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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 22 July 1909

hove. Love? I vlll tell thee what It It to love It Is to build with human thoughts a shrine, Where Hope sits brooding like a beauteous dove Where time seems young, and like a thing divine. Yes, this Is love the steadfast and the true, The Immortal glory which hath never set; The best, the brightest boon the heart e'er knew Of all life's sweets, the very sweetest yetl Charles Swain. DOC Plato Dobbs Tricky Ways By Benjamin Franklin Napheys 3QC (Copyrlsht. by Dully Story rub. Co,) Plato Dobbs lay with his head Just visible beneath the patchwork quilt, and one arm stretched across the tup of the covers. His fist was clenched, and whenever ho emitted an unusu ally loud snore ho wrathfully Bnioto the bed clothing. Plato was evidently having unpleasant experiences In tho land of droaniH. His wife, clnd in a dressing gown, Bat on the edgo of tho bed, watching "him. Sho made no move to arouse Plato from his uneasy slumbers, how over; and when a light tap Founded at the bedroom door sho opene...

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. — 22 July 1909

The Republican, (Successor to Tim Dkmochat.) W. W. K1NL0CH, Proprietor. Entered In t'.ie Post Office at Versailles, Missouri its ccom1 class mail matter. Subscription Trice fl.Of) a Year, Phone No. 133-, Advertising Rntcs. l)lttny mbtrtHsit: by tlie J e-ni . to avci.igc lour hiclif or ni'irc. M',c. p;r incli cacIi Is-uc I'lufissiomil citS. one Incli, S'l i-tnln Ier iiioiilliitoitic.'i" ' cent pet inoiilli. licaln-fivr liti'i. or over, J cent per line for Iml lnetllon .' r llnr f ,r e.icli Mi1ciiiciit iiiMjllim In M icV type lu cuit icr line for lUft liiktrlioti, in'.t- per liiie for c.ich nubw H'i;nt linctlluti Vl!"' 11 le!inl rntcji. rrcin1 rates mi pnue ticlvcrll-iiiutiti. The County Printing. County Clerk I.uinpee, by order of the County Court, let the contract lust week for publishing the financial statement of Morgan County for 1008. The bid of the Ri:pi;iii.ic,v. was foO.OD. that of Uie Statesman $18.00, the Leader not bidding,, being able to pay its bills without as sistance ...

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. — 22 July 1909

m m DrcmrrJT ncNTisr. H. K. ENLOE, 2 Olllc 'Phon 2 74. i Rttldtnct 'Phone 39. ftitii)iiiRftftftftftftftnftftftii 5 LOCAL NEWS. 3 0 Go to E. A. Williams for Bananas anil Oranges. The city council held a special session Wednesday night. Eupion Oil is the 'best for all pur poses, especially the incubator, 5 gallons (or 00 cents, at E. A. Wil liams'. J. H. H. Baker was quite sick last week, but we are glad to say he was able to teach his class Sunday. When he is not there he is missed. Mr. Ed Petty, the enterprising stockman and farmer, threshed his wheat Monday. He had 20 acres of wheat which made 029 bushels, or 31 1-2 bushels per acre. Next. Mrs. F. A. White and son expect to leave Friday for a visit with rela tives at Chicago. F. A. will ac company them part of the way, and then take a trip through the south west. That John T. Doty, of Excelsior, is a peculiar chap, for while in the city Snurday he made us a social call, turning it into a business visit before he left by depositing ...

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. — 22 July 1909

Dainty GlItLK who nri' making their trousseaux will ho lull r stcd In this very iliiiniy underline n, which, although being vor pretty, 1b quite simple iiml practical 'lhi' drawers at top 'ornor arc a I'rcnch pattern, trimmed with vnhmionnos lac - anil embroidery beading. Tho chemise below has yoke ol Insertion, headed hy bending; then minus a nightgown, trimmed with iiisiillon and tucks. The camisole at top is for evening wear, mid Is made in piece embroidery, with Insertion shoulder straps. T'm lower camisole has a yoke of insertion; the combinations are to match, and have French legs The Kmplro bodice of tho nightdress is of piece em broidery. Material required: Drawers: 2 yards 30 inches wide, 2 yards vnlcn yard heading, I yntds ilbbon, Camisole: .id :u; Indies wld yards rihiion, 2-j yards lace. Nightdress: f, yards III! Inches wide, Cniui.olo: 'i yard V.G inches wide, : embroidery edging, :' ,ards ribbon. Camisole: 1 y.iid ombioldcry IS Inches wide, 2 yards bunding, 1 yard 2 Vf...

