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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 3 November 1910

- r w!miiiiwm; f.ft-w.M.ia.!.,: - gajKimiMnMi 1 it ' I .till I i III mt, 1 fit ll ill -- -r- ' i'VhTmi li-ia'ii-nlVWMfl I POPPER'S Wreckings 3E!J usaessMsssasa Talk about Prices being' Demoralized! This most powerful, l?rice- wrecking Sale is the greatest benefactor to the early buyers, it is a great saving to them, it means that when they spend a dollar in this Great Establishment nearly two dollars $2.QO worth of the most seasonable merchandise is being turned over to them; every dollar's worth of eroods is and must be im-to-date. clean, crisrav and of the -, very latest style, no summer goods on sale at this time, every piece of goods we offer is for the ALL AND WINTER SEASON At prices that have never been equaled by any merchant; Our boast ing prices are on duality, and Quality only. JUST A FEW OF OUR PRICE-WRECKING SALE PRICES: I' I "1 III I I I ll I I I III I I II II I I III II Ladles' Underwear. Colli weather is here. Hig lot of Ladies Vests anil Pants all si.es. Regular pric...

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. — 3 November 1910

SUPPLEMENT, Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Eleventh Year. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, November 3. 1910 No. 42. The Republican, (Successor toTiiK DUMOCRAT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprlotor. Kntered in tlie Post Office at Versailles, Missouri ns second class mail matter. Subscription l'rice, $1.00 a Year. Phoiiu No. 1S5 Advertising Rates. Display nclverlislni;. liytlie year, to average four inches or mure. S'jc- Jier inch each issue. rrofenional cariK one Inch, SO cents per month: two inches. 75 lents per niontli. Locals five lines, or over j cents per line for first inseition; .''4e. per line f.ir each suhsiincnt insettlon. In Mack tjpe 10 cents per line for first insertion. Scents er line for each snhse tient luei lion .eal ailveitlsiiiK at tcual rates. .Special rates on pane advertisements. The Election. Next Tuesday comes the battle of the ballots, which will settle the ques tion of office-holding for the next t...

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. — 3 November 1910

SUPPLEMENT TO MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN. T For Judge of the Supreme Versailles ., Missouri Court for the unexpired term T of Judge James D. Fox, de- T Thursday, Nov. 3, 1910. ceaoed, ending January, 1913! JOHN KENNISH 111 I r I I J T For Judge of the Supreme 1 Court for a term of ten ears x from January 1, 1911, to cue- Judge Oantt: JOHN C. BROWN T Ot Froderlcktown, Madleoii X Count)'; a native of Missouri, X 50 years old; born and reared & In Carter County; has an extan- 2 slvo law practice; was ono of the lawyers who lately revised the General Statutes; is highly endorsed by members of the bar in ooiuiieum .Missouri una uy 4. lnwvprs nil nver tho Slate wlin T X know him. Has a wlilo knowl- $j edge of law and the tempera- A ment of a safe Judgo. Is a clean, pure, good man. At the Aiisust primary election John C. Hrown of Madison County was nom inated by Republican voters for Judge of the Supteme Court to succeed Jtulfio Gaunt, whose second term of ten years will expire next Janu...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 3 November 1910

HONEST ELECTIONS NO LONGER A DREAM THE BALLOT IN MISSOURI HAS BEEN PURIFIED AND MUST NOT BE AGAIN POLLUTED. PROMISE OF REPUBLICANS SUCCESSFULLY REDEEMED AND PARTY PLEDGED TO PERFECTION OF ELECTION LAWS. "We pledge tlie nominees o the Republican party to use cvciy power of government with which we may be entrusted to secure every citizen, weak or strong, rich or poor, black or white, the rifjht to cast one ballot and have that ballot honestly counted." Republican State Platform, adopted at Jefferson City, VJ08. Prior to the Inauguration of Joseph W. Folk as governor in. 1303 corrupt flections In the larger cities of the tato were manors of course. Nobody axperlcd anything else. The election t 1904 was characterized by fraud, foy Irregulnr counting; of ballots and ty Intimidation at the polls. Although folk was elected governor, the Repub lican mate ticket was elected with tho exception of tho candidate for guv trnor, and the Republicans elected a majority of tho members or tho legis ...

