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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 April 1906

gloves lor men sunns." - - ' I. .tl. liu FridaV.and Sat-1 here last i.JJ .Inst Oil . SUPPLEMENT TO THE Morgan County Democrat. Seventy Year. VERSAILLES, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1006. No. 17. II Two years ago I.afe llennett of Carth age wa injured in an explosion in a powder mill. He soon recovered and had felt no inconvenience from his ex perience until recently his tight arm be came very painful. A local surgeon per formed an openatiou antWetnoved nu eight-penny nail from the muscles in which it was imbedded. A hardened steak showed vvhcrclhe nail had woiked from the shoulder down to the elbow. To counteract the effect of love being blind, says the Springfield Republican, there is the fact that matrimony is the greatest eye-opener in the world. Fou Sale. We have Jor sale cheap a fine lot of thoroughbred Silver-Iccd Wyandotte cockerels. Call un W. A. Taylor or Mrs. Cora Schannep. Do Yov Sutler From Kidney Troubles 1 We giarntee one bottle of Smith' Sure Kidney.Curc to benefit or ure,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 April 1906

or no sale. I chased the extensive coal, clay and J...,.I.,-1II l-il r t . coat on ine tame iraci provcu Morgan Circuit Court. . Following is a partial report of the proceedings of the April term of the Morgan County circuit court, Judge V. II. Martin presiding: .Slate vs. Lizzie Donahue, assault. Dismissed. State vs. ltichurd Mollis aud Walter .Morris, assault. I'lea of guilty and line of $".)() each. State vs. Anderson W. .Johnson, felonious assault. I'lea of guilty of common assault. Fine of $100 Parole granted. K. A. Sears vs. William Houston, damages. Dismissed. K. J. Piper vs. Frank II. (jwynnj" replevin. Application of Annie (iwynn to be made party defendant filed. Application granted. Petition and allldavit for change of venue filed. Change awarded to Camde county circuit. Morgan County Coal Co. vs. Annie It. Halderman et al. Application for change of venue filed. Change awarded to Howard county circuit. Nichols-Scharir Grocer Co. vs. J. P. Merriott et a I. Dismissed at cost...

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. — 4 May 1906

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, May 4, 1906. No. 18. i H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. 2 Offlc 'J'hon, J 74. 3 3 Kesldtno 'Phone 8 39. m m m LOCAL NEWS. '3 All wool Sweaters at the "Famous" for $1.00. Private money to loan by Chas. Kavanaugh. I you want a Sewing Machine go to t,he Famous. Dr. J. K. Callicotte was a Kansas Cf.ty visitor Tuesday, f Miss Minnie Koch of Stover was a visitor in this city Wednesday. The County Pension Board held a session in this city Wednesday. A. L. Ivy of Excelsior spent a part of the day in this city last Sunday. Mrs. Phoeba Harrison spent a part of the week with her daughter in Iberia. The "Bloomer Girls" base ball club of Kansas City will be here on May 8. D. C. Hardy, Jr., was in St. I.ouis two days this week looking after bus iness matters. Dentist J. W. Bowles of Tipton was looking after business matters in this city Tuesday. Democratic...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 May 1906

The Democrat. 11 It. V. TILLMAN, VERSAILLES, A 1 MISSOURI That gun crow on the Pennsylvania, which made IT hlt3 In a mlnuta ought to ho signed hy somo astute baseball manager. There 1b always a deposition In thoso who have them to claim that gray hairs are moro a mark of Buffer ing than of ago. "There Is no place llko homo." Refu gees from Vesuvius aro Bald to bo al ready moving back to their old places on the mountain sides. At the ago of 37 thcro died In 1703 a clerk of the Hank of England who was raid to have been nearly seven and cno-hnlf feet high. Quito a number of congressmen aro announcing their purpose to retire. And there bo many who will retire, although they are not announcing tho fact. During Queen Anne's reign thcro was shown In London and other parts of England a mo3t peculiar anomaly a German giantess without hands or feet who threaded a needle, cut gloves, etc. Last year 1,2S." tigers, 0,370 pan Ihcrs and loepards, 2,000 bears and 2.0SG wolves were killed In India; ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 May 1906

