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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 11 December 1903

NEW DEPARTURE IN READING. THE MORGAN COUNTY MAGAZINE Will be issued by t.li! management of the Mor gan County Democrat, and will appear between the Kiicst and Tknth of each montli. The Magazine will bo non politiftil, and will contain at least BO pages of choice homo reading. All departments will be up to date and at par with the standard Magazines, wltli interesting local feat urns illustrated each montli, hucIi us por traits of prominent citizens, county scenes, etc.. We will endeavor to place a sample copy in every household, and wish the rending public to appreciate our effort to give them something worthy of their support. Tim juice will he SI. 00 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 10 CENTS. Ma'iiz'n.o and Democrat combined, $l.7si per year, Subscribe at once. MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT, VEH3AILI.E3, MO. td ii wi i niw ii mim ii i ii . gJ-. J' w Mrs. L,iuroL S. Webb, Vl'-'rxf')r( lVf.iimn'n IlenMi oriilin :iiIm il ."irllirn Ohio. "I drta'itJ tin thins o( lilt vhlih wis fail .ruc(il.it!. I noti...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 11 December 1903

Straighten Up Ths rn-ln muculr suti-wrti of biy wc-lte-i in J let to un4r Backache er I-uT.bif). To tsr-i, slrer.c1hn r.J str.ltr.ten up, ch St. Jacobs Oil i Price 25c. and 30c. TTTTTTTTWTTTTTTTTTTVTT It Cures CoM, Cough. Hore Throat, Cronp, Inlln. tn.j, Wlioopln-; ilronclillis ami A-thms. A c-rtnln '.urn fur Ooliiitiiiiptlon In Una el"".''!, and i, aunt relief In U'lvnticeil -tunes. Un nt our--. Yii'i will w the eitelleiit i fleet after tnkliii; the flr-t f.oic .Void hy dca'cri everywhere, .nrgo Lottlea Its cei.t" und 6'J lentil. IS ANNUA L MESSAGE President Roosevelt's Communica tion to National Law Makers. SUBJECTS OF IMPORTANCE Control of llir Trual n I'rnilill of rliiux li I nil a Tlie 1-Hliiiilnn (.'ii-ial anil I'll nn inn Itrvolullon Tlie Mrr rliitiil .Mnrlnr Our Insulnr I'oaiea- liins rorrlttli llelntloiia. VMM Drm TM tVeather y ! no hindrRivA lo ihn ' M tirlrr wrmtrntri SAWYER'S EXCEL8IOR BRAND POMMEL SLICKERS Uwi or s-vMlo c un nut net wet. CXCELGIOn BRUNO OIUD CLOTHING To...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 11 December 1903

PLAN OF A HOGHOUSE. Amanmr lo liuiiilry Mnilc Uy n 1'nrmrr fur l'i-n fur .SI i llnita mid I'liurtt-eu 1'Ik. In making out UiIh plan the foci inusl be considered that the pigs will not lout; remain pigs, but will soon become liogs, that will rtilre hogn' fcedltiK room. Every hoj-lioiito properly const rnctcd should have u sleeping and a feeding apartment. If red In the Fume room In which they sleep, It Is a difficult mntlrr to keep the bed dry and cl an. Six grown hogs will iid comfortable lying Kpace oti J2!f- 5"XV I A.or 1 -L - 1 rA3 S'x 9' til' si u I V I - CltOUNU I'l.AN KOU IIOU llUL'HK. a lloor upani seven fcM E(tinrc; but for a feeding lloor they Hhotild have rather more room, bay, a lloor space eight feet Miuare. It Is a dllllcnlt matter to plan out a mtluf'ictory bughouse for some one else, when the surroundings are not known or his plan or manner of growing hogs. Kvery pen In a hoghouse should have an outdoor yard connected with It, for bugs cannot long be kept In dose conf...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 11 December 1903

GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. Itttllroad'HtisliiexN Lively. The We'Ils-Fiirgu Kxpross Company him opened an ofllce at the Rock Island station anil In already doing business A through stock train has been sched uled to leave Versailles for St. louis Sundays and Wednesdays at 12:30 p. ni.. to be run through on fast time. Track-laving will bo pttshud west of this v'ty l"t owlnff to brlilyo work at several places, It will be two or tunc months before, trallic will be opened be yond Versullles. Messrs. Hudd and Hudson came in from llullu Tuesday morning. Mr. Hudd in roadmaster on the Rock Island and was looking up the chances for water, for the construction crew, west of Ver sailles. To accomodate stockmen who wished to ship stock over the Rock Island, the Company last week erected temporary stock p-ns out of laiiroad ties which will serve the purpose until substantial pons can be built near the depot, The Rock Island will erect a fine brick depot building and warehouse in Versailles which will be...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 18 December 1903

