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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 April 1909

SMALL RESULTS FROM LAW MAKERS ONLY ONE OR TWO MEASURES AFFECTING THE WHOLE STATE HAVE BEEN PAS8ED. GOVERNOR HADLEY AGGRIEVED Declares It to Be a "Do Nothing Leg islature" Durlnn 110 Day Set tlor! 2,000 Bills Were Intro duced and 20 Pais. Jefferson City. Governor I lad li'y'H Intimation tliat the prcHcnt gen crnl aHHi'inlilv will Imi dcHlgniitod hy tli(! people iih a "donothlng leglida tnii'" Iiiim cmpluial.cd Ilic fact that allien (In- H'-Hblfin opened, 1 1() daya iiko, only one or two lawn arTcctlng t In- ru tin; Mint!- have been enacted. Tliey an-: County HiipervlHlnn of public. kcIiooIh ami a law icijiiIiIhk I lie ex amlnatlon and icghitintlnn of tinlm-d niiihi'M. Of tin; other IH paHrfcd there In iicarcely one of more than piiHHing local IntereHt. Tin1 Important revenue meaintreH, home tale le;;lHlatlon for the largo rlt l''H, the hill to create ;i Htalo utllltleil coinmlHHlon and other prcxHlm; mat tciH ate Ktlll under coiiHlilcrnilnn. To dali', the Forty llflX (ioneial Ah aeni...

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. — 29 April 1909

The Republican, (SucceMor to Tux Democrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in the Pott Office at Versailles Missouri as second class, 'mail nutter. Subscription Price, 9nla Ver' Advertising Rates. Display advertising-, bjrths jrssr. lo.vrif four Inches or more. SKe. tMr Inch esih. Issor. Pfoffnlonl esrdi, one fiitb,5fl 'cents )er month; two Inches, tj cems ntr tnonin. IcaU fie or over, j cent per line for fl Insertion; Hie. ptt line for etch ubf)Uiil insertion, in mck irp? ly.cems jr imcior nt insertion, 5 ctnts;pe,r line,, Tor, each, uibsc; uint InMttfon. legal advertising si legal, rales. Apeclal rales on pax advertisements. - - T 1 k r The newspapers build your town. Why not help build up the news papers? Tljcre hi no better adver tisement for a town than a good news paper. A newspaper is the barome ter of the town's industries. Show us a newspaper full of advertising and we wilt show you a good town full of live merchants. Missouri Democrat. Warsaw is keeping well up in the ...

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. — 29 April 1909

"1 4 H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Rl4nc 'PbOM OlllM 'Phot 74. LOCAL NEWS. Dr. J. L. Short.' Eye, Ear and Throat Specialist, will be at hit home n Venailles, May 10th, to treat patients in hit line until June 1. Mn. W. W. Webiter, of Gravoii Mills, who had recently recovered from a lick spell, had a relapse Sun day after returning from church, and was reported seriously ill. Ed Nelson, of the Nelson-Wilson Furniture Co., got in Tuesday morn ing from a business trip to St. Louis Eupion Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the incubator. 5 gallons for 00 cents, at E. A. Wil liams The price of wheat is going down nicely since the gambling combine was broken, now when will the price of flour start, flown again? Eg-firs! Efirffsl! Eggl!!! Try fresh ground bone and watch the increase in the amount ol eggs "Vc have also chick feed and grits. C. H. PKIC'EH, The Butcher and Grocer. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. John Eph land, Friday morning, April 23rd, ; bouncing baby boy. Mother and babe ...

