the legislature, It wilt not ho his fault or that of his purty men in the general assembly. It is practically certain that the house will pass nearly all of the ad ministration measures. There maybe a difference of opinion as to matters of detail, but In tho main Republicans aro agreed upon the kind of homo rule which should bo given St. Uiuls. His party men nro practically agreed upon tho measures advocated by Gov. Had ley for raising the revenue. On strictly party measures the...

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. — 1 April 1909

nhiW&r.fanlfcM; The Republican, (Successor to Tun Dkmocrat.) V. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Bntcred in tlie Post Office nt Versailles, Missouri as second clans mail mutter Subscription Trice VM) a Year. Phone tfo. f3- Advcrtlslng Rate. l)If play nilvetlUliiK. Iiy Hie yenr, to nveraRt lour Indies or more, H'tc. cr tncli eacn isMie, l'rofi--.lonnl cnrcl, one Inch, SO cents ct ;notit1i;two Inclicn. Ts cents r month. Wills five llic.k, or ner, jcenls per line for rl Itikcttloit; ;!-. per line for each iiliHtiueiit Mneitloii. In lilnck ijpe ID cenls per line for ill Insertion, S cents .-r line for each kulwe xuent liikcitloti, eKl ulvertliinK at legal rntes, fipeclnl rates on pn((e ailvertlseracnU. OUr City Ticket. The ticket we suggested a week or to ago, for city offices, seems- to be meeting the approval of many voters, and from what we can learn our people are inclined to make it go. Why should it not go? - Its certainly a ticket that every one can conscient iously support. The men s...

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. — 1 April 1909

Ii'li 1 i PRICES ZiXXPMSZ 15c Embroideries, this Sale, only 6 f-2c yd. iaai4tfiwT!iaii I 10c Embroideries, this Sale, only 3 l-2c yd. I COMPLETELY SMASHED! AT Copper l)ry &oods do.'s S&ig Sae. A Monster No Fake Or Auction, Our Clothing Stock being slaughtered at unheard of prices. Suits from 3.98 up But one of the most stupenduous, mighty, col losal PRICE SMASHING sales ever pulled off in the State of Missouri. A terrifflc downpour of cylonic selling, a skyward skidoo skip-, a shoot the chutes and loop the loop. One of the Clothing now at almost half price, entire stock must sell. Come and see. most sensational and climatrical sales ever attempted. READ THESE THRILLING PRICES! Men's 75c Dress Shirts, only S9c Men's 2,50 new Hats, only 1.48 75c fine Waistings, 29c 15c Outing Flannel, only ?.c Ladies' Coats at A price and less. Good Shoes, worth up to 2.50, at 68c 35c Fancy Wool Waistings at 22c 20c Curtain Swiss, only 11c 1.00 and 1.25 Corsets; J C C, only 79c 0 2.00 Long Sil...

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. — 1 April 1909

ESCAMD A POSTTIARim ROMANCE BY CYRUS TO ,LLitir?AroMS Br PAY WALTEB6 ICOPYRIGH7! 903 flY WJ? CHAPMAN) mm Iift4 SYNOPSIS. The Kwnpiirte open, not !n thii ro mnnco preceding the, inHrriago of Illlon Riorum, n I'urllnn mix, nml Lord Cur rlriKlon of Knsrfnnil, hut in their llfo after settling In KiiRlnml. The Kceno Is plareil, Jut following the revolution, In OarrlnK ton custlo In KnKlaml. Tho CarrlnKtonn, nftcr ii houso party, enRiiKcil In n family tilt, canned l,y JealoiiKy. Tho attention of Lord ('iirrlnglon to I-mly Cecily nnd Lord Htratlm-alf) to Ijidy I'arrlnRton com pelled tho latter to vow that hIio would leave tho couth1. Preparing ,0 "e Lady CorrlnKton nnd her clituii Dchorah, an American girl, met Lord Strnthgato nt two n, m., ho agreeing to peo them wifely nwny, l(o nttninpteil to tako her to hi ciiRlle, hut nho left liliri Ktunnrd In the rond when the carrliiao met with an nc eldent. Kho nnd lleMilo then ntruck out for t'ortnmouth, where he Intended to cull for America. Mea...

