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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 September 1906

More About the Two Handsome FaBhlon's decrees arc In the main whimsical anil uncertain, and the best laid plana of manufacturers and mer chants "Bang aft a Bloy," for they un derstand hotter than anyono elso the uncertainty as to the success of any new tints and new designs In materials In winning the popular favor. One of the novelties may fall entirely, and may ho popular, a third may ho chic for to he popular and to he chic mem two very different thlngn, nud things qulto Incompatible. A color or mate rial may be smllod upon by the ultra modish nt the opening of tho season and may promptly find favor with tho crowd. Promptly the color becomes cnldcm Ic and the fashionable woman shuns It as she would tho plague; but a certain percentage of American women, and by no means a small percentage, will always Jump at tho first novelties In stead of waiting to see what colors and materials win acceptance with tho few who keep closely In touch with fash Ion's best. Tho reds havo distinct Im...

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. — 20 September 1906

The Republican, (Successor to Tuts Dkmockat.) W. W. K1NL0CH, Proprietor. .Intel cd in the Post Oflice at Versailles, Missouri as secoinl class mail matter. inbrcription Trice f 1 .00 u Year 'Phone No. 105. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. 'lor Supt. l'ulilic Ins J.U. While t'or Ky. and W. II. Com. .H. W l'lcntge .!or Congress W. 1. IJuigley 'lor State Senator H. A. Crew-son Rcpulilcan County Ticket. tior Representative K. A. Norfleet t'or County Clerk I'.. K. Iluck l!or Circuit Clerk ami Recorder. ...... ,W. C. Thomas I'or Collector I'eterJ. Siegcl I'nr Sheriff C K. Wlllsoll i'or Prosecuting Att'y. . . .W. T. S. Agec I'or Presiding judge John Kidwell 'or Probate Judge II. H. Neville l or Treasurer J. W. Johnson I'or Coronsr J. A. llradcn I'jr Surveyor W. K. Stevenson 'tor County Judge I'irst District Henry S. Inge ("or Countiy Judge- Second District S. W. Spears .Prcd Keek Township Ticket I'or Justice of the Peace . . . . Iaw Creek Township.. I'or Justice of the I'e.-tce. . . . Moreau Towns...

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. — 20 September 1906

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Just received, u nice assortment uf Tab lets mid Scholars' Companions, W. N. GIJ.SON. J. I!. Myrick, with the Oliver Type writer Co., was in this city Wednes day looking after business. The city was in darkness again Tuesday night, but we hope to em erge from darkness into light tonight. If you are. looking for good Coffee, just try "Gilson's Itlcml," the best on the market for the money. V. N. OII.SON. Attorney A. 15. Knipineyer was in Memphis, Tenn., several days last week, transacting legal business in connection with the Missouri Cannel Coal Company. l'or the best aild freshest Hoods, go to tlie "I'AJ.ACK CROCISRY." We have no old goods on our shelves to offer you at half price, hut can uhvnys furnish you with the best and freshest that money can buy, at reasonable prices and the best is always the cheapest. Come and be convinced. W. X. GII.SON. A NEW BANK FOR VERSAILLES. Dr. Hubbard will open a private bank at this place in the near future, lie was in St. Loui...

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. — 20 September 1906

A NERVOUS WRECK Mr. Green Gained 28 Pounds and Recovered Her Health by Taking Dr. Wllllame' Pink Pill. General debility in a term Hint covcri a multitude of canes where there in no acute disease, yet tlio patient continues to loso strength mid tlio doctor'M medi clues linvo nonppareiit cfTcct. Thin is tlio declliio Hint leads to death if means are not found to check it. In a Brent ninjority of vahen Dr. Williams' Pink Pill will check it nnd restore Health nnd strength been lire thoy actually innko now blood and so send renewed vitality to every organ mid tissuo of tlio foody. Mm. H. A. Green, whose address I Box 2!), K. F. I). No. 4, Franklin, On., aavs: "For three and a Imlf ycats I suffered with weakness and nervous nohn. coinnlieatctl with Htomacli trouble. At times I was nonllned to my bed for period ranging from threo weeks to two mouths and wns under tlio phyKician'H euro most of tho tlinn Tor tliroo yearn. I do not know tho cuiimj of my trouble but I wiih prostrated with weak...

