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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 April 1911

PHYSICAL WRECK RESTORED TO HEALTH BY GREAT KID NEY REMEDY I feel it my duty to furnish you with my testimonial as to what your remedy, Kwamp-Root, did for me when I was a physical wreck from kidney and bladder trouble. Borne jears ago I 3 sot able to do work and could only just creep around and am satisfied that had it not been for I)r. Kilmer s Swamp-Hoot I would not have lived. After using tho preparation for one month I was able to work some nnd when I had used $8.00 worth of ewamp-Root I could do a good day a work, 1 used about $10.00 worth altogether and would not take $10,000 for tho good that it did me. I consider it a Uod-scnd to suffer ing humanity for the disease for which you recommend it, and havo recommended it to many sufferers. n. L. HUGGINS, Welch. Ark. Personally appeared before mo this 20th of September, 1000, II. L. Huggins, who subscribed the above statement and mads oath that the samo is true in substance nnd in fact. W. A. PAGE, J. P. I'tttrto Tr. Kll.fr Co. Bt...

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. — 13 April 1911

VV. C. T. U. Column. ' hm'i3'i tin courtesy of llic Rri-I'iimcan till ,cru etveil for the W. C. T. V, It U edited . 'ts .ejreeiitaHvcs wlionre responsible for ii. .talemciiW which Inpenr In-lts eblitfiiiw. .V' C T U Watchwords: OreanUe. lMucnte As Mtt W CT V Principles: Total Alwllnence. - ..ilhitmn nf the ll(uor traffic: One Mnmlnrtl of i.'.alsf'it men and women: Home protection: - 'Ml mUrage. and the tendilng-icf Scientific T.riiicriiiice la the piddle ncliool.i. rite W. C. T. t;. fwltt meet with Mrs ir,-Cluiialiitn next 'WMncstlay April 19th P.. '. following program will be rendered: .lOtifti h the union. :votio!wl cxprcti.es by Mrs. McClana 'un, Uoll call business to be by n scripture rir-e. I'apcr. Subject: Our Union, by Mrs. .ve, Remarks on the subject, Mrs. Hardy, .! -.s Hunk, Mrs. Lewis. Music, Mrs. Noyes. .-.elect reading, Mrs. Fredericks, business, if any. ' uiou Hetiediction iu concert, isitors cordially invited. A Call For -Patriots. 'tie day we called oti one of dttr ci...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 April 1911

Morgan County Republi can. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. TWELFTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, April 20, 1911. No. 16. For he's a Country Editor The World Moves Fast and vthe World Moves Slow, bnt Whichever Way It Moves, It Bumps Against the Person of Ink and Hard Work, Locals and Time Copy Why It Is. The other day in the National Ho tel in Topeka J. H. Junkin, editor of t'ie Sterling Bulletin and regent of the Kansas State Normal School was slovyly pacing the diagonal length of the lobby of the hotel "as one who treads alone a banquet hall deserted." Whereupon this deponent overhauled Mr. Junkin and said, "Well it's a funny business isn't it?" Which re mark set off Mr. Junkin as follows and to wit : "It is indeed a funny business ; there's no odier in the world like it. Lawyers, doctors, merchants, me chanics, and unskilled laborers all have their holes, but there is no place for the editor to lay his head. When he is in troubl...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 April 1911

MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W W KINLOCH, Publisher, VERSAILLES MISSOURI. SEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. Interesting Items Gathered from alt Parts of the World Condensed Into Small Space for the Ben efit of Our Readers. National Capital. A national arbitration tribunal clmrgcil with the duty of settling con troversies between employer and em ployes as to wages, hours of labor and other mntteis, is created In a bill In lioiliiffcl by Representative Foss or Illinois. Indemnity for the lives of Ameri cans killed and wounded at Douglas, Ail.., by Hie bulletts of the Mexican fopos lighting ncross tlio river nt Agua l'neta, will bo demnnded by tiie rnltcd States government, accord ing to the view of the state depart ment. The Canadian reciprocity bill ha3 been formally lnld before the house. Ned ('nine, the automobile speeder, Anothci pence project for Mexico failed when Frcdorlro Moye and Dr. F. It. Scyferts returned in motors from Modern's camp near Chihu...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 April 1911

