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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 17 November 1910

iTHE SENATE IS REPUBLICAN ITHEY WILL HAVE 50 OF THE M i MEMBERS. iThe Democrats Have Elected 12 New Governors While the Republi cans Got 13. THE SENATE. Jlepubllcnn, i-eitnln BO Democrnle, certain 40 In doubt 1 Totnl membership 82 Majority, 47. THE HOUSE. Democrats 225 Hepubllenna 104 Socialists J Doubtful 1 Total 331 Washington, D. C. Tlio nepub llcans arc assured of 10 new senators, which, with 31 hold-over senators, gives them a total of 50. The Demo crats are assured of lo new senators, which, with 23 hold-overs, gives them b total of 40. The senatorshlp still In doubt Is a successor to Mr. Carter In Montana, where there Is prospect of a deadlock. These determined totals, However, leave a Republican majority In the senate as follows: Total membership, 92; necessary to majority, 47; Republicans, 50; Demo crats, 40; doubtful, 2. A summary of tho contest for gov ernorships shows tho following Iemo cratic governors elected, w'lth tho ap proximate pluralities: 'State. governor. Plura...

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 November 1910

W. C. T. U. Column. Through tha courteay of the Rsf eitLtcAH this pace it reserved for the W. C. T. V. It U edited ttylta reprentitlTe who are reaponalble for kll atatementa wmcn appear in n rarau. W C T U Watchworda; Organize, Mducate A.li.ir. WCTO Principles: ToUl Aballnenct, Prohibition of the liquor trafftel One atandard of rtldrala for rata and wortiam Home proiectimu limal auffraee. and the teaching of tklttitlfie temperance I" the puhllc achools. Dear readers and patrons of this good olil Morean County Kltl'UDf.lCAK: We come to you this week with sad and heavy hearts, because of the defeat of our grand old stale for prohibition. Words cannot express our feelings when We realize that the greatest battle of our lives has been fought And lost. Was lost front the standpoint of victory, but from another standpoint we have gained. We have brought about a temperance sentiment that is being felt and is grow, illg, and will continue to grow, and when we come again (that will be only a...

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 November 1910

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Eleventh Yeah. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, November 24, 1910 No. 46. Missouri Wealth. Jefferson City, November 19. the revenues of an empire are for Missouri's surplus products for 1909. The enormous total of $342, 512,903, an increase of almost $28, 000,000 over the previous year's pro duction, includes only such commo dities as were, during the twelve months considered, hauled, driven afoot or shipped to market from the 114 counties of Missouri. After a year of hard work Labor Commissioner J. C. A. Hiller and Supervising Statistician A. T. Ed- rnonston of the Bureau of Labor Sta tistics have made public some inter esting facts and figures on the wealth and high standing of Missouri, "the poultry queen of the Union," a title which will cling for years to come. ' . . - . . 1 - ... entertaining lasnicu in me 1910 rc- l V,, .Unirlinilit. Which DUbll" 1 " L 1 cation is now so gene...

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 November 1910

uutttss. MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W. W. KINLOC1I, Publisher, VKILSAIU.ICd MISSOURI. HEWS 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 Readers. Domestic itrma. When bonds of the Kansas City Terminal Hallway company for build Ini; the Now I'nlon station wore of fered for sale In London the entire offering of $7,r00,000 was oversub scribed In 21 hours. That the most obnoxious provisions of the ra.MH-Aldiich tariff will be corrected, but that there would be no general tariff revision was the declnrailon made by Senator Gore or Oklahoma, the blind statefcinan, In Chicago. A dl.-row-ry of Iron, zinc and lead ore was made elpht miles west Sallna Kansas, mar Hedvllle Iteports received by the department of commerce and labor bIiow that Chicago pacUers havo secured large Interests in the meat packing niul fchlppim; business In South America end virtually control the meat ...

