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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 8 April 1909

PETER DELIVERED FROM PRISON tmUj Ideal Umm fe April II, IMt Specially Arranged for Thli Piper LESSON TEXT.-Acte 12:111. Memory veree 7. GOLDEN TEXT.-'Tlie angel of the Lerd encampeth round about tliem tliat fear him, Mid dllvruth them." Pealro H:T. TJME.-The I'aiiover ftuat ("Urn dayi 9f Unleavened bread," verne 3), April 1-8, A. D. 41. Hrod had left till capital. Caceureu, and wan In Joruaakm (or I lie fecint. PLACE. Jaruialein the fortroan of An lonln, and the home of Mury, the mother ef John Mark. nULEIta-lferod Aifrtppa I., king of II Paluallnp, the realm of Herod tlia real, hli iirnndfutlier. lie wub M yeara old. Clnudlui, Hoiimn vinpvror, A, D. 41-M. Comment and Buggeatlve Thouaht. During our Inst Ichhoii and tills from four to nix ycara huvo ulupHud. DurltiK that tlmu have occurred tho founding of the treat Gontllii church at Antloch and tho cuIIIiik thltluir of Hurnalmn from Jcrunalotn und Paul from Tannin. The famine, and tho famine relief Bent to Jeruiulem from Antloch. V....

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. — 8 April 1909

3 IK I - It is r Hi lar I4T- Soattered Items. .A Faratwttll. Te.Dlal. , tf'ae r;wlnc 'way from nixie; I know uut where I'll wander, I wan born anrl tired In tloutlmn Hut I can't ty here no longer; 'TU Mr vutcr'a invitation, Once my nw' loved relation) My ole Kentucky home'a 'luutrv And I liiu'tt K. CHORIJH. , I'negwliie 'way fiom Dlile j.l'ne Rvkine 'way Innn Dhile, Glne from wlierc the ornngelnmnu lilow , Vo huncr) children callln', Nn mrther'a nod trara (allln1; Mark' jftlrra wyi "from I)bi IJe a'Joopa.inaa' go." At our lt union meeting, Whcnatked for an cxpreMtop, . .I)e men from Kouth Carllny All voted for ixcewlon! They're In for abolition, With no mar beer condition; Tillman aaa I'e "Wu dan Teddy." And I mut kj. , ftl Mateo are dry in Dixie; I)e re drlnka mot'ly water; My dcnre.t friend! in Dlile-l.tnd Will ntump for me no longer! All Dixle'a talk and nliiRlng With i.rohilMtlou'a ringing; There'll be n Ulxle Jubilee 'When I am isoiie. l'ae traveling 'way from Dixie. With utep ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 April 1909

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. TENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, April 15, 1909. No. 13. The Funeral of Mrs. P. G. Woods The remains of Mrs. 1. (J. Woods were received at Versailles Friday evening, April 9th on the Hock Is- l.ind 3 train, by Versailles Royal Arch Chapter, and conveyed to the KJhristian church, where a guard of Koyal Arch Masons watched through ilic night. Funeral services wetc held at the church at 9:30 Saturday morning, conducted by A. I.. Ross, JiWer ). C. I'cters and Dr. C. C. Woods, who paid eloquent tiibutes of respect to the departed one. The church was beautifully decorated with lowers and trailing vines, under the 'tasteful arrangement of Mrs. F. D. Harrison and Wray Witten. Special and appropriate music was rendered by the choir, and the relatives and multitude of friends were deeply im pressed with the tender tributes of' sorrow and prayer and sermon, and yet there was no not...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 April 1909

'r " l Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCri, Publisher. (VKU8A1LLE3. MISSOUM. Many ft man who can write books couldn't write any llfo Insurance. Inasmuch as "Lucky" Baldwin left a fortune of $30,000,000, It Is fair to as HUliiu that hu wax. "A noble llfo before a long," said Shakespeare. Hut can't a long llfo bq n noblo one? Fondness fir the balloon often leads the enthusiastic persona to be qulto carried away with It. Iceland Is one of tho Islands which think they have grown up and no longer need guardians. "What Is the difference between a woman and her photograph?" asks a Kansas paper. Ask tie retoucher. It Is discovered that an Arkansas preacher has been a counterfeiter. Hut It Is only fair to consider what tho contribution plate failed to do for him. Tho government In Germany In tends to arm the military balloons with light guns. They will naturally prefer air rllb'K. Pennsylvania man cuts oft his finger with mi ax to prove to his wife that ho Is brnve. lint how much braver...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 April 1909