Aorgao County Deroocrat CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fourth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Dec. 18, 1903. No. 51. r M i CHRISTMAS A Joy the year round, if you buy your HOLIDAY GIFTS Prom mo. Comfort mid pleasure will follow the purchases made, as in my lino you will iind just those things that are GOOD TO HAVE IN A HOME. I have what you want. Come in and see mo. J. W. KIRK, Versailles, LOCAL NEWS. jj M. SPIDEL'S, eadi(uartcrs forOystcis, Celery, Cran berries, etc. Christinas one week from lodat. Call fur Hardy's Prize linking Pow der Men's Iluhher Hoots and Shoes at the FAMULS" Hibus! Jllblcs! Hitmen! At Tiik (jI.oiii: Ditro Stokk. I)r (!. M (iiiiin i.s confined li his .mine nn Williamson street with an at tack f pneumonia. Jf ,nu want a -.-ood A. No. t Over- m Mr ftceaM for winter you can flail one to lit 'Jiyow at tile !' moijh " l oh ii W. .Mai tin came nn from Tus- cnnbiii anil staved over Sunday with f.ioinefolks in Vcrsailh'...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 18 December 1903

THE DEMOCRAT. I'nlilUliPil l'.vorr I'rliiur JInroln. TILLMAN l'KIC'i;, l'roprletori. VERSAILLES. 11ISS0UBL 1903 DECEMBER 1903 in. XOX. TUB. WED. j THCR. Ml. SIT. .... T7T j 2 3 4 5 6""T8 TTo Ti"T2 13 "u 75 76 77 78 79 20 27 22 23 "24 25 26 27; 28 29 30 377777 .:.".i77777777,7777l THE WEEK S NEWS Hajtijeniiifrs of tlio Past Seven Days in JJiief. UOl.'XI) AI50UT THE WORLU Casualties ami Fires. Personal and Po litical Notes Buines Failures and i;eniiiplions, Weather Kccon!. ' LVrKIililO'KXCH FROM ALU PAKTS comjhuss :.v Missiiu, Uctrla l ('iiiihIiIit Iti-e liroe Ity fin Culm mill llllirr A On In. iv nator Hoar (Mass.) Introduced a -million in tho United State's senate on the Utli calliiifi for Information ( over ng every phase connected with the founding of the now republle'of I'anama. Senators Teller and Morgan spoke against Cnhan ri-clprreliy. In the house hills were introduced for the upbuildlns of 'he navy; to create a commission to cotibldt r legislation for the development Df the ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 18 December 1903

THE DEMOCRAT. Published Krnrr Friday Morning. TILLMAN ft 1'ltICK, Proprietor. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI. The Revenge of Reggie $ $ By EDITH M. BX.ANCHARD It'opjrlKl.t, HOJ, b)f Unlljf Kturj 1Mb. Co.) EVKUYIIODY did not thlnl; Kva Brad ford handsome, but most people did, and oven her worst enemy was forced to admit that she was good looking. Sho was a brilliant, dark beauty, so aristo cratic In every movement that she re minded ono of "the princess" In child hood's fairy tales. When she dnnced, her tiny feet glided with bucIi lightness and grace that they hardly seemed to touch the lloor, and happy was the man who kept time with them. She was well ac quainted with her good points, and bpeut most of her time and thought In bring ing them out. Her fortune consisted of herself! And Ehe considered It adequate. It would tiavo been, if she could have refrained from talking. When she began to speak, much of her charm departed; her con versation proved her shallow, and her laugh was discordant. I...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 18 December 1903

Tbe Democrat. I'uhllnlirtl livery Frlilur Morning. TILLMAN 8c PRICE, Proprietors. Wnnda Floor.. I'lmnn No. I3B. Subscription J year, In advance 31 00 " ll 1UO.S " " fill Knlnrcil In Post, OUicu at Versailles Missouri as second class mall matter For Governor, 1901, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. Justice! looks very unjust to us sometimes. The Iniiox ollico iit Marshall vas considerably damaged by lire, one night hist week. If everything should go our way in this world, the chances are we would change our way. The decision in the Mutler case in which the old warrior was re leased, causes the Hutlor tribe of Indians to give a whoop. Last week the Monroe City Denocrat came out as a li'-page Christmas number, which had a healthy appearance and showed the hustling qualities of the pub lishers. Lee's Summit City council has decided that in the future all sidewalks in that city must be either granitoid, hard brick, con crete or flagstone. A very sen sible conclusion. If...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 18 December 1903

