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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 January 1904

10288 Aorgap County CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILx Fifth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Jan. 1, 1904. No. 1. A Happy New Year. A Joy the year round, if you buy your HOLIDAY GIFTS From mo. Comfort and pleasure will follow the purchnsus made, us in my line you will find just thoso' things thut ure GOOD TO HAVE IN A HOME. I have what you want. Come in and see mo. J. W. KIRK, PU"SKKND Versailles, Missouri. LOCAL NEWS. J Jail for Hardy's Prize Halting Pow- vltir , Men's Rubber Hoots ami Slices ut the "FAMOUS." It is the wish of the Democrat that all our friends may have a happy Now Year. It will ' a good plan to formulate New Year resolutions so that they can not be broken. A baud of Holiness cvnngcllstn have boon holding forth In this city during the past wc'k, ,1. G. Hriggs and wife departed on Thursday cf last wee'.c to upend Christ imiK with f lie lulu in Kansas City. The Epworth League of the M. K Church will bold an open meeting at the church .Sunday e...

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. — 1 January 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. PabtUhftd Krntr Vrldar Morntnr. TILLMAN MUCK. 1'ruprletof. VEUSAlIiKa I MISSOUJIL THE WEEK'S NEWS Happenings of the Past Seven Days in Brief. BOUND ABOUT THE WORLD Casualties and FircH, Personal and Po litical Notes, HuhIiichs FallnreH end KesuraptloiiH, Weather Record. INTELLIGENCE FROM ALL PARTS nciMHvric. Fire destroyed the Travelers' hotel at, Menominee, Mich., and James Dcatty perished In the Ibtmcg. liurglars blew open asafi In tho Tower IIIU (III.) hank and escaped with 5.00C In cash. James Gillespie Is charged by th Brand Jury at Rising Sun, Ind., with the murder of IiIk twin sister and three other members of the family are held as con spirators. The advisory board of the Amalga mated Steel Workers' union In Pitts burn announced that 33 lodges had voted to accept a wage reduction of 1C per cent. New gifts totaling' nearly $3,000,000 were announced by President Harper at the UnlverMty or Chicago convoca tion, $1,8.10,000 coming from John I). Rockefeller. Gov. ll...

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. — 1 January 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. Published Krery Friday Morning. TILLMAN l'ltlCK, Proprietor. VEHSAILLE3. MISSOURI FRILLS OF FASHION. IMF Sninll Item of llnery That At Hear lo I In' 1'piuliiln Henri. A capuchin hood Is scon on man? of tho newest evening wraps. ' Tiny gold buttons lend n bright touch to uftcrnoon gowns of velvet or cloth. Clusters of flowers fastening on rib bon bands, or lonir wreaths ami trails of blossoms appear frequently on chif fon and ttillo evening frocks. Tho vogue for tho shaded ostrich .feather Is on the decline. 'Velvet fruit decorates a number of tho latest creations in millinery. Jeweled fabrics nro much favored by Parisian designers for ovnlng gowns. Krlnge and gauglngs conspicuous on now models Imparl a quaint, old-fasli loned look. Hold spangles, braid nnd passemen terie contribute to the adornment of Bomo handsome evening gowns. Shlrrings over the hips nro the feature of the newest skirts. Among the new cravats Is a 1:not ol colored ribbon without any ends at all. Col...

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. — 1 January 1904

Tbe DetTQocrat. I'uulUliad Kvarjr KrliUr Moraine. TILLMAN PRICE, Proprietor!. Wiioiln Floor.. I'lionr No. 135. 81 00 50 Subscription I year, in advance " 0 inos " " Kntered in Pont Olllce ut Walllun Missouri :ih second clntm mall tnattci' For Governor, 1 00 1 , HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. To Our Patron. A change 1ms taken place in the proprietorship of the Mor gan County Dkmockat during tlie past week, which, while it effects the partnership hereto fore existing, will not necessar ily change the tenor of the paper or interfere with the plans al retuly outlined. Sam it. Price the junior mem ber of the firm of Tillman & l'rice, has sold his half interest in the Democrat to Dave D. Duff, who has been associated with "Our Keys' Magazine" at the Missouri Training School at Uoonvillo, as editor and Printing Instructor, for the past three years. Mr. Duff was formerly j a resident of Versailles, son of our fellow townsman, J. M. Dull,, having been born and raised...