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. — 24 November 1910

A flH&l METALLIC HEELS and COUNTERS MADE CF STEEL TOR MINERS, QUARRYHEN, FARMERS AND ALL MEN WHO DO ROUGH WORK W(5M and easily attached. Will pay for them elves several timet over. They outlast the shoes. Any cobbler can rut them on or jour shoe dealer hai sho-s already fitted nith them. Write (or booklet that tella all about them. UNITED SHOfi MACHINERY CO. IIOSTON, MA 55. The Farmer's Son's Great Opportunity ay waif lor inn a mrtn to bmnm prt'imru inr your ruuiro 1jfJiu-j"jriiy iiim inui'tn ilt i.if. A H-val iM'pwr tuinty nwinn you in Maliili.tm UskrtU-litjun or A n rti. w hero you i can m'i iit i' a I irriimnt- souaLlo prices. Now'siheTime rot a yrnrfrnm now. n tun Intitl v Ml in hi; h rr. The I'lutlw rrcurctl from the tilMitulant roii (if AWn-iit, (lain anil IturWvv, n well os caMlo nilvni:, uro rimMm' a fit .uly iu a mo In Hue. uovrrnn nt murni hrum hut tin uniiihiT of HuftW'rri In A-"tiTii atiau.i from Hm V, S. vra JO jmt f'iit larger In 1U10 tliua thu iirt'ltUf cnr, Jinny...

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. — 24 November 1910

Republican, if iiC r U 'Ih) Kltil oca I1 ti- - Fropi ieor Entered in the Post Office at Versailles, Missouri ns second class mail matter, Snbscription Price $1.00 a Year Phon No. 1S3. Advertising Rates. DlspUy advertlsliiKi by the yer. to average four inches or more, Bftc. per Inch each issue, Professional cards, one inch, SO cents per month; Iwo Inches, 75 cents per month. Icals five lines, or over. 5 cents per line t'.r first Insertion; 2Hc per line for each subsequent insertion. In black type 10 cents per line for first insertion, 5 cents per line for each sul, se quent insertion. Legal advertising at legal rates. Special rates on pace advertisements. Let us be ThanKIuI. Now, that the country has been saved for another two years, let us all get busy with home affairs. er sailles is a good town, but she can be a better one. We need water works, a sewerage system, park, better sdreets and more good sidewalks. The streets and sidewalks should be brought to grade, a number of "blind"...

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. — 24 November 1910

S OCA 5. NEWS. Furniture of all mm red and satisfaction given. Kidweli. 4. WiKuj rr, Furniture Store. Our fine Missouri weather is still with us, and from present imli' ations promises us a glorious day lor Thanks giving. Celery, (mine grown, a limited quantity for sale by Mrs. W. V. Rinloch. Phone 263. J. F. Schmittcr has leased his farm south of town, purchased a lot in St. Clair's addition, and will erect a home, and become a citizen of Ver sailles. Harness dipped for 50 cents in pure Neatsfoul oil, and now is the time to oil your harness. All kinds of horse liniments for sale. Sam B. Thompson, Glenstcd, Mo. Charley Mosier and family moved this week to the Mills residence north of postoffice, and will make that their home until ready to start for Kansas Thanksgiving: Services. Union Thanksgiving Services will be held at the M. K. Church this morning at 10:00 o'clock. The ser mon will be delivered by Rev. Jno h. Andrews, the Evangelist, with special music under the direction of G....

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 November 1910

Tho Two Led the Way, Fol lowed by a Dozen Men. C01JME of cmmnm fib JAMEy OIIVER OJRW00D I90O iby DOBPa -TTBPWH.I. SYNOPSIS. f mr. Nntl'nnliM J'liitn or 1 ho sluoti Tv- pluion, I mils siMTftlv on li '.ivor Islntnl. liiniliiilil of tin' Mormons. Ohaillah I'llm. .Viiiinoii I'oiimllor. "nfrnnls Ii'lln Mill lio Is i'Xrti il, 11111I ImrtralliH for tin- uiiiimitittlim uli". 11. 1 til.' Monti Mi' Winls Nut liv a mili'inn on lit in ili'livor a i:ii'I::iki to Friiiilcllu I'li'iri', pii'ldi'iit of tlm l'nlk'il SMt.'s. Ni'.'ir I'llcr's ciililn Nil si'i'S tin; ft iuhtniii 1 face of .1 ynunK wiiiinii who ills .ppi'.iti In tl.c ilurkiii'XH Iimviiii; tin oilof i.t Ilia, s It ili'Vi lops tli.it Nut's visit to tl i-l.iinl Is in ili'iiiiiiul si't lli'tiicnt of the 1 Hi" Strum;, lor tlif I'.nl ln of Ills sloop I . Mot 111. ins. I'tlic oMowm Nnt tlm Itlnn'.s pill.... mill tlnoUL-li 11 wlmlow lie him r. Inlv of tin' llla. s. wlio I'llcu wiy.s i r c Winn's m-W'titli witv lllllim lit till' 111' U - 1. Ml. ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 November 1910

