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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 February 1906

Items of Interest! After living mure than a century with- out being affiliated with any church Mrs. Drusilla Morrel of 122 Adelpht street, llrooklyn, now in her 102d year, was re ceived into full tnembersliipin the Simp son Methodist Episcopal church, Cler mont and Willoughby avenues, last Sun day morning. With her there were re ceived into membership her daughter, a grand-daughter and a great-grand daughter four generations in all. A booze fighter at Concordia took on an extra jag the othea night and went to the Union Pacific water tank to sleep it (the jag) off. Along about 1 1 o'clock he woke up and as the tank was overflowing a little and leaking a great deal, he con cluded a terrible rainstorm was raging and sat there till daylight, waiting for the rain to cease. The pastor of a Howard church an nounces that henceforth he will begin services promptly on time, "whether there is a quorum present or not." "We are receiving some nice things in White goods, embroideries, lace and .'...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 February 1906

TWITCHING1 NERVES A Serious Hereditary Trouble Cured Dv Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Sufferers from ailments that fanvo af flicted iu regular succession 0110 genera tloti after another of their family aro,ai rulo, lucllned to submit to them ns iu cvitablo. Thocfiso which follows prove! that such hereditary difllcultics nro not itcyond tho reach of curativo forces and filmnld luspiro hopefulness and' a reiuli' hicks to try remedies that havo effected signal cures, Bach as that which is'hure given. Mrs. Elizabeth Unnnclls, of No. 408 liist Seventh utrcet, Newton, KaiiMts, Hives tho following account of hor ail cucut nnd her cure : "For two years I snlTcrcd from a trying ncrvonsucss in my lower limbs from my Ituocs down, as my mother and my prnndmothcr hml huffcrcd beforo mo.' Tho Munition was for many years oc ceptcd ns unavoidable) beeauso heredi tary. But olxmt two years uKo.wheu my fiu was realizing benefit from tho use of tOr.Willinuis' Pink Pills, I thought there might possibly Ikj ...

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. — 23 February 1906

High Class Druggists AND OTHERS. SICK HEADAGHE Positively cored by these iattlo PUls. Tlicy also rcllcre Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In dices tlon and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Dad Tosto in the Mouth, Coated Tongue, Pain In tno Bids, TORPID LIVER. Thfflr iregnlato the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. smm. shiuoose. swamicE ICARTER'SI Tip MB I CARTERS Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature REFUSE SUISTITUTES. Seeing, Things, ' "8entry," paid the newly-fledged lieuten ant, halting before a tentinel and seeking to propound a query which would calico the man embarrassment, "what would you do if you saw a battleship moving across the parade ground and approaching your beat?" "I'd stop drinking, sir," replied the sol dier, shortly. Judge. TERRIBLESCALY ECZEMA. PARTS OF CORN PLANT. An Explanation Will Be Helpful to the Mnn Who Is Growing the Crop. Eruptions Appeared on Chest, and Pace and Neck Were All Broken Out Cured by Cutlcura. "I had an eruption r....

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 February 1906

$27 Daily, February 15 to April 7, via the Rock Island. Use Free Reclining Chair Cars or pay a very moderate sum for berth in Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car. Take your choice of two good routes, via El Paso Shoit Line or through Scenic Colorado. Through cars both ways. uur Tourist Folder will be of interest. Gladly furnish on request. To the Farmers of Mor gan and Camden Counties. This i tl" year to raise broom corn. fPrioes art. H'xxi and will remain good and thert? is no crop in which you can jjet as kooH return tis raising htoom corn. Another thine broom corn will improve your land hiiiI k-aee it better nftcr llitr crop i harvested than bcfoie. Vnn .i.niK.i imnr av vour land anv fnst-1 ,c- in any way than by re-turning under the green foliage nMiroom corn after yi.u harvest the crop, which can be done by Itfifueuth of August. Hi known by men who luxe bad large experience that . , ' ., , ittirmug under a crop of broom corn, niter ,the straw has la-en harvested, is as good for the la...