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. — 1 January 1904

I Exchange Pickup 1 v3 NEW DEPARTURE IN READING. THE MORGAN COUNTY MAGAZINE Will bo issued by tho maimgoment of tho Mor gan County Domocrat, and will appear between tho Fikst and Tenth of each month. Tho Magazine will bo non-political, and will contain at least 80 pngos of choico homo reading. All departments will be up to dato and at par with the standard Mngitzlnes, 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 appreciates our effort to give them something worthy of their support. The price will bo $1.00 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 10 CENTS. Magazino and Democrat combined, $1.7fi per yoar. Subscribe at once. MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT. VERSAILLES, MO. MPS. CECEUA STOWE, Orator, Kntru Ifouti Club. 170 V nrrcn Avonuo, Chjcaoo, 111., Oct 22,1902. For nearly four vcara 1 Buffurcd from ovarian trotihlej. Tho doc tor instated on un oii...

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. — 1 January 1904

PREPARATIONS FOR DEPARTURE Colombian Legation at Washington Packing Up to Leave. AWAITING SECY HAY'S ANSWER Are Hi, Sun- of ll Ti-niir I'linl Tln.'X ,r- TnkliiK 'Him- l I In l'ire lneU nml (.i-Hliix lli inl) III VllllHMINI-. Washington, Dm AlthmiRli Sec retary Hay has tun y:L replied to ilia nolo of (Jf.'ti. lt;yi;K, preparations lire rapidly Koliif; on fur th doslm; of tlio Coloiiililan ligation horn ami this de parture of Coloinhla'H roprcKiintatlvcH for home. It In rloar Hint they Io not entertain iniicli hope of a natlnfa:tory rcHponw! Iiy this government. Already most of tlir; fetation flies have boon parked ami arratiKctnenlH completed for plarltm llirm In n forage here. On Itoyes lor several ilnys has de nied himself to rallers II Is said that while the reply of Mr. liny ha no; hrcn made. Hiilllclenl Information hiiii hern ohlallird by the Colomhlan repro M'lilatlveK in I he InlervlewH I hey have had with the ner-iotary to enable Ihem to forecast Its eonrln.slonti. The prep n...

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. — 1 January 1904

A tir-nll Hint. Ier'hnl a peculiar dream nbout Ton lard night," mid the Kirl on the other end of the tola, "And what did you dream! ar-ked th young mm in the cane. "That 1 taw oii in n jewelry More pric ing engagement rings,' thu bfusliintly li plied. Cincinnati Kmpiircr. fttieinlil HntP Known llcllrr. "That waa an unlucky thing for I'eck, the engine driver," raid the guard. '"1'hey gave ti i in one o' tliem new engine' jetterday, an' be named it after bin wife." "Why unlucky J" naked the plate driver. "Why, it. blew bun up this morning." Stray, atorica. Mr. Clr-iiver'n Cnac. Frcderika, la., Dec. 28. Mr. A. S. drover II now 74 yearn of age. I'or the lan HO yearj lie has rull'crctl a gieat dial of sicknem, and, although he ii a temperate man and ntvei vmmI spirits of any kind, hi kidneys had troubled lirtn very much. He Mild: "I was told I had Dialietcc, and my ymp toms cortesponded exactly to thos-c of a young man who died of Jb'abetcs in this neighborhood. My feet and limbs were bl...

