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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 18 May 1906

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. SEVENTH YEAR. Versailles, MoM Friday Morning. May 18, 1906. No. 20. S H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. m m JJ Ofllce Phon. J 74. Resld.nc. 'Phfin 39. LOCAL NEWS. f 5. All wool Sweaters at the "Famous" for S1.00. Private money to loan by Chas. Kavanaugh If you want a Sewing Machine go to the Famous. The Versailles public schools close this (Friday) afternoon. A. Popper was looking after busi ness matters in St. Louis this week. i Fresh strawberries, pineapples and fruits of all kinds at the Palace Orocery. Hon. A. I.. Ross and daughter Mae, returned Monday from their visit in New Mexico. Dr. J. D. Hubbard went over to Syracuse Monday to recreate for a lew hours with old friends. A girl baby arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Padgett Tuesday morning, but died that evening. Archie Tones came in from I'ldo- rado Springs last Saturday to make a brief visit with Versailles relatives and ...

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. — 18 May 1906

L HAS PASSED AWAY AN ACTIVE AND EVENTFUL OA BEER TERMINATED. A GERMAN REVOLUTIONIST 111 AniPrlrnii Oireer Covered th L'fillliiK "f !" Holdlar, rolltl clnii, Dlliliirnnt, Aathor d Journalist. New York, May 15. Carl Scriur, widely known ns a publicist, former cabinet member and former United States senator from Missouri, died at his home In this city at 4:35 o'clock Monday morning. Death was duo to a complication of diseases following an attack of stomach trouble, which became acute Thursday last. In spite of brief periods of seeming improvement Schurz slowly failed and Sunday afternoon sank into a state of coma, whlrh continued until the end. At the bedside- wero a son, Carl L., and two daughters, Marianne and Agatha; Edward U. Pretorltis, of tho St. Louis Wcstllchc Post, In which Schurz was still a stockholder, and Doctors Jacobl and Strauss. Illnuriiitlilcnl. Schurz was born at Llblnr, Prussia, 77 years ago, He was educated at Cologne and at the University of Bonn. With Gottfried K...

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. — 18 May 1906

A RIGHT TO GOOD ROADS. IT Industrial Class In Country Men Entitled to Help Than Farm iag Communities. If this is a government of, by ant for the people, it ia time to cast about and see whether its functions are be Ing faithfully exercised. There ait ninety million peoplo in the Unltef State?, and more than one-third a these are engaged In agricultural pursuits. Upon this latter class at the others depend for the nccessarlei of life, and according as condltfoni are goad or bad about tho agrlcul tural classes, all the others aro af fected. Prosperity in tho farming world means prosperity in the Indus trial and the mercantile world. Whcr the farmers suffer, the disastei reaches In somo measure to ever) man, woman and child in the country There is no way to honestly put out of Bight tho Interdependence ol our people, and yet the one class thai could live absotuctly without the ex istencc of any of the other classes li the farming community. In view of these self-evident truths it doef ...

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. — 18 May 1906

POPPER'S EMPORIUM! The Height of the Season and Fashion. Embroidered Waists an Oxfords are 1M0St stylish DRESS GOODS. to none. No matter where you out, and our children's shoes and Not a stone has been left un- go or what you see, they are all Hardly necessary to inform slippers are second to none. Our turned without seeing what there here ancl ready to show you. 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 ot have no competition. tle market in the entire east Embroidered Waists in patterns. popper9 for Shoes. has been searched in order to CLOTHING Prices from $1.25 to $5.00. have the and t up.to.date c , ' , ' , , , tn f,jIt 1 Some people call them nand- POPPER'S our Notion .Department. fr our radfe' me-downs; our Clothing in the For Embridered Waists gee ouf 1ne of Wagh BehSj Poppers for Dress Goods. past few days has been what we " 7 Wash Bags, Silk Gloves in reg- WHITE GOODS cal1 na...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 18 May 1906

Birthday Celebration. On Saturday night, May 12, 1006, tlic friends, relatives and neighbors assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Todd, on the Moreau north of Versailles for the purpose of celebrating the 21st birthday anniver sary of their second son, John Todd. The affair was a surprise so far as John was concerned as he was not aware of the unusual proceeding un til the friends began to assemble. He surmised that a few of the neigh bors might drop in, but he had no thought of so many doing him honor, or of the preparations being made for the occasion. There were nearly one Hundred present, some coming from quite a distance. The anniver sary was suitably celebrated each and every one indulging in the social features with evident pleasure. Abundant refreshments were serv cd, there being a variety of cakes, strawberies, lemonade and side dishes to appease the appetites of the many guests and no one seemed to enjoy the occasion more than did the young host. At the conclusion o...

