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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 26 August 1909

ttrrpnnr iff f W -i'1i4 c. rOLLY uu&mATom sy RAY WALTERS 8YN0PSI8. At 14 jrcr of age Ailmlrnl Sir Poter Itnwknliaw'ti nephew foil deeply In love at first alRht with Lady Arabella SMr inont, who npurned bin attention. The lad, an orphan, wan Klven n berth as mtil Bhlpman nn the AJax by Ids uncle, (llles Vernon, nephew of Hlr Thomas Vernon, became the boy's pal. Th-y attended a theater where Ifnwkahaw'a nephew saw I.ady Arabella. Vernon met Philip Over ton, neM In linn for Sir Thornaa Vernon's estate. They started a duel which was In terrupted. Vernon, Overton and Jlawk shnw a nephew found themselves attract ed by pretty Lady Arabella. CHAPTER II. Continued. "In a week, perhaps; possibly not for two weeks." And the surgeon de parted. As soon as he was out of the room, Giles sent for pen and paper, and with the most painful effort, guiding his right hand by his left, managed to Indite the following epistle to Capt. Overton: I'heenlx Inn, Portsmouth, Friday. "Heir Sir: "This Is to I...

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. — 26 August 1909

The Republican,! iSucceor to TilK DliMOCKAT. W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor lettered in the I'ost Office nt VcrsaiHc Missouri as Miinwl 'class mail matter, iiubfetiption I'ncc, .il.lo n Ycnr Phono No. i:5. Advertising Rules. fip!.-.y a I tlw,(. liy ti? ye.it tn ncr.iRe lo.ir lnciiei nr in ic. 8'',c- nr lm !i v.-.cl) -ut-. l'rofi-liitm! nrl. one Incli. S) cmt per niintli "scents cr nioir.l), 't.'iCJ U-r.-- ,i-' or over, s cell! l ei line fur fill in-etti.'ir .'jO. per line f r ench stilntiitient t-i cit:oti t.i ' : .k l)e Ij ieiit per line for ln-l ln-.ertii.il cents pel line for e.icli tilie- q Ittl' ill-'.lt'ull l.c'il .ulirrt - live t leicnl rates. .Sn-cl il tali 4 "' pflKC ndveitNiinf hN The Bethel Dedication. The edit' r and wife were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Abell Slmday on a drive over to Kast Beth el to lie j. recent at the dedication of Hie new ( linn h at that place. We icichcri lli'Te in good time, and were. ably entertained by the dedication sermons delivered by C. If....

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. — 26 August 1909

t' 9 ti a s v k a f. t v y ' v s t w v .-. 1 H. K. ENLOli, FvESIDLKT LiiTi-i'ST. 31 i j c 5 . 74. ;:). v 'J v tt v vv r v ? v t v ? i i v v v a g LOCAL NtfWS. ! Vii.it the Rov-d T'.ieatrc. Miss Maggie Asktw went up to Doom i!le Sundv, in visit relatives until Friday. fo to K. A. W.lh.i.rs for Lr.nanas and Oranges. R. A. Nort'cct. the prince of IW-jcuinr. was business here Inst l'iid.i. Fupion Oil is the ljctt merchant transacting for all pur- poses, especially thr gallons for 00 cents, incubator, 5 iit U. A. Wil- Hams'. Miss Kate '.Villains, daughter of K, A. Williams, w.io has heen em ployed at the '.;v . ille Training S.:hool for the past Lmr years, re signed her portion and returned home Saturday, and will visit with the old folks for tne present. The county court, with the assist ance of the sheriff, finally pulled S'juire Clifton loose from his mooting in the room so long occupied hy him, anil turned it over to the new count) school superintendent, I'rof. Wittcn. Tue Squire, be...

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. — 26 August 1909

Recent 1 Model for a gown of white chiffon clntii. n nas an eccentric hut tl tractive arr.'iiiM'iiK nt ot heavy llkt lace touched Willi cold and nllver bullion nround the sho'ibbis and on the skirt. The lint Is a (ulnsbomugh of whlto luce trimmed with aigrettes of raspberry pink. The ncarf Is in the same color. '. (iown nf pale lavender batiste witli long narrow skirt. Oblong panel back and front made of net with vermicelli design of heavy floss over Its sur fiice. Tills Is outlined with twisted soutache between two straight bands ol black velvet iihlmn. Under arm pieces are of net with trlinmliiR of blnclc elvet ribbon Shallow yoke and high stock of white net. Hat or black with Henry VIII cmn of lavender velvet. Hat pins of ameibysts set In filigree sliver. If Hal of black chip trimmed with two large plumes and stiff pleated bow of lade green 1. Fiock ot dull pink linen with embroidered lingerie collar and cuffs. H Is trimmed with linen covered buttons and the sash Is of black sati...

