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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 February 1904

Aorg&o County Democrat CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fifth Year. Versailles, MoM Friday Morning, Feb. 6, 1904. No. 6. LOCAL NEWS. 2 City Bus Line, 'Phone 49, Call (or Hardy' Prise Baking Pow der Insure your property with Hubbard & Kavanaugh. Reliable Companies only. Mrs. Henry Jacobs visited with Mm. Chas bmoyer at Fortuna oue day last week. Porter Nelson of Akinsvllle, was transacting business In this city Wed nesday. E A. Williams, the South Side gro ceryinan, handleH a choice line of gro ceries and canned goods. A. N. Flddel of Rand, Iowa, arrived here Monday to become a resident of the county in the future. Popper's cut sale for ten days will cause some of bis goods to . MHss Laura Decker of Versailles, vis ited in this city last Saturday and Sun day. Clarksburg Review. I A fine lot of hogs was shipped from I this market to St. Louis over the Rock Island Wednesday afternoon. A first-class baker has been employed at the Miller H...

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. — 5 February 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. IMiblldiril I'.vrry I-'rldar Mornln. Tl I.I.MAN 1MJIT, I'ruprlrtiin. VKRSAILLES. MISSOURI. 1904 FEBRUARY 1004 6 20 I 2 ,96 3 10 7 4 1 1 18 7 12 4'5 26 27 21 28 22 29 2 3P4P5 'HI ft MMt 1 o III I nth 24ih VVliut Has Happened Tliroughcut the Civilized World. A WKEK'S NEWS CONDENSED A Complete Review of the HiipiK-iiinps of the I'iiHt Seven Duyo in Thin uml All Forcitrn LumIh. GIVEN IX TIIK VllKHH DISPATCHES (im;hi:ss at woiik. IInll rrorrfflliiK II" Sriinle and limine llrlrflr Told. The time of tho senate on the28th was devoted to debate dm the attitude of tho United States toward tin; I'anatna revo lution. A bill to prevent the desecra tlon of Ui(! American flan wait favorably reporte-'l. In t hn house tli; 111 K-rit lt-n-lency bill wan further discussed, Hills were Introduced appropriating $100,000 for a statue of Abraham Lincoln In the flty of Washington; prohibiting the In corporation by states of corporations to engage In business outside of tin: slate; extending th...

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. — 5 February 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. I Fnbllllied Kery FrlcUr Moraine 1 TILI.HAN ft IHIFK. Proprietor!. VERSAILLES. MISSOURI. THE LOST DAYS. I wlidi ( hail not Koiin Hack to tlio llttlu town, With nil my wealth of incmnricit, to ltd ly Hint; them down; Thnt I had no moro neon The buy little street That Idles down thu hllliddo whvro tho town and country meet. I wish I had not Kono To loiter and to look. .And ruins tho lioy-tlrnc, KlorlcH In the ono time singing brook--Ono day It was no deep; One day It wan ho wide! One day It held cool idiadows whole tho BUlinhlno went to hide. I wlidl I had not traced Tho roses once again, And trleil to llnd tho redness and the sweetness they had then; Nor gonu nt early morn To llnd them tilled with dew, .Nor (searched them for the honey that the been and I oncu knew, I wish I had not walked Tho llttlu country lane .And hoped to hear the lilrdsonuB with tho echoing refrain; That I had not none out Upon tho meadow grass KxpectliiK vaKrant cL.ivcr ycent nnd mint tang au l 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. — 5 February 1904

i Tbe Democrat. I'ablUhad V.ntj rrlriny Morning, TILLMAN r DUFF, Proprietor. WooiU lllrig..'!il Plniir..l'lnin Nil. 13A. .Subscription I your, in advance XI 00 " r, tuoM " " 5D Kntcrcd in Post Offlce at Versailles Mihh'iiiri us second class mall mnltui For Governor, 1001, HON lOSRPH W PHI K . . " - - - Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. Sedalia in making an effort to secure the State Democratic Con vention, and we see no reason why tho capital of Pettis should not got it. Two hundred conventions are to bo hold in HI. Louis this year during the World's Fair. Why not hold thorn all in one day and have tho spasm over with. George II. Shepherd of La monto, has shipped !1,400 ears of corn to tho World's Fair at St. Louis, of which Pettis county will include 2,500 ears. A committee representing the lines entering St. Louis will rec ommend to tho railway associa tions a rate of one fare for the round trip on account of the World's Fair. A Missouri editor is lamenting tho fact that a whole mont...