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. — 3 November 1910

it SHANNONISM" AS AN ISSUE IN POLITICS OLD DEMOCRATIC PARTY LEADERSHIP HAS REVIVED THE ISSUE OF 1904 AND 1908 tfHELPS IS BACK OF STATE CHAIRMAN SHANNON MEN WHO WERE REPUDIATED ARE" NOW AT THE FRONT. Wc have heard considerable in this campaign about Cannonism being one of the political issues upon which the people will have to decide. But an issue of far more importance to the people of Missouri is the issue of bliannonism. lhc success of a ticket managed by such' an organization would mean a continuation of the same in fhicnccs that were so influential in the last Democratic Senate. And the danger that unfair methods will be re- ;""vu lu lu "" Kiixuun ana wnicn win, it successful, become the established practice in Missouri, can be best understood by those familiar with "Shannonism" in Tack son County. Governor Iladley. In 1904 tho honest, determined Dem ocrats of Missouri arose In their might and utterly routed and defeated the Democratic party leaders who had disgraced and almost ...

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. — 3 November 1910

--'7 : Iilli 6TAir 5"2 VOTING JBSmh -2- PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS Champ CI, ill; is making an arduous campaign lor re-election. Ho io on Uio run. A vote for a Republican candidate for tho Legislature ib a otu for Gov ernor Jladlt'y, too. A now splilt pervades Grand Old Mlsi-ouii. It ought to creutu a mag nificent i.ow capltol at Jefferson City. Voto for It. Governor Hartley Is saying so many good tilings in liis speeches that Dem ociats and licpiiblicans alilcu hoar him with delight. Shall It ho hack to the soup honso of JMiu to Ji!)7 or forward to more of the luxuries of lift'? How will yon vote on this question? It iciuains to be seen how many cicdulous farmets In Missouri will be lieve lliij foolish contentious ot Dem ocratic leaders and vote to reduce the pricey for their pt'iducts. Some of the most prominent busi ness men In Kansas City lately de clined for Francis lieiauHU they aro afraid Heed may bo elected. That's the way Heed stands In his home city. Governor Hadley lias taken 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. — 10 November 1910

organ County Republican CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Eleventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, November 10, 1910 No. 43. M W. C. T. U. Column. rhrovish tin conrt- v tl the Kr.t'mucAN tlilt since ii reserved for I ic V. C. T. V. It ti edited by It' representative w ho ate responsible for all statements which appenr In Its columns. V C T U Wnteliw.-n'n. Organize. lMucntc Ait:tte. V cf I' Principles; Totnl AMinence, Vrohtliltlon of Hie Hipit.r traffic Our stanV.nrd of morris fur men nnd nMncn. Home piotcction: V pial sulTrage, aml'lic leaching of Scientific Temperance in the pu'ilic schooli. Mrs. Grinsted, o? Liberal, Kansas, one of our temperance lecturer, addressed o large audience at the Court house, Nov. 2nd at 7 .10 p. m Mrs. Grinsted is An alile speaker, and is well posted and informed on the sub Sect from which site talked, which en abled her to handle it very intelligently. The audience was ery attentive with the exception of...

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 November 1910

MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W. V. KINLOCH, Publisher, VEIiSMLLKS MISSOURI HEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. Interesting Items Gathered from nil Parts of the World Condensed Into Small Space for the Ben efit of Our Readers. Domestic Items. T3y onl.r of Pre ldi-nt Tuft all tho l Alaska oil lands arc to In' withdrawn j front Fi ttlrnit'iit, thus puttlm; thrm on tlio panic looting wit h the coal lands ( of Al.i-I.ii : all of which have heen with- i drawn with the exception of those that j were lm atcil prior to li'Oii. I The first Foa lion ever kllKnl In the ' wati in near Atlantic City, N. .1., was plain by a law party in boats headed i liy the i tigliu'ors at tho Vctitnor City vntorwnrl s. ' The I i.nly flraphic balloon, which 1 left I.niiilnii In nn attempt to break the world's di-tnnec record, ban landed at j Kerl-.liof n, llcnrnny. , Antonio HodriKiiez, .1 Mexican who j rnnffts'd that lie mtirdercd Mrs. l.eni ' Jlenders-'on. was burned at tho Make at I...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 November 1910