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. — 29 April 1909

m (sTSCAPM -v i M l A POST MARim ROMANCE BY CYHUS ,az id r?ATom sy PAY WALTERS (COPRIGHT, 90B Of W O CHAPMAN) 8YN0PSIS. The lrnpaJ oynt, not In thi ro mmim pni "illriK nil- innrrlnKi of niln Slocum, Puritan mind, ami I.onl (Uir rlniMofi of KnitMiul. but In tliclr llfo nfter MttlltiK In IviikIhikI. TIip HCfrin I place!, Juki followliiK lh revolution, In CarrlnK ton entitle In Knglninl. The CnrrlnKtonn, ftnr n liouno party, cngnsel In n family tilt, rniicp(J ty Jcalomy. Tim ntjnntlnnn of I.onl Carrlniitrni to Iidy Oclly and Lord Htratlicfit)' to I.uly rnrrlnuton rom-tn-llcd the InttiT to vow that h would leave tho caMle. I'repnrlnK to floe, Iidy CarrlnRton rind lnr ilium Deborah, un .American itlrl, met Lord RtrntliKnte t two h, m., ho iwHng to nee thin iafily nvnv. He iittemjm-il to tukn her to bin culle, but she left blm tunnd In thu road when Hie lurrlnKo met with nn nc clilent, She and In-hMo then Mruck out for I'ortumoiith, whfru she Inlfindeil to nll for America. Hearing new of ...

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. — 29 April 1909

MISSOURI NEWS Wettern Culture In Heels. Kansas City. J. M. Greenwood, su perintendent of schoola In Kansas City, "handed something" to tho unU versllleB of Kansas, and Missouri la speaking to tho teachers of tho North east Kansas association In Kansas City, Kas. Here It Is ub it camo from Mr, Greenwood; "Should you go to Boston," he .said, "you would bo led to , bollevo that culture was confined chiefly to domestic ncfenco and man ual training. Hut should you jyi,JLo tho University of Missouri or flic Unl-' verslty of Kansas' you would be apt to believe that there is littlo culture ex cept of the heels and lungs. One Dead, Two Hurt In Mine. Joplln. Two men were; crushed to deuth, two others badly Injured and the fifth entombed beneath 20 feet of rock whcn-ti drift In the M. & I). mine, on the Church-Mitchell luud, at Dunowcg, flvojDlles east of Joplln, cuved in. The dead: George Henuett, Blnglc, Bhovelcr; George Kvanu, mar ried .asslBtunt ground boss. The in jured: James It. Jon...

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. — 29 April 1909

DIRECTORY. Time or aouras cam. Otrralt riwrt-' Heater In ASTll eA4 U eton--a in Assart sad Deeesibsr. FrotwU court-and Monday In rebruar, Ma and . WeTsabr, s4 lib Monday In Aoturt. Cmnlf roort-Flrat Hondir In febinarr, ete Aotfaal end Nowmber. raesMlfiv.'sdce JohnlMtldwell Judas let Mflrlct Tbotnaar". O'Nral Jodie 3nd Mat rift ' Wa. 0. Tactmefer .Judse of frobal Bart E. Kellle UrcvH Clerk end eeorer WlMtoy C.Tbomu 4aol7 Clerk lrosoeiiUi; Aftorew Treasurer iVimoer Puktte adlnlnletretor twrrerer UR.-M. Llfeee? Cbtrle 11. OondaMa John A. tlannaj Fred MOtiaeeS I, M. rfcbanrxip , ijnbn A.Bradeo F. N. Kepler fa. S. MnoM TSMirLLta OtTY OWOIiM. u..or r.B.Bitttem kmi. Clerk J.W.JIrtHeltand Clly AtWjrwr 'Il.V. Lley City TruMurof Trie Jonee . Ollynl witlUm Dwy Jlf oltr meetlnire ol city council srerj let end Ird 'Vondsj nlirtito. HoutkTtM. A. T. A A. ef.-Veraetll-e Ixlff. No. 117. regular cnmmuiilMiUim Hi tatandSrd Friday olyuU each re with. Vlaltlutf brett-reo Jnetwa -arid cordially . wnlcofi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 May 1909

