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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 October 1909

I Lavec MAY XLLIOTK iuu&mATom sr RflY WALTER'S ;-' synopsis. At 14 years of use Admiral Sir Peter Hawkshaw's ncpliew. Richard Glyn, fall deeply In love at llrot bIrIU with Lady Arabella Stormont, who ttpurncd his at tentions. The lad, an orphan, was given a berth as midshipman on tlip AJax by his uncle. Olles Vernon, ncpnew of Sir Thomas Vernon, became the boy's pal. They attended a theater where Hawk thaw's nephew saw Lady Arabella. Ver non met Philip Overton, next In line for Sir Thomas Vernflh's estate. They start ed a duel which was Interrupted. Vernon, pvcrton and llawkshaw's nephew found themselves attracted by pretty Lady Ara bella. The AJax In battle defeated French warships In tho Mediterranean. Richard Glyn got 2,0(10 prize 'money. He was called home by Lady Hawkshaw as he was about to "blow In" his earnings with Vernon. At a Hawkshaw party Qlyn dis covered that Lady Arabella was a poor but persistent" Rambler. He talked much with her cousin Daphne. Lady Arabella again...

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. — 14 October 1909

Written PorTiie Morjtn Comity RicrrtiMCASf, Nevr Mind Ths Knocktr. .f.n nlififl um! make our "Dlav.1 mltiil lit? knocker- He's III everylwdy's mays Never miml llic knenfcer. Hwry cine who Mrek4jhliie, If successful, he'll maliim, ' l it of fame a certain sln Never ralml the Luotker Jf dii have a task to ilo, Never mltul the knocker, Uluve your nerie anil see it thrnitfh: Never iiiIikI the knocket. , ( IVIieti your lalsirs Imve Itevn done; Vou may know that -yon h.vc won, Jf i!',nuiiiiilhiB ' hat begun Ner,r niitiJ Jhe knocker. He ttrilai itflytliose who climb, Ncvet miml the knocker, Tii mtcces he deem" n crime; Never niinil the knocker. Jf he hammers at j our name, Then he Mire juii'rc in the yamei - J'i, a spicies of ncclsim; Never mind the knocker. Jilt low iiim nffirmi hit cn-le, Ncier mind the knocker. Vie; cot stonns are quid-cut jnssed, Never mind the knocker, AVneii the knocker'a course 1 run, When his jeers find scoffs are done, Il Ml he coinlf iinie.l by every one, h'i nev...

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. — 21 October 1909

Morgan County can. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Tenth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, October 21, 1909. No. 40. Kepubli PAWHUSKA AFTER NEW LINE. Rock Island Expected to Build Branch From Versailles, Mo. Pawhuska, Ok., Oct. 19. Paw nuska people are boosting 4 new rail road, known as the Chicago, St. Louis & Southwest Short Line, which the Rock Islafid is expected to build Iron a connection with its kansas City-St. Louis line at Versailles, Mo., noulhwest through Osceola, Eldorado Springs and Nevada, Mo., and Ar cadia, St. Paul Chrrryvale. Indepen dence and Caney, Kas., on through Pawhuska to Oklahoma City. It is claimed that the plans for this line were presented to the Rock Is land officials some time ago and ap proved by them, but laid aside tem porarily On account of financial con xlitions. The effort now is to stir up enough sentiment alonf the proposed line to induce the Rock Island to get busy. Versailles is stirring up ...

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. — 21 October 1909

V Morgan County Republican W. W. Klnloch, Publlthtr. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI Whnt would u fair bo without nn airship? This year there will bu no counting tho losses, but a piling up of profits. AlwayH bear In mind that thcro Is no spot on earth cast of the north pole, Now the American aviator will leavo upon tho cirrus clouds his frebh tobac co stain. Many persons are satisfied to know that tho comet Is thcro without wait ing up nights to sou It. California should preservo Its big trees from forest fires and make tho lumber trust forever Jealous. It Is confusing to say that the orig inal college widow Is dead. Originality Is the long suit of all of them. If people are not more careful tho death strip In going to Interfere seri ously with our census prospects. Though science denies that thcro are equinoctial storms they have a way of coming along about that tlmo. France Is going to tax foreign au tomobiles brought In for pleasure runs, which may servo to call attention to the good roads...

