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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 March 1906

Missouri Pacllic Time Card. SOUTHBOUND. No, tijf Arrives at 10:30 a m No. 630 at i. 1:20pm NORTHBOUND. No. O36 leaves Versailles 10:50 a bi arrives at Tipton 11 :50 a m " St. Louis.... 4:50 pm " Kansas City. 5:15 p m No. 638, leavts Versailles 1:45 p nt arrives at Tipton 2:55 p nt Kansas City. 9:50 p m " St. Louis.... 10:50 pm NOTICE Of Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby given that there will he a meeting of the stockholders of the Versailles Handle Factory at The Rank of Versailles, Tuesday, May 22, 1906, at o'clock p. m. l'or the purpose of voting on a propo sition to increase the capital stock from three thousand dollars to six thousand dollars. All stockholders will take no tice. IJ. D. Harrison, I C. TllOKPIt, W11.1, L. Sthphhns, I. H. ANTWKll.liU, W. S. Bkahi), Directors. Versailles, Mo., March 15, 1905. Get This Beautiful Colored Picture Free. Splendid Reproduction In Sixteen Tint of a Celebrated Painting. I, very person who sends Owe Dollar to pay for a year's subscript...

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. — 30 March 1906

DISCOURAGED INVENTOR. He Had n Unique Device, But Ther Was n Serious lmw bncfc to It. t tin tun vnnu utnnnnnt nfino rnum nwauuni. frrimrlnn; till- Ihe ill rllct. Viojinratlotr- nro liclns mmlo by both n porn tore ntul minors nil over tlie southwest In nnilclpntlon of the rvciU i'oal strike Atn II 1. Tho mrrtbants of Jtlch Mill ami mljolnlnn coal camps liavo bfon romnlalnlnj? for two months about poor business. Tim minors are all exporting to strike, and are savins every cont thoy make with tho excop. lion of the little spent for Rroeorles. Tho operators, on the other hand, are' innnlng their mines oh full time, min ing and stoilnp all the coal possible. Sllirr I'oiind INi-nr .prlnRfli-lil. Silver has been discovert d In paying nuantltles in the hills near Valley Mills, throe miles northeast ol Spring field, arcordins to a report made by V. 1). Halloj of Oakland, Oal., a former United States assnyor. The white me tal is In quantities that will realize 51,700 to tho ton. Tho same mine...

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. — 30 March 1906

IF AID TO HOSTESS ItTOOESTlONB FOR KOVET. AND PLEASING ENTEETAINMENTS. ft. Nut Party May Be Made Vry Amusing At ft Reunion a Scotch English Luncheon Served Old Fashioned Party. A Nut Party. If your invitations can be deliv ered by personal messenger they may 6e written on a narrow strip of pa per, inclosed in n walnut shell, tied with ribbon, and thus used to notify your guests of the "Nut Party." When ail have arrived pass papers with 'nuts to crack" written on tbem and give 20 minutes to guess the following questions: 1. What nut is a beverage? 2. What nut would be of use in the dark? 3. What nut is a vegetable? 4. What nut grows on the feet? ). What nut is part of the house? I . IW1IHL 11111. IH 1L 1I1I1I11L1 . 1 W1111I. 11111 HllL:iII!NiH H Kin : ii 'i. .. i a i .. .. r 'i fi. What nut is a girl's name? 9. What nut Is an animal? 10. What nut begins a Mother 11. What nut combines two ab breviations of boys' names? KEY. 1. Cocoonut; 2. Candle nut: 3. Pea nut: 4. Acorn: 5. Walnut; ...

