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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 July 1906

Get This Beautiful Colored Picture Free. Splentfld Repreductlea In Sixteen Tints of Celebrated Painting. Kvery person who Minis One Dollar to pay for a gear's subscription to the TWICli-A-WEKK RBPlinUC, of St Louis, Mo., and PARM lROORKS3, will receive, ABSOLUTELY FREK a beautiful colored picture, 24 by 32 inch es in dimensions, entitled "The Depar ture of the llritle from the Home of Washington." This picture is a direct re production fromthe celebrated painting by Ferris. Sixteen colors were employ ed in the process. It is made on a fine, heavy paper, and will make, when fram ed and hung, a magnificent ornament for the home. Aside from its genuine artistic merits, it possesses nu uncommon interest to every American, as the cen tral figure in it is George Washington, standing at the portal of his Virginia home, bidding adieu to the bride and bridegroom. The color Work is highly ornate and correct in every detail' as are the character representations, costumes, etc. The TWICE-A-WEl'...

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. — 6 July 1906

OF AID TO SUGGESTIONS FOR NOVEL AND PLEASING ENTERTAINMENTS. A Paper Wedding Celebrates Second Anniversary A Game Involving Knowledge of Character Used in Music. A Paper Wedding. A paper wedding celebrates tho sec ond anniversary, and It may be the jollicst kind of nn affulr with little trouble anil small expanse. These oc casions should be confined to the fam ily and intimate friends and In conse quence be very Informal, full of good comradeship and hlneerlty. Tabic cloths and napkins come in really artistic patterns and nrc just the thing to use, also paper flowers to decorate with and for the centerpiece. Years ago when hot houses wero an almost unknown quantity except with the very rich, (lowers of paper wero always used and considered the height of fashion. Dollies of lace paper come In all sl.cs, also paper holders for bon-bons, salted nuts and ices, bo the tabic may be set without a bit of linen. Have tho snapplng-cracker caps to put on before refreshments; by having two of e...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 July 1906

TO CLOSE HIVE ENTRANCES Simple But Effective Method Using Sections of Wire Screening. of A unique way of closing hive en trances with screen wire cloth is that of E. It. Jones, of Beeville, Tex. It ii the cheapest and quickest that I hnve ever wen or heard of, declares the edi tor of Oleunlngs in Bee Culture. 1 have tried the scheme myself, while moving colonies, and was highly pleased with It. Th wire cloth Is cut into strips (Fig 1) twirr fhe width of the entrance to be closed, and exactly the inside length of the saMe. For the standard three-elghth-lncit depth entrance the strips would be three-quarters of an inch HOW THK JIIVK KNTKANCK IS CLOSED. wide; for the three-quarter Inch en trance one und one-half inches. Tin strips are next bent Into shallow troughs ' (Fig. 2) by placing' them lengthwise between two strnlglit-Rdge(! boards and letting half their width ex tend out to be bent down by the use oi another board. On closing the entrances, simply laj one of these strips down o...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 6 July 1906

D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in comer room on second floor otcr First National Bank, VrUlM Me. Prompt service and first-class work to alt patrons, Phone 37. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Contractor Orrin Hamlin went to St. louis today to transact some busi ness in connection with the work oi 'the item Odd Fellows Block. A colored base ball team from this city visited Glean last Sunday and . leaned up the colored team of that place to the tunc of 11 to 4. J. A. Hayes of Versailles and John Kveny of Knid were among the lucky ,ones who secured tracts in the Crow Indian land drawing held by the government at Billings, Mont., this, week. The Democrat acknowledges calls from Or. K. C. Thaw and N. B. Yaden of Camden county, who were on the delegation from their county Ho the Senatorial Convention held at lloonvillc "several" days last week. These gentlemen stopped over here Saturday night on their way home, and they reported a warm meeting. William Kstes. formerly of this city bntnowof South Mc...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 13 July 1906

Pottflr A Allte mth I Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. SEVENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, July 13, 1906. No. 28. fire, lot, C. Closing Out Sale! OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF " Summer Dress Goods As well as the Entire Stock of Ready - To - Wear Garments The Fall and Winter Goods will soon be on the way and we must make room for the coming Season. See the extra Low Prices. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. Each and every garment is strictly up-to-date and made by the best mamtfacurers in the east; here are a few of the extra good values: $1.00, 1.25; 1.50, 1.75, 2.00 and $2.50. Any of the waists are worth 35 to 50 per cent more. Popper's Emporium. Embroidered Waist Patterns. We still have a large stock to select from, not wishing to win- Matting Department. We still have several nice pat terns of Mattings, we cannot sell them in winter time so we let go of them now at one fourth off the regular price. Popper's For Mattings. Cloth...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 13 July 1906