-3Sc ' Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. , Tenth Year. Versailles, MoM Thursday Morning, May 6, 1909. No. 16. Scattered Items. Joe Rldler and family visited hit moth' 'cr at Jim Oatcllff ' last Sunday. The friend and relatives of Grandma Sanford have our sympathies in their loss. A large congregation met at I lope -'"well church Sunday. They had two -sermons and dinner on the ground. Mist Laura Williams opened the "spring term of school at Sunny Side and Is making fine progress with the pupils in attendance. T. M. Hunter left this week to join Ilia wife, who is visiting relatives and friends in her girlhood home. They will be 'gone several months perhaps. Tine Manning, of near Olean, died last week, and win buried at the Manning cemetery. He was a brother to Dr. 'Manning, formerly of Versailles. Mm, Sparks, of near Hardy, Arkansas, 'Came in Sunday for a visit with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Michaels, of Until. tihe ha...

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. — 6 May 1909

Morgan County Repnblicao. W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI. April slioworH al8o bring wot feet. Wo close theutors when .they arc de clared unsafe, hut not schoolhouscs. Woman generally gets what fiho wants whuther It he an Easter hat or tho ballot. Quarrels over street paving con tractu will not help Haltlmore to get rid of Its cobblestones. Milwaukee In making Icbb beer than formerly, hut It Is large enough now to be fainoiiH on its own account. There la no other stealing so cruel as stealing children, and, un fortunately, none that seems to he lens profitable. All's not Ko hetene on tho Danube, at the very latest accounts hut Servla Rtlll retains a fair stock of tho Instinct of self-preservation. If old man Satan ever finds It nec essary to move his headquarters ho may be expected to choose Pittsburg, without a moment's hesitation. A South Carolina negro has boon Jailed for cruelly to anlmnlH because ho twisted a mule's tall. He ought to have got a Carnegie medal. A ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 May 1909

INFINITE hr HAND WhlTWCK, ILL USTRATIONS CQPYOICHT 1907 Bf DDoSS'tKRPILt Cid V V ' v CHAPTER I. Amelia came running eagerly down the wide stairs, and though sho was smiling with the Joy of Vernon's com Ing, Hhe stopped on tho bottom stop long enough to shake out tho skirt of tho now spring gown she wore, with ii manner that told she hnd it on that evening for tho first time. Vernon hastened to mret her, nnd It was not until he hnd kissed her and released her from his ombrnce that she saw tho i1resBlng-cnse ho hnd set down In the hall. "What's thnt for?" she naked In nlnrm. Her bttillc faded suddenly, leav ing her faee wholly serious. "I have to bo bark to-night," ho re plied, almost guiltily, "To-night!" "Yes; I must bo in Springfield in tho morning." "Hut what about, the dinner?" "Well," he began, helplessly, "I guess you'll havo to get somebody In my place." Amelia stopped and looked nt him in amazement. "I thought the senate never met Mondnyu until live o'clock in tho after noon?...

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. — 6 May 1909

The Republican, ' 4 (.Successor to Tub Democrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in tlie Tost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter Subscription Price ft.OO a Year FhoD No. 105. Advertising Rates. Display lverlllNK, liytlie year, to avenge our Inches or more, H'Ac per Inch each iMiie, l'rofcailonal cnnls, one inch, SO cent per month ; two Inchex, "5 cenU per month. IjcaU-five tlnei, or over, 5 cents pr. line for rl lincitlon; JHc per line for each sutMequent 'iikeitlou. In liUc tyiJ 10 cents-per Hue fur irat insertion, S cent per Hue for each suW Client Insertion. X.eKa advertMiiK nt leKal rates. special rate on page lvertiscmrnts. When you hear a man sneering at the local paper because it is not big, cheap and newsy as the city papers, you can bet he does not squander any of his wealth in assisting to make it better and that generally the paper has done more for him than he has (or it. The man who cannot see the benefit arising from a. local news paper is a...