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. — 20 September 1906

SUMMER WHEAT MIDGE. Description and Habits of Thlt Enemy of the Wheat Plant. Prof. II. A. Gossan), entomologist of thu Ohio Htatlun, says: The Hy, which 1m n close relatlvo of the Hci-slan fly, Is a very Hmall, deli cate Insect, appearing on the wing some time In June, usually about the dote when the flrellles llrst appear anil the bloBsoms of tho locust trees are fadltiK and fallliiK to the ground. Tho c'KKs are laid In a cavity or gioove nt tho upper end of the outer most chhff, bo that the young maggots on hutching can readily reach tho In cipient kernel. These reddish larvae Imbibe nourishment from thu milky kernel, ceasing to feed after tho grain becomes hard. When full grown they seek ihu earth, generally by crawling down the stalk when It Is vet with (low or by sliding down In a raindrop, doing about one-half an Inch beneath tho tu i face, they make cocoons not Wheat Midge (Olplotla trltlcl), a, fe male fly; b, male fly; c, larvae from below, larger than mustard seeds, very d...

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. — 20 September 1906

Premium List Continued. CATTLE SHOW. 84 Hulls, 2-ycars old and over, any breed, 1st COO, 2d 2.50, given by Alf Heineman. 84 Hulls, 1 year old, any breed, 1st 5.00, Riven by J W Knoop, dealer in general merchandise ; 2d 2.50, Gibbs iS: Knipmeycr, attorneys and ab's. 85 Cows, three years and over, any breed, 1st 5.00, 2d 2.50, given by Kidwell & Wingct, dealers in implements and hardware. 80 Heifers, 2 years old, any breed, 1st 5.00, 2d 2.50, given by F I) Harrison, the real estate man. 87 Calves, six months old or under, any breed, either sex, 1st 5.00, 2d 2.50, given by C I) Hunter, dealer in drugs and school books. ('.HUMAN COACH HORSK Owned by O H Petty. 88 Third annual colt show. Uest sucking colt sired by Doris, season, value 20.00. ANNUAL CORN CONTEST Sample to consist of 12 cars. SO White corn, 1st ,'J.OO, 2d 2.00. 3rd 1.00. 00 Vellow corn, lst,3.00, 2d 2.00, 3rd 1.00. 01 licst, largest and heaviest corn, 1st 3.00. 2d 2.00, 3rd 1.00. All premiums on corn to be paid in merh...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 September 1906

Premium List Versailles Street and County Fair SE2,M29R BST GENTLEMAN DRIVER. i 78 Premium given by John H Hart, bakery and restaurant, first premium, 3 oo second premi um 2 oo. MOST COMICAL RIG. Every Thing1 to Be Considered. tt 79 Premium given by Joe Ridler, the livery man, first premium 2 oo second premium 1 oo. BEST LOOKING WOMAN. Over Thirty Years Old. .So Premium given by,C H Mdson, the butcher 1 sugar cured ham. WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT-SccoM Day, September 26. Quilt, cotton, made by person under 16, first premium 1 00 se ond 50c W. W. Moore. Quilt, cotton, made by person over 16, first 1 00 second 50c W. W Moore. Quilt, silk or worsted, first 1 00 second 50c H K Enloe Eyelet Embroidery; first 1 00 second 50c Dr. Well. Eyelet embroidery, hat, first, 1 00 Dr. Well. Eyelet embroidery, hat, second 50c A. G. Baker. Eyelet embroidery, shirt waist, first, 1 50 Dr. Well. Eyelet embroidery, shirt waist, second, 1 00 A G Baker. Eylet embroidery by person under 16 first 1 second 50 cents A ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 20 September 1906

,Ht i -iv xr9 1 wwk.'" .-v "ti.- " I-"1 -(, w, . t ' ' A LINE OF UNPARALLELED BARGAINS . Our prices make a little money settle a long bill. Always your money's worth and satisfac Hon guaram teed. Dining Room Furniture. Extension Tables, Chairs, Side Boards, Buffets, China Closets, etc. DINING CHAIRS. A large line of Din ing Ch.tiis, from the cheapest to the lie.st. Cane seat, wood .seat, leather seat, finished in golden oak, well made goods, at 55: to .'.00 each. WILLOW ROCKER. Large, roomy Willow Rockers, finished in best sheila' , a regular $1 value at .'i.25. Others $.'L50, $1.25, 5.00 and S8.50. Now is the time that we all must realize the necessity of renovating our homes, and in doing so, we find that some of our good old Furniture, that has worn so well, has at last given way, and we must replace it with new. In view of this fact we take the liberty of sending you this Circular, asking you to kindly call pn us before making your purchases. Below I give 'a few of the many barg...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 27 September 1906