CLASS DISTINCTION EARTHQUAKE AT SAN FRANCIS CO PLACES RICH AND POOR ON SAKE LEVEL. SIDELIGHTS ON THE GREAT CATASTROPHE millionaire and Pauper Now Friends Business Being Conducted Amid the RuinB Heir to Wealth Born i on Sidewalk. t San Francisco, Cal. This town is "on the level" in every tense of the 'word, writes Richard Barry. You can wtand on Tar flat and see Telegraph .'bill with no obstruction but a few I ekyscraper skeletons. South of Van j heads in San Francisco together for iNess avenue it is not even a junk heap, j the immediate relief of the afflicted. INo more ghouls are shot because there A week ago as tho bosses rcspcctlve lo nothing to steal, and they will have ly of tho Republican and Democratic rto pay men to carry off the smashed ranks, America could have afforded 'bricks. Russian, Telegraph and Nob j no more striking instance of deadly Ihllls, which formerly mado such I rivalry than would havo been adduced a magnlllcent metropolitan saddle by mention of these two na...

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

POPPER'S EMPORIUM! The Height of the Season and Fashion. Embroidered Waists. Hardly necessary to inform you that they are the most up-to-date. We have a full line of Embroidered Waists in patterns. Prices from $1.25 to $5.00. POPPER'S For Embridered Waists Shoe Department. Our Shoe Department repre sents the best makes of Shoes on the market. Our Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords are the most stylish out, and our children's shoes and slippers are second to none. Our men's work and dress shoes have no competition. Popper's for Shoes. Our Notion Department. See our line of Wash Belts, Wash Bags, Silk Gloves in reg ular, elbow and afm lengths. See our line of ladies', misses', children's and men's Hosiery. Popper's for Notions. DRESS GOODS. Not a stone has been left un turned without seeing what there was below it. Every corner of the market in the entire east has been searched in order to have the best and most up-to-date for our trade. Popper's for Dress Goods. WHITE GOODS. The height of the...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 May 1906

1 When You Want LUMBER Don't forget that it pay to see me before you buy. H. F. Abell. WILL INCREASE HIS SHARES. W. G. Oberst of Memphis, Tenn., a Stockholder liTthe New Coal Company Elated with What he Found In Morgan. W. O. Oberst of Memphis, Ten nessee, called at the Democrat office last Saturday morning and we found him to be a bright up-to-thc-times business man. Mr. Oberst is one of the stockholders in the new Missouri Cannel Coal Co., and stated that he had gone over the extensive fields which the promoters of the enterprise )iad recently acquired, and he felt so well pleased with the investment that he had increased his shares of stock considerably. He showed us the list of bone fide .stockholders who had subscribed and gave positive evidence that the com pany have plenty of capital to fully develop the difierent "good things" which they had located on the prop erty, and no time would be lost in getting the machinery into operation. The large body of land which in cludes the...

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. — 4 May 1906

AWFUL SUFFERING sTrcm Dreadful Pains from Wound om Jfoot System All Sun Down Miraculous Curo by Cuticura. "Wordfi cannot spcm: highly enough fof the Cuticura Kcinedics. 1 am now seventy-two years of nt'o. My system had liccn nil run down. Aly hlood was bo bad that blood poisoning hnd set In. 1 hod ncvcrnl doctorn nttrwliiiff me, do finally 1 vent to the hospital, where I was laid ip for two months. My foot and ankle weio almost beyond ucognition. Dark blood llowcd out of wounds in many places, and I was fo disheartened that I thought surely my lait chance was slowly leaving inc. As the foot did not im prove, you can readily imagine how 1 felt. 1 was simply disgusted and tired f life. 1 .stood tliia 'pain, which was dreadful, for kix months, and during this time I was not able to wear a choe and not able to work. .Some ono t.poke to me ibout Cuticura. The consequences were I hoiight a tct of the Cuticura Remedies of one of my friends who was a druggibt, and the praise that I gave aft...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 May 1906