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. — 30 March 1906

A Penny for Your Thoughts Isn't much and may save you a lot of dollars. If you arc thinking about buying a Disinfectant to kill germs and microbes we can interest you, it good goods and low prices will do it. We arc get ting fresh Drugs daily and can give you assortment as well as standard goods. Muntzel Drug Co For City Collector. We arc authorized to announce George Decker as n candidate for the office of City Collector, mbject to the will of the voteis of the City of Versailles. Klec tion, Tuesday, April 3d, I'XXj. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. of Sec Carl W. Biersach's adv Spring supplies on first page. Ben Goodman came down from Sedalia Tuesday night and will go from' here to visit home folks near Florence. SUMMER RESORT NEAR TOWN. A Number of Kansas City People Will Build Cottages on the Little Qravols and Live There. Do von want to see all of the late styles of hats for men, in colors and wjt, Cvcrthing convenient. Oeorgc H. Johnston, a member of the Kansas City Nursery Company, accompan...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 April 1906

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, April 6, 1906. No. 14. His Bank of Versailles Condensed official statement of the condition of The Bank of Versailles at the close of business, March 20th, 1906 : UF.SOUHCKS. Loans ami Discounts 6180,291.73 Real Fstate, Furniture and Fixtures 7,070.08 Cash and Sight F.xchange G7,285.5;j I 201,250.01 I.lAUIUTil-S. Capital Stock fully paid ' ,'30,000.00 Permanent Surplus 20,000.00 Net Undivided Profits 7,102.20 Reserved for Dividend 2,400.00 Hills Payables 11,500.00 Deposits 10:3,25!. 08 201,250.01 The officers and Directors of this Hank solicit the accounts of Indi viduals, Firms, Corporations and Hanks, and offer every accommoda tion to its patrons consistent with safe banking. Our Hanking connections are the strongest and most conservative in the state, and we arc at all times prepared .to meet every demand. Our depositors are protected wi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 April 1906

The Democrat. nr ti. r. tim-man. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI. The Irish linen industry Is booming as It has not flourished In yearn, large ly on the expanding exports to the United Stains. During the fiscal year ended Juno 50, 1905, the bureau of engraving and printing hnd Issued to the post office, end the post office lind disposed of the whole Issue, 0,000,000,000 postage elamps. Cotton was kltr; In ISO." a record year for the production, and n spec tacular year In speculation. The totnl crop of the, season was 111,550,000 dales. American spinners tool? 4,5!0, I'OO bales and S,SS7,000 bales were ex ported. The largest nugget of gold ever found of which tln'ic is any record vas taken out of the Byer nnd Ham ilton Mine. Illll Hnd, New South Wales, May 10, 1S72. It, was found at a .tepth of 2."0 feet embedded In a thick wall of blue slate. It was 57 Inches long, 10 Inches wide and about 4 Inch' ff. in thickness, and weighed 010 pounds. It was valued nt $218,000. During the last joar the Uni...

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. — 6 April 1906

PECK'S BAD BOY WITH THE CIRCUS By HON. OEOEOE W. PECI Author of "Pek' Bid Bar Abroad," Etc lUopirlChl lif i. B. BaiiM. The Bad Boy and Hii Pa Inject Little Politics Into the Show Rival Bands of Atlanta Citizens Mett in the Circus Tent A Bunch of Angry Hornets Causes Much Bitter Feeling. I expect that next ytr I shall be one of the managers of this show, 'cause ihey tell me I havo cot the greatest head of any boy that nas ever traveled with the show. Wo haven't been hiving a very big btndness In the south, because the ne groes haven't money enough to patron ize shows, and a lot of the white poo 2'lc are cither too high-toned or else they are politicians a'ld want a pass. The managers and heads of depart ments held a meeting to devise some aj to get both classy Interested, nnd everybody was asked to state their views . After they &11 got through talking pa asked me what I thought vould bo tlio best way to get the peo ple excited about show, and I told him there was no way except t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 April 1906

OSSSSSSSSii The Democrat. By H. F. TILLMAN. billeted 111 till- Post Officii at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Democratic Central Committee. In pursuance of a call of the State I lemocratit Central Committee, I now call the Democratic Central Committee ot Morgan County, Mo., to meet in Versailles, on Wednesday, the ISth day of April, JflOO. at 1 -.30 . m., for the purpose of fixing dates .md manner of selecting delegates to ittend the Stale Convention to lie ln-ld in Jefferson City June 5th, and delegates to the Judicial Convention 1. 1 lie held at Kcelsior Springs on May 22ml. 190(3. Kach committee man is requested to consult his con si itucnts as to manner an time of put i ng our eountv ticket before the peo ple of Morgan Comm. A full at : -ndanre is requested. Ily order of Chairman Democratic ( Antral Committee. T. d. Snoki.k nn, Chairman. (.. W. C.VA.'.U'ai. Sec'y. Grafters arc said to lie robbing Cherokee Indians ol valuable oil iuids. And graders in the Inter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 April 1906