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. — 26 August 1909

EZRA, THE DREAMER 30 CHARACTERIZED BY HIS WIFE, AND HE ADMITS IT. But He Will Yet Get Her the Many Fine Things He Had Promised, and the New Hat Right Away. "Ezra," Bold Mrs. Hilltops, "when can I have the money far a now hat?" "Well, Elizabeth," Mrs. Hilltops re plied, cheerfully, "I couldn't give It to you just now, but I can let you have It next week." "Next week!" said Airs. Hilltops, echoing the words but giving them a Komewlint different twist, saying them not bitterly not sarcastically, but In n sort of sighing, weary tone. Sho continued : "Ezra, do you know that you have been saying next week to mo ever plnce we were married, so-and-so many years ago?" Mrs. Hilltops mentioned the number, but It Isn't necessary to go Into all these minor details here "and that next week has never come? You were going to get me horses nnd n carriage; yes, sir, I was going to have n carriage, sure, and a fine house and beautiful clothes. You were go ing to make me happy, you said, nnd give mo ev...

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. — 26 August 1909

For the Kidneys, Bladder and Rheumatism. HERE ARE A FEW OF PRICES' SPECIALS. UK faSi relieves 30 days' treatment for $1.00. Satisfaction J A f I" A HT HI E? guaranteed or money refunded. 3 JrkmJ Olid K(tl K.VLK 1Y (rl.OIJIi DIttTO STORK, PI Pineiiles Jut received, a car load 6i Salt, and will make the following prices for the next 30 days: IVr Hbl. $1.20 100 lb. sack, 40c 50 lb. sack, 25c 25 lb. sack, '45c Economy Fruit Jars y. irai. $1.00 Quarts, -85c Pints, 65c Mason Jars 80c Quarts, 60c Pints, 50c Oil -aind Gasoline Coal Oil 7 l-2c per gallon. Gasoline, 20 and 25 cents per gallon. Help build up your home town 'by patronizing home interests. Leave your orders with us for Ice and Flour. We carry .a full line of Fresh and Cured Meats, also a full line of Staple and Taney Groceries. Get our prices on Produce, we can make you money. We want your business, it will pay you to louk us up. C. H. PRICE, Butcher and Grocer. El.. El 13 .1 ft E8 171 53 1 Scattered Items. ri Suifonls "f K. 0. ...

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. — 2 September 1909

..'4 VI organ County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE. RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. "Tenth Year. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning. September 2. 1909. No. 33. J "First iJ r I II I MMi WIlMI IIIIIIM Ml Ml II I ill I ning Sale Of SALE The 1 We are starting' out the first sale with a war whoop in our RS$ GOODS DEPARTMENT D The season for Dress Goods is here, we are determined to do our share of the business for the reason, 'that not only do we claim but we hve it to show that this department is one of the most coiftpi&te and up-to-date in the Central States, we spared no time or moiiey to have the latest out in Shades as well as the right Fabrics. BOSKS e-w" of t3ae L:rst sxisltds 22c 68c 28c Silk finished linings, make fine petti- 52 inch V'xn3mn in Illack' N:,v-V Ii,lYc R"IM Cloth, the one the people talk coats, have them in all the leading shades, and ,,rown never 1,01,1 k"ss tlun 90c- HUr almut. when properly made up looks like a opening sale price ul,cnl...

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. — 2 September 1909

Morgan County Republican W. W. Klnloch, Piiblliher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI People only pay taxes cheerfully when they know their money U well Spfcllt. ' Thote being no active demand for war rumor, Europe has to consumo Its own supply. International romances are becom ing an interesting feature of this BUlnllK.T HC'lKOH. City iolkn don't mind a little rain now and then If It makes the farniera flernuse of Its protracted drought China looks like a good market for a man with n shipload of artesian wells. That Now York hen which scratched up hidden gems should not forget that at most seasons of tho year western hens lay them. Tin- Idi-a of young blood In the nf 'falls of Hip world Is getting a trifle ovi'iiloin; with a hoy shah of Persia mid ii hnl emperor of China. The housekeeper would like to know what effect the Persian revolu tion will have on the price of genuine Persian runs made in this country. A New , lei sey man claims to have 'a ilng that hatched out and is rear ing a hi ooil ...

