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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 February 1906

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. a Seventh Year. Versailles, Mo.. Friday Morning, Feb. 9. 1906. No. 6. T UP 1 1 r We still have several Odds and Ends that must be cleaned iup from our Inventory Sale. It will not he a question of price hut GETTING ROOM FOR OUR NEW SPRING GOODS n . -I - : Odds and Ends in Ladies Jackets go nearly at half Several nice Silk Lined Furs, they go for the price price. that the lining cost, A few overcoats left, they go for the price of the Also a few Skirt and Dress Patterns at way down cloth. prices. Ladies Muslin Underwear. In addition to the Closing Out Prices, which O l (Tiff Or CoU Ptll they are marked, we will also allow you OUXI Jll CdCIl UOHqT 3 1 j Yours For Cleaning' Up Odds and ILnds A Popper, g LOCAL NEWS. f. All Wool Sweaters at the " Famous' ' fov S1.C0. John Tambkc and Fritz Kor.li of S'fbver were in the city on business Monday. literature concerning the "White River Country" ca...

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 February 1906

fShm DEMOCRAT Fabllahad Krerr Vrldar Mornln TII.f.MAN DUFF. SWrletora. VERS AIT LBS. MISSOURI. In 12 marriages out of ovcry hun dred one of the parties has been mar tied before. The highest point to which a human being can ascend without Involving In Jury to health Is 10,500 feet. In Switzerland every male between tho ages or 20 and G5 Is obllgod to vote, unless ho Is a pauper, criminal or a bankrupt. Iarson Folger, fiO years old, has lived In a house near Columbus, Ind., all his life and never was out In tho open air until recently. Ho haa al ways boon an Invalid. It Is estimated that Henry La bouchero, who Is alwut to retlro from parliament, has spent more than $1. 000,000 In defending libel suits brought against him as editor of Truth. One of the highest square-foot prices ever realized In New York City for land has Just been paid by tho Century Healty Co. for a strip one quarter of an Inch wide nnd 100 feet deep on the west side of Seventh nve ntic, about 50 feet south of Fifty ...

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 February 1906

( J LXXCOLV. litre wu a noble product of the toll, Grown itarkly on the prairies or the wni; Inured to po7erty; tnured to toll; .1 The chlvnlrv of Ilavarit In his breast: A soul sereno that ever onward pressed, Beyond the darts of calumny and hate; That stood In every crisis tierce the test. Till earth had linked his memory with her treat, As statesman, president, and master of his fate. tie pierced the aeons with prophet's eye, Humanity was what he spelt In creed, .Ie passed the letter of the statute by, To give the spirit of It utmost heed. His life was open, both In word and dec-S, From prejudice and passion wholly free; Of liberty he sowed a pregnant seed. For millions and for millions yet to be, Himself the bondman's knight of Nature's sold degree, A tribune of the people, so he sprang And seized the reins of power und high place. While through the world his challenge grandly rang, I And shook Oppression's temple to Hi base. His was the mettle of heroic race, On whom the seal o...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 February 1906

The Democrat. TILLMAN DUFF. Proprietors. filtered in the Post Office at Versailles, Missouri as second das mail matter. Governor Folk's rule against allow jpg any of his appointees to use rail road passes lias not assumed any of the symptoms of an epidemic among other State officials. Presumably, none of the State officials travel upon passes or free transportation of any kind. To do so, would be a plain violation of law. This rule, however, .Iocs not apply to appointees in State offices, TJiey are at liberty to use all he transportation they can secure, and in so doing, they violate no law. (jovernor l'olk, however, has scrup ples about allowing any of his ap pointees to use pusses. He will not tolerate the same. However, pleas 'tig this feature of his administration may be to the railroads, it has so far failed to produce any econiums from those of his appointees who feel obliged to dig down for railroad fare every time they wish to go anywhere. Jefferson City Tribune, The Autogra...

