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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 June 1906

publicans Nominate. The Republicans met in convention in this city last Monday and nomina ted their ticket for the different coun ty offices. There was considerable kwirc pulling before the convention got down to business and some of the candidates and their friends went home with sore spots because of their defeat. The ticket nominated is without doubt a strong one, and the Demo crats will have to concentrate upon their best material to cope with them this fall. Following is the line-up: For Representative R. A. Nor flcet of Excelsior. Collector Peter J. Sickle of Stov er. County Clerk K. K. Buck of Ver sailles. Circuit Clerk W. C. Thomas of Versailles. Sheriff Chas. K. Willson of Ver . ..:ii County Treasurer J. W. Johnson of Versailles. Prosecuting Attorney V. T. S. Agee of Versailles. Probate Judge 11. E. Neville of Versailles. Coroner Dr. J. A. llradcn of lloy ler's Mills. ' Presiding Judge County Court ' John Kidwcll. Judge of Kastern District Frank H. Hownian. Judge Western Di...

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. — 1 June 1906

The Democrat Ity It. TILLMAN. VERSAILLES, MI8SOUKI May would lie much more charming If alio would quit giving ovldences of desire to be a frigid proposition. Tlio Olilo valley now feels that It rou Id get nlo uf,' comfortably without nnotncT cold spell until late In Octo ber. It Is much bettor thnt the ruction was over before the Gnekwai- of Ba roda looked down on the senate from the diplomatic pi Her jr. Anil now If Dr Krisse!!, of the Prcs byterlun hospital In New York Is right, the genu of rheumatism bin been discovered. Maybo the germ of laziness will bo discovered some day Premier O.impbcil-Bannormnnn pa thctlciilly appeals to the public for a preventive against Incursions of wom en suffrage delegations. Some peo ple always did ash for the impossible but bo might try a lot of mice. lien Franklin's advice was nevor to write a letter when It could bo avoid ed. Hy striking out the word "letter" and Insetting the word "telephone" and by substituting the word "use" for the word "wri...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 June 1906

PECK'S BAD BOY WITH THE CIRCUS By HON. GEORGE W. PECK Author of'Peck'j Bi Boy Abraad." Etc (Cl I'JliKllt lij J, I). llo If .( How the Old Man Subdued the In dians with an Electric Battery and Phosphorus He Tries His Hand at Roping a Steer The Disastrous Result. Gee, but I thought pa was all In when I closed my last letter, when tho Indians had him bound on n board, and had lighted a fire, and were Just going to broil him. Jealousy Is bad enough In a white man. but when an Indian guts Jealous of his squaw there is going to bo something doing, and wtien a whole tribe gets Jealous of one ' old man, 'cause he has taught the tiquaws to be Independent, and rlso up ns one man asalnst tho tyranny or their husbands, that white man Is not sare, and as pa lay there, waiting for! . t'Alt The Chief Knees th fire to get hot enough tor them to luy him on tho coals, I lelt almost liko crying, 'cauce I didn't want to take pa's remains back home so scorched that they wouldn't be an ornament to societ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 June 1906

D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over first National lisnk, Venaltlest Mb. Prompt service and first-class work to nil patrons. Phone 37. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. A big line of gloves for men and boys at the "tamous." Thanks, wonderfully, for the show ers yesterday morning. I A. Williams, the South Side pro' eery man, linmllun ft choice line of tfro verms ami canned good. Two young Kray wolves were killed last Friday at the home of 1!. A. Howell two miles west of town Mrs. Howell saw an old wolf and two young ones come to the spring for water and Henry Jones a neighbor w as summoned. Jones had his shot gun and succeeded in getting the two cubs, but the old one got away and is still at large in the vicinity. Mrs. Howell also armed herself with shotgun, but did not get a chance to try her marksmanship. C!en. . K. Hudson went to Topeka, Kansas, last Saturday anil was making a visit there this week with old friends and relatives. The ieneral was one of the spe...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 June 1906

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, June 8, 1.906. No. 23. EXPLANATIONS 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 representa tions. What's more our stock now ready has wonderful values. The food beyond c o in p a re an d prices down and out of sight. ffluntzel Drug Co H. K. ENLOE, 3 9 S RESIDENT DENTIST. 5 m Offlrr 'I'hone ReslJence 'Phone I 74. 39. " 5 LOCAL NEWS. All wool Sweaters at the "Famous" for $1.00. Private money to loan by Chas. Kavanaugh. John Rains of hldon was a visitor in Versailles Monday. Co to U. M. Duffs for the latest styles in picture frames. Dr. Sliclton of (Hailstone was a visitor in Versailles Wednesday. A big fishing party left for an out ing on Indian creek yest...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 June 1906

