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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 February 1904

to to m m to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to IS ' m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m t m m 1 CARL W. BIERSACH DEALER IN Dry Goods, Clothing Notions BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, Groceries and Queensware. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. The Best Always at tlie Lowest Prioes. I AT THE "RED FLAG." VERSAILLES, MO. to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to t to to to to to to to to to to The postoffice department has select 1 Itch Rlnorwwrm 1 1 t ., t I - en me uesigns ior me si. i.ouis worms g, Ti r.UCM. warn IT... wrltM. rair mumps, xncy are as lonows. Arll 2Sti. inn. ,,.. 1(ltn la r one cent-Robert Livingston, minister hlld been affileted with a malady known to France when the Louisiana Purchase tu .uPh Tb. um . .. was signed. Two cent Thomas Juf i,nlii.r.i.i,. lemon, presitient wncn tne treaty was signed. Three cent James Monroe, Npectal envoy to Franee to negotiate the treaty. Five cent William Me Klnley, prcslcleut who approved of the bill crea...

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. — 19 February 1904

U.vn'l .irimlrk Anjlunr. !r. cni"itiu tlic nci'.tn n fiitluT flii'l "n both litfiniii' vriy mmkM'1. The1 filtlii'l- IC- (MlVCK'll IUIUV llllt till! Will W.IH Ml Of Imilsti'il Willi tlic titlark that lir naiik into u nUU- uf npatliy ft ')in wliuli it pcumca iiiipMHilil( to iitniMi him. 'I'Ik- t'-Miiipr plljnlf l.lll. tlllllklllK lif wouM liy u sinl ilcn nlmil;. mid "I liaw liad new for 3 tin. Yoin f.itlipf )K ilr.ul." 'I In- fin, i.-iismi: In I'XpK'wionlcM uji'i to tlic doc tor, icplicd "l.wly man!" Klilnci the Limit. "No," Mid the editor, "vc can't nut your htoiy. Tliciu's too much originality nliont it.' "Too mucli orminalitv! pchncil tno con trilmtor. "Wliv, I thought you wanted oimin.il matter." "So wc do," nnswrrcil hn of tlic liltu! pencil, "Imt di.iw tin; line at Kpulliiitf." (.'inuiiiiiHti Kiiimti-r. M,...iO I'lmiia fur Kle. Thiii is a remarkalile offer tlic John A. SalT Seed o., I.a Cionc, Wm m.iki."' 'I'licy will cciid yon their big plant ann seed catalog, together with eno...

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. — 19 February 1904

IK PRAIRIE LAND. (Editorial I'urrispotiiJmc.) MOOHIC JAW, Altilhota !FBrrmr' ltcvletv, Chlrueo, Jiii 12, 1!j3. "Most of the prairies In the United BtateH have censed to oxlst. Man has broken thnm iii with orchards, forcaU and farm IjulldlnKS. Hut In Western Canada the prairies still stretch grand ly from horizon to horizon an yet un tnarred by the hand of man, savo where the Iron road has been laid. To city man there Is something de llclously restful about the vast grassy ollturtoH. "NumcmiiH c lumps of trees mark the course of the Asslnlbolne Hlvor. which keeps In slht of the railroad for some distance. "(irass Ik one. of the notable thltiRS bout all tho lands-cape of Western Canada. It Is a remarkable fact that the entire leiiKth of the Canadian Pa cific railway from Its eastern terminus to the Hocky mountains Is over plains' where grass grows. Tho sago brush aypoais at dome points, but never to tiro exclusion of grass. There Is thus not a mllo of this country that cannot bo used ...