Wall Paper! Wall Paper! Now is the time to begin to think about papering that room of yours, and don't forget that I have the latest styles in Wall Paper that are out for -this season and the largest stock that has ever been shown in Versailles and the prices are the lowest to be had. yBSm GARDEN TOOLS. It is now time to begin to get your Garden Toots ready to make your garden. When you get ready for them I have the best garden tools manufactured and I have the best prices to be had. We HandleTKeBest Bicycle That is on the market. Hoys and girls when you want a Bicycle come in and look at our line and get our prices. We carry the only line of Ilicyclu Supplies to be had in the city, anything in this line you may desire at our store. BICYCLES You can get FISHING TACKlsE We have this Year added to our Line of Goods A fine line of Fishing Tackle, anything the fisherman may desire in this line. And don't forget that we carry anything you may desire in the Stove line, Hard ware, Tin and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 April 1906

A COLD BROUGHT IT OR. jfjerers Congestion of the Kidneys Cured by Doaa'a Kidney Pills. . Biclinnl M. Pearce, a prominent btisl mess mnn of 231 So. Orange St., Ninvnrlt, N. .1., Miys; " Working nights during ttul weather brought on a heavy cold, Bulling of the limbs and pain in tho back and kidneys, ficrera congestion of the klil neys followed. lit Hides the tcrritlc ach ing there were whirl ing headaches, and I became exceedingly weak. My doctor could not help me, and I turned to Ooan's Kidney I'ilU, with the resnlt that the kidney congestion disappeared, and, with it, all tho other symptoms. What is more, the cure has lasted for eight years." Sold by nil dealers. CO cents n box. Fostei-Milburii Co., Huffalo, S. Y. PARKER'S HEADACHE POWDERS QUICKLY CURE HEADACHE, NEURALGIA AND FEVERS. PricttOc. Thousands use end indorse them 'Ccj.ntain No Nauiuiiuh. Bold toe twonty ysirs. TRADE REPORTS OF CONSULS. The Australian duty on 'American harvesters has been definitely fixed ;it S31S.32, wri...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 April 1906

HAY BARRACK. ! How the Old-Fashion ed Covering for the Stack Is Constructed Fix ing Shelter for Cattle. The old-fashioned hay barrack ii built 20 feet square, says the Country Gentleman. Insert four posts of dura ble timber, 22 feet long, lu the ground j to a depth of four feet. Stick should square nt least elsht Inches, corners i hewn off, making it a rough octagon . in shape. Uoro 114-Inch holes through corners of each post, one foot apart for (he bolts that support the roof; bolts of' lVHnclr Iron, one foot long, the outer four Incite to be squared THU HAY 1SAHHACK. end turned up one Inch; on this la laid a piece o joist three feet long (hardly shown in cut), to support the roof. Roof should run to a point from each side, and may be shingled, tinned or thatched. There arc four plates framed together, and braced. Tho posts pas3 up through tho. roof on tho inside corners of the plates. The roof Is elevated and. lowered with a small (screw of wood or Iron, about two feet long. A woo...

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. — 6 April 1906

- - r"-fc ADDITIONAL LOCAL. TUESDAY'S ELECTIONS. . . . II! 5 . Ocli, arc you hurt? Then trade where you will be treated right and you will nop squealing. Mason & Pmcn. Home of the street in Jefferson City ,iie said to be fine, but you've got to go through some two foot of mini to to get to them. ,- i i '. ..f..... .i.,h, ,,.;n lO IIIIO illMV UJli:jl . initial m i.hange hands in a moiitn Waller Williams of the Columbia Herald attached a shipping tag to one March 21 and deposited it in a local bank. Kveryonc receiving the dollar is asked to bign his name and keep it mming. Things are never so bail but what they might be worse. We have thought the condition of our roads something "fierce," but in Saline county, within fifteen miles of Mar shall, scores of fanners' families have been on the verge of starvation, by reason of the roads being so bad, it lias been impossible to get to towns to procure food. lona Independent. Chairman T. (1. Snorgrass, through Secretary ('. W. Kavanaugh,...