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. — 22 July 1909

Paul Chief Missionary at Athens Saul 17 Sclool Ltuon for aj 25, 1909 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TKXT.-Acta 17:10-31. Mem ory verso 23 QOI.DEN TKXT.-"Clocl Li a spirit: nnd they that worship lilm must worship him In uptrlt and truth." TIME. A. D. Dl. PLACE. Athens, the capital of drrecB and 0110 of the most icnowned and In fluential cltk'H In the history of tho world. Suggestion and Practical Thought. 1. Athens In St. Paul's tiny. Driven from Boroa, as wo learned In our last lesson, Paul came to Athens In Qreecc. As he walked from the Piraeus, where he landed, along the new road to tho city, ho saw raised nt Intervals altars to tho unknown gods. As tho city of Athens enme Into his view his soul must have been filled with the deepest emotions. lie had seen Jerusalem, the most Influential city In tho world for religion; he longed to go to Home, which stood nbovo all others In power, In law, in Imperial sway, tho capital of tho world; but now he was to gaze upon the city w...

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. — 22 July 1909

local Option Bars Even Hard Cider. Not even "hard cider." a favorite drink in the country districts, nor fer mented gt.ipe wine may be sold law fully in local optio'fi territory, acced ing 'to a decision Tuesday by Judge 'Norton! in the case of Krnest Jaeger wf Neosho. Newton County. Mo., who was jirnseCutcd for selling home made grape wine and fined $300. Jaeger appealed. Nun ton County, cxcc)t Neosho, is dry. Jjeger nwned a vineyard and inanuf.n lured wine, which he sold to bis neighbor- or others who felt like taking a little "nip" now and then. He was pio-ecntcd for selling an in toxicant in violation of the local tion laws. His attorneys claimed home-made wine is exempted under the drain-hop laws. Judge Noitoni held that the local option l.is supplant the general 'dramshop lav in counties or cities which ote mil saloons. The judge said Jaeger ould have sold his wine for sacramental purposes, anil sagely remaikcd, "It is obvious that this wine Nas hot put to that nsW Can I'm luh...

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. — 29 July 1909

organ County lean CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Tenth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, July 29, 1909. No. 28. 1 f'J- Kepubi M For 1 ? Days Only Commencing' August 2, to 14. Onr Patrnrtsi Innlr fwitra vri f r on Annual f!laQYiTio Qoln unfh rwoofoTTMi because They are Always as Advertised. 4 f?,w i aim iSiMMhMiSd mm JB& & Gold Dollars 1 , i . y -V;v-o Bring the advertisement with you and see that you get as advertised. Gold Dollars a 4 n ric nr If you could get them you will likely take them. Now that - lb. USU WllCLb LUCSt? OfcilUS IlltJiXIi. VV C XlcXVCJ XlXdllV UUUS til fcM . r- y-v i i i 11 . TTT "J n win save you ou cents on tne cionar. w e neeu tiie room ana .-.il you need, or will need, the goods at the prices we make. Come early and get some OI tne flums. We quote you a lew oi our bargains. ArSir . mm Ji&MifrWt. V Men's and Boy's Suits Men's and Boy's high grade suits at such low prices you cannot afford to miss t...

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. — 29 July 1909

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI. It Ih wrong to rock the boat, but you may tip the waiter. Hay fever will be along presently to prove tliut summer In here. Ilefoie long there will re-echo the first cull fur the dog muzzle. Won't coino ono please Rtart the slmpllllcd spelling bee buzzing tu Tur key? A north pole explorer frequently find.') It much farther returning home than It was going. In Home nb'sorblng and disappointed quarters It Is suspected that the llttlo princess of Ornngo Is looked on ns more of a lemon. Have you over noticed that the man who adopts every health fad that comes along Is seldom a very well man? Show us a great man and wo will show you a man who was Just simply crazy to join a drum corps when ho was a boy. "Graft" being n Dutch word mean ing canal, wo are Inclined to think that the graft on Mars must have been something terrible. A Tiostoii man was arrested for laughing at a woman's big hat. Uos ton considers tho size ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 July 1909

