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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 3 February 1910

STATE CAPITAL HEMS NOTES THAT ARE OF INTEREST TO MISSOURI AN3. Orlof Mention of Matters as They Occur at Jefferson City, Official and Other wise. Jefferson City. Attoriip$"fGenrrai Mnjor i;at! out a Btiitr-muti t"at I acls lug the big pncMng houses all uIoiir the line. In the siatcinent hu says: "When the juices llxeil by these spu flHl Interest become the stthjprt of a cabinet meeting, when I he machinery or the aiiuus states and the nation Is beliiK called Into action, when con ;iess feels called upon to net, when yhtindri'ds of Ihousutids of people repru Itentlns the toilers from the sea of j human labor eomplulu of unjust exac tions and denounce the species of I piiaey upon human industry, when the n cords disclose former convictions for such practices, when neither farmers and live stock men nor the consumers are lespected, then It Is certainly high time for tin' officers of every state and of tlie nation to bend every eneigy towards a full and complete investiga tion, that the...

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. — 3 February 1910

W. C. T. U. Column. Thrmich lh- coining "' tlie Hr-MlliMC IN til's wit i reserved for the w. C T If. Ht.ltU 'v (U renrecnutlte who are f.'poiml.lr fot i t tatehienlJi which ifr in hi column) W C T IJ-U'atcWiriU: Oiyai!i;, it 'ncttc Ar..tMc. W C T I' I'll.iclp'.en Total iSImiIiiciiit, rri'liiliillon of the liquor trnffiu (In flu i'.Mui d of ii Hal for men hihI womciii lionlc pintectiou: iv'iuat hiiMmkc uud the teaching of Scientific ' :initrance in the jni'illc school. rile name of Ihc Rev. A R. I'ostcr, '.istor of the Hiptist church hI tills place, was received by tile member of the W I' T. t,'. last week. He now becomes in honorary member of that splendid or 4,niiatinli. We welcome you, liro. "outer, we need you nnd we are sure you will prove to be a great help to the t'nion. Tor long years Maine and Kansas were the only prohibition territories anybody on earth knew anything about Today, besides these two, there is state prohi liition in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, N'otth Caroli...

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. — 10 February 1910

organ County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Eleventh Tear, Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, February 10. 1910. No. 4. r try of Texas. f Versailles, Mo. Feb. 5th. 'io. Mr. Editor: As requested I will give you a short sketch of the writer's trip into and through the great state of Texas, and through that wonderful, wonderfully advertised gulf coast country. We went through Texas, not on a steer, but on one of the nightly equipped trains of the Rock Island & Pacific system. I secured i berth and scat in the private Pull man Coaoh of the Alh'son-Richey Co. at K.msAs City through to the gulf. Left Versailles the morning of the fire in Price's store at 4 a. 111, nice, clear r.nd moderate weather, snow all gone but iifc on ponds. Left Kansas City at 111:40 a. m., over two hours late. Waswhirled thresh Lawrence and I'opeka. no snow, but the Kaw river w;.s up and some of the immense ice as gone but in places still solid, in other p...

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. — 10 February 1910

MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W. W. KINI.OOH, Publisher, VUllSMM.CSj, MISSOUHL 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 tho Den sfit of Our Readers. From National Capital. Tho war department has recom mended to congress a plan fur a 24 foot channel In Aransas Pass, Texas. The ship subsidy bill has been or dered favorably reported by tho house committee on merchant marine. The bill sent to tho senate by Secre tary Ilalllnger by direction of the president ei eating an asylum In Alas ka has been thiown out on tho ground that neither tho president nor any cabinet oilier lias authority to Intro duce bills. Senator Kil.ins niado bitter com plaint In tho senate that a resolution Introduced by himself asking Investi gation of high prices was Ignored while one favored by Aldrlcli received prompt attention. Ho threatened to become, an Insurgent. Tho agricultural department re ports O.IHi...

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. — 10 February 1910

COOPER'S SALES ARE ENORMOUS HIS PREPARATIONS LEADING TOPIC; IN OMAHA CALLERS AT YOUNG MAN'S HEADQUAR- TER8 INTERVIEWED. Omalia, Neb., Feb. 9. Tho most interesting feature of the enormous .'jjale of tho Cooper preparations, now igolng on In this city, Is what the med icines aro actually accomplishing .'among the people of Omaha. At the commencement of his visit hero Mr. Cooper prophesied that dur ing tho later part of his stay ho would receive hundreds of callers daily who came simply to thank him for what tho preparations had done. He also stated that stomach trouble Is tho foundation for a great many diseases and that his New Discovery, as it Is called, would prove very cffcctlvo in all cases of rheumatism simply by getting tho stomach In working order. That this prophecy has been fulfilled cannot bo doubted after a half-hour spent at tho young man's headquar ters listening to what his callers havo to say. A rc;porter, who watched to ascer tain, lit possible, some light on the reas...