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. — 19 February 1904

1 Difficult latter. Sometimes it's bard to convince some people. Bat it will not bo hard to convince anyone of the exceptional values we of fer. It will pay you to read oar price list and see our goods and prices and profit thereby. Remem ber we are offering you money savors that you cannot duplicate in the Tour Honey Goes. Your money goes swift ly enough, of course, it's a peculiarity of money. But while it's eoinir you can at least make sure that it is bringing you adequate returns at our Sale. That is why you should take advantage and attend our Sale early and got what we adver tise Before the Good Things are Gone. If Yod Pre Reasonable And Appreciative we will oonvinoe you at OUR REMODELlHC SflLE ! Commencing this week and lasting until March 15, that we will make your dollar go farther and BUY MORE GOODS NOW tnan m xne csprmg, as coxxou goous nave ueen auvancmg rignt along. Mrr nil irtTnimami vno We need the money and room, you need the goods. Now is your time to buy Y II UNllh...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 February 1904

EXTRACTS FROM SPEECH OF HON. W. D. VANDIVER Delivered at Mount Vernon, Lawrence County, Mo., February 6, IQ04 s 1 Follow-Dcmocrats: I I speak to you its a democrat for tlit! Interest 1 feel In the democratic party. I am one of the kind that never icnitc-hcs the democratic ticket- I feel a Just pride in the achievements of our party, find especially the manage ment of the nff.-iir.-t of thin Htate lor the Inst thirty years). I have often unld thit Missouri wan the best-gov-crned state in the Union. It Is the only state in the American I'nlon that has paid off Its debts and lowered Its tatfeH ' nt the same time; and It Is a matter, of Just pride also that it Is the only state north of the Mason and Dixon line wiiicli lias, through all the lluctuathms of politics, remained stoaillust in the democratic! column. Hut no 'jano man can deny that a new and strange condition confronts ns-. No amount of slanderous abuse shall prevent mo from doing what I cm 11 to save the party from shame and ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 26 February 1904

Aorgan County Derr)ocrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fifth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Feb. 26. 1904. No. 9. TDrine: Dress Goods. We are ready to show our Early Spring Woolen Dress G oods, 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, Leader in Low Prices and First-Glass Merchandise. A. POPPER. I LOCAL NEWS. j v a City Itus Line, 'Phone ('.). (Iiiil for Hardy's Pri.c (talcing Pow der Jm Dudley's burlier shop for llrst class - 'I lie "Fatuous,-' Outfitters for Men ;iml ISojs. Proctor school elopes the winter term today. I tiMiru your properly with Hubbard A;J Kavanaujf h. Reliable Companies orj'y. .John W. .Martin came up from Tus cumbia I uesday and is bpcudlng a few flays at home. f Foi: Sai.i; A good rubber-tired Top if ft'UfffJ'i ''est condition, Apply tit 1...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 26 February 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. riilillthril Kvrry I'rliluy Morning. TILLMAN A; DPI I". I'roiirletorf. VERSAILLES. Missouri. What, Has IIapt!iiwI Throughout the Civilized World. A WEKK'S NKWS CONDENSED A Complete Review of the Hnppcniwrs of the I'nst .Seven Days in This and All Foreign LuiiiIh. GIVEN' IN TJIH I'UK.SS DISPATCHES CO.MillCSS at worm. Uull? I'rfM'f'ftllMKN of tlif Sfnnlf nnil llouai- llrlcfl) lulil. No business was iranf acted In th( ff.nato and house on the 17th out of re tpcot to the memory of Senator Han na, the members of lioth houses at tending tlio funeral ttrvitos In the (sen ate chamber. The time In tin- senate on the 18th wm or-fii jiicrl In illscmslng the 1'atiama qn Ktion In the Iioiim- hills were Intro duced providing for th' expenditure ol ?1 .000.000 fot building a harhor or refuse for lal(e shipping at Waukegan, III., and for an appropriation of $."0,Wi0 for trans portation, pay and exp uses of members of state militias nticiuilng rllle prattle encampments The fort I Heat ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 26 February 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. I'lililUlinl llvcrj I'rliluy .MiirnlnB. Til. I. MAN A; 1)1 IT, I'niprli'liirn. VIJUSAILLF.S. missocri. MOTHER'S WEDDING RING. A clrclij pure anil gulden lpoti my im t ln-r 'h hnml, J Id- witlillng ring Ik worn mill Ihln A iln mill HlmpU li.mil. Simple nnil liliiln hp Virtue. for .MIIfM It lllld Withstood Tin' liiinlrn nnil Hi" mull, iih life Ileur out her years nf good. 'Tin worn by lull nnil tumble Ami lingers cliiupcd to pray. Till now Mix lull u gulden lliH ml Hit wedding 'I'ik to-il:iy. J'iiic iih tin- troth It plighted, ll cli, ill not lirciik or li.nl. I lilt v ;ir iih wililn lnve hIhhiIiI u tar, Tiuc gold unto tin; lii'iiit. O inny the future give me A wctnnn'H helping linml To wear ho long nnil rulllifiilly Tluit flluliln gulden limnl - AloyplUHMloll, III OlIOll I llltlHI'kcOplnB. Mother Nanette's $ 0 Sacrifice. 0 'I In; I'riic Slit- I'nlil to Sine Hit Son. S it mill no, Mother Nanette?" Mother Nanette Kptin. us wan her custom, bcloro the door. With one movemen...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 26 February 1904