ular. AILING WOMEN. Keep the Kidneys Well and ths Kid neys Will Keep You Well. Elck. suffering, languid women an learning tlio truo cause of bad backi nnd now to cum them. Mrs. W. O. Davis, of Groesbeck, Texas, says: "Back nrhca hurt me so I could hardly stand. Spells of dlzzlnesl nml rick headache were frequent and the action of the kidneys was Irrog- snnn nfter I began taking Doaii's Kldnoy rills I passed uoTeral gravel stones. I got well and the troublo has not returned. My back Is good and strong and my general health better." Sold by all dealer?. r,0 cents a box Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Huffalo, N. Y. Pat's Idea of nn Isand. Teacher Patrick, describe nn Island. Patrick Shuro, ma'am, It's a place ye can't lave wldmit a boat. Pilgrim. Those Who Have Tiled It. will tiso no others. Defiance Cold Wa ter Starch has no equal In Quantity or Quality 1C oz. for 10 cents. Other brands contain only 12 or.. Ono of the great dellclencles of mod ern worship Is that It presents only ono opportunity...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 June 1906

MISSOURI STATE MVS Mlaaonrlnns Oruw Tall. Dick Dutton, of Callaway county, la a fine specimen of physical man hood himself, and has &ovan sons that nre built like him, each of them stand ing over six feet high. Ho also has five daughters, and all 12 of tho chil dren nre of robust make-up and make a crcdltahlo showing for the kingdom. At the Montgomery City ntrcot fair, lust fall, Mr. Dutton and his family entered tho contest for the largest family on the grounds, but wero beaten by a gentlemen who had 13 children, and the Calloway opponent of race sulcdo straightway informed the victor that while he had beaten in numbers ho could not cope with him on what the family weighed and measured. Hesldes being large phyni cally.tho Dutton family arc nlso cred itable citizens of eastern Callaway in every other particular, and tho Idea of good goods always being done up In small packages falls to hold Its own in this one particular. A nop nt Crook. A certain class of crooks who live by the...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 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 vShoe 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. Ever' 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 th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 June 1906

ORDER Or PUBLICATION. HILLCREST FRUIT RANCH. BTATK OH MISSOURI, COUNTY OF MORGAN tn the Morgan County Circuit Court. Ill V.ICailOll, AlrtV IMI1, IVW MU-ouriCamiclCoal Company, a corporation, Plaintiff, versus The unknown helm of Stephen Vrotiasco, Ue craned, Defendants. Now nt tli 1 s lay cornea the plaintiff herein, bv III attorneys, ami (ilea ita petition, Only verified liy the affidavit of Jarue. Applewhite and (S.l). Able, respectively the President nml the Acthe Vice Vrt.ldent nnd Central Manager, ol the plaintlll corporation, alleging, among other tiling., that the plaintiff in the owner in fee simple absolute nt the following ilecrihel real estate .situate, lying and being In the county of Moigau ami State of Missouri, lo-wit: The north half of the northeast quaitcr of .Section ten (10), In Township forty-one (41 ) of Kuucc eighteen ( IS I ; that the said Stephen Ptobasoo Is now deceased; that prior to the year IS75 the said Stephen Pro fiasco claimed title to laid land In fe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 June 1906

The Democrat. llr If. P. TILLMAN. VERSAILLES. MISSOURI An escaped circus elophnnt held up tn Indiana train recently. Of course It wan a trunk line. Willi tliu Douma at last In action, the next few months nro apt to pro vide some rather lively times In Ilu la. Some of tliu American life Insurance companies do not seem to bo having an exactly pleasant time In England nowadays The conservative newspaper read ers can not sou any outcome to tho North I'olo balloon enterprise but no toriety. A Now York policeman was deco rated for bravery and Indicted for per jury tho wmic day. The copper's life Is a varied If not always a happy one. The faco3 of only two American naal officers liavo appeared on post ngo stamp:'. The reason Is obvious. They are so hard to lick. How does the weather man think Hie farmers are going to rnlso n de cent crop with tho thermometer cut tint,' such antics as It has Indulged In recently? Abdul I Iambi will be pleased to note that one of the cardinal principles of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 June 1906

REJOICING TURNED TO HORROR Attempt, By Bomb-Throwers, to Assassinate King Alfonso of Spain and His Newly Made Bride, Queen Victoria. At Least Sixteen Perxons Killed and Many Injured, the King and Queen Providentially Escaping Uninjured. The Explosion Occurred Just As the Roy al Couple Had Nearly Reached (he Pa'ace On Their Return From the Ceremony. A SANGUINARY SPECTACLE One of the Wonld-Uc Ilrulclriea Cap tured An lie Attempted to Flea From the llonae Whence the Ilomti Win Thrown, Another Hacnplnic Over Home Hoofs. Madrid The public rejoicings over the marriage ol King Al fonso XIII. and the Princess Victoria had a tenllily dramatical sequel at 2:S0 o'clock Thursday afternoon, as a bomb thrown from an upper window explode 1 with deadly effect near tho coach cccuploJ by tho king and queen. Providentially, Kins Alfonso nnd Queen Victoria escape ! when an elec tric wire deflected tho bomb, but at loast 10 pursons, moat of them be longing toMho personal and military escort, were klllod...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 June 1906