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. — 5 February 1904

WORLD'S FAIR NEWS ST. LOUIS 4 A taiii St. Louis. Globe -Democrat Is tho one grout newspaper which ought to find a placu in every home during tho coining year. It has no equal or rival in nil tho West and will bu independable to all who de.sire to keep fully informed an to the World's Fair and the National Campaign of 1901. SEMI-WEEKLY, ONE Till: OltKAT ici:iunMCAN IAIKlt OF AMHIUCA. weekly, uhiiY une wuiiu A vkak. The Daily Globe-Democrat. Price by Mail, Postage Prtpaldi Diilv. including Sunday ()no ciir, an no; fi months, 83. no; 3 months, 81.50. Daily without Sunday One year. 14.00; 4 months, 3!.UU; 3 month 81.00. Sunday edition, 48 to 76 Paget (Mm .tei'.r, 2 00; 0 moutns, 11.00. , You Must V Qlobe-Democrat. ST. LOUIS Write for Fmkic 'II lw.ttttt ktlll m aormuun i ; iu-f S THE BLOIE PRINTIN8 CO.iS ,autf 5 T. LOUIS, OliDEll OF PUBLICATION. KTATE OF MISSOURI. 1 R1. COU.STV OK MolKJAS, ) In thu Circuit Court of Morgan County, Missou i, December Adjourned Term, A U. 1003, Monday, Febr...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 February 1904

rnAt nn is a hale op hat. Frittarts In Wnlfh Caata, According to an nrticle lit the Cincin Butt Coimnurcinl, a filty-niir- pound ntoti Win recently funnel in tli.it city secreted in n lmlc of hay of eislily (munils. This is not aa liatl n tituling a lump of Irail of nrnrly one hnlf the weight of tlis) olid cold watch case secreted in the cen ter of the case. (!ohl watch cases are sold by weight, ml no one can see .where tins lend it ecreteil until the Miring of the cane art taken out anil the lend will be found m cretcd ltehind them. Thtsc casts aro in(le by companies who prides, to be honeat but furnish th menus to the dishonest to rob the iut lie. It is not pleasant for anyone to find that he Ins lugged a lump of lead In hi .watch rate. Another trick the maker of spurious olid cold watch mac is to stamp tin case S. Away. The I'nited State does not stamp any nrticle made out of told and silver except coin, and the fakir, liy usitii: this stamp, wants to make thi public U'liee that ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 February 1904

HIS FATHER'S TIN LARK. WOMEN ARi,fBpLfcrollY COLDS FBD RACK FOR SHEEP. Description of a Unnil anil Inrxpca Ive t.'ontrlvnncr, Herumiiiendcd by Hlnliest Autliurlt r. One of iir subscribe m aslR for a d icrlptlon of a Rood sheep rack in which to feed his sheep. This is a very Im portant Kiibjcct in connection with tin care of shcepr Inasmuch as it has to Uc not only with the economical use of the feed grown on the farm, but alRO with keeping the fleece of tho sheep clean am! In a marketable- condition. No form ot rack should bo used for tho feeding ol any kind of feed containing chaff 01 dirt that will permit tho sheep to poke Its head Into tho feed or that will allow the chaff, dirt or broken leaves to llltei through cracks and fall onto the sheep Any such dirt in the wool Injures thj talc of It very materially, not merely be- END VIKW OK KEi:U HACK. cause the wool buyer does not care to pa; wool price for dirt, but because it In creases the labor and expense of pre paring the wool f...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 5 February 1904

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. City liUi Line, 'Phone 4D. A. .1. WitUoB. th Ltnn Creek mer chant, wall here on business Monday Oo to Uarriy'a grocery and auk for his I'riee Baking Powder. Hon. 1'. King a prominent cltlaen of Unn Creek, was a ylsitor In this city Monday. If you need work done by a Notary Pabllo we Hubbard Jt Karanaurb. Con Yeyancinj;, etc., a specialty. J. W. Mrlniraton, D. C. Hardy, 8r, and Mason & Price have been storing away a flnu lot of Ice this week. Popper's Emporium is offering Home bit; bargains. See his ad on the front page. E. A. Crewson.the real estate hustler, spent several days this week In Kansas City, on business. Representative Henry Windier Is re ported quite sick at his home In Har nett, with an attack of pneumonia. Fresh canned goods, flour, produce, ate., assured to customers purchasing goods of E. A. Williams, the Mouth bide grocer The average annual salary paid teachers in the cities and towns of Mis souri is 1520; in the rural schools It Is i25. When p...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 February 1904

