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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 8 August 1907

r NEWS OF MISSOURI -3 Follows Sister to Her Grave. Springfield Nowton M. Hountrco, president of tlio Koet-Iloiintreo Dry Goods company, of tills city, died after a brief Illness. Mr. Hountrco was taken Rick after attending tho fu neral of Mrs. Hoy Wllliolt, u nleco, who died from Injurios sustained In a runaway accident. Mrs. .1, M. Wll holt, a sister of Mr Hountrco, was In jured at the samo time, and died at a local hospital two hours later. Man Is Shot From Ambush. Fotosl Joseph Huckett, 13 years old, waH arrested following tho shoot ing from ambush of F. F. Dennis, a commission merchant of Hellegrado. Dennis was driving nlong the country road two and a half miles from I'o tosl, when a shot was fired from tho timber. Part of tho charge penetrat ed the right arm and log and broko several bones. Dennis may not re cover, physicians say. Abandons Hope of Finding Father. Marshall William H. Todd, of Kit reka, Col,, telegraphed hero that all hope of finding his father, Capt. W. 0. Todd,...

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. — 8 August 1907

W. C. T. U. CtoM. Through the coartetjrof dt ttarvnuaH thai puce ia reaerrcn ror in w, t. i , u, 11 at uim by lt repreatntativ-a who arc reationattjW for .all iiaiemcnia wdicti njipnr in m cunamna. WCT U-Wa(chwonUs Offrarrtte, Educate, Agitate W. C. T. t). principles: TuUl atjatfocnflr, Prohibition of the Hquor traffic! Ooe aUnrinrtt of irwrah fat men and women; Home protection JCol aurfniKe, and the teaching of aclcnttfle tcinperanee in the imhlle achoola. Must Not Drink. Tlic I.oliigh Valley railroad has served notice on its employe that tbey mint be total abstainers from alcoholic drinks or leave tlic service of the company, anil it . in quite likely that all of the other Hues in the United States will adopt the tame rule. It in fiiity cumulative evidence that there are enough solier men in the wmld to do the world' work. Tile con UctfcKi is gaining V.-ctght everywhere that the temperance question in not dimply mor.-il, hut economic, and corpor ations are mm one with the churches...

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. — 15 August 1907

Morgan County Republican. , CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RALLROAO AND QBNSRAL NffWS, Eighth Year. ersaillee. Mo., Thursday Morning, August 15, 1&07. No. 34. Scattered Items. Many any the past few weeks has been the finest corn wenther they ever taw. 104 In the shade a few evening! last week Villi plenty of moisture made ideal corn weather. Judge Kidwell haa nhout-put the fin ishing touches on his big barn and Frank Driver is pushing work on hit as fnst as the heat and other work will permit. The widow Williams, of near Excel fclor, utter a short illness, died Aug. 6. The intermet took place at the Hopewell cemetery with many friends and rela tives present. Jake Kauffman, during the rain Thurs day morning, lost a large rick of fine hay by lightning. Some country boy, known in the cast end, visited the negro picnic and got on the outside of booze disturbed the pence, was arretted and fined he.iv ily. These thiugs would not happen nearly o often if ft was not for ...

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. — 15 August 1907

HEALTH NOTES FOR AUGUST. ?'SMA BO RHEi 'WoaK Iafcr a August is the month of Internal catarrh. The mucous mem branes, especially of the bowels, arc very liable to congestion, causing summer complaint, and catarrh of the bowels and other Internal organs. l'c-ru-na is an excellent remedy far all these conditions. Painting for Profit No one will rpir'tinr. the superior appearance of well painted property. The question that the property owner ask i: "li the apcaMtiie worth the mst?" I'nor paint Is for temporary appear ante only. Taint inaile from I'ure l.imccM Oi! ami Pure White Lead is for Usting appe.iranie ami for protection. It raves icp.-irs and rrpiuenieiits cost, inn many tunes the ptint investment. The Dutih Hoy trade muk U found only on kegs loiit.iininr; I'urc White i.cau nunc ny tin- Old Dutch I'iocc.s. SEND FOR BOOK " A Tnlk on I'ntnt." Innlltirt ut liii. nlnfc uhli-rt h.-nt frco Alt I nti-fri-if At man ritiumt. uaj b,ar, (An murk. NATIONAL I.KAD COMI'ANV In vht,h,vrtj lb' r'...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 August 1907

