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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 18 November 1909

Paul's Story of His Life 9mtr ScImmI Uim for Nov. 21, 1909 SpccUOr Arranged (or Thlf Paper LESSON TEXT.-Cor. 11:22-3: 12:1-10. Memory vcrae 24, 25. GOLDKN TEXT.-"IIo said unto me, My grace Is BUlllclent for thee! (or my strength Is made perfect In weakness." -2 Cor. 12:9. TIME. Autumn of A. D. M to lato In (2 or early In 53. PLACE. In Macedonia, whore the Sec ond Epistle to tho Corinthians was writ ten. Suggestion and Practical Thought. 1. Tho church In Corinth was very young, not uoven years old, from the first coming of Paul, who remained with them only a year and a half. Since that time they had grown In numbers with but little outside help from Paul and those who represented him. 2. The young church was surround ed by Intense worldllncss, and heathen Immoralities and principles, which were like an Intense moral malaria, an unhealthy atmosphere. 3. There was In the city a consider able colony of Jews who wero opposed lo the whole Christian movement. 4. An nntl-Paulinu mission of ...

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. — 18 November 1909

You Who Want Tailor-Made Clothes at You don't, neecl to pay a .millionairess price to get your clothes made by the greatest tailors in Chicago or New York as his are made. Fifth Atfenue Style no longer costs a Fifth Avenue Tailor's Bill It is the business of the Royal Tailors, of Chicago and New York to bring to you just that kind of metropolitan tailoring to build clothes to order for you, in the latest, snappiest, classiest styies to be seen anywhere in America. And yet to charge you no more perhaps ever, Jess than you have been paying for ill fitting factory-made clothes. 1 take your measure at this store by the most complete and ingenious measure-taking system known. That system gives the cutter a virtual blue print of your figure 18 defin ite body measurements over which to drape and tailor your suit. And when it comes it is a master suit better than the best -local tailor could give you. For it has been made for you in the two biggest and best organized taiCoiing establish men...

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. — 25 November 1909

organ County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE. RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. NJ r Tenth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, November 25, 1909. No. 45. M I 83 f 1 if: i n IN xtension I Sale! 5 EXTENSION I" THOUSANDS OF $$$$$$$$ THE, HOT WEATHER IS THE CAUSE TIED UP We have thousands of dollars worth of heavy winter goods that must be moved before it is too late, or before the winter season is over. 1 We "are not going to summer them over, we are not going to salt them down, or pickle them for the next season, and try to sell them to you as new fall and winter goods, as is being done in small towns; we are not going to wait until you come in, or be compelled to buy, and get all we can foi them; we are not going to take such chances: we are srom ra unioaa, ana mas is u w . u A DOLLAR IS ALWAYS WORTH $2.00 WHEN YOU BUY OF US. For the next 20 clays we are going to have a Red hot Extension Sale. Prices that will again create a great ex citement amoag the great m...

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. — 25 November 1909

tiorgan County Republican W. W. Klnloch, Publisher. VERSAILLES, - MISSOURI NEWS OF THE WEEK t.ATEST NEWS OF THE WOHLD TERSELY TOLD. NORTH, E1ST.JBUTI AND 1ST Notes From Foreign Lands Through out the Nation, and Particularly the Great Southwest. A Jail delivery, In which three pris oners, lllondy KIiik mid (leorKi! Sim nioiiH, while, and Richard White, a no urn, made their (Kcape, was effuclcd from the Perry county Jail ut I)uitioln, 111. They sawed out the barn in the (ellH and tbcaped from the hillldlnii by dlKKlng a hole thmiich tho wall. I'ohI master (ielieral Hitchcock has upproved di'ln.s for thu new postal eaidsi to he llnlslu'd by thu govern ment prlnlliiK ortlic under the ur laiiKenient Inking effect January 1 next. The head of McKlnley will bo continued on the oidinary card, birC a belter likeness has been selected and thi' bolder design hits been much improved. V. 1.. Carney, an tiKei ruclusu and well to do citizen, who was attacked anil lobbed In his homo several mouths a...