The Democrat. By H. F. TILLMAN. loitered in the Post Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. AN EXPLANATION. The Democrat is not only late this week, but owing to the non-arrival of our ready-print, we are up against a hard proposition, and it is necessary to issue a half sheet. It is probably more disagreeable to us than anyone else, but' it is one of the disadvantages of being in the clutches of an arbitrary newspaper trust. We hope to be fixed in the future so that this may not happen again, and ask the lenience of our subscribers in this unfortunate instance. SHIVERING IN HIS SHOES. IMitor Maker, of the Statesman, Inst week was the victim of another spasm itt which he took occasion to couple the Democrat and its editor with II. A Young in connection with a want adv. which had appeared in the Globe-Demo crat the Sunday previous", wanting .1 Republican editor. The facts are the editor of the Democrat was as ignorant of Mr. Young's movements until after the adv....

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 13 July 1906

Get This Beautiful Colored Picture Free. Splendid Reproduction In Sixteen Tints of a Celebrated Painting. Kvery perton who sends One Dollar to pay for a year's subscription to the TWICIt-A-WKKK RKPUBLIC, of St Louis, Mo., and FA KM PROGRESS, will receive, ABSOLUTELY' FREE a beautiful colored picture, t!l by 32 inch ed in dimensions, entitled "The Depar ture of the Brtde from the Home of Washington." This picture is a direct re production from the celebrated painting by Ferris. Sixteen colors were employ ed in the process. It is made on a fine, heavy paper, and will make, when fram ed and hung, a magnificent ornnmvnt for the home. Aside from its genuine artistic merits, it possesses an uncommon interest to every American, as the cen tral figure in it is George Washington, standing at the portal of his Virginia home, bidding adieu to the bride and bridegroom. The color work is highly ornate and correct in every detail' as are the character representations, costumes. etc. The TWICE-A-W...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 13 July 1906

D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over First National Hank, Versailles, Mo. Prompt service and first-cUss work to all patrons. I'hone 17. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. The base ball park has been thoroughly renovated, the grand stand changed and covered, ihe diamond scraped and the park is fenced. Now lovers of athletic sport can go and see the game with assurance of comfort, shade and a clean game. Versailles plays Scdalia tomorrow and Sunday. Miss I.orle A. Jobe of Sherman, Texas, who has been guest of W. 15. I'odd and wife also of the Martin Hotel left for her home Tuesday afternoon, being called on account of tlicserioiis illness of her grand mother Mrs. Lucy F. Todd of that place. Miss Jobe is a great grand daughter of the late Samuel Martin. II. A. Young and wife left Tuesday for Marengo, Iowa, in answer to a telegram to the effect that Mrs. I!. F. Crenshaw, a sister of Mrs. Young had died Sunday. They expected to reach Marengo in time to attend the funer...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 July 1906

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. 1 1 i - 1 i.m.i.. ...i i m 1 ' - - - '- . i n. i ... .. Hi, SEVENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, July 20. 1906. No. 29. Closing Out Sale! OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Summer Dress Goods As well as the Entire Stock of Ready - To - Wear Garments The Fall and Winter Goods will soon be on the way and we must make room for the coming Season. See the extra Low Prices. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. Kach and every garment is strictly up-to-date and made by the best nianufacurers in the cast ; here are a few of the extra good values: $1.00, 1.25; 1.50, 1.75, 2.00 and $2.50. Any of the waists are worth 35 to 50 per cent more. Popper's Emporium. Matting Department. We still have several nice pat terns of Mattings, we cannot sell them in winter time so we let go of them now at one fourth off the regular price. Popper's For Mattings. Embroidered Waist Patterns. We still have a large stock to select from, n...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 July 1906

The Democrat. By H. F. TILLMAN. lCulcicd ill the l'ost Office at Versailles, Missotui as second class mail matter. THE LOOS(E) LAW. I N Kay Discusses It From a Stand point of Right. (I S K.iy, In Colt County Democrat ) JefferMin City, Mo., July 12, 1900. To the Fditor of the Democrat: And so Klder I.oos is to abolish by legislative enactment, constitutional amendment if necessary, hanging in Missouri. And the bill will be known as the "I.oos(e) Law." All on account of poor, suffering .Mrs. Aggie Meyers. And that's not all of Jit. The promoters of the proK)ed "looe law" of this old commonwealth are going t have Gover nor Folk try by the terms of the new bill Mrs. Meyers, the "woman," who has been sentenced by the courts of this state under existing laws to be hanged by the neck until dead, dead, dead! no doubt so that they may know in advance how the thing is going to work, and as a testimonial in its favor? Of course this i- a huge joke, but probably comes from I. le sickly sentimen...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 July 1906

