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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 17 June 1909

rVi COURT OF APPEALS BILLS ARE SIGNED GOV. HADLEY TELS WHY HI8 SIGNATURE WAS AFFIXED TO MEASURES. -SEES CHANGE IN CONDITIONS New Tribunal Is Created at Spring field Jurisdiction of Appeals Court Is Increased $7,500 "New Law Needed." Kansas City. Gov. Hartley signed two bills passed by the legislature that were fought by the big corpora tions all laft winter. One creates a nnw court ot appeals, with a cdurt at Sprlngllcld, and the other Increases the jurisdiction of the courts of np penis to $7,500. There will now bo three cbtirts of appeals, one In Kansas City, ono In St. Louis and ane In Springfield, with the state divided Into throe districts as nearly equal lt population as pos sible. The court bill was passed six years ago and vetoed by Gov. Dock cry. It passed again four years ago and Gov. Folk vetoed It. In the Dnckcry administration there was an attempt to Increase the juris diction, but the railroads were strong enough lo keep the jurisdiction down below the Used price they ...

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. — 17 June 1909

The Republican, (.Successor to Tirn Di'.MOCRAT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Kittered in the Tost OITice at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter Subscription I'rice $1.00 a Year, Phon No. 103. Advertising Rates. KUjiUy advcrlUiiiR. Iy y". vrRt lour Inched or Hunt, SSJc. vr Imh. ch Issue. rroicsiloiiM cnnN, our luili, SO ctnts per month two Indict, "5 ctit I,cr month. licals-five llii". or over, 5cenllt lliw for Crst linertlotis :Ac. ler line for each subsequent Insertion, In litnck type 10 cents per line for fitst Insertion, 5 cenli per line for encli subse quent intrtinu. HKn ,nlverllilii( nt legiT rates. fipeclnl rates on ptijtr advertisements. The Man Who Win. The twin win wim is the mn who does The man who link" things hum nd tmii, The man who work mid lh man who act. Who liulldson n !ail of rolM facta Who doesn't nit down to mope and dream, But humps ahead with the force of steam, Who hasn't the time to fuss and fret, Tint Rets there cvety time-yon liet. The man who ...

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. — 17 June 1909

FINAL AND LAST CRASH ON LADIES' READY-MADE SUITS AND SKIRTS The New York Suit and Skirt Co., one of the largest and most up to date Manufacturers in the East, who several days ago shipped out a big lot of Suits and Skirts for a Special Sale to be held in this Big Department Store, sends ,the following instructions and final Prices The Popper Dry Goods Co. , Versailles, Mo. Gents : Don't return any of the Suits and Skirts shipped to you several days ago for a Special Sale. Our aim is to bring our workmanship, style and quality before the good people in your section. In order to do this, we are willing to make a big sacri fice on every garment sent to you. Use your good judgment, and sell eyery garment if possible, and at the prioe of trimmings if necessary. Respectfully yours. jettt &o 0sie46 XJP TO US, AND XJP TO YOU It is up to us to carry out the instructions to the letter. It is up to you whether you wish to buy one of these ready made garments at the price of the material. F...

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. — 17 June 1909

rtm Infinite Variety hjr Brand WmlXOCK, JJOZUSTJIATIOJVS COPYRIGHT D07 Br OVS&JTKWmU. V V 8YN0PSI8. I Konntor Morlov Vi riiiin'g visit with his flunt'i'ii wiim lnlirniln'l hy a mil from IiIh pulllleiil I.msh nl the tntc- cfipllnl, Until ii'snttcil It, tin- irlrl mnru than ho. Ihtimino hIh- Imcl mnirwil In ntti-nd n illiimr (lint fVinliiK with him. Htm Hiilil nhc viiirniil fur ii ii.illnniil ofllci- for mm. On Vitnun's 'link In tin Bcnntu In; foitnil H nil royi', in rnini:inli'il ly a Jili'a for HttrriiiKi for Himi'ii He met tlm an tlinti'i'H, im-ltv Mil's Maria Orci'iio or I'lili-iiKo, who pri'"S'Ml to convert him Into MitliiK for hnuce reHollltlon No. 13. MIbh (ireenp Hi-rttrril Vernon's promise to vote for Hie HiiITniKr renolutlon. Iln almi nlilnl her hy eonvlnilm; other. He took 11 liking to the fair HiilTruKette. MIhs Clinic ronyiilteil ultli the lleiitenant-Kov-criior. Virnon mliiiltti il to hlmnelf that tin- Hiiffrncette hiul Mlrn-il (i utriintre feel J nt; ullliln hltn. l...