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. — 21 October 1909

far 8YN0P8I8. At 14 years of aire Admlrnl Sir PWcr Itnwkslmw'n nephew, Hlclinnl Olyn, fell deeply In love nt llrnt sight with Ltidy Arabella Btnrmont, who spurned his nt tontlons. Thi lml, an nrplinn, wan Riven n berth ns nililslilpmnn on the AJnx hy his uncle. Olles Vernon, nephew of Blr Thomas Vernon, beenntn thu boy's pnl. They attended a tlieatt-r whore Hnwk aliaw'a nephew saw Lady Arabella. Ver non met rhlllp Overton, next In line for Blr Thomas Vernon's estate. They start ed n duel which was Interrupted. Vernon, Overton and llawhshaw's nephxw found themselves attracted by pretty I.nily Ara bella. The AJax In battle defeated French warships In the Mediterranean. Richard Oln not 2,(M prize money. Hu was called Jiomo by Lady Hawkshaw as he was about to "blow In" his earnings with .Vernon, At a Hawkshaw party (llyn dis covered that Lady Arabella was a poor but porslstcnt gambler. He talked much with her cousin Daphne. Lady Arabella Rain showed love for earning. Later she held Glyn...

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. — 21 October 1909

1 The Republican, (Successor to Tint Democrat.) W. W. K1NL0CH, Proprietor. F.ntcted In the Tost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mall matter SuWscription Price, fl.00 a Year. Phone No. 183. Advertising Rates. Dl-plny n(Hcilllnp. bylh ytr. lo verag fmir Indies or mute 8)jC. per Inch cncli lur. I'mfciKlotinl cnnl, one Inch, 50 cent per iiiutitli;lwo inclnn, 7j cents per niontli. Locals five lln, or ewer. scent yet line for lir-' lii'Ci(loii;.'!ic per Hue foremen sutxeuuetit liKcttion. In lil.icV.liie tl cents per line for hrsl Insertion. 5 cenls per Hue for e.ich subse q ient innertioii. i.tEl ndvertisini; nt lex! rates. special rates on nze artTertltemenls. MASONRY IN THE CIVIL WAR. A Missouri Mnn Relates the Expert ence of His Father as a Union Soldier. Mr. K. K. Williams of Kirkwood, Mo., a .suburb of St. J.ouis, who is one of the trusted employees of the Missouri Pacific Railroad, a passen ger conductor, stopped off in Wash ington the other day, en route from the Eas...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 October 1909

m s at m m m m m m m m m ft m la r H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Oftlc 'Phnot 74. RUncf 'Phont 39. 5 LOCAL NEWS. W it Go to E. A. Williams (or Bananas and Oranges. E. A. Crcwson made a business trip to Kansas City Tuesday. For Sale. Oood property, 6- room house, lots of fruit. Call at this office. Revival meeting will begin at the Ilaptist church Sunday, Oct. 24th. It is reported as we go to press that Ferguson, the baker, has sold the Corner Bakery to Sedalia parties. John Martin, who was recently stricken with paralysis, ii reported some better, with faint hopes of ulti mate recovery. Lon J. Sears, of Barnett, while in the city Saturday, left us an order for too work, and got his name on our liarnctt list for a year. Eupion Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the incubator, I gallons for 90 cents, at E. A. Wil liams'. Money to Lend On Real Estate Security. Richard H. Woods. For Sale Or Trade. Three or four standard make Type writers, in line condition and at a great sac...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 October 1909

ANOTHER WOMAN CORED By Ly dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Gardiner, Maine "I have been a greafcrerfiom organic troubles and rntUiTonsii months' uso of tliem." Mrs. S. A. Williams, It. F. D. No. 14, Box 39, Gardiner, Me. No woman should submit to a surgi. cal operation, which may mean death, until sho has given Lydia . Piukham'a Vegetable Compound, mado exclusive, ly from roots and herbs, a fair trial. This famous medicine for women lias for thirty years proved to bo tho most valuablo tonic and rcnewer of the femalo organism. Women resid ing in almost every city and town in tho United States bear willing testi mony to tho wonderful virtue of Lydia E. yiniham's Vegetable Compound. It cures female ills, and creates radi ant, buoyant femalo health. If you are ill, for your own sako a3 well as those you love, give it a trial. Mrs. Plnkunm, at Lynn, Mass., Invites all Hick women to write lierforndlce. Her advice-is free and always helpful. Not Asking Much. "Tho presldenr," explained o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 October 1909

