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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 4 November 1909

DEEP WATERWAY IS DEMANDED BY ALL Great River Convention Is Held in New Orleans. PRESIDENT FAVORS PROJECT Promise the Preient Administration Will Support Issuance of Federal Bonds If Fourteen-Foot Pro gram Proves Feasible. Now Orleans, Nov. 1. lUnglng demands for "14 feet through tho val ley" and clnborato argument In sup port of tho program for tho creation of a deep waterway from tho lakes to tho gulf have marked tho great con vention of tha Deep Waterway asso ciation that opened hero Saturday. President Taft, Vice-President Sher man, Speaker Cannon, governors of th Mississippi valley states, Innumer able senators and representatives and a mighty throng of private citizens who believe In tho big river project are hero and nil urgo that It be un dertaken and carried to a speedy con clusion. President Taft Promises Support. President Taft, who arrived In New Orleans escorted by a great flotilla, after an Illuminating trip down tho Mississippi river from St. Louis, land ed from tho li...

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. — 4 November 1909

The Republican, (Successor to The Democrat.) VV. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in the Post Office at Versailles, Missouri as setond class mail matter. Subscription Price 1.00 a Year. 'Phone No. 135. Advertising Rates. Display ntvettlJng. tjr the year, to ineraue Imir inches or more. S'c. per inch each issue. l'mfesilonnl cnnl. one inch, 50 ctnta per month; two inches. :$ cents per month. Locals live lln or over. 5 cents per line for first Insertion: .".c. ver line for each suWuiMtt Insertion. In bl.icls type 10 cents per line for hr.st insertion, 5 cents per line for each subse ipient lu'etllon i,iXl advertising at lesnl rntes. fipeci.it rates on pane advertisements. A good time during the winter months to work up a scheme whereby the city may secure that much needed park or two of them. How about water works! Ver sailles needs- them, and must have ilium, then the city will grow as it should, and there will be something doing all the time. We have received copies of "Fun ny Jungle...

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. — 4 November 1909

I S H. K. ENLOE, m RESIDENT DENTIST. Office 'Phont 74. Kttldtncc 'Phont 39. S LOCAL NEWS. Go to E. A. Williams for Bananas and Oranges. Mr. Seth Railcy left last Thursday night for a trip to Kansas to visit rel atives and old neighbors. Eupion Oil is the best for all pur- noses, especially the incubator. 5 gallons for 00 cents, at E. A. Wil Hams'. H. A. Young, the real estate man, and Mrs. Young left Saturday morn ing over the Rock Island for Kansas City, returning Monday. On their return tltey visited with R. M. Young and family, Windsor. The Ilallow'een entertainment giv en at the Odd Fellow Hall by the Westminister Christian Endeavor was a splendid success. The l)auiuct mom was neatly decorated, "ghosts" served the tables, and everybody had a good time. Fine music was fur nished by the Versailles Orchestra. A neat sum was reali.cd. Money to Lend On Real Estate Security. KiuiAKD II. Woods. Wood. Yes, wood is good on subscription, both for prv-ent or prospective sub scribe rs. a id...

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. — 4 November 1909

ffflJ,OVS pft&LADY Jnr M011Y ELLIOT SE4WELL -" rapvtueur lea Ay AanAt-HtUUL Ca SYNOPSIS. At 14 yr-nra of wjn Admiral Sir Prter Iliuvknlwiw'H nephew, ltlclinril Ulyn. foil deeply In lovu at llrst HlKlit with I.ndy Aralii-lla Klnrinrint, who spurned his at tentions. The Iml, nn orplinn, wn dvi-n n Ix i Hi an inlilplilpmnii on the AJftX by hli undo. flllcH Vernon, nephew of Hlr Tlifimim Wriinti, ln'iime the, boy's pal. They iiltendetl n theater where Hnwk nhaw's nephew aw I.mly Arabella. Wr ncm met I'hlllp Overton, next In lino for Hlr Thomas Vernnn'K estate. They start ed a duel whlrh was Interrupted. Vernon, Overton and Ilawlsshaw's nepliuw found theinsehts ntlraettd by pretty l.ady Ara bella. The AJa In Initio defeated l-'rench varnhlps in the Mediterranean. Klchard (jlyn Kt pii7.e money, Ho was railed home liy Lady MawhHhaw an hn was aliout to "lilnw In" Ids earnings with Vernon. At a ll'iukshaw party (llyn dls rovered lliat l.adv Arabella was a poor hut persistent u.imhler. He...