1 A SHORTAGE IN THE FOOD SUPPLY PEELING AKIN TO CONSTEXNA TION IN SAN FRANCISCO. THE FINANCIAL PROBLEM The Vnat Contribution Da Xot Seem ( Dc FIiMvlnit Very Ititnldly Into the IIuiiiN of the H llel Committee. backache, "The Blues" Both Symptoms of Organic Derangement tn Women Thousands of Sufferers Find ReileC San Francisco, May 1. A feeling akin to consternation was created at tho meeting of tho general municipal com mittee Monday, when Mayor Schmltz itatcd that tho city faced a shortago In the food supply. It had been the pop ular belief, and that of many officials also, that Sail Francisco, through tho generous aid cf tho nation, had been placed In a position above want for a long time to come, anil tho mayor's declaration camo in tho nature of a painful surprise. Ilclli'f StipiilicH In Oakland. It was decided at a conference held by Gov. Pardee, Congressman Kahn, Gen. Greely and Mayor Mott of Oakland that the distribution of relief supplies in Oakland should bo also plated under...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 May 1906

The Fair Always Headquarters for Gent's Furnishing' Goods. Come iti and see the new Collegian Suits for men. ' $12 to Single and Double Breasted $20. We are also Agents for the best Tailor ing Houses in the country, and we guar antee a perfect fit or no sale. R. CSL W. Pants $3 and $3.50 Monarch and Fountain, $1.00. or detached. i3Iliri3 Cuffs and Collars attached Crossett Shoes $3.50 and $4.00 Dl.lftAdkfiSoai i Clothing wnipanj Neckties, all varieties, 25cts and 50cts Hose, for Ladies and Misses, in black and white, lace and plain, price per pair, 15, 25, 35 and 50c. w r pCwrnfMl90br DnUAflariSoM CMti'uig Conpan; WhtuliH Come in and inspect, J. A, PETTY & CO. D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over Kirst National Hunk, Versailles, Mo. Prompt service anil first-cla-.-; work to all patrons. Phone 37. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Start in next Sunday with the Sun ,lay Post-Dispatch. 'Phone UJ or JIlo and have the paper left at your door, only 5c per copy. Wak...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 May 1906

day night for his home in Windsor. , ... . . . visit.withlorjancfttfnly rc SUPPLEMENT TO THE! Morgan County Democrat Seventh Year. VERSAILLES, MO., FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1906. No. 18. Real Estate Transfers. Char. W. Kavanaugh, the abstrater notary public, insurance and rent estate agent, reports the following transfers of real estate since our last issue : H. 1'. Tryon to L. L. Burge lot 0 of lilk. 4 St. Clair Add, to Versailles, Mo. $.1(10. Herman Bohling and wife to C. R. Wilson 80 acres in Sec. 11, iH, 19, $1500. Taswall Woody to G. II. Shelton 380 acresSecs. 5, 6, 40, 10, $3000. Henry Tambke & wife to II. W. Brandt lots 17, 18, of Blk. 4 Stover, Mo. $120. Henry Tambke and wife to Fred Stenerve lots 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, & io, of Blk. 3 Stover, Mo. $1750. B. C. Gerber & wife to J. W. Hutch inson 1G0 acres in Sec. 12, 43, I7, $7200. Louis Mueller & wife to John Zulauf 90 acres in Sec. 25, .36, 45, & 18, $0550. C. H. Mason & wife to D. C. Hardy Jr. Unci. yt of E. J4 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 May 1906

;entsfor the best Tailor liiliaiHlll -II MriMJlSilQgJohncws-our representaJ. $150,000 Spent For Novels A. T TlHE ST. LOUIS SUINDAT FU51-D1S-1 I PATCH has purchased the latest work of the World's Great Masters of Fiction twelve novels by twelve men and women who have earned by successive hits the right to lead the army of romance writers of todayRobert Barr, Mrs. Burton Harrison, E. F. Benson, Mary E. Wilkins- Freeman, Eden Philpotts, Anna Katherine Green, Ian Maclaren, John Oliver Hobbes, Max Pemberton, Amelia E. Barr, C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne and Gertrude Atherton six American women and six English men. These novels will be printed in the St. Louis Sunday Post-Dispatch befor their publication in book form. Each novel costs the publisher as much as a plendidly stocked farm or a city mansion, yet each one will be given free to all readers of this incomparable newspaper, in special supplements. Kach supple inent will contain one-fourth of a complete, unabridged novel. The first novel of t...