THE HAIR WILL SUFFER Unlets the Right Remedy Is Used. Eczema of the scnlp is one of tho most annoying forms of this wide spread disease. Tho suro euro for it is Reslnol ointment. A child whoso head was so encrusted that tho hair wtio almost obliterated vas practical ly cured in eight days. The scalp was washed with Iteslnoi soap and then Reslnol ointment was applied. Resl nol stops itching instantly. It cures eczema on any surfaco of tho body. Every form of eruptive tln disease yields to Reslnol ointment. It cures ringworm, barber's Itch, psoriasis, tetter, herpes, erythema, scald head and other Irritating and eruptive skin diseases. As a dressing for burns and scalds Reslnol is unequalled. A Reslnol soap shampoo will stop dan druff and used with Reslnol ointment always facilitates tho cure. Reslnol ointment Is put up In opal Jars In two sizes, fifty cents and a dollar. At all druggists. Reslnol Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md. For Little Misses JUST THE WAY. P8 She Whero has your papa ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 April 1911

v; The Republican, (Successor to Tiis Democrat.) ' W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in the Tost Office at Versailles, Missouri ns second class mail matter. Subscription Trice, $1.00 a Year. Phone No. 105. Advertising Rates Dliplayadvertrsina;, by the year, to average faur Inches or note. 8Jc. per inch each issue. Professional cards, one Inch, So centt per month; two indies, 7j cent per month. Locals fin. lines, or over, j centi per line for first Insertion; per line fur each subsequent Insertion, tn black type 10 cent per tine for first Insertion, 5 ceat per Hue for each wbae- quent insertion, (.egal adrertfslii at legal rate, special rates on page advertisements. Please notice the date after your name, it tells the date you are paid to, and if in arrears, please call and settle up, and a year in advance, tak ing advantage of our big rose offer or place the money where we can reach it we need it. To Our Friends. We would ask our friends who have orders of publication, trustee's sa...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 April 1911

V I. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Rice In New Odd Fellow Building Rooms Jb-oo Versailles, Mo. fronipt service and first-class work to an patrons, rnone ii. LOCAL NEWS. m ! iFurniture of all kinds repaired !d satisfaction given. ; KiDWEt.L k Taliiott. I furniture Store. I have now on hand new sewing achines I want you to see, and how vvy run. LKWIS LUMPF.E. ' Mrs. B. L. Rickard went to Ver- Lill- nr. i i... . . J lines neanesiuy 10 visu a icw nays fth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. T Kidwell. Tipton Times. L. L. Snoddy is still holding down his job at the Mo. Pac. depot, wait ing for the other fellow to put in an uppearance. D. C. Payne, a prominent attorney pf Fort Stockton, Tex., came in Tues- Iday for a sliQrt visit with his sister, IMrs. Clare Nelson, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Young were , called to Tipton Friday by the serious illness of Irwin, who is attending the Tipton High School. He was taken with the mumps, caught cold and was , threatened with typhoid, but is now in a f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 April 1911

1 $ SIM II BAffA& 5oDplox Dabies by MARIA THOMPSON DMESS IllvtsTranioiv-? h i COPYRIGHT J90S SYNOPSIS. Miss FeS'; n T.'ic, nplnster sruardlan ansel cf ltlvir 1 . T prvalrics over nn lm prntnl'tu '! t ursery for tho tmblen of tlio rii'lcl li fii"mi In tho rear of her irro ci'iy. Id i i i nines nro known n "Soup Vox nnliltn" Tho faot that sho Is xlnulo makes Iipi- an nhfect of nympnthy to the mother. i'ni .if her friends Is Ml Cyn thia Phko ! I'ichtnr of Widow Pace. Cynthia 1,t Mis Bellna nml Wrns that o!ii nan t-ik. n another "Sonp-Hoxer In .Man KiMit ii yniinff nrtlst who wishes to (Inlillit, i Ft idlo In her bnrn. niossom. Mies I. hi s :ii'nitod baby, nnd one Cyn thia Is iv fund of, shown nn evident prefiTi'ive f,,r Alan. When Cynthia leaven. Aim heard that her mother Is In danger .( li.-ln.? tho old homestead. A ni'nr nikui Man admires Cynthia. Se llna tells she caino to locnte In the place and nt iri tho haven for little ones. Hhe nuspi N that Cynthln Is responsible for Alan'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 April 1911