Get This Beautiful Colored Picture Free. Splendid Ueproductlon In Sixteen Tints of a Celebrated Painting. livery person who sends One Dollar to pay for" ii year's subscription to the Twicii a vi:i:k m-pi'iilic, of st Louis, Mo., mill 1'AKM I'UOGKlvSa, will receive, A1ISOLI ."TKLY I'RKK a beautiful colored picture, 'M by HI! inch, cs in tliitieiisions, entitled "The Depar ture of the llride from the Home of Washington." This picture is n direct re production from the celebrated paintirij,' by I'erris. Sixteen colors were employ ed in the process. It is made on a fine, heavy paper, and will make, when fram ed and hutiK, a niBft ificent ornament for the home. Aside from its genuine artistic merits, it possesses an uncomnion interest to every American, as the cen tral figure in it is George Washington, standiti' at the portal of his Virginia home, bidding adieu to the bride and bridegroom. The color work is highly ornate and correct in every detail' as are the character representations,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 20 July 1906

D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over First National Hank, Versailles, Mo. Prompt service and first'Clr.ss work to all patrons. Vhone 37. A SUBSTANTIAL BOOM ON. Some or the Reasons for the Great Industrial Wave Just Striking the city of Versailles. Wc were in conversation with a stated intervals during the coming season and will begin some time in September, extending throughout the winter. These ladies are doing a good work without any bluster or blow, and while they have had pleasant and profitable ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Fresh canned goods. Hour, produce, i-ii:.. nttiii u, i.. ....... i 1.1 t,.:i. l.i A. Williuins the South Side r'n "r "u gondn of I: Grocer. Charles I'adpctt. son of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Padgett died at the home ol liis parents on North Monroe street Tuesday morning, aged about li'.i years, Horn a ruptured blood vessel. The funeral was held from the family home Wednesday afternoon. Rev. C. J. Pulsion officiating in the burial i-ites, int...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 July 1906

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. . . : : &t SEVENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, July 27, 1906. No. 30. f W O 111 OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF ClOSing Ullt Odle! Summer Dress Goods As well as the Entire Stock of Ready - To - Wear Garments The Pall and Winter Goods will soon be on the way and we must make room for the coming Season. See the extra Low Prices. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. Each and every garment is strictly up-to-date and made by the best manwfacurers in the east; here are a few of the extra good values: $1.00, 1.25; 1.50, 1.75, 2.00 and $2.50. Any of the waists are worth 35 to 50 per cent more. Popper's Emporium. Matting Department. We still have several nice pat terns of Mattings, we cannot sell them in winter time so we let go of them now at one fourth off the regular price. Popper's For Mattings. Embroidered Waist Patterns. We still have a large stock to select from, not wishing to win ter them over we h...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 July 1906

The Democrat Ily II. F. TILLMAN. SCENE OF DISPUTE BETWEEN GUATEMALA, SALVADOR AND HONDURAS. RUSSELL SAGE DEAD A RUMBLING IN MEXICO DEMISE OF NOTED WALL STREET FINANCIER. THE NATIVES SAY THE HATED QRINQO MUST LEAVE. VERSAILLES, I. 1 MISSOURI Pittsburg "society" must think that It has nhout C8tabllihed itg reputa tion. Diaz Calls a Couneel of Hie Gov ern ore A Revolution Threatened. ...J y ' V. p if o ay If you do wrong, sooner or latm you'll get caught. It Is a good idea to think of this when going on on a rampage. Aunt Carrie Nation, no doubt, con siders the charge against her of send ing Improper matter through the mafia as absurd. A man's pants always look like sin around his shoes; no tailor seem3 able to mako pants look well at the bottom of the legs. A picnic doesn't seem to be the only occasion when tho man wanders oft after tho feast and the woman is left to clear up the debris. The (Itlo "colonel" comes from a word signifying a column. Tho colonel was so called because he le...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 July 1906

mrmmm voussmmf it MMmmM&m His Wife Upbraids Him for Violat ing an Ordinance. (Copyright, by the Century Co.) (Copyright, 1906, by Joseph D. Howies.) There was a persistent pop, pop, pop In the alley back of Policeman Barney Klynn's house, and Mrs. Flynn put her head out of the kitchen door to see what was the matter. "What are yo doln' out there, Bar ney?" she asked. "A bit iv ta-arget-practlsln'," an swered Policeman Flynn carelessly. This was shortly after he first donned the police uniform, and, while he was an enthusiast, he did not deem it wise to appear In that light before his wife. "Ta-arget-practlsln'," repeated Mrs. Flynn. "D' yo know what ye 're doln'?" "Iv coorso I do," replied Policeman Flynn, sharply. "I tol' ye wanst." "Yo 're a new ma-an on th' foorce," commented Mrs. Flynn, "an" yo think yo 've got to be blazln' away at lvery door in th' wa-ard. Tell me, now, Is n't there an orjlnance fernlnst shoot in' In th' city limits?" At this Policeman Flynn thoughtful ly ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 July 1906

