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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 March 1907

The Republican (Successor to THK Dbmocrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Kutercd In the Post Office at Versailles Missouri ns second class mail matter, Snbrcriptlon Price $1.00 a Year, Phent No. 185 COMPARE THEM. The man who has investigated the different sections of this country and really looked into the (rife merits of the different localities, wonders why thousands of people are rushing to the "high plains" country of the ireat southwest, when they can buy land almost as cheap right here in Central Missouri, in fact, can buy it -ven cheaper, when you consider the i-nst of improvements. When land in the plains country was only fifty cents to a dollar an acre, there was some reason for buying it as a speculation. But why train loads are rushing in there today and paying almost as much as land brings here with im provements, it past finding out. Is it a Mania, or Stampede, or what? Central Missouri is as far above that "ountry as the stars are above the arth. The high plains country ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 March 1907

1 J P Jk. ENLOE. 3 m m l'hon Htuitnc rhone 2 74. 3B. 2 IDENT DENTIST. Advertising Rates. Dirplny RdvcrtltliiK. ly tlie yer. to ttvertKC Your itichen or more, SJJc. per Inch each imiir, I'rnfrMioiial eanla, rinc Inch, SO ctiiU per nmnth;twu inchei, 75 cenl per month. t,o-1-five tinea, or over, 5 cents per line for ft rit Insertion; 2ic per tine fur each itilnequent hmettlon, In black type 10 centa per line for flrot Intcrtion, S cents per line for each iubit fluent Imertion. Legal advertising nt legal ratea, Hpeclal rale! on pane advert laemenli. m m m CAL NEWS. The best of every thing in the groceyline at Willams. Mason & If' Wlv htiildinir ow do you like our motto? C. H. Mason, "Everything clean." Miss Blanche Spidcl has accepted a position with A. Popper. She assumed her position Monday morn ing. Come in to the Telephone Ex change and see some of the agricul tural products that was grown in the Short, Grass Country. p)a you want Extra Good Meats? Ifyso, we are killing somethin...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 March 1907

State Happenings Hl,'s Come 6 Thtlr Own. Whiteside A recent decision of thg WIsBourl utitiremo court affects the title to uliout COO acres of Lincoln county land, valued at nearly 130,000. Thin land Iiiih been held by tho Lin coln County Coal & Mining Co. since 3877. Suit wuh brought against the company In behalf of the heirs of tho widow of Joseph Heady and a decision was rendered In their favor. The land formerly belonged to Charles Bhclton, and at hlx death he willed It to his wife and her bodily holra. Mrs. Shcl ton later ninrrkl Jn.cph Heady, to whom wore born si:, children. Heady applied to iliu circuit court for a de cree rIvIiib him a right to sell tho land. Tho decree was granted by tho court and Heady (-old the land to the coal and mlnliiB company. Shot In a Saloon Fight. St. 1-oiiIh As tho culmination of a cruilKe of over a year's standing for mer Detective Leo Kllllan Is at tho city hospital shot through tho left breast. Little hope Is entertained for Ills recovery. ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 March 1907

I&ool lunch v M OlZINQ AND DAINTY THE CHILDREN. FOR Many Little Things That Will Afford a Welcome Change In the Noon day Repatt of the Small Qlrl and Boy. SANDWICHES. Chop very flno some cooked hum or cold corn beef or tongue with a llttlo fat. Mix one tea Hpoonful of dry mustard and one Bait spoonful of salt with cold water to a panto; add a tablespoonful of creamed butter. Spread thin slices of bread with tho mustard and butter paste; then spread with tho ham, tongue or corned beef. APW.B SANDWICHE8. After peel ing tho apples, allowing one for a sandVhlch, chop them up flno with a HttlJo celery, one stalk to an annle. mixed In. Heat Into tho yolk of an t'ltk a little miiHtnrd. oil and vlncear. ukltig a paste thinner than muyon- also. Season to tasto with salt and pepper and mix with tho chopped ap ple and celery. Spread between two layers of thin buttered bread. Pear snndwlches may also be made In tho eumo wuy. FIO AND NUT SANDWICHES. After coring tho dried figs, chop Into lin...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 March 1907