ANGEL PARADISE By George (Copyright, by J. D. Lonesome Llnthlcum ana I sat In comfortable leather chairs before tho open fircplnco In the club rotunda. The talk had been of Paradise Paradise, Arizona, whoro Lonesome had spent some years as cow-puncher and miner before he mado his stake. In his hand was a letter from Pig Dili Jcrnlgan, an old comrade of those days, now known as tho Hon. William Jernlgan, member of con gress from tho sovereign state of Montana. Lonesome was reminiscent, and when oLnesomc Is reminiscent It behooved his friends to keep silence and glvo heed. .1 knew my cue, and this story was my reward: Tho Hon. William Jernlgan! Think of it! Old long-legged Ulg 11111 Jernl gan! Well, there's heaps, worso at Washington. Did I ever tell you about tho tlmo Pill and I mado faces at each other? No? It happened at Paradise. You remember what Saturday was at Paradise. Town full of punchers and miners, the punchers and miners full of liquor and devilment, and tho bar tenders f...

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. — 29 July 1909

The Republican, (Succesor to Tun Dhmocrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Kntcrcd.in the, IJost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Subscription Price fl.00 a Year. JPhon No. 135 Advertising Rates. Dlsplny sdvtrtliliiR liyMie yenr. to averse Jo ir Indie or nunc s'Jc. cr inch each Uf. I'mftiuiloiml caul-, one iiicli.'SO cent per m'liutijluo incur, ,mi"-' """ Locals five llii, or c-er cents per tine for fir.t lnitIoii!.'i5c. per line f reach titwcn,iicnt (ifeillon, In IjI.icI. type I" rintii icr line for first Invcrlloii, Sccnl tier Hue for each nilwe--pient Insertion. i.cKnlndvertlslitu at limit rates. s.-elnl rule on iwrc mli-irli-eliienlii. AFTER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. A quarter of a century ago we were Irving our one ami only year as pre--uling elder, on a largo district. Wo -t Idoin think of that year without be in;,' reminded of an old gentleman's answer to a friend who asked, how long he remained a widower before ' -. st-rond marriape? He responded; Four desola...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 July 1909

H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. I 12 Otflce 'Phoni 74. Rufitno 'Ihon 39. LOCAL NEWS'. s s Go to E. A. Williams for Hananas land Oranges. The chill in the air a few mornings I of last week made a fellow thiuk that Jack Frost was not far off. Eupion Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the mcuoator, o gallons for 00 cents, at E. A. Wil- lliatns'. The County Court will meet for the transaction of business next Monday, and as it is a regular term, we sup- Ipose they can hold it without a per mit from the editor of the Statesman, I but they better look a little out when it comes to adjourned and called terms. The members of Westminister C IK. had a very pleasant social time I Friday evening, splendid music being Ifurnished by the orchestra and choir, I and afterward ice cream, cake and ices served on the church lawn. The Social committee L'd, and may they not forget. T. M. Hunter thrashed out 1260 bushels of wheat last week, yielding 31 1-2 bushels per acre. That was good enough,...

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. — 29 July 1909

MOO TO AID OF MARINAj 8PANI8H WAR MINISTER FEARS MELILLA WILL FALL. Besiegers Use Explosive Bullets Which Mutilate TerriblyTroops in Panic. Madrid, Spain. Five thousand sol dlors have left Madrid to assist In putting down the icbelllon among tho ... . .. ....... i tribesmen in 1110 inn country in mo rocco. The minister of war Issued n state ment that the moblllution of rein, forcemonts for ticn. Marina Is pro. ceedlng so rapidly at least 24,000 troopH will be tiuu-pmtcd this week. But his declaration In tnkon with a "grain of naif," an the government Is seeking to allay the anger of the peo ple that arises not only out of the unpopularity of the war, but also from the charges that the go eminent was wholly unprepared for the war that is precipitated. (!en. Marina, who Is making a gal lant defense against the tribesmen be sieging Melllla. wired ho expected n furious attack any moment. There are but iftiou Spaniards and against these 110,000 fanatical tribesmen have itrlHcn, The fury ...

