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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 October 1903

Aorgap County Denrjocrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fourth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Oct. 23. 1903. No. 43. m m LOCAL NEWS. Call for Hardy's Prize linking Pow tbir. Stnlthtou Is having a tilt with ti crap-shooting gang. Wood In quoted nt $2.2T per cord In the Versailles market at present. Hardy's Pri.o linking Powder Is going like hot cakes. Ask for It. KOIt SAIii; Two good residence properties, cheap. II. A. You.no. F. I). Ilurrison and wife lire In attend nnee at the Kansas City llorhe Show. .T O. Kiiys of Harnett In contemplat ing going to Indian Territory to locate in the near future. If you want a pood A. No. I Over coat for winter you ran Hud one to tit you ut the "Famous." Misses Delia and Delia MeNair de parted Wednesday morning for Kansas City for a brief pleasure trip, Mrs. 10. If. Woods and two children departed Tuesday morning for a visit with relatives in Fayette, Howard county. Landlord I). A. Wirley and wife...

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. — 23 October 1903

c 4. THE DEMOCRAT. Pabllthixl lery I'rMmr Mornln. TILLMAN ti ritlt'i;, I'roprletori. veusaim.i:s. t MISSOURI. DlKhup Scarborough or the Kplscopal diocese of New Jersey ban gone 11 Ut ile farther than ;my yet In dealing with the divorce question. Ho declares that he folia to tee how there tan I nn Innocent party to a divorce. 4 Auk Kdward la reported to bo uslni, Georgia watermelons, Colorado eanta loupes nnd Now York state apples. Ha will not be eonidderoel fully American ized, however, until he begins to carry a nun and Installs a Missouri mule. Kansas Is fusfclrig with Colorado be eiuitc dhe takes all tho water out ol tho Arkansas river before It gets tc hannis. Now, If Colorado woilm do th mine thins by the headwaters of tin Kaw, In emergencies, it might he dif ferent. Another bull campaign In cotton, It Jh said, Is about to be waged In tlx crop now moving to market. The new clique Is said to have vn Us organizer! the old Hrown-IIayes pool of New Or-lis.-triK, and D. J. Sully, of...

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. — 23 October 1903

a THE DEMOCRAT. PublUhril Krnrr FrliUr Morning. TILLMAN I'lilOi:, 1'riiprlwtora. VEIlSAllJiEa I MISSOURI. NIGHT. h dark, CUi iilli'iit, Oil Htvoctl Tn tin- mft night . I bow my l.i ml I Jay In tnnri- pure, more bright Hill mill 1 love tin- Night I -Oh Ilnulil sweep of hky, Htiir-lMUemiiii.il, I turn tu thee Fur all ilay I must Im I'd IIkIiI cimili tuned. Hut now I live liy inillant tfarknMJ bcrnlnid. ')h nlKlit! Oil wondoiriil! Thou canst ii-vi-nl -inch mystic (hlng In whimperings Anil thi'ti conceal Tin-no myati.-rli-M which Iiay ne'er can rel. ')li h:iIth-mh ! Oh linpi Incasi! I'wu In one Atnl nno In two: Jh, tlmu ever-new Nluht wltlmiit f Hit, Klnx mi-, sweet dark, c-'i-r thy refiw be Inin-, Itu-dna llulilfy Lrmnut, In Everybody' Magazine. A Dream Melody. 1 RHiHliYntTWttrfitfffl HI SUPPOSU I've been 111! I wonder 1 what'n the matter with rue?" Colin Stuart opened his eyes, anil, struggling Into u sitting posture, saw .(hat he was In the shabby hi-d-slttlng-toom In the dull side s...

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. — 23 October 1903

titliimmi'itiiiwrm- -i -n n i i rirrtiiif:iii.u f 1 iJ!TiwrWiitfilri--r-irin-vh"' Tbe Democrat I'nblUliml Kvery VtMay Morning. TILLMAN & PRICE, Proprietors. Woniln llilg..'lil Flour.. I'honr Nn. 13B. Kiibscriptloti 1 year, In advance " r. inns " " SI 00 Ilutcred In I'ost Olliee at Versailles Missouri as second class mail mutter For Governor, 1L0 1, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. Foot bull casualties are loom ing up in the dim distance. They Avill be ripe shortly. Mark IJanna wants to bring capital and labor together. Prob ably he can, if he'll divide. channels, while the business peo ple, workmen and consumers generally are at the mercy of these soulless, trust-breeding fiends, who not only dictate their own prices to the consumer, but proceed to trample the life out of humanity by closing down their institutions and rest on their dignity because union labor demands fair compensation at their hands. There will be a reckoning, wo predict, before an other deca...

