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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 3 January 1907

1 DIRECTORY. TtSHWOF HOt.DIKII COURT. Circuit roiirt-ilrd Mmida) In April urn! 2nd Mmi il.iy In A iifut and tm-i'inlicr. I'lfilmtii mint Slid Monday In February, May ami .Nmrmtwr, Mid Ith M nday In Atwiat. Count) court-Unit Monday In I'rliniarjr, May, Viirnat and NmrmlT. Mnam Uotrirrv OrnctAL. I'realdlnR Jadim Jtlilm- lot Illttrlrt JuitK Uriel Matrlrt Indite of I'rolwlo Clrrult t'lerk and HaeoruVr County del k Prnmicullnu Attorney hhwllt I'ollwlor Awcwir Treasurer (Jorohcr Public Aduilnlrtrator Huneyor ' William T. It-men Thomas V. O'Natil Hatiiut-1 W, Bprara Harvey B. Neville Wi-Mej CTImmai John T. lleide Win. T. 8. Au? Charles K. ftlllson Ii. 0. Hardy, r, Fred Mniisraa Jamea V, Johnson William Well John 8. Horrr OeorxeP. Clark VI millkk Citt Orricnij.. Mayor Samuel Daniels UltyClaik It. M. I.lti-i.1 City Attorney II. M. Liven ly City Treasurer 1'rlwi Jihim City Marsh il William Dury lU'unlar Hirelings nl city council pry 2nd and till .Monday nluhti. Socihtiks. A. F. A A, M.-Vcrwil...

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 January 1907

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Eighth Year. Versailles, Mo.. Thursday Morning, Jan. 10. 1907. No. 2 I! THE DAY BEFORE A BOAT RiDE AND WHAT SHE xa preoccupied and havy of heart. All the pame. there i absolutely no reason why sh rSiitld turn down a Hide road Instead of kerjln; tralnht nloiiK Main ntrmt, which rtnlly h.r nenresl way Hut being piUe feinmlnp, and rmc qucntly quite Illogical. did o, and ttire upon ram .trnluht nnd vlnkntly very vio lently Into the arms it rule In the pirion of a man ! Ho was walking rnWdly, too, and til" ex pression was Just un Hbscrif-tnlnuVd and mis arable a hern. "I'm aolully norry," he I'Jdrulatod. Iinldlnn bar up with one mm, t w liand of mIiUIi clasped a uruiill plculr hunpcr- and rnl-lnx hi. straw hat Kith the ril.'.r band, "(ioo.l bMveiH, ye-, and I'vp "",ii' J'onr frmk -It's the claret bottle In Hi', biastly banket, I aay, 1 am xorry ' ' He stood rcRtttdfnK l;cr tielplesxly, ax ...

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 January 1907

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher. A "BIO 8TICK" THAT WILL HELP. THE IRON INDUSTRY MISSOURI Spelling reform seems to have llV erally fulleu thru Itself. "Extreme cruelty" covers a multi tude of HltiK, though It Is not ii'ieclfic ully mentioned Iti the decalogue. Many women ure acting as gondo liers in Venice. The men object anil ure organizing unions against them. The most despicable cocaine and nplum fiends are the ones who sell tho Bluff to evident victims of the habit. During the year I90U 30,000 deserted wives have been relieved by the Mer lin ioor law ofllclals at a cost of $125. 000. A great majority of cases of matilmonlal troubles resulted from di unkcnticxs, which breaks up homea, lit least tompotarlly. A Heme doctor has discovered that tea made with melted snow Is a euro for nervous disease. The doctor do elates that he has cured people with this elixir when all other remedies have failed. He melts the Bnow over a slow Hie, and then bolls the water. It Is ...

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 January 1907

V FOLK'S BIENNIAL MESSAGE W V Te-ru-na? TO THE FORTY-FOURTH ftCUCDAI lCCCIIV OF MISSOURI BUts of Missouri, Executive Department, City of Jefferson, Jnuuary lid, 1907. To tlin Forty-Fourth Oeneral Assembly of Missouri: The making of lawi for a great com monwealth is n Rre.it undertaking. You havu coma to the scenes of your labors under most fnvorablu conditions. Mis ourl la pioaperliiK In wealth. In popula tion, and In morals Is nccond to none. Kvcry city, county, township and town Ix advancing In rnutrrlnl resource and In copulation. You havo come at e, time when much la needed to bo done, and much will bo expected of you. Your ic ftponfllblllty la law, for you meet In tho beginning of the great era of government by the people, and the measures to carry Into effect thin Idc.i In thin commonwealth must come from you. It la for you to rrystullzc tho Missouri spirit of law en forcement Into effective statutes. It Is my provlneo to suggest measures for yotii consideration, to adopt or n...

