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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 8 December 1910

1 THE POLITE CHICKEN. tat SOlS ARE OX3riESS stHHA THAT CeFhr" Ms cA:7H,yv you nnaw Mwr rf mr wec?Aty 16 YEARS OF SKIN DISEASE "For sixteen long years I have, been suffering with a bad caso of skin dis ease. While, a child thcro broko out a red soro on the legs just In back of ray knees. It waxed from bad to worse, and at last I saw I had a bad skin disease. I tried many widely known doctors In different cities but to no satisfactory result. Tho plague, both ered me nioro In warm weather than In winter nnd being' on my leg Joints It made It Impossible for mo to wall:, and I was forced to stay Indoors In the warmest weather. My hopes of recov ery were by this time spent. Sleepless nights and restless days mado llfo an unbearable burden. At last I was advised to try tho Cutlcura remedies fCutlcura Soap, Ointment nnd Pills and I did not need nioro than a trial to convlnco mo that I was on the road of success this tlmo. I bought two sots of tho Cutlcura Remedies nnd after theso wcro gone...

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. — 8 December 1910

The Republican (Successor IoTiik Dkmockat.) V. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Kntfrcd in tlic Post Office at Versailles Missouri sis sci mid class mnil inaHer, Subscription l'tice, fl.OO a Year 'Fhono No. 135 Advertising Rntcs. Display mlvrrtisiiiK. by the tnr. to averaite fjur inclii" or mute. 8'jc. per inch each Iwuf. Profi-oion.il cnnl. one iucii, W cents per month, two Inches. T cents per month. I.ocolx five lin. ot over jcenmper Hue for first insertion; J'4c. prr line f .r eneli .utWciieiit Insertion. In blnck tpe l' cents per line for first insertion. 5 cents per line for each 8Ub.se fluent lneilioii. .ck.i1 mlcrtis!n: nt IcriI rates. Special ratenon paKeadvtrlisenunt.s. The Charm olthe Home. It is not the house, though that may have its charms : nor the fields carefully tilled, and streaked with your own footpaths; nor the trees though their shadow be to you like that of a great rock in a weary land nor yet is it the fireside, with its sweet blaze play ; nor the pictures, which tell...

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. — 8 December 1910

Handkerchiefs anil . For Xmas Silk Waists see Jso. V. Knoop. Miss Lillie Hunter visited .datives For Xmas Felt Slippers see Jxo. V. Knoop. Furniture of all kinds repaired and satisfaction given. KlDWF.Lt. .v TALllOTr. Furniture Store. 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 II. Thompson, delisted, Mo. ' Annual Bazar. V. - . . i lie oman s .mssiuuary ouuiciy of the Ihptist Church will give their Annual Uazar and Dinner at the Odd Fellow Hall, Thursday, December .'loth, 1910. V u are invited. Shores-Williams. Rube M. Shores and Delia Wil liams, both of Versailles, were mar ried at the home of A. R. Foster, Sunday, Dec. 4th, 1910. A. R. Fos . ter, pastor of the Baptist church, of- For Xmas Scarfs see Jxo. W. Kxoor Carl Noycs left Tuesday for Sedalia at Marvin Saturday and Sunday. to seek employment. Candies, Oranges, Nuts, (EL, for Christ mas, cheap prices to teachers. Glensted Gleanings. A f...

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. — 8 December 1910

"VVinnsome Crochc Demands the Death of Her Father's Murderer." " vtwWml of emmnm a jam? oiwm curwood SYNOPSIS. I'll in nf tV nlonp Ty ' II' mi I'.' .iv i r I-I.iihI, IIic Motn on.-- Olin.li.ili I I'll III ll' (X ).'.l-l mi nlnuinl miIi-iiiii I'. SIiIim N- I I IK I "'I" 'I -ll- .ipi :i l i l.ii (.1 III. . s . Hit- Is), in, I l.lns K'l "P In .Mm .- , '4.s i 1 1. II I i-.'tl I In l.l'l l ll till' I.I' Itlll'H llfll' frr.nl. 1,1m. .mil Iiihk ilns for il,i, iiliinp Id' iih In ili'Wvr ,i . . . ii m. I, mi nf I'm i'n i.-ihin I ., of ii yiniiu im l ,i. il.irKin m, I ' ill i lnis thnt li, 11. ll'.lliil Sl't- Ii I till- llHlt- ri i, i slum mil tin mull II of II,', lll.iei, -., vnili wit" N.i I I-. w.iin.il iiiuiHii. i.ini i.tritiil.tiiil I I'li'i', Mi'i" If IIh I Im I,' Hit- Mliiliiiini I,,,, I . N.it I. i li l,.l.;. I I' i ,'int, Im (III' 1 lilti-il K i I S" . II M'.'lll III l I I.-1 mi', mi Nut' . I- n II nl Hi I Im-. nf lii i - I f .1 ll, , i i ll-lIV In vh I I'll... ill, n.: .il II li i ....