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. — 25 November 1909

vrrmtO I WWW ummflTom by RAY WALTERS SYNOPSIS. At. 14 years of nno Admlrnt Mr relet1 Hawksliaw's nephew, Hlcluml (llyn. fell floeply In Invo nt llrst kIkIiI Willi I.ndy Arabella Storniont, who npurned liln at tentions. Thn 1ml, nn orulinn, wns lven a berth ns tulilMilpmnn on tlio AJux by bis linele. Oiles Vernon, nephew of Sir Thomn& Vernon, became the boy's pal. They attended a. theater where Hawk hnw's nephew rnw l.mly- Arabella. Ver non met l'lilllp Overton, next In line for Hlr Thomas Vernon's entnte. They Htart c.l a duel which w.is Interrupted. Vernon, Overton and HnwksImw'H nephew found themselves nttrneted by pretty I.ndy Ara bella. The, AJax In battle defeated l'rench warships In the Mediterranean. Ulehard Olyn Rot 2,000 prize money. Ho was called homo by l.ady HuwkRliaw ns be wns nbout to "blow In" his enrnlnss with Vcrnnn. At n'llnwkshaw party (Jlyn dls eovered that I.ndy Arabella was n. poor but persistent Rambler. He talked tniieh with her eousln Uaphnc. I.ndy Arnbe...

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. — 25 November 1909

ttif tnli 'i i it iii p The Republican, (Successor to TllH DKMOCRAT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Kutered in the I'ost Office nt Versailles, Missouri as second class mail niP.Uer. Subscription I'rice jtl.00 n Year, A.-l vcrtlninil Ratal.. DlMiliy nilifillsiiiK, by Ihe year, to averafsc tout Inchi-i or mine. KJ4c per Inch ench Ismii:. l'rofihilotial rni.l., one iiu h, Sn ccnli Jier intjtilli, I wo iniiirs, "5 rent per motilli, Locils- live liii-H. .r over, ,, cents per Hup for lir-.t iuscitloti; .'Sc. per llnr fr.r ench miltiiiritt lil-.etll.in. In lilnik type In cntt per line tor litsi uisi-rli'iti. s reiiti per line for cjcIi fcule ijitent tiMeilion VK.il rul.titliitn: nt leaal rnlf. .special mien on piine Milverll'tmeiili. Morgan County Wheat. J. V. K.mffmnti brought in two loads of who.it one day last week, 78 ant J 72 bushels, (or which lie re ceived SI. lli per bushel, a total of JUiB.OO. Mr. K.'s wheat, wc un derstand, averaged near .'JO bushels per itcre. Is it any wfidcr that...

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. — 25 November 1909

s s p m 2 Olllr 'Pnont S 74. H. K. EHLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Ketldtnro 'I'lion 39. LOCAL NEWS. Kupion Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the incubator, 5 gallons for 00 cents, nt K. A. Wil liams'. Mr. nntl Mrs. II. Kiilwcll and daughter, Miss Fannie, were yisiting with Mr and Mrs. 1'cn Riekard of Tip ton la-t week, returning home Monday. Biff Supper For 25 Cents. The Kind's I Viughters, of the l'res bvterim church, will j;ive a good old fashioned supper (the kind that stays j with y ') 'in l ue first day of Decetn lur, ! ginning -"t fii.'JO in the even ing, at Odd Fellow building. Look at ti.p up nu and it's hard to tell how any one can keep away. Roast Chicken and Dressing. Oraiy ami Mushed Potatoes, C.i!i!'"'i' Sl.iw ami Celery, ('off' e and cocoa, ('re.itn and l.einun l'ies. I l ls t.nu'it to !)'- enough, but if not send ri your order ahead. DVD i Y'S BARBER SHOP, Lii l itii s In Mumin-llnrily nines:, liv t ti tr.j; New, N'c.il, Clean, Sanitary. Give U.i a Trial, Jas. A...