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. — 10 February 1910

The Republican, (Successor to TllK DltMOCItAT.) W. W. KIHLOCH, Proprietor. Entered ill the I'ost Office nt Versailles, Missouri an wiotid class muil matter. Subscription Price, fl.CO n Year. Phone No. 1U. Advertising Rates. Display nilvrrlliliiR. ly I tie yrnt. lit nvmjje liir I ii ctirs fir tnnre. H' Jc. jier Inch icli Issue. I'tofcssloiinl rnnl. imp inch, &n enr f.ct itiimlli.twtilni.ln-s. 73ci'iits icr mmilti. Ileitis five hn. or ovrr. 5 cents irt tltir fur first lii-ritlun,' :'ic. irr line f- r e-irti mileiii-iit intllliin. lit Micl. I yrw If) cent" )er line fur hrt I itierti.rti, fr renin per line for e.iclt kiiIjsc Hjent In-eiti'in .eRitl mlvertUliiK "t leant rates. Special rules on t atfe adverllvemenls. Announcements. Tim season is now about open for the announcement of candidates for the various county offices. Tin; Ri im.iii.ican will carry your announce ment for county offices for 85.00, good to the election in November. Nothing but the announcement, or advertisement,...

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. — 10 February 1910

V V f 9ttawvunj n,c best Painters, Contractors LOCAL NEWS. ;and Architects ot the country use 3V!onlrty is St. Valentine's D.tv. v. . , v ? ' N assessment in the Royal Neigh- l)r. Hargett and wife are Msiting Uwn ,A America for February. This friends, at Harnett this week. M,,.ntij( or(er js keeping up its repti- Ktpion Oil is the best for all pur-j tatinn for good management. ts, especially the incubator, ol Uncle "Tip" Talbott says that Vj4 Uncle "lip" laiDott says 00 cents, at K. A. Wil-, Grant Striii;er is guilty of n base .slander in calling him up on groui d hog day anil telling him to lie ? urc Billions for Mums'. CoroC and go with me to Texas I'u-s'l.iy, February loth. Round Trip and keep in doors, if the sun should t kets will only cost S21.80. A fic Midii-seeing trip to the Great Fan- handle of Texas. Country shown free. C dl on me at the City Hotel, Versailles. Mo. J. R. WILSON. DUDLEY'S BARBER SHOP, Upsl.ntrn I t .Mnfinn-lliirdy Bloc!:. Kvii) tiling Ntv. .Vent, (Mean, .S...

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. — 10 February 1910

c Master if Craven i SYNOPSIS. R.ihll Tcnii"Mt. wnrlil'H irrcatr-xt novpllat ami piwl, i"fnliiK In ! fiirtlicr llonlzm!, riiiiIh lilmm lf up Ifi f'riivon. Ills rimntry I 'iinc IIIm uliiiiiny iikiII tutloriH nr bro lii'ii up I'V Mm liuiiHcki'i-pcr wlio Iihh iIIb ( licyi il IiIn nnli'iH lint lt mlrnlt any one lo the Iiipiisi'. Tin' vlxltor Ih Lucy C'nrow, en Aliii rliiin, ulm Iiiih coiiio to KnKlund to wild' .1 Mnily nf tin' author, but most of nil In a HytmiixiM of Ills new milt nf 1 1 iiih. IiiixIiix li'in iirnnilncd a good lMiHllll.il ullh U IllllKMZlllll If SUCCKKSflll. CHAPTER I Continued. Miss Curi'W Icfini-d forward, her IiiiikIk cIiikih'iI licfdrc hor. "I cinci' rciitl two liounifl of yours ni;iHtt'iiluc('. Tlicy wero only an fpllDsm; any onu could Heo that they wuru tlio forciiinnfrs or a longer work, Hi'! opeMliiK untl BCiiuence. I have ('.wi ly been looking for tho oth ers in vain!" "You arc mad!" ho blurted out rude ly, und wallti'd away from her across tlio loom, not in b...