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. — 29 July 1909

WANTS HER LETTER PUBLISHED For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills Minneapolis, Minn. "I was a great offerer from femalo troubles which caused a weakness and broken down condition of the system. I read so muehofwhatLydia E.l'lukham'fl Veg etable Compound nau uono zor outer suffering women I felt sure it would help me, and I must say it did help me wonderfully. My rains all left me. I few stronger, and within three months was a perfectly well woman. "I want this letter made public to show the benefit women may derive from Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound." Mrs. John G. Moldan, 2115 Second St., North, Minneapolis, Minn. Thousands of unsolicited and genu, lno testimonials liko the above nrovo the efllcloncy of Lydia E. llnkham's Vegetablo Compound, which is made exclusively from roots and herbs. Women who suffer from tlioso dis. tressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt tho ability of Lydia E. Hnkham's Vegetable Compound to restore ...

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. — 29 July 1909

Tlin Royal Neighbors. The members of Versailles Camp, N. A., and , few friends, were very pleasantly entertained at the hospitable home of Mrs. Fred Heme riian Thurxlay evening. Music was furnished by the Versailles Orchestra, jn addition to the s'plendid music the most interesting feature of the even ing was a bountiful supply of ice cream and cake, to which full justice was done. Alter being assured by 'ir royal lioness that we yet had time to yet home before breakfast, we de parted, and arc anxiously awaiting (he c ond invitation. The Royal Neighbors held their regular meeting Friday night, July loth. After the usual business was tuiiiictrd and our committee to look n'tcr the si k had reported, we were finited by the refreshment committee . adjourn to the banquet hall to join in, the attack on the big supply of ice i ream ami cake, and being joined in the hall by number of our Hro. Unuilmcn. who are always anxious to v.a in on a good thing, did all we . uid to dear the tables. Th...

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. — 5 August 1909

Morgan County R TETMTTT VTSA'J, PROGRAM. For Two frays teacher's Meeting, Aug. 25 and 26. First my Morning Session. 9:00 Organization and enrollment. 9! 30 (icneral outline of plans for worn m county during coming year County Superintendent. 10:00 1 ne course of study: its use, value, alternation of work, Miss Minnie Hays And Dave Short. (Jen vral diienssion. 10:30 Recess. 10 :45 I he course of study ; Read ing, led by Floyd Rowland and James irown. Ceneral discussion. "'0 rive minute talks on """" "--u ny rreu Page and Revo Johnson. Oeneral liscns;ior S'Wl l. Att-KRNOON Sl-.SSION. 1 : 30 The course of study: spell ing, drawing and writing, led by Miss Ida I.eutjen. Mrs. X. K. Kidwell. O. 1 . Weaver and Thruston Hawks, i.eneral discussion. ! :oo Classification of the school : flasis ; irregular pupils. Outlinerl by Countv Smii'i-int...!,!...,. . . ...i i.. j ? (iii.im.iuii ny 2:45 Recess. 3:00 The course of Study; lan- KS. Al SS I II I'll U..nrL W tl School Records: 'IVnr..rc' CENTR...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 5 August 1909

THE BREAD LINE. BLACK CHAPTER Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCn, Publisher. FORGE HONDURAS TO PAY '5 iunv pi akis SPANKING AS A VERSAILLES. Missouri!. MEAN9 OF COLLECTING DEBTS. i i SPAIN HISTORY Pity tlio man whoso Hummer vaca tion Is over. FreckleiTnro to be had 'tor tho ask ins these (lnyB. HlHlory wUFrcfcr to lUoTns tho ern of tlio aeroplane. Then; Is enough sunburn for all at tlio bathing beaches Tin nPwTTirixinTof pToiTperlty has nwept clean the debris of the panic. Dully tin" dlvoiee courts aro prov ing t lint those who inmry In haste ilo not rir-r- much leisure for repentance. At this season L'l hourslnay he the difference between an overcoat and a bathing suit. Flying across tin- Kngihih channel ought to he an Improvement over swimming ncioss It. King l'etcrof Kervlu, who fell frow Ms lioiM', Is thankful that It was not Irom Ills throne. T.ike can.- of tin' "youthful ro inaiicc," mid the divorce iiuestlon will take care of llfelf. f'liliiaiiien have only themselves to...