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. — 2 September 1909

MOLLY KVs V V IJTT JL7J UUdTRATOm BY RAY WALTERS YNOP3IS. At 14 years of nge Admiral Sir Peter Hawkshaw'n nephew fell deeply In love at first night with T.dy Arabella. Stor mont, who spurned his attentions. The lad, an orphan, wan Riven a berth as mid hlpman on tho AJax by hln uncle. (Hies Vernon, nephew of Sir Thomas Vernon, eame the boy's pal. They nttended a theater whom Hawkshaw' nephew saw Lady Arabella. Vernon met Philip Over ton, next In line for Sir Thomas Vernon's estate. They started a duel which was In terrupted. Vornon, Overton nnd Hawk haw's nephew found themselves attract ed by pretty I.ady Arabella. CHAPTER III. Continued. The Frenchmen thought they hud us. We heard afterward that a prize crew was already told oft to take us Into Corunua, but no man or boy on the Ajax dreamed of giving up the ship. The AJax was cleared for action in eleven minutes; und, with four enslgnB flying, we headed for the ship of the line, which wsr waiting for us, with her topsails shivering....

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. — 2 September 1909

The Republican. (Successor to Tiik Ui'.mocuat.) V. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in tiit 't 021ee at Versailles. Missouri us. swyl ciA-,A mail matter. Subscription Jjre,.......fl.lM) Year. 'Plton No. Advertising Kate. I)l: !a sulu I'lu.-C' !y tlieji.fi to mciHue fuiit inr'.'icK or iiu r? 4 ji'. kt bull i-.icli Ismii:. I'mfi s.lonul oui.lv one Inch, () cents JiCI c .i.illi.n.ti i.K'l.v. eenu tr inu:u.f. Luotls-i'ivr I'M- - ir i .cj. )VKiitiwr line fur nri ni'eiliuii -" .'..I iiwl riiicliulwiii'iil .,,-tii'Ti In Irtiia tVe "I cei.t er line for ii.. 1 lii.trUiiii.4rt'.!' !).! line lor t..i!i duUm. I irnt In.cilion VK. il .iilte'K.im: .il leiial rite'. i ei'.t'. r '... u iVjt"aifkl.t'ineiil. Our Dear Old Moon. When the am it.nt pm t.c genius mute, ami (Me made) the Light to n'lo by night." the Versailles Klectric I. mlit l'l.uit '.wi. not in the range of hi-, vision. Ami wlu-n '.he warrior Jo-hu.i stood n ilo Valley oi Aijulnn and cried, .mil moon sl.ind thou still." he was only prayi...

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. — 2 September 1909

CORN OOlsTTElST OUR 12TH ANNUAL CORN SHOW ' Will nR'ain taKe place at our StocK Show the last week in September. READ CAREFULLY You ae again called upon to bring 12 ears of Corn. Although you may think that this drought has hurt your corn more than your neighbors and will not try for tha pdza, if you do you are mis taken, for you are all in the same boat. THREE GRAND PRIZES $5.00 in Cash for the best 12 ears of Com, regardless of grade or color ri $2.50 in Cash for the next, best 12 ears of Corn, regardless of grade or color $1.50 in Cash for the next Best 12 ears of Corn, regardless of grade or color All tae Corn mast be in by Taursday mrrmxg, September 30th at 10-o' clock; the prizes will be awarded at 11 o'clock on tii3 33,013 day; in tlia afcernoon the entire exhibit will be packed ancli shipped to the- v TAT. FAIR AT SEDAUA, AND. KNTERED AS THE MORGAN- COUNTY PRODUCT. Don't think that we am trying to. get a few ears of corn free of charge the advertisement in nny one of the new...

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. — 2 September 1909

Popular Tim gown )" II"' right Is of cornflower blue iiiarqtiisftte, unllncd. It If trimmed with lining of ICgyptliin embroidery In toiict of given and blue. The bat 1h of guidon yellow, trimmed In hydrangeas and velvet tlbbon. The Jnielt In the middle l.s of white linen, with a trimming of blue and white Hiibioidi ry. flu vest Ih or tucked Mil; mull, and a cravat of black uatln. The hat In ol black .Milan straw, with black velvet ribbon unit a white ali;retle. The (.-own on the left is of nmelhyHt batlsto, with Insertions of filet lace and a chemisette ol white mull. The hat is of violet btraw, with a double )ilaiting of lace ELBOWS REQUIRE MUCH CARE Effects of Season of Net and Lace Sleeves Must Be Carefully Removed. Elbow h which have been scarified by a season of net and lace sleeves will need very careful cuddling before they may appear with grace In the hall dresses ot winter. One authority ad vises rubbing the Joint every night with olive or almond oil, gnlng It a good scrub ...