Paul Before Festus and Agrippa Sanity ScImI Lesson ftr Oct 24, lMt Specially Arrang-ed for This Paper LESSON TEXT.-Acta 25:6-26:32. Mem ory vcraes 27-29. GOLDEN TEXT. "I know whom 1 have believed, and am peraurwled that he la able to keep that which I havo com mitted unto him against that day." 1 Tim. 1:12. TIME. Autumn of A. D. or In SO. PLACE. Ccsarca, the Roman capital of Palestine. Herod Agrippa II., was king of tha regions north of the Sea of Gall lae, with hla capital at Cesarea Phlllppl. Suggestion and Practical Thought. Three ways of treating the gospel: Exempli fled by three representative men the Apostle Paul; the Roman Governor Festus; King Herod Agrippa II. Preliminary Events. An Interesting Story. Acts 25:1-12. First The now governor. At the. close of two years in prison under Felix, there was a change of governors, and Porclus Fes tus entered upon his duties. Wo know nothing concerning him ex cept from the Acts and Josephus. "Jo sephus tells us that ho governed his sto...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 October 1909

PROGRAM For Morgan County Teachers' Association, To He Held At Versailles, Mo., Nov. 11, 12 and IS, 1909. Thursday a. M. 10:00 to 11.00 Opening session. Or Kiiniatiou. Outline of the work of the Association by the county superinten dent. 1 1:00 to 11:15 Tolk by representative of Normal School. Thuksdat P. M. 1 its to 1:50 Opening exercise. l:Vjlo 2:15 UeHilinc circle session. Iliscttssion of Ixxilts adopted for IWM0, led by Prof. Smith, W. II. Strong Revo Johnson, limtiiuiel Webster and Myrtle Pajju, General discussion. 2:15 to 5:00 lllustrativelesson in read ing .Mh-.s I'ae Long. General discussion. !J:(XMo J:.)!) Talk on course of study by representative from state. 7;30 Kntertaiiiinetit. l-'Klluv A. M. :W to 0:15 Opening cxercihe. S):Jo lu 10.CKJ County graduation se.i ion, led bv Dave Shoit, Kmnia Drunk boost, Leslie Poster, Ployd Royland, J. R. iMvuirdson, liva Stockton and Myrtle Ivy. General discussion. 10:00 to 10:i Illustrative lesson in Arithmetic, Miss I'rissic McClanahan...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 October 1909

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Tenth Year. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, October 28, 1909. No. 41. 2oor I PflP WTO I That's All A m JUhbIp That's AH No Trash H $50,000 II AH New Goods MMMabMMMMMMMMMMMMHMHMMMHMMMMMMriMMl MHHHMHHHBBHHHIHlHHHiHMIHHHHBMHMMMiMHBHM MMnMlHaMHBnMMBlHBMBHaiBHHHVMHaMMWnnMiMMMMMMa rice-Siolittixi Sale Greatest Sale (Saer nOLDrt I No Railroad Wreckage No BanKrtxpt Stock No Old Goods All Goods sold at this Sale are New and Up-to-date, each and every ar ticle of the same high class and standard. WANTED, Sales People. We need 25 Sales Peo ple, a Cashier, Bundle Wrappers and Cash Boys. Apply in person to the Sales Manager. $50,000 Involved POPPER D. fl. Co. Versailles' Leading Mer cantile'Estab 1 i s h m e n t have decided to inaugurate this Gigantic, Price-splitting Sale. Every piece of goods in this House must be turn ed loose to the masses for spot cash. It will be one of the most bewilder...

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. — 28 October 1909

',1 Morgan County Republican W. W. Klnloeh, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI Merit and pcrsovoranco win except In a government land lottery. Thcro are mighty few Idle mills nd factories In this country now. From Impending lawsuits It lfl evi dent that all persons who wear wings are not angels. It Is gambling when you loso and speculation when you win. There Is no other difference. Hero nnd thcro a French aeronaut succeeds very well without tho aid of queer-looking whiskers. Chicago has some flno skyscraper roofs which should look attractlvo to aspiring aeroplane operators. Ono woman says that sho stole two shirt waists because she was hungry. Still, shirt waists aro not very tooth some. It will not bo long before tho sight of farmers coming to the city In au- t03 will be so familiar as to escapo comment. With 7,000 immigrants coming In ono day New York may have to put upper stories on its parks for lodg ing places. I'eoplo continiio to fall victims to the "Spanish prisoner" swindle. ...