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. — 4 November 1909

Paul a Prisoner The Shipwreck tmitj School Uim for Not. 7, 1M9 Specially Arranced (or This Papsr WESSON TKXT.Acts 27:27-23110. Mem ory verses. 9. 10. OOl.DKN TEXT. "The Lord rodecmeth tho soul of his servants; and nono of them that trust In him shall bo desolate." -J'sn. 31:22. TIME.-Earlv In November, A. D. El or . PLACE. St. Paul's bay on tho north enst shnro of tho Island of Multn, in tho Mediterranean sen, 1M miles southwest of the most southerly point of Italy. Suggestion and Practical Thought. Whnt the Btorra and wreck revealed ns to the character of Paul, the nils Blonary Hero: for nearly seven months wo have been studying the character of Paul under a great variety of circum stances. Wo have found him con scientious, consecrated to God, de voted to tlie good and the salvation ot his fellow men, energetic, wise, cour ageous, Joyful, faithful, persevering, Independent, unselfish, courteous, of strong feelings, but self-controlled, saintly and true. Wo have seen him chiefly at ...

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. — 4 November 1909

ED NELSON. When 'tuuMa vMkV. Their stock is large and complete, carefully selected, and of the Best Quality. A large display of House Furnishings on hand, and new goods arriving every day. PRICES AS LOW AS GOOD GOODS CAN BE SOLD. Our Stock of Undertaking Goods is complete and up-to-date. Hearse and Services Free. Yours to please, NELSON & WOOLDRIDGE, Leaders in Style, Quality Scattered ltoms. M.ti"--.Vi. ! i.t Saturday, thipppd a lot o' good fill r title- which he bail bought of John Cline and l'ricc Hunter. C. C. Itfirl er. near l-'iccilnm Clmrcli, h.is lu-eti cry ji orly for some tunc, but St is now ip.pcd lie will soon recover. Hunter;-; Williams, tliu mule men, tool: .1 oar Imd of mules to Tipton Sntur d iv, which they hail sold In 1'ticlc S.un liv.tns iur nice figures. There e.-as a box .supper nt Sunny Side m Iioo'i house Saturday tiilit. The pro cieilt, went to the library fund. It was a i!eas.inl and successful affair. Jlife llro-. u last week bought 34 head ol noud en'....

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. — 11 November 1909

1 Morgan can. County Republi Tenth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, November 11. 1909. No. 43. r 5 El r. I It' E The People Enow Good Thing When They See It. You cannot stop them from this mighty Price-Splitting Sale, where a dollar does the work of two, and in some instances of three, tliey will go where they get more than their money's worth; they will go where they get just what has been promised and advertised, at prices never heard of. Follow the big crowds and they will lead you to &e Popper Dry Goods Company's Store. Here is the place where 6c looks as big as a 10c roll of cotton batting, and $3.48 larger than one of our $10.00 overcoats or suits. We have the goods, and have them to sell, and we are going to sell them, we are gomg to sKovel them out at any old price, we arc de termined to clean up, and we are going to do it. Our Price-Splitting Sale Prices cannot be duplicated by any one, camparing quality. OUR MOTTO: The Highest Grade of Merchandise Never too Goo...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 November 1909

JURY SAYS PEARY REAGHEDTHE POLE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 80CIETY VOTES MEDAL TO COMMANDER AND DARTLETT. S.'JBmllL hot. aijut"" If lnwpo4H Joorml Portrait of the Man to Be Appointed Minister to China From Wireless Description. i pre DRAMATIC APPEARANCE OF MAN IN COURT WHO SAYS MME. STEINHEIL IS INOCENT. WAS DISGUISED AS A WOMAN New Witness Was Placed Under Ar rest and Jury Warned That "Con fession" May be a Hoax His Accomplice Is Dead. rails, Franco. Tho trial of Minn. KU'lnlioll was dramatically interrupt ed by a man who swore that lus had participated in the murder of .Mine. Ktelnhell's husband and her step mother, of which Blii' is accused, and that tin,' prisoner had no pait in the c-1 1 nit. Tim now witness, who was Im mediately placed under arrest, said In; was disguised as a woman at the time of tho crime. He saiil his only reason for confessing was to clear his conscience. The new witness was dramatically Inlioduced. M. Auldn, Mine. Sleinheil's attorney, Hist read a letter, signed...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 November 1909

