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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 5 August 1909

Paul's Teachings to Thessalonicans Smitj Sclotl Uisoo for Angirt 8, 1909 Specially Arranted for This Paper LESSON 8IX.-1 Thus. 6:12-21. Memory Terse 1G-1S. GOLDEN TEXT.-"Sco that none ren der evil fur evil unto any man; but ever follow that which la Rood." Tlies. 5-15. TIME. This epistle was written prob ably in A. D. CI, or early In A. D. 62. PUA.CE. At Corinth during Paul's year and a half work In that city. Suggestion and Practical Thought. Paul's Letter of Consolation and Wise Advice. 1. Characteristics of the First Epistle to the Thessalonlnns. Note the facts In "The Lesson in its Betting." Review the circumstances of the Thossalonlan church ns given In Acts 17. Seo lesson 3 of this quar ter. Three missionaries had come there froom Phlllppl, two of them torn and bruised by a terrlblo flngel tation at Phlllppl, emerging from the lowest dungeon of a prison, their whole aspect bespeaking their pov erty, their sufferings, their earthly In wlgnlflcancc. These poor persecuted wandere...

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. — 5 August 1909

What Hadleyls Doing- Special Correspondence. Jefferson City, July 24. No man can do an impossible thing. Some people expect the impossible of a governor especially a Keptthliran governor. (io'vernor Hadley is a 4nan of purpose, action and achieve- rncnt. with so much to his credit that many of the Republicans of the ttate Seem .o think lie is ilow in turning Missouri upside down. They forget that the authority of the chief execu tive has its limitations ; that he can not ma':'; laws and cannot change them : cannot turn Democrats out and put Republicans in simply be cause the Republicans want to get in : i-annot appoint .ill of his friends to good portions: cannot approve every man endorsed by the party leaders. Und cannot afford to allow any man or set of men to make appointments for him. No, the governor cannot pass the plums around on a big platter nor can lie drop nue in every open Republi can mouth nor can he safely select fur the . iii''c service men who are not act. ."''.(! to...

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. — 12 August 1909

County Republican Morgan CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, RBA-L 'ESTATEf RALLRGAD ND GEN-BRA-L ftfeWS.. , Tenth Ye:a5r. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, August 12. .909. Observations 'On Ouachita Outing. ' When Chanoch, the first Mulatto, vluiU a city and called it after his own name, he possibly laid the foundation for the prediliction of the colored villages; but why his half-brother Nh6"uUl desire to leave the country for 'urban life has been one-Ofrtherob-Jems that I have been 'Enable to satisfactorily sdlve. It has been said that' God1 made the country, but man -builded-the'cltyrso, I suppose, 'man ?has followed man's .device instead of ful country, and viewing sdmc'of'the hgood business houses, and it will edr 'the divine plan. Voot to do with 7iA WeH, what has this it? Only this as noted in the Kkpuulican last week : The Presbyterian S. S. is (was) billed ffttr apicnir- at Ouachita Thursday. We went, a few more than fourscore 'strong: we rowed: we swam: we Jrode on the han...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 August 1909

florgau County Republican. W. w7"KlNLOCH, Publisher. VERSAILLES, JISSOURL r THE MOSQUITO PROBLEM. What was done on the Isthmus of Panama can bo as effectively done In New Jersey for tho extirpation of the mosquito, nays the Newark Star. The fttate la the only power that can do tho work, und should set about It in earnest. The Isthmus was notorious ly the most unhealthy region In the world until American engineers un dertook to conquer Its bad name. They nscertulned that the mosquito was the conveyor of malaria and yellow fever that had carried off thousands of hu man beings. So they attacked the In sect In his lair. Thoy destroyed tho breeding places -by drainage and other methods. Today tho Panama Isthmus la as healthy as any section of tho United States, and the change Is en tirely duo to the work of tho Amer ican engineers and Banitarlans. Tho mosquito problem was attacked on the Isthmus with tho determination to conquer. Tho problem in New .Jersey bus been dallied with. Thero bu...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 August 1909