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. — 1 January 1904

1 Hhe Next m 3 I Morning A DOSE OP RRANDMOTBER m u SCHERHER'S i HEALTH RESTORER Will relieve that tired fueling that JJ won't come olT, ami make you feel 4 ; like a new man Clears tlie brain, JJ gives yon an appetite and steadies J a the nerves. Try It anil sen, St "Ask (he Drugstore Man m S Prepared only by the 5 CURCR MCOICINC CO., BUNCCTOH, Mo, 9 It Kor hale In Versailles by MUKTZKIj DRUG CO. vpiiuA r r .T.tr nimri m i l or sale In ulcrisled by 1'or Hale In (ilcristed by JOE MILliUKN. 2 GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. A Number of WfuliliriK". Julius O. Strut, of Washington, Mo. and Miss Mary M. MtC'iiniiu were uni ted in marriage last Saturday at 2:30 p. in. at the home of the bride's parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Job MeCann, on Morth Monro.! .street. The. ceremony '.vns performed by Her, J. V. liusby of the M. K Church, the affair being quietly conduced in Mm presence of only a tew friends. The couple lef t the Mime afternoon for Washington, which will be their future home. The groom is interested...

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. — 8 January 1904

Aorgap County Deroocrat CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fifth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Jan. 8, 1904. No. 2. A Happy New Year. A .Joy the year round, if you buy your HOLIDAY GIFTS hYom mo. Comfort and pleasure; will follow the purchases made, as in my line you will lincl just those things that are GOOD TO HAVE IN A HOME. 1 have what you want. Come in and see me. J. W. KIRK, Versailles, Missouri. FURNITURE AND CARPETS. I LOCAL NEWS. Cajll for Hardy's Prize Halting Pow der Wen's Rubber Hoots and Shews at the FAMOUS."' Attorney John F. C J I lilts transacted legal busbies i at Harnett .Monday. Howard county boasts of a turkey iiwolgliing 10 pounds, valued at 85. Pass ('the turkey, please. Apcli'it .fuTii.t. ii i-tti.il liriiiin Miitui. Mlny from a visit of .several days with Ijfrlends in St. Louis. M ! . I I.' 1. ! 1 I - Ii i.iuiiHi aim r.sics snippet! unci: car (loads of cattle to tint St. Louis market V'ut the Itock Island last S...

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. — 8 January 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. I'ulilltliKl Dwry t'rliluy Mnriiliiic. II I, I, MAN A. 1)1 11', I'loprlrttirn, Vi:itrfAlLUJS. missouw, 1904 JANUARY 1004 TUI tint THU (i) C L tM Ml 4 1 1 18 25 3 I 8 6 '3 20 7 3 io '7 24 3 5 12 2 7 ,96 23 4'5 21 28 22 23 Hii))(jniiifr.s ol" tlie. Past Seven Days in JJrief. HOl'N!) AI50IJT TIIK WOULD (,'ii!illl('S anil Fires. IVr-onal and I'o iitieal Notes. Jlti-irnS KalliircH uml lle-diiniitioiw, Weatlier iteconl. LVJ'KLIiKJKNCH FROM ALL PARTS Dutir.sTif. I!' llie Identification of the unknown eie-ael the- number of unidentified Itei epiois theater vlcllm:i at the various luorrues in Chicago lias be-i-n reduced to 21 out of a total (jf fi82. New Year's lay was given over to Initial of the dead, mote than 100 fiincralK taking lilac c. There were S,!)"'! crimen throughout the couiitry resulting in ileatli by va iIoiik forms of violence in loo::, agairiHt 8,!s.'G In Wi. A railway company has been formed at Guthrie, Okla., to liu lid a line from Tort Nclison on Hudson Hay ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 January 1904