Tbe Pernocrat. I'nlill1icl Kvery li"rllny MurnliiK. TILLMAN 8r DUFF, Proprietors. U III. If.. '-M l'liur..l'linn- Nil. 133. Subscription i vi rir, in aihuncu 1 Ou 0 inot " " f0 Entered In Post Olllcu at Versailles Missouri is second class mail matlui For Governor, 11)04, HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. State affairs will usurp the at tention of politicians now for a time, ami National matters will get a n;st until later on. Tho Republican county con vention to select delegates to the .state convention, meets, in this city Saturday, March fth. The sympathy of all American citizens is with Japan in the war with Kusia, but from the pres ent outlook the ".Japs" don't need it. The Statesman seems to be the only Heed exponent in this neck of the woods. This partisan or gan was talking Folk until last week, when the "bosses" ordered a change of front. Will our Re publican neighbor name some of the Reed adherents? There have been a number of calls for a Democratic primar...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 26 February 1904

$ GEO. H. SCHOLLE, J I The Fashionable Tailor, j $ Is now open for business in r the basement rooms under P P the Bank of Morgan County, Versailles, Mo. r CLEANING- AND PRESSING- p Given special attention. & John R flnms. A. 15. Kniiwieyeu. Gibbs & Knipmeyer, "The Land Lawyers; We have the only Complete Set of ABSTRACTS 01'1 LAND TITLES In Morgan County, and challenge investigation. Special attention given foe tin" Office in Woods Building, fiavottviitvviivi Jl-tMM. VV VERSAILLES, Oflice in Luni))ee Rloolc, over Rank of Morgan County, I looms 1 and 'J. I Kansas City Southern Railway Str;:!j?lit as KANSAS CITY PASSINa THROUGH A GRRATRIl DIVF.KSITY OF CLIMATB SOIL. AND BSSOUIICE THAN ANY OTHER RAILWAY IN Tlin WORLD, FOR ITJ LENGTH. AUm? IH lino are 1 bo llne..t lands, suited for rtrnwlnir fe-ir.U train, rnni, flix, cotton, fori'.or.ini" Inlin, lo n nil poacliorclirtrdi.f'irm ' rfrulisr.nd 1 rrl-; for eorni lercUl e uitalouiM), 1ioI.ilo, tomato and eeneral truck f.irin.i; for s...