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. — 9 February 1906

,3 WE STOCK MRKETS RT RRndHd till 2 THK WICK'S TRADE REPORTED BY CLAY. ROBINSON & COMPANY, LIVK STOCK COMMISSION MKROHANTS. muniH Aivti (cwnof AT CHIOAOO, KAN8AB OITY, OMAHA, SIOUX OITY. 8T JOSEPH AND DENVER. Kanhas City, Jan. 30, 1C0G. Receipts of cuttle this fur this week ire 28.800; last week, 26,400; last year, 10,700. On Mondav the market for beef Steers opened slow and heavy weights yere mostly 10c lower with light and liandy grades nearly steady. Cows and Ijeifcrs were steady to sttoug feedeisand u.i.xtr.n' Tirtu TW,f dt,pr6 U'lirp in lllirrnl dutinlv toilnv and while choice lit! lit and Sir ; j audy weights sold steady, plain medium iind heavy stock was neglected und t'lropped 10c. Cows and, heifers were Hcirce and steady; best stockers and feeders firm; others 10 to 15c off. The following table gives prices now ruling: tljxtra prime cornfed steers. s.iOto 5.60 Good ." 4.00 to 5.10 Ordinary " 1.00 to 4.60 Choice cornfed heifers 4.50 to 5.00 ooii .'5.50 to 4.00 Medium 2.7...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 February 1906

OF AID TO HOSTESS lUCrCHESTXONB FOR NOVEL AND PRETTY ENTERTAINMENTS. "Vloltt Tea a Charming' Affair for Day time A Church or Club Enter talnment Bound to Oivo Feopls Good Time. A Violet Tea. A correspondent requests sugges tion for a violet tea and for a dance for young people between tho ages of VI and 16. Tor the tea violet Is a very effective color in the daytime, hut It does not light up as well as somo of the other colors. The table may be arrangeJ with a centerpiece worked in violets, with a basket of violets or pansles for flow ers. If you wish a wide ribbon of violet liue or a huge bow of violet tullo may nrnament the handle of (he basket. In addition to tea and coffee, you may servo an Ico colored with vegetable violet coloring or a lemon lco with candled violet on top and Individual small cakes with a canilled violet In tho lclng. Wear a violet-colored KOn, or white wiih violet trimmings, and enrry a largo hunoh of tha fra Krant blossoms. Lavender candles may bo obtained a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 February 1906

WESTERN CANADA'S MARVELOUS RETURNS. The Increase In the crop returns of the Canadian West, in the past seven yeais, has approached the marvelous, and there is no reason to believe that a corresponding increase will hot re sult for many years to come. The in crease has been particularly noticeable In what was formerly known as the Northwest Territories, but which, on September 1, 1905, becamo the prov inces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. From the official returns we find the following results in the acreage sown to wheat, oats and barley in tho years mentioned, and a more favorable show ing cannot be pointed to In any other country during a llko period. Wheat. Oats. Barley. 189S 307.G80 105,077 17,092 1S99 363,bZ3 134,938 14,276 1900 412,864 175,439 17,044 1901 504,697 229,439 24,702 1902 025.7G8 310,367 36,445 1903 837,234 440,602 68,974 1904 965,549 523,634 98,154 Tho yield has been uniformly good every year except 1900, when there ap ' pears to havo been a slump alt along the line. ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 February 1906

Hi Pt',, TAW ' , - . . ...... 9f- Items of Interest. A pack of dogs and tncn recently went on n coon limit in I'ntmau countv. Tlie men 11 I"'-''11 "vcr die dogs nm' cvcml were badly hurl. The coons re ported tlie jolliest time of the season A Ilrjouville y.irl has been shedding tears because she consulted n futtiint: tel ler recently. 'You," said lite dark skinned lady in the dimly lighted room, "are now courted hy two men, a light one and a dark one. In two jcars you will marry the dirk one, Here is your line 'You will live long. And see all these 'little branches they arc children. J I .count fourteen of them" and thejoung lady broke away and fled. Near Lee's Summit, last Saturday, in a wolf drive tli'- lines were two miles long and contained nearly four hundred person, covering i an area of four npinre miles. After the drive was over it was found five wolves ami one fox hud been killed. Several broke through the lines , and escaped. John W. Skinner and his soil.ti'-licrmeii, were...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 February 1906