J STATE 0 CAPITAL ITEMS NOTES THAT ARE OF INTEREST TO MISSOURIANS. d.ief Mention of Matters as The) Occur at Jefferson City, Official and Other wise. Jefferson City. The supreme court Appointed the bi-partisan commission as follows: S. F. Brown of St. i Joseph and Reuben F. ltoy of Now London, Republicans; H. W. ttond of St. Louis and James F. Blair, assist ant attorney general, -Demociats. The appointment Is for four years or in til tho supreme court cloars up Its docket. The commissioners were named un der a law of the recent legislature to work on the congested docket of tho court and report the law and facts of different cases to the court. Tho de cisions of -tho commissioners must pass under the review of tho supremo court before they become binding and elTective. Eben Brown has been connected with the legal department of tho Hoclc Island Railroad company several years. Reuben Roy was the Republican nominee for congress in tho Ninth district against Champ Clark last No vember. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 April 1911

1 8 n W. C. T. U. Column. Th-nuRli tli coiirteny of tlie Ki:tvhmcam this Bince U rcrrved for the V. C. T. U. It It edited U iti representative wlio are reiF5inlMe 'or nil xt-tlrntciiti which appear in Iti column. WCT U Watchword: Organic, Hdiicatt KitAte. W C T V Principle: Total Abtlneiice, t'roliihillon of the liquor traffic: One standard of moral for men and women: Home jnntrloH pMl .hITiAk. 'And tlie teaching of Scientific Tcniiictr-Mcc In the puMIc schools. In t't:ih ninl Idalio as uiatly Mullen as litcn vote. The temperance reform lies nt the found 'tioti of all social and political re form." Cobden. fiiilcd States area, "dry" 2,l4ol"J wjsre miles: United States area "wet" sTii tlM) square tulles. A lk-1 book in the home that the boy can keep is worth ten that he has to re turn to the library. New York has a comity without a sa loon. This pioneer "dry" county of the "limpirf Statu" is Yates. The time has come for the temperance forces to move upon the big cities and then the h...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 27 April 1911

7 7" Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Twelfth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, April 27, 1911. No. 17. 0 What are the Boy Scouts? The Boy Scouts is an organization, the purpose of which is character building for boys between the ages of twelve and eighteen. It is an effort 'to get boys to appreciate the things about them, and to train them in self reliance, manhood and good citizen ship, k is Peare-Seouting that these boys engage in, living as much as possible out of doors; camping, hik ing and learning tic secret of the woods and fields. The movement is hot military, but the military virtues of discipline, obedience, neatness and order are scout vittucs. Endurance, Self-reliance, self-control and an effort to help someone else are scout ob jectives. Every activity that lends itself to these aims is good Scout-craft. The Okioin ok the Bov Scouts. The Boy Scout Movement in its present form was started in Engla...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 27 April 1911

I- MORGAN COUNTY REPUBLICAN W V KINI-OCH, Publisher, VERSAILLES MISSOURI NEWS OF THE WEEK Meet 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. National Capl'.at. A. resolution appropriating $10,000 for it moniimt'ti' in Washington to the ligners of tli'1 lieclaratlon of Indepen dence, has been introduced In the sen j le by .Senator tialllnger. Although the corporation tax for this year Is not ilue until June 1, pay ments are beginning to turn Into tho treasury. About SS.'.OOO was paid in .March. The eMimated total receipts for the year ate $'J.-.,000,000. Among scenes of greatest enthusi asm in crowded galleries and on tho Moor, the Canadian reciprocity tariff pact passed the house by the decisive vote of I'll I to v Ten of the opposing voles were east by the nemocrats and the other '. by Republicans. The developments regarding Mex ico's teply o President Taft's note have ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 27 April 1911