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. — 6 May 1909

0 m I m H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. P Olltt 'Phon Residence 'Phone 89. ni. LOCAL NEWS. 2 ...,....: Go to IC. A. Williams (or Bananas and Oranges. Straw hats and ice cream coats arc tbout ripe, but be sure you don't pull 'em too soon. Eupion Oil is the best (or all pur poses, especially the incubator, 5 gallons for 90 cents, at E. A. Wil liams'. J. W. McClelland left Monday morning on the 4 o'clock Rock Is land for the west on a business trip, returning Wednesday. Regular communication of Ver sailles Jidge No. 117, A. F. & A. M., Friday night, May 7th, and work in the M. M. degree. All members should be present. Just Received A Car Iad Of Fresh Ground KNOBNOSTER FLOUR, BRAN AND SHIPSTUFF, The Best on the Market. All Orders Will Receive Prompt At tcntion, and Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone No. 34. Cnll Us Up. W. E. WILLSON. Saturday Harket The ladies of the Presbyterian Church will hold a Saturday Market at the Grocery Store of C. H. Price and sell you good things for Sunday See...

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. — 6 May 1909

ENEMIES or w HOLD A CONGRESS SECOND NATIONAL PEACE CON FERENCE IN CHICAGO. t r EMINENT MEN ARE PRESENT Statesmen, Diplomat and Political Economists Assemble and Discuss the Final Elimination of Armed Conflicts. Chicago. The sessions of tho sec ond National Poaco Congress, which opened In Orchestra hall Monday aft ernoon, attracted to Chicago many thousand earnest enemies of war, imong them being many distinguished Etr.tesmcn, cllplomnts and political economists. President Toft Is tho honorary president of the congress, and Secretary of War Jacob M. Dick inson Is its active president, but neith er of these gentlemen was able to bo present, owing to their official du ties. However, thero was no lack of eminent men to preside over the ses sions. Ah a prollmlnnry to tho congress, special peace services were hold In many Chicago churches Sunday morn ing, poaco meetings arranged by labor and socialist organizations were held In tho afternoon, and In tho evening I here was a big mass meeti...

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. — 6 May 1909

I MISSOURI NEWS O. H. P. Catron It Dead. West I'lnliB. Col. O. II. P. Catron, banker, capitalist una prominent cx Confederate veteran, died In this city last night after eight days' Illness from pneumonia. Ho left only one child Leo M. Catron, cashier of tho First National bank of this city with whom ho made his home. Ills wife died several yenrs ngo of pneumonia also. Ho had four brothers all of whom aerved In tho Confederate army. One brother and nn only Bister were at his bedside when he died. St. James Opera House Burns. St. James. Tho St. James opera house wna destroyed by fire. This removes one of the old landmarks of St. James, which was built by William James about sixty years ago About fifteen years ago It was pur chased by tho Odd Follows and was remodeled and the upper part was used as a lodge hall ami the lowci part as on opera house. D, J. White bought It three years ago. The loss Is estimated at $2,000. Urges River Navigation, St. Joseph. Speaking on the pres ent agita...

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. — 6 May 1909

DIRECTORY. TiHKnor aoMinio coot. Circuit court 3rd MonfU In April and 2ml Mori la In AiiKurt find Deeember. rrnliM court-2nd MonCay In February, May and Knvraiher, unit 4lli Kondaj In AuauM. Conntr eotirt-Flrat Monday In rebruarr, May, Augnit and Norrmber. Mo'in Cotmn OrMMM. Vtmldlnir Judge ' Joton D. KMwt-tl JudK lat lltetrltt ' Tljomaa V. O'Neal Jarlgoind Dlrtrlri Wm. 0. TaVrfawrM Judge of froliaU; v Itarrar K. NyI1I Circuit 0It and Beeordtr Wenlajr C.Thnmaa Count Clerk Irwl Lumped rrirtucutlna- Atvnixflr rt. M. Lima? Phftlff - - Cbarlea II. flood ma Cntlactor 1 John A. Ilanna AHMOanr Fred Monaaaa Treiuurcr I, M. Hchannep vrrmr Jnlin A.Braden public AdinltiHrator K. N. Naplr Nirtfr 1 v Win, II. Htevanaon Tiuiiud Citt Omenta, or y- Harrison !!t Clark J. W. MrCIHlanrl Clly Attornr It- M. Urmj OHylri-iKurer rrtcoJonra (Mr Mmhi.! William Durj ItruulirnwtlnKit ol fit enunell ever Irt and 3rd Miui.1i ntfrlit. KociaTiEa. A.T. & A, M. -Yerwilllea Lodee, No. 117. regular rtiiuuitinlcaU...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 May 1909