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. — 1 April 1909

'tt ;- (it PETER AND CORNELIUS Ssasiay ScIjmI Lassos far April 4, IMt , Specially Arranged for This Pipsr IKBSON TEXT,-AcU 10:1-10. Momorr Vtrsea 1S-15. GOLDEN TEXT.-"In every nation lit that fonrtth him, nnd workoth righteous Mi, la accepted with lilni." Acti. 10:SJ. TIME.-IS-40 A. D. PLACES. Joppa and Cnosarea. "Ths traditional liouo of Blmon the tanner U a typical oaatern dwelling, with hoavy barred gateway and a forbidding, win dowlcia exterior. Tlio wavea of tho Medi terranean beat against tho low outer wall, whllo In the courtyard l a spring of pure water which tradition tells us was used by Blmon." Itev. Francis E. Clark, D. D. RULERS. Uerod Agrippa, king; of Ju dea and Samaria. Caligula, emperor of Romo. Comment and Suggestive Thought. "Tho main purpoBo ot the book of the Acts li to untold tho broadening spirit and form of tho church of Qod." Theodoro T. Mungor, D. D. "This chapter (Acts 10) is parallel in im portance with that which dnplctcd the scenes of Pcntlcost." David ...

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. — 1 April 1909

About The Colored Folks. Mr. Joe Hutchison, of near Akinsvillc, . -was in town Sunday. Mr. ami Mm. Mom .Webb.camc home List Saturday from .Setlalia. Mm. Annie Udwards, of Kansas City, is here attending the beilside offliar fath a.cr, Uncle Saiu Lelchworth. Mr. John Miller who ibas ,bcen in St. Louis to see his sick father, returned 4'home last .l'ridav. Mk AbUc !'ini,,of 'Kansas City, who V has-been trauuictliiK business in this city -furhejat throe vWecks, returned to,that , city lam touuqayMiorntnK. Mrs. Stella Harris, of Sweet Springs, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Matt Tltrustoit., of this city, from Saturday to Tuesday. Mr. John Meadows returned home last Monday from St. Louis, where he had . been the guest of his son, John, of that . dty. ,,B. If. Hunter has purchased the Purl property on Hast Newton street and is having it repaiied preparatory to moving in soon. The stercoptical entertainments given ' by the Rev. Uiirton, who came here from Speed. Mo., last Tuesday and We...

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. — 8 April 1909

J? Morg an County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. TENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, April-8, 1909. No. 12. V ,m m ? m m m M m m si H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office 'Phon 74. Riildtnct 'Phon 89. LOCAL NEWS. Mcsdamcs Duff and Clodfelter went over to Stover Friday to visit with friends there, returning Sunday. Eupion Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the incubator, 5 'gallons for 90 cents, at E. A. Wil liams'. Mrs. H. Kidwcll and Mrs. Cora JRickards went over to Barnett Friday to visit with friends, returning Sun day. For Sale Four room cottage in Kansas City, Mo., to exchange lor property in Morgan county, or not .too far away from Morgan county. E. A. Crewson. Regular convocation of Versailles Royal Arch Chapter next Friday inight, April Oth. All Companions 'should be present. Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! Try fresh ground bone atid watch uhc increase in the amount ol eggs We have also chick feed and grits. C....

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. — 8 April 1909

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher. VERSAILLES, Missouri. The nuto has proved that It has both como to stay and como to go. nufTalo girl marries a prisoner In the county Jail. Poor devil couldn't get away. ! If lmpiovlng the cows will Improvo the milk und butter then good luck to the movement. At a wedding In Now Jersey one of tlio guests was the brldc'ii great-grand daughter. Romance must dlo hard very, very hard In Now Jersey. Pity the uorrows of the persecuted rich. They rail at Hetty Green for parsimony and they carp at Carnegie's benefactions. Science continues to discover mi crobes in everything wo breathe or eat. Vet scientists themselves do not consent to suffocate or starve. Castro says ho Is Incapable of some of the things of which ho Is accused. Hut ho will scniccly go back to Vene zuela and demand an Investigation. A woman In New Yoik discharged her cook by shooting her. Kven tho mildest of domestic worms will turn at times. There might bo fewer auto acci...