D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over First National Hank, Versailles, Mo. Prompt service and first-c1 work to all p"itroii. Photic 3?. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. A big line of gloves for men and boys at the "Famous." K. A. Williams, the South Side pro roryiiiun, handles a cliolca line of frro curies find canned roods. Albert Muntel, wife and sons, of Versailles, who have been visiting in the home of their father, Capt. Albert JUunUcl, Sr., of near Lone Kim, re turned home I'riday morning. These excellent young people have many friends in this county and their visits to our midst are always much enjoyed by their many friends. l.unceton Tribune. Mcsdamcs M. I,. Joachimi and Lucy Hrowne, her sister, were visit ing friends in St. Louis several days this week. The latter will start soon for her home in Denver and will be accompanied by her mother, Mrs. O. A. Williams and her ncice Miss Lucy Kelly, who will make an extended visit and enjoy the beauties of the mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 June 1906

Morgan County Democrat CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAlLROAft AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, June 15, 1906. No. 24. litlMllMllllllllllVltl H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Ofllc 'Phont 74. Rttl4.nct 'PhoM a.' LOCAL NEWS. 5 See the Suit Cases at the Famous. Private money to loan by Chas. Kavanaugh. Go to E. M. "Duff's for the latest styles in picture frames. Col. Summer of Carver was trading in Versailles Tuesday. A fine girl baby arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ridler last Sun day night. David Sullivan went to Ionia last Friday to make a visit of a few days with his mother. John Husong the merchant of Osage Iron works was here after supplies Monday. F. D. Harrison and Attorney A. A. Knoop made a business trip to Eldon Tuesday afternoon. M. I,. Joacliimi made a business trip to St. Louis Wednasday morning returning yesterday. Miss Brooks Harrison arrived here Tuesday from St. Louis for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Phoebia Har...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 June 1906

The Democrat. Ily II. I. T I I.I.MAN. VERSAILLES, J t MISSOURI A PURE FOOD BILL NEEDED. NI'CABE REPORT While VcbuvIiis Is sllnslng mud, it never called the kins of Italy a liar. It In always wise lo look on the man who keeps a diary as one who In loaded. Seven anarchists are to be deport ed from Hnltlmorc. Make It seventy times seven. A Philadelphia paper tells of ft cow that nlo dynamite and "then became mad." Probably fairly burst with rage. If, In seeking bis short cut to tho Hast, Columbus bad Ktartcd the Pana ma canal It might havo been finished by now. A Koxhoroiigh (I'a.) woman set n trail to catch u thief who had been stcalln,; her poultiy and trapped her husband. Kvon Mayor Hchinitz, of San Fran cisco, has bis enemies, They arc now chnrglng him with practicing on tno trombone. 1'niled States Treasurer Treat an nounces that a "dearth of small bills exists." .lust as If It wasn't always that way! Let us hope that the Pullman por ters dldii t get coal mine stock as tips. Tney ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 June 1906

LIMB WASTED WITH ECZEMA. Suffered Untold Agonies Doctor Said It Was the Worst Case Wondsr ful Cure by Cutlcura. "I nted the Cuticur.i Remedies for ec tcma. The doctor said it was the worst case he ever saw. It was on both limb, from the knees to the nnklc3. We tried everything the doctor knew of, but the Cuticurn Remedies did the most good. I was obliged to lie with my limbs higher than my head, for the pain was so ter rible I could not walk. 1 suffered untold ngomes. One limb wasted away a great deal smaller than the other, thero was so much discharge from it. 1 found the Cuti cura Remedies very soothing, and I ttill keep them in the house. 1 am very thankful tp say that 1 am cured. 1 found the Cuticura Remedies all that you say they arc. I hope that you may be pared many years to make the Cuticura Remedies for the benefit of persons suffer ing from the torture of skin diseases, such is I had. Mrs. Qolding, Box 8, Ayr, Ontario, Canada, Juno 0, 1003." GAMES AND PASTIMES. The gamo of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 June 1906

