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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 January 1910

PATIENCE UNREWARDED. "Aro there any llsh In the lnko Aero?" "I dunno! This is only tho second lay I've been Ashing here! SOFT, WHITE HANDS May be Obtained in One Night. For preserving tho hands ns well as for preventing redness, roughness, and chapping, and Imparting that vel vety softness and whiteness much do filred by women Cutlctira Soap, assist ed by Cutlctira Ointment, Is believed to bo superior to all other skin soaps. For those who work In corrosive liquids, or at occupations which tend to iijuro tho hands, it is invaluable. Treatment. Ilatho and soak tho hanAs on retiring in a strong, hot, rerimy lather of Cutlcurn Soap. Dry ar anoint freely with Cutlcura OInt nftcnt, and In severe cases spread tho Outlcurn Ointment on thin pieces of .'old linen or cotton. Wear during tho night old, looso gloves, or a light ban dago of old cotton or linen to protect tho clothing from otain. For red, rough, and chapped hands, dry, As sured, itching, feverish palms, and shapeless nails with p...

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. — 20 January 1910

The Republican, (Suctx-sor IoThk DliMiKKAT.) W. W. lilNLOCH, Proprietor. liutere'l iu tlit l'ost Office lit Versailles, Mi'.viihii h KULond'clnss mail matter. hi.bicript'oii Price, fj.i'O ti Year, 't'ltuno No. itiS. AUv I'sllttlng Itulcs. iWln aiUft i'itiR, by Hie ycni. to nvcroEc fo.M tut'. t 'i 'fc S!ic liuli inch Ih.iii-, i roft-.-'oii"! "'K inch, i ccnu jrr ltio-il!ii-vi, tn'iif T, mil )rr titjt!i . i nivls -fife iiM in met. s nli i I lie fur tit -t lifi-illini. -'(c ver line f -r enclt mWiiii-nt I m-i-.lon. In 'il Hi. type l) riii' lr H-i? fr IimI liners -mi to nl pir line fur cell sutw queiit 'i ll ,i (.e'nl nilvcitl-nirf nl leuul nitei. .mihcIiiI I (ilea ,n I'Pac itlrfrllement. It has been suggested that the nrsmt tlti: Versailles men limits drop their idvurti-aiig just after the holi days is to give ,n-' in:i'' order houses ,i t fiance to git in lair work. Thi j; the time that Sea's, Uoc!U' k u "., M in's inury. Ward and Co., i i c.'.ici m.i.i ordei fti'iii' ftci uflcr trade...

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. — 20 January 1910

I LOCAL NEWS. 5 j Kupion Oil is the best for nil pur ji'oses, especially the incubator, 5 gallons for 80 cent!!, at R. A. Wil liiiiW. MVork was b"gun on the new front f rtC .1... M..ri I-I..-, I..,.,.- I. "l HIV I'llll Uiillaiwiii. ninii. '1IWIft yJiml il will.be pushed to completion, weather permitting. r?.. .. ....... i 1. ritr -i 1 1 rv uuim vuui u wi k - - -- o- . o nml siii.lle horse, pcrlcctly sound and t:nlc. Wll.BKR Matiikws. Versailles. Mo. Mrs. Firgttson, of the Corner Wak en. ;ih whom Mr. Hnlph Frazicr Iman'cd while here, informs us that luiMt-lio bn.itd bill, had always e ted the gentleman around her li iw .i . and we gladly make the cor r -'i. n in jii-'ti'-'; to both Mrs. r'cr- 1-1.7, md Mr. rra.itf. It Is lucky for our esteemed ron- 1 (Jo to li. A. Williams for Uananas temporaries that they have ; good and Oranges. supply ot boiler plate and dead for-; 'the ..Jhuzer" stock of sroods was purchased by Krauss, and mo ed to ...I. ...i.l, ...Ul.ii. i,. ilil .... .1.. i Vlk...

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. — 20 January 1910

ASKS LAWS FOR CONSERVATION OF OUR RESOURCES Special Message Is Sent to Congress by Presi dent Urging Action by Lawmakers. COHTHOL OF WATER POWER executive Recommends Leasing of Valuable Privileges on Govsrn ment Domain to Private Interests Under Conditionc That Would Pre sent Monopoly Question of Fos tering Qolla Most Important Reclamation and Irrigation of Arid Lands Also Treated Upon Praesr vation of Our Forests. Washington. The president trona jltted to ronsreas a special message on the mibjocl of the conservation of Uip nation's natural resources, la cubstnnce it wbh s.h follows: tlie Usnuts ttnd Home of Itcprescnta Uvea in my annual mrs-uHe I reserved the aubjert of thf cons-ivatlun of our na lon.il rennurirs fur disposition In a epe mcssaK. us follows: in nuwial ilfimrtinents there I pre IpiiIimI tliii nereHHlty for legislation look ins In the furtliiT contiervatloii of our natlomil iraoiines, ami the etibjert Is one of mirli Importance an to requlro a more dataller! nml exlet...