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. — 25 November 1909

P. "J i4 Plain Tho plnlii collfiiri), volil of curl or wave or puff, Is very pretty and stri king, iiml fortunate arc tho.su who cuu wear It. Fair ones with a plenti ful mipply of luilr, as well iih good IiioUh, will line this variation of the ISrcck Ktylc (so much In vogue), Just stilted to them. It requires a head hand and a pair of wide eomhs to hold il well In Khape. Tho hand is a sort of small tiholl coronet and niiHWers (he purpono of HtipportfiiK the side hair and adorning the coiffuru us well. The hair Is parted off for this coif fine as for a pompadour. Tho portion combed hack is tied at tho base of the head and twisted Into a coll, fast cnul with pins. That portion of the hair combed for ward ia to be parted In the middle. The shell coronet Is adjusted to tho TO KEEP FACE IN CONDITION Quality of Towel Used Is an Impor tant Consideration Proper Care Of Brushes Employed. Always use a soft linen towol for -wiping the face. The hands arc the Lt'Ht medium for washing; rough dot...

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. — 25 November 1909

'TTTTrTtTrT i MISSOURI STATE NEWS '4 TV VI TTTTf TITWITTT Much for Whluh to bo Thankful. Gov. Hndley's Thnnksglvlni; procla mation follows: "Tho president xif the United States, In accordance with ap propriate custom Hint has cumu down to us from the very hcRlnnlng of our national life, has designated Thurs day, November 25, aa a day of thanks giving and prayer. I feel that the people of Missouri can most appro priately Join In tho observance of thin occasion. During tho year last past, nature has brought to us a sulllcient, If not n bountiful, return from fluid and vine. The fow that have suffered droughts and floods have been relieved from the plenty of others. Labor has been generally employed at fair wages and business has been both active and porsperous. We have enjoyed a free dom from lawlessness and disorder; .our laws have been Impartially en forced without disturbance or a re sort to any unusual efforts. A regard for the rights at others and tho ob servance of law have brou...

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. — 25 November 1909

Morgan County. ' 'William V. Orion, Geologist and Mineral ogist ol the Horthwcstern Mining Company, Submits nn Expert Deport . on Our Lead and Zinc Resources Wnlch Is VnlvabU, Hot Alone to Our Frnplc, But to Men ot Capital Seeking a fieiJ lor Mining These Two MarKcOblc Ores. For the benefit of Hie public generally i and 'hose particularly interested in the mineral interests of Morgan County, c take oi'tu-i'.ti to reproduce a report re c ntlv in nle 1y William V.Oitoii, Gcolo U.slund Mii't-rnl expert of the North western Mining Company, who personal ly superintended the investigation of our lead Mini .iiu- ns.iurcc, for the purpose 'if ascertaining positive proof asto wheth er these miii'ais wen: embed led under .lie sutf.iee in quantities which would justify mining activities to he Collcctitr.it id in this field. There has b"ei; nothing cut out or add ed to Fspert I Mon's report. It is given in his o.mi language mid after his own judgment so that there can lie no mis liiidT!,tiiii'J...

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 December 1909

Morgan County Republ ican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GSHBRAL NEWS. Tenth Year. Versailles, MoM Thursday Morning, December 8, 1909. No. 46. II r THE POPPER DRY GOODS CO.'S sion Sale! Which now is in full swing, must be of some benefit to some of the people. Before this sale started, men walked the streets with hardly enough money to buy a pair of pants, but some men walked into this store and bought a suit worth $10.00, and a nice winter qap worth $1 -25, making a total of $1 1 .25; for the small amount of $8.87. Do you think it was worth going after? A lady walked in to buy a piece of dress goods for her daughter, 14 years old, not to exceed $5.00, and a jacket for about $6.50, making a total of $11.50, she bought both, with the best of satisfaction, for the smalt amount of $43. iMBKS&SaESaesi DON'T SrOP, COME RIGHT ON TO THIS MONSTER SALE. Here is the place -where you get value for your dollar; here is the place where all the people look alike:...

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 December 1909

! : ri Morgan' County Republican W. W. Klnloch, Publliher. VERSAILLES, MI380URI NEWS -OF THE WEEK LATfciiT NEW8 OF THB WORLD TERSELY TOLD. ROBTH, EAST. SOUTH ftND WEST Notes From Foreign Land?, Through out the Nation, and Particularly the Gret.l Southwest. Frankc I'uto was lillled at Mt. Car liul, III., by William, alias Jumbo Adams, after ti quarrel at a danco J'ate linil a shotgun, but Adams fired first, using a revolver, death resulting almost instantly. Tho coroner's jury hold Adams to await the action of tho grand Jury. John Huntley, a farmer living near Heaver City, Ukla., was killed by full ing head first Into a deep well and fracturing his skull. John Klach, a real estate dealer of Denver, Colo., while on his way to Syracuse, N. Y., to visit hla aged moth er, whom he hud not seen In nine years, met death In crossing tho vesti bule, going from a Pullman sleeper luto the dining car of tho fast Lake Shove limited, tho train broke In two und ho was hurled to his death under the ...

