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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 May 1907

t ' 3Ef. Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCri, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURL No youth without a catcher' glort can expect to mako un Irnpreutna o thu public. Hut some people havliTiupposed that very perfect lady always carried a rut onto tht! slicet car. Tlio now i;ovT!ior of Jamaica Ib said to bo "affable ami democratic." Cora jiaratlvely speaking? A bundled years ago two enterpris ing merchants were ducked one for very missing ounce. . Oxford Ih to confer tho degree of bachelor of letteis on Mark Twain. Oxford can't expect any gift from King Leopold. There are h!i widows In Dowdoln Inrn, Me., a village of 1,300 Inhabit ants. Tho youngest b 29, tho oldest widow Ih U'j yearn old. As If there were not enough street jierllB on wheels already, a prominent physician advises Htoiit elderly men itj bo In for roller skating. Swlribotrrrie, the Kngllsh poet, who lias Jiitit panned Ills seventieth birth ,e)ay annlversaiy, Ih writing u trag edy based on Caesar liorgla. Andrew Carnegie h...

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. — 30 May 1907

rxfD lAttNMCRCiFT CHAPTER V. Continued. X told him of my experiences In the morning, Inking caro not to omit a slnglo detail of what I had observed In my Interview with elthor Carney or 'Hobbs. When I had flnlBhod ho re marked, with equal brevity: "Well, what of It?" That's the way with MacArdell Ho can bo, and usually Is, the most exasperating follow that ever lived. "What of it!" I exclaimed. "There's a deuced lot of It, I tell you! I want to ilnd out what this fellow Is doing and got him to leave It alone. If you had over seen his sister and could under stand, nn I do, tho doHolateneHB of her position, -you'd bo as anxious as I am to reform him." "Woman In tho case, of courso," murmured MacAr'dol Hoftly, taking a deep puff of smoke which ho held In his mouth for 0 moment and then blew out slowly In a long thin cloud. This In one of tho most Insulting things that a man can do, and MacAr del knows It perfectly well. I was In clined to knock him down, hut I think too much of him for...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 May 1907

The Republican, - (Successor to Thr Dkmocrat.) W. W. KINLOCHi. ProprlMMR. 'A " nterirf iri the 1V Office afVeiMHIe-, MiMtnri'at-second' dM mart matter. !hibrtfltfon Price, Thim No. 183. AtfrertlalNg Rates. Iispra?arlerti1ti;, bjrlhsrjrtar so aver? four lticlieor moff, svje. pftm.7l'eH Smu. ITofcwIontl curili, one loch, SO rttsla- iter woiithjtwrvlBil, Jjents per month. Localsfite Mr., or over, 5 ccnU per line for Jitst InMtllW. S'v'r Pr lli for each stibtetitnt liisertloa Titi tfplCCcr per line for flrit InMntcwSccnd per lor etch iuIik riuent Insertion, I,tf 1 alvrttiiiiiR t leiral rales. Special rat? on pane adrertl.emenU. We, notice thiil. a number o comi ties get' a' tetter rate on daily balances of county money than Morgan county gets-, probably for the reason that money "easier" here. The fol lowing-, arc- anong: some of' the high est:' Christian county, 6.3 per cent; Stoddard, 4H-8; Callaway, 4.51; Madison, 2.50. Tin: tiff buMness of Morgan county it. amnming large proportions...

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. — 30 May 1907

M1 H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Ofltt RttUance 'Phona 89. t m LOCAL NESVS. C. H. Price wants youf Produce. Karly iireakfast Coffee best on earth at K. A. William?. Family washings made a specialty tit the Steam laundry. The best o( every thing in the grocery line at Willams. Mason & Hardy building. Mrs. J. W. Willson, wif6 of the popular west side undertaker, left Tuesday morning for a short visit with relatives and friends near Mo- tiprltf. lfacf trt I ntaf' aAfa 1 f C I IU. III I just received at Carl Biersach's On The Cornr. Attorneys Wray and Gibbs had a case before Squire Cooper, of Miller county, last week, (Jibbs for the plf., winning his case after a long drawn out battle, June 14th is Flag Day, the anni versary of the first Star Spangled llanncr. As the day will be celebrat ed everywhere we suppose Versailles will take notice and be in line. Otle of the finest sales rooms in Central Missouri will soon be, com pleted. This is the new room which liohling, the jewler, is...

