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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

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Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

SECTION TWO 1 p : I y Morgan County Republican. Central Missouri Farming, Mining) Real Estate, Railroad and Central News. Vol VIII. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Feb. 14, 1907. No. 7. C- KATE ELMORE. LEADING LADY 1 A Chapter From the Life of Jack came home (rom school to his fath er's tuuoral, and he never went back again, lie and his mother had to make a fight tor lite. The mother's friends did. a little for her. aud sho managed to get a little house of furniture together and tu let lodging to city clerks and so to make both cuds bread nnd cheese. Jack, thanks to tho tame peo ple peoplo who had known tho Smedleys In their "better days" was lucky enough to obtuln a situation In the ofTlcc of a stock broker. He was really only a superior er rand boy at first, but he was paid ten shillings a week, unil that was a wonderful help tu the widow In her struggles with the landlord and" the rate collector, not to men. tloii the baker and the butcher. Jack was u handsome boy nnd an amiab...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

P? Mnd" '" T. WCT P-Watchword.: Or,Uf. Kduttlfi . at Hut orcn now there w-ns no proof that these surmises were mrrcct, and Itoso .couldn't Icnvc tlin Matter where It was. "Mr. Yiirborough," she h.iIiI, "I am de termined Hint t will II ml thin nctor who call" himself WIImhi, ami. see tor myself It ho Ih tny husband. I can't rent now until I know the trulli, however torrlble that truth may he. ' Tom Yarborough went hark to Loudon; hp had hid business to ntlnid to, hut Horn went to tint hottl unit tayiil In the little town. She ik'terinlneil In Unci out from the company mid from Hie landlady of Mr.' Wilson's lodgings whit kind of man HiIh Mr. Wilson wax. Hhe went next day to Hie lodgings. The tandluily could till hei wry little. Might Hhe M'e the rooms? ('"'Mainly. They were poorly hit nlshi d, dull, uncomfortable-looking room mull pnrlors divided hy a lolillhg door 'I hey went what Ik known In the prole, ion Jim "theatrlral digging," ii nd they i tin aged their nccu punts nlmoM wick h...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

i a?id . How to Give It HISTORY says tlial St. Valentine was beheaded by Kmperor Claudius because tlic young peo ple were so fond of him. He had great power in making love affairs run smoothly and in straight ening out quarrels. When he was overcome with misfortune the young mourned him and met secretly each year to pay homage to his memory. On these occasions tney presented eacli other with little tokens which they called St. Valentine offer ings, and from this the custom of celebrating February nth has reached its present popularity. A clever entertainment for this day can be carricd out as fol lows: -Tiny pink tinted bristol board hearts are prepared by the hostess, four or five inches across x the widest part; upon these write suitable quotations, among which the following will be found appropriate: "f.ove always looks for love again ; If ever single, it is twain. And till it finds its counterpart It bears about an aching heart." "They liave o'erlooked me and di vided me; One ha...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

, Aogrsat tm4 Kmabif. Jw . i u nucawordi: Ornalic, Bdutatr, AciUtt W. C. T. If. ttrinrUU.. M.I IK Cupid blindfolded. Another form of inviting guests is to use Cupid post cards, then enclose in envelopes and send through the mail. Hearts in all designs, some bleeding with a dart's pierce, winged, hitched to Cupid's cap of roses with blue ribbons. The menu, printed on rose colored ribbon, makes a dainty souvenir of the feast. The lettering can be done at home by outlining with pencil, then going over with liquid aluminum. A dainty table decoration is made of a rose heart; the dart of yellow buds is placed on one end of the table. From this a linked chain of rosebuds and pink hearts, winding in and out of the pink and white china, ends at the extreme end of the table in a bow and ends of pink satin ribbon. Another dainty decorative conceit is to have a sil ver loving cup (a tin one will answer every purpose) filled with roses and buds. Around the base red heart boxes attached to pink a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