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 January 1907

The Republican, (Successor to Tint Dl'.MOCKAT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered it) llic Post Office at Versailles, Missouri as tccond class mail matter. '.Mlbrcription Price, .fl.OO a Year. Phone No. 133. Advertising Kates. Display mlv.ttMiif!, ly llie venr. to riverase nit idjlictor more, h',c. pcrini.li cac.Ii inuc .'isifinlonnl fn!s, one intli, 50 cent ptr i.onlli; Inn incli(r, "5 c eutt per month. Local five liiitv or ovtr. s cents per line for ami Insertion, :!c per line f .r cacli tiilisc'iiunt iinvcitlnn. In lilac), type 10 cenls per line fur nit Insertion. 5 cent per line for e.vcli milise ttirnt insertion, l.egiil nilvctti'lnc nt lcK.ll lutes. Special totes on pnj- nvlverllseiiKMils. With this issue we add to the Mor gan County Riti;iii.ican, already the itirgcst and best paper published in Morgan county, our monthly maga zine section. Our arrangements are o have it reach us in time for issue jcith the first edition of the Kituiim an in each month, but if it arrives 'oo...

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 January 1907

0 m m K. ENLOE, Resident dentist, 31 fltier 'l'hon Resldtnre 'Phone 5 39. - . ... 74. 5 LOCAL NEWS. J s;3a Quite a fine electrical display Mon-1 ixy infill, IUHUHV.U uj u ajflju auuw- cr. J. V. Roe fixed the editor Monday by setting his subscription well over into 1007. G. W. Caywood, a leading citizen of the Gravois Mills section, was a visitor to Versailles Wednesday. Old papers for sale at this fficc 20 cents per hundred. Good to put under carpets, on shelves, etc. Monday reminded us of ''the good old summer tunc, too nice to last long, and really not needed at this lime of year. We are not offering our customers any packing house beef, we are kill ing some fancy corn fed heifers and invite your careful investigation. Call and get our prices. C. H. I'kick, the Butcher and Grocer. J. H. Rhue and wife were here last week looking over Versailles and vi( inity with a view of locating here. They believe Versailles has a great future and hope to return. Mr. Khue is a very fine decorato...

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 January 1907

MISSOURI LEGISLATURE Ooyomor Folk's message, which was rend to the houso of representatives tit 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, was listened to with Intenso Interest, al though the reading required two hours. Kit times the rending clerks were In terrupted with applause hy the repre sentatives. The house had hcen convened at 10 o'clock Thursday morning, hut after attending to routlno business ad journed until afti moon to receive the governor's message. An outhiirst of applause was pro vided when a 2 cent railroad fare measure was rcomm-ndnd. The elec tion of a United States senator by a vote of the people also came In for ap plause. The governor's strong language In condemning child lahor nut with as much applause as did the announce ment that .Missouri K.wssod the larg est available school fund of any state In the Union. Where the eovf rnor recommended uniformity of schnolbookn, not the clunpist, hut the beet that money can pniciiii', and at the lowest price tl.'it hiich hooks eau 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. — 10 January 1907

1 li ate Happenings. ants Qame Law Amended. xson City Representative Klin fy, of Texas county, has prepared a 1 'llllllllll'r fir IlIlinnntnfmTU fri IHn rrnma UIllI HkIi I.'lw. hv wlilnh hn iirntinuna in abolish the ImpoHltlon of a license up on a man hunting In hla own county, lio will alHO neck to amend the law to permit tho Helling of gamo during the open Hoimon, and to lncrcaue the li cense fee charged the non-retddent hun ter. Ho will seek to amend tho pres ent law relating to Huh ho that a land owner may uhu and seine In waters on his own property. Atkinson Speaker of the House. Jefferson City Tho democratic cau cus ehoBo Atkinson, of Itlpley county, for speaker; K. 1'. Dawson, Lincoln, chief clerk; 11. V. Cooper, St. Louis, tnrolllng clerk; J. H. Itiicliuuan, Callo way, doorkeeper; l. W Jones, lloon vlllo, usslstant chief clerk; W. N. Mc Klnticv. engiosslng clerk. It was re solved that the clerical force of tho house shall not exceed 100. The re publicans named Hepiesentutlvo...