CURED 8IX YEARS. No Fexr of Further Kidney Trouble. Airs. Jostah Clinker, State St., Tama, Iowa, says: "My first symptom of kidney trouble was Intense pain In my back. This grew worse until I ached In every part of my body. I rested poor ly ond was so stiff In tho morning I found It hard to dress. 1 became tired easily, lost flesh and was In a bad wav. I wnu wnll pleased with tho quick relief Doan'a Kidney Pills gavo mo. They drove the pains away and restored my kid neys to a norma-, condition. I havo been freo from kidney trouble tor six years." Remember tho name Doan's. For salo by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Dut It doesn't tuko long to tamo a social lion. Lcwii' Silicic Hinder tr.n'i;ht 5o cigar u made to satisfy the smoker. Collateral. "Can you offer any security?" "Well, I'm willing to leavo my wife." Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, ii mercurr will mirclj- destroy the tons" ot mtll and completely ikruiico the whole syste...

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 November 1910

fhe Republican, (Sneressor to TUB Dkmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Jntered in the Tost Office at Versailles, Mtamuri as second class mail matter. .ubscriptloit Trice $1.00 a Year. 'Phone No. 103. Advertising Kates. 1)lf!nyn(lvtrlliiiK. ythe year, to nveiaae four indies or more, b'jC. per nicli men istir. lTofe'slutial r.irR one Inch, 50 cenU per nionttv.tnci Indies. TjceuH per moiitli. Locals- fire llti'S. or over. J cents per line for fir-'l internum ."$c. )er line for each snb.eqi:ent I. Hellion. In l)l.n k tpe 10 cents per line for lirt inscilion, 5 cent per line for each subse cjiirnt iii'trtion. t,en:l atlvcrtWug nl lecal mien. ..ecl.il rates on ikc advertisements. Tho Election. 'I'ucsday, election day, was an ideal day in this section, and every one who desired to vote had no ex cuse lor staying at home on account of the weather, and yet there was not a fi.ll vote polled in Morgan County. Tin result surprised the "old gang," that has been using the party for its personal ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 November 1910

1 m LOCAL NEWS. it nttv Harness dipped for 50 cents in pure Ne.itsinot oil, and now is the time t oil viitir harness. AH kinds of horse liniments for sale. Sam B. Thompson. Glensted, Mo. Miss Lorenc Petty, who has been visiting relatives in Ft. Wayne, lnd., returned home Sunday. Miss R01111 Wray, who is attending the Stevens Haptist College, Colum bia, came home last Saturday for a vacation. H. P. Anderson claims to have 11 of the largest and finest mules in Mor gan County, and will show you if you will attend his sale Nov. 22nd. Uncle Tip Talbotthas had his resi dence, corner of Williamson avenue and North Fisher street, neatly paint ed, the work being done by Kugler. The Spurlocks have had a fine plate glass front put in the office of the City Hotel, which adds much to the appearance of this popular hos terly. Paul Sptirlock had the frnt of his office recently painted a strawberry blonde or grizzly grey, we don't know wh'rh, at any rate his office don't loi-,i so grizzly. Miss i i...

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 November 1910

The Room Was Empty. araUNFUM COFVRl h 2 OA tbV SYNOPSIS. '"apt N'f plioon. 1 1 ntmiiRt'oKl I'rlco. M. i tells him I if'.' ! Hum of llic Klonp Ty- lly on lt'uvt-r tsitinl, f In Mormon-. OIkkIiiiIi i 1 'i rnllor, confronts him, Ij i i ii'il. and bargains for n ilioanl tlio Mono. Mo th" umiii' Dlnua Nat I) a .""li-inn oath tn ili-ilvcr u ackai;i I l'r.itil.lln Plclce. pri-sldont of the Unite": Ht itis. Near I'ni--'s cabin Nat ps fit- irli'liteixil face of u youni; woman w'.j is.ii ars In tin- l.'irl(ii"s. lenvltiK .v. i.tlor of liliu s. H il'-vi-lopi that Nat'.i visit i i thi ixliinil Is to ilemnml wt tlemunt of .. Mnn. Strang, tor the loot ing of Ms lnnp by Mo nions. I'llie bliows Nat tlio kind's piil.K i', and tluntiKli a window I c,.s the lad of tlic lllaH, who I'rl 'i nys Is the Min; smi-nth wife. Oalltni; at thu IMuk'h h!II. i- Nat is warned by u ytitiiK numiin thu his life Is In il.in Kr. .Strati professes Indimi.ttlon whiui ho heura Nat's kiIuvhih and picmlHi-s to punirtli tii. ...