K V f V, Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MI8S0URI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. V SEVENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Sept. &7, 1006. No. 39. EARLY CALL! NEW FALL JACKETS 1 civ FOR- Ladies, Misses and Children. Styles the Latest AND Prices the Lowest All Departments in our Large Emporium chuck full of Up-to-date Goods which you are invited to inspect while in the city this week. YOURS TO PLEASE. A. POPPER, Leader in Low Prices and First-Class Merchandise. m m m m H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. OtUer Tliont 74. K-l4nr 'Phone 30. ft H LOCAL NEWS. Calla Lilly flour 82.05 at K. A. Williams. Sam McNair and bride, who were married in Kansas City last week, ar rived home Monday. , We arc nut a day early this week so the Uki'UW.ican force can take in the nicest thing on earth. Next week the Stale Fnlr at Sedalia will he on, anil as is usual, many people from this section will attend, as everything points to the best Fair the Hoard of agriculture...

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. — 27 September 1906

The Republican, (Successor to T UK DhmocraT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. linteretl in the Tost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Subrcription I'rjce,' fl.OO a Year Phone No. 103 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. I'or Supt. Public Ins J. U. Wliitc 1'or Ry. and W. II. Com..E. W l'lentge I'or Congress W. I'. Quigley I'or State Senator K. A. Crewson Republcan County Ticket. I'or Representative R. A. Norfleet or County Clerk 15. K. Duck I'or Circuit Clerk and Recorder W. C. Thomas I ir Collector I'cterJ. Sicgel I'or Sheriff C 15. Willson ! or 1'rosccuting Att'y. . . .W. T. S. A gee i or Presiding J''Ke John Kidwell I'or Probate Judge ,.H. K.Neville I'or Treasurer J. W. Johnson I or Coronsr J. A. Hraderi I ,r Surveyor W. R. Stevenson I'or County Judge l'irst District Henry S. Inge I'or County Judge Second District S. W. Spears Township Ticket. I'or Justice of the I'tace. . . . Haw Creek Township. . .I'red Keck I'or Justice of the I'eacc. . . . Moreau Township I. C. Legere...

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. — 27 September 1906

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. BIG STREET FAIR A Halo of Gaudy' Colors Plenty of Amusements--Stock and Fruit 'Show. The Art Hall, the Poultry Display and. Other Features Outrival Those of Last Year. All the candidates, both Republcan and Democratic, are making Versailles their headquarters this week. If you are looking for good Coffee, just try "Gilou, Illend,"Jhe tast on the market for the money. W.'N. OII.SON. Miss Iron a Hroaddus, of Hunceton. arrived here last iSaturday to spend fair week with her aunt, Mrs John McClain. i Ralph Johnson came over from Scdalia last Sunday to visit his parents. County Treasurer and Mrs. J. V. Johnson, and to enjoy Carnival week in Versailles. John and Thomas Townley, of 'J'exas, are here this week making a visit with their father, T. R. Town Icy, and other, old friends and enjoy ing the Street Fair. Dr. and R. Q. Kelly drove to California last Sunday, called there owing to the scvious illness of Miss Zoa Kelly, a sister of the Doctor, u ho has frequently visit...

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. — 27 September 1906

aKkM!UlMl4MMaiHlMa Premium List Continued. CATTLE SHOW. 84 Hulls, 2-years old and over, any breed, 1st 5.00, 2d 2.50, given by Atf Heineman. 84 Hulls, 1 year old, any breed, 1st 5.00, given by J W Knoop, dealer in general merchandise; 2d 2.50, uibbs it Knipmeyer, attorneys ana ao. 85 Cows, three years and over, any breed, 1st 6.00, 2d 2.60, given by Kidwell & Winget, dealers in implements and hardware. 80 Heifers, 2 years old, any breed, 1st 5.00, 2d 2.50, given by F D Harrison, the real estate man. 87 Calves, six months old or under, any breed, either sex, 1st 6.00, 2d 2.50, given by C I) Hunter, dealer in drugs and school books. i (JKRMAN COACH HORSK Owned by G K Petty. 88 Third annual colt show. Best sucking cohered by Doris, season, value 20.00. ' ANNUAL CORN CONTEST Sample to consist of 12 ears. 80 White corn, 1st 3.00, 2d 2.00, 3rd 1.00. 00 Vellow corn, 1st 3.00, 2d 2.00, 3rd 1.00. 01 Hest, largest and heaviest corn, 1st 3.00, 2d 2.00, 3rd 1.00. All premiums on corn to be ...