Aorgan County Deroocrat. CENTRAL. MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fifth Tear. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Feb. 12. 1904 No. 7. Dress Goods. I ISA We are ready to show our Early Spring Woolen Dress Goods, all the styles on the Eastern Markets, can be found in our Establishment. No time has been spared in making the selections. We furnish the material and the Butterick Pattern Depart ment the style. Yours to please, The Sale on odds and ends will be closed on Saturday, February 13. A. POPPER. Dr , W, F, Donovan LOCAL NEWS. OP CHICAGO, Eyesight Specialist, AT THE CITY HOTEL, ONE! "WEEK ONLYi VERSAILLES, MO., February 9th to 15th, Inclusive. Eyes Thoroughly Tested, Glasses Accurately Fitted and Adjusted. I Mtv MUM MwuVou rj sVn. W VCoVj "DtIX H ym ri Speaks For Itself. Office of P. R. Smiley, M. D. Hoonville, Mo., April 17, 1003. To whom it may concern: I wish herein to express my high appreciation of the services of Dr. Donovan, not only in my own...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 February 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. I'ublMiril livery 1'rlilny Mnrolns. TIIXMAN At IH I'l'. I'rnirlrteir. VERSAILLES. .MISSOURI. What Has Happened Throughout tho Civilized World. A WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED A CompI(!l(! Koview of the Hapiieninjpi of tho Past .Seven DayH in This si tul All Korean Lauds. GIVES IS TJIU WIESS DISPATCHES COMillllVM AT MdllU. Ifnllj I'mrrrillnUB of tlir Sniiilr anrt HiiiKr llrlrllv Tclil. In a debate full of sarcasm and thrusts In 1 tie United Stairs senate nn tin' .'id tin- proposed appropriation for a loan of SI.OOO.OOO to tin- St Louis ex position was attacked. A mass of cor respondent i! was received from the pnsldeiit concerning Colombian affairs, Jn thu house )i lt were Introduced pro viding for an Increase In salaries foi postal clcrl.s In first and n.cond class oIIkch and for the reorganization ol the consular hcrvlee. In the fenate on the 1th the propered loan to the St LouI exiiocltlon of 14.- OOO.OOO was up for dlfciin,lon. hut In stead the henatom Indulged In a politic...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 February 1904

Midi THE DEMOCRAT. I'nlilMircl livery I'rldnjr Mornlnc. TIIjIiMAN & IMII'I'. I'rnprluttira. VliUSAILLliS. MISSOURI, WINTER ON "LIZZARD CRICK.' 'rlrk In frozen over now, lirlilscd with lec an' Know; Down tho valley roiin' tliu bend Winds icr' howl an' blow. llniiH'hcH whlpplu' back mi' forth; Hnowdrlfts nllnten while; Hlntertlmo on "l.lzziinl Click" Ik u Klor'UH nlnhl. Ilnhhlt bobbin' thro' tho wooi Iliintln' fur Imru frrnuml; sMulrrcln hiiiik I" holler tree, Foxes noaln' round I'm- u hllo to eat. 'Cooiih nti' Vooitrhuci: burrered tlKht: tVlntertliric; on "l.l.zard Crick'-1 la a luin'soine. idKht. Huntera tratniln' o'er the bill!", FoxhroinlH bayln' far; rifhcrmen down In tho bend Where tho iilok'rel are. Cnnpflie smoke a-curlln' up. Lorh a burnln' brlKht: Wlntettlmi; on "I.lzzaril Crick" Is a KladHomo pIkIU. Jnu I 'one, In N". V Sun. THE RED t filRRFT. llim tliu Wltili of l.fi Itiilnie Vll Aieliu'e. TOWARD the close of (lay the snow ceased fiillltiK, tho wind Hiidili.'iily veere...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 February 1904

Tbe Perrocr&t. Published Kvory Friday Morning. TILLMAN & DUFF, Proprietors. WooiU lll(lc..3il Floor.. Phon No. 138. Subscription I year, In advance 81 00 " C mos " no Kntcred in Tost Olllce at Versailles Missouri as second class mail matter For Governor, 1904, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. Roosevelt would be glad now to recall his Booker Washington dinner episode, but the colored people say nay. Kratz, the boodler, refers to Roosevelt as "that cowpuncher." The President might get back by calling Kratz a "cowyard." Brick and steel structures are to take tho place of the frame buildings burned last summer at the grounds of the State Fair in Sedalia. The novel defense a Kirkwood woman made to the charge of dis turbing the peace was that tho plaintiffs had no peace to bo dis turbed. The Supreme Court has over ruled the motion for a now trial in the wise of George Collins, tho Union bank robber who killed Sehumakor, and March 11th is tho date set for Collins...