DIRECTORY. Tikm or iM-nixi coot. Circuit court -till Mnii'Ur In April and 9niMon Iimjt In AiiKiMt km H'wihIxt. I'mtinUi court Vml Mon.l.j In frbruir, Maf wl JitujiIxt. mi l (th Mxiulaj In Auut. 0'iuntr f'vurt llrt HnJ; In F.tiru.rj, Mat, Au;iMt n4 Novomtwt, Mni'ii Ooourr Onictiu. PfWt4ln Juiljjn JwtCoMnialrlrl Judas 2n.l DHltlct Judxu nl I'ruliMn Cm-uitCIi-iV Hii l BftcnnW Uouiity t.'lirk ItnxiieiUInt! Alt'irnej t-bfflfT 4Uw'tr Aj-Mwir -lrMurr Cvmwr llibllc Ailinlnlitrator Join V. Kldwcll ThoauM F. O'Neal ftniuuel W, Hpeaia IIuri"7 K. Nvllt! Wwlcy C. 1 1trmiaa i:. K. Murk Win. T. H. Akmi CbarlM E. WUlMn l. U.U.rrir, ar. Vnil MonaAaa Jamna W, Johnaon JoUn A. Drndoii John H. Bojc Wra.H. StrpliftnvMi Vmutiu. Citt Orncliu. M.nr H.munl Duritol ll Clerk It. M. l.lrrr ;iljt AtHnii-r M. Llnnuy UlljTwwirT ITIrn Jmia t'ltf kUr,.l William Ijiic tweularmnvtiiKpi ul city cimnclt avrrtml and 4tli Ali'n liij nliilil. fOK'IKTIM. A, V. A A.M. -Vwwillli-a lxlftis No. 11T, rKiilar rimini'iMiontl'm tli...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 March 1907

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MIS80URI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAtt AND GENERAL NEWS. Eighth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning March 14 1907. No. 11. Spurlock Mercantile Establishment, stH Carry a full line General Merchandise. Come in and look through our Stock, you will find our prices on goods are below what you have been paying. Clothing. You can save money by buying a suit from us. Suits for Men, $2.50 and up. Boy's and Children's Suits at ridiculous low prices. Dry Goods and Notions. We have a full line Prints, Percales, Dress Goods, Domestic, Sheeting, Cotton Bats, &c. lOOO Pairs Shoes To select from. We have the shoes to sell you with a guarantee with every pair. Groceries. Flour, Meal, Smoked and Dry Salt Meats, Sugar-cured Hams, Breakfast Bacon, Lard, Fine Canned Goods, all kinds of Breakfast Foods, the Best Coffees and Teas. Car Baled Timothy Hay Easter Bonnets We will open witH our Spring and Summer Millinery, March 22 and 23. Needless to say the...

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. — 14 March 1907

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCrl, Publisher. I.VERSAIIXKS, MISSOURI. A Paris doctor "has Invented a jfcf.Tiiin tlint will stop gambling 1 Rridgo whist cures guaranteed. ) If tlif women liop It up some of the nu n will begin to suspect after a while tli.'it they waul to vote. ' Along with thu revival of old-fash lonod nightcaps ll might ho well to renew the carly-to-bed liahlt. Will the new six-wheeled automo hlle run over 50 ier cent, more peo ple than the four-wheeled hind? There seems to ho a widespread tendency to allow somebody else to muhe the dirt lly at Panama. Some ol the people who think the naval display at Jamestown will he too wnillke aic uttering belligerent protests. Of eonise we want to communicate with Mars If possible. The Martians are gieai eanal builders and we need their n'llM. Kal r U'ilhelm Is going to visit Alfon. o, perhaps for the purpose of telling Hiai young man how to make a hit in politics. The ilch are getting theirs at last .7. I'iMi.ont Morgan...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 March 1907

issouri legislature MAY ADJOURN MARCH 20. Appropriation Bills Introduced and Legislators Begin on Final Work. Tho appropriation bills, which bIiow an aggregate of something like $5,125,- 000, wero Introduced In the house Sat urday. When both branches of tho assembly have passed upon those IiIIIh the legislature will bo ready for final adjournment. It, will require from llf teen to eighteen dnyH to got these bills In readiness for signature, which would put tho slno dlo adjournmont about March 20. Tho 70day constitu tional limit expires March 12. Proportionately tho appropriations In tho aggregato for current biennial period aro no larger than tho aggro fAo of tho 19050G period, though tho figures scum to Indlcnto an increase of tnoro than $1,000,000. Two yearn ago neither the normal school at Mary vlllo nor tho ono at Springfield was Included In the lint of Btuto Instltu tloiiH. TIiIh year both aro In tho budget, each for $302,000, which alone nccountK for $001,000 of tho Increase. ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 March 1907