MEASURE IS SENT TO RESOLUTION WITH RIDER PRO VIDING FOR. PROHIBITION IN YEAR 1913. HAWKINS BILL PISSES HOUSE If This Become a Law Cities of 10, OOO or Over, May Upon Petition Vote Separately on Local Option. Jefferson City. By a vole o 8C to 45, tlio house Friday Hont to en grossment the Klllon Joint find con current resolution, submitting the pro hibition amendment to the people nt the- regular election in November 1910, Provloua to action on the resolu tion, mi amendment offered by Conrnn of New Mexico, fixing the time of on to! cement of prohibition nt .Inn. 1, .1013, should the voterB ndopt the amendment, was made part of the re (solution. Conrnn explained I his on the ground it will give the ownern of pro perty affected time to dispose of It. The Conrnn amendment was adopted, 70 to 42. After the engrossment was disposed of, Kllllon moved that passage of the measure be made a special order for a o'clock Wednesday afternoon. This Wns overwhelmingly carried. Voting Machine Bill Pa...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 April 1909

is IV". IK The Republican, (Successor to Tub Dkmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. 'Entered in the Post Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mall matter. Subscription Price $1;O0 a Year. Phone No. 105. Advertising Rates. OUj1.iy mlvertWui;. liylhe ytnr. to HVro(fc four Inched or mire. ',C. tr Incli fncli Usar. rrotsloii-il c&riU. mi' ilicJi. iil Jitr month; two Inclien, Is etnin lr 111011II1, l,ocnl -five lints, or over. 5 cents r line for first Insertion; 2!4c per line for each sutseiiient 'nseitiiiii. In Mack type 10 cents ir line for irst insertion. Scenti .w 'liie for eacli miIhc lueiit insertion. .cftal ndvertUInt: at l-Kt rates, 'Vjyclal rates on ia- mlvtrtlsements. It is getting high time that sonic of our subscribers were paying tlicir subscriptions, (or the very good reason that we need the cash in our business. The individual amounts arc small, the aggregate up in the hundreds, antl fifty cents on the dol lar right now would help us greatly, and enable us to ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 April 1909

m m H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Ketldtnrr 'I'hom 30. 74. LOCAL NEWS. it t he rcmi ar Anril term of the Mor- ---r - I Kupion Oil is the best for all pur jsir-,. t: ui i.iiiv liii l iii.il uiikui . ii .11 r i f ... 1. A IIPII mis'. Regular communication of Versailles rwitrtt ifi i i i it a i . m . iiri :iv in mi. viirn. linn. iieercewiirK J ' n ' l i ' n ill ii inn iiuuiiiiii uc n t.iini.icw . in . i f . i For Sale Four room cottage in .inti.ix Gitv. Mn.. In exchange for I'.. A. Cur.WSON. That long-lookecMor and much ecded rain came in all riuht Mon- ay, and now everybody is reasonably oil. Efifffs! Egffirs!! EsffsII! Try fresh ground bone and watch le increase in cue nmoimi oi cues. f . I I I : I I c nave aiso chick iccu anu grus. c:. ii. I'Kicia, The Butcher and Grocer. The It. V. I. U. held an intcrct- ig ivister service at me uapiisi 1......I. u...i : Illllt II .Illlltll.V t LII.UIIIL: Jirough in time to attend the (Caster rvire at tne m. cnurcn. Don't lail to get our prices on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 April 1909

Escamd: A POST NAMm ROMANCE BY CYRUS ILL U5 TfiATOMS SY J?AYWALmP5 , (copyright, 906 ar SYNOPSIS. Th Rurapnde opens, not In Ihe ro mance prercdlnR tho marriage of Kllcn Hlorum, 11 I'urltnn miss, nnd Iord Cnr rlriKton of Knglnnd, liut in their Ufa after RMtllng In Knglnnd. Tlie ccne In placed, Junt following the revolution, In Carrlng ton caiitl In KnKlnnd. The Carrlmrton, nfler n houra party, engaged In a family tilt, minted by Jealousy. The attentions of Lord CnrrlriKton to Lady Cecily and lord HtrnthKiitn to Iady Carrlngton com tielltd the Intti-r to vow that sh would lavn the rniitlf-. l'repnrlnn to flee. Lady CnrrliiKton nnd her chum Deborah, an American girl, met Iord Htrathgate nt two ii, in., he agreeing to e them iiafely nwiiy. Jin attempted to take her to Ills raiitle, but she left him stunned In the road when the rurrliipe met with an ac rldent, Hhe and lJhMo then (truck out for I'nrtimioutli, where hn Intended to Mil for America. Hearing ncwii of Kllen'n flight. Lords Car...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 April 1909