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 8 December 1910

$3.50 RECIPE CURES I WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAIN ING, SWELLING, ETC. Stops Pain In the Bladdrr, Kidney and Back. Wouldn't It 1)0 nice ultliin a wcelc or so to beRln to say Roodbyo forever to tlio caldlng, dribbling, straining, or too fre quent passago of urine; tlio forehead and tlio back-of-thc-licad aches; tho stitches nd pains In ho back; tlio firowlns mus cle weakness; snots beforu tho eyes; yel low skin; slugslsli bowels; swollen eye lids or ankles; Ior tramps; unnatural hprt breath; sleeplessness und tho de spondency? I have a reclpo for these troubles that you can depend on, and if you want to malto a QUICK nnCOVHUY, you ought to wrlto nnd get a copy of it. Many a doctor would charse you 93.50 Just for writing this proscription, but I havo It und will be BlJd to send It to you entire ly free. Just drop inn a lino llko this: Vr. A. E. Itobinson, Luck HulldlnR, Detroit, Mich., nnd I will send it by re turn mall In a plain envelope. ...

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. — 8 December 1910

.-..r-wA. W. C. T. U. Column. Tluottgli th courtesy of the RnrcnLiCAN this Biiaee U reserved for the W. C. T. II. It l edlte.l 1iv In lepreeiiUtlvei whoiire re)onlble (or . i i i Sll KlalcluclllS wmcn Eflnr i" - W C T U Wutchwnrilsi Oiumil'Ci JWiicaU Agitate. W C T U I'rinclpleii Total Alnilnei.ee, prniilliltlon of the Htiuor truffle: One Miimlatil ol moral" for men nml women: Home protection: llqunl MifTraRC, an.l the teaching of Scientific Temperance In the purine cnoois. School Days. Country Hokoolmasters hnvn pecu liar experience unlike their city coukIiih. A rurnl pedagogue relutes tb.it one day be received from e small boy ft Blip of paper which was sup poned to contain nn excuse for ths nonattendance of the small hoy'n big brother. Ho examined the paper, anil lound therr-on the word, "Ccputomlo Kotaturing." I'tterly mm bio to de cipher the puzzle, he nppe.iled to the ouiall boy, who explained thnt It meant that his brother hnd been "kept at hotrr to go tatm-lng" tbut Is, lo d...

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. — 15 December 1910

Morgan County Republican CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Eleventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, December 15, 1910 Nd. 51. IPOTDTD3IT jDouLole PricBWreckinaSalB Just In Time have decided to put on this YY C great and most powerful DoublePrice Wrecking Sale in 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 $i.OO.. Don't stop! Come right on and see the big crowds that wil...

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. — 15 December 1910

MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher, VERSAILLES MISSOURI. NEWS OF THE WEEK Host Important Happening? of the Past Seven Days. Jnteivating Items Gathered from ail Parts of the World Condensed Into Small Space for the ben efit ot Our Reader"). Motional Capital. "Willi tin' adoption of rosoliitlone clearly outlining Its attitude on the Improvrmciit of waterways, and the re-election of Representative Joseph K. Hamsdell of l.oiilsl:ma, as presl dent, and (.'apt. L. E. Ellison as secretary-treasurer, the National Rivers und Harbors congress ended In com Ijloto harmony. Tho report of the secretary of agrl cultnru shows that the farms of the United Statrs produced in 1010 prod' ucts valued at 5S,!)(!,000,nO0 which the report asserts is more thnn any coun ty In the world's history ever pro duced in one year before. An unusually low December condi tion of fall-sown wheat, M'.." compared with !Ci.s a year ago, ,s.". two years ogo and M ::, the lti-ycar Hecember average, was report...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 December 1910