Morgan County Democrat CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, -RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. i - - ........ SEVENTH Year. , Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Feb. 16. 1906. No. 7. ox-iEj-A-isrinsrG- Tjp ! We still have several Odds and Ends that must be cleaned up from our Inventory Sale. It will not be a question of price but GETTING ROOM FOR OUR NEW SPRING GOODS Odds and Ends in Ladies Jackets go nearly at half Several nice Silk Lined Furs, they go for the price price. that the lining cost, A few overcoats left, they go for the price of the Also a few Skirt and Dress Patterns at way down cloth. prices. Ladies Muslin Underwear. In addition to the Closing Out Prices, which O e fff fm nll they are marked, we will also allow you AUt Ull JU CdCIl UOIIar Yours For Cleaning' Up Odds and Ends A. Popper, LOCAL NEWS. All Wool Sweaters at the "Famous" ; for $1.00. ) Private money to loan by C. W. ' Kavanaugh. The wedding Sells will ba heard Tinging in the north part the first of next wee...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 February 1906

DEMOCRAT PublUhed Kvrrjr Friday Mornln. Tii.i.MAx duff. yroritoni. VERSAILLES. : t MISSOURL A butterfly which a Chicago woraai kept all winter and has recently dlsfl, ate one drop of honey In every throe days. Thore nre no fewer than 110 nation alities Into which the Russian popula tion has lieen divided, tho three great Blocks- being the Finns, tho Tartars and the Slnv3. Spruce gum is becoming scarce and harder to get in the Malno woods, and KChonl girls who chow that sort will have to pay moro for It hereafter. The gum now costs $1.35 n pound. A beautiful Jet black lioness has been added to the collection of ani mals in tho Jardln drs t'lantcs iu Paris. Mack lions are found only la tho interior of the Sahara, and are rcarre oven there. Ireland consumes per head slightly more whisky than England, and Scot land nearly twice as much. Of l.cer England drinks 7." per cent, core per capita than Ireland, and over 300 per cent, moro than Scotland. When one comes to Industrial and commerci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 February 1906

J PECK'S BAD BOY WITH THE CIRCUS By HON. GEORGE W. PECK Author of "Peck' Bad Boy Abroad," Etc. (Cul rltfht by J. B. llowl..) LA. Newport Monk Is Added to ths Show The Boy Teaches Him Some "Manly Tricks" The Tent Blows Down and a Panic Follows Fa Manages the Animal Act Which ' Ends in a Novel Manner. Wr. have added to the show the mo3t remarkable animal that ever was a "baboon that dresses llko a man, and ats at a table, using a knife and fork, and a napkin. This baboon has be;n jilaylng an engagement with the Four 'Hundred at Newport, dining with th.j crowned heads at that resort, but the (confounded baboon cot to be too liu- man, and he fell in love with an hoi r . ss, and scared one of the Willie boys that was also In love with her. His friends were afraid tho baboon twould cut Willie out entirely, or get jealous and Injure Willie, so the man lager of the Four Hundred show do When She Saw tho Gilded to banish the baboon, and our how sent pa to Newport to buy the .baboon and bring ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 February 1906

The Democrat. TILLMAN S DVrr. Proprietors. Entered in the I'ot Office at Versailles, Missouri as second Haas mail matter. LIVE STOCK feftftg KfiHSAS CITY. k2 fHE 'tfEEKrti "RACE REPOFITrD BY CLAY RQMNSON & COMPANY, UVJS. STOCK OOMMIOSION M&RCHANTS. OFFICES AT CHIOAOO. KAN8A8 CITY, OMAHA, SIOUX CITY. PT JOSEPH AND DCNVE" Kanhas City, lfeb i3, 190C. Receipts of cattle thus far this week ft 20,100; last week 27.200; last year, "Om Monday's market was active with Hcc strong for all , praties. Today's trade was active and firm fur everything. The following table gives prices now riiling:- liictra nrime cornfed steers. 5.1O to 5.6') tlood .' 4.i0 to s.10 Orditiuty 4.00 to 4.60 Choice c'onifcd heifers 4.50 to 5.00 t'tood .. . 3.50 to 4.00 Medium 2.7.S to 3.10 Choice cornfed cows 3.50 to 4.00 Uood 3.00 to Medium 2.5(1 to Canncrs 1,50 to Choice stags 3.7o to Choice fed hulls 3 50 to tlood '-'."o to HologiiA Hulls 2.25 to Veal eahes 5,f0 to (ood to choice native or western stackers 3....