TUFT SIGNS TARIFF BILL Senate Passes Conference Report by Vote of 47 to 31 and Then Adopts Reso lution Correcting The "Joker." THE HOUSE QUICKLY jPPROVES THE ENACTMENT Measure Then Went to the President and the Battle Over Re vision, Which Has Been On for More Than Four Months, Is Ended Amendments Arc Voted Down. CHRONOLOGY OF THE PAYNE TARIFF LAW. March, 4, 1909, President Taft nailed an extraordinary bcs- slon of congress to revise tho tariff. March lfi Congress convened. March 18 Chairman Payne, of tho house ways and means committee introduced a pro- visional hill. April 10 House passed bill and transmlltcd It to the senate. April 12. Senate began consld- oration of the mcsaure. July 8 Senate passed bill with 817 ninondments. July 9 Tariff question shifted from both houses of congress and sent to conferenco com- inlttcc. July 29 Conferees reached . agreement, and it was signed and reported to the house. July :il House adopted confer- ence report and passed bill. August 5 Senato a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 August 1909

I dUeasssM The Republican, (Successor to Tun Dhmocrat.) W. W. KINLOCH,. Projprletwr, jittered in the Tost Office at Versailles, Missouri as MfpryJ class, mail matter. Subscription 1'xice fl.lfl a Year. 'Phone No. 105 Advertising. Rates, Ibui liiclinor ni'ire, 8.V- per Inch ench lui I'rafiwional cnnli, one hull, So cent, pet hioiitli;two lnclie, 7j cents per inonlli. I.oc.il.-fivc Ini'.i. or over. $ cent per line for fct( Inseitloit rrr line f .r ench auleniienl ln-eilu-V ' .'u '44rjV.l;j UJiin.per line fur first Insertion', 5cenl per line for e.icU Milne '4 lent i 1 1 -p 1 1 ! 11 .cg.il mlvrrtMiiK t leital rates .Sprcl.il mil- mi pni;c Bilvcltliemi'liln. What do you know about the ne,w tariff? Mokcan 1untv's roads arc cost ing nearly $10,000 a year. Arc the, taxpayers getting value received?. The new law, making; it a pqniten;- tiary offense to-cary cpncealed wrnn- ons, will go ;uto effect. August loth,, also the law .prohibiting youths. urjUur 18 from smoking .cigarettes. i -'; k-,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 August 1909

V. H. K. ENLOE, 5 RESIDENT DENTIST. 2 Of (lr "Pimm 74. Reildtncr 'lhon 39. 9 m m LOCAL NEWS. WS V It looks like rain. (!o to E. A. Williams (or Dan.in.is and Oranges. When are w going to orinis; that civic improvement club? Our" city needs it. Mrs. Sim R. Thompson Has (or snle (ull stock Rhode Island Cocker els at 73 cents each, pfenstcd, Mo. F.upinn (hi is the best (or all pur poses, especially the incubator, ' gallons (or 00 cents, at E. A Wil Itams'. IJeulah Kidwcll, accompanied by her grandmother., Ms , Mittha Kid well, went up to Tipton Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Cora Kickard. John Holloway, is either back in Morgan, .or never Iqtas.hc agreed to alter the Freedom &? S'- Cn:inlion, fur he was at Masonic Lodge Friday night. llig preparations are b'emg" made fgr the dedication of the new Kist llethel Mennonite Church, 12 miles northeast uf Versailles, just complet ed, on Sunday, August l?2hdjt W. E. Gold, the liveryman, is of( on a trip to the southwest on a land trade. ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 August 1909

k)VBSorl?4DYAR4BLLA nrmimr im r MN-Mn c HILLY KVy VV -JlTArTJCJ UU6TRfiT0m BY RAY WMTTPS SYNOPSIS. M 14 jrtan of ok Admiral fllr Teter iinn;:snan's nepnow inn ucopiy in ivt nt first BlKlit with I,ady Arabella Btor mont, who spurned Ills attentions. The M, nn orphnn, whs Riven a berth a m d Ihlpmnn on the AJax by hta uncle. Giles vernon, nepnew or Hir x nomas vernon, fnecnme the boy's pal, CHAPTER I. Continued. Now, tho peculiar circumstances of my brlnglng-up had given mo a rl dlculouB haughtiness for Betty Green lint never ceased tn Implore mo to re member my quality so I replied to this off-hand speech In kind. "A ship of the line," said I. "Damme, do you think I'd serve In a gun-brig?" Ho came up n little "Closer to mc, looked at me attentively, and said: "It's an Infant Rodney, sure. Was not Amerlctis Vcspiicltis your grand father? And was not your grand mother In love with Noah when ho was oakum boy at tho Portsmouth dorks?" I considered this very offensive, and, drawing myself...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 August 1909