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. — 26 February 1904

-' uairntittluna. An Atchiion tn.-i ti telU tlie (llnbn about Iiih mule, mi IiiOiiimii, ult nilddcn lv ;imo lich. Tin; hut thfn;; lie elid vmk t'j buy the bent pew in the church. When Sunday tolled amund the Iriliniaa talked ipanilly ilmvn the aiOe, carrying Hilk tint nnd elctfniil owuo.it. II fniitid Uvu Btr.jlijic women oc iijiymc hit ticvv. "Come out," he Haul, inipenuugly. 'J In- women Wfiu very much fthoikc'4, and v.i lki.-l out, their hcadi hariKUii! tn Oiatne. "Now, i lien, Inilim," the lriOuii.ui hind, "nbhuc hip by walking back. I pint waul ed to Omvv you who uvviiiO tlm pew." Iliitlaclinlil IIIiiI. An old typewriter tibbon eo.iknl in a f r 111 1 j.i 1 of water will m.ike a pint of pur ple h.1.1 dje. l'oriii plaster einliroiileted with differ nil mini I'd ) 111 11 111 vanouti mottocx aia II tin- i;ic. (Cleveland ledger. liot tlir Itlichl lilml, (kium-viUc. Texas, J'eb. ITJrid. Mrs, L. I!, iiuilnii of CO" lil. id htleet, till (it)', write tin; following letter:- "I li.no bee...

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. — 26 February 1904

INTERESTING TO AMERICANS. IWrnvrrn (nun. In Will Mum Hi-clime the Suiil ( lr Whrntfur tlrt-iil llrllnln. Diirlni? tho past year about 170,001 Americans wont from the United States to Canada. Most of theso settled upon farm lands, and tlio writer Is Informed by agents of the Canadian Government that the Kreatest success has followed tho efforts of nearly all. To their friends on this side of tho boundary U lino the fullest assurance Is given or tho prosperity that Is In store for them. There will always bo a splen did market for all the Kraln, cattle ami other produce that can be raised In Western Canada, and with the advan taccs offered of a free homestead of ICO acres of land, and other lands which may be bought cheaply, an ex cellent climate, splendid school system, educational advantages of the best, what more Is required. The husband man gets more return for bis money than In any other country In the world. On the ocvaslon of Sir Wilfred I,aurler'H visit to the Corn KNchaiige 1i...

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. — 26 February 1904

A Jolly Hoclal Kvmit One of tho most pleasant social ut6iIa that has taken plac; In thh city this season occurred at tlio residents of Mr. -inil Mm, W. h. (Stephens, and which 'was ennclur.tp.d hy their wm Kob, About tweiity-flvu fotiplon of young ifolks, friends and schoolmates of Hol .vere Invitcil to bis home to spend the: evening 'ii way incut pleasing to tliu desires of their young minds. TIms proiiiinrnl features of thu entertain went v.as -'progressive: muggins, ' In which (ill toolt purt unci enjoyed to their rutins satisfaction, f'cr the guests liti'l niacin thin gamn lively iuHo n tlmi:, the scene changed and the tables in wino ch-aied and another game wiih Ihtroduc ) which proved equally ut Inviting, hut cich (;tn-st freely "iritcsleel with hid or her own appetite An elegant lunch of the most P-mptlng dishes that fair hands could prepare- wan M-rved in courses, and tin- whole wan such r.s to elicit thu highest praine from everyone present. The entertainment was voted the ...

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. — 4 March 1904

organ County A Democrat CKNTltAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, UKAh 1CSTATH, RAILROAD AND OKNIORAI, NKWH. Fifth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, March 4. 1904. No. 10. njjfl MHOHSfc. vrtsa9ja mm W :4 ?l C 1 -11 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 Butteriok Pattern Depart ment the style. Tours to please, Leader in Low Prices and First-Glass Merchandise. POPP Eiii :'cOi i i y vv it v v t v u it v v v w a u n v S LOCAL N.3WS. , is ( ly Huh Idne,- 'I'hnne. I1.). :il for llnrdy's I'ri.e. Mahine; I'nw (I r l)i 'I! -y's barber shop fur llrsl eljiss Wo U. 'i hi' "Famous,"' Oiildttcis for Mum luel llnys, M i 1 '(, linker will furnish you i;ood fx iili im ad every day. Try it. I'lire your property with Hubbard K iv,-,,i,ii);li. I'clinhlc Companies ii i v I'li'-Ai.l; A i'iiimI en t 1 it; i -1 3 rcl Tup l.i'i'". In be...