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. — 13 April 1906

Morgan County Democrat CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh tsar. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, April 13, ' 1906. tfo. 15. Bank of Versailles Condensed official statement of the condition of The Bank of Versailles at the close of business, March 20th, 1906: RESOURCES. Loans and Discount! $188,201.73 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures. 7,670.68 Cash and Sight Exchange.'. 67,285.53 264,256.04 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock (ally paid S30.000.00 Permanent Surplus 20,000.00 Net Undivided Profits 7,102.26 Reserved for Dividend 2,400.00 Hills Payable 11,500.00 Deposits . . . . ; 103,254.68 264,256.94 The officers and directors of this Bank solicit the accounts of Indi viduals, Firms and Banks, and offer every accommodation to its patrons consistent with safe banking. Our Banking connections arc the strongest and most conservative in the state, and we are at all times prepared to meet every demand. Our depositors arc protected with ample insuran...

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. — 13 April 1906

t MM PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE tydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetablm Compound Tho wonderful power of Lydla B. Pinkham'H Vegetable Compound over the diseases of womankind in not be cause it is a Htlmulant, not because it Is a palliative, but simply because it la the most wonderful tonic and recon structor ever discovered to act directly upon the frencrativo organs, positively curing dlbeasc and restoring health and v Iff or. Marvelous cures are) reported from nil parts of the country by women who have been cured, trained nur.ses vUo have witnessed cures and physicians who have recognized tho vlrtuo of Ij.vdia K. I'inkham'H Vegetable Cotn pound, ami are fair enough to give credit where it Is due. If physicians dared to be frank and open, hundreds of them would acknowl edge that they constantly prescribe, Kydla 12. l'lnklmiu's Vegetable Com Iound in fiovere. cases of female Ills, as they know by experience It ean bo re Ilea upon to ullect a cure. The follow ing letter proves it. Dr. H. !. Itriglinm,...

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. — 13 April 1906

V Ml FROM MISSOURL ? Stockman Vlglatril Qnarantlnr Uw lu the United States court ut Spring field Samuel Jones, a wealthy stock man who llveH near Lebanon, entered a plea of Biillty to n chnrRc of violat ing the federal quarantine lawn and was fined $100 TIiIh Is the first fed eral prosecution for violation of thl.i law In the western district of thlH state. Janet wuh charged with "trait i( Ing" cattle from the IndUn territory to hlfl farm In Laclede county ncnmi tho quarantlnu Hue without ir.lllnt for an Inspection or having any cer tificate to show that tho cattle were not affected with tho Texas fever. Cook .Vou u 11 ii ill; I'xninlnor. Secretary of State Swangcr has ap pointed It. M. Cook, of Trenton, to miccced W. 11. Huechler, or St. Jo leph, as one of the state hank examin ers. Mr. Uucchler tendered his resig nation to nccept an appointment as national hank examiner. Since Mr. Swtynger has hcen secretary of state, Mr.lCook has been the clerk In charge of the hank desk In tho d...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 13 April 1906

MMItii' i" , ii Novelties of SPRING DRESS GOODS. A large proportion of our Spring Dress Goods, which consist of all the latest shades and styles for the coming season, are here. Being Missourians, we are ready to "show you." Prices, as usual the lowest, and quality the best. R ttarlv Vf sr1 Wai Everybody knows that lightweight rN.cTdU riauc oiaw-" tissues or material worn this spring consist of Silks, Silk Mulls, Wash Silk and Silk Taffeta, which are the styles. All these goods we have in stock, made up ready to wear. Prices ranging from $2.25 to $6.00 Each. We also have a full line of White Waists to select from at astonishingly low prices, sizes from 32 to 44. Leader in Low Prices and First-Class Merchandise. A Popper, The Democrat. Qy H. F. TILLMAN. F.ntered in the I'ost Office at Versnillea, Missouri as (second doss mail matter. (ni v;is the big issue in the Kan has City election last week. It must have been ot the JJO-cent variety. The Standard Oil Magnates have confessed to il...