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. — 12 February 1904

m : $ SE 0 s m at 01 I m m m m , .9 m s CARL W. BIERSACH. DEALER IN t Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, Groceries and Queensware. t GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Tine Best Always at, tlie Lowest Prioes. 4T THE FLAG." VERSAILLES, MO. m m m m m m m i m m m m m m m m m m m Our advertisers are consuming much of our spaco this week calling attention to their ware. M. Joachlml has a bttr removal sale on hand, A. Popper tells of his early spring arrivals, and othero call attention to their spculal lines, so It Is necessary for us to curtail matters to give them a chance. Charles Williamson, colored, aged 04 years, died at Ms home In this city Tuesday of pneumonia. He was born on the McCarty farm near town and belonged In slavery to Hurry William son's estate. One of his most notable characteristics was his devoted patri otism, which he displayed at all public demonstration1) of his race, lie was known by everyone uud was happy un der all circumstances, lie was hurried We...

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. — 12 February 1904

THE FLIES ARE UNDER CONTROL Ilngpil For Twi-iityKlRlit Hours Willi L'niTStrulncil Fury Without a Check. THE IMPORTANT COMMERCIAL DISTRICT IS BLACKENED RUINS Baltimore Is Staggering Under a Fire Loss Which No One Has the Courage to Put In Figures. CITY OVERCAST WITH GLOOM AND BUSINESS SUSPENDED. Offers of AHBlatiinco From Noarlj Every Ltiwo City In tho Coun try Htivo Boon Mado HUMAN SKILL, CLUCK AM) COIHIaQK AI.ONI: SAVfiD TUB CITY. Tlioro Ib Apparently ButOnoCauso For OlndnoHB In StricKon City; 'Ihoro Aro No Honioloas. loam as a motor power until othw arrangements can bo made. Scores of telegrams were received by Mayor McLanu proffering assist ance to the citizens of Baltimore who have Kiiffcrc'l as a result of the awful fire. They came from mayors of cities, railways and other corporations, and from prominent citizens over the coun try. President Itainfe-ly or the Wabash and Kastery Maryland Hnllnmds Kilt tho following telWAts: ".no Wentorn Maryland Railroad Co. tenders Its hcrvlco...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 February 1904

tat SIMPLE WATER SYSTEM. Dealtni-il lj- " I'lui-on I'lirinrr, 11m Ailiiiilnlilr to 1-3 fry Kltnl of Orillnnry I'lirni liiilualry. After carrying water three time dally for 1,000 hrceilliis plguoris for a time, I decided I would inuko tt carry Itself, ho procuring alout l!t)0 fect of cecond-liand J Vi-I rich Iron pipe. I set about. It and after a few hours' work I had the pleasure of seeing thu watering dono as before without thu work of carrying about 12 bucketftilB of water dally. They would not drink this 1M1'HUV1S1;1J watch hvsti:m. mount, but It Is (jtiltc necessary that Iilgtons should havu fresh water each time they are fed and plenty of It for bathing In afterwards. The pump that furnished the water was some distance from the yards, and the piping had to pass two doors that were used several times dally, ho that it was necessary to lower the pipe to the ground, passing the doors, then raising about two fect above first water pans and giving It a gradual fall to about one fool...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 February 1904

1 Difficult Hatter. Sometimes it's hard to convince some people. Hut it will not bo nurd to convince anyone of tho exceptional values we of for. It will pay you to read our price list and see our goods and prices and profit thoroby. Komorn her wo arc offering you money savers that you cannot duplicate in the Spring Summer Tour Honey Goes. Your money goes swift ly enough, of course, it's a peculiarity of money. But while it's going you can at least make suro that it is bringing you adequate returns at our Sale. That is why you should take advantage and attend our Salo early and got what wo adver tise Before the Good Things are Gone. II Yod Pre Reasonable and Appreciate "We will convinoe you. at OU-37 R,eixiodeliii Commencing this week and lasting until March 15, that we will make your dollar go farther and BUY MORE GOODS NOW than in the Spring, as cotton goods have been advancing right along. MVfHT H1DHPB5TS1BI1? e nee( money and room, you need the goods. Now is your time to buy lull...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 February 1904