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. — 4 March 1904

L THE DEMOCRAT. Pnlillnhril liu rr I'rldiiT Morning. Tl M.MAN .V 1)1 I T, Proprietor!. VERSAILLES. MISSOURI. I' II I What Hits HiijtiKincd Throughout Hie Civilized World. A WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED A ConipI(!t(! Review of the Hntipotiitig-B of tlio J'ust Svii J)fiyn In TLIh mid All Foretell Lands. GIVEN IN T1IK J'KKSS DISPATCHES CONGRESS AT WORK. Sally Proceedings of the Senate and HouHe Briefly Told. The senate spent the greater part ol the session on (lie 2ltli In discussing the agricultural approjirJatJori bill. TUo leg islative, executive and Judicial appro priation bill, carrying $28,7.'i(i,2X:i, was reported, In the house the naval appro priation hill was further considered and a hill wat. Introduced limiting to 80,000 the number of aliens to be admitted to the United Statis In any uw year fiom finy foreign country, Canada, .Mexico and Cuba except d. The senate on the 2."th passed both the agricultural and Ihe legislative, ex ecutive and Judicial appropriation bills. The building...

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. — 4 March 1904

A GENERAL ORDER TO RUSSIAN TROOPS Garrison at Port Arthur Warned to Fight to the Death. NO SURRENDER IS THE WORD Julian, (ii-n. MIim-kih-I ftuym, ('nimlilr r Tin- 'tiiiiri- nf tin- I'lirtri-aii a (tlii'nllon of Aiitliinnl lliiiuir Thrrc U i Way Out Wln-li II I'omi'k lii llii 'I'iik of War. Port Arthur, Sunday, I'd), 28.- Gen. Stocsscl, commander of tho i;arrlaon liurc, h;ui iHHiU'd a cc'tioral order direct lug tliu ut-limtlon of tin; troojiit and In habitant)! to tin; facl that tin; Jiian fsi) Intend to land and solzo thn fort hshh. Tim ceneral dochirea that Ju lian consldurs the seizure of I'orl Ar thur to ho a iiuifstlon of national hon or, and from tholr obstlnati! attai;l;n ttnd bumbardmijiiUt of the fortn.-HH and hays h(! ran only coiirltidii that tin1 enii my will ni.'iliu uvi'iy effort to caiituro thn forties?, falllnt; which the .lapan ch! will destroy thu railroad and with draw. "The, enemy, however," proceeds the general order, "Is mistaken. Our troops know and the inhabit...

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

Tbe Derrjocrart. l'lililSi.txHl V.trrr 1'rlilnjr .Miii-nhii;. TILLMAN & DUFF, Proprietors. Wimil ltlili;..'M riiiir..l'liiii- N. 1.1.1. hiibscr.ptloii 1 y-.-i r, in iwlviu.w ' i; mo'. " " SI 00 fin linleri'd lti 1M OllliH! at VerMilllef Missouri ii second class mail matlm For Covernor, l!)OJ, HON. JOSEPH W. POLK, Circuit Attorney of St. Louis. Folk's friends don't want to be timid in demanding their rights. Jf they are, they'll bo beaten out of them. Tho Uav.es ward heelers urn out to take everything -but they rot left on I heir lirst attempt in St. Louis cniinly. The lnt"st dish out now is pot led rabbit, but the beef trust is not responsible lor this new pic nic fond, as tiiey arc unable to i orncr the rabbit market. A St. Louis man stole $lti ami i was sent to the penitentiary for two years. Tho follow made a mistake in not adding a number of ciphers to the amount, then le-'d have come clear. It required just eight minutes lor a court down in South Mis souri to try a negro fo...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 March 1904