r WSK Dnty WwJw Willing Hands lira DESCRIPTION OF CROCHET STITCHES Chain (ch.) : A scries of stitches (sts.) or loopfs, each drawn with tbo book through loop preceding. Sllpistltch (si. st.) : Drop tho stitcb on tho hook ; tako up the one It Is desired to Join, kind draw the dropped stitch through. ThU As. used as a fastener, or Joining stitcb, where close work Is wanted. ft'.'nglc crochet (a. c.) : Having a stttcb on (the needle, put hook through work, tako up the thread and draw It through the work nflid tho stitcb on the needle at the same Imo. This is uomctimcs called "cloBo-ctinlu stitch." Double crochet Id. c.) : Having n stitch on the needle (as will be understood In fol lowing dennmons), put nook tnrougn tbo work, draw the thread through, take up stitch, and draw It through the two stitches on tbo needle. Treble crochet (t. c) : Thread over nee dle as It to make a stitcb, hook through work, thread over and draw through, mak ing three stitches on the needle; thread over, draw...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

SPRING WORK WITH CHICKENS E. C. Walnrlgbt, Illinois', ALL, AROUND THE FARM WRONG WAY TO PLOW CORN HOW have you been plowing your corn? Throwing the ilirt oway from the roots at the last plowing? Better change your method and '.op cutting off the roots. A Maryland farmer says that plowing rorn, throwing the dirt wny from the roots In nothing short of plum murder. And be Is right. In Illinois, and In fact In all the corn state. It was tin- general practice twenty yearn ago to plow corn the lad tlmo very deep, thus cutting oil the rootn and crippling the plant, Mnny farmer still continue thin practice although It has long been abandoned by all good fanners. A good farmer In the South says he hns taken out corn 2f days after planting that wan M Inches high with room 30 Inches long. No Implement other than the Im proved quadruple cultivator or weceler wok used on this ground from the time the com was put In until It wax laid by. A cultivator of this kind not only destroys wei-ds, but cee...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

11 i V lit r OF KENTUCKY J JOHN HARRIS . Jg f (1J Ul OHN liAiuua, County, I , Kentucky, as a boy was noted lor his " ' cowardice, and oh a man not only feiyred bis fellow men, but would go mWes out of his wnjr to avoid women. Yet there' came a tlmo In Kentucky, as nvcu bh omer pans 01 me soum, wncn tno 'true courago of all men was severely teKted. uunng me i-resincnuai election of 1800 men In Kentucky voted viva voir, nnd of course, every ono expected that John Harris would take to the woodn, as he wan known 10 do a ran Abolitionist and the only Lin coln man In the whole county. As John was n quiet, Inoftcnslvn man and a great reader, and never seemed to have the courage to resent, many InxultH wero heaped upon him when his nntl slavery statements were known. The memorable election day of 1800 was at hand ; excitement was very great and feeling ran high. The voter had to approach the flec tion table nnd call out the name either Douglas, IJrcckcnrldgc, Ucll or Lincoln for whom he des...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

Vambr. w C T U Watchwordi: Ora;aa(te, Kduratf , I II .... Atitltf W. C. T. t.t.ript.l..T.l-4i ... I II. i i "i"-"!-' SSff aawaaaBji i w . a Mark Stiles' Secret lly Maiiy Klsiun PltlMi'H. ffthiw n vcrl- 1 "Illy want tl I III t I'll ltrnvlili' I : i j i any hiiiiium WiHlld -poll till! do rurli'il Ills I. ONI2 colli winters ewiiiug two men were talking iiirmMiy In n private room belonging to crtaln restau unit JiiKt off Soho. It was nut a tcry t" putable place, tint that was precisely the pason wliy Ferdi nand Hurley chose It. Its owner was not a man of great reputation, nor almvc lending IiIh aid In a transaction IIihI ninny honest men would have tumid tin 1 r backs upon. "Now, you hate only to do )our part," observed Ferdinand llurliy, who possessed a long, tliln face, uk cyis, ami a general (lilrilricfH of maiitiir. "I believe 1 hate thought of everything. Hut, for goodness' sake, knp Clara out of thf u,nv. sillh'H Ariv uttiif'-s uolllil mill tin: whole tlilriK. And my iotiln Julian...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