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. — 17 June 1909

QUARTERLY REVIEW Saodir School Uiioa for Jbm 20, 1909 Specially Arranged for This Paper GOLDEN TEXT. "With srcat power cuvo till) apostles witness uf the resur rection of the I.onl Jesus." Acts 4:33. A variety of forma of review la given hero, in order, that tenchera may select the mothod best suited to tho ago and ability of their classes. Sometimes It will bo best to unlto two or more plans, or to tako parts of several, or to mako other adaptations of these suggestions. A Progressive Hovlcw. To carry out this review, request tho scholars a week In advance to go over nil tho lessons of tho quarter and noto for each of them what stop in advance was taken by tho church. The schol ars will make lists of these "forward steps" and these lists will be com pared In tho class, taking one lesson at a time, and thus reviewing its chief points. A Geographical Hovlcw. For this review each scholar may mako un out line map showing tho various countries and places that wero the scenes of tho quar...

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. — 17 June 1909

2 HADLEY'S RAILROAD POLICY. A Plain Statement of Facts Which the People Ought to Know. Special Correspondence! Jefferson City, June .The railroad rate situation has been purposely mis , stated and confusion has been created in the public mind. Listen I and don't be misled by statements to the contrary ! Governor Hadley's contention about railroad rates -when he was at torney general was that the rates fixed by the Legislature should be enforced. As attorney general he tried to en force them. The railroad companies applied to a federal court for an in junction restraining him and restrain ing his successor from further efforts to enforce those rates, on the plea that they were too low, and therefore would result, practically, in confis cation of railroad property. The in junction was granted. The state took an appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States, and until that court has passed upon the case the railroad companies will claim that the old law fixing railroad rates is oper...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 June 1909

3 Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Tenth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, June 24, 1009. No. 23. AH Stores in Versailles will close at 12 o'clock Monday, July 5th, and remain closed the balance of the day. The Committee. m m m m m m m m m H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office 'Phon 74. Resldtncc 'Phon. 39. I "LOCAL NEWS. 3 Bland is figuring on electric lights Go to E. A. Williams for Bananas and Oranges. Misses Eunice and Lillie Hunter are visiting at Marvin. Eupion Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the incubator, 5 gallons for 00 cents, at E. A. Wil liams'. W. B. Richter, of Bolivar, Mo was visiting his uncle, B. S. Barnett and family, and looking over our county and city last week. 50 floats in the big parade, possi bly more. This parade will be the biggest thing of the sort ever seen in .Missouri, outside of St. Louis and .Kansas City, and we hardly know iwhether to except them. Miss Gladys Gwy...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 June 1909

1-1 1st !3? urn. Infinite Variety Brand WhiTocic USTnATTOJVS copyright 1907 BY eusBS'rtehmu. ctfL V V V2 SYNOPSIS. Renrstnr Mnrley Wrnnn's visit with hln flnniee wns lull truptpd hy n vail from litfl pnlltienl Imihm at the ctnto enpltnl. Until ri'Kti'ttnl It, the. Ktrl mine than li(. heinuse she IiikI arranged to nttenil n dinner I hnl evuilng with lilin. Klin said rlut ynirni il fur h nullonnl ofllce for him. On Vermin's ill fit In tin sonnto In- found n nil me, iiiiiiiiipnnk'il liy a pleii for Htirfriige fur w mti. Ho met the nu tliini'HM, pri'ltn Miss Mnrln (Imnr of Clil('!iK" li" proposed to convert lilm lulu voting fur limine resolution No. 19. Mlsi Oieene He, tiled Vernon's protnlso to voir fur the suffniKo resolution, lie also nlili il In r li.' com ini'lnir others. He took it liking to tin' fulr MilYrngrtle. Miss Itp niii' eonsiilleil with tho lleuteiimit-KOV- rnor Vi riion ii'lmlttnd to himself Hint Hie snrfriiKi'lli hud stirred n strange feel ing within Itliti lie forgot t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 June 1909