Republi Morgan County can. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, 'REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. ?enth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, May 13, 1909. No. 17. Scattered ltetni. Boie Brown and wife visited and did business In Harnett Monday. Mm. nvbee's babv has been seriously I jll of the whoopinj? cough for some time put but is improving. W. T. Irev. of Aklusville, was doing Versailles Monday. RussAkins, of Enid, delivered hogs Monday to Hughes and McDonald. A cattle man of Marshall, Mo., was In the east end Monday and Tuesday look ing ut fat cattle and other stock. Pete McDonough, Sid SpurlocV'a eJurteouslerk, went home Tuesday on a vacation, will be back at his post next t l'rlday. ' Will Collier of South Morgan, waU trading in Versailles Tuesday. April 24th was I'rank Clifton's birth dwf,iU life friends -gave him a genuine 'aUrprise. Plenty of music 'arid refresh menu were the order of the evening. All had a good time. Theyoiingfolks from far and near met "atAsa:Ivys...

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. — 13 May 1909

Morgan County Republican. -W. W. KINLOCri, Publisher. VERSAILLES. MISSOURI. Europeans tuny soon develop Inlo a race Willi eyes In ilio tops of tl.elr heads If Zeppelin keeps on Hying around, II Is ngnlir denied In Berlin that Prince Kite) Frledrlch In to come over lo Mnrbleheud HiIh Hiimiuur. Wo'ro sorry for the prince. Exploter Urni'Hi DoKoven LoflltV well will leave Seattle Mny 1 for arc He Alaska, iIiiih cleverly escaping the peills of moving day. A London tnan who Blurted In llfo nR a Juggler died recently, worth $75, 000,001). Evidently he turned out to he u Juggler of finance. Lumber Is becoming ho high prlcnd that the man who discusses polities In the corner grocery Htorc ennnot nfford to whlltle while he talks. No innller what the uncertainly con cerning (he advent of spring, there Is none whatsoever about the advent of the spilng Henson for fish lies. They construct dwellings out of blocks of building ghiHa In Silesia, but they seem iiolld enough bo people who live In them ...

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. — 13 May 1909

lNfIMT0 BKJD WhlTW)CK ILLUSTRATIONS ZOPYPlCHi t?07. BT PBOmSTtCFPtLL V V -" TZJV aHT Ml I V urn m cHIMMM SUM V that Its other sldo wns engraved, and lio rend: MAniA nuM3Y (jiii:i:nr Attorney and Couiwlor nt l.nw. Tlio ltnnkery Chicago SYNOPSIS. Bcnntor Mnrley Vernon's visit with Ills flaneep was Interrupted by 11 cull from IllR political bCISH lit till) St.'! If I'llpitlll. Hotli regretted It. the Klrl mora tliuti lir. beentise she hud arramrcil to attend it dinner Hint eviVilnj; with lilni. Sho said lie yeurncd for n national olllrc for lilni. CHAPTER II. When Vernon went Into the senate that Tuesday morning and saw the red roso lying on Ills desk he smiled, and picking It up, raised It eagerly to his face. Hut when he glanced ahout tho chamber and saw that n rose lay on every other desk, his smile was suddenly lost In a Blare of amazement. Once or twice, perhaps,, flowery had been placed by constituents on tho desks of certain senators, but never had a floral distribution, nt onru...