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. — 23 October 1903

BtfDRAUGr1T (Vnistiri.ltlon in nothinrr more I Urn M n cioc-intr of the bowls I mid ncilhiriif Ipm tlinn vil.il stall- ration or death if not relieved. If r.vcry constipated sufferer roulil iralizo ihatho is allowing ppisonouu f.llh to lemain in his ryutem, he woeld Boon net relief. Constipation iniitos all kind of contagicn. Headaches, bilioun ites. colds ami many other ail ments disappear when consti putcd bowels are relieved. Theil ford's Hlivk-Ilraiight thoroughly clean out tlio bowels in n easy ami imlumi manner without the purging of calomel or other vio lent cnlharlica. Ho euro that you Ret tho origi nal Tlicrlfwl'a JJInck-Drsiiglit, made hy The Chattanooga Medi cine &. Sold by all druggists in 2o cent ond tl.00 packagM. Minion, Art.. JUt t.1, 1(101, I rinnr.t tv wmnccJ ThedfnM'ii HUrk l)rui;lil (Dn.'ilufcly. I kttplllnnr hoin nil th time aurt hi wd It fur tliolMt ton jfjum. 1 iiriir sir fhlldrtu mat '.''? latitlvr. I UiltiU 1 could nrrrt li sbin to werk nllhnat It mi jiv...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 October 1903

"VWWl, ' f rirmviitiwMiiiiMiiiii tv,RlJiu4g.tm,aMM7ml'''l IN 'iViiix in Tiiwiwtwii t , FIFTEEN LIVES CRUSHED OUT Collision On the Belvidere Division of the Pennsylvania Road. THE VICTIMS WERE LABORERS Thrlr 'I'rnlii, Wlilli- MiwnlliiK, W'lm l.'rualii-il Inln li 11 (iriMi-l 'I'm I li I'irii'i-n Kllli-il mid 1'itrl) liijiirril. Trriiton, N. J , Oct. 18, fifteen per sons were killed and about 10 wounded In a collision which occurred, .Saturday, on the Uelviilero iIIvIkIoii of the I'enn nylvanla railroad, near VVa-shlnKton's crossing. The persons killed and In jured were laborers, who were on a work train and were on their way to work at Washington's crossing to re pair washouts along the road, four teen bodies have been taken from the wreck, and tine more body Is known to he under the debris. Only two or three of those who were Injured will be per manently maimed. Nlirvlnl Itrlli-r 'I'm I ii .lent. Ah soon as the collision occurred, a .special train was sent from Trenton with a corps o...

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 October 1903

DAIRY STORAGE ROOM. A Nrriily W'lirrr Farmrri Ilpalra to llulil HiiIIit nnil Chfi-ae for lllglipr Trice. Many farms arc not provided with the right kind of dairy building, and when one undertakes to store butter tor future Hales they may have to take an Inferior price for It. 1 was In a cellar the other day where tho woman of tho hou.se hail several hun dred pounds stored, and to mo the room smcllcd damp and musty. Tho chances are that this butter will smell of this must when It In put on tho market, if It docs, Instead of her re ceiving the very highest fancy price she will have to take what she can get for It. Tii3 writer has Inspected a ctoro room and Ice house combined which Is SPACE FOR ICC. STORAOX ROOM. CONVKNIKNT HTOItK HOOM. built on a side hill, the store room un der the Ice house, and gives herewith a rough drawing of the end of the building. The building has a double floor. One for tho Ice to rest upon, which was loose enough for the drip pings to work through and run of...

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 October 1903

GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. Teacher' AhhocIuUoii. Tim Teachers' Association met hi regular convention October 1.1th, und after an address delivered by Com'r ,1. I'. Johnson, the body proceeded to affect un organization, clvctltiff Com'r. J. F. Johnson, chairman, and Wray Witton, secretary of the convention. The program for the day was taken up, I'rof. Livesay delivering the ad dress of welcome. I'rof. Gwinn (I'rof, Stiontr liclnir nbicnt) addressed the teachers on "The Development of the Child's Mind." The afternoon was spent in the discussions of the various iicstlons outlined In program, in the evening i'rof. (iwinn delivered ft lee lure to the teachers at Kraus' opera house. October 10th A motion was made and seconded to appoint a committee on resolutions. The committee ap pointed consisted of A. Kellner, ,lohn II. (Jelira, T. .1. lirovvn, Augusta Temme and (Veil Hums Program was carried out as outlined, eaeli point be ing discussed to the teaehtirs' satisfac tion. In the evening I'rof. ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 October 1903