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 November 1910

JUST FOR AN INSTANT. Focko Were you crcr on an auto mobile? Weeks Yes; once. Wcro you? Fcckc I don't know. I was merely on the front dashboard for the frao Ion of a second, and before I could pick myself up It got away. AN INTOLERABLE ITCHING "Just about two years ago, soma form of humor appeared on my scalp. Tho beginning was a slight Itching but tt grew steadily worse until, when I combed my hair, tho scalp became raw and tho ends of tho comb-teeth would be wet with blood. Most of tho time there was an Intolerable itching, In a painful, burning way, very much as a bad, raw burn, if deep, will Itch and smart when first beginning to heal. Combing my hair was positive torture. My hair was long and ,tuu jled terribly because of tho blood and cabs. This continue growing worso and over half my hair fell out. I was In despair, really afraid of becoming totally bald. "Sometimes the pain was bo great that, when partially awake, I would scratch tho worst plnces so that my flnger-tipa would ...

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 November 1910

, . ... V -i 111 iii" mil mgvmt The Store That Offers You Better Goods for Less Money, Better Qualities for Less Profit? Better Values With More vSatisfaction. Forty Years Experience in Business Here HELPS US TO STAND AT THE FRONT, AND HAS TAUGHT US THAT FAKES DIE FACTS LIVE ON We 5ell Only Reliable Merchandise, By Which We Have Built Up tYAe jCayes ALercantile EBusiness in Versailles. We can't put the ocean in a teacup, neither can we describe the thousand and one bargains we dffer. We quote you a few, only, and give you a cordial invitation to come and see us. Whether you buy or not, we will always take pleasure in showing you. Men's Underwear Shirts and Drawers Fleece lined, regular 40c our price 25c same regular 5()c our price ..... .. 3Sc same regular 75c our price SOc Union suits, regular $ 1.25, our price $1.00 Boys' Union Suits Fleece lined, 25c, 35c and 40c Fleece lined, extra heavy, 50c to 75c Boys' Undershirts and Drawers Heavy Heece lined, regular 50c, our price 35c Ladi...

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 November 1910

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS, Eleventh Yeari Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, November 17, 1910 No. 44. Official Vote of Morgan County; Election November 8th, 1910. 'CAKDIDATbS ti o 3 o I c o "5 S3 D m. ft For United StHtes Senator Sterling l'rice Bond, lohn IJ. UrccVciirldec. .William Urice Cumberland David Rowland Krancis James A. Reed Joseph Dritt Shewaller Natliati l'rank, R Albert K L. Gardner John Peter Hufnagel John C. McKinley Jacob Frederick Schmitter For Judge of Supreme Court: James Hritton Gantt, D John C. ltrowu, R Henry C.trrOll Timmonds, D John Kennish, R For State Supt. of Public Schools: Howard A. Gars, D William P. Evans, R For Railroad and Warehouse Com'r : Thomas M Bradbury, I) Frank A. Wightman. R For Representative in Confc., 8th Dist Uorsey W. J-baclcleford, D Robert A. Norfleet, R For Circuit Judge, 14th Judicial Cir.: James H liuzcll, D William II Martin, R For folate Senator, 14th Sen. ...

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 November 1910

MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W. W. KINL.OC3H, Publisher, VEHSAIM.K3, MISSOURI NEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important Happenings of th Past Seven Days. Interesting Items Gathered from all Parts of the World Condensed ii.'.o Small Space for the Ben efit of Our Readers. Domestic. Itrms. Petition for a change of venue, tak ing Mm boot tr.ist case out of the juris diction of lnltcd States Judge Kene- j raw M. Lamlls. has been (lied In tho I United States district court at ClU cago. The medical profession admits that it is unable to solve the mystery of infantile paralysis. They cannot cul tivate the germs In laboratories nor certainly dlagnoso the disensu until the patlint become paralyzed. Members of tho Brotherhood of Lo- romotiw i:ngineers aro voting in va- rlons parts of the West on whether , they will accept the wage offer made ! by the general managers or strike. The .'lO.onu engineers on 60 roads west of Ciilengo will cast their ballots on he proposition as fast as their re spective lodges m...