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. — 2 March 1906

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. i M. SEVENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Moh. 2, 1906. No. 9. I LOCAL NEWS. m m If you want a Sewing Machine go to the Famous. Dr. Joel D. Hubbard was in Seda- lia this week. Private money to loan by C. W. '.Kwvanaugh. Sam Washburn is in Kansas City tms week on business. Kavanaugh. . General Hudson made a business 'trip to Kansas City this week. All Wool Sweaters at the "Famous" j lor $1.00. Some winter goods on hands yet for men and boys at a bargain. . Famous. v You can find a fine assortment of California fruit, both canned and evaporated at V. N. Gilson's. (ileortre Driver of near F.nid left Tuesday for Oakland, California, over the Rock Island. Paul Spurlock made a business trip 4o St. I.ouis this week. He will lay In a supply of furniture while there. Literature concerning the "White (River Country" can be obtained from h. N. Simons. George Campbell took advantage of th...

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. — 2 March 1906

aSafiMHMiSK ,;'r mm I- I.. V Cftg DEMOCRAT Pobllahed Kvry Friday Mornlnf. TILLMAN tllirr. Proprietor. VERS AIT LES. MISSOURI. The glnnt bamboo of Ceylon growl to a height of 80 foot. It Is used in construction of housos and bridges. Also, wntur plpr-s are made of It. The 100.'. pack of pea-s in the United States and Canada is estimated at 3,M)2,OG4 cases of two dozen cans each. 01 this total the United States fur nished .'!,n02,0Cl cases. A curious well in Canada produce? tnnd Instead of water. The sand comes up In a fine stream like a foun tain. The force which drives It to tha surface from a depth of 100 feet haa not yet been discovered. There nro already nn entente cor dlnle and an entente munlclpalo be tween France and England, nnd now there is to lie an entente muslcale. In other words, Hrltlsh Instrumentalists nnd chorus singers are to give con certs In Paris. It is true that CO per cent, of tha death's among the Sioux and Yankton Indians now are from tuberculosis, but It Is a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 2 March 1906

JTJHMK X UAUUJI fUUW, ' the eutlra collectlo of tho diplo matic letters of Pop Plus VII. has tfjen stolon from the archives of the Vatican. The London branch of the Gaelic le&guo U preparing a scheme for plac ing the principal Irish products on the Kng'.lsh markets, confident In low prices ana good qualities. Tho original proclamation for the capturo of Prince Charles Edward (the iYoung Pretender), dated Whitehall, SAugust 21, 1745, has recently been ills covered, and purchased by the British museum. After two recent nights of fog near ly 0,000 birds were found dead under the lantern of Cape drlsnez light bouse, pays tho London Chronicle. fThey had been attracted by the bril liant light, and were killed by flying against the lighthouse. Korea has a population of about ,000,000. Seoul, the capital, has 22, O00, and is constantly increasing. Al ready 50,000 Japanese live In the king dom. No less than $3,000,000 has I)cur. spent on railways. Tho foreign trade war. worth 82C,C1C,4S7...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 2 March 1906

ESS i The Democrat. TILLMAN iVIT. Proprietor. Kntered in the Post Office at Versailles, Miiaouri ni second class mail matter. I'aJ Crow, for years a fugitive from Justice, was acquitted by a jury in Onuha on the charge of robbery, tli.it being the technical charge drought against Crow because of the kidnapping of young Cudahy. Herbert S. Hadley, attorney gen vral for Missouri, has expressed the opinion that if John D. Rockefeller left all of his possessions as a gift to the nation, he could not atone for hc almost incalculable moral wrong he has done the country. Reports from China say that the people of that empire are' determined to force the American government to repeal the Chinese exclusion act or to so modify it as to conform to Chinese public opinion. It is said that Amer icans in China have been advised to leave on account of the hostility there toward Americans. Washington dis patches say that Mr. Rooosevclt and Speaker Cannon are working on a plan which they hope will be s...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 2 March 1906