IT PAY8. The Value to the Farmer of Keeping Field Aeeounte. Many pages of agricultural liter turo havo been wisely devoted to urg ing farmers to keep uccount of tho dif ferent members of their dairies, to tho end that tho. cows that do not show a profit may bo -disposed of and thoso that show a proper balance bo used to advantage? fn building up a moro profitable herd. In all probability, farmers who havo followed this ad vice carefully and consistently for a fow yenrs havo found tho practice much to their advantage. In no other way than by a careful account can a farmer tell which of his cows la kept at n loss and which, by their superior product I ven'ess, am bearing tho bur den cf a lot of worthless animals la order to show a little profit for tho en tire dairy. Hut there Is another way In which the practice of keeping such an ac count may well result In great profit. Our fnrms In New York state are di vided Into fields of different sizes for the convenience of diversified agricu...

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. — 15 August 1907

REGARDLESS OF PRICE. Although merchandise of all classes ia advancing, and prices going higher, yet it is no fault of your that we tnusi unload. Painters are finishing np all oyer 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 lets than the eost of making the Cloth. All of our Slippers and Oxfords for Ladies, Misses and Children at 1-4 off. Our antire 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 Mason. See them at 50c., 58c, 75c, tl.00, $1.25, and up to $3.00. Each and every one is...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 August 1907

K. K. EKLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. LOCAL NEWS. mm i MtniiiittimiflMtMtviin Early Breakfast Coffee best on artb at fl. A. Willinms. Probate court, regular August term, 'II I ! A . . Olil. Ill IJCUIII ITIVIIIIJUT Lt l I . IiCt U3 do your job printing, first laflp, work and reasonable prices. The he6t of every thing b the it tiMII fti.... ft. ThHlatest in Ladies belts, ust received at Carl W. Biersach's On The Cower. For "ilc One Cook Stove and wo heaters. See T. (1. UrinKS. Mrs. Gibbs and Sunday School class 1 I 1 - t - i I .1. cnjoyci a nay nue an picnic on ine Moreau last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Welch and children, of Illinois, came in Tuesday morning, to visit his sister, Mrs. H. S. (iorham and other relatives here. Mrs. li. P. Ynrnell and son, Lorenzo, left Monday morning over the Missouri Pat. for ati extended sr.it with her sister, Mrs. It. C. Peters, Trinidad, Colo. Mrs Adams, of V.'cstlawn, left Monday night for a visit ut Miudon, Mo., her old home, where she has a hoit uf friends a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 August 1907

Morgan County Republican W. W. KIMLOCH. Publisher. v Kris aim -:a MISSOURI Tho hand that rocka tho boat la tho hand tliat moves tlio world to anger. Tho lalest thing In fruit In a straw berry the slzo of a potato. Have a HllceV A fish trust la merely a logical process of evolution. In nature tho MB ilsh eat tin- little ones. One reason why girls Khun domes tic service, when you 'come to think of it, Is that ro few of them know how to cook. Doctors' leeti In China nro from two to ten rents, and wo frankly state that we have no doubt they aro worth It. At Iluc-hannn, Mich., a turtle was found that hail lieen under a dam for 20 years. That'll ft 'long time to bo under a dam. Grocers emphatically repudiate tho Idea that Ihey are organizing or In tend to organize a trust. They haven't even a canned ngi cement. Eight-hour day for mothers? Tut, tut! Most of i hem would ho satisfied If baby stays asleep long enough to guai autee them an eight-hour night. A New York policeman Interfered with...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 August 1907

rxtn tAmmcaoFT BtdOAEPH SQCMIN COOKE copyright isor by mwvLrn tuvm IWI. JTORY-PREVd CORPORATION CHAPTER XX. Innocence Established Miss Carney was not nt breakfast, nor did sho show herself during the dny, and my Inquiries concerning her elicited the Information that alio was constantly with Miss Weston, whoso condition had become truly alarm ing. I wrote to John Carney, as his sis ter had asked mo to do, telling him all that I knew of Miss Wcbton's con dition and of her strange connection with the mystery of Carney-Croft which, for the first tlmo, I recited to him in full. Moreover, on tho bare chance that he might, through his previous intimacy with Miss Weston, be In possession of knowledge that would glvo me a clew it not actually explain tho present lncxpllcablo oc currences, I asked him to cnblo mc Immediately any facts that might help to clear up tho situation and put mo on tho right track In my war against the Dritco woman and her allies. 'I did this, hardly thinking that he ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 15 August 1907