Btautlfy Your Homi The Belter Talis Yon Today How Easily Yoa Can Win a Prize to Decorate Your Home msfsSsfasflK fjj---- r I 1 Did yon ever via a prize a real beantt lol, artistic, valuable prize, omethiog of which you felt proud If yoa have, 1 can point out a war for juu iu win anoiner. 11 you nave not, i can show .'yon bow yon can win a magnificent one oy tne slightest ellort. Forthis great prize offer does not cost you ono cent Y ou want a pretty home, don't youf 60 tf you will follow me through this short s.frtlcle and then read the irreat nrlze offer on thin page, you will discover how very, very easy It Is to secure something that will give your homo an nrtlstto tone, something that will beautify It and make your friends envy you. You will say to yourself: "My. I wish I had had this offer long ago-" Dinner Set For a Prize Look at the plcturo of tho magnificent mono gram dinner set on this page. 100,000 of the prize sets ore going to bodlstribut il free, and everyone of our raid...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

I Can Gure Cancer At Home Without Pain, Platter or Operation and I Tell You How, Free. I hare tflaoorered a new and eeemlnftly unfailing treatment for ID relief and ear of the dead My earner. 1 hare mad omi moat aetonleh loT earre. 1 bellertt everr pereoo with caneer eheald koofr of title tnarrttlotu 1 medlcliieaAdlte won d erf a I rare, and J will be) 1ad Co give l rallttitonaatl'm free to all who write me and tell ma about ttielr oaae. Peter Keagan. Otleatmrf, III., had eanear of the mouth and throat Doctor aid, 'no hope. Mr. Kean wrote t "II 1 only a question of a abort time I mujt die.' Te-day hU can cer it healed op and Ito le well. My mar vet on a radlatised tj JtIA 1 a,-. have re.en Cueir Cii M othr-r Jart euch cure Si" mL "I "f." to IU credit. It In neeier, ne n-me.-ur. weiie. ferine; p-ople ery 1ay and reatoiinK them to htallh end etrenglh. If yuii have cancer or any lump or ar that you believe Is rarwer write t"-day and It arn how ot ere bar a been t (Mir. I ii n Ink 1v mi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

A TO ?you 1 of t . 7 '! teii ' to eP, tte if p esifi ,idd IOC J Then she suddenly bethought herself of the pitcher of water, and, hoping that It might have some magic power, nho ran to i fetch It, and sprinkled a few drops over tha fierce swarm of rati. In a moment not a tall nor a whisker watt to bo seen. Each ono bad made for bis holo as fast as bis legs could carry him, so that tho Princess could safely take her pot of pinks. Bbc found tbem nearly dying for want of water, and bnstlly poured all that was left In the pitcher upon tbem. An sho bent over them, enjoying their delicious scent, a soft voice, that seemed to rustle among tho leaves, said. 'TLovcly Felicia, the day h&R come nt last whdn I have the happiness of telling you how even tho flowers love you and rejoice In frour beauty." ho Princess, quite overcome by tho stiiangeness of bearing a cabbngc, a hen, arid a pink speak, and by the terrlbto sight f an army 01 rats, suaacniy Dccanic very ale, and fainted away. At th...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

RHEUMATISM Cured Through the Feet New External Remedy Found Which Js Curing Thousands. A Postal Brings Anyone A $1 Pair Free to Try If you linyi! rliouiiiitt i.-tti, wn'lo today for u pair of Miifr,i Foot I Jmf ts to try Free. J liuy re turnip; many of the toughest old ciWics on record, and all tin' cantor fltaecs Mimic Foot DraftM ;nnt .f. Wesley Ben nett, Indianapolis, Ind., after '-'.I yeiim suf fering. Disease herelilary, his brother having died from rheumatism. Cured two years ago, no return of disease. Magic Foot Drafts cured Miss C. Tcna Segoine, Auburn, N.V., after 10 years suf fering and using crutches. Cured two years ago, no return shire. W. F. Jiogguss, U2G V. (ilht St., Chicago, trieil six different physicians and spent nx weeks in expensive sanitarium without avail. Cured by Mi'gic Foot Drafts. "Magic Foot Drafts cured inc entirely. It is a wonderful thing." lt-v..l.Holz,Chicago. tmpC w W'e have letters from thousands besides these who have been cured by Magic Foot Dra...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

