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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 4 July 1907

"I VilT hi 9. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner room on second floor over 1'irst National Hank, Versailles, Mo. pTompt service and first-class work to all patrons. Miotic 37. I'hoiic 207. Room 6 Mason & Hardy illldg. Chas. W. Kavanugh, Notary, Real Kstate. Insurance atid-Loans, DIRECTORY. 1 if nr nm.Mnn rnvnr, l.'lrriitt unrt aril Mwfrfar In Afirtt m-ur -iti.1 Mon. rl.tr In Auiii't mi'l DwiiiIxt, I'mlMlM rourt Wi'l Vinwliij" In tHirwirr, M117 11111I ,Vijr.MiilT, Mill llli M)rir III Ancivl. IVninljr inaH Hr Moiiil Ui I'rlirii.rr. W. Muttnti mI .Vrri-inliar. Mni'io INiWTr UrnoMtx. ioliiill.KHKxil TIhmih K. O'NmI Paintil W, Hihih llnrrr K. Nvltl Wrak'f '. 'f fnwia K K, Murk 'Win. T. Hi Avi-i '(.Wlm K. W)I1whi inlm A. llmuisr! Krrl Muniw" 'HD- W. fl.lltPWMI J1m A.llrwl-ii Jntiti H. Ur,frr V.ni.11. sin"""! 'Hrf'llfiir iuiltft . Jii.Ikh l.t Mrtrirt . Ju.Iko VimI llMlrl'-t .lint, 'it 1'rolmU CIn.-iilt Ork ami Haconl iCniintjr i;i-rlt I'iimui uIIhk Attntiw .MirrtlT ('-tlt.w1T A...

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. — 11 July 1907

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REALE8TATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, July 11, 1007. No. 28. L BEAR IN MIND. Come ea A Strong Statement, But Straight Facts. We are making' prices you cannot duplicate. Take them while they last, opportunities like this c c 7 don't often occur. rly and get the pick. Later you can get the remnants. its Waists, all sies. reerilar "7Fn.. tro for 3Qr 4 it Ladies' White Waists, all sizes, regular 75c-, go for 39c. " $1.00, go for 48c. $1.25, go for 77c. $1.50, go for 88c Men's Fine Shirts, assorted colors, regular 50c, our price 39c. Boy's Fine Shirts, regular 50c, all sizes, our price 30c. Boy's Fine Shirts, 13 to 14, regular 50c, all sizes, our price 27c. Ladies' Elbow Gloves, white, regular $1.75, our price $1.25. Ladies' Elbow Gloves, black, regular $1.75 our prioe $1.25. Ladies' Elbow Gloves, black, regular $2.00, now go for $1.50. 10 doz. Ladies' Seamless Hose, worth 10c, go for 5c. Men'...

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. — 11 July 1907

gun Hi wzmmmt II Ih IiiihisIIiIc lo write n lt tt;r on (ho subject nl f;inhlons without speak ing of thr popularity of may mate rials, fur ihej me with iih, on every kIiIi;. Koine of tin- iiiohI effective sum mer gowns, nf a simple order, which I lime ji't hi'di this year were mailo of cool kiu IIiumi, with Uric hand-em-hiolili'iii'.f, on tin; skirt and holoio, carilcil out in Hllk-lliilshcd thiead. These fnicli-i, when worn with may Mm :i Mine.-, anil uray Httede kIovch, an- qnlii' I'lidiaiititiK In their (pinker like hliiiiri . anil they Invite the i iillali'iiali'ili el cloche hatH III ileli rule ivoiy Miiiw, with iiiffeil net tunning tlie full crown auil, at one uhle, near the limit, a cluster of lieau til ill iiim . i.i of a.vii water lilies. S'lillie of Hie in west ininlelH III voile lie Mile Inns i' lrctly Hhstpeil Hkll'tB ili'ci.i ail M Hi h i. uunilii i of lucliH on tin In in i f ii i ! lit Neeilli to Kay, then tiM1 an alwajH Hil.cheil by Jiaiiil an I Hi an1 ananrnl in mail...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 July 1907

CROPS AND MOISTURE. Whence Do Crops Draw Their Supplj of Water7 Wo liuvo from tlmo to time called the attention of our readers to tho fact that ordinarily wo do not havo mifnclcnt rainfall even In tho humid sections), durliiB tho crop growing uua son, to produce a full crop. Some ox porltiieiita conducted by tho Ontario Agricultural coIIoro throw coiiBlder nhle llKht on tho quentlon us to what proportion of inolnture crops draw from the rain that falls throiiKhout the crop growing season or what from tho store of water below. In fact, It is a vital point on which hangs tho whole question of cultivation. Tho station last year took a number of four-gallon crocks and sot thorn outside, where they would recelvu ull tho rain that fell during tho growing season. They then sowed them to wheat, peas, barley, and oats, and watered them whenever It seemed to bo necessary. Tho one that con tained wheat used 21!.0U Inches of wa ter, or which but 10.51 Inches fell dur ing the growing season. The...