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 February 1906

yrie. i W. C. T. V. PROGRAM. flly request of the membership of Hie 'Vt C. T. U. the Democrat this week Srints the entire program for the year '1000 which, in so far as possible will he carried out by that organization. Koch I member, as well as others who expect to become members, should either retain the paper or clip out and preserve the program. Those not subscribers to the Democrat (although you ought to be) can have extrxa copies by calling at this . office, following is the program com I plcte. t Wkunksuav, Jan . 31 . Meets with Mrs. Era Thorpe. Devotional exercises, Mrs. Anderson. Roll call, Current Temperance News. J A White Life for Two, Mrs. Ilriscoe. I.ovc thy Neighbor as thy Self, Mrs. i Short. I . Closing exercises, Song Messed Be the WltDNKSDAY, FKB. 7. Meets with Mrs. Wcstniatott. 1 Devotional exercises, Mrs. Lewis. Impromptu speech, Miss Lillie Joach- i(mi I Duty in Action, Mrs. Hubbard. ' Study on W. C. T. U. work. Closing exercises. I WKDNKSUAY, 1?KB. I4. jMeets wi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 February 1906

n if I nil M V.' ANEMIA GANJE CURED Or. Williams' Pink fill Matt Naw loo- and Strlka Stral, ht at tha I Raot of Dlsaaaa. An mm in is just tbo doctor's name for trtoodlesMicM. Dr. Williams Pink Pilla tactuolly nmke uew blood. They cars maMnia just . food cures hunger. They lenred Mrs. Tlio.i. J. McGanii, of 17 Lincoln Ploco, Plainfielrt, N.J.,niid they jcn do as much for nny other pulo, weak, Muff, bloodless person. " Iu tlio ppriiifr of 11)03 1 did my nstml honso cleaning," any MrH. McGaim, 41 and soon afterward 1 began to huvo tlio most terrible lieatlnclics. My heart would bent fo iriPKulnrly that it was painful mid thcro camo rt morning when 1 could not get up. My doctor wild I had antctuianml ho wns surprised that I hud continued toliro iu tho condition I wns in. I was confined to my bed for nearly ,tvo mouths, tlio doctor coming avory day for tlio first few weeks, but I did not improve to nmount to anything. "Altogether I was hick for nearly two years. I was ns weak ns rt rag, ...

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 February 1906

It is still n matter of tlonlit whether the poKcstor of n high-power motor ear is in treat luck or merely in great danger. Rich, Juicy Radishc3 Free. Everybody loves juicy, tendtr radishes. Salzcr l;nows this, hence he oilers to send you absolutely free mllicient radish i-eed to keep you in tender radishes all bum mer long and his great SALZCn'9 BARGAIN BCHD HOOK. ,-ith its wonderful surprises and great I bargains in seeds at bargain prices. The enormous crops on cur seed farms the past season compel 119 to issue this special catalogue. BEND TniS XOT1CB TO-DAT. and receive the radishes and the wonder ful llargain Book fr. Remit 4c and we add a package of Cos mos, the moat fashionable, serviceable, beautiful annual flower. John A. Salzer Seed Co., Lock Drawei K., La Crosse, is. One can htand almost nn)- bulTct of for tune, as long as things continue to teem worth while. Xo Cuba, Every Friday, the Havana Limited. A rwoII Pullmnn train of dining car, club car with smoking room, barber ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 February 1906

IN WASHING TON'S TIME people died like they do now. Many died through who would) have lived longer if they had had access to an UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE like ours. It's wonderful what miracles are al most wrought through t h c agency of improv ed remedies. For all that's best in the drug line, call on us. We have it. Muntzel Drug Co Died In Florida. Dr. E. II. Gregory, one of the oldest and most prominent physicians in the state died on the 11th inst in Florida where he had gone on Feb ruary 3d with the hope of recuperat ing his health. Dr. Gregory was about eighty years old and had in the early 40s resided in Versailles, being a partner with Dr. J. 1$. Thruston in the practice of medicine for some time here. He moved to St. Louis in 1848 where he soon identified himself with the leading physicians of that city, and was to the time of his death a leading spirit in the medical profesiion of the state. He is re membered by several of our older citizens, Dr. Woods having attended medical ...