THE RESUR RECTION Suday School Lcuon for Dec. 18, 1910 Specially Arrange! for This Paper LESSON TEXT-Slatthsw 28. Mem Dry verses, C. 6. GOLDEN TEXT-"Lo, I nm with yon alway, even unto tin end of the world." -Matt. 28:20. Jesus was In the ffrave three flayo, from Friday, April 7, to Sunday, April 9, A. D. 10. The Resurrection wna early Sunday mornlns, and was from a tomb In a sar flen near Calvary. The homo of tho dlsclplea durlna the forty days was In Jerusalem. Tho appearances of Jesus wcro In the vicinity of Jerusalem, and In (lalUee, Tho Ascension was from Mount Olivet. It 19 hard to conceive of a greater disappointment, or a deeper mental and spiritual gloom than the Egyptian midnight darkness, without a star of hope, which closed about tho disciples when Jesus their Lord was dead upon tho cross, and every precaution was taken to make certain that he was really, Irrevocably dead. Tho enemies of Jesus guarded against every possibility of mistake as to tho reality of his death. Th...

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. — 15 December 1910

The Republican, (Successor to Thk Dkmocrat.) W. VV. K1NL0CH, Proprietor. Entered in the Post Office at Versatile Missouri hi second class mail matter, Subscription l'rice, $1.00 a Year Phon No. 103. Advertising Rates. Display advi'itUIng, by the year, to average four Inches or mote, 8J4c. per men each liwr Professional cards, one Inch, 50 cenU per month: two Inches, "j centa per month. Locals five lines, or over, 5 cents per line for first Insertion; :Xc. per line for each subsequent insertion. In black type 10 centa per line for first Insertion, Scents per line for each ubif quent Insertion, .rial advertising nt legal rate. Special rates on page advertisements. The Delinquent Subscriber. In the last issue of "The Four teenth District," which has been pub lishcrl at Thayer for some months, Editor George Miley gives notice of the suspension of the paper on ac count of lack of support. The only way for a country paper to exist is for the publisher to do practically all the work himsel...

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. — 15 December 1910

m m m ,m t LOCAL NEWS. For Xmas Felt Slippers see Jno. W. Knoop. JJThc snow which fell last Sunday I week ago is partly with us yet, ap parently waiting for reinforcements. Furniture of all kinds repaired tnd satisfaction given. rj 1 KIDWELL 1 ALDOTT. Furniture Krnre. Circuit court is in session this week. ot' s usual for Morgan county. 1 there fts nothing before it of much im- I """fJCC. larness dipped for 50 cents fjure Neatsfoot oil, and now is the time to oil your harness. All kinds I of horse liniments for sale. Sam B. Thompson, Glensted, Mo. Ora Anderson and wife, who went New Castle Calif., last fall, have jsitions that pay them $75.00 per lonth, nice room and board, and tiey like the country fine. A Wedding. Y BenjaminL. Gash and Mary E. Uitke, both of Palmyra, were mar- lied at the home of A. R. Foster, 5ro. Foster officiating. They will oon be at home on their farm near I Palmyra. They are a bright and promising young couple. At Tho Baptist Church. Une addition to the chur...

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. — 15 December 1910

1-J- CMMHTM fit JANE? OIMR CIJRWOOD copyRioMT 1900 fey popta.TfRWit.i. ctwwwy SYNOPSIS. Cnpt. Nntlianlel Plum of the sloop Ty phoon, In ri Js secretly on Heaver Island, Mrongholil of tlio Mormons. OtmcHnh l'rlee. Mormon councilor, confronts him, telle him ho Is expected, and bargains for fnti ammunition aboard tho sloop. He binds Nat by n solemn oath to deliver a fackngu to Franklin Pierce, president of bu I'nlteil States. Near Price's cabin Nat sees the frightened face of a young woman who disappears In the darkness, leaving on odor of lilacs. It develops that Nut's visit to the Island Is to demand set tlement of tho king, HtranR, for the loot ing of his sloop by Mormons. Price shows Nat tho king's palace, and through a window h sees tho lady of tho lllncs, who Prlco says Is the king's seventh wife. Calling at the king's olllco Nat Is warned by a young woman that bis llfo Is In dan ger. Strang professes Indignation when no hears Nat's grlevanco and promises to punish the guilty. Na...