TEMPERANCE LESSON Smitj Scaool Lmm far Jo 27, 19M Spatially Arranged for Thli Paper LESSON TEXT.-llomaiis 13:S-H. Mem ory verses. . 10. QOUJEN TKXT.-"Put ye on tho Lord Jeaua Christ." Romans 13:14. TIMK. Probably written early In tbs) year of A. I). S3. PLACE. The epistle was written at Corinth, during Paul's second visit there. Suggestion and Practical Thought. Subject: "Temperance Involved In tho Law of Love." Introduction. Who wrote tho Ep5 tie to the Romans? It is one ot tr undoubted letters of Paul, "the mtx 'Pauline of all tho writings which boar Paul's name, fundamental among our materials for a Paulino theology." Hastlng's Bible Dictionary. Tho All-Inclusive Debt of Love. Vs. 8-10. How does Paul rank tho duty of loving? Ho places it before all other duties. Ho has been urging (Rom. 13: 7) the scrupulous payment ot all debts, and repeats tho command: "Owe no man any thing." Of course this does not forbid borrowing, but re quires tho payment ot all debts when they arc due. The...

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. — 24 June 1909

the Republican, (Successor to Tim Democrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in the Post Office at Versailles Missouri as second class mall matter, Subscription Trice, .$1.00 a Year Phont Net Advertising Rates. IiNplnyatlvertMiiK. bytfee year, to average n.if inrliM or mote. 8Hc. per Inch each lasue. t'rotenslotinl cnrili, one Inch, SO cents per Month; two lnclie, "5 nt per month. tocsin-five lle, or over, j cents per line for firt Inicitloiii :h'c per line for each subsequent niitrtlon, In Mack type 10 centa per line for fiMt Insertion, 5 ceul per line for each aiibse- luent liiettlun. legal odvertiilnR at legal rates. Special tate on page advertisements. The Fairvicw (Kan.) Enterprise speaks of a citizen as being as crook ed as a barrel of snakes. Pointers. H. F. Davis, of Ozark, Mo., holds the copyright on the above expres sion, having the original, only and name-blown-in-tlie-bott!e package still in his possession. The Enter prise will have to move up if it wishes a position ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 June 1909

John B. Sullens. of Scdalia, was down Sunday on a visit with relatives. Henry Knoop, ofloniaf was down Saturday and Sunday visiting his bro ther, A. A. Knoop. Chris Stetler, of Stover, is doing painting and papering (or a number of our citizens. He is a first class workman) and his prices are not excessive. R. M. Johnson, the real estate man of Stover, was out Tuesday with Chas. B. Howard, looking over this Section of country. lookout for 1 some deals later. About the Colored Folks. Miss Josephine Ross left last Saturday for St. Louis for an extended visit with relatives at that place. Miss Ktta Cbism went to St. Louis Saturday to visit relatives in that city for a week. Mrs. M. J. Hunter and Mrs. Mary Mil ler were visitors at the Sunday School Convention held at Tipton last week, Mrs. Muggie McClanahan was a dele' gate to the Sunday School Convention at Tipton last week. Mrs. W. H. Williamson, who respond' ed to the welcome address At the Sunday Bshool convention at Tipton, returne...

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. — 24 June 1909

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCrl, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI. 8TATUTE-ARMORED SUNDAYS. In very few sink's would It now bo possible to PM'iinct tho niiclcnt Sun day laws, Bays tho Now York World. In most of tho etntos n revision of thosf! laws would surely result In tholr modification. A nuro way to bring about nn overhauling of thoso.drnstlc codes would appear to bo n harsh en forcement of them against a society for which they never wcro Intended. Htrnngo ns It may npponr, religious freedom Is one or tho most loosely held of nil our rights and privileges. There Is nothing in the constitution of tho United States on tho subject ex cept the provision that "Congress shall innko no law respecting an es tablishment of religion or prohibiting tho free exercise thereof." There is no restriction 'ipon tho states In this reupect. Not many of tho state con stitutions have any comprehensive climse relating to religious liberty. For this reason .Sunday laws palpably religious In th...