I. Mr. Investor: IMPORTANT If you Jure delayed Investing in thU stock, you must act quickly if you want it at the present price. It will advance in price in a few days, at the allotment to be sold at 33$ c per share will soon be gone. DON'T LET THIS DC ANOTHER LOST OPPORTUNITY. READ THIS CAREFULLY. IT MAY BE JUST WHAT YOU WANT. REMEMBER THIS IS NO MINING OR OIL SCHEME. BUT A SAFE. CONSERVATIVE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY II m lieu viJl bUiAl Mammoth Kansas City Steel We are Already Assured nf More Orders Than We Can Possibly Pill Next Year. & Iron Foundries Our Crude Oil Rurner Solves Ihe Puel Problem for Steaming and Domestic Uses. The Only Steel and Malleable Iron Casting Plants in the Entire Southwest 3 shares fdr si.ool Will Control Great Southwest Trade I m per snare 60 per cent on your Investment No Stock Jobbing Mining Scheme. -A Sale, Conservative Manufacturing Enterprise, THE CRUDE OIL POWER COMPANY Strongly Endorsed by the Manu facturers and Merchants' Asso elation of Kansa...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

omb-um Moaar id wwomcj, mtj tna i .11 atattmcnti which appear In III column! V 1 THE CRUDE OIL POWER COMPANY. The 'oil Industry In 'Karma r nn Imp-orient one, one that In dpstlnf-d to ndd !urgrly to thr rer-wirces of the Hlnte, 'I lie ileireloiimpnt of tllC PA UH Jlflff Im'II litllTM'IIICllHl. hilt tlJ fUttlFC hiiccpm of tli 1m IndiiMtry iJeiH'tHl-t In reel on the utilization of the prmltHt. Hierefore, It It (.'ratifying nt thin time to mil attention to the page flntiouiitt'UH'itt In thin Ipmmp of the Crude Oil Power ('ompnti), of KatiNiia City We fumes II y Invite mir rcnIt-rH to carefully ihtuho what they have to Hay, ntnl imItJkp their hearty -oojHrntIoh. 'The Khiimii Kiirmer helleveH them to Ik nnfe utnl rcllaMe, ami they ilemTve c-oiiKrnf tita tloriK for their culi rprNc In fMahlUb Inn this inaiiimoth new ImlnMry nt Kantim City. The lilef prmiiottTN In tlili enterprise art; I. K. ItlihanlHon, h for thlrtytui yearn liai heen the cerretary hii'I trenniirer ( the Kannarf City HttK...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

inim.Ai.-MtfiROTTRT FARMTNfJMININfi REAL.ESTATE..RAIIjKOAD AND GENERAL NEWS., ucit in Plot ml by nvc old nrllcloR to conslgnorx before they arc polled, but on no account try to fell any thing that Ih not strictly fresh and first class, an by bo doing you destroy tho con fidence of tho patron ns to the quullty ot th goods. Kancy work and aprons of all kinds also find a ready sale. J For the woman who Ih home bound and yet likes to earn her own "pin money," there arc. qulto n number of ways which I havo found suiccH.sfut ns well an delightful. I have found '"iulltltiK" to bo a most profitable nay. From fifty cents to one dolliir nnd a halt Is wbut I charge per spool, the price depending on the pattern usedl. Threo spools uro required for a nly stitched quilt. 1 now havo orders fotr three rnillts. and I expert to take nulte anumbcr before tho winter Is over. Although my brother planted the on on ts upside down, nevertheless they grew, last spring several uirKeis were mndo selling fresh...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 February 1907