Aorgan County Deroocrat. OttNfRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fifth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday. Morning, Feb. 19, 1904. No. 8. Dress G-OOClS & We are ready to show our Early Spring Woolen Dress Goods, all the styles on the Eastern Markets, can be found in our Establishment. No time has been spared in making the selections. We furnish the material and the Butterick Pattern Depart- ment the style. Yours to please, The Sale on odds and ends will be closed on Saturday, February 13. A. POPPER. LOCAL NEWS. City Una I. u, 'Phone 49. Cb.11 for Hardy's Prize linking Pow der Dudley's barber Khop for first class work. Men's and Hoys' Fine Shoe for spring just received at ttre "Famous." Insure your property with Uubbard Jb Kavauaugh. Reliable Companies only. Mm. J. U Hrlggs has been quite Hick at her home for lAo pant week with au attack of the grip. Dan Williams arrived home yesterday from the Kansas City Dental College 'for a brief stay with homo f...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 February 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. I'rihlMii-il Kvery I'rhUT Morning. TILLMAN lll'li". I'roprletori. VERSAILLES, Missouni. 1904 1 FEBRUARY 1004 MJN SAT. 6 3 I 3 10 7 4 1 1 18 5 12 '9 7 8 ,96 4'5 20 26 27 3N 21 22 29 25 28 lk What- Has Happcm l Throughout the Civilized World. A WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED A Complete Review of tins Hiippciilmra of tlin I'sist Seven Days in This mid All Fonu'ii Lauds. GIVEN IN T1IK I'KK.SS DISPATCHES i.o.i;ni:ss at wtmic. Ually I'ruri-r.lliiuii nf Hie funlr anil llinur llrlrfl) 'In 111. Tho major jwirtlori of the time or Hi Konatc on the 10th was devoted to the I'.'inama treaty Tin nomination ol Thomas N Jaml'son as naval officer, Chicago, wn, confirmed In the house tlm Conncli-Howcl! election contest from the Tenth P nns,lvanla district ro hiiltnl in voting to sent Mr. Count 11 (rep,), who was .sworn in at once. In the senate on the 1 ltli it was decide il to vote on the Panama treaty before February T. A bill was Introduced ap propriating $i.IO(,(jO'l for tlic consttuc tlon of...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 February 1904

THIS FATHER of HIS COUNTRY Why We Delight to Celebrate Washington's liirtlulay. 4T)OltN upon our soil of parents II also horn upon It- never for a moment having had sight of the old world Instructed according to the modes of his time, only In the spare, plain, but wholesome elementary knowl edge which our Institutions provide lor the children aof the people growing up beneath and'p'-'netrated ,y the genuine influences of American society living from Infancy to manhood and ago nmlilst our expanding, hut not luxurious civilization--partaking in our great destiny of labor, our long contest with unreclaimed nature anil uncivilized man our agony of glory, the war of Inde pendence our great victory of peace, ho formation of the union, and the es tablishment of the constitution he Is nil, all our own. Washington Is ours." The foregoing was written hy Daniel Webster In regard to the Father of Ills Country, the anniversary of whose GEORGE WASHINGTON birth occurs Fohinury 22, an occasion that...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 February 1904

The Derpocrat. I'ublMhMl ICvry Friday Morning. TILLMAN It DUFF. Proprietort. Wnudi lllil..2cl rlanr..I'huar No. 1S8. Subscription 1 year, In advance " ft raoH " " 11 00 60 Untried In Post Onlce at Versailles Missouri an second class mail mutter For Governor, 1904, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. War between Japan and Russia is now getting tierce, and the "Japs" seem to be holding the winning hand thus far. The Democratic State nomina tion convention meets in .Teller .son City, July 19. The Judicial convention meets in St. Joseph, June 21. State delegate conven tion in Joplin, June 29. The death of U. S. Senator M A. Banna Tuesday night, was the close of a career of one of the most active public men of the present day. The details of his - . -ii i. r 1 passing nvmj win u u.iu u.. an inside page i tins paper. Judge Jame9 E. Uazell, who lias been spoken of as a candi date for Congress in this district, dotiios point blank that he will enter the race. He will, how ev...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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