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. — 5 August 1909

MOLLY KG, VV OJCAtTJCJ LLU571RATOm SY RAY WALTERS CHAPTER I. TIb not In my nature to bo cowed by any woman whatever. Therefore, when I found myself in the presence of my Lady Hawkshaw, In her Chinese drawing room, with her great black eyes glaring at me, and her huge black plume of feathers nodding at me, as she sat, enveloped In a vast black robo like a pall, I said to myself: "After all, she Is but a woman." $o I sUred back at her with all the cool ness In the world and I was a seeker nftor favor, too and but 14 years of age, and had only seven and sixpence In my pocket. The tall footman who stood behind Lady Hawkshaw's chair mado a grimace at rou; nnd I respond ed by a tierce look, as If I was about to run him through the body. "Jeamcs," said her ladyship, "go and make my compliments to Sir I'etcr Hawkshaw, and sny to him that his roistering kopt me awake half the night, and consequently I feel very 111 this morning; and that his great nephew, Master Richard Glyn from America, is...

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. — 5 August 1909

The Republican, (Successor to Thr Democrat.) W. W. .KINLOCH, Proprietor. Kutered In the Post Office at Versailles. Missouri as second class mnil matter. Subscription, 'tlce, 1.K a Year. Phont No. 105 Advertising Rates. DlpUyaiUetlliii(?, by Hie yrar. to Hvemse mr inclie or tnuic. H'Ac. per Inch each isiu-. l'rofiilonal c.inK ne lucli, fci cents per month; (no Indict, Tsccnlii per mntitli. t.ociilH lite liii'K. or over, j cent pe,r line for tl inwilloii; :', per Hue f ir each siiliwjurnt In-fitlnn. In Wail. (pe III ceMs per line for, Hint itiKerduii.ftcenbt per line for ech Mihae iicn( insertion. I,e(.il iiihritWiiR it kitnl rnte. R-clal tales wi l"'Ke wIvcrtlsciuniM Titf: Missouri Historical Review gives the tlefinition of I,owa as vSleepy ones." Guess it must be when dead, for our acquaintance with the live ones would go to prove truj.t they sleep with one eye open for the main chance. The Morgan County corn crop is like what the old toper said of red liquor, "It is all good, hut s...

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. — 5 August 1909

H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Olllr 'Phnna DMu 'm at It. MQ. 5 ; s . . . 5 LUCAL NEWS. It looks like rain. (Jo to E. A. Williams for Uananas und Oranges. The cheapest and best candies at Sam B. Thompson's, Olensted, Mo. Postmaster Mills has that new side walk down, so there is somc show for his salvation yeh Knpion Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the incubator, 5 gallons for GO cents, at R. A. Wil liams'. If you want to keep the Hies off your horses call on Sam I). Thomp son and grt the stuff that keeps them off. (Ilenstcd? Mo. A. L. Ross and wife arrived home Monday from their western trip, and t -port a very enjoyable time. They did not "take in" the Seattle ex p isition, getting no further west than Sulphur Springs, Colo. Too many things to see and places to visit, and time was up, so they turned their f.ices towards beautiful Versailles without any great regtcts. J. w. McClelland, Abstracter, I2eal Estate, Lqans and Insurance. Koom 6, Mason & Hardy Bldfl. Vers...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 5 August 1909

PAYNE-ALDRIGH BILL COMPLETED CONFEREES' REPORT IS SIGNED AS INDICATED BY PRESIDENT IN LETTER. HOUSE VOTES ON IT SATURDAY Measure Will Go to Senate Monday Where It Will Remain a Week. Hosiery Duty Goes Up From 1 to 3 Per Cent. Washington. Tho Paync-AMrlch tariff bill Ih complete. An asrccniPiit on nil disputed points wns reached ciml tho conferees' report signed by tho Hopuhllcun ronforeen It will go to tho house and ho voted on by that body Saturday. The senate will on Monday begin consideration of the ineasuio us agreed to by tho conferees. The hcnnlo session may consume nil of next wcelc. Malted by the mandato of President Tnft, the tariff conferees were com pelled to tin u back and revise tholr rates on lumber and gloves. When the conferees fixed lumber nnd glove rates by shading very slightly the higher rales on each, they were so certain that tho president would consent to tho arrangement that notices wen1 sent lo tho Democratic meiubois of the conference committee to be presen...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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