AN EA8Y WAY. Paul's . Third Missionary Journey baity ScIimI Unw far Asprt IS, 1909 Specially Arranged (or This Paper LESSON TEXT. Act 18:23-19:22. Mem ory .verses W-20. GOLDEN TEXT. "The nam of the Lord Jesus was magnified." Acta 19:17. TIME. Paul began his third journey probably In A. D. 63, and It lasted Hire years, C3-G6, or 67. PLACE. Paul ended his second Jour ney by suing to Jerusalem, and thence to Antlocb. From there he went through Asia Minor, ending at Ephcsus, tre capi tal of the Itomiui province of Asia. 8uggetlon and Practical Thought How Paul Uullt Up the Religious Life of Ephcsus. Paul Enters Upon His Missionary Journey, and Strengthens tho Older Churches. Acts 18:22-23. When Paul had completed his second missionary Journey he went up to Jerusalem to pay his respects to tho mother -church there, and doubtless, as at other times, ho told the. wondrous story of tha work of God In bringing so many Gen tiles into tho kingdom. Here he would remain long enough to complete h...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 August 1909

About The Colored Folk. Mr. A. W. Ross if, vctitimfUtt'f atetits of her husband in tins city this -week. "She arrived hire Is.it week. ; Mr. Samuel Holder spent the Mth'iu Uhis city, the liitenofieratives. Mrt Allie Trice and hustmndrerewis. . Uting with relatives he"re hit 'week, And enjoyed the picnic. Mrs. Lulu Abbott, of Sedalia, was the guest of relatives 4est wk anil took in Uhe pLenic. MU3 Nettie Mittln, who has lieen in Katwas City f on'.hc .prst year, returned Jjiome Jt Wednesday morning in time for the GGlehratton. Miss Miilnle JWrlih accompanied her 'uncle, Beverly Martin, on his return trip to Kunsas City last Friday, for a few lays' visit. Miss Hint Meadows, of Kansas City, nritited relatives and friends here last week mill celebrated with our citizens. Mr. Hurl Meadows, of Scdalia, was down the 4tli Mr. 'Joe Woctisi, dj -Kansas City, visited 'relatives Wn ktitl .UmfcviiVtiie picnic. The cllfvctis df 'Versailles and vicinity celebrated Emancipation Day in this city last...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 19 August 1909

Morg County Republican an CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Tenth Year. Versailles, Mo.-, Thursday Morning, August 19, 1909. No. 31. Scattered Items. Shores Hunter and Joe Williams are buying btock this week. Mrs. Alice Kauffman and children, of Garden City, Mo , are visiting Morgan County relative this week and attending "meeting at Mt. 'Aon. T. M. Hunter, Casper Thomasion, and jeveral others lost each a good work 'horse from over-heat the past week. George Snorgrajs had a nmre to get a foot badly cut on a wire fence, and Orvil Uridines had n good work horse to break its leg and had to be killed. Mm. Kennedy of South Morgan is reported quite sick. Hud Marriott shipped a lot of fat cat tie and hogs Monday, John Driver ship, ped some Tuesday. J. H. Taylor, of Lewiston, Idaho, was married last mouth and has settled down on a farm near Clear Water, Idaho. He is the son of the late D. 1'. Taylor. Miss Kffie A kins, who has been visiting in the wes...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 19 August 1909

Morgan Coanty Repoblican. W. W. KINLOCrt, Publisher. VERSAILLES, VISSOURL The wind Is no respecter of aero planes. There Ik a singular diffidence about this season's kpu serpent. With Its enrtlmiiiikcB and revoltii Kurope Is becoming n unhealthy plnce to live In. We may now consider It demon titrated that n balloon will stay In the nlr as long as Its Kas holds out. If everybody who I? rich were hap py, nnd everybody who Is poor wore unhappy, there would be n pood deal more to kick about than there Is now. In Morocco It Is the custom for men to bury their money. In this country, however, It Is more the custom to burn it. Did the man whose wife has sued him for divorce because he used to take a razor to bed fear that he would have to answer cutting remarks? The hotter the weather, the greater Tieed to support those summer chari ties which aim to alleviate the suffer irgs of the poor. We certainly do need to begin the day at the first peep of the sun If It Is necessary under present ar...