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. — 23 February 1906

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. ...,. , , , M. SEVENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Feb. 23. 1906. No. 8. i i- i . , ., ,, . .. - i, i i y - ...... . i ... ... . ' ' " m m m LOCAL NEWS. Joe Goddard of Tipton was in the city between trains Monday. A big line of gloves for men and box at the "Famous." Private money to loan by C. V. tvanaugh. fMiss Luanda Goddard of ner iensted was in town Monday. All Wool Sweaters at the "Famous" tot $1.00. Services will be held by Rev. C. N. White at the Baptist Church next Sunday. Porter Price left last week for Ton opah, Nev., where he will probably locate. Vou can find a fine assortment of California fruit, both canned and evaporated at W, N. Gii.son's. Milt Stahl, the veteran engineer on the Pacific branch is on the sick list tHrs week. Rev. Couch of Tipton conducted jpe services at th Christian Church last Sunday. literature concerning the "White River Country" can be ob...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 February 1906

V VhIbbbbbbbbI X5hQ DEMOCRAT Pnbllihed V.itrr Friday Slornlnfi TIM.MAK MIFF, I'roi'rletora. VERSA1TLKS. MISSOUuL London motor 'but driven who nvoltl accidents for a weok receive a tonus. They are fined for nccldcnte. Senator La Toilette, of Wisconsin, Is ono of the closest students of Shake epcaro In the senate and tho only vegetarian In that body. Consul Hnnna, In Monterey, Me Ico, reports a good demand for Ainer lean musical Instruments of the cheaper variety, except, piano;). High trade pianos are easy to sell there. In tho United S.ntos arc 350,000 acres of peanut land and 170,000 pea nutters, Threrc hundred million psunds of peanuts, worth $11,000,000, are produced here every year. Tho Island on which Kddystcme lighthouse stands Is the smallest In habited Island In tho world. At low water It Is only 30 foot In diameter end at high water the base of thu lighthouse, which has a diameter of only a little over 28 feet, completely covered Uy water. It Is admitted In tho military wor...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 February 1906

T frlt WUlllllNfw THE The President's Eldest Daughter Married to Nicholas Longworth, of Ohio, in the Historic East Room. CEREMONY BY BISHOP SATTERLEE PRESIDENT GAVE THE BRIDE AWAY. The Beautiful Bride, Leaning On the Arm of Her Father, Met the Bridegroom at the Altar, a Bower of Flowers, and Together They Ascended the Platform and Stood Beside the Bishop-The Ceremony Witnessed By the Host Distinguished and Brilliant Assemblage Ever Gathered in the White House A Quiet Sunday at the Suburban Home of a Friends Start On a Trip to the South. Washington, Feb. 19. Standing on the spot In tho Hast room of the White House, where, .12 years ago, Nclllo Grant plighted her troth to Algernon SartorlH, Allco Leo Roosevelt, eldest daughter of Theodore Roosevelt, twenty-sixth president of the United State3, and NlcholaH Longworth, representa tive In congress from the First district of Ohio, were Joined In the bonds of holy wedlock, shortly after noon, Sat urday, by lit. Itev. Henry Y. Satter lee, E...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 February 1906

The Democrat. TILLMAN ft IVrr. Proprietors. Entered in the Poit Office at Vertaillm, Misiourl as second eUaa mail matter. Baker to be Congratulated In last week's issue ol the States man, Editor Maker takes a strong position in favor of retrenchment and reform, in county expenditures, along certain lines, and gives advice to our County Court, wkich they should consider, carrying the principle enun Hated by Kditor Baker to its full ex tent. Mr. linker points out the error in the care of our county paupers, and suggests that a farm should be purchased by the court in the timber part ol the county, which would pro duce large crops of grain vegitables j iid fruits, and the farm put in care of a Superintendent who should be paid a ftxed salary for the care of the paupers. This is certainly correct, as it would result in better care for the unfortunates, and certainly save money for the county. Kditor Maker ilso suggests that a physician could be secured who would contract to treat the pa...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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