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. — 24 June 1909

HAD LEY SIGNS 418 i BILLS; VETOES 45 APPROVES WOMEN'S NINE-HOUR MEASURE INSURANCE ' ' DILL KILLED. REVIEWS WORK AS COMPLETED Governor Takes Action on Every Meanure Submitted by Legisla tureNearly $200,000 Appro priations Vetoed. Kansas City. Missouri's cnpltol has been moved back to Jefferson City, Gov. Hadley and his secretaries aban doning their quarters In the Haltlmoro hotel In time to send' nil tho docu ments out on a noon train, so as to have them placed In the hands of the secretary of state In time for filing. I)y noon tho governor passed upon tho last of the bills which the legis lature had left as a legacy to him, In all bavins signed 41S and disap proved 45 bills. Tho governor left no bills to liccomc a law through lapso of time. Ho dodged nothing, but met every meas ure squarely. Among tho bills which the governor signed on tho last day was one to ralso the pay of the Kan Has City court of appeals Judges $2,500 a year and to Increase tbo pay of tho Jackson county Judges ...

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. — 24 June 1909

i Mo. Pac Improvements. ' A ecitit train iearing Gcn'l Supt. K. A. Gould, Oen'l Supervisor of Maintain ; a ice of Way, J. R. Leigh ily, of St. . Liuis, Div. Supt. A.. J. .Alexander, IJiv. Kimiueer A. P. Morrison of Sedalla, and l.the state railroad commission, arrived in , lloonvillc at o'clock last night over the Versatile IwMicli on a tour of in spectlon, and spent -tlit .remainder of the 1 niRht here. All arose early Una morning . and, after looking, pver the company' j property here, loft at 7 o'clock over the . River Koute tor Kansas t-uy. Tim presence of, the officials here and i the Inspection of the Versailles urancti, gives foundation to the rumor of a few .weeks ago that the Mo. I'ac, were con ; sidering a plan to ballast and lay new . heavy rails on the branch in order to t change the routing of the new fast train - oaihe River Route. The proposed change, according to tin authorized reports, provides that trains No, 5 and 0, now running over the River i-Koulc between Jeff...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 1 July 1909

:.( 2 r Morgan County CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEW& Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, July 1, 1909. Tenth Year, No. 24. Republican Social Drinking. The Presbyterian assembly at Den ver in speaking upon the temperance question urges the women's society of the church to use their influence to eliminate social drinking and the use of liquor in women's clubs and in the home. The last Sunday in October is set aside as temperance day. The assembly has acted wisely in bringing this subject to the attention of the churches. Whatever one may think of prohibiten or of regulation by licenses, there can be no doubt that the most far-reaching and permanent remedy for intemperance is to be found in the spread of the doctrine of total abstinence. When men quit drinking, the saloon question will set tic itself; as long as men want to drink, the saloon question will be a perplexing one, no matter what meth od is employed for dealing with it. In making ...

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. — 1 July 1909

Slorgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI. Straw lints will lio cheaper by next November. In Abyssinia the head of the house Ir tlio wife, not tlio cook. A baseball umpire wan burned In elligy. That's one way of becoming a hot sport. Tnkcn ns n whole, It U most un lovely fruit that grown on thu gam bling true. Count Zeppelin la unkind to mako Junk or n lot of Dreadnoughts before they nro built. Kan Francisco probably would bo glad to trade Its graft scandals for So attle'H exposition. Texas nnlon.s are driving Ilerinuda onions out of the market, It being n rase of strong ompetltlon. Kissing through u veil Isn't worth while, says u popular lecturer. Why not If you (.in kiss clear through It' It may be all right asking the wom en to remove their hats In church. Jlut where In the world could they put VniV The upto.Mtc Texas fanner who has hlg mules and sulky plows Is tight In the kwIiii as a Joy rider tlieae times. They may lie a little too severely seve...