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. — 10 February 1910

r I WORLDLINESS AND TRUST S,idsj Sckosl Ltnoi for Feb. 13, 111 Spcllir AmnfiidforThliPapir , LESSON TEXT.-Mutthow 6-19-34. Mm 'ery vers. 14. UOI-DEN TEXT.-"Scek ye first thf kingdom of God, and his rlchtenusncss: and all things glial! be added unto you." TIME, place nnd circumstances the game In our last lesson. Suggestion and Practical Thought. Question How mn wo llvo In this world without giving our tltno and strength to gaining tho things ot tho world? Answer God wnnts us to have tho best things of both worlds, but wo cannot havo tho best of this world without Reeking first tho kingdom of God and ltH righteousness. Two Great Treasure-Ideals Placed Hefore Us. 1. Earthly Treasures, t. 19, "Lay not up," uso for needs, but npit hoard up merely for tho sake of folding possession. "For yourselves," ffclflHhly, without thought of what good $-nn bo done with this Rurplus. One fest of anyone Is what ho does with ,lils tluio nnd earnings beyond what Is necessary for his own living and work...

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. — 10 February 1910

ThioiiRli the courtesy of the RitrunMCAN this np.ice la rered for the W. C. T U, It la edited tivlta reptesetitallves who are lenpniuilde for nil sutemcnta wlin.li nppenr In ita column. WCT U-'A'atcW.ir.l! Orifanlrt, K lurst-. Aj;lt.itr. w C T I' Principles Tolol Atj.ilntiicf. I'rulitliltlnn of the llipior traffic: One taudant of morals for turn mid womeiit Hume protection: i!-ital Milfnnte and the tenctilng of ririciitific 'I'einpeiaiiie in the piddle fhui)l!i. 14 Jasper towns voted out saloons Pcb, did. WOi carry only tno places in comity, Ncik CUy hijiI Waco. Tile drjs made a clean sweep nt Cnrth-ii);'-, Cartervillc and other cities in Jas. per county on tile 3rd inst. Today Jop lin is the only location in the county where the sale of intoxicating liquors will lie leual after the expiration of the present licenses, Carthage voted ilry hy 17'2 majority Irt ri total of ,l"6 votes. Curterville went dry hy . votes. The towns of Carl Junction, Oionogo, Sarcoxie, Alba, I'nr cell, Duenw...

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. — 17 February 1910

Republican organ CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Eleventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, February 17, 1910. No. 5. County f J GENERAL J Auction live. Stock 8 Mares, all ages, all bred, 1 5-year-old horse, roadster, 4 4 -year-old horses, 1 yearling horse colt, 1yearling ?lly, 3 2-year-old mules, vearJiiig mules, mtilp mlrc ;ood milch cows, and some other cattle, About 150 hogs, all ages, in cluding some extra good bred sows. About 75 head of bred ewes. Some household and kitchen furniture, including one good Range with reservoir, and one new washer. bees, and many other things. Beginning promptly at 10 o'clock ou Saturday, Feb, 26, 1910 0 The above stuff will bidder positively without reserve or by-bid, at the A. Sears Farm, in East Morgan. In addition to the above list, there will bs offeree! at private treaty, 1 4-year-old trotting bred Stallion, horses, and two loads of fat cattle. Terms made Iirxown on day of aale. Lunch will be...

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. — 17 February 1910

MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W. V. KINLOCH, Publisher, VERSAILLES, MISSOURL NEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. Interesting Items Gathered from nil Parte of the World Condensed Into Small Space for the Ben efit of Our Readers. Fror.i National Capital. A federal registration law for auto mobillsts is the main object of tlio national Icuihl.it U o convention held In Washington under the auspices of tliti American Automobile association. A kuIi committee of iho House com mltteu on naval affairs bus reported against making Commander I'eary a. rear admiral. It proposes a medal of honor insti ad. Senator Warner has lutioduceil a bill to lm the li.ittle ground of Wilson Creek near Springfield. Mo., for u na tional pink. Tho lioiin mmlttee on foreign af- falls derided to favorably report tho Iowilon bill p'ovulltig for the expendi ture of a sum not exceeding $.V)U.niiO for the ci ert Ion of Anierlc.ui em bassies alitoail. A reioit of :1m; department of colu mn re ...