I MISSOURI NEWS Mutt Report or Pay Fine. 8t, Louis. Martin McCrocry of 1437 Clinton street, fined $500 and cosls each on two charges of disturbing the peaco of IiIh slster-lii-law, Mrs. Flor encu McCreory, 1G30 North Klovetitli strt'et, and her Riicrit, MIhb Laura Schoenborn, by ticking tlmlr Iopb, will Imvo to behave for a year and report onro each week to thu workhouse. Judge Pollard stayed the fine Inder these condllionu when It developed in testimony that bla wife wan 111 and needed his support. . The women testi fied that MeOreery Invaded their bed room and, after wnkliitf them by tickling their toes, attempted to inako love to them. McCreery pleaded KUllty and deelnred ho had been drinking and did not know what ho wuu doing. Two Murderers Go to Aoylum. Jefferson City. (lov. Hndley Issued orders for the transportation from thu penitentiary to the criminal division of the Fulton Insane asylum of two life-term eonvlcU who are deemed hopelessly Insane, Itoth were con victed recent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 April 1909

.DIRECTORY. i TtMMiir iioi.himo coonr. Circuit court 3rd Monday In Alirll and 2nd Mon .day In AiiK"t 'I"') Uwcinlier. l'riili.ilncourt-3nil Monday In Fi'liruary. Max nnd NnrrmlK'i'i nnd till Monday In Atntii't. County ronrt-rirt Monday In February, Max Aiiwiat and November. Momah CevXTT r'ldlnir JudK Jiidip'MDI'trlrt Ju.Ik 2nd Dlatrlrt Judu til I'rolrfiUt .'llrrult Clerk and Ilroircler Oolllitr Clerk Pnniiriitltut Attorney XJitrllT iMUWbir AivKmor Tmamii'T t.'ornovr . 1'iiMlit Administrator hurti'XOi . OfTKMM. John I). Kldiwdl Tliormi F. O'Neal Win, (J. TiiKtmi'cr HiirvcxH. NimIIIo Wonky C.'IliomiM lywlfl I.iiiiijhmi II. M. MrrMX Cbarlra II. (loodinaH John A. lliuiiiay Frrd MiniMim I, M. M'lmnin'ii John A. Jlmd'-n V. N. Naider Wm. H. !liivi'iion VnA!Li.r Cirr Omenta. Mayor NUiiuM liinlH r.ilf Clirk W. Mi'CIHIaud Wf AlliiriiPX It. M. l.Ui'WX i;ity 'lri''irt-r l'rlre Jniun (!IIX .MiiiIiI William I) h-jt ltririilariiiwtlii'olr.Hx council etrrj 2nd and 4th Monday nlulita. Hox'lKTica. A....

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 22 April 1909

Morgan County Republ ican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. ?ENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, April 22, 1909. No. 14. The Home Merchant. Without any thought of sentiment f -A t 1 - .1 I i...L ! ... . t t nil inr iriau mrn iiHiiin in iiiir inline i iiv ii itr r- inp urii iiiriiun wit The retail merchant conducts a t r i i -and the tuition is free. Every . I -LIU .L- l . t . . . I ill ui sccmir in me iiuiiic luwn auuui .t .i . . nvrnina mar i ni rpai imnmianrf. t A f i 1 I 1 - m nrnTAria lie n rriinir irnun nnii una vim nrVfr nrnrpn a Kill licrntmncr fnunil vnitr nnfn fnp i lliniuin i trA- i I 1- . i i. i ri in i ii f1 ninir rtmyr t nnv an n rci 1 1 1 r lit w r umt i J u u t i uii iilti.1 uuivi aiiiii tuuvr iui a ihiikl. -without your wife getting the I V t muiicy uiiudi lie never uiiiucii yuu $75 lor a "trailer" that you found . r i i.i i i i . uiii auciwrtiiia tuuiu uc uuugui any ...i i oon "No, the home merchant is just iitu vuu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 22 April 1909

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCri, Publisher. VEI18A1LLE3, Missouri!. There Is plenty of business for those Who aro determined to get It. The I'nragriiptiL-rs' union will note with delight that Ambassador White's daughter Is to marry a Count Josch. Oreat Urltaln can protect Its now nntarctlc possessions without an ex pensive navy. An Aiitl-Aflliilty league is being formed. Tnko a membership card homo with you. Somo think the last sparrow would be a more welcomo bird than tho first robin. It Is a matter of condolence when a man who desires to bo a private citi zen finds advertising thrust upon him. One test of a man's greutness seems to bo the number of old anecdotes to which posterity decides to arbitrarily attach his name. Wo aro sorry to learn from tho doc tors that King Kdward Is soft and pulpy. Let him try tho strenuous life for It. Panama can promise something bet ter than Inauguration weather when the opening of the cunal Is celebrated in 1915. Perhaps Duk d'Abruzzi Is ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 22 April 1909