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. — 11 July 1907

REGARDLESS OF PRICE. Although merchandise of all classes is advancing, and prices going higher, yet it is no fault of yours that we must unload. Painters are finishing up all over the house, the shelving will soon be installed, and we will soon be ready to pull up stakes in the old quarters and move. WE MUST UNLOAD. SEE THE PRICES! All of our Fancy Plaid Dress Goods, worth 50c. and 65c, go in this removing sale at - 39c. All of our 85c. and $1.00 Plaids in stripes go at - -- -- -- -- - 69c. The entire stock, of $1.10 and $1.25 Stripes and Plaids go at - 90c. See the lovely Black and Navy Blue Mohair Sicilians, Voils, Panamas and Serges at less than the cost of making the Cloth. All of our Slippers and Oxfords for Ladies, Misses and Children at 1-4 off. Our entire stock of Men's, Youth's and Children's suits are at your command. Children's Wash Suits, just in time, and in the height of the season. See them at 50c, 58c, 75c, $1.00, 1.25, and up to 3.00. Each and every one is worth 40c...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 July 1907

m m H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Rctldtfirr 'Phone m m m riiu.a 'll.r.n g 74. 89. J m m m LOCAL NEWS. C. H. Price want your Produce. Pants cleaned and pressck at the Laundry. Karly Breakfast Coffee best on earth at H. A. William. I,ct us do your job printing, first class work and reasonable prices. Mrs. Harmony and baby are visit ing her parents in the country this week. The best ot every thing in the grocery line at Willams. Mason & Hardy building. The Kcdmcn have changed their night of meeting to Wednesday of each week, and beginning with this week will meet in the new Hall. The latest In Ladies' belts, just received at Carl W. Biersach's On The Corner. Kearney lioyr.e and wife, and his wife's mother, Mrs. Hahn, of Jeffer son City, were visiting his brother J S. Hoyce, and family, of this city, the past week. How about the beef investigation? No beef trust beef for us, we are kill ing strictly corn fed heifers, grown by Morgan County farmers. We believe in dealing with home ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 July 1907

.1 5', H 4 Morgan Coonly Republican W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher .vi:.isii.i.i:."j. - - MISSOURI Wo aio cnriHlantly adding wings to our castles In tin; nlr. Scientists say that a sea anemone has boon known to live GO years. A man doesn't necessarily liavo to marry In haste to repent at leisure. It tak(:H a clever woman to con vlncc a man that she known loss than lio dor;H. If It wan't for make Homo men hoard of. tlio mistakes they would never bo The fellow who puts his best foot forward doesn't stand ko much chance of having his leg jmlled. Hookkeepcrs Hhould he happy, A machine has been Inventeil that will do all 'heir woik and they can "lay Off." Farthquakes have Jolted the earth nway f -om the win, says one, scientist. They don't think ko on the equator, however A scientist haii discovered that bub lets cairy dlu-asc germs. ThlH Hliould Induce huni.'iriH to dtop the habit of Slopping thet.i. a han irnnclsco bellboy round a wallet onlaliiliu; $:!,l!.V and returned It ro the owner, lie...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 July 1907

osO lARNMCROFT f JOSEPH SPOWN QOOKE copyrights by CHAPTER XIV. Continued. "Under nn nwnlng, buck or a vontl Intor, making vollont love to MIkh Car ney of Carney-Croft!" gurgled MIbs WcBton In a tone (ir waggish softness. How arc wo to address you In tho future, my ilnnr: 'Tho H:v. MrH. Hlmp kins, or 'Mrn. Rev. Hlmpklns,' or what, pray?" "Wasn't ho awful, Nnn!" cried MIbb Carney, laughing heartily. "And did you hear him saying good-by to tlio (.toward as wo woro coming Into the dock?" Turning to me trim explained. "Tho chief Hteward was qtilto deaf and tho reverend gentleman grasped him fer vently by the hand and, i oiling 111 h oyca to heaven, Bald earni-Ktly: '(lood-by, steward, good-by! I hope wo may meet again; If not oti earth perhaps In the homo above!' 'Kb! eh!' erled the Hteward, putting IiIh band to bin car. 'Wot line aro yo goln' by?' "How Bullorn do dislike to have dor gymen on Bblpboard!" mild MrH. Ran dolph, In a conventionally apologetlca) tonu ns If, In her character o...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 July 1907

T. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over Pirst National Hunk, Versailles, Mo. Prompt service anil first-class work to all patrons. I'hone 37. W. C. T. U. Column. Through the courlty cf the RruLICTi this pce l u-cted for the W. C. T, V. II l eilllnl by Iti reprcnetitntivti who are reponlble for all tatemeiit whkh ippenr In Itt columns. W C T U Wnlchwonln: Organire, K'lueMt, Agitate W.C T. I', principle; Total altlneni, I'rohlliltkjti of the liquor traffic: One Mamlnril uf moraU for men aii'l women! Home protection; Kiial finilmKe. a'l " teaching of cltiitlfic temperance In the putille fchools, ADDITIONAL LOCAL "Phone 267. Koom 6 Mason & Hcrdy 'IJItlR. Chat. W. KavanuKti, Notary, Keal P.stale, Insurance and Loons. Misses Hctth. and Neva Scott, of Forttimi, arc visiting their sister, Mrs. Will Harmony of this city. Mrs. Kiln Hatnick and sister, and Mihs Myers, of Stover, were Ver sailles visitors Wednesday. Miss Kdith Hamlin, of W'arrens barg, is vis...

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. — 11 July 1907

' JSV. Supplement, Morgan County Rf.I'UBI.jcan. Vol VIII. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Jttly n, 1907. No. 28. !' FIMAMeiAL STAT EM E AIT Feb. 28 To Co. Treasurer 70.16 Mch. 20 To Co. Treasurer 40.04 By balance. . . . ; . 1,075.00 Of Will L. Stephens, Treasurer of Versailles School Dis trict, in Account With the Board of Education and the Honorable County Court, July 1, 1907. S4I7 21 203 42 28250 Incidental Fund. 100(1 June MO to Balance Sept. 1 to Collins Lojil acct .'. Sept. lft to County Treasurer Nov. 20 to same Dec 1 to County Court Cal acct 1 12 50 Dec 21 to Martin Coal : 2(1 11)07 , Jan. Ill to County Treas ,' 1211) 4(1 Feby 28 to same . . . ' 1!W 6 March 21) .same : 98 08 May 18 to Miss Hrackney breaking aparatus 131 J257H 03 July 1, 1007. To Balance, ma July (!, by No. 00 J V. Kirk. ' 1 Geo. Krauss. 2 Chan Hunter . . . It D C. Hardy ... 1 J. W. Holed 5 (J. M. Hargett.'. (j rt. 1' Johnson. ! . i'.m ft 10 oo ft H0 2 2ft 2 00 2 00 1 00 1H George Allen ."(0 00 11)1 hester ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 18 July 1907

Mqrgan County Republican J CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMINfi. MTMTNn ' , ""'"in, iwviurvuivi Axxu liiUWHiliALi NEWS. Eighth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, July 18, 1007. AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL CAR EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION I ho -i.nnr TalnTiri.'PrJnnn t ; v -www- .u-A1ioVU JU1XJLCD, tUiUUll their Agricultural and Horticultural Depart- TTIflTl t. Vl a T7S oniiinvtn1 i.i l n wv, vHmou auu ttttrauuveiy iurn- ished a special car with ied disnlav of Fina ftmi s-rnnnora rmo in n. i v i 3 1 ww uiuwuu lu Cm biuo 1- -1 , . wauttuoai me passenger aetiot at Versailles. . o. White, Agricultural and Horticultural vuiuuxiaeiuuioi, win ue in cnaree and will fiiixrAT N rofi r.orttiiioa .. a i ww w AAB.4.AwUAUU.i.V7 CL11L1 A. TT (li . . - U u IJDlJi KImM. Ill . I UU II II Til I II Mi ' .1 TTTI I nA T w AAWMb VUU UUll W III III. jy . . . . " wwww.w, vuiuauio UUUH LUlb nnt.a tttiII Via lio"Ki-.4-,l -T t uwi uoubuios CX li fill v. Tl-. J l SI . St s-v - -- . ' j I A A w r . . m rn 1.1 Ktiifiiw T...