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. — 19 August 1909

k)t4 ttrtmttr m r mw -amau co tLLU&TRATOm ST RAY WALTERS 8YN0P3I8. At H yean of age Admiral Btr Peter Hawkshaw's nephew fell deeply In love at first sight with I.ady Arabella Stor mont, who spurned his attentions. The lad, an orphan, was given a berth as mid ihlpman on the AJax by his uncle. Giles Vernon, nephew of Sir Thomas Vernon, became the boy's pal. They attended a theater where Hawkshaw's nephew saw (ady Arabella. CHAPTER II. Continued. No sooner had Giles said this than with the determination to be known as a man of spirit (I was, aa I said, but 14), I concluded I would go to Lon don, too. On the day that Giles Ver non got hla 24 hours' leave, I also got the same. Mr. Buxton looked a little queer when I naked him for It, and aald something about not allowing the midshipmen to leave Portsmouth; but I answered readily enough that 1 wished very much to go on a little expedition with Giles Vernon, which would last overnight. As the other midshipmen had been allowed similar l...

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. — 19 August 1909

The Republican, (Successor to Tint Dkmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in the I'ost Office nt Versailles, Missouri lis second class mail matter. Subscription Trice fUH) a Year. Phone No, 105 Advertising Rates. lii1ayailverlliiiK, l H'e "" 1 average font Indies or more 8!,c. per Inch each Ic-nr. I'lurrvlonal rani" 1'icli, 50 cents per inoiitlr two Inchn. cmH P"r woiith. I,'ic;il -fivelhie. or ovt-r .1 cents er line for hrl iii-etlloiii :Hc. per line f"r encli snlciiicnl li,cili..n. In black type In nt per line for hii.l lii.crtloii, Scents per line for e.ich mbse vent mseitlon. ..tU'nl mlvritWiiK at leirnl rates. ptinl rntcson y.e niUirlUemctiU. Life Defined. In a Central Kansas county and i . ii"ilcring its misfortunes, it isn't i in to name it, dry weather damaged Ts three years ao: a big tornado .! c last year: and a hail storm put tin: finishing touches this year. i,i-nt,i' are said to be able to .ijipf fi.iti the story of the Western I it en her who had troub'esof his ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 19 August 1909

m m m s 9 m m H. K'. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. OfHc 'Phone 74. Rtjldnt 'Ption 39. I LOCAL NEWS. 5 m Visit the Royal Theatre. Go to K. A. Williams for Bananas and Oranges. Jas. K. Morris completed the erec tion of a neat barn facing Seymour street last week, a pretty warm job. Eupion Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the incubator, 5 gallons for 90 cents, at E. A. Wil liams'. Wc have always thought we could stand about as much hot weather as the iK't one, but the past week has ahout knocked us down and out, and it lias certainly been a struggle to keep the wheels revolving. Meet your, best girl at tUe Royal Theatre. The Ladies of the Methodist Church will serve dinner each day during the Street Fair, Van Crcwsori has been enjoying the warm wave in Kansas City this week, probably practicing for the hereafter. The Muntzel thermometer, hung out in the sun, showed something over 120 degrees, at 1 o'clock Tues day, and was still climbing, but we didn't stay that was hot enough ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 19 August 1909

n mi if STATE CAPITAL NOTES 1 NEWS FROM MISSOURI I Law Regulating Employment Agency, Aiiiohb thu Inws enacted by the litBt Bcnornl assembly Is one whlcb licensee nil employment agencies, placing them under rigid Inspection of tlio state Inlior commissioner nnd makes It practically Impossible rot such a concern to exact a fee nnd keep It without carrying out In full the agreements made with the appll cant. This law goes Into cfTect August IB and contains many other restrictions Intended to protect the Interests ol the unemployed who npply to sucn on agency nnd pay a fee often tin last dollar between them and starva tlon for aid In procuring a situation. A Kilt-edge bond of $500 must bo given by every employment agency to Insure faithful compliance with all provisions of the new law. Labor Commissioner J. C. A. Hitler has already taken steps to sec that the new law Is compiled with, as he will enforce it to tho last letter. He will personally have charge of plac ing the new act Into f...