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. — 1 July 1909

HEk. ft INPINIT0 hjr Brand Whittocic JXZ USTUATIONS V V V-3 8YNOPSIS. Senator Morley Vernon's visit with his fiancee wns Interrupted by n call from Ills political lions nt tlin stato capital. Hoth regretted It. tlio Rlrl mora tlinn ho, liccatiso slio had arranged to attend a dinner thnt evening with him. Slio said she yearned for n. national office for hlni. On Vernon's desk In the scnutc he found n red rose, accompanied by a plea for HuftniKo for women. lto met tlio nu thoress, pretty Miss Maria Orceno of Chicago, who proposed to convert him Into votlnp for house resolution No. in. Miss Orceno secured Vernon's promise to voto for tlio suffrage resolution. Ho nlso aided her by convincing others. Ho took n liking to tlio fair suffragette. Miss Grecno consulted with the lieutenant-governor. Vernon udmltted to himself that the suffrngctto had stirred a strungo feel ing within him. lie forgot to read his fiancee's letter. Vernon made u great speech In favor of suffrage, aided by glances...

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. — 1 July 1909

The Republican, (Successor to Tim Democrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in the Tost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail mntter. Subscription Price,.. $1.00 a Year PHone Ne. 183. Advertising. Bstes. nlcplayadvertliliiK. lythe yer. to average four Inchu or mote, B,c. per Inch ench lur. l'rofeilonal card', one Inch, SO cent per months two incite. 'S cent por month. l.ocaU-five 1lne, or over.'s centi per line for 6tt Insertion, IHc. per tine for each iiilncquent iiKHllon. In black type 10 cent per Hue for lir-st Insertion, $ ceH per line for each subse quent insertion. Vgal advertWn( at leuarrate. Special rate on page advertisement. If it was not for making, somebody mad wc would suggest to those church members who go fishing and picnicing on Sunday to take along their quarterlies, hymn books and bibles, and thus they could worship Cod in the forest and by the stream, lor you know you should never en gage in any undertaking yon would 'e ashamed to ask God's bless...

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. — 1 July 1909

5' "rfiiri H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office 'Phone 74. Ruldtflf; 'Phone 39. I LOCAL NEWS. Go to E. A. Williams for Bananas and Oranges. A fine rain fell last Thurtday. Moser, the wagon maker, we hear, is building a home made automobile, and if ready by the 4th, lookout. Eupion Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the incubator, 5 gallons for 90 cents, at E. A. Wil liams'. Sunday was pretty warm until about church time in the evening when the wind changed around into the northwest and accompanied by a fine electrical display made the air more pleasant. No rain. S. A. Wilson and wife, of Holi day, Monroe county, came down Sat urday on a visit to Mr. Wilson's brother, J. VV. Wilson, of the Nel son-Wilson Furniture and Under taking Co., returning home Monday. No, we are not going to tell about Ed Nelson getting caught in the mouse trap, Mrs. N. might get hold of it, and the divorce court has busi ness enough already. There has not been a night so far this season our citize...

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

TRe AMERICAN EAGLE All hall, thou grand and great ancestress of thy glorious brood of half hundred hallowed states; Extending thy expansive form across a continent's wide fields; One wing deep dipping In Atlantic's brine, the other o'er Pacific's bosom spread; Low trailing thy tall-feathers In the frozen ocean of the north And heaving thy pulsating breast above the torrid wa ters of fair Mexico's broad gulf; Within thy talons bearing, for the friend, the olive branch of peace And weapons of destruction for the foe that would as sail the smallest of thy progeny! Well Holdest thou thy haughty head aloft within the starry sky For though but young, thou art a giant grown, of conscious might, acknowl edging few peers. May'et thou forever tranquil dwell, In harmony with all thine own, And unmolested by the powers of earth respected by the strong and honored by the weak: And may'st thou never know defeat, nor leari to bow thy head In ehame. True Meaning of the Celebration of the Glorious F...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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