( r j Items mt Interest. Homer Porter, who lives near LathroD. killed his fnther with' shotgun because he insisted on selling his farm against the wishes of his wife. The dead man's brother killed his father in Kentucky for a simitar renson. A practicing attorney, keeping regular office hours, though 80 years old, oldest living graduate of the Missouri State University, and a member of the class of 40, are some of the distinctions very modestly clained by Luther T. Collier of Knnsas City, says the Kansas City Star Homer Croy of Mary vide, who was editor-in-chief of the "Post-Dispatch Junior," which the elass in Journalism Bt the Missouri State University prepar ed for the St. Louis Post Dispatch last Sunday, has been the recipient this week of tender missives from young ladies who would like to correspond with him, some of tlicm suggasting that they would not be averse to matrimony. The editor of the Nardin, Okla., Star says he received a letter the other day from a man who had take...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 2 March 1906

"Yes," Ten Times. Here ore the final oablr(?rams in an In--rn.iUonal rommct". "llucno Ayrcs. iAiU liaiifiiril: Will you mnrry me now? lArmvor at once. Kiikmic Tulian." "New TYork.- KtiRone Tuilan: Ye. Ada Cr.ui Iiinl." Of coun-p jou remember the story of tli-! other (?irl who not a proposal by telegraph. She nnUcil the clerk how many Words fche cnuhl bent for a quarter. Ho aid ten, and her aniwer was: "Yes, yen, ves, jw, yes, yce, jc, yes, yes, yea!" Jjoaton Uiobc. Cure Bheumatlsm nnd Catarrh Medicine Sent Tree. Send no money tirnply write and try Botanic lllood lialm at our expense. Hot oiiio Mood lialm (H. II. 1J.) kills or de stroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoul der blades, (.hitting pains, difliculty in moving liii(!crH, toes or legs, bone pains, iwollou miiRclei and joints of rheumatism, or the foul breath, hawking, spitting, drop- IiingH in throat, bail hearing, pcrks Hying jeforc the eyes, all played out feeling of catarrh. iotamc lllo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 2 March 1906

A CONFLICT NOT UNLIKELY CTLSNX) 07 SXFLOXATXO OPINION IN RUSSIA. NEW FOOD LAW ! NEWS FROM MISSOURI. The Bltnatlon rjettveen France and. Germany Looked I'pon aa Mnk Inu War Inevitable. St. Petersburg. The most alarm ing views with reference to the rela tions between Germany and Franco prevail in certain diplomatic quarters where the situation Is considered to ba extremely tense, and a conflict by no meana unlikely. The ambassador of one great European power said that war, In his opinion, was Inevitable, and had In fact already been decided upon. "It Is sad," added the diplomat, who Is not ranked among the admirers of Em peror AVlUIam, "that for the whims of one man Europe must bo plunged Into the horrors of war." At the French embassy opinion as to the situation Is frankly pessimistic, anil the outlook at present is regarded as fAUUUICJ DUWUUB, tllVY UCIUB limb there is no telling what may be In store If the conference should break off and France and Germany be left face to face In u...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 2 March 1906

$27.60 cAu- Daily, February 15 to April 7, via the Rock Island. Use Free Reclining Chair Cars or pay a very moderate sum for berth in Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car. Take your choice of two good routes, via El Paso Short Line or through Scenic Colorado. Through cars both ways. Our Tourist Folder will be of interest. Gladly furnish on request. Mayor's Proclamation for Special Election. Not inn is hertiby jiiven, that, in itMiniiliawv. with .in ordinance nf llm IJIty nf Vet cai lies, MIsMiuri, tiuuilwi c(l entitled "An ordiimtici; to incur additional UKlrniurtticss of the City of Versatile. .Mi.ssoiiri, In the Mini of .ViiKi;) ror tin; pi(iiosij or exteiiilliii: t he lines or I Heel t ic ll'lit plain or said city anil to ,:oiiipli!t' and maintain tin-same." .Said ordinance provides Tor a special election In virtu upon tin: ipioposiMon and proposals tlieiuln 'Contained and for tin; manner nrvot iiiK thereon; also for asccrtalnlin; and x-eiliryiiu; tliu roulUof such election, approved I V...