NEW DEPARTURE IN READING. THE MORGAN COUNTY MAGAZINE Will bo issued by the inantigemont f tho Mor gan County Democrat, and will appear between the First and Tenth of each month. Tho Magazine will bo non-political, and will contain at least 80 pages of choice homo reading. All departments will be up to date and at par with the standard Magazines, with interesting local features illustrated each month, such as jx)r traits of prominent citizens, county scenes, etc. We will endeavor to place a sample copy in t every household, and wish the reading public to appreciate ourell'ortto give thorn something worthy of their support. The price will bo $1.00 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 10 CENTS. Magazine and Democrat combined, 1.75 per year. Subscribe at once. MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT. VERSAILLES, MO. 25O.0OO Cold, Homeless Starv ing. In Macedonia during the past few months one hundred and tif ty villages have been pillaged and burnt, some sixty thousand per sons have been killed, countless women have ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 18 December 1903

fl Sometime tlnpprna, "Of course," says the shoe dealer, "lion re time whrri it U f.cccinjiy to strctel the truth .1 trille." "Yc, sir," niiwotcd the head cili'Momi "and nftrn a fellow has to stietch a lie." "I don't hoc how?" "Will, when ii woman with n No. f) foot declare th.it a No, .'I shnen just he rs be inn nka you to put it on the (hoe Ml etcher ovci right 'just to make Ihehislcp a hlllehighrt. TLat' one of the times'." S, Y. Time. .Irnliiim, I'rolmlilr. "Vri; lie ptopoed," Miss Pass-ay cor. limied, hlmhirig, "and when papa came into the room lie found me in .Mr. Hugging' tni." ".Ah, now I fee," exclaimed Mns Spoil!! "I wondeicd what yom father imant tudaj wlifn I hcaid him ttlling my father thnl ill. Ihigitins had nn old head on yol.sg lioiihicri,"-Stray titoriea. ITlia. TIVI93IIU) UUIIUIU, lit I.), curedof kidney troublcbyLydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Of nil the dibcasoN known with which the female organism isnfllioteel, kidney disease is the inost fatal. In fact, u...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 18 December 1903

SOME POPULAR PEANUTS. For MkIiI Soil the i:nrlx Snulak Vrlrr- la (.'iiiinlili-ml nil l.x I'cllfiil I'orauc 1'lntit, Tlie cut Hliowti rcupcctlvcly the htnall eat and largest "goobers" that have reached our notice, says the Htiral New Yorker. The small variety Ih Known aa the Karly pan lull, and Ih coiiHldnrcd an Excellent foraga plant for light soIIb In .not seasons. The tops arc cut and cured for hny before frost, and aro claimed I to be as nutritious as clover. The pea nut Ib a IcKumo like clover, and growH best when the root.i are studded with tubercles, but the demand for plant food to develop the numerous larne oily seeds Ib so ureal that It cannot well be used as a toll Improver. The Spanish variety ' IIS fl PEANUTS LITTLE AND 11IO. pets an immense crop of Utile, thtn Kliellcd nuts of uMx'llcnt flavor. They are too small for noiiera!" commercial uses, hut meet a demand In the manu facture of fancy confectionery. They make an excellent lattenlrif; food for hogs, which may bo pas...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 18 December 1903

GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. ! Tk ItniinttiM CI ltfflnfllf. Tim Ashland. Orctron. Tiiiinoh of December .1 contaiim the details' of u luncheon given on Tuesday afternoon December, by Mis Lulu limit at the They Got Ducking Last Friday nl(fht n crowd of young folks from this city mailt up n skating jlome 10r parents, Hon. mill Mrs. K. party una went to aukimoii s ponu it, .... ,,H i,, Ashland .at which unum uortlicast of town to while away a few ....,. .i.,. oceiv ueonle of that city houra fit the merry hport. J ney not Weru tiref-ent. only had a good time, but it was inter- iw future of the event in wlilch the fcpersod with wore or less hair-breadth p(.0j,u f thlm city will bu Interested experience before the curinin ien on WM j)0 announcement of the forth thu final hccne. The Ice wan treacher- ,.0mlng marriage of the hostess, Miss ouh, but that did not deter the young- rH lo Mr. James .InmUon McNnlr, stern from cutting capero wlilch Intro- a. former Versailles boy whose boyhood duced special ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 25 December 1903

Aorgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fourth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Dec. 25, 1903. No. 52. merry Christmas A Joy tho year round, J HOLIDAY Prom mo. Comfort, and pleasure will follow tho purchases made, us in my lino you will lind just those things Unit ure GOOD TO HAVE IN A HOME. I liiivo what you want. Como in and see me. J. W. KIRK, FURS'ZlTtND Versailles, Missouri. w . LOCAL NEWS. ' iau lor naiuy s i n.u jKimug i u,v- dor Men's Rubber Hoots and Shoes at thu "KAMOI'S." Mrs. .Julius Kcotting presented her husband with a line eleven pound boy on tin: ISlh Inst. Como, look at our fine line of 1.1.. 1 1 .....I Wi. f',ui.u f.ni.1 W A' 111! U.I111 II illlUI ... ... s' Biersadi. Attorney A. It. Knlpineyor dopaited ' last biaturdiiy for Higginsvllle, where he wllll Hpend the holidays with his larlnts. Nllhsos Willlu Holes and Gorda Long i. . . ...... 1 J. I. urr ivi-i iioimu iuninai.uriiu.yiruui om.-hi-' in u rVil...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 25 December 1903

teMiaaariiirtii( uAMjll-fc-KiifiwiiiiiiiPlijttt THE DEMOCRAT rubllnlifxl Kvnrr Frlilar Mnrnln. TILLMAN ft l'KIOi:, I'roprlctori. VEttSAIIXEa. MISSOURI. TOPICS OF THE DAY. I'll 1 1' to Look I'pon. All tlin big countries tin well as th little ones are recognizing Panama liico she fell heir to $10,000,000. Nt re HUM UN 1,1 ff. In Sim Domingo they go to sleep tin tier one administration, awaken under another and have to hurry home It they heat the third to breakfast. ,f-itl II In Tlielr lliinlumx. Castro's government In Venezuela has bought 12,000,000 rounds of a mum nltlon. The main business of govern' went In Venezuela Is shooting. .No DWInlli- riiniM fur the future. The Texas convict who was sen fenced to 1,000 years In the penitentiary has formed no definite plans yet as to what lie shall do when his term e;; plres. A WiirKlii fur Ki-ohoiii)-. Secretary Shaw figures out that Un cle Sam will need $f;2l,r,G2,l 1G.07 next jear. Iiy a little .stern economy that seven cents might he flip...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 25 December 1903

FRANCES STOREY'S HAPPIEST CHRISTMAS C By HILDA RICHMOND "1'upa says 0110 of you girls must accept Aunt Caroline's Invitation for the holidays," said Mrs. Storey, with a troubled look on her motherly face. I am sorry to havo you go to that dead-alive llttlo village, but you know papa seldom says 'must,' so we will havo to inako the best of It. Now -which will It bo?" "It's simply Impossible for me to go, mamma," said Margaret, whirling lightly around on the piano stool, I've practiced for weeks un this Christ mas mu3le nnd the entertainment cuu.u not Ko on w iioni my v- I-ranees or Kato will havo to sacrifice this time, and It's only fair, for they havo not so much on their tnlnda ao r I have." "Why, Margaret, my tlmo Is as pre clous ns yours," said Kato, looking up from tho now dross alio was finishing, "and besides I am going to sing at tho party next week." "I might go If someone would finish dro3slng those dolls for tho trco down at tho mission. Poor Aunt Carrlo must bo lonosono ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 25 December 1903

f , - IimwU- Tbe Dernocr&t. - I'nlilUlmd Kvrry FrWay Morning. TILLMAN 8r PRICB, Proprietor.. Wnmla llll..3l riixir.. Thorn- N.l3tt. Subscription ) your, In advance 31 00 Kntered In I'ost, Oillee lit Versailles Missouri as second class mull matter For Governor, 1001, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. A merry Christmiis to all, is tliu wish of tlio Dumonrat. With the next issue the Demo crat will be in its fifth year. State politics will warm up pretty lively after the holidays. "Boss" Hawes looks like any other private citizen now, since lie is not in control of the police department of St. Louis Tho Spcc!in Contrasted. Joseph W. Folk spoke to large audiences at Warrcnsburg and Indopondouco last Saturday, af ternoon and night. Harry 13. llawes spoke at Poplar Bluffs. Their speeches have a noticea bio contrast. Mr. Folk declared against corruption, against the corruptive elements who are at present dominating state alfairs, and advocating the overthrow of the boo...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 25 December 1903