CENSUS OF MISSOUR DIRECTOR DURAND MAKES PUB LIC THE POPULATION FIGURES OF INCORPORATED PLACES. CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES Last Year's Figures Compared With Those for 1900 and 1890 The Popu lation of Counties Shown In Same Way. The following table Just made pull He by E. Dana Durand, director ot tUo thirteenth census, shows tbo popu lation ot all tho counties, cities, towns and villages In Missouri for 1890, 1900 and 1910. Tho population for tho entlro stato for 1910 is 3,'J3, 3H5; for J 500, It was 3,100,tJ3, and for 1S90 it was LG79,1SI. The gain in 1910 was G per cent and In 19U0 lti per cent. C1TV, TOWN, OH VIM-AUK. 1010 1000 1800 Adrain 020 G29 613 Advance G21 221 Agency I 420 3S0 Albany l.O.'i 2,023 1,331 Aldrlcli 225 1VJ Allendale 213 Allrnvllle 257 14S 173 Alma 310 IMS 170 Altaninnt 270 2i3 Altonblll'fc- 27U Z22 1S3 Alttin 4SI 4U' Amazonia 4jti 4i7 212 Amity. -. 173 .j... Auioiet 307 215 Amsterdam Hi: 142 Anderson 721 Annapolis lfii) 105 COO Annlston 301 155 Apuletou City ......

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 27 April 1911

The Republican, (.Successor to Tm: Dhmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprlotor. Kntrreri in tlie Post Office at Versailles Missouri ns second class mail matter. Subscription Price, $1.1)0 n Year. Phono No. Please notice the date after your name, it 'ells the date you are paid to, and if in arrears, please call and settle up, and a year in advance, tak ing advantage of our big rose offer, or place the money where we can reach it we need it. To Our Friends. We would ask our friends who have orders of publication, trustee's sales, administrator's notices, and other k-gal printing, to remember us, we i an do your work correctly and at tiir prices. Please remember and ilu.i't forget it. ' Wk notice that quite a number of .nir contemporaries are selling "Bud .veiser" as a side line to the news paper business. This puts thcrn in the same class as the saloon proprie tor ami bar tender, possibly congen ial company. Henry L. Windier has been ap pointed postmaster at Barnett, a well merited endorseme...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 27 April 1911

g LOCAL NEWS. r Furniture of all kinds repaired and satisfaction given. Kidwem. k Tauiott. Furniture Store. There are little chickens every where now, and the preachers are all feeling good ovtjr the flattering outlook. C. J. Colston is at home for a short visit. Dr. Kcllcy made a trip to Otter ville Sunday. Fred Drcsic made a business trip to Kansas City Monday. Uncle Henry Hinken was visiting in North Morgan several days of last week, returning Monday. J. H. H. Baker left Monday morn ing for Kansas City to attend the Grand Chapter Royal Arch Masons. Mrs. Miyor Harrison has entered the contest on early garden, with a fine dish of nice radishes for dinner Monday. Miss Ina Stockton, who attended the Stockton-Clifton weddinc here, neturned to Kellog, Iowa, Sunday, after a few days' pleasant visit. Carl Noyes left Friday morning for Carterville, where he has secured a position in nti orchestra. All he has to do is blow, and he can do that. The apple tree in the Mathews' yard on William...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 27 April 1911

MfflUlIE oidAe- Sdtpho Babies by MARIE THOMPSON DAVIESS TllvislWfioixjy Tw MnBrvva? G. ICttl?, CC3PYRTOHT I907 THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMMy 14 SYNOPSIS. Miss Sellna I.uc spinster trunrdlnn nnsel of Itlvcr HlufT. tr-.ii.leM over nn Im promptu day nursery for tho babies or the iiclRlilioitioiiil in tho roar of her Kro rcry, llrr rhames nif known ns "Soap Box linhlcs." Tim f.ut Hint Bho Is single makes lior nn otert of sympathy to tno mothers. Ono nf li.-r friends Is Miss Cyn thia IMrp, ilntmliler cf Widow PjB"; Cynthia lslts Miss Sollnii and learns that sho lins takrn another "Sonp-Boxor In Alan Kent, n youni; arllst who wishes to stnblls1i n studio In hr lnrn. Blossom. Miss hue's nihiitpil hahv. and ono Cyn thia Is very fond of. shows an evident prefereneo for Alan. When Cynthia leaves. Alan hears tl.nt her mother Is In danuer of loslim tin' old homestead. A near rukns. Alan ndmlres Cynthia. Pe llna tells how slm .-nine to lorntw In tho place and start the haven for llttlo ones. Bho suspe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 27 April 1911