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. — 20 January 1910

NO TRUCE MADE WITH C ONISM Aim of the Progressive Repub licans Is to Reform Rules of House. WAR ON UNJUST PRINCIPLES Plan- for Creation of an Effective Tariff Commission Which Will Give People Voice In Mak ing Schedules. Washington. From some quarters complaints have come to the capital that the Progressives in congress seem to have gone to sleep. Nothing of the kind. They arc just waiting and wnUihlng for the opportunity which they must have before they can make n tight. There has been no truce declared wHh Cannonlsm in the house or Aid rtchlsm In the senate. Illustration of Methods. What Is meant by Cannonlsm and Aldrichism is illustrated by the con gressional situation as to postal sav ings banks. These banks have been recommended by the president. Brought to n vote In the house or senate a bill would pass by an over whelming vote. This congress was fleeted on the national platform pledg ing the reform, nnd still it is accepted an n foregone conclusion here that there will be no ...

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. — 20 January 1910

V. C. T. U. Column. Thtoiiati I In cniitn-sy of the KkidiiI.ican tllli space It rttv.l lot the W. C. T I'. It i cilltt'l liv it iciiciil.itin wlmntr rtupoimlltle fori nil Ultiiiviit i wi'Uli appear In ItfiCotuiilin. V C T U Wrfiiliwnriln: Organize. Kliii'slr, A-(it.ilr. V C T t' I'lliii'lplc". Tutiil AIilniK'B, I'rijhllhllnn "if tlif 1l'imr trttfflri One tiiUnl of mural fur linn nin! wiiitieii! Ifum pieteilliiii )" pull kiilliHvr i "I H't Itnclima of Scientific I ,:iiipmtn.e i.i me piiMIc c!tioU. lit reviewing I lie evils thai tiiciiancc the footsteps i.f llie young, wc hate the evils of tli bill-mom, the evil of cigar- its, the evils of the yellow lMi:k novels; hut lite three dwindle into insignificance, when compared with tlie evils of intern-p-.-ra 'ce. .Miiy every good man anil woman work iiti'l ray for t le ficcotup-l.-lliug "f g. rc.lt good along these lilies. The writer of these lines often meet? people wliu cxprc-s strong sympathy for lh" temperance inwe, hut, like the hvpo....

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. — 27 January 1910

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. EVENTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, January 27, 1910. No. 2. Scattered Items. mule to get lu foot fat in the barn door some Kansas City parties. We have not L. L. WILLIAMS FOUND DEAD. day evenine thev will hear him talk Mr. Wu Kv.ley died at his home in ahd dly crippled. learned the particulars; ST Louts. Jan. 2.1. Louis L. Williams nhout "That VnttM Wnrnan ' Kitm City lat Friday and wns huried l'rank Hunter Monday bought a bUhcli Mrs. I. K. Driver hni been quite iioor- jfl years old. former federal judge of t-.:- iw ., fi A rn nl.r Rorlc Cemetery R,.n,ln.. Mr ,.f if. I.. . J... 't. , . " F J " It i-lev formerly lived in Morgan County Laht wcek Cy ,,lcU(( of Mnrvllt fcUlck thc Mpehon of Joe Koe) ,)ar. Boonvllle. Mo . was found dead in his "j1" .,"fU P?" . und married n M.ss Jackson of thin conn- lu.,,KC lorn Jn hU f,Kcr , mtK, liM we pl,uJR U)e property, uwn room at the Am...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 27 January 1910

DUTY TO PARTY E Progressives Intend to Act Ac cording to Their Con victions. NOT BOUND TO ORGANIZATION Great Dangers In the Campaign Con tribution System 8econd Victory of Insurgents Over the House Ma chine. Washington. Tho country has modo It plain that tin- effort or tho Cannon Organization to mako .fenlty to It a test of party loyalty incuts with no re sponse from the public. TIiIh has al ready compelled tho organization to abandon Its proposition that party regularity should bo tested by the voto of n member upon tho election of the Speaker and tho adoption of tho rules. It was then proposed that party regularity be determined by tho votes of members upon tho administration's legislative urogram. This has been. subjected to the acid test and found wanting. The bill providing federal charters for corporations engaged In interstate ronimerce nnd ship' subsidy were in "luded In the program. It Is now an 11 on n ceil support of these bill Is not necessary In order to maintain party ...