The Democrat. By H. F. TILLMAN. lititcrcd in tlic l'ost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. EDUCATIONAL NOTES. By Mule Sutt T. W. Carrlngtoii. State Supt. Carrington will not be hble to makes the apportionment of State school tuoticys until ahout July 27, owing to the fact that several county clerks arc derelict in making report of of. --.chpol enumeration to Jiim. School districts may safely count on receiving per capita enumeration. The money will reach the county treasurer early in August. There is a scarcity of teachers in nearly every county in the .State, duo mainly to nw salaries paid teachers. Nearly every Kind of work pays hotter than teaching ,-tnd the best teachers arc seeking better pay. The next legislature should pass a minimum salary law. No teacher should he paid less than $40 per month , or 8 months. No district should receive any of the public moneys Jtinlcss it levied 050011 the f 100, assessed valuation or maintained an 8 months' school an...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 July 1906

Get This Beautiful Colored Picture Free. Splendid Reproduction In Sixteen Tint of Celebrated Painting. livery person who sends One Dollar to pav for a year's subscription to the TVICE-A-VF.EK REPUBLIC, of St Louis, Mo., and FARM 1'ROGKESS, will receive, ABSOLUTELY FREE a beautiful colored picture, 21 by ,12 inch es in dimensions, entitled "The Depar ture of the IJride from the Home of Washington." This picture is a direct re- production from the celebrated painting by Ferris. Sixteen colors were employ ed in the process. It is made on a fine, heavy paper, and will make, when fram ed and hung, a magnificent ornament for the home. Aside from its genuine artistic merits, it possesses an uncommon interest to every American, ns the cen tral figure in it is George Washington, standing at the portal of his Virginia home, bidding adieu to the bride and bridegroom. The color work is highly ornate and correct in every detail' as are the character repiesen tat ions, costumes etc. The TWICE-A-W...

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. — 27 July 1906

The Things We Eat Too much meat is absolutely hurt ful to the body. Sailors on board ot fcblpB get scurvy when their supply. of vegetable food la exhausted. The di gestive orgnns of tho human body do mand vcgctablo food, and If we don't eat enough vegetables wo pay for It dearly. Nature gave us wheat, and In every kernel of wheat nature has distrib uted Iron, starch, phosphorus, lime, Bugar, salt and other elements ncces. sary to make bone, blood and muscle. EGO-O-SEE is whoat scientifically prepared. Cooked, and mado Into crbp flakes, EGd-O-SEE goes Into the stomach ready for tho digestive or gans to convert it into life-giving sub stances with but littlo effort EQG-OSEE caters aro a clean-eyed, strong and happy lot. The proof ot a pudding and the proof of EOO-O-SEE Is In tho eating. EGd-O-SEE besides being solid nourishment ts most pal ntablc. Every mouthful Is a Joy to the taste and direct benefit to your health. A 10-ccnt package of EGrJ-O-SEE contains ten liberal breakfasts. Ou...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 July 1906

GARBAGE TO LIGHT TOWN. AJcohol Xade from It Will Be Used as Fuel at Sioux City, Iowa. Sioux City, la. At n meeting of the city council recently a resolution was carried requesting City Chemist W. lee Lewis to make un investigation into tbo iKJHHiblllty of making dena tured alcohol from the garbage collect ed in Sioux City, the alcohol to be used as fuel to operate light engines In tho city buildings. Alderman Maxlcncr subsequently de clared that with Chemist V. Lee Lewis bo took two buckets of garbage from his bakery kitchen, and they mndo a quantity of alcohol, fully equal and to all appearances us good alcohol ns was ever made from nny kind of "wood." As soon as inventions aro completed to make It possible to use alcohol to run tho light plant in the city building and library building, tho city of Sioux City proposes to dispose of tho gnrbage of the entire city by converting It into fuel fluid. Tho potato .peelings and biscuits, chicken bones and apple cores, old rags and cherry s...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 27 July 1906

D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over first National Bank, Versailles, Mo. Prompt service and first-cUss work to all patrons. Phone 37. Some Home Testimonials. Miss Myra Stephens, with The 'Hani: of Versailles, says: "I had been suffering with granulated eyelids, headache and aching eyeballs. I had been under treatment and had glasses fitted, but got no relief. I then con sulted Dr. Orim, Oculist-Optician, and with his treatment of lenses am pleased to say that my headaches, cycaciics and granulated eyelids have .been entirely relieved." Dr. Grim, Oculist-Optician, has his office per mnently located at the City Hotel. Free eye examination. Mr. H. f Tillman proprietor of the Morgan County Democrat, says: "My daughter Krma has been suffer ing for some time with headaches, squinting and frowning, aching eye balls, and could read but a few minutes before the print would blurr and run together. She consulted Dr. Grim, Oculist-Optician, and after wearing...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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