rnMM xn-UM etc day ia reoraary. V na .11 ,1.1. menta which aorxar In itt column.. I ... piwewoev, mo eu yaar u (ui. jii el. a-k.il iW. 560 Acres of Will You Join Mp in Ma It in r F. aw ail waBMai a Fortune? I As a conservative business f man, I tell you that we CAN do it right there in Cobalt. the richest silver mining district in the history of the world. Silver I IERE is your chance to make a big income for life by investing iV a 1 1 legitimate mining property. A safe, sound, honestly managed prop sition backed by men of the highest character and standing, who have r their own money into the purchase of 560 acres in the very heart of the' Cobalt region within gun shot of Nipissing, Temiskaming, La Rose, Foster and other famous mines that are making enormous fortunes for their owners. The land is of absolutely proved value. Construction and Development work is being pushed to the limit. OBALT The Cobalt Mutual Mines Company's Claims WHAT I SAW IK COBALT, When I Invite oti to Join m...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 February 1907

TO 'A organ County ican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. f. wJig-hth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Feby. 21, 1907. No. '8. Republ ADDITIONAL LOCAL H. A. Young was called to Ladora, Iowa, Monday, by a telegram an nouncing the serious illness of his father, who is 84 years old. Mrs. Ow:ns, living six miles west of town, aXter several years of intense suffering, nad a surgical operation per formed anout six weeks ago by Dr. Well, arid last week she was able to come to town, and has about entirely recovered her former Rood health. as. Allison has sold his farm of 130 3 miles from Florence, on Flat- , to C. G. Sanders, at $35.00 r acre. Mr. Allison has bought tne cphonc exchange atWavcrly, Lafa ttc Co., and will make that his fu ture home. He is a native of 'Morgan County, ahustling, enterprising you ng man and a good citizen, and we ra grct his leaving Morgan. C. B. Howard has sold the Utter property recently purchased to C. V. Dresie...

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. — 21 February 1907

pi I li Missouri Legislature LEGISLATIVE N0TE8. The p;tK; who took to tho clerk's desk In the liouse thu "lld-llftlng" pe tition was tinalilc to raise It to tho top of tho desk. There aro 07,000 signa tures to tho petition. It wan referred to tho committee on criminal jurispru dence. The nut! cl,r;irelto law passed In tho house met Its death in tho senate when the committee on criminal Juris prudence reported it hack to that body with a recommendation that It be not passed. Thu total number of bills introduced in thu house now reaches 859. One of these provides that all raldroad com panies should run at least one train each way dally over tho lines. An other was to prevent discrimination la thu ticllliiK price of oil In one section of thu state against another. There was one, Introduced by Representative Mulr, which provided that the sheriff of a county taliu into custody all per sons habitually using intoxicants to excess for examination by the county court, and if tho court find s...

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. — 21 February 1907

4 CULTURE PRUNING TOP-GRAFTING. How Poor Grade of Fruit Treet Can Be Greatly Improved. Upon tho Htylo of pruning In tho nursery row depends largely tho fu ture1 tjlmpe of- tho tree. Tho present tendency Is to head apples low and to open up tho center of tho trees as much as possible. Low heading brings tho fruit nearer tho ground, making It much tnoro convenient to spray ajid harvest, whllo tho open cen ter niimlts sunlight, which gives color tjo tho fruit and assists In con trolling diseases. To pruno for this shape, start tho head about two feet fron tho ground, allowing four or five brunches to grow, and pruno so as to IhrVjw them away from the center ra'Jhor than towurd it. by cutting out bst of tho shoots which lead toward Ufa center. Tho main feature of scry pruning is to select the right f to fl it ( Top Grafting. tranches. No two should be left to grow which are directly opposite. They make a weak top and are al ways liable to split down. A good rule says: "Leave tho branch ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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