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. — 27 January 1910

MISSOUR CAPITAL STA1E . ITEMS notes that are of interest to mi990urian3. Brief Mention of Matters as They Occur at Jefferson City, Official and Other . wise. Jefferson City. Tho supremo court In banc, through nn opinion filed by Judge Woodson, sustained tho con tcntlon of tho German Mutual Llfo Insurance conipnny, to the effect that Its charter Is perpetual. Attorney General Major had filed proceedings against this company, which was In tho nature of a friendly action, at tacking Its right to do business, on the 'assumption that It originally was chartered by tho legislature for a peflod of twenty years, and that the sau-ie expired In November, 187". The company's policies now outstanding araiount to $123,040, and It has a busi ness of more than $1,000,000. "Life insurance companies aro not founded (with a view to being maintained for a limited period only, nor for any limit- I eel time," Judge Woodson held. , "Their nature Indicates perpetuity, ' and without which It would not bo r...

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. — 27 January 1910

The Republican, (Successor to Tiik Dkmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered ill the Votl Office at Versailles, Missouri m second class mail matter. Subscription I'rice, $1.00 a Year. phona No. 185 Advertlalatf Rates. Display advtrtWnt;, by Ihe year, to average four Inches or more. 'i. per Inch eHCh Ismie. Prorriwlonal cards, one Inch, SO cents per month; two Inches. 7s cents per month. l,oeals five line , or over, j eenta per line for firot Insertion; :Kc. per Hoe for esth aulneijuent tmertlon. In l.lark type 10 cents per line for Hrst Insertion, J cents per line for each subie uent Insertion. I,tgn atlTtrtUlBE at tftal rates. fi pedal rales on pse advcrtlnetrienls. Announcoraonts. The season is now about open for the announcement of candidates for the various county offices. The Re i'UIiucan will carry your anno jnce mcnt for county offices for So.OO, Kood to the election in November. Nothing but the announcement, or advertisement, for such it is, is given. For associate justi...

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. — 27 January 1910

t LOCAL NEWS. jj llrtvc yiw seen the cornet? For sulci bills we can save you mon ey and doA-au good work. Try us. KnpionJOil it the best (or all pur poses, cj-.pecially the incubator, 5 gallons f;6r 00 cents, at E. A. Wil liams'. Wriy anfl McVey hive innvcil their; law offices to rooms 6 anil 7 in tl'ie Woods Block, formerly occupied ny l)r. Wm. Well. K for csaie a goou young wont ml saddle horse, perfectly sound oitu gentle. Wtt.iiF.n Mathews, Versailles, Mo. Mrs. Kd Nclsou has been seriously ill for the oast two weeks, and is still confined to the house, but hopes arc for her spfcedy ecovery. Rev. Ai K. Foster had a strenuous time of it; Sunday, being called out of Sunday Achool near its close, to marry a coiiile. tying the knot in a hurry, but warranted not to slip, and getting b-ick ip time for church service. No, it didn't spoil his sermon, as we le.irel, but rather helped to improve DUJlsY. BAKUER SHOP, IJ 'ntrs .Mnaon-lUrdv ttluck. Uver thing New, Neat, Clean, Sanitary, Gic U...

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. — 27 January 1910

MORGAN COUNtV BEPUIUOAN W. V. KINLOCH, Publisher, VERSAILLES, MtSSOURL SEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. Interesting Items Gathered from all Parts of the World Condensed Into Small Space for the Den fit of Our Readers. From National Capital. Attorney (l neral WIckcrshntn Is crcdlti'il with plans for having a fed vinl grand Jul) Investigate the Na tional Packing company with a view to beginning i i I initial proceedings II tlii' facts ili iiMiutratf that n comblna tlon In restraint of trade exists. I'nlcHs congress passes the bills r-onsliieied necessary to redeem the party pledgi s president Tuft Is cred ited with a plan to call nn extra ses kIoii next fall about the time of the general election. The rumor lias spread In Washing ton that fin n. er President Roosevelt may become a candidate for congress In the (list New York district with the expectation that he will be elected speaker of the house. Secretary of War Dickinson has taken the ground and ...