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. — 18 May 1906

The Democrat. Mr II. F. TILLMAN. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI In 50 years the average height of lirllltvli men 1ms risen an Inch, to 5 foot 8, Inches. There Ir a great demand for flax all ovor the world, and a great effort la being made f induce Americana to cultivate It. China, following Japan's example, Is Heading laigo numbers of Rtiidents to Croat Drllnln and tho continent of L'uro)C. They go to tho chief Indus trial centers. Tho Chinese detective force In a secret body, mid tho best organized In tho world, Its members keep an eye on every man, woman or child, and, In addition, watch on 3 unotlior. Miss llelh; .MeTyre, of Chesterfield. Vn recently killed a largo englo which had been feasting for some timo on her chickens. Tho eagle measured 5 feet 0 inches from wing to wing. It Is i epoil rd that tho disaster in San Francisco has resulted in many weddings. Women, driven out of their homes ami left destitute, have ap pealed to the men to whom they wero engaged, and marriages have been Im...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 18 May 1906

ftMaJiXuFterrrmjfiS "i y - CORDIAL INVITATION ADDRE8SEDT0 WORKING GIRLS UlM Barrows Tells How Mrs. Pink, ham's Advlos Helps Working Girls. Girls who work are particularly susceptible to fe rn a 1 e disorders, especially thoso who nro obliged to stand on their fect from morn injr until night in stores or factories. Day in and day out the, ijlrl tolls. and she is often the bread-winner of the family. Whether she is sick or well, whether it rainB or shines, she must pet to her place of employment, perform the duties exacted or her smile and bo agreeable. Among thin class the symptoms of female diseases are early manifest by weak and aching bochs, pain in the lower limbs anil lower part of the Stomach. In consequence of frequent wetting of the fect, periods becomo painful and irregular, nnd frequently thero are faint and dizzy spells, with loss of appetite, until life is a burden. All the.so symptoms point to a de rangement of the femalo organism which can ho easily and promptly cured b...

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. — 18 May 1906

EXPLANATIONS won't go if you fintl out you have been deliberately chcHteil. If you j.sk for all the best goods anil 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 represcnta tio n s. W h a t's more our .stock now ready has wonderful values. The fooil beyond o in p a re and prices down and out of sight. Muntzel Drug Co D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office ill corner rooms on second floor over First National Hunk, Versailles, Mo. Prompt service nnil first-class work to all pitrons. Phone .Y7. Christian Church. A meeting of the members of the Christian church is called to meet at the church in this city this (Friday) veiling, May IS at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of m iking such arrangements as may be desired or necessary for the holding ot a gospel meeting to begin Sunday, May 27. as arranged .by the elders and deacons and to be ratified by the congregation. A. I.. Ross, Clerk. Will Have Winning Team...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 25 May 1906

County Democrat. Morgan CENTRAL. MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. m to If 1 Seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, May 25. 1906. No. 21. EXPLAINATIOHS won't go if you find out you have been deliberately cheated. If you ask for all the best goods and get poor you're mad. We don't have to offer explanations about the POULTRY FOOD we sell. Wc know it is bound to stand the tests of our represcnta tio n s. W h a t's more our stock now ready has wonderful values. The food beyond c o m p a r e and prices down and out of sight. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. Th Clan of 1900 of Versailles High School Acquit Themselves With Just Honors Tuesday Night. sentiments expressed In connection with the subjects rendered so grace fully, and making their future lives conform to the highest standard of the ideals beautifully set forth in their de.'ptoncd orations. Muntzel Drug Co H. K. ENLOE, jj m 5 RESIDENT DENTIST. J OtfW 'Phont KfslJtnrc 'Phone S 39- 3 9 LOCAL NEWS. V...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 25 May 1906