TURKISH CAPITAL IE ARMY OF 32,000 ON OUTSKIRTS OF THE CITY DEMANDS 8URRENDER. THE SULTAN 13 NEGOTIATING One Report 8ays He Will Abdicate, ut He Continue! War Prepa rations New Stories of Bloodshed. Constantinople. KcnllzlnR that not only his power hut his llfo Itself Is In Imminent danger from tho young Turks' movement against tho capital, tho sultan, nccordlng to a gen erally accepted rumor, begun secret ncgotlatons with the young Turks' lenders in an effort to convince them that ho Is not responsible for tho up rising. Tho Third army corps, or tho Invad ing arm of tho young Turks, Is Just outslda the city. They havo agreed not to enter tho cnpltal until they re ceive an answer to their demand for a dismissal of tho cabinet. Army of 32,000 Outside City. Tho troops number about 32,000. It was expected that they would occupy tho suburbs and that tho main body would march to tho Ylldlz Kiosk in order to compel the sultan to surren der and to force his abdication, but these plnns were ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 22 April 1909

The Republican, (Successor to Tim Dkmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Kntcreri ia the Post Office at Versailles Missouri as second clans mail matter. Subscription Price........ $1 .(H) a Year 'Phone No. 105 Advertising Rates. Iisi!.iy nilvtitlnltiK, by tin year, to avenge lour Inches or more, 8J4c. per Inch encli lMr, I'rofnilotnl c.irl, one Inch, 3' cent r month- two Indies "3 cent per month. I teats fivellti'!", ortwer. cents tr line tor n rt Insertion, per line for each iile)iient fineitlon. In lilnck tjrpe 10 etuis per Hue for irsl liiwrlioti 5miu per line for each subt- iiitnl Insertion mlvrtllilnn at l!t rate. Special rate mi page ilvertlment. It now looks like a flat 2 1-2 cent rate for railroad fare was a sure thing, mid that makes it dead easy ride as far as you ran pay, and then walk the balance of the way. It seems that Senator Warner has hutted into the prohibition fight in this state, and is placed on the side ot the demon rum. We had thought belter of the Senator tha...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 22 April 1909

m m m m H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Oflk. 'I'hnn Kcildtnr 'Phone 39. I LOCAL NEWS. ,,,,,,,,,..,.; Elwyn Price made a business trip to. Kansas City last week. Kupion Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the incubator, G Millions for 00 cents, at E. A. Wil liams'. J. S. Boycc was home from Jeffer son City Saturday on a visit to his iamily. For Sale Four room cottage in Kansas City, Mo., to exchange for property in Morgan county, or not too far away from Morgan county. E. A. Crkwson. Arno Woods was clown to St. Ixjuis Mondr.y on a business trip. Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! Try Ircsh ground bone and watch the increase in the amount oi eggs. We have also chick feed and grits. C. H. I'KICKS, The Butcher and Grocer. Eldon is about to secure an over all factory. Why not try to secure some of these good things for Ver sailles? The Knights of Pythias have n candidate for the rank of Knight Thursday night, and the "boys" should all be present and help. Orin ilamlim got home last week from...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 22 April 1909

ibTscapm S v a I A POST vMAHim ROMANCE BY CYRUS J?AY WALTER'S COPVRIGHZ 906 si SYNOPSIS. The Ktrnpartc opcnn, not In the ro- tnnncB preredlnit th marring" of Kllon niociim, n Puritan mind, nnd- Ixird Ciir rlnxton or lint in tholr llfo uftrr ettllnir In Krigland Tlio Krcno I placed, limt following the revolution, In Cnrrlnn ton caMlo In Kmriarul. Tho Onrrlugtoni, nflrr n hotinn pnrty, engaged In n family (lit, rained by Jeulouiiy. Tlio attention! of f,ord Cnrrlrmton to Lnily Orlly nnd Lord HtrathRntf- to I.ady CnrrlnRton com pelled tin latter to vow that ulio would leave the criMln. I'reparlng to fleo, I.ady CnrrlnRton and lier elinm Deborah, an American girl, met Lord HtrathKato at two a, in., lie aKreelriK to iieo them wifely away, l(u atteinpteii to takn her to hl rnfilfu, but sho left him stunned In tho roail when thn carrl.iKe met will) nn nr eldeni. Hhn atid liehhln then ntruck out for I'ortnnioutli. whero nho Inletided to mill for Ameilra HenrlnK new of Kllen'n fllrrht, Irfird...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 22 April 1909