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. — 30 May 1907

Nothing I Ate Agreed With Me. MES. 1EN0RA J30DENHAMEE. Mis. T.i'iioni liodfnhamcr, R. P. D. 1. llux Vi, Ki'nicrsii ir, N. C, writes: " I suttcrcd with stomach trouble nnt inillcsliiiii for Minn- t nit;, and nothing that I ate nt'iccil Willi nit'. I nan very nervous mid fipfni'iicfd n continual ft-fling of uneasiness and fear. I took int'ilicilii! rum tin: lioctur, but it dlil mo no good, " I found in oin' of your I'criina hooks n description of inv svmptoins. I then wroti! to Dr. Ilrirtiniin for atlvlrc. Ho hiiiil I IiimI c.'i'iiitIi of 11k; stomach. I took 1'iTiiiia ami Miiniiliri ami followed his directions and can now hay that I feel ns wi'll us I ! er diil. " I hope that all who nre nllliclcd witli tin; haiiii'hyiiiptouiN " ill tuku I'crutia, as it has certainly cured inc. " Thcaliovi' ison v on- of litmdroilN who hiivo written Mini ar letters to Dr. Ilartnian. .lust one such ease as this entitles IVnuiu tollie candid consider ntion of every one s mihirly alllictetl. If this he ...

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. — 30 May 1907

IkulKifllJIJLIURE GRAPE GROWING. Girdling the Vines Enlarge Fruit but Injures the Flavor. In reference to tho grapes here nhown, which were grown in Litch field' county, Conn., Vao grower was very careful to make plain that ho (iocs not onllnurlly believe In girdling Kraiius. It causes tho fruit to grow much beyond ltu natural size, but the quality Is never Improved and Is usu- I wAflT BKvKaHaaabVryiJBniLl Girdled Grapes. Injured, says Now Ungland Home Btcud. In tho saino paper Prof. Uul ley writes of the bt-Ht tlmo to trim grape vlnes( an follows: "Tho beifl tlmo to trim grapes la early winter. Days can then bo select ed that arc mild and the ground dry. It can be done at any tlmo before tho vines start In the spring. If trimmed after tho sap starts they may, run or bleed badly. Do not, however, omit the trimming If the work has been left so late, as the surplus wood left ofi tho, vine would do far more damage than tho bleeding from ono year's trimming. When done In early winter, t...

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. — 30 May 1907

a L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner room on second . floor over Pint National, Hank, VrsaUkis, Mo. Prompt service anil first-clas work to all patron, Phone 37. Room 6 Maton ft Hcrdy Iflldg. Clms. V, Kavanugh, Notary, Keal F.state Insurance and Loan. DIRECTORY. Iinuor Munra cotrkr. Circuit court Sid )toiay,lti AVrllnhd Jnd Mori lii Auiju-l mirl iMi-rw.ior. I'rulnilc rouii -'.'ml Monday In rrlmiary, May mi J rCormlrr. mil (Hi Mynday hi Atia-nt. (Vtiiritjr rnutt -Klmt MimiUy In I'elirnary, Muy, .Ai.iriiH and NuiimilK'r. Moaua-t INttruTT OrricitM. 1'nHdliiu Jmlifi .Ju.lnr lt Id.trl' t JucltM Vml lilltlrt Jlilt!!f Hiilat- UUrcult .rk and Itwoidiir Count Clirk I'riMurutltiK Atlonir .. CfiBPrVlt AiwHtir . Tri-.wun-f .(Hnincr ,l'till Aitiulnl'trmur -MUTOfl" " Jolltl I). KldWlll Tlmtniu P. O'Neill Kaionrl W. hp-Mini Jlrty K. Nellli WimtrrCTtMiftwil K. K. Ilni-k t Wlu. T. 8. Alter Cbnrln K. IIImmi John At Hmnmrf 'rfl MoiurM tanj-j W, Jolin-uiri .Mm A. Untdrn Jli ii H. Uujrm Wi. It. b...

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. — 6 June 1907

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Versailles, MoM Thursday Morning, June 6, 19t)7. No. 23. REMOVING SALE! Q AAA Twenty-five Thousand Dollars' Worth QT AAA j9WJ Qf Up.to.date Merchandise. AT YOUR MERCY. JfWWVy II I T D new Store Building' is being' V IV fast completed, and we will soon be compelled to undertake the large task of moving'. In order to avoid part of this work we Have decided to place our en tire Stock of Spring, Summer, and also Fall Goods, at prices which will be of great service to us in disposing of Thousands of Dollars worth of Merchandise in the next few weeks. See the Elegant Dress Goods, of the Latest Styles, we are selling at 50c. per yd. and up. Indif Linens, Nainsooks and Dimities at less than Wholesale Prices. Wash Goods of all kinds at prices less than the Manufacturers can produce them. Our stock of Clothing is at your mercy Better come and see what we can do for you before you buy. See the Pr...