Aorg&n County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fourth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Oct. 30, 1903. No. 44. I LOCAL NEWS. Call for Hardy's Prize Halting Cow iler Men's Rubber Hoots and Shoes at the FAMOUS." V. F. Dunl of Tipton whs on our streets la-it Saturday. Hnnly'.s Prize Halting Powder Is jfolng Ilk i! hot cakes. Ask for it. Toll NALK Two good residence properties, cheap, II. A. You.Nd. independence ! falling in line in raising a scandal about thulr city gov vrnmunt. H you want a good A. No. 1 Over coat for winter you can find one to Ut you at the "Famous." Mrs. Myra Sanford and Mrs. John Sulluns drovi! to Proctor last Saturday and spent Sunday with friends at that place. Jo,j Goddard of the Tipton Times Gazette, was "doing" Versailles Tues day, and made the Dkmociiat a frater nal call. Rev. .t. V. Rusby drove to Proctor last Friday and assisted Rev. It. A. Me Night in his series of meetings there up to Tuesday. If...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 October 1903

1 1 i ' 1 1 ' " i ii nrtiii' lag jftlf niiUffliflf m 'it "iltiT""' 1 n0mmSm"iMJIIIUHJ HIM ,, V'TflHMp THE DEMOCRAT. PaMlahed llrrry I'rldsr Miirnlnff. TILLMAN I'ltlCK. I'niprloturi. VERSAILLES. MISSOURI. 1903 OCTOBER 1903 tUK. 0II. IUF.S. WW. THDR.I W. !IT. T5 6" 7 8 9 10 77 T2 75" jlT 7? 76 f7 7B 79 20 ITTj 22 23 24 25 26 27 ,28 1 29 30 "3T 77 77 77177 f77T7 THE WEEK'S NEWS Happeninfrs of the Past Seven Jj.ay.s in JJrief. ROUND AHOIJT TUB WOULD Casualties nnil Fires, Personal ami Po litical .Votes, liitsinoss Failures and KeHaiiiption.J, WVutlier Record. IXTELMGK.VCrJ FK01I ALL PAltTS noaiKXTin. Pension Commissioner Ware, In grant 'ng promotions to u iiumbr-r of clerks It his liurraii, warns them that merit la thd onlj' thing considered and outside in fuenco will Injure those attempting to USO it. Lou Dillon, rjucrri of the trotting turf, easily defeated Major Delrnar In the rare for the $3,000 gold rap at Memphis. Hy tin; Alaska award America nets two islands which dominate Port S...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 October 1903

THE DEMOCRAT. FnblUliiMl llvnrr FrMur Morntns. TILLMAN Si l'ltlCi:. l'roprletori. VERSAILLES. MISSOURI. AUNTY'S OFF DAYS. Hum days i-huddcrcd ef de sun iln shine Yn linn .1 fo things ilnl yo' ili-s c-iilii llu ; Vo link lie glims en dc I'liimy plutcx; Yo' recta ili'V drnlg l.ik iky huiincd weight, Do ml. r.v loiii" twell lilt Ih'm' yn' buck; i:n yo' hoodooed ilt'H, fit' it Mitten file' Dcru h ilu days WV'ii tie blend won' tiilw. No use tr 'i' fn' tiT iln thlngH right Vi' wuk in irolc" whl yir main en might, lint greasy spots Hpattiilix ill' kitchen Ilo', Ihi (Inn fool iicdillcliM (ley iioiin' do ilo' Kn tfk yn' tcntlon, I'll In' yo' ln'iiK IX' stew lilies oveh en do pics (Icy Iju'iis. Dcm's ilu iliij'H Wen do bread won' raise. Hco'eh yo' Iingchs en yo' tnlh yo' dres; llnli mo' trotilile ilan yo' evnli gu-ss! Missus scoldln' 'eiise slie wait mi lion'; lliilleh ransomed, en dc erc.im untie sou' .Mo' yo' struggles, w'y dc day grown wuss Lose mail Ughm, en All wants ter cuss! I loin's d...