romnMr it it tnmi -mmiu ce. MOLLY uusmwom by RAY VMLTR5 YN0P3IS. At 14 jreare of age Admiral Mr Peter llnwkRlinw'fl ncphuw, Ktchanl wiyn. Ie,i deeply Iti lovo nt first night with L:iily Arabella Rlnrmont, who unitrneil Mm hI tMltlofin. Tlio lnd, nn orphan, win given u berth ns iiMshlnmnn on the, AJux liy his uncle. Ollei Vernon, nephew of Sir Thomas Vernon, became the. boy's pal. They ntli'ndeil a theater where Hawk shaw's nephew saw Laily Araheltn. Ver non met Philip Overton, next In line for Sir Thomns Vernon's estate. Thev start ed a duel which was Interrupted. Vernon, Overton and Hawkshaw' nephew found themselves attracted by pretty I.mlv Ara bella. The AJax In battlo defeated French Warships In tlio Mediterranean. Ilk-hard Olvn cot 2.000 prize money. Ho was called home liv Lnily Hawkstinw as ho Jvas about to "blow In" his earnings with Vernon. At a Hawkshaw rtrty Cilyn dis covered that Irfidy Arabella was a poor but persistent Rambler. Ho talked much with her count 1 Daphne, f....

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 November 1909

5S5JS?"' The Republican, :' Tccfsor to Tin: dv.mockat.) W. W. KMLOGH, Proprietor. SJitten '1 in tliB, Post Office nt VerMiilles, Mi'-onri a", second class mail uitiltcr. Subscription I'rice,.'. J.l.1'0 a Year, '3TJoro No. ISIS' Advertising Hntcs. HlsjiJay nili-prtliliiK. bytlie yeiir. to nvcrnge tV'ir InrhtHor m.ire. sc, jier hull cacli i'w, ritil'txiiiiril ripl,, one incli, Z'i, cents Jet iKititli, two .11' ?s rcnuj-cr month. I.ocalu fivi. ' j: over, j cciiti jt line for t In .ei'.lo-.i. ."J''. per tine f r encli niWquent 'iiiviiluti. In lil.'i I. lyjic II! cent per line for fir.t liKeiHon. 'i ctnt'i per tine for cr.cli su1e l ' nt ln-i t lion. .'(il aili'tif sim: -it Icital rate. 'pedal latcson l..ijje ndverllM'iiienti. The pcton who refuses to Mtb icriby and pay for the local paper has no right to ail: for its space for notices or for the publication of any other matter. Such a person is never worth anything to a local paper and has no claims on its space any more than he would t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 November 1909

:5: H. K. ENJLOE. 1 Ofllo 'Phon '- - Phone i 7.1. :. r LOCAL NLiVVo. v a n -t -a v v v v f t; v a ft v Samuel 1'. Clilt mi called Monday and set his subsc iption mj a year. luipion Oil is i! e best Jor all pur poses, especiall. the incubator, gallons for 00 '-.its, at K. A. Wil liams'. Geo. Piesic iiid wife, of Burdett, Kan., came iu last week on a visit with relatives in Old Morgan. A broken electric light wire Sun day night compilled the Baptists to fall back on the old coal oil lump, and what n going back it was. N. J. I .cullers, the artistic painter and paper hanger, who had made Versailles hit hemic for the past two years, finding work rather slack here in his line has luc.itei! at Leeton. Mo leaving hete with his family am household foods Mmiday. We wish lum tirABiMMilv in life now Vim-tr He will keei- vos',ed on Versailles happenings uy leading the Rfpuw.i- Moaey to Lsnd On Real Jistatc Sccuiiiy. UlUiAKIl II. Woods. Notict). All parties indebted to Dr. A. J. flu in v lii ple...

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. — 11 November 1909

v NEW STRENGTH FOR BACKS. WOMEN'S How to Make a Bad Back Batter. Womi-n who Buffer with backache, bearing down pains, dizzy spells and that constant reeling of dullness and tired ness, will find hope In tho advlco of Mrs. Mnry Inson of 21 Strotber St., Mt Sterling, Ky. "Had I not used Doan's Kidney Pills, I be lieve I would not bo living today," says Mrs. lllnson. "My eyesight was poor, 1 suffered with nervous, splitting head aches, spots would danco before my eyes and at times I would bo so dizzy I would havo to grasp something for support. My back was so weak and painful I could hardly bend over to but ton my shoes and could not get around without suffering severely. Doan's Kid ney Pills helped mo from tho first, and I continued until practically well again." Itomombor tho name Doan's. Solo by nil dealers. CO cents n box. Foster Milhurn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. JUST SO. "Your majesty, there's a creditor without." "Let him go without." ECZEMA COVERED" HIM. Itclilr.g Torture Was Beyond W...