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. — 27 January 1910

r OMAHA PEOPLE GREATLY EXCITED t THE 3REAT COOPER A3 HE 18 CALO.ED HA8 8TIRRED UP THAT 1CITY TO A KtMAHKAULE, he DEGREE. maha, Nebraska, January 2C. This clily Is at present in the midst of an Excitement beyond anything, that It has experienced in recent years. Old and young, rich and poor, all eeem to have become beside them selves over an individual who. was a stranger to Omaha up to two weeks ago. Tho man who has created all this turmoil is L. T. Cooper, President of the Cooper Medicine Co., of Dayton, Ohio, who is at present introducing his preparations in this city for the Hist time. . ' Cooper is a man. about thirty years of age and has acquired n .fortune within, tho past two years by the sale of some preparations ot which he Is tho cjwnor Reports from eastern cities that pro ceeded tho young man here were of the 'most startling nature, many of tho 'leading dallies going so far as to sta;te that he had -lightly c.ured In public places rheumatism of years' Branding' with pno.p...

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. — 27 January 1910

W. C. T. U. Column. Thronsli the comum nf Ihe Khl'nW.lCAW this lce N rcserred for Ihe w. C. T U. It Is edited fiy ifL representatives who arc responsible for ittt stateaients wtilcli pt,ir 1n Its columns. WCT (Jwatchwnrds: Organize, IMtieate, AgHAte. VVCT t! Principles: Total Abtlilfritcv, 1niliitilU6n of tlie llqtiorlrnCrct Our stsftdartl ol morals for men aiM wirrin ltin tirotecll'iti. j-jual KiifTrae AllAlhe ?aeh1f,K of rtclelllllic Temperance in tlie politic school. Joyously the angels' carol rang out on lite first Christmas night, "Pence upon jartll, gool will to nieiil" If this ,'hriv liau laud carried but tlie Christ spirit, tlie cliurcll would be intensely aroused upon the liquor question to be voted up ton less than n year front now. Kvery member would he n walking, talking, working and praying state wide pro IlihitionUt, and every man church mem- Irer would be a voting state wide pro. hibitiouist. What we need most in tins urent tem perance campaign . is tncu who are not f...

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. — 3 February 1910

rgan bouncy fepuDueafh CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, KFAL INSTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. ELEVJ nth Year. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, February 3. 1910. No. 3. MO i FILED THE INCOnPORATJON OF MAYVVOOO HOSPITAL BY SEOALIANS. INSTITUTION IS BPAKCHIHG OUT Other Than Physician:. Toko Stock Sottu! of the Initirovemonts Alrfe.'tly M.idr, Others Are lo Follow. (Ktvm Democrat-Sentinel) Paper's htvc been filed with the secretary of s.tatc for the incorpora tion r'f Maywood hospital, with a capitrl stm k of $40,000. Th directors for the first year arc 11. V. Harris, H. W. Mcuschke, Chits. Hoffman, W. J.' Letts, J. H. Ji(thwcll. Geo. W. Driskcll, Geo. E. McNeil, II. II. Cole, Cord Bohling aflul k. a. wood. The officers will be chosen at the first meeting ohhc board of directors. This is in accordance with plans th.it were laid about one year ago to enlarge the scope and to increase the usemlnrss of the hospital. Prior lo that time, Dr. K. A. Wood con ducted the hospital on a priv...

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. — 3 February 1910

MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W. V. KINLOCII, Publisher, VliltS.ULLIiS, MISSOURL NEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. Interesting Itemo Gathered from all Parts of tho World Condensed Into Small Space for the Ben efit of Our Readers. From National Capital. Senator l.odgo of Massachusetts ono of tho must conservative men In con gress ni.'ulo .1 .speech In tho .soniitu in which he held tho Chicago packers responsible lor high meat prices and jsahl he hoped they would go lo Jail for their sins. Attorney General Wlekorshain has made a report to tho president against abanuonlng the t'nion Pa cllic merger suit and tho case is to be pressed. Plans are being prepared for a new jKistofllce r.t Washington to cent fiOO.OOU. Sixty cliaiubpri of coniniuiee and boards of trade from an many cllles aro attending tho fortieth annual moot ing of the National Hoard of Trade in Washington. Ily diiretion of tho iire.sidenl 111 Iff. Gen. John G. 1). Knight has been re- tired. Upon...