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 December 1909

8YNOP8I8. I At 14 years of ro Admiral Blr Peter ftawknhnw'ii nephew, Itlchard Olyn,- foil deeply in lovo ut first sight with Lady Arabella Stormont, who spurned his at tentions. The lad, an orphan, wan Riven berth as midshipman on tho AJax by his uncle, ailcs Vernon, nephew of Hlr Thomas Vernon, became, tho boy's pal. They attended a theater wherp Hawk haw's nephew saw Ijuly Arabella. Ver non rnct Philip Overton, next In line for Sir Thomas Vernon's estate. They start ed a duel which was Interrupted. Vernon, Overton and Hawkshaw's nephew found themselves attracted by pretty Lady Ara bella. Tho AJax In battle defeated French warships In tho Mediterranean. Itlcliard Olyn pot 2.000 prlzo money. Ho was called home by Lady Hawkshaw as bo was about to "blow In" his earning with Vernon. At a Hawkshaw party Olyn dis covered that Lady Arabella was a poor out persistent Rambler. Ho talked miu-h with her cousin Daphne. Lady Arabella again showed love for RatnlnR. Later Bho held Olyn and Overto...

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 December 1909

i . The Republican, (Successor toTim Democrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in the 1'ost Office at Versailles Missouri as scumd class mail nintter. iJuhscriptlcro Price,. .$1.00 a Year Phont No. 133. Mrs. R. E. Bradford Dead. Heart trouble was the primary cause of the death of Mrs. Ella Scott Bradford, wife of Robert E. Hrad ford, St. Louii manager of the Casualty Company, whose body was found lying across a bed in her home, 4951 Washington boulevard, yester day morning, according to Dr. J. F. I'richard, who performed an autopsy at Wagoner's undertaking rooms. "Mrs. Bradford evidently fainted, the physician said, "and in falling struck her head against a sewing ma' 1 liine top which was lying on the bed, as shown by two slight abra moiis on the lorcneau. bnc wore a tight-fitting collar, and it may have been that this impeded the heart action and was partly responsible for her death, but heart trouble was the primary cause. The condition of the heart was unhealthy." Dr. W. B. ...

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 December 1909

s H. K. ENLOE, hEKident dentist. Office 'Phone 74. Ruldsnre 'I'hons 89. S LOCAL NEWS. The new heating plant in the Baptist church will be in operation by Sunday. Prof. Gene Livesary visited with t-nts uncle, k. m. Lavesary, over r Thanksgiving. tv i i huplnn Oil is the best (or all pur poses, especially the incubator, 5 r, gallons for 00 cents, at E. A. Wil- (. Hams'. j- Beverly-and Esther Devinna, who are attending the State University, ,if came home for Thanksgiving. The weather last week was the regular Morgan County variety, as fine as silk, and the hunters took advantage of it to cover the tacc of the country in search of game. As to the number of tame fowls, calves, hog, sheep, cattle and horses shot, we have no report, but suppose the usvtal number'got theirs all right. J. W. MrCann, the wood saw man hid the misfortune last Thursday of getting Ids left hand caught in the yaw, and the thumb cut olf and two ' first fingess badly lacerated. The wounds were dressed by Dr. Lutman,...