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 January 1907

DIRECTORY. W. C. T. U. Column. Circuit oourt-3rd Monday In April anil 2nd Mou nt In Atigurt nd Decetnljcr. ProUtn court Jnd Mondft? In Fnbruary, Mujr and 'OTnmbcr, and 4th Myndar In Augnl. County conrt-Flrot Monday In February, Mar. U(ut and Kovambor. Monimr Cocktt Omenta. Prodding Ju1 JtidKfl Lit DMrlct Jucli?nd iJlttrlct JridBC of l'rolat Circuit Clerk and nocordi Oouiilj Oik Vrouculln Attorney Collector TrnMurM loriiniT I'uuiio AdmliiWrr.lor Surveyor William T. rtowen Tltomn F. O'NmI Painncl W. Sonar Harrny E. NctIIIb Wrilcy C. TlioruM John T. Ucni Wiu.T.B. A tew Charles r.. WIII'Oii I). J. lfurtl) , nr, I'md Milium J.imi VV, Johrwm William Wll JnlmH. Itoirn (tiirer. Clark Van-A!UK(:irt Omctuji. Major Hnnitn-1 Initial Ittx (Jlork K. M. Uviiijr City Altonmj It. M. Llutir Oily Trmnurer lTIco Jiiihm City Miind.nl VVIIII.nu lJury KcKiilHrninetlniiK.Ielly i-'j ilirll uu-rylind nnd 1th .tinilay nlghU. o SOCIKTlEi. A. V. A A, M.-Vrrlllen Loih-n, Nn. 117, rwihr i 'jipinuiilutillini tin' ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 January 1907

vs.; - '.; I'..- ,.h4 ' r -n - - " t '' '" . ' SECTION TWO Morgan County Republican. Central Missouri Farming, Mining) Real Estate, Railroad and General News, t Vol VIII. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Jan. io, 1907. No. 2. 1 the: day before the WEDDING. Continued from Section I. The young man smiled ruefully. "Mine will keep," he Bald. "To tell you tbc truth, I wan only goInK down to tho Island (or a day on the river by myself." While he wan speaking Tara found that they had turned 'Wlf-unconsclously, and that he was walking along at her hide. She hadn't the spirit to make any objec tion this time. She realized with a sudden miserable pang that she felt weak and 111, and that she owed her loud-voiced landlady a fortnight's rent. "The. river," she echoed dreamily and her companion could not guess what a tragic Impulse underlay the words "the river must look beautiful on a day like this all shimmer and reflections." Then, with the hospitable Impulse to make conversa tion : "I liv...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 January 1907

" ..... It v. Courtesy of Home Magazine, & eal to ffftonss Z?j Grace tAda rBlaiichard IT'S no use, Dottic, to talk about making the best of it. There is no best to it, when a man is up against such a proposition as this. 'I fee! as if the world had suddenly taken a drop, just the wrong time, too, for Atlas to lose his grip. Wish he could have held out a little while longer. I'm afraid there is no reviving hope now. Pandora might as well take her box and move on. "Why, you know, Dottic, since I was able to stand alone, Uncle Ben has talked about the time when he would take me into business with him. Called mo the junior partner before I was out of kilts, and actually made this cloud, somewhere, and I am sure to find it." -"I am afraid this particular cloud is the excep tion. Seems to me it is black all through." , "No, Tom, only black from your point of view. I can even now catch a faint gleam of roseate hue. How far is it to Brownsville?" "I don't believe I am equal to mental gy...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 January 1907

i -myrvitrffr LISTHNERS, of course, rmnot tomplala of what they beur; but Uncle did not Intend to listen, lie had Dilated IiIh spectacle-case when he took off his spectacles, and had com downstairs again In his dressing-gown and (Uppers to look for It. The dining-room door was ajar, and he heard his name men tioned before he had time to cough. Ho had no breath to cough with after hearing what ho heard. "I'm quite rure that Uncle I trying," father i-ald. He was father's Uncle, and he bud Just come home from abroad. "I don't want him to live with us any more than you do; but beggars can't be choosers." "We aren't quite beggar, dad," Mar Ian said, In her Impulsive nay, "and I'd rather beg! He'll fuss and fuss and fuss; mid want us to alter everything to his Ideus. He suggests 'little improvements' In half the things you and mother do ; and an for Hob and me, everything we do Is wrong. " 'Young people' " and she Imitated s, Uncle's deep voice " 'young people were very different when I w...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 January 1907