Reason for Stranoe Names. A Httlo colored rlrl appeared on ene of tho city playgrounds the other day, accompanied by two pickanin nies, vbo.slio explained, were cousins of hers, visitors In Newark. "What aro their names," asked tho young woman In charge of the playground. "Alda Overturo Johnson nnd Lucia Sextette Johnson," tho girl answered. "You eco their papa used to work for a opera man." Newark News. Scant Pasturage. "I nm afraid the moths will got Into my bathing suit," said Maude. "It would a shame," replied May mlo. "Tho poor things would Btorvo to death." Mlint Mnrlno J'to Hemrdr I)oc fo the 5 Tea H to Hetreith, ( li-anM-, Sln-ncim-n and Mima ,le llrnlilifiil cirriiUilun. Promoting Stormal Condition. Tn Murlua lu four hn The days of chivalry are not past. A lady entered our ofllco tho othor day and we took our feet oft the desk. vni.i.ovv n.oTiini aim: rxsinim.Y. Keep tlirm white with lied Cron l!ll llliic. All fcTocois tell large 2 oz. package, 5 cents. It Isn't every ball ...

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. — 24 November 1910

Sand spring farm. November 10th, 1010. Jiilitor RRPi'nMCAN! There was recently in Waslilugton City tin important conference of charitable or KatiizAtlotm, nnil in the opening address Cnrdlnal Gibbons quoted Hie scripture which says, that the poor we shall always hive with us; he also said where there vas the most wealth, there was found the grealest poverty. If these conditions ns existing today be attributed to divine will, it is simply an unpardonable insult to the One we call Father. The masse of men doomed by unjust conditions to Intolerable poverty, appeal first to their churchmen ns judges in a supreme tri bunal; the result is, as far as I can see, a relief through charitable organizations, and, as Count Tolstoi says, the rich will do on) thing for the poor, but get off their backs. I do not believe nil that n priest tells mc; one in ChicHgo says tint if you give ten acres of land to a socialist he ceases to be a socialist; another in l'hilndelphia Mjsthat catholic laymen have...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 1 December 1910

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS, ELEVEtfrtf Tear. Versailles, Mo.. Thursday Morning, December 1, 1910 No. 46. GIRL COMES im HUES' TO .HARRY tyins Over Parents, Makes : Trip, then Runs Against Obstacle. YOUNG COUPLE BUST PRODUCE WITNESSES Brldegroom-to-be Makes Hurried Search, Gets license and Weds. After overcoming parenttl objec tion, traveling more than 2000 miles to wed the man of her choice and fin cally getting to the point of applying for a marriage license, pretty Clara R. I.umpee of Versailles, Mo., ran . 1 1 f III E If Tl 1 vuumcr iu --uupiu r. fa. ncywooa, anu inc course oi iruc love naa us last and almost insurmountable set- back Saturday afternoon. "Yes, madam, where is your wit i ness?" said Cupid. "Witness?" she queried, "We didn't need any witness back in Mis g'souri." Cupid was obdurate, and the young li'lady and her intended, Roy E. Stock- ton, of Coeur d'Alene, lefl the office, Igjrfshe to wait in t...

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. — 1 December 1910

tint rtm'HiVi.11 HcOtMIHftM n (7 MORGAN COUNTYREPUBLICAN V V KINI.OCH, Publisher, VKItSAIM.Kd MISSOURI. TO Most Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. Interesting Itcmo Gathered from all Parts of the. World Condensed Into Small Space for the Ben efit of Our Readerr.. Domestic Items. "If the nations of the world ngreo to recti rd the Panama canal ns neu tral territory then there would bo no ne-rd fur loif ideations" declared KcpHM'iitaiiW' I. A. Tawney chair man of t ln appiopilation committee In an lut-r lew published In a local newspaper i't, Panama. President Tnl't has appioved the rules of the secretary of the treas ury under which all returns made un der the coipi'ion tax law shall bo nvallahle to the public. There has been a much larger Brow Mi In the cities below 1(in,(ju(t than in those above, the percentage of the former b !ng :".l as against 31.S for the latter. Foitynine of the cities contain mote than 1 i -i and of this number 11 have ri.-di into the IOn.000 sincu t...