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. — 18 July 1907

''j , --aiiMiiiii - i iv mini v.- in Morgan County Republican W. V. KINLOCH, Publfther. VKttSAIU.HH. MISBOUItl Charily la one of tlic few things Ihut should never lio udvortlHed. An anti-rut manufacturer Ih In trou ble. He tried to make light of his customers. That Huntington horse that eats wool lit probably suffering from a cold stomach. Maybe (Jon. Kurokl will go homft and lull IiIh countrymen that wo are too agreeable people to lick. Joaquin .Mllli:r wanlH to ko In tlio United States senate. On his merits im a poet? (ih, dear, no. flu ban money now. A Washington man who tried fast Im; Tor his health didn't live long enough to nee whether It helped him or not. The Hperm whale could awallow an automobile according to one nclentlnt, but we should think It would give him Indigestion. Chicago fomplaliiH that women talk too much ovei the telephone. "Over the telephone" would Hcem to bu a iniporlluoiiH ehill.se The late Khah of peisla had a col lecllon or hIoiich valueil at $50,000,000...

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. — 18 July 1907

B7TrSTEUY f (JOSEPH SPOWN QOOKE copyright uor by "Wriv .wtu jTQfiY-PXEdd CORPORATION CHAPTER XV. Continued. "Well." I Raid, thoughtfully. "Dr. MneArdol pill her through u eourso of fipoutH Unit made it Htrong, hearty mini faint away twice, and yet nlio never Bald a wonl nor moved n muscle." "How delightfully Interesting!" Haiti MIhh Weston. "I hIioiiIiI never havo dreamed fioin her appearance Unit nho hail no much fortitude. What could Dr. MneArdol havo ilono that wiih so thrilling?" "Oh, ho dliln't do miicli," i returned. "Ho JiiHt asltcd koinu questions nhoni 111" things Unit had been going on, livrt In; did It In a way that wiih very el fectlve. Wo wanted lo learn who wrote tlio inystoilniM nolo that I had receiv ed on t ho night or my arrival. We found nut thai she did It, hut It wiih only hy chance and not through any thing that alio told iih. If hIio had been a II tl lo more clover in delivering the other I am afraid we would ho In the dark ahout It yet." "And ho thin Mrs. Hru...

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. — 18 July 1907

REGARDLESS OF PRICE. v Although merchandise of all olasses is advanoing, and prices going higher, yet it is no fault of yours that we must unload. Painters are finishing up all over the house, the shelving will soon be installed, and we will soon be ready to pull up stakes in the old quarters and move. WE MUST UNLOAD. SEE THE PRICES! All of our Fancy Plaid Dress Goods, worth 50c. and 65c, go in this removing sale at ----- 39c All of our 85c. and 1.00 Plaids in stripes goat - - - - - - - - - - 69c. The entire stock of $1.10 and 51.25 Stripes and Plaids go at - - - - - - - ' " - 90c. See the lovely Black and Navy Blue Mohair Sicilians, Voils, Panamas and Serges at less than the cost of making the Cloth. All of our Slippers and Oxfords for Ladies, Misses and Children at 1-4 off. Our entire stock of Men's, Youth's and Children's suits are at your command. Children's Wash Suits, just in time, and in the height of the season. See them at 50c, 58c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, and up to $3.00. Each ...

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. — 18 July 1907

S H. K. ENLOf, RESIDENT DENTIST. m m m s 0 IV) 0 m 4 i OHtct 'Prion 74. Rnkltnr Ptxm 89. 5 LOCAL NEWS. Street Fair or Carnival? C. H. Price wants your Produce. Karly Breakfast Coffee best on earth at E. A. Williams. I,ct us do your job printing, first class work and reasonable prices. Have you ever noticed that Dr. Welt makes a noise like the 4th of July. The best of every thing in the grocery line at Willams. Mason & Hardy building. The latest in Ladies' belts, just received at Carl-W. Biersach's On The Comer. At a special communication of Versailles Loddge, No. 117, A. F. 6c A. M., held Friday night, Hro. W. R. Stephens was raised to the Sublime Degree of a Master Mason. It is said that the bridge connecting Fisher and Second streets at the Presbyterian church won't surk Ctfgs, but our advice is, don't risk it it looks mean enough to do most anything. How about the beef investigation? No beef trust beef for us, we are kill ing strictly corn fed heifers, grown by Morgan County ...