X THE DOUGHTYS' BUSINESS VENTURE GETTING INTO DEBT THE EASIEST WAY TO ESTABLISH CREDIT By MELVA IONA GREGORY. jfj "V7KM- A rcache " deal I KI.I-, Mother, I'm afrnlil we've about uacneo tne enu 01 our run: mai hart hoped n much from foil flatter than a pancake. What we're to do now, I'm sure I don't know: 1 havi) only four hundred dollam, all told. It' a pretty gloomy outlook for pcoplo our age. Now, If I wax an young an I once wan, i mignt inveni It home way and make bark what wn'vo lost ; hut I'm getting old, and It seems haven't got tho push I used to have." Mr. Doughty, a plump little old lady with a cheerful face, spread a clean, white cloth on tho table and set out the evening meal. Bho wan tuny thinking whlln her husband talked: but waited until he finished speak ing b'for saying anything, She wo think ing of the plmsant home and of the com fort they had been compelled to give up on account of unfortunate Investments. Her iul(k wit had been at work for Home time, formulating a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 January 1907

i 1 ALL AROUND THE FARM. Snap Shots. Manx yearn ago Rastern farmers sold their (arms at nigh price to bur cheap WcM era landa. Now some farmers Id the Went are selling high-priced land and are buying the cheap and abandoned farms of the Kant Massachusetts and Connecticut, it is said, have plenty of such farms, and that enter Arising Western farmers are the purchasers. It has been estimated that the average annual crcp of honey In the United States amounts to 120,000,000 pounds, with a value Of $8,000,000 to $10,000,000. During a busy time or a bad spell of weather some things about the barn aro neglected until the appearance Is quite un tidy. If one .will only spend a half day put ting things to rights about the barn It will be time well spent. A solution of crude carbolic acid will be found excellent for destroying odors, but to destroy nn odor docs not get rid of the cause powerful: hence, clean away the substance that produces the annoyance. The colt which persists In getting Its...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 January 1907

1 IK HIM K ''.,-4 I? 1 1 .'; ALL AROUND THE FARM SOW CLOVER IN MARCH II. CoiuiF.itT Missouri I sow nrrhnnl grans with my clover In stead of timothy, 1 prefer orchard grass for two reasons. Ono Is that with seed of my own raising 1 never fall to net a good stand sown at any time of the year; second, It ripens with the clover, and If the seed stock ripens a big tussock of green blades Is mixed with the clover and when clover Is deep ripe these green blades of orchard grass mixed through the hay sweeten tho whole and make It palatable. I might also add a third reason, which Ik tin! best of all, namely, It grows from early spring till late full and Is a great drouth reslster. I have teer failed to get a stand of clover, but lost one crop by freezing and I think I sowed this In February. On March 12th, there were, three blades on the clover plants and they were killed. I sowed the same Held In April nnd got a good stand. Ist two crop- by drouth after cutting off the oats, and one crop af...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 January 1907

Fun For Hit Family ) liUftllMMU. I i 1 11 6.; How do yon ornate yourself evenings ? Then are many ways is which you can Plan garnet and entertainment (or the family and (or your visitors. Now I want to tell you of the best lorn o( entertainment ever invented more fun, more real enjoyment for old and young than any other and costing' you but UttU in the long run. . It is so easy to learn, that I am particu larly glad to put on this page the free trial oner of tne Edison rnonograpn uistrtDUters. The editor o( this paper is Impressed by the variety o( wonders of the phonograph. Think o( the musical art being handed over to a person who is absolutely without musi cal training I Yet this is exactly what the instrument accomplishes. Anybody can learn in 2 minutes how to operate an Edison phonograph. Yon arrange your own pro gram I Yon become the director of an orchestra, the leader of a minstrel show, the creator of an entertainment I The phonograph to me is a wizard. Just think of the sk...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 January 1907