NEW DEPARTURE IN READING. THE MORGAN COUNTY MAGAZINE Will bo issued by the management of tho Mor gan County Democrat, and will appear between the Fiust and Tkntfi of each month. Tho Magazino will be non-political, and will contain at least 80 pages of choice homo reading. All departments will bo up to date and at par with the standard Magazines, with interesting local features illustrated each month, such as por traits of prominent citizens, county scenes, etc. Wo will endeavor to place a sample copy in every household, and wish the reading public to appreciate our effort to give them something , worthy of their support. The price will ho $1.00 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 10 CENTS. Magazine and Democrat combined, $1.75 per year. Subscribe at once. MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT, VERSAILLES, MO. B1 MSS. CECELIA STOWE, Orator, Kntro Noun Olub. 17G Warren Avnnuo, Chicago, li.r... Oct. 22, 1902. For nearly four vnars 1 Buffered from ovarian troublea. Tliu clou tor insisted on an ojitralioii as tho o...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 25 December 1903

X0rr&UtMri - ,1f niin irfiti-YiirMiiti fun riiirinrin Ininiiii iiiiimM liil ' ' ' MERCILESS PARENT SLAYS HIS FAMILY Shoots His Wife, His Three Children and Then Himself. CHILDREN STRUGGLE FOR LIFE Wife Wat Klllnl Wlilli" Mlc-mlnif Clilliln-n KH-iikkIciI Willi I'lircnt Wlllioiil ,all t'rlMir Hue to I)'xmiihImh'-. Cleveland, O., Dee. 21. Uoacoo V. Ourliy, a imiclilnlst uinl about !!" years Mil, exterminated bis family early Hiimlay by shooting his wife, his three clillilreii and then himself. The crime Is believed to havo been due to bis despondency over the Impoverished condition of the family purse and the near approach of Christinas. The crimes wore extraordinary In their thoronRhnes.1 and there was. evi dently, no mishap In their enactment. The wife wan hilled first while sleep ing at her husband's side in bed; Uv.) of the children were hilled as they ran hither and thither through the house In the darKne:is of the early mornlti',', endeavoring to escape their morcileHB I pate...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 25 December 1903

A Natural Mlalakc. BtrnnRcr Myl litit UiIh must be nn tinhciiltliy town. Nntlve Unhealthy? My friend, this in on of tliu healthiest 1ucch In tho United StatcH. "Hut look ill nil thudniff stores. Why, thcrc'n one of thi.'iti on every corner. The people must lmve to tnho u great dcnl of medieine, or those stores couldn't exist." "Oh, the drug stores nre what made you think this Ih (in unhealthy town, cli? Well, thnt just shows how n per ,on may he mlKtiikeu. This Ik a local option district." Chicaj-o Inciting Ncwb. Cntrlilntc Flnnihiitor. The tlainlugoes which (Ish In a lake rear Mount Aseotan, in the Andes, are easily caught hy the Indians. The hike is fed by a hot t.prinir, hut most of the fitirface is froeu every night. Accord ingly the Indians, knowing that if the birds fish in the colder places they will 'befroeu fast hy thejr legs, xlsit it every morning to seie them hefore the hot sun thaws the Ice. Chicago Inter Ocean. Vim Hi fill I'll I limn i In-r. It Mas a philosophic six-y...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 25 December 1903

J. .L'yf-i.r,.,,1i..rJT ,j,t jt . -V-!.,',,, Mitiiilr'n mill I V- HI''Wlt'jJB X'- v. uThe Nex Morning i m I I I m m m m m 6 a dose or RANDHOTHER SCHERHER'Si : HEALTH RESTORER Will relieve "that tired feeling that J won't conic off," and make you feci m liki; a new man. Clean the brain, (fives i"J, ,in Hjipotite and Htcadiufi -S tln. ni'rti'H. Trv It mill M!e. . the nerves. Try it and m:c. 5 "Ask the Drugstore Man." Prepared only" by tbo CURCK MtOICINE CO., UNCCTON, MO. Kor halu In Vcrhallles by MUNTZEL DRUG CO.. f VERSAILLES DRUG CO. 3 2 m Kor siile In (ilensted by .JOE M1LBURN. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. Cuui)):ll-IlarKtt. Last Sunday night at 10 o'clock a quiet weililliiL' was coiihuinuiated at Harriett in which William S. Campbell and .Miss Lucy Morton Ilnrt;ett were tin: contracting parties. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. K. M. Harnett, only the immediate families witnessing the ceremony, which was pronounced by Hitler K. II, Woods of the Ch...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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