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. — 2 September 1909

UNDER A DARK MOON. Paul's Third Journey Continued Sudty Sdkol Lsuoa for Sept. S, 1909 Sptdilly Arranged for Thts Papr This $100029 Cup for an ear LK8SON TEXT.-Acts Memory verflcs 31, 32. GOI.DKN TnXT.-"I can do nil things through Christ which strcngtheneth ran," l'lill. 4:13. TIMB.-Paul left Kplusus lnte In A. D. tt. December, CO, January und February. 17, nt Corinth. He reiit'licd Miletus und conferred with the liphcslan elders the last of April. . PI.ACK. Paul, nfter lenvlntt Kphesiis. went throudi Macedonia to Corinth, and returned by tint name route to I'lilllupl, Troun nnd Miletus. Suggestion and Practical Thought. A Pastor's Wise Counsels Redeemed by Example-. 1. Paul's Journeylngs Among the Eu ropean Churches Vs. 1-0. We learn from 2 Cor. 1:8-10, written not a great while after Paul left Kphesus, that ho left that city because his life was In danger If he remained, and he could no longer do his work there. Ho war In depressed frame of tnlnd from Ill health. From Kphestm ho to...

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. — 2 September 1909

MERE ARE ?i)rino CDcn at c Just received, a car load of Salt, and will make 'he folVvfn& prices 'for the next 30 days: TVr Bbl. $1.20 100 lb. sack, 40c 5(-IK -sack, 25c 25 lb. sack. 15c Economy Fruit Jars $1.00 Quarts, 85c Pints, 65c Mason Jars 80c Quarts, 60c Pints, 50c Oil, and Gasoline Coal Oil 7 l-2r per gallon. Gasoline, 20 and 25 cents per gallon. Help 'build up your liome town by pStt'dtii;dn& hi;rr;c .rfk-resis. Leave your orders with us for. Ice and 'Flour. "Wc carry ;a full line of Fresh and Cured Meats, c, a Tull line of Staple and Fanqv Groceries. Get our prices on -Pro-Suce, we can fnake you iiioney. We want your business, it will -pay .you to look us up. C. H. PRICE, Butcher and Grocer. School. Public Schools of Versailles , The will open Momhrv, Sejit. 6th. and it i sincneh1 Ii ijed that every jntpil lielonrmg tu 'ibf school will be pres ent and rcadv for business. The ittadim are Tcatiy :rnd billing to mail1 '.he greatest possible effort to have a pood and su...

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. — 9 September 1909

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Sit. Tenth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, September 9, 1909. No. 34. Versailles, Missouri. In the trip on to Versailles another forty miles of excellent general farm ing country is crossed. Versailles is about the same size as Windsor and is surrounded by about the same class erf land. The soft is of high quality and the land is level enough to permit of general larming on a large scale Some fine crops of corn and wheat have been raised there in the past, and this year bids fair to set a new high record,. Improved farms may ibe bought at prices ranging from $15 to S60 an acre, depending on the amount of land under cultivation and the character of improvements. One noticeable thing about this locality is the large amount of land still covered with brush. Farmers iecm to have cleared off just what they desired to cultivate, without re gard to whether that left was tillable. As...

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. — 9 September 1909

TWO FLAGS AT THE NORTH POLE Commander Peary Cables of Dis covery of Goal on April 5 of Present Year. Indian Harbor, via Cape Ray k-To Associated Press, New York: Btara and stripes nailed to north polo. (Signed) PCARY. Peary Reaches Goal. Knv York Peary lins siircri'ilcd. "Sims ami stripes nailed to the Not th Pole " Prom otii the Artie darkni'SK, there was llntdied this message which stun ned the Mi'iitillc world and thrilled Jho lioait id' every layman. Piom the bleak roast nt Labrador, Peary nave to tin- wot hi the news thai he had at tained his j:"al In the far north, while lit the same moment in far off Den mark Dr. Tiederlek A. Cook, of Jliookhn, uiis heliiK dined and lion ized by lowiliy for the same achieve ment PmlenlaMy Vankee urit had eon rineied tin' fii'zen north and tlictc has been creiind a eolncldenee such as the world will never see again. Two Amei leans have planted the Hag of their coimtiy in the land of lee, which man has mhiuIiI to penetrate for four ( cntiirlex ...