IMPORTANT THAT PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GREAT 1 KIDNEY REMEDY The testimonial I am to give you cornel tmsolicited. 1 have been Buffering from lumbago for ten years nnd at times was unable to stand erect. A Mr. Dean of this city, saw me in my condition (bent over) nd inquired the cause. I told him that I had the lumbago. He replied, "If you get what I tell you to, j ou need riot have it." I taid I would take anything for ease. He mid, "You get two bottles of Dr. Kil mer's Swamp-Root and take It, and if it does not fix you O. K. I will pay for tha medicinemysclf." I did so and am a well man. For five months I have been as well as could be. Before I took your Swamp Hoot was in constant pain day and night. This may. look like advertising, but it seems to mo most important that the public should bo made familiar with this treatment as it is tho only one I know which is an absolute cure. I owe a great deal to Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and am anxious that others situated as I was thould kno...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 27 April 1911

W. t . T. U. Column. TIiioiirIi " ' the Kr.rum-ICAN tlili mince ltf'vl I .t W.C. T. U. Jt U edited by in teiitcseut.itn. wlioare responsible for till aMlemcut whk-h ppe.ii in imoiiuram. W C T U W.itchwutiN: Ortanlze, lMuote Aoii.,i u' f T I' Principle! Total Abstinence, IMi.liiWtiuti nf tlie lienor truffle; Due stamlnrtl of morals fur men unci women: Home protection: '. iiix-I 'iarae. an.ltlie teaclilim of ticleutlfic Temperance in tlie public cliooli. Union will meet Wednesday, May 3rd, villi Mrs. Ht-lie Moore, at 2:30 p. m Bring material for making comfort bags. Hi'.kb ts What Voti-.s Against Pko 1II11ITIO.V Ml'.AN. Less money for meat, clothing, fuel, food, pleasures for tlie family. A loner murul standard for nny corn inmiity. More drunkard. .More tuberculosis More munlers. More robberies. More divorces. More orphan'. More women over the wnh tub. More loafeis of the men in any com munity. More blighted lives. More homes broken up. Less money for the merchant in legiti mate line....

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 4 May 1911

Morgan County Republi can. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS, Twelfth Year. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, May 4, 1911. No. 18. r Origin 01 Freemasonry. Bv R. K. Nus. To determine the first appearance of Freemasonry as an organization, of course is as impossible as it would be to tell who struck Billy Patterson, or how old Ann was, or even to tell when the first church was established. We kow that, the ecclesia was in the Wilderness, and probably a long time before that, and under various names since. And while the under lying principles are unchangeable, the Society has taught various dogmas, and. many of them quite at a variance with each other. Therefore, we con clude with Dr. Miller: "Discrimin ate between fundamentals and acci dentals ; the former abiding perman ently, the latter appearing and disap pearing like foam on the ocean's crest." Ere the Morning Stars sang to gether and all the Sons of God shout ed for joy ; when darkness was...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 4 May 1911

MORGAN COUNTY REPUILIOAN V. W. KIN LOCH, Publlshor, VERSAILLES MISSOURI NEWS 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 Readerc. Natloiat CanUat. A complaint diroc'od against llio Atcliifoii. Topol-a & Hvifi Fe rail way, alleging 'li.it freigh'. r.Ues o? live slock .ind fait between Okla lionia t ' 1 1 an.' otl or points arc un reasonable ai'l discriminatory, has I i.'cti filed tho Intomato com merce coiniiiw '!.. Com-ul l.eiilier at ChlhuaJnia tele graphed the siate department that iihoiit IT, Aineih ans eaptured by tho lederals an- now confined in the Chi lmahiia Jail. On account of 111 health Senator Frye- of Maine tendered his resigna tion as pretldint pro tempore of tho senate. Danger to urnve, nccordlng to Dr. 11. V Wiley cliler chemist of the depantneni of agriculture, lurk In the ordinary headache remedy that he has detei mined to institute an Inve...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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