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. — 13 May 1909

The Republican, (Successor to Thk Dp.mockaT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. K'.ttercd in the Post Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Subscription I'rice, $1.00 a Year. Phone No. 133. Advertising Kates. Dipla .idvpiti- i R. liytlie ytr. to average ijrlncliMor iii.'-c Deeper inch each imc. l'nfrs-.lonal ca.'N. one iuch, .VI cent per mniilh.two inrlip- Tt, cuiKpcr moiilti. locals-five lln-s or over, scents per line for lirt imcitloti. per line fur each ulncrient fn.citloii In lil i' k type Ifl cents per line for first liiHerllun cut, per line for each sutiw Mi'iit Insertion i.rg.il ailvettiHiR at legal rates. Special tales on pane advertisements, It is expected that the Missouri ogislalurc will adjourn next Monday or boon thereafter. What has it done? Wowed in about a half mil lion dollars of. the taxpayer's hard earned cash, and the state would be better off if the legislators had been paid double the amount the day be fore the legislature met, and kept at home. ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 May 1909

Public Benefit Sale tit! r VERAILLE HAS HAD ALL KINDS OF SALES. This sale is for the benefit of the Public who wants to purchase the Best Merchandise money will buy, a straight deal without FRIZ or FRAZZLES. We quote you only a few of our Good Things -Real Bargains:; Men and Boy's Clothing Do you want the best Suit money will buy? then see us before you- purchase. Our Cloth ing is simply elegant for color, make-up and style. We have just purchased several lots of Men's and Boy's Clothing, and at greatly re duced prices, which enables us to make yc?u some very low figures. Men's Suits $55, 8, 10, 12.50 and $15.00 Young Men's Suits from $5 to $12.00 Boys, 1 to 8, $1 to $3.50 Boy's Knickerbockers, all wool, 10 to 16 vears, $3.50 to $6.00 Our Shoes for Men are made by Brown Shoe Co., Wertheim- er-Schwartz Shoe Co. ana W. L. Douglas These names are a guarantee for quality. Vici, patent leather, tans, oxbloods, box and valure calf from $1.50 to $4.00 Silks Here we offer, you a: very large...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 May 1909

m RIDERJUPJO HOUSE AMENDMENT MAKE8 LAW EFFEC TIVE AS SOON A8 ADOPTED BY THE PEOPLE. HOW THE SENATE VOTED ON TWO DIQ QUESTIONS. For the Amendment. Kiiinr. County. Ilhtrlct. Alio Miller S7 Anthony OiIht 11 Month Dullim 1!) Ilruillry HI. KninrnlH "i lliifnnl lti-ynoliln lm ! Mi I nt; l.arnyi-tto 17 I Kin Is Oregon 22 Imwi-ll Lewis 12 Drum-it Montgomery 10 UhiIh DmvIokk 8 I'I'IiU I.lnn fl 'irliiii'H Jinny is 'Hull J'ettlx IS Windmill I.IvIukmIoii 4 llmuplircyM Klulhy i) lini- Illil-y 21 'McAIIIHcr Monro'! 1.1 Mrluvld flri'i-nn " MiiJ'ir Howard It Dliver 1'i'Mllnrnt 2.1 W'.cl. Atrhlnou 1 Tntnl. 2.1. Against the Amendment. Name. County. District. Wlrogiii SI. I.oulx l.'lty 21 'I'nifv JackKon r '(iiuilni r HI. I.ouIm 2.i 'Uri'i iM' Jackson 7 Mvliiin-y Si Luiilii City .11 'Ivioni' SI LouIm City 2!i '.Mayer Iluchntinn 2 Mi'llinily SI 1-otlln City 20 Total, -S. Not Recorded on Amendment. Name County. DMrlrt. Wi I.IIIK lllKpi-r 2K 'I'll lllll-IKHMl ... SI I.oiiIm C'lly .12 Volfil fur 1 1 tax r...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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