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. — 15 December 1910

MISSOURI STATE CAPITAL ITEMS NOTES THAT ARE OF INTEREST TO MISSOURIAN3. Brief Mention of Matters as They Occur at Jefferson City, Official and Otherwise. Jefferson CltV. In his mnnlhlir rr. 'Port filed With tho Eovernnr Stntn iTroasiirer .Limps Pmvirin sli 'tCOndltlnrt nf tlin trnnenr-v no fnllnn'oi r v, . . ...... t- no iiiiunsi f420C.77; receipts during tho month of isovenibcr, $381,791.37; disbursements uunng .November, $17S,74G.9U; bai aace on hand, November 30, S1.713, 311.41. This general balance Is held and deposited as follows: Cash In tho treasurer's vaults, $i:i,9Si5.3l; In I2x change hank of Jefferson City, $93, C02.93; First National bank of Jeffer son City, $9I,53S.S2; National Hank of Commerce, Kansas City, $97,S33.31; tierman American bank of St. I.ouls, 174,29C.S2, and lhe Mississippi Valley Trust company of St. I.ouls, S1.239, 161.02 The deposits of the state arc secured by bonds aggregating $3,003,000. The balance In tho revenue fund, October 31, was $349,313.00, a...

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. — 15 December 1910

the PMiouopher and the Man ufacturer. Balancing An Aooount. "By working my. factory twelve hours daily, and not closing down on Sundays," said a manufacturer "I get my money for 3 per cent." "That may be true etlough, so far Us you are concerned," replied the philosopher, "but every time you Write down the name of a new wom an, than or child on your pay roll, you draw a check on the tund of so cial energy, and some day, cither in your time or in the time of your chil dren, socictv must square that ac count." Dedication 'as snowed out and under Monday Gov. Dockery and J. W. Wilker r.on, the Grand Secretnry, made it as far as Lebanon, but the snow storm, which begun Sunday evening and continued until after dark Monday night, was too fierce for them. Sev eral of the boys however met at the hall Monday night and listened to an excellent entertaining and instruct ive address by Henry Krahl ol I.inn Creek. The Grand Officers will be here a little later to dedicate the Hall, and we make 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. — 22 December 1910

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Eleventh tear; Versailles Mo., Thursday Morning, December 22, 1910 No. 52. cSoj 9 J? Scattered Items. T.i M. Hunter last Veek sold a car Vf lAQO bushels 61 wheat, Also Cas erThomasrtn sold One ut 1265 busricls. Botii delivered On board csf at Versailles, price 00c. flr. Kelly has been to see Mrs. VWicent 2 or 3 times recently. She s becu quite ick There will be Xm.is trees at Prairie Pale and SunnysidC schools. Their te.achers arc very progressive and be lieve in being up-to-date in all things. ASt week ohn Schaonep had four sows to bring him 40 pigs. One brought 15 and there were only 12 V. dinner plates for the family. Last week Mrs. Watts ol Enid re ceived a telegram telling her the sad news of the death of her brother of Iowa. Sheattended the funeral. Joe Williams and others of the fcast end sold mules last week. The mule market of late has been a little dragging as has been the c...

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. — 22 December 1910

MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W. V. KINLOCH, Publisher, VEUSAILLE3 M13SOUIU. NEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important Happenings of tbo Past SeveD Days. Interesting Items Gathered from all Parts of the World Condensed Into Small Space for the Ben efit of Our Readere. National Capital. Uy a voto of two to one a sub-corn-mltteo of t ho senate coiuinlttco on Jiiillclnry authorized a favorable re port on a rcsolutlou for a constitu tional amendment to provide for tho election of United States senators by direct vote of tho people. A call has been Issued for a caucus of the Democratic members of tho next. Iioufo to be held on tho lloor ot the house January 10, to take up such matters as the caucus may choose. Tho secret report sent to tho houso of representatives by Secretary of War Dickinson and refused because of Its confidential nature deals with tho Japanese occupation of Formosa which t ho report says dominates tho military situation In tho Philippines. rinal estimates of the principal crops of 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. — 22 December 1910