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. — 8 April 1909

PE-RU-NA Iter Cramp la tfca llrawth of M Taax BUBdlnc I was troubled with cramp In th itomach for tlx years. I triad many kinds of medicine, also waa treated by three doctors. "They said that I had nervous dys pepsia. I took the medicine for two years, then I got sick again and gave up all hopes of getting cured. "I saw a testimonial of a man whose case was similar to mine, being cured by Peruna, so thought I would give It a trial, I procured a bottle at once, and commenced taking It. i have taken nlneteon bottles, and am entirely cured. I believe Peruna Is all that is claimed for it." Mrs. J. C. Jamison, 0 1 Marchant 8t., Watson ville.Cal. NOT A WEIGHT LIFTER. "Is tho baby strong?" "Well, rather) You know what a tremendous volco ho has?" "Yob." "Well, ho lifts that five or six times an hour!" His Day of Reckoning. As the Btout ninn whoso appetite had excited tho envy of the other bonrdcrfl turned to leave tho parlor, ho looked down at his waistcoat. "I declare, I've lost two button...

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. — 8 April 1909

The Republican, (Successor to.Tim Drmockat.) W. W. KIHOCH, Proprietor. Ofltercd in the Pot,piJrcc,1at Versailles, Missouri as second class iti4.ll, matter. Subscription Price, $1.00 a Year Phont No. 183. Advertising Rajtes. DUplay aitvertMiiK, by die. yjto average (our Incite or more, Btfc. per inel.iM(h Jmim. I'rofemilonal card, our Inch, 80 cents per moihjlwp Inclien, 7j icn per month, I,ocal five lln:, or over, jytnt, per line for 'ltft liiKitlon; 2'Ac er line for each iulmeueut fimertlou. In lilack type 10 cents per line for lirst Insertion, Scents per line for each subse quent Itmertlon. i,egnl advertUInK ot leiral rale. fipecisl rates on pae aitvcrtisoments. .MayorJIam'son sounds all right. A newspaper can never very credit ably represent a town whose business men do not advertise. He may howl himself hoarse bragging about the vim, energy and enterprise of his town, but if his declarations are not backed up by a liberal amount of advertising by the business men ofithe town, 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. — 8 April 1909

FINAL CALL The Last and Final Call of the most Stupenduous Price-completely smashed-bargain-sale ever undertaken in this, or any other part, or1 the entire State of Missouri, will be called off next Saturday night! Thousands of dollar's worth of the most seasonable merchandise are piled on our counters. Prices at this time are too numerous to mention, come one and all to the wind-up of thia most monstrous, stupenduous, price-smashing sale ever undertaken by any mercan tile establishment in the entire State of Missouri. POPPER DRY GOODS COMPANY Versailles, Missouri. Teachers' Examination; establishes a new record. One htin- At the teachers' F.xamlnation held , dred fifty-five new camps were ellar liere Friday mid Saturday, March acth ' ferei aurinir the month. I mill 27th, the following were in attend mice: rviium Jacobs Versailles, Mo JVatl Tipton Harnett, " Oscar C Weaver Harnett,. " Deliah Collins Ilarnettl " H.i'tie Ray Harnett, " OmaDuff Versailles, " Clarence Utter Mottin, Mati...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 8 April 1909

ESCAPAD A POST MAHim ROMANCE BY CYRUS tLL us tbatow ay PAY WALTP5 (copyrioht; 90a ear W O; CHAPMAN) SYNOPSIS. The Escapade open, not In tha ro mance precnllng (tin marring of Kllen Hlocum, a I'uritnn rnlae, Bnf Lord Car riiiKlon of Knglnnd, but In their Ufa after aMtllnit In KnKlnnd, The scene li placed, lust following the revolution, In Carrlns Ion emtio In Knglar.d. The Carrlnatoni, nftc-r u home party, engaged In a family tilt, rniiat-d t;y Jinlouny. Tho attention of fxml Cnrrlngtun to Uidy Cecily and ixrd Hlrnthgnlo to Ixidy Carrlncton com pellod tlie pater to vow that she would lenvc- tho cattle. Preparing to flee. Lady I'nrrltiKtnn nnd her chum IJeborah, an Arncrlinn girl, mat Ixird Htrathgate at two it, m., he agreeing to aoe them aafely mwhv, llo nttc-mpted to take her to hie matin, but li li UH liliri etunncd In the io.nl whin the rurrlnga met with an ac rlilent. rihn and Debbie then Rtrurk out for I'orlHtnoiith, where he Intended to mil for Ainc-rlm. Hearing newa of lllli-...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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