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. — 17 February 1910

PHYSICIANS OF OMAHA DISAGREE DIFFERENT OPINIONS ON COOP ErVS REMARKABLE SUCCESS HELD BY MEDICAL MEN OP NEBRASKA METROPOLIS. Omaha. Nob., Feb. 1C The aston ishing sale of Cooper's preparations In this city has now reached such Im mense figures that the medical frater nity at largo have become forced Into open discussion of the man and his preparations. The physicians as a whole seem to be divided with regard to the young man's success In Omaha some be ing willing to credit him for what ho has accomplished, while others assert that the Interest he has aroused is but a, passing fad which cannot last, and which will "die out as (illicitly ns It has sprung up. The opinion of these two factions Is very well voiced In the statements inado recently by two of n number of physicians who were Interviewed on tli subject. 'Dr. J. IS. Carass when questioned nbiput the matter said: "I have not be-on a believer In proprietary prep:v ra lions heretofore, nor can I say that I .believe In them at pres...

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. — 17 February 1910

The Republican, (Successor to Tim Dkmuckat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Kntetcil ill tile 1'ost Office at Versailles. Missouri hs ck owl clnss mail matter. Subscription Price, ..(1.00 a Year. iorta No. 185. AdvcrtlftlnC Mules. Deploy nilvcrilslii". ''' "le ''ar- ,0 vrKe Igur lushes ni ninrr. S.'ic. nr llith each iur. Prnrrflonal cir-K Inch, 50 cent! per mouth; two Im-lir -. rscent per tiintitli. l,ocnl five or over, j cents wr line for 'ml inscitiuii, .-jc. per line fir cacti insc'tient Inseition. In titsicV tvpe 10 rents per line for hrst Insertion. s ctnls per Hue for e..cu sutne tutnt Insertion. i,eRnl nttvertMng nt leRnl rated. Apeclnl rlc on "sue advertisement. Announcements. The season is now about open for the announcement of candidates for the various county offices. The Ri PUM.ICAN will carry your anno.ince menl for county offices for So.OO, good, to the election in November. Nothing but the announcement, or advertisement, for such it is, is given. For associate justices an...

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. — 17 February 1910

I LOCAL NEWS. Ice friim and cake will be served the Colonial tea night of the 22nd. Kupiojh Oil is the best for all pur poses, especially the incubator, 5 pDons for 00 cents, nt K. A. Wil 1 in inv. ( 'has. D. Hunter's Sunday after Oim'cri at the Royal Theatre jw.T! l-'rely attended, many having to suno, and all present enjoyed the r.-., .. t.. : P n't forget the "Colonial Affair," (iven f'.r the Junior League at the Odd Fellow Hall, Feby. 2Lnd. Ad mission 15 cents, including refresh ments. Music by orchestra. The Topsy Turvy lunch, given by th'1 ladies of the Presbyterian church Fndav evening, was a most enjoyable o ca-un for tNise present, but they lud advertised the affair so strongly il brought a spell watlier, which kept I ,)) turvy folks at H brought a spell of topsy turvy so many of the home. Never theless and notwithstanding the net receApts were something over JU5.00. J. Tipton, of Htmett, was at wnding to business in the probate onrt here Monday and Tuesday M in lay night h...

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. — 17 February 1910

0 Mastxr mm Craven 7A1SJW WWKif' Ai. -A. By!MARIE VAN'VORST i-iu i unco or oiimo vv.ku&slh OPyKIGHr.:jS0J,'J3Y"J B.LIPPWCOTT Co 8YN0P9IG. Dnsll Tftn"l wnrlil'n Greatest novi-llnt riil pcipl, i.funi li bi further Hntil2ri1, r.liuln hliii-clf ui In ('raven, his country home. IH nlowiia intHlltiitloim nre tiro Iipm by Ills li'KiMuKrpprr, who lins iIIh nlteynl hN onliri nut to uilmlt nny one. Tlio Inl ( r Is l.ny t'urw, an Amnrleun lti Iiiik mini' in KnKlnml to write n ftmly of thf nutli. r. hut mom eippclally to Kit u hvniiis of his new unite of pofiiiK, Inning I n iiroMilsiil a kooiI po sition ulili ,i miii;nzlnu If inierpiiifiil. 'Jmiit, in aiiu.-r. ilrrlaron he will write no mure, and uilm lir-r to ko. KepentltiK of hli imliiifsn In iiillntr her out In the rnln nl nltthi. he fnlliiw.1, hut alio rrfum'fi to return to Cmun with hltn, und tulieo loilulnu wttii a , ttnH';r. CHAPTER I Continued. "Now," ualil TcinpuHt, "one more fa vor, Kutiimllll. Can tlicy Hiiare yon here tonight? I...