Local OPdon Notes. The following conversation spenks (or itself. "I think I shall vote to close the saloons?" Friend: 'Why so?" "Because when I go to town the saloons are there and wide open. Some one says: 'will you have a glass?' I do not like to decline and we go in. One drink calls for anoth er and as the result I spend from 50 rts. to SI. 50 in the saloons every time I go to town. If there were no saloons I would not thiuK of drinking at all." Note: Hcsidcs spending his money he is forming the appetite for alcholic drinks the craving that will not be satisfied. Another thought: What would he do with that SI. 50 if the saloons were closed, would he nose around in the back alleys looking for a blind pig? Would he go into the back room of a drug store and buy a drink in vio lation of the law and with the under itanding that he would not give the druggist away if called into court? I think not. It would go into either iln-J merchants till or the savings bank. All business men ought...

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. — 22 August 1907

Morgan Coufity fhte largest Country Newspaper Published in the Imperial State. $1.00 per year In advance. The Largest and Best iNcivoptipcf $ Published in Morgan County, Mo. $1.00 per year In advance. lean CENTRAL MISSOURI. FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. W. W. Kinloch, Fditor and Pt vrictor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, August 22, 1907. No. 35. Price S1.00 per year in advance. Repubi The Republican, (SucfosRor to Tnu Obhocbat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprtotor. Itntered In the Font Office at Vcnmirtcn, Mltssmri as aeeond da mall matter. Subscription Price, fl.00 Year, Phono No. lOJ. Advertising Rates. Dteptav .to.rtt.lng, tytta. year, tn average four leeac. or more, SHc. per Inch each lame. rrofos.tOa.1 cords, une ioeh, SO cents per mofith;rwa Irteliea, Tj cents per taonth. , l)cllt An IhiM, or om, s ectiU per llnefor flrrt ninortSoaJto.-prr Une for rich salmi aeot .tusettlan. ta black type 10 cents per line far tint Insertion, S eenU per tide f...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 22 August 1907

Morgan 'County Republican W. W. KINLOCH, Publl.h.r. VJinSAlLltB. . . MI8S0UIU Krlclum has banfahed abslntbe, but King loopold remains. A Ilrooklyn man became ttcaf while using the telephone. Ixits of us would like to. Ur Isaac K. Funk says that crime Is like smallpox. Arc you vaccinated against burglary? A woman out In Kansas has hatched nut 1,360 chickens already this year but can she love theru all? China wants the exclusion act modi fied, but can It show us any effec tive navy by way of argument? The coal supply will last 200 years, nt least, according to statisticians. That's another worry off our minds. Since Marie Corelll disapproves of men so seriously, they may havo to be exterminated to spare her poor nerves. An Indiana Judge has decided that snoring constitutes an unlawful dis turbance of the peace. Ho probably Jeeps near n thin" partition. A New York banker Is having a Rlass house built, thus breaking all records In the desire for publicity that affects rich New York peop...

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. — 22 August 1907

tmmcROFT CHAPTER XXI. An Amphibian Mystery. My astonishment at tills last remark of tho Ilruco woman was beyond cx ircBulon, and, grasping licr some what rudely by tlio arm, I ex claimed: "What do you moan by that? Ex plain yourself at oncol" "You know well enough what 1 mean, and who I mean, sir," she re tilled In a whisper, placing her mouth closo to my ear ns sho spoko. "As you lovo Miss Carney, and as you value her happiness, sir, you must trjiat mo and nsl; no questions now." I pondered deeply for n moment bo fore I answered her and then I said la s low tone: I "You nro asking a great deal of mo, 3Irs. Ilruco. You must remember that 1 nm Miss Carney's legal adviser and that 1 nm In duty bound to look out for her Interests. This thing has gone iultu far enough already, and yet matters arc growing moro and more mystcilous. I heard Jeuks tell you that 1 was up on tho hill this morn ing, mid I have no wish to deny It, hut I saw something thcro that must bo explained at onco or I sh...