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. — 6 June 1907

Morgan County Republican V. W. KINLOCH, Publisher! VnU.XAU. !.!, MIHHOI'Itl gJL - ' In order to lialk the muckrakers, the 111:111 who gavo 11.200.000 to Princeton university concealed uuinc. bis 1'nrlH cah horses work only every other lny ami aro fed on tho days they woik only, not on tho dayB they "rest." A New Voik woman ha been par alyzed while listening at the tele phone. Sonic one must have cut Iooho at centinl for bmto. It Iiiih been computed that there aro 12,000.000.0011 In gold nnd Jewels at the bottom of the sea on tho routo between Knglund and India. A marriage epidemic In a Pennsyl vnnla town thicntuiiB to close the schools for lac k of teachers who have succumbed to Us ravages. And thero Is no amount of theory, educational system of legislation which wilt keep Cupid fiom InteiferltiB with tho best laid plans of wheel boards and peda gogical cxpcits A Frenchman has Invented a pro cess of subjecting oats, wheat, ryo and other (deals to currents of hot air, which picsctvcs...

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. — 6 June 1907

lAimrcttaFT " CHAPTER VII. A Misplaced Joke. Tho door watt Bccurcly locked and boiled on tho InHlde, as I liad loft it the night before, nnd a most thor ough search dlncloned no other door opening Into tho room, nnd no pos sible plnco of concealment for any thing of tho bulk of n mini. Tho thought of a concealed opening In tho celling over tho bed naturally Hiiggosted ItHelf to tny mind, hut noth ing of tho Hort existed nml a moment's examination with a towel on the end of 11 walking stick hIiowciI n layer of diiKt which evidently hud not been dis turbed for yearn. In abort tho presence of tho envel ope on my bed neomcd to bo shrouded in mystery of tho most Impenetrable kind; but even It was exceeded In Its Incomprehensibility by tho aston ishing contents of the note. My love for Florence Carney wn8, 1 had thought, a secret burled deep In my own breast. Surely I hnd never told It in nil the years that 1 had cherished It ho fondly, nnd, on one occasion nt least, 1 had denied It flatl...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 6 June 1907

The Republican, (Successor to Tilt Dkmockat.) W. W. IUNLOCH, rroprletor. Bntcrcd in the It Office at Veratillcs, Missouri as second class mail matter. Subscription I'rice, $1.00 a Yeu, 'Fhtna Mm. IBS. AdvertUHag Rates. Iif.Uy arlveallalng, hy the year, to ri(( fluir Inthn ot more, t',c. pr Inch each la.ue, I rofeMitoal tarda, one Inch, SO centa tier mualh Ik Inchff, 7j centt par month Itocala-'ite Mnf, or over, .1 tenia par line for fiiit lnri:u i!c. per Hue for each uteiietit iiMitivu In tilatk type 10 centa per line for trl iawrlioa 5 centa per line for each u1 iUf l in'titim f.f l ailee mala K lf4t ratea, vHcil rate mi xe adrertlaemetila Any Pool. Can Knook.. lion t critKi't jour netghtiOM' fault, tin nutter what they 'lo IXyO't toli'.ule the mmti, or malign the thtiwn lew Dta't think yuuraelf . renaot for thr 'Illy human flotk rdut remember a )ou b that any foul cuti knock. (Hu t laiirh Kt tli.ne who make ralatake and t n in .tr on the way, . fryoucre apt to follow them, anil at...

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. — 6 June 1907

m TV ir nu r An n. iv. criLiUCi, RESIDENT DENTIST. Olflc 'plion Rildni: 'I'hoe 89. s m LOCAL -NEWS. J ('. H. Price wants your Produce. K.tr)y Hrcaltfast Coffee best on earth at K. A. Williams. xl us do your job printing, first d iss work and reasonable prices. The wooden awning along the I.utnpcc block on North Monroe Mrect is being taken down to be re placed with the up-to-date sort. The best of every thing in the grocery line at H'illams. Mason & Hardy building. Wan ra A girl for general house work with a good family in St. Louis, at good wages. Address John Was M'ncs, Versailles, Mo. The latest in Ladies' belts, just received at Carl W. Bjersach's On The Corner. Henry Dusky brought us a load of wood last week, thinking we might need it this cold weather, and we ran sec where he was right. Home grown strawberries are com ing in, and .selling at 15 cents a box. They look as if the cold weather had about chilled the life out of them. How about the beef investigation? No beef tru...