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. — 4 October 1906

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. seventh Year. Versailles, MoM Thursday Morning, Oct. 4, 1906. No. 40. Follow the Lead of Successful People! Buy where you can Buy the Cheapest and Buy for Cash. Our Store is crowded with bargains and more coming daily. Everybody Can Have a Feast with Little Money. No Chance for An Argument II you want Good MEN AND BOYS' SUITS. Low prices, that is the excuse offered for "Mercerized Cotton Cheat." The man that demands low prices on Clothing, with wool way up, ought to have what he calls for, and ho will probably pay more than he ought to, because he thinks it is all right ; 00 times out of 100 he gets "Mcrceri.ed Cotton Cheat." We are backed by years of honorable methods and you get what we advertsie. Our goods are as represented. A slash to stmt the season. One lot men's Suits, all wool, well made, worth to-day $10, go for S 5.00 Lot all-wool worsted, worth S15, for 10.00 Lot black thi...

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. — 4 October 1906

Morgan County Republican. W. W. KINLOCri, Publisher. vkksaii.lks. : Missouri. Judging from the way some autq net, tlicy nm.st bo using alcohol lu their tanks ahead-. Can't we have a spelling-reform for the drls who put so many "y'n" In what should lie- Christian names? A Mew Orleans girl was married on a tug at nun during a iitorni, evident ly feeling that she could hardly make matters worse. That rich New York girl who is go ing to marry a poor man novel stud led the game of lovo as played under Newport rules. With a blare of trumpets" a (lerman professor announces his discovery that coal Is edible. The American baby learned that long ago. King ICdward has a detective from .Scotland Vaid for a chauffeur. Some aiitomoblllsts In this country ate dilven by policemen, too. A trade union congress in Kngland wants pensions for everybody over CO years of age. Is not that unjust dis crimination against the women? Descendants of the pllgilm fathers have pasesd a vote of confidence in their ...

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. — 4 October 1906

Cure Forjhe Blues QUE MEDICINE THAT HAS NEVER FAILED Htalth Filly ItMterMl ami the Jy f lift Btlwed. T Whcnmchcerful,braTo,lljht-hcftrted woman Is suddenly plunged into that perfection of misery, tho IILUES, it is a sad picture. It is usually this way t She has been feeling "out of sorts" for some timet head has ached end back also; lion Mept poorly, been quite nervous, and nearly fainted once or twice; head dizzy, nnd heart beats very fast; then that bcurinjf-down fccllnp, and during her periods hho is exceed ingly despondent. Nothing pleases her. Her doctor bays: "Cheer up: yon have dyspepsia ; you will bo all right noon." But she doesn't get "all right." nd hope- vanishes; then como tho brood lng, morbid, melancholy, everlasting BMJKS. Don't wait until your sufferings have driven you to despair, with your nerves all bhattcrcd and your courago gone, but take Lyclia E. Hnkham's Vege table Compound. Seo wiint It flirt lor Mrs. Rosa Adams, of 810 13th Street, Louisville, Ky., niece o...

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. — 4 October 1906

The Republican, (Successor, to The Dkmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. filtered in the Post Office at Versailles, .Missouri ao.adcoii'1 class mail matter. Subrcription l'ricc fl.00 a Year, 'Phona No. 13 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Cor Supt. Public Ins J.b. White l or Ry. and W. U. Com,.H. W I'lcntge t or Congress W. i'. Cluiglcy Vor State Senator K. A. Crcwton Rcpuhlcan County Ticket. or Representatic... 1 or County Clerk. . . . I'or Circuit Clerk. . . . , anil Recorder.... I or Collector ' or Sheriff L'or Prosecuting Atl'y, I'or Presiding judge. . l'or Probate Judge. . . . I or Treasurer Uhr Coronsr loir Surveyor I'or County Judge,.... 1'irs.t District "or County Judge. Second District... ...U. A. Norflcet I'. K. lluck . . ,W. C. Thomas ...Peter J. Sicgel ...C lv. Willson . . . W. T. S. Agce ....John Kidwell .....II. IC. Neville . . Ji W. Johnson ,.... A. lliadcn W. R. Stevenson . .Henry S. Inge "...S. W. Spears Tovvti.slilp Ticket. jor Justice of the Peace. . . . Maw Creek Township...