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. — 11 November 1909

Morgan County Republican i W. W. Klnloch, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI Spain In trying very hard to be up to date. It now 1ms n bulllli;ht trust If woraun Is to Imvc a hnttoiiless dress, why don't man have u button less collar? It Is going to bo a hard winter for tlio poor. The prlcu of nutomobllo Urea has gone tip. Gold worth $11,000,000 is coming out of the Tnnana vallny, Alaska, this sea son. It should BUfllce to All quite a number of teeth. Servla seems bent on looking for trouble. Tho little kingdom will dis cover trouble Is a thing much easier to llnd than to lose. This country Is not captious and carries no chip on Its shoulder, but It dares any foreign navy to sail up to the north polu and take It. Tho Moors havo caught nnother Spanish force unawares. That war seems to bo conducted by the hostile tribesmen on tho surprise-party plnn. Western crop and trade reports con tinue highly favorable. And big har vests and good business In tho west mean general prosperity for the c...

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. — 11 November 1909

'Ml 1 Scattered Items. Mr. Hlgdon last week boufiht two car loads of moles" in Morgan County and shipped (hem' from Versailles to hls'farm Hunter & Williams are in the south patt buying more mules for tlrcir'ieetl ami sale stables. Geo. Snorgrass last week took ft'load of galvanized roofing out lo'his'farm and lias recovered his barn. Allen llmvlin -has gone into the beef cattle business. He bought ti herd of Uhree Inst week, and has them on full feed. The grain market in the Kast end has opetud up fairly -well. Corn is selling 'frnm"ftc 'to-tibc per bu, Oats from 3.5c to lie pe r bu. nnd hay in the field from jr.'jO to f'.OO per ton. The farmer's Telephone Co., on divi sion No, 7, last Thursday night held a in. ting over the wire and elected officers fur the ensuing year. Judge Kidwell , rliofccn cliairman, V. A. Taylor secretary, and T. M. Hunter was uiiani nioiiOy elected director. This company is in a prosperous- condition and their efficient central is giving the whole sys....

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. — 18 November 1909

organ County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE. RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, November 18. 1909. No. 44. if A TheFe opleEnow hin W f.T... - -is..,. . . i3CS-ifii.,j,rri.i...--i-wujajjiwmui,j.j-.ni Ji-ir,j.,j.-..ii-.ui ien They See It. You cannot stop them from this mighty Price-Splitting Sale, whore a dollar does the work of two, and in some instances of three, tlisy will go where they get more than their money's worth; they wSl go where they get just what has been promised and advertised, at prices never heard of. Follow the big crowds and they will lead you to o)e Popper Dry Goods Company's Store. I Here is the place where 6c looks as big as a 10c , roll of cotton l batting, and $3.48 larger than one of our $10.00 overcoats or suits. We have the goods, and have them to sell, and we are going to sell them, we are going' to stiovel tfoem out at any old price, we are de termined to clean up, and we are going to do it. Our Price-...

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. — 18 November 1909

Morgan County Republican W. W. Klnloch, Publliher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI NEWS OF THE WEEK LATEST HEWS OF THE WORLD TERSELY TOLD. 0RTH. EAST,SflUTH AND WEST tiotoa From Foreign Land Through out the Nation, and Particularly the Great 3outhwest. Charles Lout;, an Iron Mountain freight conductor, wns struck by his tinlii In th! yanls at Poplar llluff, Mo., unil died a blunt tlnio after, llo was about DO years olil and loaves a widow and small child. His home was lu Huxle, Ark. Mrs. W. T. Hawes, of Ilnwesvllle, K, whs attacked by ft negio at i:iinsvllli', Ind. Several women, who happened lo he near, went to Mrs. llawch' lesi ue. They attacked the no Ki with hat plus, badly lacerating his face. The iiclmo made his escape. ltev. Dr. Cashar Wlstar Hlatt, pas tor or lilt Hm-lid Avenue Congrega tlonal church at Cleveland. O., for thir teen years known as a leader lu the Congi, galiot.nl church in America, has announced his fotthcoining retirement fiom the pulpit. Alter a search lasting more th...