THE CENSUS OF CANADA ITS GROWTH IN TEN YEARS PAST. A census of tho Dominion ot Canada will bo made iluriiut 1911. It will show thnt durlnc tho n.ist i.(;iiln n remnrkablo development hii3 taker. place, ami, when compared with the Imputation, a greater percentage of in urease In Industries of all kinds than Sas ever been shown by any country. Commerce, mining, agriculture and railways have inado n steady march pnward. Tho population will bo con siderably over 8,000,000. Thousands ot miles of rnllway lines have been construction sinco tlin Inst iwisih ivnq taken ten years ago. This construc tion wa3 mado uocessnry by the open .lug up of tho new agricultural dis tricts In Western Canada, In which there have been pouring year altr year nn Increasing number of settlers, until tho present yenr will witness settlement of over 300,000, or a trille loss than one-third of tho Immigration to tho United Stntcs during tho same period with Its 02,000,000 of popula tion. Even with these hundreds o...

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. — 22 December 1910

The Republican, (Successor to Thk Dkmocrat.) W. W. K1NL0CH, Proprietor. Entered in the Post Office at Versailles, Missouri nfl second class mail matter, Subscription Trice $1.00 a Year, Phon No. 103. Advertising Rates. Display advertising, by the year, to average four Indie or more, 8y$c. per Inch each tssuir. Professional card, one inch, 50 cents per month: two Inchea. 7s centa per month. I.ocala five lines, or over, j cents per line for first I met 1 1011 ; 2Hc. per line f.ir each wibwquent insertion. In black type 10 centa per line for first insertion, 5 centa per line fer each suhse quetit Insertion. .egal advertising at legal rates. Special rates on page advertlseruenU. Election Of Officers. Ha Ha Tonka Tribe, No. 114, 1. O, R. M., at their meeting Wednes day night, Dec. 14th, elected the following officers for the ensuing year: V. A. Dromgold, Sachem; J. A. Em erson, Senior Sagamore: U. G. Win- gctt, Junior Sagamore ; W. O. Gor ham, Prophet; C. V. N. Hudson, Chief of Records; ...

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. — 22 December 1910

I i LOCAL NEWS. Did namre inr cnlf nt this office- - - ), cents per 100. Better begin paacticmg writing J911, it will soon be here. Miss Roma Wray is home from a t . t uoiumma lor inc tiouaays. Robert Beale, of Kemper Military Schpol, Boonville, is home for Christ in a si furniture of all kinds repaired niV satisfaction given. 1 KlDWELL A TALBOT-!". Furniture Store. The Baptist S. S. will have a Christmas tree and splendid program Christmas Eve, with Santa Claus one f'the leading characters. Harness dipped for 50 cents W. J. Tipton, of Barnett, while transacting business in the city Tues day, called and set his subscription ahead a year. He belongs to the helpful brigade wish we had more of the same sort. We would call the attention of our readers to the ads of the Buckbee Seed Co. of Rockford, III. We have used their seeds for the past three years, ana touna tnem reuauie. Give them a trial. Mr. Wm. Forman, a prominent at torney and ranch owner of Tonopah Nev., a fottner citizen and...

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. — 22 December 1910

"Don't Give Up Hope C01ME of CAPTAIN PLUM fit JANEJ OLIVER CURWOOD COPVBIOHT 190a Qay BOBB3-mWltt COMPANV SYNOPSIS. Cupt. Xnthnnlol Plum of ttio sloop Ty phoon, lands secretly on lli-uvur Isliiml, stronghold of till) Mormonx. OhaiJInh I'llce. Mormon councilor, confronts him. tells til ii 1 ho Is expected, nnd bargains for tlie ammunition uhonrd the. sloop. Ho binds Nut by u solemn oath to deliver n paeldise to Krutikllu l'lerce, president of the United Stud s. Near Price's cubln Nnt sees tho frliihtened face of a yottnii woman who disappears In the darkness, leaving an odor of lilacs. It de velops that Nat's visit to the Island Is to demand set tlement of tho kliiB, Strang, for the loot Ins of his sloop by Mormons, l'rlco shows Nat tho Ulnu's palace, and through a window ho sees tho lady of tho lilacs, who Price says Is the king's seventh wife. Calling at the king's olllco N.it is warned by a young woman that his life Is In ilnn- f;er. Htrang professes Indignation when 10 hears Nat'...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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