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. — 1 December 1910

He Never Shaved Again. Mnrmaduhc What do you suppoiw that wretched barber said when ht lhaved mo? Hurtle I don't know. Marmaduke Ho said It reminded him of a gnmo ho used to play when a boy called "Hunt tho Haro." A Sure Cure. Randall 1 low did she euro hci daughter of that disagreeable habit ol crosHlng her Uneoa? Rogers Uought her a hobhlo skirt BABY'S SCALP CRUSTED "Our Httlo daughter, when thrc mouths old, began to break out on tin hoad and wo had tho best doctors tc treat her, but they did not do her anj good. They said sho had eczema. Hci scalp was a solid scalo all ovor. Tht hurnlnc nnd Itchlnir wna nn nm-nrn trinl l Bho could not rest, day or night. We had about given up all hopes when we road of tho Cutlcura Remedies. We al onco cot a cako of Cutlcura Soan. t box of Cutlcura Ointment nnd ono hot 1 tlo of Cutlcura Resolvent, nnd fol-! lowed directions carefully. After the j flrst doso of tho Cutlcura Resolvent I wo used tho Cutlcura Soap frooly and applied tho Cutlcura Ointm...

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. — 1 December 1910

wsxucti The Republican, (Successor to Thk Dkmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in the Post Office At Versailles Missouri as second class mail matter, Subscription Vrice, $1.00 a Vear Phon No. lOJ. Advertising Retett. Display advertising, by the yesr. to avemgc tour Inchet or mote, &He. per Inch rich lsur. rrofciiloual card, one Inch, Jo cent per month; two Inches, "3 cents per month. Locals five lints, or over, j cents per line for drt insertion; per line for ec!i subsequent insertion. In black type 10 cents per line for first Insertion, Scents per line fr each subs quent insertion. f.egs.1 advertising at legal ratei. fipccltl rates on page advertisements, The Rkpuhlican is as good ao ad vertising medium as any for the peo pie who do their trading at Versailles and surrounding country, and is as widely read as any Morgan County paper. You get full value for your money when you use its columns. The official count of the vote for Circuit Judge V. H. Martin being nearly 2,...

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. — 1 December 1910

5 LOCAL NEWS. m Old papers for sale at this office 20 cents per 100. Furniture of all kinds repaired and satisfaction given. Kimvkm. Talhott. Furniture Store. Jesse Spurlock, who is ttcnding high School at Columbia, was home for Thanksgiving. Celery, home grown, a limited quantity for sale by , Mrs. W. V. Kin-lock. .hone 208. Mrs. H. C. Inscho went to Boon- ville last week to spend Thanksgiving and visit a couple of weeks with rela tives. 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. Dr. J. L. Short and family left Sat unlay on the noon Rock Island train, via St. Louis, for their home at Rolla, after a very pleasant visit here. J Regular communication of Ver sailles Lodge, No. 117, A. F. & A. M., Fridpy night, Dec. 2nd. Work in the Maker's degree, and there snoum e a tun nouse. The "intelligent compositor" put Kidwell & Winget into the furniture repairing busin...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 1 December 1910

COBRifiE of P3J (11 RIM M 61 JAMEJ COVER CUKWOOD copy hi out 190a oy nonn.i-netiiiii.L SYNOPSIS. fp. NitlnntM I'Him nf (lift sloop Ty-Ilii'"i-. Imidrt Rt'rrctly on Ilouvur Inland. ii iiii.:linlil f tlio MnrmoiiH. Oliaillah )'i-Ko, Mm riiiii councilor, confront him. tdl.s lit 111 lir 1.1 pxppftpil, nii.1 bargains for 1I10 mntmiti'llon ulioiirU tin; Hloop. Iff Minis Nii 1 liv 11 poluinn until to ili-livor n i.n liir to 1 "r.-mk Hit I'lc ret; pioxlilcnt of the I'nUi'il .M.-ito-i. NVar I'rloi-'.s raliln N.it h ps the fi iKlitrtu cl f.n of a yoiiiic wonuiii wl.fi ilis.-imio.-irs In tl'f ilnriincss. Inuliu; 1111 oilnr of lllni-s. It develops Hint Nnl'it vlll Im iln Island Is to (It ni.ind pet-ili-nii 11! nf Hi- Idnjr. Ktraim. for the loot Iiir of IiIh (-Im p by Mormons. Price shown I.'iit tin- l.lnu'H palai -. -in I through, a tvliiitou ho .. tho Indy nf tin- lllnrs. who I'rli'.- .iys Is the king's cw-ntli wife ' 'iiIIIiil' it Iho Klnq'M nth. N.it . warned liv a y.niPB voinati Hint his Pf...