The Democrat. lly II. I. TILLMAN. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI Road of the Grafter. The road of the gi after Is not un easy one. The tcinpttitfon to graft Is ln Bidlous, and men who mean to conduct themselves with honesty and dignity nay be betrayed Into IL "Modern business methods" Is a sufficiently euphonious term to fool a brisk and am bitious man not too much given to re flection or bclf-oxaminatlon. And all goes well for n time. The bank account Increases, the man feels himself to bo shrewd. And, Influential; ho Is nble to put iilV'fainily "at the top of the heap;" honorsfcoriic easily to him, and young men are flatteied to be associated with him In business. Then, says The Head er, tho exposure conies. Those that have trusted him know him for what ho Is; his own specious plea of "the modern business method" sounds strangely Inadequate oven to himself. Ills name, which he hoped to sec as sociated in tho nilmls of men with great enterprises, and which ho expected lib) tuns to use as a s...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 25 May 1906

SENATE ADOPTS RATE BILL By a Practically Unanimous Vote, the Measure Re ceives Senatorial Assent, and Now Goes Back to the House For Concurrence in Amendments. Washington, May 19. After seven ty days of almost continuous deliber ation, the senate, Friday, at 4: S3 p. m. passed the railroad rate bill by tho practically unanimous vote ot 71 to 3. The three negative votes were cast by Senators Forakcr, republican, of Ohio, and Morgan and Pcttus, demo crats, Alabama. The Pnrpoae of the Bill. Tho principal purpose ot the rail road rate bill, passed Friday, Is to permit the Interstate, commerce com mission to fix rates. The provision conferring this authority Is found In tho fourth section of the bill which amends section 15 of the Interstate commerce law so as to accomplish this result. That section directs the commission to Investigate complaints of unjust and unreasonable charges on the part of the common carriers In the transportation of persons or property, or of regulations or of pr...

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. — 25 May 1906

POPPER'S EMPORIUM! The Height of the Season and Fashion. Embroidered Waists. j Hardly necessary to inform you that they are the most up-to- i date. We have a full line of ' Embroidered Waists in patterns. Prices from Si. 25 to $5.00. 1 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 arm 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 tin 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 h...

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. — 25 May 1906

J ye. it Re tt I pr it. 1 to r-5 iv "ire Camping at Webster's Lake. A party of old timers with Alf. Heineinan, Jas. B. Spurlock, Lewis I.umpec, John Hannay, Abb Offinier', Neil Reemcr and Kmtnet Dornan at the helm went to Webster's Lake (or an outing this week, and they were escorted to their camping grounds by Louis Jacobs, Dan Williams and Brownie Clark who returned the same evening, the old veterans stopping during a big portion of the week. They were determined to have fish if they had to drain all of South Morgan streams or trade their cargo of coun try bacon for them, as a fish-fry was on the bill of fare and ot course noth ing advertised could be left out even to Mannay's lurid, anecdote. May Play a Series of Games. Elmer Padgett, the crack catcher, went to Kldon last Sunday and caught the game for the Eldon team against California. The Eldon team won the game in the close score of 3 to 2. L). C. Hardy, Jr., Roy Thorpe, Dr. I). A. Yarneli,' John Padgett, Mar shall Vaughan, (l...

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. — 25 May 1906

TWICE-TOLD TESTIMONY. A Woman Who Haa.ataffartd Tells How to Find KelUf. The thousands of women who suffer backache, languor, urinary disorders and otner kidney Ills, will find com fort In the words of Mrs. Jane Far roll, of 606 Ocean Ave., Jersey City, N. J., who says: "I reiterate nil I have said before In praise of Doan's Kidney Pills. I had been having heavy backache and my general health was affected when I began using tlicm. My feet were swollen, my eyes puffed, and dizzy spoils were frequent. Kidney action was'irregular and tho .secretions high ly colored. To-day, however, I am a well woman, and I am confident that Doan's Kidney Tills have made me so, and nro keeping me weH." Sold by nil dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Locating the Blame. "My dear," said the trusting wife, "l don't think your rulea of economy re any good." "You don't?" asked tho fond hus band. "No," she replied, bending anew ever tho column of figures In her beautifully bound expens...

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. — 25 May 1906

mmmtmtwwf MISSOURI STATE NEWS 1 l.arite Ulft tu Knnana City. There were outbursts of expressions of Intense satisfaction from the board of park commissioners nt Kansas City when tho secretary turned ovor a warranty deed from Col. Thomas H. Swopo to the 1,354 acres embraced la Swopc park, with tho statement that Col. Swope would not Insist on an accounting of the last year's expendi tures of the board In Improving and beautifying the grounds. Mr. Dog gett's suggestion that Col. Swopo be Informed of tho board's appreciation of his gift and the high regard In which he Is held by the public was unanimously adopted. Ten years ago Col. Swope gave to tho city the vast grounds under an agreement that 5, 000 u year be expended on them for a period of ten years, and that when this arrangement was compiled with ho would glve it a deed. Tho city through its board of park commissioners, has complied with Its part of the contract, and Col. Swope is so well pleased that ho did not wish to tako adv...