SAVING PAINT MONEY MISSOURI NEWS It Cannot Be Done by Using Cheap Material and Cheap Painters. In arranging for painting, a good Springfield Wants Vets Encampment. Springfield. -Campbell Camp, Unit cd Confederate Veterans, of Spring field, has decided to innko an effort to get the annual statu encampment for this city. It Is tho doitlro of the members of llio post to have tho en cam'pmcnt on August 10, the anniver sary of tho battle of Wilson creek, or Oak HIIIa, which was fought twelve miles southwest of here, Mexico nnd Marshall also have asked for tho en campment. HprlnKflcId now has rail road connections with tin; battlellold, and It Is planned to spend a part of tho day there If tho encampment Is held here. It was In this battle that General Nathaniel Lyon was killed. Wooden Leg Convicts Him. BprliiKfleld. - Charles Duko was sen tenced by Judgo I'uro In the Criminal Court to three years In prison for stealing 37 from a Christ Ian County farmer. A wooden leg Is responsible for D...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 22 April 1909

DIRECTORY. Tiurtor iioi.iiiko court. Circuit court-Urd Mandaj In April and 5ml Mom flay lu Anguat and Uwembar, Probaloeourt-Itiid Monday In rebruarjr. Ma arid It'oTeiober, and Mb Monday In Auit Counlr conrt-rirnt Monday In iruar, May, Auguat arid KoTemlmr, Moboan (!ocn OrncuM. Pmatdtng Judge John D. K1wett iidgMIlattlct lndg2nd Dlrtrlrt Jhrigaiif Prohato !lrcult Clerk mid HKnrdar Ountr Clerk Proaonitlng Attorney Hherllt CoHwtnr Awcawir ' Trtaiurcr llomwv PuMIc Adraliiltratir bumor Thorn r. O'Neal Wm. C. Tagtmejer llarrrfy K. NerlUo Wetef C.Tbomu liRWI f.tnapea II. M. Utroay Charts II. Oondmaa Jnhn A. llannay Vrrd Mmiaeaa I. M. ftcli.mnep John A.IIraden V. N. Napier Wni, R. .strvrnwm TBWiiM.r.a Citt orriouui. Maror . F, D. Ilarrlaon (.'Itr Clerk J, W, Mrt'li-llaiid (.'liy Attorney . . H. M. Uneasy City TrcHimr Prk Jona fjltr Marhal William Duey Itetftiiar meetings ol ell rouncll every 1st and 3rd Monday nlitlit. HoulCTUS. A. P. A, M. -Veraalllea lvalue, No. 117, ri(iilr rnmmnnlcaUon ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 April 1909

'fib" County Morgan Republican. CENTRAL MI8B0DRI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, April 29, 1909. JENTH YEAR. No. 16. SeatMMfl Ittnu. '-(.'shall not pM this wayagalul The thought is full of sorrow: The coed I ought to do today ., I,tnty not riatomorroa.. ' tl. I this raoatnt sfcsll withhold the help I might t glviag , Borne soal may die;1tnd I shall Iok The swettcat Joy of IlVi'ng. hly the present hoar Is mint X may not have another . In which to speak a kindly woM .Or help a fallen brother. The path of life Ilea straight aeead, I can retrace it nercr; The dally record which t make Will atand unchanged forever, To cheer and comfort other souli, And make their pathway brighter; Td lift the load from other heart. And make their burdens lighter 'This (s the work we hare to do: t must not be neglected. "? liai we Improve each passing hour is of us all eaperted. "Mr. Prioj1 last week killed seven young -wolves and saw two old one...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 April 1909

Morgan Ctnnty Republican. W. W. KINLOCrl, Publisher. VER8AILLEB, MIBSOUIU. Aerial Invasion of England It Again Postponed. Zeppelin's tussle for 11 hours with IiIm unruly airship shows, liow far we nro yet from prncllcable control of at mospherical navigation. Under favor ablo comlltlotiH, our daring pioneers hiivo been doing remarkable things. They break records day after day and prophesy nil sorts of revolutionary do IngH for the future. Hut Orvllle Wright in a cripple, and the Hut of miraculous escapes from death Ih Jong. It In cany to reeall lucky falls of Daldwln, Far man, KnabenHhtiu and others, while the fatal outcome of the Morrell air ship 'light In Kun Francisco does not readily pawn Into forgctfulness. Very probably the world will eventually see lie success of these machines, Kvery Invention has Hh early stages of acci dent. Victory comes only uftcr much experimenting and risk. Hut the Hrltlsh world has excuse for feeling considerable relief over the latent Zeppelin flight...

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