POPPER'S EMPORIUM! The Height of the Season and Fashion. Embroidered Waists au( Oxfords are t'ie most stylish DREtf S GOODS. to none. No matter where you out, and our children's shoes and jjot a stone j,as jen eft 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 and ready to show you. you that thev are the most up-to- men's work and dress shoes was below it. Every corner of Poppcrt for White Good date. We have a full line of have no competition. the market in the entire east Embroidered Waists in patterns. poppr.s for Sho.. has been searched in order to CLOTHING Prices from $i.2S.to$S.oo. ; have the best and most up-to-date c W ' " "J . , nnmico a r f.j 1 borne people call them hand- POPPER S our Notion Department. f d nie-down our Clothing in the For Embfidfd WaUt. our Hne of Wash Poppers for Dress Goods. past fcw days has beenwiiat we QhA. n-rmt Wash Ba8s' Silk Glovcs in reg- WHITE GOODS. cal1 ha...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 June 1906

ORDER OF PUBLICATION. STATE OP MISSOURI, COUNTV OP MOROAN In the Morgan County Circuit Court. Ill vacation, May 18th, ISO. MiMouri Caantl Coal Company, a corporation. flalutllT, versus The nukuown heirs of Stephen Vrohatco, de crsieri, Defendants. Now at thlailav comet the rjls.lntUThfrrln.hv ! attorneys, and hie It petition, iluly Verified by iea A milcwhtte and o. I. Able, the aftldAvil of lame respectively the Jrenlilent and the Active Vice I'reiident and General Manager, ot the plaintifl corporation, alleging, among other thing, that the plaintiff I the owner In fee ilmple absolute ol the following described real estate situate, lying and being in the county of Moigan and Mate of Missouri, to wit: The north lmlf of the northeast quarter of Section ten (in), In Towmlilp furty-one (41) of Ranee eighteen (18); that the said Stephen Probaaoo is now iteccnaeil; that prior to the year 875 the said Stephen Pro ti.isco claimed title to Mid land in fee simple under a deed eaecuted by Dav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 June 1906

OF AID TO THE HOSTESS SUGGESTIONS FOB, NOVEL AND PLEASING ENTERTAINMENTS. A Unique Penny Social Profitable A Clever Guessing Contest A Luncheon for the Girl Graduate. A Penny Social. The Junior s-oclcty bf a church de Vised tills method of raising some money for a picture- they wished to purchase They advertised the affair by hand bills and posters and did con siderable talking themselves, so every ono was consumed with curiosity to bco "what those young things could do." On the night In question "they" found It took a penny to get In as well as a penny to get out. Thero was pop corn for a penny n glass; It was jiopped on the 8ot by n street vender, who was glad to tome fdr n small share In the ptollls, ami then thero was a very popular andy table, and there were relreshmeiits which were retailed by the penny worth. Fortunes wevo told for a cent, and the "present," "past" and "future" were continued to an Indefinite length by tho forthcoming cent. These In genious Juniors had concoc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 June 1906

THE HAY DERRICK. A Machine Which Can Bo Built Up on the Farm and Will So Ef fective Work. To build the hny derrick as showi In the cut the following pieces of Urn ber, etc., will ho needed: flkotrh letter. A II IJ No, of pieces. In.. Ft 2xSxl2 SxfixlO 3x1x10 4x1x12 1x5x14 3x4xi 2xixrt II 1 telephone polo "5 I 1 2x1x8 J 1 2x1x14 II 2 2x4x18 I. ,..1 crowbar G I' 3 pulleys At 1 Iron pin 1M N 1 holo for Iron pin 24 bolts 0 to 8 In. In length. The frame Is mortised together, all the cutting being done on the cornet posts, D. The two pieces, 0, are not mortised but are bolted flat. It Is necessary that the piece 11 shall be a very strong one, as the en tire weight of the polo and arm, H and K, rest solely on thl3. It Is well to block up under this at N when la use. The polo has a pin, M, which rests In hole, N, and Iho two pieces CIQ on top of K hold the pole In place. An Iron hoop should ho placed around the base of pole at M to prevent split ting. The arm, K, Is made of twe 2x4's which ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 June 1906

D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DKNTIST. Office b corner room on second floor over Hint National Bank, VoraatlUa, Mo. Prompt service and first-class work to all patrotta. Phoke 3T. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Good Fits Guaranteed in Clothing at the Famous. E. A. Williams, the South Hide gro ceryman, handle a choice tine of gro i ceries and canned goods. Miss Minnie Smiley, returned this Week to Warrensburg, after a brief visit -with her mother, Mrs. Lily Simley oi west Morgan. She had previously been attending the State Normal and returned to attend the i summer Normal. Circuit Clerk Thomas with his son Charlie and Roy Collins went to the river Wednesday morning for a brief outing. They were joined here by a delegation from the Moreau headed by Frank Bowman and Billy Bartlcs. From the appearance of their equip- -mcnt one would judge they were going to open the campaign in the river pre cincts. Rev. I. F. Tanner of Warrensburg spent last Sunday in this city and delivered a sermon at the Christian church. ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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