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. — 9 March 1906

Morgan County Democrat, CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Mch. 9, 1906. No. 10. MILLINERY. Onr 26th Annual Spring Display will occur On March 16th and 17th. We have never shown prettier styles or been better prepared for the inauguration of a new season. We certainly can show you a beautiful, correct and up-to-date Selection of Millinery, since at great expense having had personal representatives in both St. Louis and Kansas City markets. We make special mention of our big line of Trimmed Hats. Come to see us. We will give you reliable goods at unusually low -prices. Mrs. J.W. Boles. EAST SIDE SQUARE. "A MAN" "needs little here below, nor needs that little long." He wants it good though, when it's in the drug line, and means, kill or cure." CURATIVE REMEDIES are what arc wan ted in the spring time. All kinds of insidious dis- z eases attack the system. What ever you want we have it. Buy it here au...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 March 1906

gft DEMOCRAT Publlihud KtTf Friday Mornlofi TIM-MAN DUFF. I'nu'rietora, VERS AIT 1.E3. MISSOURI William R. Perry, who haa beea fillnd since seven, has been chosen city solicitor of New Hertford, Mass. The brr.t ptigar fartorles In opera. Hon In the United States In 190D.'0 amounted to ,3, as against six ten years ago. The ronrt production of tho United States In 1901 was S.000,000 tons In excess of double the combined pro ductlon of Franco and Germany. Tho population of Morocco can only he guessed. No census has ever been taken. The best authorities estimate the Inhabitants to number about 7, 500,000. There are Hrltlsh, German and French postoffices In tho principal towns of Morocco. The Moorish gov. ernment has no postofllee of Us own. Mall for the government Is carried from town to town ami from village to village by special carriers. The government will order "open ings" this year of a total of 505,000 acres of Indian reservation lands. Bills providing for these have passed in th...

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 March 1906

m PECK'S BAD BOY WITH THE CIRCUS By HON. GEORGE W. PECK Author of "Peek1 Bad Bey Abroad," Ele. (Cupjrritfht bjr J. B. UowlM.) Tha Bad Boy and the Senator's Son Oo on an Elephant Chase The Sen ator's Son Gets His Friend a Bid to Sinner at the White House The Trained Seal Swallows an Alarm . Clock. The show remained In Washington two days, cause it took all one day and night to catch the elephants, after the senator's boy and I turned the rats and mice looso in the ring while the ele phants were forming a pyramid. Pa and all the circus hands had to go away down towards the Bull Run bat tlefield to round them up, and young Mr. Senator let me rlclo one of his ponies and he and I weut along to help catch the elephants. We went out through Alexandria to--wards Bull Run battlefield. There we overtook pa and the boss canvasman and the elephant handler, and we met come farmers coming Into Alexandria with their families, stampeding Ilka people out west when the Indians go We Met Some Farmers....

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 March 1906

The Democrat. By H. F. TILLMAN. Entered in the Post Office at VeniftillM, Missouri as second class mail matter. ' Th Key to Success. Have yon ever tried to define to your own satisfaction tlic word luck? What was the result? Did it not honestly re solve itself into "'a something possessed liy some people which brings theui SHCCCFtJ" It is certainly a fnct that certain per sons and communities meet with succefs, while others, notwithstanding persever ing industry, fail, hut there is a grave rjuastiou as to whether this may he at tributed to that thing we call "luck," or to.our own blindness to opportunity. The mort successful men of the age rtscribe their successes to their practice of taking advantage of opportunities, nd it would seem that herein lies the key. The prosperity of any community de pends very largely, upon the same ele ments as those which make for personal successes. The natural advantages of a i;iven section niaj , many times, be vast ly superior to those of another ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 March 1906