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. — 4 October 1906

I H. K. ENLOE, 3 J RESIDENT DENTIST. J Office 'I'liont Rsldn 'Phon g 74. 39. 5 LOCAL NEWS. Calla Lilly (lour S2.05 at K. A. Williams. l'ctcr Sideliottom, of Gladstone, was a pleasant caller while taking in the street fair last week. Just received, n nice assortment af Tab lets and Scliolitrs' Companion, V. N. GII.SON. From now on, lor a few months, the girl who has no beau can hug the stove that may be better than no hugging. If you arc lookim; for good Coffee, just try "(iilson'.s Mend," the be.st on the market for the money. V. N. C.II.SON. King Stanley the new editor ol the Mid Week Star, lioonville, was a fair visitor Thursday, and made this office a frienldy call. Hunccton is talking a new band and canning factory. Wonder if she will beat Versailles to both of these important enterprises. Representative R. A. Norfleet, of Kvcelsior, head of the county Repub lican ticket, was in this city Tuesday, looking after business and shaking hands with friends. Chas. Goodman and family le...

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. — 4 October 1906

EDITORS PROTESTING CALL LATEST RULING OF COM MERCE COMMIS8IOIN UNFAIR. RAILROAD ADS ARE BARRED Bay There In Nothing In the Law That Calls for Such an Intrepretatlon The Commission Flooded with "Kleko." Washington. Tho recent ruling of the Interstate commerce commission to the effect that "nothing but money can be paid for transportation of either pel sons of property," mean that in future the railroads will bo prohibited fiom exchanging transpor tation for sJvtrlisIng space In the newspapers of the country. Tin.' ruling has already aroused a .storm of protest from tne publishers throughout the country. Every mail iu'o Washington brings hundreds of leiters from newspapers men, ull of which severely criticise the coinmls sion for "going out of Us way to nit the newspapers." Tho publishers in Mst that there is nothing new In the law whlcli would hi any way forbid i the tallroads irom purchasing adver tising space to be paid for in trans portation and that such a ruling Is not only unca...

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. — 4 October 1906

WHO PAID FOR THE DRINKS? HANDY SLIDING BARN GATE. Should Be in Use to Restrain the Cat tie and Keep Them Within Bounds. Where cattle are stabled for the convenience of milking and feeding It In UHL'ful In hauling to have small Kates lnniR in alley ways to prevent the Ktock from becoming unruly. Not Infrequently considerable disturbance is brought about In handling a dairy herd while stabling, simply on account of a lack of doors across exposed pas Kugeways. In our barn we have small tales located wherever It Is necessary Sliding Gate for Barn Alley. to prevent tho cows going Into an al loy or feed room while stabling. The diagram inclosed herewith, nays a writer In I'raiiie Farmer, shows one of the handy gales we have in use. They are great conveniences. Tho gale proper is made of pine material five inches in width. The gate, of course, Is made to lit the places where needed. The two outer pieces are longer and serve as a part of tho hanger. The gate Is hung upon a two-Inch gas pipe...

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. — 4 October 1906

EARLY CALL! NEW FALL JACKETS FOR- Ladies, Misses and Children A. Styles the Latest AND Prices the Lowest All Departments in our Large Emporium chuck full of Up-to-date Goods which you are invited to inspect while in the city. YOURS TO PLEASE, POPPER, Leader in Low Prices and First-Class Merchandise. D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over l'irst National Hank, Versailles, Mo. Prompt service and first-class work to all patrons. I'hone .17. Let us do your job printing, then you arc sur.c to be satisfied both in work and price. Do You Want" Ice? I have it, and will deliver it right in your ice box STILL MORE LOCAL NEVS. The best Hani Wheat l'lotir on the market, at f'2.10 per cut. W. N. C.ii.son. Wanted: Gentleman or lady with l."d references, to travel by mil or with h rig, f..r a firm of $.'50,000.00 eniit.il. Salary SI ,1)7-00 tier year and evpen-e-; salary pa.d weekly and eienei advanced Addres , with sMinp, Jo-. A, Alexander, Mo. C, H. I'KKT.. The ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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