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. — 6 June 1907

7 CORNERSTONE LAID IN ST.PAUL CEREMONIES AT FOURTH CATHE DRAL OF ST. PAUL IS WIT NESSED BY OVER 30,000. COMPLETED IN FOUR YEARS The Structure Will Probably Surpasi Any Other American Church In Architectural Distinction and Oeauty. Ht. Paul, Minn I ho cornerMonc of tlio fourth r;tllnli;il of St. Paul, which, when rfitnpl' lfil four yciirjt henro, will juoh.'ilily hiiri:ii-h any other Aincrlcnn rlmrrli In iircliltictur.'il distinction anil lieiiuty, wiih laid Siitnlay afternoon. rarflcliantH In ' ren-tnuny rom jirlw-d Arclilil-h'M'!- Ireland of Ht. I'aul, Keiiiii- of I)iiImiiii'. qttlnl;y of Clil niKo and f ln ls of Oregon City; tin; Mdhops of Wli.'in:', Kt. Cloud mill Uil tilth, .Minn.; Slonx I'allH and l'ad, H. I)., find l-'au'o, N. I)., and u m-ore of other bishops fioin wirlotin Ktati'H and 200 ii ii'Ht h. A Ion' tlil notable group group of i-rcli-sla-tlcs worn K.ithf-rcd 30,000 laymen. The ceiemorilcK fol lowed a review by An-liliiiliop Ireland mid IiIh gii'Htn at the cathedral; ...

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. — 6 June 1907

J HINTP KOR THE HOUSEWIFE. Alcoliol will roinovo cnndlo gronso. All vegetables should ho put Into boiling water. A liniHli lliic(l In Rait water should bo used In clcnnliiK bamboo furniture. All corks should bo washed, thor oughly ilrlcil and kept for any future uhu. Varnished woodwork can bo easily cleaned mid brightened with emtio oil.. If you wIhIi to peel onions and keep cheerful take off the skins under wa ter. A Utile raw linseed oil rubbed upon a stovepipe will stop rust; cover the plncen with u little blacking ami pol lab. When running brass rods through window curtains, put nn old clove fin ger over the end that In lining pushed thrnugb the liem. Unless this Is done the material is apt to tear. 2us burners, like other things, are apt to get dirty. Very often there Is (iilte a llttb: collection of rubbish ou them, and If this Is eli-ared away the iuipioveiiieiit In the light Is very no ticeable. Halt moistened with vinegar will re move burnt marks from enameled snueepiitm an...

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. — 6 June 1907

9. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in cottier rooms on second floor over 1'irst Nation! Bank, VerBttillB Mo. Prompt service and first-class work to alt patrons, l'hone XI. Phone 26;. Room 6 Muon & Hardy llldg. Chas. W. Knvanugh, Notary Heal KUe, Insurance and Loans. DIRECTORY. Ttvrior homttwo 04111. 'flltrull court 3rit Vmi In Ain-ll and 9ml Mon .day In A)iiriitttri1 li-mV-r. Probalfl court -2nl Monday In FnbtiMtJ, May and 'Knrnnb.tr, ati'l alii My n44j In Aiut'i't rVwrnty court I'lM Mini In Wiri7, Mart AilCnat ant NoTittnlx'r Mnviaff (,'ruvri Ornoitl. fmelittng JikIr Jo-It" I"' INMrkl Jadarajrul DIMrl't iliidtt: of ProbaVi Circuit Clrk end lfcwrdr .County Or rrotur.uttng Attorney WieTlfr OOartor Cnfohof J'nhllc AaMnlnlitrator .arvrnr John V. Rldwf II YliomM F. 'NI hamiinl W. flpwara Harny K. NetllUi Wealey c. TLnmM V. K. Iluck Wm. T. H. An Cbarfot C. WllUon John A. HamuirJ Frnd MnnarM Jam) W, Johnaon John A, Hradrn Johns. Boy Wm. It. SU-plierisnri Viuiiu.u Cirr OrricMM. Major ...

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. — 13 June 1907

4 r - . - 4 if? " County Reptibl ican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Eighth Year Versailles Mo., Thursday Morning, June 13, 1907. No. 24. JUNE CLEARING SALE! You Can Economize By Keeping Your Eyes On Our June Sale. In order to be able to wait on our customers we will have a Special Sale on each day of the week, during June, and these days we will sell at Cost all goods advertised. Also every day Special Fire Sale of Shirtings, last indigo, regular 12 l-2c. goods, will go at & l-3c. They are clean as a ribbon, except now and then slightly scorched on the side, but not enough to hurt. If you need good shirtings don't miss this sale. Monday. 240 pieces Gingham and Madras Cloths, and 100 pieoes White Goods, the best brands in the market. Amoskeag and Renfrew Imperial Ohambrays, Park Hill Fabrics, Lanoaster White Goods, 15 pieoes of Dimities, No. 1 Indian Linnens, Nainsooks, English Long Cloths, Linnen Finish Costume Cloth, Mer cerized Good...