t II DM The Entire City of Chicago Com pletely Stunned By the. Enor mity of the Disaster. THOUSANDS ARE SEARCHING FOR FRIENDS UR RELATIVES. The Morgues the Scenes of Heart rending Spectacles as the Search Goes On. VIic 1'iilcil TlM'iili-r Cliiu'ly liiiiinlnl l- l.'iii'iliiii or I'lillci null .Nunc .11 limuil li I Willnnil I'crinlt A illulil ln cIIhm! leu U lu lie .tin ill'. KlHIUII lll'llll ''' 1 It J t !'- I"" I'm till lily I 'it I ii 1 1. i HUMiOi 111 1 most iiisthm.ti vi: i. uistohv. 1riiiiiuU Thi'iilcr IHmiikIi'I' I In' tt'uril or tin Klml lli'i'iii ilt'il. Clilc.t!;), .Ian. I.--'Die Irotiios the ater was vastly more destructive to iiu mun llfo llian any oilier playhouse ilr.- In tho hislory ol the world. The 11 ro next lo II. in point of lics lost oc curred December fi, 1 SiS, ii Conway';; Hrooklvu ihcal "i', ISrooklyn, N. V when- JUI ol the the Hani' . . The lay after while the play, audience perished In Christmas, In 1811, The llliedlng Nun," was being Klchmoiid pcrlornieil i...

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. — 8 January 1904

v Tbe Dcnr)ocr&t. I'i!,1ltiMl Kverjr I'rlilitr Morning. TILLMAN DUFF, Proprielori. WoihU lllilf..il Floor.. I'Ihuik .'. Lift. Subscription ) yeur, iti advance " f! inos " " SI 00 MJ i:nt:r-il In I'ost Olliec ut Versailles Misvurl :ih second class mall matter For flovernor, 1!)0, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. I'M will indeed deu busy year. A number of our exchanges come to us this week with an nouncements of candidates for county offices. Th" .subject lias not yet been bro:i'jlijl in Morgan county. The Kansas City World last I-Yiday contained an editorial headed "If Christ were to come." Well, if he were to i:oiih! to Kun sis City a large part of tin; pop ulation would take to tin; tall grass. Harry Haws, who is to an nounce his candidacy for gover jiorat St. Louis on tins Kith in stant, proposes to ride into the gubernatorial chair on his "hand some," judging from the beauties he is distributing over the state. If thoi gentlemen who claim that I'M Hutler is...

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. — 8 January 1904

NEW DEPARTURE IN READING. THE MORGAN COUNTY MAGAZINE Will hi! issued by the managomonkof the Mor gan County Demom at, ami will appear between th(! Kiust and Tknth of each inonUi. The Magazine will bo non-political, and will contain at least HO payes of choice home reading. All departments will bo up to date ami at pur with tin; standard Magazines, with interesting local features illustrated each month, such as por traits of prominent citizens, county scones, otc. Wis will endeavor to place a sample copy in every household, and wish the reading public to appreciate our effort to give them smoothing worthy of their support. Thu price will bo S1.00 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 10 CENTS. Magazine and Democrat combined, 1.7r per year. Subscribe at once. MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT, VERSAILLES, MO. 0 222 South. Pccria St., C'imjA(i,Iu..,Out. 7, 1902. Eiffht wontba nr," I vkij no ill that 1 van compelli 1 to liu cr nit down jn.sirly all tl.o timu. My rtouweh vai bo wr.'c ami iiptct that 1 could keep ...

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. — 8 January 1904

If ii SPECIAL MESSAGE L President Roosevelt Transmits His Views to Congress. TREATY SHC'D BE RATIFIED Mi a 'I'd ere U ii ei Coin il In I on I'n rl of Tdla imt friimi'Mt In lle-t oliiljoii I hiirue-a ( olninlilii ttllli lirccil 11 I ni e-re-al lle-nin ml Cnnali v -i . 't.rfton, J.n t -I'rtal'li rt JIoom- t iin clul UKfiiK' to roi.nri on the , t of tl.i I'.m iir .1 1 ar.nl iieuy treats li ,' nt the In..ima r'lid'lon (lie ln- ."adlng- up to It unl tlie urt ol ' I n'tctl fitiitr In It. I' n.fr to the pr'Viout Legation ku- 7il.it tilt Jirinl'l'nt to conciud" a ! .'. tilth Colombia for the ImlMltiK of t' it hI, ntiil If h'iit a reaaonahie lapse mi- it ai IodmI impowlb'.e to a' cure i.f'narv t'rrnorr from Colombia to i i ' i the NI'aiHuan rout' for trie 'ini'tlon of the cannl The later a '' it.ve, lio aa, la now imr.ei e-ttaary, t '.'tjtrol of the neeciar territory i itr lias ti'fii aecured Heferrlrii; ' rejection of the Iteaty with Co . rr i li that tuition, he fay. i ' . act mark"! th cl...