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. — 18 November 1909

WBEMVES Jyy NOLLY ELLIOT SEAWELL 8YN0PSIS. At 14 yrnrs of ni?o Ailmlrnl Blr rotor Hawksliaw'H npphuw, Illrtinrd Olyii. foil docply In lovo at tlrHt slKht with I.mly Arabella Stormotit, who iipurncd Ida at tentions. Tlio liul, un orplmn, wns Klveii n berth us tnll.hlpman on tho AJux by hl uncle. Olios Voriinn, nephew of Kir Thomns Vernon, bernmu tho boy'H pal. They attended a theater where llmvlt ihaw's nephew aw I.mly Arabella. Ver non met l'hlllp Overton, next In line for Blr Thomas Vernon's estate. They stnrt cd a iluel whleh was Interrupted. Vernon, Overton and Hawkshaw's neihew found themselves attracted by protty Iidv Ara bella. Tho AJax In battle defeated French warships In the Mediterranean. Hlchard Cllvn Rot 2,000 prlzo money. Hu was rnlled home by Lndy HawkHhaw as bo was about to "blow In" his earnings with Vernon. At a Hawkxlmw parly (llyn dls tovered that Lady Arabella -wan a poor but persistent gambler, lie talked much with her cousin Daphne. I.ady Arabella nsaln showed ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 18 November 1909

Pi I I XL The Republican, (tiiifccsHir 'to Ts I) mocuat.) W. V. KINI.OCH. Proprietor. Entered in the I'ost Office nt Versailles, Missouri H.i JtawT clnss mail inntter. ttttbscription Trice $t.(') a Year, CliorNc Not IOS' Advertising Rotes. lMHil.iym!iirtlMiiK. ' V I' t0 nvci.ise lour Indict or niot-r. 'iO. pet Inch each lu. I'rofo-iloinl oO'N. one liicii. So vciiU Ier in:i:it li , two inc "5 cent per 11 III. I.iic-hI. live lii-i. or uvci. scent r line for ii ! Iineitloni ." Ic vjer Utf f. I ench iiliseiueilt '.vi.-rilon. InV.ii'ft l )e III tent Jier line for liist Insertion. SctuN per line lor e..cii Mil.se- 'I l.'I't IlLllU'lll. cKnl mltrUiiis! "t leant tntri. .ipcelil ialt'm y-iTe cidvcrtfciiieiilH. Thanksgiving Proclamation. Wiikkk.,-, It has long been the beautiful custom of our people to ob wrve a day ol Annual Thanksgiving lor the many blessings we have re ceived from the Bountiful (liver of all things. And, Vm:ur.A'. The President cf the nation and the Governor of our state, ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 18 November 1909

K. ENLOE, n as. a nr. a x v vv , a is v ! 5 RESIDENT DENTIST. Oldie "'n.tir RtsMtrct 'I'hnm S 7-U 30. t g LOCAL NEWS. ? tl . t K 4 t ' 1! ti '. tt W t Avery Price, the U. S. weather r'.-ioricr, i courts tlic rainfall since last! Thursday at 3 14 indies. I'upion Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the incubator. 5 'the Royal Theatre, CI i to E. A. Williams for Bananas and Orange. 20 good young Mule Teams for Sde.M. I'. Anderson. o-KOOM UOUSK. -i lots, living water, for sale cheap. J. II. H. i&kkk, Versailles, Mo. Jesse Hardy, formerly with J. V. K:iof)), last week bought the Stock' ton Cafe, taking charge last Friday. "The best I'ainters, Contractors and Architects of the country use MnitM&Chy IforSe Shoe lira ml House Paint exclusively. C. I)'. Hunter." The LVcsie Bros, have purchased and its patrons gjlons for 00 cents, Mums'. Sir . FA Nelson has been on the sic' I tat the p.nt week with an ng grivaied case of lagrippe, but is im I'.roving. The nioning glories in ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 18 November 1909

CERTAIN DEATH. Hilda Would you lay down your llfo for mo? Harold Olady, dearest Hilda Then go and tell fathor of our engagement. SKIN TROUBLES CURED. Two Little Girls Had Eczema Very Badly In One Case Child's Hair Camo Out and Left Bare Patches. Cutlcum Met with Great Success. "I havo two llttlo girls who have been troubled very badly with eczema. Ono of them had It on her lower limbs. I did everything that I could hear of for her, but It did not give In until warm weather, when It seem ingly subsided. The next winter when It hecamo cold the eczema started again and also In her head where It would tako tho hair out and leave baro patches. At tho same time her arms were two tho whole- length of Ihern. I took hor to a physician, hut ho child grew worse all the time. Her filter's arms wore also affected. I be pnn using Outlcura Remedies, and by the time the nernnd lot was used their ktn was soft and smooth. Mrs. Charles Raker. Albion, Me.. Sept. 21, '08." Cotter Drug & Ctacm. Corp....

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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