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. — 11 May 1906

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, May 11, 1900. No. 19. 8 m m m m m m m m H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office ''lion, 74. 3 Residence 'Mhon 9 89. I m LOCAL NEWS. All wool Sweaters at the "Famous" for $1.00. Private money to loan by Chas. Kavanaugh. If you want a Sewing Machine go to, the Famous. j Dr. Gibbs of l'roctor was a visitor fjii this city last Sunday. Prof. John M. Stith of Todd was a (Versailles visitor Tuesday. M. Joachimi was looking after bus iness matters in St. Louis this week. The Hrick Plant was closed down part of the past week for lack of coal. The date fixed for the Bunccton Fair this year is August 20, 30 and 31. Fresh strawberries, pineapples and fruits of all kinds at the Palace Grocery. P. C. Riffle of Gladstone was trans acting legal business in this city Tuesday. The regular May term of county court was in session at the court house this week. Ke...

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. — 11 May 1906

AW The Democrat. Br . V. TILLMAN. .VERSAILLES, MISSOURI For many years florists have tried !n vain to produce a perfectly black flower. Norwny has fewer arrests In pro portion to population tttan any othai country. To cure a ilngworrn apply a strong Mlutlon of liorax and water thres times a day and cover the place with the lino powder very often. Turpentine Is one of the best reme dies for croup. A piece of flannel should be rat n nil wl with It and placed on the child's throat anil chest. Statistics recently compiled by the various automolille associations show that there are about 53,000 motor cars. In use In tills country, the Unit cost of which nggugatod $70,000,000, liecause of unpaid poll taxes only six citizens are qualified to vote at the coming election in Virginia Reach, Va. A mayor and a town council of six are to bo choicn, some howi One of the dlsquallfl. voters Is the present mayor. Silk was llrst made by Si-Lang, wlfo of Hoang-TI, emperor of China, II. C. 21100. A mom...

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. — 11 May 1906

Arc You Tired, Nervom and Sleepless? Nervousness and sleeplessness are cs sally due to the fact thnt the nerves are not fed on properly nourishing blood; they are ttarved ncrvos. Dr. Plcrco'a Golden Mod leal Discovery mnkei pure, rteh blood, and thereby tho nerves aro properly nourished and all tho organs of the body are run as smoothly as machin ery which runs in oil. In this way you fool clean, strong and strenuous you aro toned up and invigorated, and you are (food for a wholo lot of physical or montal work. Best of all, tho strength and in eroase in Tltallty and health aro lasting. Tho trouble- with most tonics and mod clnos which havo a targe, booming sale for a short timo, is thnt they aro largely composed of alcohol holding tho drugs In solution. This alcohol shrinks up tho rod blood corpuscles, and In tho long run greatly injures tho system. Ono may fool exhilarated and bettor for tho tlmo being, Sot In tho end weakened and with vitality ccrcasod. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical...

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. — 11 May 1906

POPPER'S EMPORIUM ! The Height of the Season and Fashion. Embroidered Waists anc Oxfords are most stylisl1 DRESJP GOODS. to none. No matter where you out an(j our children's shoes and Not a stone has been left tin- S or wliat yu sec tllcy are a11 Hardly necessary to inform slippers are second to none. Our turned without seeing what there here and ready to show vou. you that they are the most up-to- men's work and dress shoes was below it. Every corner of Popper's for White Goods. date. .We have a full line or have no competition. tj,e market in the entire east Embroidered Waists in patterns. poppePs for Shoes. has been searched in order' to CLOTHING Prices from $1.25 to $5.00. have the best and most up-to-date c , , ' . , f - fj 1 borne people call them hand- POPPER'S Our Notion Department. ZJa L n n a me-downs; our Clothing in the For Embridered Waists gee ouf ine of Wash BeltSf Poppers for Dress Goods. pa8t few days has bcenbwiiat we ZT " 7 Wash Bags, 'Silk Gloves in reg- WHITE GO...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 11 May 1906