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. — 13 June 1907

Morgan County Republicai W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher. Vi:i!HAII.I.i:H, - - MIHHOUtll How cuti a woman be chairman of anything. New York produce more hops than any other American state. While lli- nlrHhlji races arc In pi-ogres tlio wise- spectator will stand from under. Striking bell boys In Now York nro kicking on their meals, an Infringe ment on Hi" pierogntlve of the pa trotiH. - Docs anyone Htill Imagine that wealth guaiatitees tho happlnoHB of homes? If so, let him read the news a few years. It will soon be time for Uncle Mark Twain to exchange thut winter whlto suit for a Hiiiiimer fur overcoat. It pays to advertise. Hemy .lames says he never heard an American woman say "thank you." Then, doubtless. Henry never earned that little rewind. According to a physician, an ugly nose Indicates a large brain. Not riecessailly. It may Indicate lack of .skill behind the hat. Probably that Wabash minister who nus dedicated his seven hundredth church has not had time to notice the alleged dec...

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. — 13 June 1907

LAttNErcnoFT CHAPTER IX. Two Ghosts. Aa ho apoko MncArdol reached for bla cigar caso and my eyo followed his hand to the tablo beside which wo both stood and where I nad seen him lay It only a moment before. It had vanished as completely aa If the earth had swallowed It up. Instinctively I sprang back and closed tho door with a bang, while MacArdel was goliiK through his pock ets In a bewildered sort of a way that wan ludicrous to witness. "Tho thing's gone!" said MacArdel, ns he finished IiIh search. "I wouldn't hnvo taken an oven hundred for It!" "Thcso mysterious occurrences aro usually explained In a very simple manner, when all Is nnld and done," I observed, dryly. "Doubtless we'll havo no trouble In finding out what became of It." "Oh, dry up!" snld MacArdel, Im politely, as was his wont. "Tho door was only open about six Inches," I continued. "Nobody could have come In." "Or gono out," said MacArdel. "Well," I went on, "It's shut now. "fluppoBO we hnvo a look about." Without ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 June 1907

The Republican, (Successor to Th Democrat.) W. Wv KiNLOCH, Proprietor. Entered' in the Tost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second aiass mail matter. Kubscriplion Trice Jl.00 a Ye. Phoitsr Urn. IB3 Advertising Rates. Display nrtvertlilriK, bjrthe jrr. lo average IVmr Incite or more, HJjc. per Inch ch lsir. l'rotrMil cuttU, one lach, SO' cents pr nnntli;twWnchfi, tyeetits pr moolli. localsfive line, or ovtr. 5 cents pr lln for fir-l Itucrtion, ?'c. per lint for each utttcqucrit riiscttion. In Mack type 10 eenta per tine for Ariit intertioB, Scents per line for each aubaf qxent litntttion, l.egml'ailverrtiinRat'lenaTratea. Special Meson page adreriUementa. Tiikkk is a cheaper way of getting ttt Kansas City than by paying the despised' railroads two csnts per mile, and that is to walk to Hoonville and take the steamboat going up the Missouri when it goes. Tire greatest race of the time is that between Kansas City for a new Union depot and St. Jxuis for a free bridge over the Mississi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 13 June 1907

!ftt!f H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. E OffiM 'Ption 74. RuMnc 'PIiom 80. LOCAL NEWS. C. H. Price wants your. Produce. Pants cleaned and prcisck at the Liundry. Early Breakfast. Coffee best on earth at E. A. Williams. Let us do your job printing, first class work and reasonable prices, J. S. Boyce, public administrator, was over to Stover Tuesday on business. The best of every thing in the grocery line at Willams. Mason & Hardy building. O. W. Miller, keeper of the county farm, while in the city Friday, ordered the RkpucLICAn lor a year. Wanted A girl for general house work with a good family in St. Louis, at good wages. Address John Was- hung, Versailles, Mo. John Rains, of Pueblo, Colo., is yisiting his mother, Mrs. Wash Hutchinson, of south of town, who is seriously sick. The latest In Ladies' belts, just received at CARL W. BlERSACH'S On The Corner, While there was really no danger of Versailles running short on babies, now that we have a Short baby, we will never be short o...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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