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. — 30 October 1903

Tbe Democrat. PuhlUliiU Kvery Friday Murnlnf. TILLMAN r PRICE, Proprietors. Wood. Millar.. Ill l'liiur..l'haii No. I3B. Subscription I year, l advance 81 00 0 inos " " SO Kritiircd In I'ost Olllco fit Vi-rnnlllus Missouri as si-uond class mull tnattur For Governor, l!)0i, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. A Kolk Club was organized at Savannah, with a membership of V20. A finis Folk Club was formed last week at Killoy. Still the boom goes on. Remember tho "Morgan Coun ty Magazine)" will bo $1.00 pr year. Single copies 10c cadi. Two trust companies in Balti more have gone into the hands of a receiver. Millionsof dollars were involved. The throe-cornered fight for the New York governorship goes merrily on, and the outcome will be decided within the next ten days. A census taken of the Mis souri penitentiary on the 0th, showed a population of 2,011, of whom 1,01." were males and 00 females. The Atlantic Constitution says that Missouri newspapers are getting out of pati...

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. — 30 October 1903

BUCKDMUGHti Constinstinn i nnthlno more i I limn a doaaina of the boweiil mid nothinu lens than vital ulna- nation or ucnin it not relieved. If every constipated imfTerer could realize that ho ii allowing poisonous filth to remain In his syntum, he would noon vet relief. Constipation invites nil kind of contagion. Headaches, biliomv nets, colds and many other ail ments disappear when const! patrd bowels are relieved. Thed lord's lilack-Druiighl thoroughly cleans out tho bowels in an easy and natural mr.iirier without tlio purging of calomel or other vio lont ratliart ic. Ho sure that yon ant the oriffl fpi..if i. t p. r .. . . . urn jiiiium . jjiai:K-jrnuini. made by Tho Chattanooga Modi cinoCo. Sold by all druggist in a cent ami f l.uu pacKagcs. Xorein, Irk., Mir tS, 1V0I. I nnmil tetnmmmt Tkiorr4'i Mart. DriMltl too lilrJdy. I kcrp It l t Ihiiim (II Urn tUun mill hro aatil II fur tlmlut ten jrtani. I nnfrr It cklKrea taj otlirr laiatltn. I think I ruuld ni'tfr bit alilK to work nl...

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 October 1903

THE ALASKAN BOUNDARY LINE Findings of the International Com mission Officially Signed. THE CANADIANS ARE SULKING, Tin' llt-fiiHi- (ii Atliifli Tliclr .Nlif iwitnr" mill Suliiiilt a M.lCnn'Ul of Tln-lr HfiiMinn For Willi liolillnic Tliriu. London Oct. Ill consorjiiciico of tlic attitude tnalntnlncil by 'ho Ca nadian commlHsloiiors, Lord Clilef J.is tlco Alverstone decided, Tuesday tnurn liiK, not t(i hold tlio iii-oposiil public nicclliiK of tho Alaskan boundary com mission, but to hand Ha decision to Messrs. Kcster and Slfton, respectively aK'.'tits of the Amtrlcan and Canadhn governments. The Canadian coramisslonr rs not only declined to Mkii tho iiwurd, but t.ald thoy would publicly wlUidmw I mm the commission. They, an well as tho Canadians coni.eeted with the case, ate very bitter. Telegrams from I'romlcr I.aurler and other prominent persons in Canada show that tlila hentiment lit Miard ijenrally throughout the Dominion. i:(;hossi:i roiv sk;m:i. Ml Muiiiilurra Alllwtl i:i'-i Tli...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 October 1903

....4 FILTER FOR CISTERN. now to Make Unr Tbnt Pnrlflta tka Water Jnpiil- na Fail am It Fnlla. A simple tUtcrltiK arrangement Tor a cistern Is made by IncloRltiR the bot tom of the suction pljic tn a chamber built of soft brick or filtering stone. Its capacity may be 20 to 30 gallum, and Is built round to kIvc strength. The cistern should be so arranged that the bottom of the cistern and sides of filtering chamber can be cleaned oc casionally, and In this way these filters give good satisfaction. No cistern should be without one, unless there Is eomo more thorough means of fllter ItiK at hand. But if one wishes to LJ he GOOD CISTKUN Kil.TKIt. have the water filtered as It falls. will have to build a filter somewhat after the plan an shown In the dia gram. The liltcr Is Hal bottomed, sloping slightly towards the cistern. There Is a layer of bricks on the bot tom: on this, in order named, layers of charcoal, sand and gravel, the to tal llltnrlng material occupying about one-half of th...