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. — 25 May 1906

D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over 1'irst Niition.il Hunk, Versailles), Mo. Prompt wrvice ami first-cLiM work to nil patrons. Phone .17. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. A good line of straw hats for men at the Famous. Keep your eye on Oilson's Palace ' Virocery for strawberries, pineapples and fruits of nil kinds. The Seventh Day Advcntists will ramp here from July 30 to August 15 and K. M. Stewart who has the matter in charge writes that all arrangements for their tented season at Alum Well Park have been per fected. Miss Flattie Thorpe lost a fine gold watch Monday night on her way home from the opera house. Luckily the watch was found on the street by a colored man and turned over to City Marshal Duccy, who delivered it to the owner Tuesday. Prof. J. A. I.ivesay, Attorney L M. Carter and Rev. K. K. Wolfe left Wednesday for Amhold's lake for a few flays outing, and with this trio of Methodist on deck, a preacher and two laymen, not only will the fish suffer...

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. — 1 June 1906

f Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh Year. Versailles, MoM Friday Morning, June 1, 1906. No. 22. 1 explainAtions won't go if you find out you have been deliberately cheated. If you ask for nil the best goods and get poor you're mad. We don't have to offer explanations about the POULTRY FOOD wc sell. We know it is bound to stand the tests of our represcnta tio n s. W h a t's more our stock now ready has wonderful values. The food beyond o m p a r c an d prices down and out of jiight. Muntzel Drug Co H. K. ENLOE, m m m m m 2 g 74; .. ...... 2 5 llMftltftllftftftllftKftllftftltftftft tf 0 RESIDENT DENTIST. JJ 5 LOCAL NEWS. j All wool Sweaters at the "Famous" for $1.00. Private money to loan by Chas. Knvanaugli. Joe Milburn of Ghnstcd was tran saeting business in this city Monday. 1'rysh strawberries, pineapples and fruits of all kinds at the Palace (Sroeery. iiob lieale, Jim Hubbard and Horari Holder are coaxing the...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 June 1906

YOUNG WIDOW WILL FIGHT FOR MILLIONS OF HER FATHER-IN-LAW OfcjKitlcn of Estate of Samuel S. Brown, Pittsburg Magnate, Reveals Scandal. LEFT MUCH MONEY TO HIS LATEST PET Girl at the. Last Supplanted Wife of Dead Son tn the Old Mail's Affections-Will Was Made as He Lay on His Death Bed. "I3etter nn old man's darling than a young man's slave," runs the old Song. Probably Martha K. Lewis will con cur, but Mrs. Orace McGoodwln Brown, dauphter-ln-law of the late Samuel S. Drown, Smoky City mag nate and multl-mllllonaire, can hard ly bo expected to. Idolized and petted by her father-In-law for 15 years, taught to con elder herself his heiress, and Intro duced every wheic as his daughter, she finds herself left u paltry $30,000, whllo her supplnntcr, Martha E. Lewis, has been given a sum exceed ing $250,000. And a contest In the courts which lively estimated at 120,000,000, He also left a will which Is the bone of contention. Mrs. Iirown, young widow of the dead magnate's only son, had been ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 June 1906

I MISSOORI STATE NEWS Will be .o tixtni Srnalaii. The committee appointed by the good roads convention of county Judges at Columbia to present tha wishes of the convention to Uov. I 'oik called on the governor at his private office. Gov. Folk explained to the committee his position in the rmitt'jr. He said that he had made more good road speeches than nny other 12 men in the state; that he hnd made such speeches in connection with other sub jects In almost every county In tlio state. "Tho governor cannot call 11:1 extra session of the legislature at hit whim. It can be called only on ex traordinary occasions. If an extra ses sion should be called at this time, there would bo no definite plan and It would bo difficult for the members to agree. I want to do all ! can for the betterment of tho country roads. That Is one thing I want to accomplish during my administration. As I tee It, this same emergency has existed for a quarter of a century, and I could hardly explain to tho citizens...

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. — 1 June 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 arm 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
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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