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. — 8 January 1904

WORK ALL NIGHT DIGGING GRAVES Chicago For the First Time In His tory Unable to Bury Its Dead. HEARSES DO DOUBLE DUTY Calendar for 1904 I limn w'i till) 111 IllHl Ci, o 5 .TANUAItY 26 W '27 1 8 V SKI vkiikuahy Tin- l.lol f Hi-nil liirrrnai'il to fiMH I'ihii-Ii-i-ii I'iuu-i-hIk of VIHInm i r I lie I'lrr Were In I'roit rr ul CI in- 'Mini'. CliIciiKo, Jan. 4. Sunday wilb a day ot .meruit; In Chicago, mid for tlio Ural lino In th hliitory of tho city nil jhso- !e who cW.mrcu to hury their dead torn iiiiiililn lo do w. This imiirecu ieiititl douiHiid for liuarueri mid eurrl. S-s would ltrno hrcu enough In I twill A task to tho very utmost tho ro joiirrcB of tho lindcrtultorH, hut l he aoavy hhow Unit hits fallen during the "ant two duj'H hiiH IncicamMl their dlf CruIIIch fiiormouHly. All of tho come teil"H In ChlciiK" "I" nilluH from Mi IjiihIiichh center und renldenco illHtrleln Mid Willi j;ood weatlmr and tho Btreots In imHKahlo e.ontlllloii, It Ik a niattol of bfiveral Iioui-h to rwirl...

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. — 8 January 1904

WORTHY HONE COMPANY. IThe Next m m m m m m Morning A DOSE OP Grandmother f HEALTH RESTORER m m m Will relieve "that tired feeling Hint J iu,im'i ixmi nlT." ntnl make von feel m like a new tiiiin, (."learn the brain, 9. IIHU ll,." it,...,. Kht"! j'un nil appetite and steadies jj J the nerves. Try it and see. "Ask the Drugstore Man l'rcparcd only by the CUMfKA MIDICINI CO., BUNCCTON, MO. si X Tor sale in Versailles by MUNTZKLi DRUG CO., VERSAILLES DRUG CO. 5 For sale in (llensied by JOE AflLUUHN. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. iMcNiiir-lritfK Nuptial. As was prciously annoiineed, the marriage of .lames Jamison MeNair, son of Mr. and Mrs. James MeNair of thiHeitv, and Miss Lulu Hriggs, the highly esteemed daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. IMward 1). Jiriggs, was consum mated in the First 1'iesbyterian Church in Ashland, Oregon, on New Yeans eve. 'J'he ceieiii'iny was performed by the minister of that church in the presence of a large gathering of friend-, of the contracting parties, after which an ap pro...

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. — 15 January 1904

Aorgao County Dernocrat CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fifth Year. Versailles, MoM Friday Morning, Jan. 15. 1904. No. 3. to to m to to to to m m m to m to m to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to PRICES CUT IN T CHILDREN'S SHOES. Children's Shoos, from 1 to 18 i, worth $1 .00, go for 50c Children's Rubbers 1 to 2, worth 40c, 10c MEN'S BOOTS. Men's Moots, f0 pairs worth to 2, go for tsl.OO 1 Lot of Boys' Boots 12&1S5, worth 41.50 go for J0c. Men's Heavy Wintor Suits, worth 410.00 go for $5.00. Boys' Two-Piece Suits, from 4 to 14 yours, hulf price, 41-50. Lot of Boys' Knit and Fleece-lined Oversirts, 00c All Men's Underwear at Cost. Shirts and Drawers from 20c to 40c. 200 yards of very fine Black Silk at Cost. 2000 yards Domestic, worth 04c, will go for 5c. to to to to to One Lot of Ribbons, worth 20c, go for 10c. All heavy-weight Dress Goods go at Cost. Calico Reman ts from 1 to 10yds, worth Oc, go for 4J and 5c. Wo ...