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 October 1903

GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. 50 I-OK Till: MUST COKN. Tlmt Ainotiiit. Ill I'rlzos lo 1 AwuiiNmI ut u Corn Show In thin County ly Ml Hiiiirl Worlit'n Fulr t,oniinlssloii. A corn show will bo held at Vc snllle-. Tuesday, Dee. 1st, under '.lie auspice of the Missouri World' 7'alr Commission, at which 8M) In cash prizes will be awarded. This Is done with a view of encouraging the farmers lo select and wive the best specimens of corn fur exhibition ut the World's Ka i r. At tlie came time anil in connection with the eorn show the State Hoard of Agriculture will bold a Tanners' Instb tntc, al which well recognized author Hies will discuss corn growing, seed selection, feeding and kindred Hub jeota. The corn show presents an oppor tunity for tin- citizens of this county to collect the largest display of show eorn ever brought together. A local committee, consisting of representa tives of every township, should bo or ganized at once to have charge of the details of the corn show and insti tute. A co...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 November 1903

Aorgao County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOUHI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fourth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Nov. 6, 1903. No. 45. f Warmtn eLXld Wear For MEN, ARGUMENTS FOR WOMEN and CHILDREN. THE ECONOMICAL. We Carry the Largest Line of oLothiMg in Versailles. Our Clothing fills 160 feet of shelving seven feet high. We have 160 feet of coun ter room which will stack up on an average of three feet (44 feet, counter room has an average of four feet stacked from ground floor up.) UP-TO-DATE. POINTS We can Tell Yoii. You will see at once we have enough Clothing and Furnishing Goods Alone to fill the largest store in Versailles. Our sales run up into the thousands each year. This alone should convince you that our goods have the QUALITY AND FRIGES That make them sell. WE HAVE $3,000 WORTH OF Overcoats, Men s Suits, Ladies' and Children's Wraps, And more coming that we are GOING TO SELL WITH A GUARANTEE, Every Garment bearing the H. & B., and F. &a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 November 1903

Address of Joseph W. Folk St. Joseph, Missouri, October 24th, 1903. True Democracy. It Is a pleasant privilege to address the Democrats of tills splendid city. 1 urn reminded of tlio fact that this was tlio home: of Silas Woodson, the first Governor the Democrats elected after the stormy period of the civil war The name of Silas Woodson Is held In high regard by all Democrats for his sturdy homjsty, his high char acter and his trim Democracy. lie was the beginning of the unbroken line of post bellum Democratic Gov ernors, whose management of the Slate's affairs has reflected credit on tho puity tlu-y represented. National Questions. In the early days of our government citizens were divided on governmental policies. The most conspicuous ad vocates of opposing theories were Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Ham ilton. Jefferson believed In the rule of the people. Hamilton advocated a restricted lranchlsc and special privi leges. The Democratic pally of today stand.') for the teachings of...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 November 1903

expose tensility, not conceal It. 88 lect Democrats who will usu tliolr of llclal functions) tololy for tho public Kuud. Ofllclals aro tniHtocsi of an ex pressed trUKt to hu iidmlnlnterc;d for tlio public good, not for private, gain. An olllclnl lias no right to nso tlio jiowrrs glvin liim for his own imiiIh. Ho tan embezzle tho people's power nu well as tho peoplo'n money. Ono in public ofllco has no nioro right to iiro his official functions for personal ends than be would have to put his hands Into the public treasury to pay a private debt. Commendable to Punish Crime. So Ions as the Democratic party erve3 tlio public better than any other party, it is entitled to credit for nelect lug faithful public servants, and It cannot escape responslbllly for the unfaithful. No parly has a mo nopoly on the virtuous; neither are the vicious confined to one party. The weeding out of public corruption Hhould be tho mission of the Demo cratic party. A Democratic law breaker Is no better than a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 November 1903

Tbe Derrjocr&t. S'ntillxTiciI Kvery Krlilnr Morning. TILLMAN & PRICE, Proprietors. I'hnlii' .No. I.lfi. Vmnl IIIiIb.."!"! I'locir. Nubscrlpllon I year, In advance " 0 mos " " Ex-Gov. John P. St. John, one of our most profound observers, wis in Puluski county last week, and while there interrogated some of the bust Democrats of that county as to the guberna torial situation. One of the pro- 81 iJ!! fessionnl men statedemphatically " " ...... l m I IOI' his 1 1 that "while Heed had a good i:nti-icl In Post oil!.:.! nt WrhiiiIkH flowing there some time ago, Missouri us Miconu ciass man nmii.-. , .,.., : wu , asserted that .., hoodling was not an issue in Missouri, had been the means of turning all of Reed's friends into the Folk cam p. and that the lat ter would get the Pulaski county delegation." For Governor, 1!)0I, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. A Chronic .Miilconiit. William Marion Reedy, tin gold-bug and general malcontent Gov. Dockory's Thanksgiving t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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