The Republican, (Successor to The Democrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in the Post OfSce at Versatile Missouri as second class mail matter SSubrcription Price $1.00 a Year Phons Na. 133. STILL STORE LOCAL NEWS. Sec the Men's Shoes for spring at the Famous. I ton. R. S. Harvey, president of the Dank of lildon, was in the city Monday on business. Wc arc going to have a city election jin Apiil 2d, as you will see by the Mayor's notice in another place .Now, who are you going to vote for? We arc having regular March weather, so far as dampness is con earned, but lack so far, the generally fierce March winds they may come later. If you want a suit made to measure that will fit and give satisfaction in every way, go to the Famous Clothing House. The worsted are all wool. The following ci tizens of Fortuna inc vicinity, were Versailles visitors Inst week: Miss Minnie Singer, Leon Thomas, Mr. Haywood, Jess and Junes Thiton, Mr. Hintze and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Willams and Jake si...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 March 1907

I m 39. m K. ENLOE, NT DENTIST. Advertising Rates, i plnplAy advertising, by the. ytur, to Avenge 01 ui:iw i incur. tciiis icr nioiiin. KTiiciu, ill ijislo. iviitr 11 iciiis iti line lor i i i ..1. .... 1 1 . ...i. ueni insertion, i lesal mlvertUlnc at Unit rate. ftMflil t-fttrt an ruiire advtrtiftempnlit. LOCAL NEWS. The best of every thing in the grocery line at Willams. Mason & Hardy building. n, jmiss mv KCiipr ones nn n visit j ...... WLCK LtJ HL. WllCrC NIK" Will i: iiuiv uu yuu iikc uur uitmur "Everything clean." in tn thi rPi1rritmn Ttv- V. 1 n ... nnrl OA o r. tn nf ffi.t n nfir-llL Short Crass Cnuntrv. Do you want Kxtra Good Meats? II so, we are killing something fancy. C. II. Mason, "Everything clean." Lumber yard. For Sale. On Frisco-Capital of three thousand. Making over twelve hundred per year. (Jood reasons helling. Ad: In care this office. Juilish Spavin Liniment removes all Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and blem ishes from horses, Mood Spavins, Curbs, Splints, S...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 March 1907

W. A. Mitchell, dealer la general merchandise, Martin, Ga., writes: "My wife lost In weight from 130 to C8 pounds. We Htiw she could not llvo Ions. She was ft skeleton, iio we consulted an old physician. He told her to try Peruna. "She gradually commenced Im proving and getting a little strength. Sho now weighs 100 pounds. She Is gaining every day, and docs her own housework and cooking." Don't Push The horse can draw the load without help, if you reduce friction to almost nothing by applying to the wheels. No other lubri cant ever made wears so long nmlsavesso much horsepower. Next time try Mica Axi.e Grease. Standard OH Co. Jaforprat4 SICK HEADACHE Positively cared by these Iitttlo Pills. They also rcllcro Dis tress from Dyijpcpsla, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating, A perfect rem edy tor DlulacHS. Nausea, Drowtlaef.1. Dad Tost In tUo Mouth, Coated Ton too. Pain In the Ride, TonPiD Li V Kit. They regulate tbo Bowels. Purely Vegetable SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE Genuino Mus...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 March 1907

i Jt JIID.WINTEH VERDICT. Ft Sunshine All Winter," Is Whftt p Western Canada Lady 8aya. Maidstone, Saak., Canada, Feb. 4, 1907. J, Brotifihton, Esq., Canadian Government Agent, Chicago, III. Dear Sir: Being bo well pleased with Canada wo wish my father nnd brother to come here. Will you please uend them reading matter on Canada. Wo have been hero nearly a year and are delighted with this country. Wo havo lived In Illinois, Iowa, and Michigan nnd wo And Canada away ahead of any of them. Wo havo had bright sunshine nil winter so far, only two nice, easy snow storms. If It was not all right you know I would not want my father and brother to como here, but wo think It Is grand. Yours truly, (Signed) MRS. ED. TltOUPE. Took Sensible View of Life. Llndley Murray, the grammarian, a native of "Pennsylvania, who died In 182C, had views of life that wore qulto as correct as his principles of KnglUh grammar. He wrote: "I was persuaded that a truly sincere mind could bo at no loss to discern the...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 March 1907