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. — 3 February 1910

J SUFFERED TERRIBLY. How Relief from Distressing Kldne) Trouble Was Found. Mrs. Elznboth Wolf, 388 W. Morgan St., Tlptfon, Mo, soys: "Inflammation of the b I a (1 d o r rnn nilrwt it a nllmnw "TT last spring and I suf fered terribly. My iw back achccl a n d hardly get around nnd the secretions were scanty, fre quent of passago ami painini. i was tired all the time and very nervous. I began using Doan's Kidney Pills, and after taking a few boxes was cured nnd have been well ever since." Rempnilior thn nnmr. rinrm'a Qnl.1 by nil dealers. CO cents n box. Foster Mllburn Co.. IUiffalo, N. Y. THE ETERNAL FEMININE. -r- mm I "Why can't you run a little faster, Willie?" ' "flAn rlnrA'a nn nlnnuln1 enmn wm. en! If I was er race horse, you'd kick because I couldn't fly!" Fog-Eye's Plaintive Protest. Fog-Hye Smith of northwest Wy oming bore an appalling facade. Ills stylo of beauty was a blight. Depend ing upon bis horrific exterior, ho was In the habit of trying to awe newcom ers. On one occas...

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. — 3 February 1910

The Republican, (Successor to Tim Dkmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprlotor. Entered in the l'ost Office at Versailles, Missouri ns second class mail matter. Subscription Price, fl.dO a Year, Phon No. 103. Advertising Katen. Dlnr.lAy mlvrrtithiK, hy the ytnr. to Average f.nir IiicIim nr mure, &He. per Inch ench lue. I'rofniliinnl cnrcli, one liieh, W null per month: two Inche, 7$ rent per month, I,ocnl five lin'.t, or over, j cent per line for first lneition: J'Ar. tt-r line fr each nileinent liKertlon. In hlack type 10 cent per line for hrst Insertion, Scents per Hue for each utilise juent iii'ettioti. i,rK' KilvrrtiilnRKt IceAI rate. Special rales on page Advertisement. Announcements. The season is now about open for the announcement of candidates for the various county offices. The Rk pum.ican will carry your announce ment for county offices for S5.00, good to the election in November. Nothing but the announcement, or advertisement, for such it is, is given. For associate justices...

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. — 3 February 1910

I LOCAL NEWS. jj For ale liills we c:m save you inon cyJaml do you good work. Tty us. I. M. Sdianuep niiitlc a business I rip to High Point Friday. liupiun Oil is the best for all pur- ' 1 poses, especially the incubator. 5 gallons for HO cents, at K. A. Wil hams'. Mr. V. K. Hunter left Tuesday on ft business trip to Texas. Mrs. F. H Foyes is reported quite sick. Mrs A. R. Foster is rapidly im proving, now able to be up. Dr. P. G. Woods had a serious at tack Sunday? but is much improved. Mrs. Olive Child, formerly of this City, nw of Pallas, Tex., came in I tsi week to vi it her sister, Mrs. N. K. Mounts, and other relatives anil lit ,r many friends here. - i " DUDLEY'S BAUBQR SHOP, Upslolrn in M jnon-llarily lilnck. Tiveo thing New, Neut, Clean, Sanitary, Give Us a Trial. Jas. A. Doui,fiv. 'While visiting a printing office," -s - n Qi.uk weekly, '"you should lit sir in ro'.ndjthnt it is just as ill-man-i.rrt d to look at the proof sheet or read the copy as it is to go into the kitc...

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. — 3 February 1910

( 0 Master If Craven Bv.MARIE VXN'VORST PICTURES BY CriAS W.ROSSER IB 1 CHAPTER I. COPYRIGHT. 1905, BY J B Lippirrcorr Co .ft J w 1 a w SIdco Tempest had Hhut himself up In Craven lie had added to rather than diminished his popularity. Me re fused to bo further lionized; either timid or wine in the white heat of his fanie'u flame, he ran awny! Hather than watch his fame full to nsh, or feurful that its tense heat would harm him? For neither reason. He was not thinking of London, or hlo public, be was thinking of hlmoclf. In Craven, whilst Immured, he was as well delightfully at large. The cant lu itself was a prlHon, tttandlng, as It did, 12 miles from uny railway, dominating, ao It did, the entire coun ty of shire, Craven was n fortresB for the wrlter'ii hours of labor a pleaRtire-garden for hlo leisure. Hut on this occasion he had not come to It for the sympathetic atmosphere It extended to his work. Craven was not to offer In this nojourn any of Ita aforetime tonic nor wan It dem...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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