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. — 9 September 1909

AMERICAN FLAG C-J ON TOP OF EARTH TOUTED TOASTED CORN, CORN FLAKES FLARES COOK ACQUIRED 30,000 SQUARE MILES OF TERRITORY FOR UNITED STATES. COPENHAGEN PLANS WELCOME Keeping Up the Same Old "Gate" Sclentlcts Await Further Word From Discoverer Before Accepting Ach ievement as Fact Inspector Corroborates Discovery. Washington, D. C United States Minister Egan cabled from Copen hagen that the reported discovery of the North Pole by Dr. Cook has been corroborated by Dergaard Jensen, Danish Inspector of North Greenland. Brussels Informed by Cook. Brussels. The observatory here re ceived the following telegram, (luted Lerwick, Shetland Islands: Reached norlli pole April 21, 1!)0S. Discovered land far north. Upturn to Copenhagen by steamer Hans Kgede. "Frederick A. Cook." The American officials at the ob servatory state the dispatch Is surely DR. F. A. COOK, millionth', and tint' the North Pole hm been reached for the Jlrst time, and by un American. Bradley Sure Cook Located Pole. New York....

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. — 9 September 1909

The Republican, f .Successor to TllR DHMOCKAT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. i'ntoied u. Hie Post Office at Versailles, Mis-nnri mi second class mail matter. ui'.. crip'i"" I'"" fl.OO a Year. Vhon No. 1U5. Advertising Rotes. Iji.pl.ij i.iIvmiMii, t.ytlii- jt.it. In nveinife i ..ii i.i -In ii"'. S' if. I"-'1 bull I'.'K'h ti. ,f. . in . .inl, out illl'l, 11 will per niUI'I'i ttt i I'll' '3 'illl' molItU l.n.'.il fin ! . "t on t. V rents per llti" for ii.,u . .r. I'.tt line f .1 i-ni'li .nii.iii'M'iit . ....... ..- IISMll. I ! I ' Ck IJ'pC HI ' 'US lri IliiV I'M ,ir"i ii'-i'Tii i. ' feiili pit lini' (r i.nli ui ill i n-t Hon .fit t litili-lUK nt l R1 ml". fip. ri.il i&...iii pJici nili '.!ti''nients. Out Choice. Without nying who it will be it is pi"phetiV to say that the next legis '.mirc will fleet a stalwart Republican l.nitiil .jlatcs Scnatoi. State I'ress lltllf-IU. U'e (..in name the best man in the citate lor the position, Walter S. Dp'l.cy, Ki publican State Chan man, .i ..tn...

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. — 9 September 1909

CORN CONTEST OUR 12TH ANNUAL CORN SHOW Will again take place at our Stock Show the last week in September. js? READ CAREFULLY j& j& You are again called upon to bring 12 ears of Conn. Although you may think that this drought has hurt your corn more than your neighbors and will not try for the priza, if you do you are mis taken, for you are all in the same boat. THREE GRAND PRIZES $500 in Cash, for the best 12 ears of Corn, regardless of grade or color 32.50 in Cash for the next best 12 ears of Corn, regardless of grade or color $1.50 in CasK for the next best 12 ears of Corn, regardless of grade or color All the Corn must be in by Thursday morning, September 30th, at 10 o'clock; the prizes willbe awarded at 11 o'clock on the same day; in the afternoon the entire exhibit will be packed and shipped to the ? STATE, FAIR AT SEDALIA, AND ENTERED AS THE MORGAN COUNTY PRODUCT. Don't think that we are trying to get a few ears of corn free of charge the advertisement in any one of th...

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. — 9 September 1909

Loves ZZZZ.Mr vmj mamas mmmrnt UUtiTRATOm BY RAY WALTR5 SYNOPSIS. At 14 years of nnf Admlrnl Sir Pftff Hnwksdinw'H m-plK-w. Illclmrit .ln, .II fln'ph' In l"VB nt first BlKht Mill l.iolv Arabella Htorimmt, who Uiiirm-d hl iiHrntlon. Ill" Inn. 111 orphan, n Khen a berth nn in d ihlpmiin 011 Mm Ajnx by Ills uncle fillrsi Vrinnii, nciilifw of Sir Thomas onion, so. .inn' Hi.- Imv'K pal. They iittendi-d n 'Ik nil r uhiro Iliiwkxhnw'H nephew ww t.mly A rnlo'llii Virnnn met Philip Over i.n it. M In llii" fr Plr Thomiw Srrnoni itiili Thcv i-lntti'il 11 duel which wad In trriMtilfil Viriinii nvertnn 11 ml IliiwK lliaw . 11c plo w f'niiin tloMUnelvt-M filtllict il bv prtu ..ii'h rnbellii. The AJax In -M dcf.al.il I'tench warvhlps In the SIr(lirrun'!iii CHAPTER IV. Wo toots the Xantlppe liomr tho iidointiiulili) wi ni to Hi"' bottom of the H;iv of Hlscii -lint before oitr prize money wan M-ttled up wo worn off Again; Sir 1'i'tcr ilenrly loved orulHlng In lilue water. It was near two years liefo...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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