CP GEO. H. SCHOLLE, t I he fashionable Ta o Is now open for business in the basement rooms under the Bank of Morgan County, Versailles, Mo. GLEANING AND PRESSING Given special attention. .)( j I . J I' (iJUUS. " ho Lund A. I!. K'mi'.mi'.vku. Kmpmeyer, UCIW VUl O. Wn Ii!iv(! din mily Complntc Set, of ABSTRACTS OW .LAN I J TITLKS In Morgan County, :inl diiillunt investigation. Sn'(;iiil attention ;(ivon to eniToulin,'? ami jut r''1ni Titles. Office in Woods lisiiKJiiKj, Versailles, Mo. V c . . . LAWYER . . . VKiiSAiu-i.s, missouji. Oflii-c in Lu.ijjjiM! 1 iloc!(, ijut 1 5a ii 't of Morgan County, Iv'ooms 1 and 'J. : f, c t. c a tt, r, a r. r. a r . u a a c ft n, -t ir. , it a a a r, it n a ft t. 6 ,t & k r. it f. ,, a a MM... II..... - I .. Hi j 1 1 it i iiiii nays ft inivniiT icii, n nil in useful knowledge enneeriilng the haml llii(f of balky horses in Nevada Sunday. When tin: animal refused tci niovo the mini tied n rope ttroiiml tint hollow of its knees iiinl pulled. Rather th...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 March 1904

STEAMER QUEEN BURNED AT SEA Fourteen Lives Were Lost By the Capsliing of Two Lifeboats. CAUGHT FIRE DURING A STORM HASSAN'S MOROS DESTROYED I in- First cIuhh nor, CIoIIiiiii, Ada run, Sum and I'otor Tin cri'W Win-it It llirnnir n Duller iif lli-illlis Mli-lionli Wi-ri- l.iniiu-lii-il I'llli-d Willi Wiinii-ii Mini hllilrcii ami 'I'm ii of Tin-in Vi-r- f.npnli-il. 1'ort Towiinoml, Wash., Feb. 29. After Hiirr-rliiK tlii! iii'iHt liarrowltii; ux jiorloiicrj from lira mid Htorin Unit Iih over hoffillf-n n cralt on tho North I'aclflo ocean, tlio Htuamur Qiiocn Stindtiy put In liuro to ruport this IomiI of II llvon. 1,11 of lli-nil. pUBHI-'lUI'TH '. MlHH KtfjI- W'a.sh . ilrownuil ; .Mm. from cxpo.inni. Kccoml r;laH naHsi'iiKUM: I). Now liiiry, Tixa.i, anil II Kuckloy, ilrowiiu.l. McmhcrH or Uio crew: A. Nlulaori, J Nk'lson and I'. 1'n-ltiin. Ktrward'): V. II llnemun, M. orn, II DoiiKlaHri, A Donnelly llaymotid. KiiKliH-orlnit dipartinont: rcli,-r Million and M Flyiwi. Ahont Ii in Saturday ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 March 1904

REPAIRING HARNESS. Itflny Odd Job Can Bo Done at Ioraa by Farmers Who Are Willing to Learn. Most prnmlsrs littvo old leather tract about, and u niimlier of parts of ImrncKS, such as breast, poll and holdback straps, can bis mad! of theno, by one handy nt Mich work. Snlcnt u pleco ltniK enough for a brraKt strap, fnaluti a cnap at onn uiiil; 18 or I!0 Inches from this nap cut away all but the best outside ply, rivet a buckle, punch a number of holes, and thtrc you ure. The pole and holdback.! clamp roil ucATinm wukk. may be made from old Unlit traces. A belly-band for chain harness would have a larn loop at one end limtiiul ol a buckle. A back lmnd for plow harnefi may he made from old leather or rubber belt IriB. The leather Ix-ltliiK. If pretty fair, will make ood traces. These hints ure not for repairing val uable new harness. One should be very careful about riveting on th(se. The Il lustration iJuiwh how 1 mtult u clamp for kcwliij; harness from two kerosene bar rel staves fitte...

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