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. — 17 February 1910

IMPOSSIBLE. Wmnlc Storekeeper Tint, really, sir, you rouiun i nave Kiiueii tins countrr felt hero. sir. Why, we haven't Kent them In Block for years. LEG A MASS OF HUMOR "About seven years ago a Binali abrasion appeared on my right leg Juat abovo my ankle. It irritated me so that I began to scratch It and It began to spread until my leg from my ankle to the knee was one solid scale llko a scab. The Irritation was always worse at night and would not allow mo to sleep, or my wire either, and it was completely undermining our health. I lost fifty pounds in weight nnd'was almost out of my mind with palm and chagrin as no matter where the Irritation came, at work, on the Btircct or In the presence of company, I (would have to scratch It until I had t,'hc blood running down Into my shoe. 1 simply cannot descrlbo my suffer ing during those seven years. Tho jialn, mortification, loss of sleep, both able on paper and one has to expo rknee It to know what It Is. "I tried nil kinds of doctors ...

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. — 17 February 1910

W. C T. U. Column. Through th rootlefjy of (he Rr.runLiCAit thli j Upset l reaened for &e W. C. T V. UK edited hy In rcprtttnUtirtl who are mponitbte for all itttrauti which appear in itt columoi. W C T U 'Vnlehw'iriU: Ornnln. IMnoite, Atcitntr. W'CT 0 I'llnciplo: Total Ahttlntnet, Prohibition of the liquor trntTici On slaHtUrft of morals for men unit women- HOiti protection! I'. lual ruflraxe iml the teaching of Scientific "Temperance In ttit piitilic school. The Saloon A Public Drinking School. Thote !io were so fortunate ns to ll ar the Dickie-Hose debate in Chicago Vill recall that Dr. Dickie quoted a let ler from n saloonkeeper in T ledo, Oliio 'flic writer, Mr. C, Ilartholomew, who his since gone out of the retail liquor business, contributes the following atticle tiThe Nuinnal I'rohiltitiotiist. While it offers nothing particularly new in the form of argument against the saloon, the mothers of hoys will find n certain nalisfaction in having their opinions cor. roborated b...

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. — 24 February 1910

't . Morgan County CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. 'Eleventh "ear. Versailles, Mo.. Thursd'ay Morning, February 24, 1910. No. 6. Republican V GENERAL oction Sale IIVE. STOCK 8 Mares, all ages, all bred, 5-year-old horse, roadster, 4 4-year-old horses, 1 yearling horse colt, 1 yearling 'Ally, 3 2-ear-oId mules, 5 yearling mules, 2. mjule colts, 3 fiood milch cows, and some .'other cattle, tbout 150 hogs, all ages, in- eluding some extra pood t- r bred sows. 'About 75 head of bred ewes. Farm Implements 1 good farm wagon. 2 low handy wagons, 1 Stood surry, 3 hay racks, 1 sulky rake, 1 hay loader, 1 hay stacker, 1 hay tedder, 2 sweep rakes, 2 McCormack mowers, 1 self rake reaper, 1 McCormack corn binder, 1 Deere 12 in. gang plow, and other plows, harrows and cultivators, 1 Deere No. 9 planter. Some -household and kitchen furniture, including 6ne good Range with reservoir. akid one new washer. Several stands of beas, and many other things. Beginn...

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. — 24 February 1910

MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher, vi:its.n.uis missouiu NEWS 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 Ben efit of Our Reader. From National Capital. A meeting of the George Washing ton Menu-rial association wan held li the capi'iil to devise plans to raise by subscription $i',."iOU,OOU for the puipoi of (Mci -.hi: u building at Washlu,:on na it : ai.iin.-iit memorial a!.. I to sup lily fi lion c for patilotle societies. In a h; i-u-h in the sen iu- which tin si iintm himself characterized as "n-d hot atnl i..'iit olll the bat." J ff U.nls of Arkaht-1 attacked Senator Owen of Oklahoma charging him wlih being In tcresicd in assisting tin- .Standard Oil company by seeking a right of way lor a pipe llni- through a part of Arkansas. 'Die ha, ise committee on naul af fairs warns I'cary to produce pioof that h- din ovi-red the pole before a vole of thanks Is tende...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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