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. — 28 October 1909

kVrakDV4R4BELL4 rOLLY ILUdTRATom sr RAY VMLTZR6 8YN0P8I3. At 14 year of oro Admiral Sir Peter Hawkshaw's nephew, Hlcliard Glyn, 111 deeply In love at first eight with Lady Arabella Btormont, who spurned hla at tentions. Tlio lad, an orphan, was Riven a txrth as midshipman on the Ajax by his uncle. Giles Vernon, nephew of Blr Thomas Vernon, became the boy's pal. They attended a theater whom Kawk shaw's nephew saw I.ady Arabella. Ver non met I'hlllp Overton, next In line for Hlr Thomas Vernon's estate. They start ed a duel which was Interrupted. Vernon, Overton nnd Hawkahaw's nephew found themselves nttracted by pretty Lady Ara bella. The Ajax In battle defeated French worship In the Mediterranean. Hlchard Olyn got 2,000 prlro money. He was railed home by Lady Ilawkshaw as he was about to "blow In" his earnings with Vernon. At a Hawkshaw party Qlyn dis covered thot Lady Arnhclla was a poor hut persistent Rambler. lie talked much ith her cousin Daphne. Lady Arabella nxaln showed love f...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 October 1909

The Republican, (Successor to The Dkmockat.) W. V. K1NL0CH, Proprietor. Entered in the Post Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Sukscripl'tn Price, $1.00 n Year Phono No. ICS. Advertising Rates. Blsplay advert Mug, hylht year, to average Sour Inches or more, 8Hc. per Inch each Issue, I'rofisslonnl card", one inch, SO cents per month : two inches, "5 cents per month, Locals five Hw. or over, 5 cents per line for first Insertions :Mc per line for each subsequent l.iseitlon. In Mack I j pe 10 cents jier line for first insertion, 5 cents per line for ch subse jic:it Insertion, egal advertUIni? at legal rates. special rates on anc advertisements. C. N. Van Ilosen, Register ol the U. S. Land Office at Springfield, re ports only 8,000 acres of government land left in Missouri, and it is going f.ist, so it looks now as if there would soon be another statesman out of a job, but Van is a good newspaper man, and we look for him back in the ranks. The Comet and Consumpti...

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. — 28 October 1909

II. K. ENLOE, m m m 2 RESIDENT DENTIST. Oflic 'Pbont 74. Reitdinre 'Phon 39. LOCAL NEWS. 5 Don't place your legal printing un til you have seen us. There is a reas on. 5-ROOM HOUSE, 4 lots, living water, for sale cheap. J. H. H. Baker, Versailles, Mo. Merchant Popper was on a trip cast this week after a big supply of goods for his big emporium. Halloween I" Halloween! Watch for Halloween at the Odd Fellow's Build ing Saturday night. Oct.30th. "The best Painters, Contractors Williams for Bananas I anu Architects 01 tnc country use Mound Citv Horse Shoe Brand House Paint exclusively. C. D. Hunter." Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clark, of Sedalia, and little son, Wilburn, arc visiting relatives and friends here this week. For Fancy and Staple groceries, all kinds of fresh and cured meats. Home rcudcrcd lard a specialty. C. II. Pkice, Butcher and Grocer. Soon be time for the political pot to begin to simmer, only six month until filing time for the primary elec tion. There should be something doi...

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. — 28 October 1909

TAFT UNRESERVEDLY FOR DEEP WATERWAY 0 . President Declares When Before Him He Will Be Ready For Bond Issue For The Rivers. St. Ixntls President Tatt arrived In 3t. Louis at 7:27 o'clock Monday morning and was taken to tho St. Louis Club, where he breakfasted. Af ter a brief address there ho was whirled In an auto to the Coliseum, where he spoke at 11 o'clock. His physician had limited him to flvo mln utes because of hoarseness, but he wnrmed up to his themo under the heartiness of his reception and spoke 40 minutes. At 2 ji. m. he lunched at the Plan ters Hotel. From there ho went to Knst St. Louis to dedicate the new PoKtolTIco Dulldlng. When this ser vice wa over the President returned to St. Louis nnd boartled the Oleander to begin the most memorable cruise down th Mississippi ever undertaken by a President of tho United States. Big Day In East St. Louie. Ik-fore tle biggest crowd ever gath ered In I-:at St. Iwouls, President Taft Monday nftwrnoon dedicated the new Federal buildi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 October 1909