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. — 18 July 1907

-a. . Mrs. Emma Stolt, of Appleton, Wisconsin. "A neighbor, advised me to use Peruna, 1 began to improve at once. M II .mum. i:mm.i hixii.t. Mrs. Kmma HI. .It, lOG'JOneldaSt., Ap pleton, it,., wipe,: "I'lTuim has li nn men great ileal of good hluce I lii-t'iin taking It mid I mil always p-Iad t ji-itl :i ! word for It. "Three .yen r- ago I was In a wretched condition v i 1 1 1 backaches, bearing down ptiliis, itii'l at t hue u iisho sore ami lutnu that I could nut move about. I lial lu ll, immat ion and irritation, ami although 1 used different remedies thi'y did 1110 no good. "A neighbor wlio had been using IV rmia advised im to try it, and I run glad that I iliil. I began to improve tin hoon us I took it and 1 f It much better. "I thank you for your line remedy. It l.s certainly 'it xmhvnd tu&lck women. Catarrh of tliu Internal Organs. Miss Theresa liertles, Wliltu Church, Mo., write,: "I suffered with eatarrli of tin! htnm aeh. bowi'lsaml inti rii;i 1 organs. Hvery tiling I a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 18 July 1907

i'" " "i NEWS OF MISSOURI U i ' St. Louis Brokers Held. Mexico William Huck und Orutz Wyntt, president and Becrotury, rc Hpectlvcly, of the Colonial drain and 8tock Coinpnny of St. Louis, wlio con ducted an office lierc, und wlio were arrested on n chargo or obtaining money under false pretenses, were arraigned boforo Justice of tbo 1'eaco IJass. They took a clumo of venue to tbo court of JiiHtlco Dudley, who placed their bond nt $1,000 each to await tbo action of tho Kiand jury. Dies Suddenly at Marshall. Marshall .laj. Hlchard W. Nleolda .lied suddenly of heart (Unease at his boine In this city. Mr. Kb olds, who was 72 ycnrn old, was prominently connected with General I'rlce's army iliuiiiK tho civil war, and hi:d been commander of tbo John S. MurmadiiUo camp of ox-ConfederateH In thlx city for several jcars, lie was born In Howard county, was a Klfti'il orator mid had been a leading democrat. Heat Kills Missouri Editor. Salem At his resilience In thin city John (J. Tush, aed r.S ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 18 July 1907

A Sunday On The Oravoli. On the morning of July 14th party of four couple, undaunted !' the frowning elements, stinted for the land of gushing nprings nnil crystal streams the rustic region of Old Gruvois. This party con 'sistcd of youths ntid maidens fair whose lie.irts were light with the anticipation of the pleasures always in store for those visiting that region. Leaving the city nhout 7 o'clock the lowering clouds, with their threatening showers, wera forgotten, and the views of the rugged hills with their ragged rocks vanished, and were replaced by fairer vibions. and the golden dreams that open to the magic painter of the youthful mind. Ilcfore they were hardly aware of the fact, the verdant meadows and the run jcrtic hills opeuen to their vfew they were in the land of gushing springs and crystal streams where the rippling wa ters How fresh forever. Notwithstanding hij occasional shower, the ardor of these pleasure seekers was unabated and they entered into the enjoyment with...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 25 July 1907

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MI860URI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATES, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Eighth Year. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, July 85, 1907. No. 31. AGRICULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL The Rock Island-Frisco Lines, through their Agricultural and Horticultural Depart ment, have equipped and attractively furn ished a special oar with a complete and var ied display of Fine Grains, Fruits and Farm Products. This car will be placed on a side track near the passenger depot at Versailles. F. S. White, Agricultural and Horticultural Commissioner, sWill be in charge and will deliver Free Lectures on Agriculture and Horticulture, and kindred topics, at the Court House, after whioh the car will be open for inspection, and valuable bulletins jh giaius, giaoaoo, u uns aim. j 01101 itxius piu ducts will be distributed free. Lectures at 8:00 p. m. July 29 and 10:00 a. m. July 30. Admission Free. Remember the date and come. ICE! ICE! ICE! Remember, we are going to handle Manufacture...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 25 July 1907

Morgan County Republican W. W. KINLCCH, Publisher. VKItflAII.I !K - - MtBROtYitJ Don't kiss t!io baby. Xrown up. Watt till she The less n 111:111 sayii, ua a rule tho tcn.i ho has to take back. Why Is law like a kimono? asks a CblraKo Judge. Uccauso It Is Some times flllllBJ. If Joaquin MIIItT ruallyliaB money enough, why should he want to go to tho I'lilted Stall's henate? Tho best iiilsfroscopcs magnify about 15,000 limes anil mnko a tiny lillo of flour look like a pile of Htoncs. A woman ran never understand how t Is possible for a smart man like her husband to gel the short end of It In a lawsuit. It Is a delightful i-oason for the devil t tin- bathing tcsorls with bo many beautiful 1 1 -1 n 1 1 1 1 h between him und the deep sea. S011111 tiH'ii ai' born groat, some Achlow ti i':iliii-ss. and some can Im part a mi bilinear motion to a leather COVCH'll HpllCIC Tin- Mli lilj-'iui noiiogennrlan who Is Kecking a dl voice may not know of any other way In which he can liopo to break a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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