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 December 1909

Paul on the Grace of Giving SaaJiy Sclool Ltiiea for Dtc , lMt Specially Arranced (or Thl Paptr LKSSON TEXT. 2 Cor. atl-l. Memory verse, 9. (JOLDRX TRXT. "nomcmber tho wnnls of tlit I.onl Jomir, how ho fiald, It In more Merwod to gtv than to re M o."-Acts 20:35. Suggestion and Practical Thought. Tho Grace of Giving. Its Blessed nfiss nnd Principles. 1. Tho Immcdlnto Object The Col lection for the Poor Dlsclplcn of tho Mnthuhr Clirucli In Jerusalem. The first thing In giving Is a henrt to give; the next Is nn object that needs our gifts. This nl?o MntlTes our heart's deslro to give. Tho object which called out the many wise precepts which Paul wrote to the Corinthians, was the need of the poor disciples at .Terusnlom. This object as a motlvo was greatly strengthened by the fact that by these gifts the memberB of tho church at Jerusalem would be bound closer to the Oentlle Christians through this expression of love nnd sympathy; nnd this new bqnd was needed because there was rib small...

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 December 1909

rfi tin i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii n 1 1 NEWS FROM MISSOURI i v iniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' Nobody Wants This Conference. "The foxes have holes and tho birds of tho nlr have nosts, but tho Missouri conference of tho Methodist Episcopal Church, South, representing the Son of Man, and a membership of 30,000 ad herents, has no place to lay Its head, or put Its feet under a table, without tho cash," ig.the rather Btartllng state ment, la substance, that comes from Rev. B. P. Taylor, secretary of tho commission appointed by the lost ses sion of this body to find a sultable-and economical place to hold the next annual session In 1910. Secretary Tay lor says he published a request In the official organ of tho Missouri coher ence, tho St. Louis Advocate, for pro posals for entertainment, which wore expected to come from the different towns In Missouri, but "thoro tiro no roqucsts for tho conference on tho basis of free entertainment" an un usual condition and one that jeopard izes Missouri's reputation ...

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 December 1909

i mi it m Our Decern Der Sale Cotton Goods are Up, and tStill Advancing. We are mailing' mo advances. We bought very heavy in al! lines before the advance, and will give our patrons a regular Christmas Gift in Bargains. We quote you a few bargains out of the largest stock of Merchandise we have ever had in our Store. We are loaded from bottom to top, and have made prices that will unload them. ladies' Suite at cost, $8.00 to $12.50 Ladies;' CSoaks,a8from $5.00 to $14.00 Slices For Men, Women and Children. We carry the best and largest stock in Versailles We have received 150 dozen, or 1800 pairs of shoes in the last two weeks, and still they come; so it would be impossible to quote you prices, but our prices are right, and we back up the quality of every pair. On Overshoes you will find our prices lower than the lowest. We carry the largest stock in Morgan County. Our Men's and Boys' suits and overcoats are up-to-date, just right in qual ity and make, none better. We made a re ducti...

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 December 1909

Morgan County Republican CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. A LTenth Year. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, December 9, 1909. No. 47. ll , R H I I 111 S n H J L I. A K I XKT TTOTTIR, POCKET t I s That's What it Means When You Trade With Us This powerful Extension price splitting sale is in full sway and just in time for your winter needs; the cold weather is here, we are prepared to meet your wahts; this big establishment is chuck full from one end to the other and from top to the bottom. PONT STOP - COME RIGHT ON What is the use for you to worry about your Xmas presents, come right to this store where you will find most any thing you need, we don't stop at small things; right here is the place where you can buy a two wheel cart for 10 cents or a good size comfort for any old single bed for 67 cents. A Few of These Extension Sales Will Open Your Eyes 10 Quart Pails Never sold for less than 2octs, as long as they last, and one at the time, IOC...

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 December 1909

MORGAN COUNTY REPUILIO M W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher VERSAILLES MISSOURI NEWS OF THE WEEK Host Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. Interesting Items Gathered from all Parts of the World Condensed Into Small Space for the Ben efit of Our Readers. Domestic Item. It Is rumored that Edwin Hawlcy Is contemplating the formation of a hold ing company to Includo the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad company, Bt. Louis & San Francisco, St. Louis, Toledo & Western, Illinois, Kvansvlllo & Terro Haute and Chesapeake & Oblo. Gov. Haskell has appointed 152 delegates to represent Oklahoma at the National Good Roads convention at Topcka. It Is believed ITesldent Taft'a com ing message contains a strong recom mendation that national banks bo restrained from dealing in speculative securities. Richard I'arr the deputy surveyor of the port of New York staled at the trial of persons Implicated In tho sugar scandals that after ho had dis covered the methods by which the governme...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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