i DIRECTORY. Tihm or hiujuko cotjrr, mrniitt rourt-SM lfnbiy In April and kid Hon tltr Ki Aui'tsH and Iwmber, Probab eourt-lnd Monday In February, Ma and N'jrftnlK-r, and 4tU Myndaj Hi Anguat, Kuimtr court' tint Monday In robniary, May, Amrw aivi Novamlier. Hk'iik OoOmtt Ornctiu, trrlitUu( Indira JudxA 1st Dtatrtrt ImlgaSnd District JwIka ijI Probata rUnull Clerk and Itacordcr Ovunt Utark PcsiucuUntf Attorn Mliartff JouV-tor Anw'ir Ti''irur Coroner Public Administrator Murreyur John D.KIdwrll Thomas F. O'Kaal Samuel W, flprurs Iiorrer K. Nevllti) Wesley O. Thomas K. K. Burk Wro. T. . Are (Juarlea K. Wlllaon D. C. Hard, r, Pred Mouses lum W. Johnson Jolin A. Braden John 8. Boyee Wm. II. Stephenson Viiku.i.11 Cm OrnuuiM. Maor Samuel Daolel My Clark R. M. Llfma !lt Attorney H. M. Mtesuy Ollln-wurer PrlcsWonea ).'u7 Marslwl William Imcy IP-gul ir tii'atlno id rlt iduim-II every Jnd and 41b M'lii-lay tilafttta. SOi'tznia. A. T. 4 A, M.Vemalllea I,od-e, No. 117, regular cniiiiniiiilcstlon...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

r if Morgan County ican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RXfLOAD XND GENERAL NEWS. I 'Eighth Year. Versailles, MoM Thursday horning, March 21, 1907. . ... No. 12. Republ P.. 1-4 1 if. ,s I w Another Big Clay Plant For Versailles. The Ouachita Pottery Company, of St. Louis, Will Estab lish A Million Dollar Plant 'In, (6r Near, Ver sailles, Dwarfing All Other 'Deals :Ever Made In Mor gan County. The Missouri Cannel Coal Company Sells Their Morgan Coun ty Holdings, Retaining Their Miller County Tracts. Th Consummation of This Dl Juatiftaa h Prediction Mad By Thla Papr a ynr Arfo. That Vrastlla Would Bocomo Famous For Hor Clays. IT HAS COME SOONER It has been known for some time that a deal was in progress relative to the transfer of a part of the holdings of the Missouri Cannel Coal Company, hut nothing definite was known until Tuesday of last week, when the gentle men interested in the deal met in the office of the Company in this city. The meeting was for the purpose o...

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 March 1907

r ft 1 MYSTER CLEARED DISCHARGED NEGRO SOLDIER AD MITO PARTICIPATION. ATTACK RESULT OF ALLEGED INJURY After Encounter with White Man, He Returned to Camp and Armed Hlrruelf. i from tliu Twun- u, Oil tliu people (if a , on Aug. 13, laat . ..-ared tiii, according ;ii Sunday by tho Gal- (JalvoHton, Texas Tlio deep fliynlciy hiiiKiiiiiill.'i.; tliu alleged raid of tliu iicf.ro (( ly-lllth lui .. i; llrownsvlll , i year, him l m to u story p.un voston Nowm. After Heven mouths of Investigation by Cedei.'il uuthorltlcM, wliut appcurs to bo tliu true version of tliu crime Imu been Beciiied fiom It. C. Oray, ono of tliu (Uncharged soldiers, who udiuits that he partially iartleliuted. The man Iiiih been living In Gal veHton a hugo portion of the tlmo iilnce lie wus (Uncharged from tho army hood alter the outrage. Attack Not Premeditated. According to his statement, the at tack wus not proinedlliited, Ijiit was Hie roHult of an alleged Injury done fine or the HolillerH by a while man In IIiowi...

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 March 1907

J -;q to let him die. Message Sent by Farmer 'rated In Duslnesi Deal. o old colony town of Scltuato, i., oiico lived Deacon J , who a yoke of oxen ho desired to .1. Tho news reached tho ears of 1irmv T , who lived In another portion of tho town, who was In wnnt of a ialr, l!o ho visited tho deacon, who mot lilm with u gracious kiiiIIo and led him to tho oxen, which wcro rhuwlng their cuds und to nil appear ances ready for nny amount of toll. After Homo bargaining a difference of llvo dollura remained. Finally tho dcacan Bald: "1 am old nnd feohlo, and nhall not llvo long, ami flvo dol lars will ho of no account," ho tho bargain waa made. Farmer T took tho oxen t ime. They proved worthless), could not work, and had licen heated. Ho felt provoked at being Hold, and, seeing a person tho next dny who waa going to tho patt of tho town whom tho deacon lived, Bald: "Von tell Deacon J ho need not llvo another d d mlnuto longer on my account." TACK THIS UP. Simple Advice Which May Provo of U...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