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. — 1 December 1910

MISSOURI STATE CAPITAL ITEMS NOTES THAT ARE OF INTEREST TO MISSOURIANS. Brief Mention of Matter They Occur at Jefferson City, Official and Otherwise. Jefferson City Like the revenues of an empire are the figures In the new 1910 Hed Hook for Missouri's surplus products for 1909. Tho enor mous total of $342,542,901!, nn Increase of almost ?2S,000,000 over tho pre vious year's production, Includes only such commodities as were, during tho twelve months considered, hauled, tlrlved afoot or shipped to market from the 114 counties of .Missouri. After a year of hard work Labor Commissioner J. C. A. HUler and Su pervising Statistician A. T. Kdmon ston of the Bucrau of Labor Statistic? havo made public some Interesting facts and figures on tho wealth and high standing of Missouri, "the poul try queen of the Union," a title which will cling for years to come. All Is set forth in an np-todato and enter taining fashion in. the 1910 report of that department, which publication Is now so generall...

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. — 1 December 1910

If W. C. T. U. Column. for of "raroafk the caartesjr of tht RaresucaN thU Spare It reserved far tat W. C. T. V. It la edited fcy ! reprtatatallvee wha are rttpaasible all atateaaeate arnica appear i us caiamnt . w ft T UWatcaworda: Oraanlie. Bducat Agitate. WCTO Priadplo: TaUl Abstinence Prahlaltloa af the liquor traeaci Oat standara ma rait for nca and women! Hone protection Huat tuSriKe, and the teaching rf (tcleutlfi Temperance In the public tchooli, The Liquor Handtoip. Kinpcror William, in opening the hew naval academy at Muerwick, earnestly admonished the cadet to refrain from the excessive use of in toxicating drink. The emperor coun seled total abstinence and said that the nation which in the future used the smallest amout of alcohol would lead in art and war. A hopeful in dication of our times is found in the fact that the nations of the world are coming more and more to recognize the dangers which lurk in the use ol intoxicants. The strenuous naval service of today require...

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. — 8 December 1910

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS; eleventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, December 6, 1910 No. 50. s Double Pr iceWiEcKingSale Just In Time have decided to put on this YY C great and most powerful DoubleSpace Wrecking Sale m the height of the season, just in time for the cold weather. This Double-Price Wrecking Sale simply means: Prices of all kinds, and in all the departments of this Great Department Store go to wreck, they being demoralized regardless of time and season. For the next 15 days there "will be the biggest, most startling, unmerciful sacrificing of the highest grades of merchandise. The People know a good thing, they will come miles and miles to attend this Monster Double-Price Wrecking Sale regardless of weather. It will mean a great saving to them, it means that nearly $2.00 worth of goods can be had for the price of $l.OO.. Don't stop! Come right on and see the big crowds that will be here, ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 8 December 1910

MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W. V. KINI.OCH, Publisher, VERSAILLES M1SSOUIU. NEWS OF THE WEEK fcfest Important Happening of tho Past Seven Days. IrAerooting Itcmo Gathered from alt Psrts of the World Condensed Into Small Space for the Ben efit of Our Readers. Domestic. Heme. The rlty council of Chicago bos passed an ordinance limiting tho height of buildings In that city to S!00 feet. Hank wreckers blew open tho safe In a hank aj Garden City, la., nnd after a free exchange of shots with aroused citizens escaped with $1,800. To build a groat highway connect ing Tulsa, llartlcsvllle, Independence, Chanute, tola, Ottawa and Olathe with Kansas City Is the ambitious plan of Allen county good roads boosters, "nulld the road with rock and oil," Is the slogan of the enthusiasts. Tho two now superdreadnoufilits authorized at the last session of con gress are to bo named the New York and tho Texas, Several thousand head of cattle have been sacrificed in western Texas others are Doing snipped to n...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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