KANSAS GSTY. TH1 WKKK'S TRADC BCPORTCD BY CLAY. BOBINGON, A COMPANY, LIVE STUCK OWMMIOBION MBftCHANTS. OPPIOKt AT OHtOAQO, KANSAS 01 TV, OMAHA, SIOUX OITY. BT JOCEFH AND DENVfifl. j KANrtAS City, Mar. 5, 1906. 1 Receipts of cattle Monday were 9243. Trnde was active and prices strong for (nil offering. Receipts today were l 0,200, For beef steers the dettiatul was (active and prices ruled steady to 10c (higher. Cows and heifers also gained )'5 to 10c while Blockers and feeders ruled strong to 10c higher. The following table gives prices now ruling: Extra prune cornfed steers. 5.1O to 5.60 lioocl A.m to 5.10 Ordinary 4.00 to 4.60 Choice cornfed heifers 4.50 to 5.00 Good 3.50 to 4.00 Medium 2.7.S to 3.10 Choice cornfed cows 3.50 to 4.00 Good. 3.00 to 3 50 Medium 3.50 to 3.00 Can hers 1.50 to 2.25 Choice stags 3.75 to 4.00 Choice fed bulls 3.00 to 4.OO Gouxl 2.7a to 3.25 Boljogna nulls 2.25 to 2.75 Veil calves .- 5.50 to 7.75 Gclod to choice native or 'western stockcrs 3.75 to eir 3.25 ...

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

'fa' "J- 9 IMPRESSED WITH WESTERN CANADA. 'Sya Our Prairies Will Be billed Up in Ttn Years. L. A. Btockwell, o( Indianapolis, a' United states land man who mr.de an extensive tour of Inspection In the west, wroto the following article un der date of Jan. 8, for an Indiana pub lication: "States." In this letter I proposo to show by extracts from my note book that thousands who have come up hero from the, "States" have succeeded far beyond their most sanguine expecta tions. Mr. N. E. Ueaumunk, of Brazil, In diana, was earning $100.00 per month with a coal company. At about the go of 40 bo had saved about $3,000. four years ago he landed near Hantey, tiask. He now owns 480 acres of land. Last fall (1905) he threshed 4,700 bush els of wheat and 3,100 bushels of oats. JUs wheat alone brought htm over 44,000, which would have paid for the -acres that It grow on. He la to-day Worth $15,000. This Is Making Money Fast. In Feb., 1902, J. Q. Smith &, Bro. were weavers In a big cotton mill ...

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

f I FEEDING FOR MILK. Maits to Bt Observed in Getting the Btt Besulti During the Winter. Taking It tor granted that the dairyman has warm and comfortable Ivlntur quarters for bin tnllrh cows, a itood flow of milk Is readily producod (with proper feed and management. If the furnicr has corn silage, he laablo tip put up the best uud cliuapust dairy ration obtainable. Wo feed cows on fjiill ilow of milk from 20 to 25 tK)iind3 cjf sliago twice a day, morning and night. At noon, bright, clean clover or inlllut hay is given, in such quantities a's will bo eaten up clean. About t,hrec pounds of bran ls given with tfilago to those on full How of milk, Whllo others receive proportionately lss. Tho feeder must constantly 'Watch his animals, as to how they ro r.pond to liberal feeding, and vary hla Jmethods with different animals, says ihe farmers' Keview. With Biiago hat has an abundance of corn In It there is no need of feeding ground corn. , Salt, the cows about every other day, Riving n sm...

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

Dissolution Notice. The linn of Tillman V Duff, pro wietors of the Morgan County Demo ,crat, has been dissolved by mutual i .consent, I). I). Muff having retired and his interest in the Democrat, the business, the printing plant, good will and cvciylhing pertaining thereto having been purchased by II. F. Tillman, who by the terms of sale be comes sole owner. All firm indebt edness is assumed by the new owner. All outstanding account being due and payable to him; anil nil firm con tracts so far as the Democrat is con cerned will be carried out by him. The business in the future will be conducted by Mr. Tillman to the best of his ability with the hope that past appreciative patronage may ex tend to the Democrat under his guidance and new patrons and friends be enrolled. Respectfully, II. F. TlU.MAN, D. D. Dur. larch fi, IflOO. Purchased Hie "Wolf Den." The lead mining property known as the "Wolf Den" prospect south west of Versailles has been purchased by the Wisconsin Mining Company,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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