Democratic mass meeting of the voters of Versailles precinct wilt be held at the court house tomorrow '(Saturday) afternoon at 1:30 o'clock to select delegates to attend the con vention in this city Monday to elect delegates to the State, Judicial and Senatorial conventions. Versailles is entitled to fifteen delegates. WALNUT GROVE. Mrs. A. D. Driver's children have ihe whooping cough. Miss Freda Zimmerman is making her home at John Wood's. O. W. Carter and family were in this vicinity last Sunday evening. Rev. Daniel Kanffman has been sick hut is reported to he improving. Hev. J. Hd. Sims has been visiting relatives and friends in this section. J. D. Mooie will, move his family to town for the purpose of schooling his children. Mr. and Mrs Drunk of Ohio are visit ing here. Mrs. Drunk is a ueice of Rev. David Bowman. Several applicants have applied for Walnut Grove but at this wiiting, none liave been chosen. A social singing was given at Uncle John Driver's last Tuesday night. he y...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 11 May 1906

GARFIELD'S REPORT SENT TO CONGRESS PRESIDENT ACCOMPANIES XX WITH SPECIAL MESSAOB. FREIGHT RATES AND OIL. Itatement Mm tip That Hie Depart went of Justice Will Take lp tlie Question of Inatltnt Iiik I'roaectitlona. Wauhlngton. President Roosevelt has transmitted to congress tho re port of James It. Carileltl, com missioner of corporations, giving tbo resulta of his investigation of tho subject of transportation and freight rates in connection with, tho oil industry. In his message tho president expresses the vlow that tho report is of capital Importance, be cause of the '.'ffort now being made to securo such enlargement of the pow ers of the Interstate commerce- com mission as will confer upon the com mission power in some measure ade quate to meet tho clcarly-demon-etrated needs of tho situation. The facts set forth in tho report, he de clares, arc for tho most part not dis puted. That tho Standard Oil Co. has benefitted enormously up almost to the present moment by secret rates, ma...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 11 May 1906

imttmtfmmtm MISSOURI STATE NEWS I.onar Jonrnr)- of a flotttr. Cnptnln A. E. Asbury, president of the American bunk, of HlgglnHvlllo hns returned from Coroutulo, Flu., uf iftcr spending Ave months ou the sea ihorc. Ho placed his card In a quart bottle and tightly pushed the cork in. In the Prcsenco of n number of guests of th6 hotel where he was stopping he cast (he bottle Into the bay, which was three miles from the sea. Tho tide was receding and tho bottle was swept Into tho ocenn. He thought no moro of the incident until he received a letter from Boston, Mass, announc ing the finding of tho bottle by Nancy McFarland of that city. As there wa nothing on the card to show where it was cast Into the water, the writer of the letter jumped to the natural con clusion that the bottle had floated down the Missouri and Mississippi rivers to the Gulf bf Mexico, from there to the gulf stream and up ulong the coast of Massachusetts. Lilt cut .Mittrliniiiiltil OfTi-r, A young dentist of Macon i...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 11 May 1906

EXPLANATIONS won't go If you find out you have been deliberately cheated. If you sk for all tlic best goods and get poor you're mad. We don't have to offer explanations about the POULTRY FOOD we .sell. We know it is bound to stand the tests of our rcprescnta tio n s. W h a t's more our stock now ready lias wonderful values. The food beyond o o m a r e a n d prices down and out of sight. Muntzel Drug Co D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in eotiier rooms on second floor over first National Hank, Versailles, Mo. Prompt hrviec mid first-class work to all patrons. Phone 37. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. A good line of overcoats for men at the Famous. L. V. Bcanland states that his fine horse, '"John Walnut," now in train ing at Windsor is making a splendid showing and will prove a surprise in the speed ring this fall. The horse will be entered in some of the best events this season. Winnie Oliver, while trying his hand at some athletic feats one day last week lost his bearings and the flip-flop wa...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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