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. — 13 April 1906

Wall Paper ! Wall Paper ! Now is the time to begin to think about papering that room of yours, and don't iorget that I have the latest styles in Wall Paper that are out for this season and the largest stock that has ever been shown in Versailles and the prices are the lowest to be had. GARDEN TOOLS. It is now time to begin to get your Garden Tools ready to make your garden. When you get ready for them I have the best garden tools maaufactured and I have the best prices to be had. We Handle tHe Best Bicycle That is on the market. Boys and girls when you want a Bicycle come in and look at our line and get our prices. We carry the only line of Bicycle Supplies to be had in the city anything in this line you may desire at our store. BICYCLES You can get FISHING TACKLE, 1 We have this Year added to our Line ol Goods A fine line of Fishing Tackle, anything the fisherman may desire in this line. And don't forget that we carry anything you may desire in the Stove line, Hard ware, Tin and Gr...

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. — 13 April 1906

The Democrat. Hi II. V. THXM AN. VERSAILLES i i MISSOURI Immigrants in Demand. A silent but titanic struggle it now on between two great economic forces in tills country, Rays Broughton Bran denburg in the Technical World, and the hone of contention is tho Kuro pcan immigrant. It takes people to work the thousands of great mills In the Industrial sections of the north and east; and labor that is cheaper Is in such demand an to be powerfully attracted. The vast undeveloped reaches of the south and west can not be made to become productive without population, ho that from the vanguard of the nation builders come3 the unceasing cry of "People, people, more people!" A railroad is imme diately interested In tho transporta tion of people and their belongings from tho eastern centers of popula tion which arc the points of Ingress of Kuropean immigrants to tho dis tricts where they are going to make habitation; but It Is more profound ly Interested In permanently estab lishing a thrifty Moc...

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. — 13 April 1906

rv PECK'S BAD BOY WITH THE CIRCUS By HON. GEORGE W. PECK Author of "Pack's Bid Boy Abroid," Etc. lUopjrrlght I i. B. Howie,.) I The Show Does Poor Business In the South Fa Side Tracks a Circus i Car Filled with Creditors A Per formance Given "fov the Poor," Fills the Treasury A Wild West Man Buncoes the Show. Gee, but this show has been up gainst it the last week. Wo haven't made a paying Htanil anywhere. The Bliow business la all right when you have to turn peoplo away, or let them In on standing room. Then you can snap your fingers at fate, nnil drink foolish water out of four-dollar bot tles of fizz that lias the cork trained ho Jt will pop out clear to the top of the tent, and make a noise that makes you think you own the earth, hut when you strike the southern country where tho white men have not cold their cotton nnd the negroes have not licen paid for picking if, tho audience looks like a political caucus In an off year, when there is nobody with money enough to stimulate the...

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. — 13 April 1906

?Jiw.'?)-"j."' ,l l1." ,"v. , " '.rm " ," if Why Shouldirt You Save? Special Sale Next Week AND UNTIL SOLD OUT. MEN'S Suits and Pants A Special Law Price. These are made of superior fabric. Suits that will fit well and look well. A suit that will cost you $20 tailor made, you can buy for $10 to $12. Step in and sec them. Pant worth Sl.OO, 75c 1.93, fl.OO I.50, 1.25 " 2.00, 1.50 " " 3.00, ' 2.50 ' 4.00. 3.00 Dress Goods. Always planning for the lead. Summer Dress Goods, styles absolutely correct. We have a large line of spring special ties and will place a fine line, of Novelties on our counters. Bargains Blooming All over the place. You can't lose by giving us a look. A premium with every pur chase. Our premiums for this sale are models of excellence. Bring in your Cards and get your premiums. M. JOACHIMI'S Cut Price jCnoh Store, Oldest and largest Mercantile House in Versailles, Mo 'SBaBH I'W'aV F i ' bBIbH f fm' i 'BBBaVaB VaBi BrUBBa! V bbs tataal laaw bb A BIG MORGAN COUNTY LAND...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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