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. — 15 January 1904

0 THE DEMOCRAT. I'uUMiril V.rxy IflMKy Moriilni;. TII.I.MAN' III I I', l'Minrli-liiM. VttUSAILLLU MISoOflM. THE WEES NEWS llaiipeniiiirs of Hie Past Seven Days in JMuf. KOl'NI) ABOUT TUB WOULD (.'n-uiiillloH mid Kin", Personal imkI Po 111 kill .Notes, Ilttsiiicss Failures iiml KeMiinptiojiH, Weather Iteconl. LNTKLIiHiKXCB FHOM ALL PAUT& c'u.uiii:i it skusio. MtIii Iti Oum liter Kri'lprni'll y fur Culm iwil either Alfnlrs. Alleged irregularities In tin; post oflitc department constituted the only tli'tni' )ti the I'liltcd States senate on ilie tali. In ili; house Mr. Warner (111 ) Iri'rndii'fd a hill providing lor a Judl Ial coilo for i hi. I'nlteil StateH. iir naior Morgan oempled the time In th' I'nlted Slates filiate on I lie 7th and erlin if "0 the president and the altitude of Uiih government In eotincrijoti with the Panama republic The houee wait In session only 12 minutes. In ilii' senate on the Mh .Senator Hum (Vn offered a Joint icsoluilon provi'ling for an Investigation...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 January 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. I'lilillnlieil Kvrry I'rlilwr Mnrnliie, Tl I.I.MAN Si mil'V, I'rnprletiir. VKtlSAlLLliS. : MISSOURI. HORSE VS. AUTO. Dick nncl hli girl's Jur.t left uu; that's llii'in, nigh nut or sight. I wl-h him luck, fur It's (tutcly a royal pirkln' nli;hl. From our ifulv to tho courthuilRo In U mill', exact A two-hour drive, wi' riill It, when rouJs inn good anil paeki il, Hut that unto 1 1;; rniitiiiiiUiiii ut lil scoots up ami ilown, Ami hn suy.i It iMitH tin distance In halt 'Iwlxt hem ami town! Well, moblm II docs; l.ut seems llli! hu'i goln' 111 things wiong -On a night liter- this li" ought to contrive a I twice, u long! 'TIs pint of thi' : i k however, it n ago of iuh anil inn, Vtn-n unless you're fairly Jumplti' you i ii n't In' liavln' fnn, When u cnuplo must take llnlr llilln' at Kill I op speed or iiiniv, With a choo' rh'vi! I'hnii! behind llirm, (mil nolhln' at all before, In a (Ik (hat can't ho UUHtcd to mind a ci imki d ronil. Anil light in t h- midst of matters U l...

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. — 15 January 1904

Tbe Derpocrat. rohlUhcd Kvsrjr rririar Morning. TILLMAN r DUFF, Proprietor!. WonilK Klonr..rhon No. 1HB. Subscription I year, In advance r, raos " " si od so Entered In Post Ofllce nt Versailles. Missouri us second class mail matter For Governor, 1904, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. Wo don't see that the Reed boom is "blooming" with a rush von with the pushing the Kan sas City World is giving it. Kratz, the boodler, is in St. Louis. Now will the news warb lers who have been saying that l-'olknovcr would succeed in land ing hiui, be good. If Roosevelt and Walbridgebe come the presidential pair for the Itepublicun party, it can'tbesaid that they are running on their beauty. It is "sUiteirThat California prunes are supplanting the pro ducts of France and England. We always was of the opinion that those English and French dudes were full of prunes. A fashion item says that while the now instep skirt is popular it reveals the fact that the majority i f women are pige...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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