4 I- The Republican, (Successor to Tuk Democrat.) W. W. KINLOCH;. Proprietor. Entered in Hie Post Office at Versailles, Missouri 0 second clas mail matter, Jjubrcri'ption Price 100 a Vear. 'Phonr No. 1D5 K City Ticket. A friend, an old resident of Vcr .4 illc5, of large financial interests in UiC city, and1 one who is- heart andi .iil for everything' that wilt- hel our town, and! push her to the front, handed' us the following list as his hoicc for mayor and' aldermen at the ..tty elaction. to be held" next Tuesday rt'-ek. Tliey are: E. A. Crewson for in-iyor; H. A. Voung and F. D: Har- unu for aldermen for the east ward, j;id I'. H. Antweiler for alrfer rmn for the west ward. In our opinion our friend' made no mis-m-i',. He assures us they will serve, ,f lected. The are all honorable, i,iriglit. fcarles citizens, who will do diir whole duty, men who ever work, ,n aton-and'out of season, for Ver . litcs unil'Mbrgan County, and with ii';e men in office Versailles will take i:r placs ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

. ENLOE, iinrNT nrMTlST. 'Prion 74. m RoMtnt 'I'liotu 3B. Advertising Rates. Di'plny nrfvcrtlnliiR, by the yr. to intrude four incliri or more, HVjC. per Inch encti Ikmii-. I'rofeniuiinl canln, one liicli, ftO cvuli per lnont)i;tui luctiri, 7j cent 'r montli. I,ncul five linn, or over, 5 centu per line for ftr.t liiiertiuiii IJ-Jc. per line fur encli (tiWqiient insertion, In Mack type ID rent per line for firnt (nterlinu, S cenU per line for each auhte quetil iiKcttiun. I,e(at ailverllalnK at legal ratei. Heelnl ratci on tKe artverlliemeiiU. m LOCAL NEWS. The best of every tiling in the grocery line at Willams. Mason & Hardy building, I want some cheap hill land, im proved or timber, also some cheap .small prark farms. K. A. Crcwson. Everybody works at our house, therefore, we can sell meals and gro ceries at the right prices. Figure ex penses. The man who dances pays the fiddler. C. II. Mason, "Kverything dean." The subject at the League next Sun day will be Total Abstinence. T...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher. VERSAILLES, : MISSOURI. An Ohio clergyman was arrested just after niairylm; IiIh tlilrtconth wire, Thirteen always was an unlucky num bor. Thoodoie 1. Shouts, who Is pres untly to ri'form Hie street earn of New York, generally rides In a cab him self. Every now ami then Europe do mandu certain assurances that tho kaiser has leally lived down hlo pasl as a war lord. Ilrltlsh women are going back to nightcaps. No, It Is not the kind grandfather iihch! to lrlnk, lint tho kind grandmother used to wear. Seoiciary Wilson of the department of agriculture! la the nestor of the eau Inet and is the only member who was one of tin- original group at the be ginning of .Mr. .MeKlnley's udmlnls tratlon. King Edward hlniHelf may have been much surprised when he discov ered In IiIh speech a few knocks for the hon-e of lords. Doubtless he will hponk to Hie man who wrote It and tell him lo be moie careful next time. I'lesldent Haer of tin: Heading ra...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

I Missouri Legislature LEGISLATIVE NOTE8. Tho grain weighing bill, which was a special order In the senate for Thursday, was crowded out of placu by appropriation billy, tho senate working tintll nflor li o'clock Thursday nlfht to clear it m docket of matter of that Mud, Something like ?0,00D.00(I tt'un disposed of In thu bills acted llIO!l, Tho Pombortoii dramshop bill Is dead. Thursday night's caucus reve lations neessltnt -d another pow-wow, which was hold Friday morning, and one of tho results was tho hounding it tho Poniberton's hill i c:riilctn. A jnsolutlon offered by Uoprosoiitutlvo lilggs, of Schuyler, that all IiIIIh on thu inlcndur for I'ngiohsnicnt be laid on flic table, prevailed. (iov. Kolk Thursday aflcruoon re turned to tho house, with Ills approval, tile following appropriation bills: For tho payment of Interest on school cer tificates of indebtedness; for tho sup port o'f the public schools; for tho as sessment and collection of fliu rev enue, for the pay of the ci...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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