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 November 1910

JESUS IN GETHSEMANE Ssaday School Ltiion for Not. 20, 1910 Special! Arranged for Thl Paper fcesson Text Matthew 26:35-56. Memory ersrs, 3S-39. Qolclen Text "The Son of man Is be trayed Into the. hands of slnners."Matt. J6M3. Time Between mldnlRht nnd 1 o'cloclt, Friday morning, April 7. The morning of the day of the Crucifixion. Place Tho garden of Qethsemano. on the lower slope of the Mount of Olives, opposite Jerusalem. This lesson la full of sweet solem nity. When wo enter tho garden of Gethsemane wo hear tlio voice that came to Moses nt tho burning bush: "Put off thy shoes from off thy feet; for tho placo whereon thou standest ts holy ground." Wo trace tho walk of Jesus from tho upper room to Gcthsumanc, tho routo of tho ofllcers and soldiers from Castlo Antonla, and tha return with Jesus as a captlvo. Tho word "Gothsemano" signifies "an oil press," of which there wero certain to bo several In a locality then covered, as Mount Olivet was, with olive trees. John calls It a garden...

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 November 1910

The Republican (Successor to Tim Dkmocrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Kutereri in the Tost Office at Versailles, Missouri ns second class mail matter. Subscription Price $1.00 a Year, 'Fhon No. 105 Advertising Rates. DIsplsyadvertllnR, by the ytr. lo avenge lour Inches or more, Btfc. per men esen i.nue. Profelonal card., one Inch, SO eentt per monlhjtwo Inchen. 7j cents per month. lca1i-five linen, or over. 5 cents per line for first imetlloni :'Ac per line for each subsequent Insertion, In black type 10 cents per line for first Insertion, Scents per line for each aubse quent insertion. Ugal Advertising at tesal rates. Special rales 011 pace advertisements. County Court Proceedings. The Morgan county court met Monday, Nov. 7, in regular Novem ber term, with all judges and officers present. Following are the proceed ings: Accounts were presented and al lowed, as follows: Henry Jones, keeper of coun ty farm $ 5 2 State Hospital for care of county patients 74' 10 Geo. D. Harnard &...

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 November 1910

if if I I LOCAL NEWS. The Ladies Band of Stover will give a band concert and entertain ment in the Hall at Stover in the near future. Harness dipped for 50 cents in pure Neatsfoot oil, and now is the time to oil your harness. All kinds Of horse liniments for sale. Sam B. Thompson, Glensted, Mo. k Free TrlD To Europe. Sturm's Oklahoma Magazine is on our desk, and it is a handsome, progressive Magazine of the most modern appear knee, comparing favorably with the big astern publications, and being intensely Interesting as it is full of well prepared articles and illustrations concerning Oklahoma and the Southwest. gLTbis Magazine has made it an annual event for three years to take a party of Oklahoma girls on a month's outing in the Knst for getting subscriptions to that publication. Now it is engaged in select itiK girls all over the U. S. whom it will take on a two months trip through Eur ape, with all expenses paid, for securing 300 annual subscribers; work that cau be iccouiplished...

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 November 1910

r OP1MHJM fib JAMEJ OIIVER CURWOOD cowpioiiT 190a 'iy poppa-rtnawn-t. ostiwn SYNOPSIS. Cnpt. Nutlmnlnl I'lum of the sloop Ty plioon. lands secretly on Ueaver Island, BtrciiKlmld of tho Mormons. Obnd ah J'rlce, Mormon councilor, confronts hltn, tells hltn lif Is expected. nnl bargains for tho ammunition aboard tho sloop. II binds Nut tv a mlenm oath to deliver 11 rnckiiK)' to Franklin l'lerce, president of tli t'tiited hi it- Near Price's cabin Nut sees the ftleMened faco of n ynuni; Woman wlm dl-ipp-irst I" the darkness, teavlriK an o.l.ir t lilacs. It develops that Nut's visit tn tie Island Is to demand set tlement of tin- I. sue Strain;, for tho loot ing of bis sl.M.p l,v .Mnrmoiis. I'rlco shows Nat tho I liii; . pil.iee, and tlirouch a wlndi.w be , tl.e holy of the lllars, who Price s.iv N the Kind's seventh wife. ....Ill I. I. ...'j ..111. .i Vtif la .earned by n juiitiK n rn. in that hlx life Is In dan- j KIT. .- lie ,-siraiii' pi -if seH iniiiviiiiiiini m-n its Nat's urn wince...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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