Paul a Prisoner The Voyage SaeJay Scaaol Imm for Oct 31, 1M Specially Arrant ed (or This Piper LESSON TEXT. AcU 27:1-28. Memory Teraoa 22-21. CJOI.DKN TEXT."-Commtt thy way unto the Lord; trust ntso In lilm: and tie hall bring: It to pans." I'sa. 37:8. TIME. Summer and autumn of A. D. 10 or CD. PLACE. On tho Mediterranean sen, on tho way to Rome. Suggestion and Practical Thought. Tho voyago of lire Illustrated by Paul's voyage toward Rome. 1. The Voyage on a Peaceful Sea. From Ccsarea to Crcto. Vs. 1-13. Tho ships. After it waa determined to send Paul to Rome under military escort, tho llret thing was to 'find a ship. There was probably very little direct commerce between Ccsarea and Rome, and henco they embarked in a trading vessel which coasted north ward along the shores of Palestine to Sidon and around the easlern point of Cyprus, past Clllcla and Tarsus, and part of Pamphylia to Myra In Lycla, near the southwest ntiGle of Asia Minor. Tho second ship was a largo Egyp tian mercha...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 October 1909

"1 Wf M 1 Vrltteu for the Morgan Omnty ftiruni.iCAK. Pleasure jmd Duty. Now that October is here and th,e harvest moon is shining overhead Mid the fruits of field, orchard and vine yard have been gathered in, the farmer can rest from his labors. And with the fruits of his toil jingling in his pockets, face the winter months without feat or misgiving. Providence has again blessed this, our glorious land, with another boun tiful harvest. The wail of the pessi mist, vvho-e croakings in the early summer, reverberated from coast to coast (chiefly for the purpose of aid ing stock manipulation) have not materialized. The smiling fields, the fruitful orchards, the productive vineyards have yielded abundant crops to the sturdy agriculturist, farm er and rancher, whose pockets arc now jingling with the proceeds of the eight billion dollar harvest, which is given to him as a reward of cease less and faithful toil. The abundant harvest has not only forever laid the panic bogy of 1907 and the pa...

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. — 4 November 1909

County Republican CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Tenth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, November 4, 1909. No. 42. Morgan 15 Days Only That's All THE MIGHTY Price-Splitting Sale 15 Days Only That's All Our Price-Splitting Sale is a mighty benefactor to the great mass es of people that have visited this Big Store, where merchandise of the highest quality, the most fashionable, clean and crisp new fall goods have so little value, every man, woman and child that has darkened our doors since this most beneficial sale has started, was $ more than surprised to see the way we are slaughtering and send ing out daily the large amount of goods. Tiiere Is No Stop To This Sale, Nor is there a stop in using the sharp blade in cutting prices from 40 to 75 per cent. We are determined to unload this vast amount of stock, Regardless of Price. r N MORE SALES DAY Nothing is held back, everything must go. Late Fall Shipments have also been arriving sinc...

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. — 4 November 1909

Morgan County Republican W. W. Klntoch, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI Throughout all the turmoil the north polo remains cool. By Its conduct llallcy'a comet Is causing n lot of gossip. Royal weddings continue, and tho people of Europe continue to pay for them. The Fouth pole Is no doubt begin ning to feel as If It were already las coed. There Is enough prosperity In the country now to give every section n full share. I.nko Michigan continues to jest with those who try to cross It In gaso line launches. How does It feel to be sprinkled with star dust? Ilalley's comet uses that kind of celestial confetti. Mr. Wu Ting Fung predicts a great future for the Panama canal, fn this no one will question his assertion. A New Jersey woman wouldn't a! low her husband to kiss her and ho choked hei for It. Home women must be taught to initial. "This country never lacks for lead ers," ncrordlng to the views of n Mary land editor. No; the trouble Is thnt there are no followers. Lord Ilcresloii' ke...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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