HI Uet 1 ' ; ctvt? a Ievl Cohen went to Itocknway Ileach for the Knit water bathing. He decided ho wouldn't plunge Into tin- xurf for it few day so h" walkrd down to tin- beach with a bucket and nxked the tniiu who had charge of the life-boat what It would tout for a lit tle Halt water ho bo coulil take a xpooxo bath at tho batb houxc. The Minn tilted Cohen up for an eaxy mark and told him 2l renin a jail, Cohen paid tbc quarter and started off with thu but ki t of water. The next morning hi' appeared again on tho bench, bucket In band. Tile tide wun out about 7IIO feet, (.'olieii turned to tho man and Raid : "Vat a hlnzlncsii you arc doing." J. W. Itunxomc, New foreman "What uro you doln' there, Jtaffcrty?" Itoffcrty "I'm ollln' the wheelbarrow." New foreman "Well, lave It alone. I'll do It mi ni If. Whut do you know about machinery?" , "Wo have Herman bands and French bands and American hands, but you never hear of an Irish band. You couldn't bavo one. Kwry man would want to bu le...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 January 1907

MfiBEO Wives and Mothers in Despair, Homes i!$ 1 1 I I lPl lin I Mw Made Sad, Money Wasted Noble Lives W A JSLAgft:! I m j R-uined, Children Disgraced TB fBgmmmUjlM a Npw DpmpHv f nr thp Drtnk Hahit Spiit Free feliMffl BiyyQn FREE to Wives FREE to Mothers HHM-H FREE to Sisters HKIiaflH FREE to the Poor Drunkard Himself JpjSW-TjiS'IJc Science has proven that drunkenness is a disease a Curable Disease. It JSvvSwL mmxfl fK&JyXff can be cured secretly and without the patient's knowledge. 'aTklPi sW Wv I'aCfflM t )wl m Doubt is out of the question. Nobody can fail to be convinced of the m gaWiBl Bf fcHH A iSAp 1 R'eat value of Alcola m curing all kinds and conditions of intemperance. Ihe fVJi aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKr .aaaataaSl ajsatttttttH BBSST 2waKWcsSHBaaH'' -Ear aTar - a HsbbI Science has proven that drunkenness is a disease a Curable Disease. can be cured secretly and without the patient's knowledge. Doubt is out of the question. Nobody can fail to be convinced of the great value of ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 January 1907

4 " ' ll I Lrnrnm aS a as F R E E! Handsome Fur Scarf H it oeariy en and ontvhetf yard Icnr, made from dark Baltic Seal, haa alz heavy Tab, fi warm and dressy, and to the very popular atyla which lb Illus tration show, and wa know you will be more than pleased with It. It la an elecant fur and thoroughly good, and It wHI give yeara asatisfactory wear. TJte only reason that we can orter them U that wa bad tbcMfuramade up for Me by a leading manufacturer during the dull aummer month, when he could afford tO aUOte U aVerv low nrlr. Thk U K rtil rrau that wa are able to give you aucb an, expensive rasa hi as. . . ocna j our name ana nnnreio ana We will lend )ou at once 24 jaleces four new swe'l Art Jewelry? con. elating of Real Gold-plated Articles worn by tho very beat people. Every one will gladly boy one or more of these at ten cenla apiece. Beturn ua the 2.40 collected and we will Immediately send you thlt BEAUTIFUL FUR SCARF Tout credit la good with tie, and We truat you with the g...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 January 1907

a "Ah! that flno natural edge of curiosity you apoko of lend mo Insight, you perceive. Out wait I Listen t There nro hoof-beats I It Is your man" Her (cot was In the stirrup and sho was In the aaddl almost before ho had finished speaking. "I'll bid you good-nlgbt, sir, and pray your conscience may not Intcrvcno to hinder my enterprise," she said, and would have ridden forward, but he caught Tom's bridle. "Nay, not so fast, young sir. I am con cerned for you. Who Is this man, and will ho not be armed for a surety I" "Hut I am armed likewise," was tho re Ply. "Aye, with a too tender heart," was tho answer. "Orant mo a favor tho loan of ypur pistol and permission to ride forward iaa accost the rascal." "Nay, you are a stranger to me, and you but dcvlso a ruse to leave mo defenceless lhlle you escape with the means of protect ing yourself." Bho saw bis head Incline In a slight bow. "As you will," bo said, and then, with an adroitness that surprised her, he leaped into tno saddle and was...

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