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. — 19 August 1909

GOT HIM! Continuation of Paul's Third Journey tmUj Stil Umm for Atfirt 22, lfOt Specially A minted lor This Papsr LESSON TEXT.-Acts 13:23-20:1. Mem ory verso 16. 1 GOLDEN TKXT. "He said unto m: Mr sraco Is sufficient for thee; for my strength Is made perfect In weakness." S Cor. 12:9. TIME. A. T. 66 or 67, near the close of Paul's work at Kphesus. PLACE. The city of Ephesus. Suggestion and Practical Tr ought. Some Things with Which the Gos pel Interferes. The Results. Business Interests versus the Gos pel. Vs. 21-28. Paul's Plans for the Future. For at least two years and three months Paul had been working In Kphesus and was about ready to go on extending Christianity even to Rome (see Rom. 1: 13; 15: 23), and on to Spain (Rom. 15: 24), after visiting and strengthen enlng the churches In Macedonia and Greece, and bearing the gifts of Phi llppl, Thessalonlca, Herea, Corinth and other Gentile churches (Rom. 15: 26) to the poor in Jerusalem. In Corinth he expected to receive contributi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 19 August 1909

r DOOR MARKS. Here are a few of the Door Marks used by Secy. F. D. Coburn, of Kansas, and they cover the most im portant principles of life, and we would advise our readers to dipt hem and post them where they, their friends and visitors may have an op portunity to read them : !'I shall pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I call do, or any kindness tint I can show to any human being let nie do it now. Let tne iiotdi-fer or neglect it, for I shall not .pass litis way again," Anonymous, "A pleasant word and a friendly greet ing will lo more toward winning the fcood will anil respect of one's fellows than nil) thing else can do. Good man 'licri; counl for much. He who is courte ous and well mannered will be success ful, when: the ill-bred makes a rank fail u i e. We have all noticed how easy it is for the real gentleman to make his way. Lvenonc he meets is friendly to ward him and ready to assist him if lie needs assistance. He has a way about him Unit uubles him ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 26 August 1909

organ County Republican, CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Tenth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, August 26, 1909. No. 32. OPENING SALE! First Sale Of The Season We are starting' out the first sale with a war Whoop iii bur DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT The season for Drtess Goods is here, we are determined to do our I share 6f the business for the reason, that not only do we claim but we have it to show that this department is one 'of the most complete and up-to-date in the Central States, we spared no time or money to have the latest out in Shades as well as the right Fabrics. Of "tll3 first 2&c 68c c 65c ro . , . , Broad Cloth in Black, Navy Hlue, Silk finished lining, make fine petti- o2 inch Paotma in Wack, Navy Blue Rapp Cloth, the one the people talk i)ark (ireen, Red and Brown, always sold , coats, have them in all the leading shades, and Bro' never sold than Mc, our about, when properly made up looks like a nl Wc tQ gl00 our sa,e ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 26 August 1909

Morgan County Republican w. w. Kinloch, Publisher. MISSOURI VERSAILLES, "About ttia time of year a little warm weather may be expected. Aviator Latham probably could cover the dMnnee In two jumps. However. we do not pioposu to get Into a war Just to discover how the aeroplane, will act. We wonder If Mara Is an much In terested in our Hying muclilnes as we ure In ltn canals? One agricultural college out west is teaching the scientific way to milk a cow and the polite way to drive u mule. Luxury on an ocean liner la now found In a palm garden In which flow ers bloom and butterflies appear to order. Those who arc uot rushing west ward to Bii.i- the wlteat crop have sublime cotilldence that others will save It. Chicago has a silent population of l,i)ll(l,UiHi ill tiie cemeteries and u large number oi mauled men who also have nothing to suy. While industry Is protesting against Wiir it might pioiltably study Its own mortality tables and prepare to give a less bloody leport next time. "Mn...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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