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. — 22 August 1907

Mrs. Bailey's Mistake By LILLIAN GREY (Copyright, by Joaeph II. Howies ) One June afternoon there was n senile knock at the hall door of a cer tain farmhouse In the back country. "You go to the door, Dell." said her mother; "1 do hope It ain't nobody to hinder u!" The girl obeyed, and on opening the door found an elderly man stand ing In the vine-shaded porch. Will you be so kind as to tell me If I am on the direct road to Clifton, and also how far It Is?" "Yea, air, and It's about three mllea." "Three mlleo yet? Dear mot And la there any hotel or place where I can Bet 0 meal on tho way?" "No, only farmhouses like this." "Well, can 1 get something here? Kven a glass of milk will be very ac ceptable." 'Tell him we don't keep a board In' houBc!".callcd a sharp voice from the kitchen. The girl's face flushed, and she re plied: "If you'll Just wait n minute, I'll ask about It; we're very busy Just now." She went down the hall and pulled the door shut after her. "We might give Mm a lunch...

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. — 22 August 1907

ON THE TRAIL OF THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY By WILLIAM T. ELLIS TM nmiicull.M Amr1fi J-wrKlirt Ii Trtrsllrt Areund tha Wcrtf fa th r-jrtsaa of Inreitleitlm ttia Amarlcin r!n Mla iitnuhf from puttlr DlilnttreitKl, Secular and Non-SactirUn Standpoint. Ilhiilrated with Drawlntl and from Phototrapha. PORT ARTHUR NOW SCENE OF ' CONFLICT I'ort Arthur, Manchuria. Port Ar thur, Dalny (or Dal r en, or Talrcn, as Uio Japanese indiscriminately call It) anil tho entire Llaotung peninsula aro n center of Interest to thoso who watch tho struggle for supremacy be tween antagonistic religions that Is ono' of tho Important phases of tho complex far eastern question. Hero, on Japan's newly acquired territory, It Is to ho demonstrated whether or not her Christianity Is to expand along with tho borders of tho empire, or whether the old faiths, lludr'.hlsm and Shlntolsm, aro to follow tho sun flag. As this great promontory rep resents, geographically, greater Jap an, Its strategic Importanco as a field of r...

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. — 22 August 1907

1 TTF. TO Home llr 1 Horn A. Radford will nnawcr qutlon nml srlve luhlce litlJi; OI-' tX)RT on nit subject tTlnlnlhC to the auhject of building tor the rcalrs f this paper. On account of his wide eKpc rlenco mi IMItnr, Author nn1 Manufac turer, he Ik. without doubt, tho hlglieat auttiorltr on nil thcae subject. Address nil Inimlrlc" to William A. Ilnrtford, No. 191 Hfth Ave, CMcnco. Ill , nnil only nclosa two-cent stamp for reply. Thl design makes a cry attractive little two-story house that should not cost to exceed $1,200, or nay JI.SOO. with plumbing and heating plant com plcte. It Is 41 feet long and It Is 21 fret wide through tho main section, with a cellar the full site ot the house. It Is easy to make the frame work for a house like this, because one wing braces the other and a solid construc tion Is secured with very light mate rial. There Is a difference In bouso de signs In this "respect. The rhape of tho house also works well In dividing the cellar, lly run ning a partiti...

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. — 22 August 1907

ARB PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS N08TRUM8? To ono not qualified, and few In; men aro, to discriminate) Intelligently botween phynlclans' proscriptions, pro prietary medicines nnd nostrums, It may seem llttlo short of a crlmo to Jilnt oven that physicians' prcBcrlp ytlons aro In any manner related to ' nostrums; nevertheless, nn Impartial examination ot all tho (acts In tlio caso leads Irresistibly to tho conclu elon that oery medicinal preparation compounded and dispensed by a physi cian Is, in tho strict senso of the word, n nostrum, nnd that tho nrcrnge, ready-prepared proprietary remedy Is superior to tho average specially-pro-pared physicians' prescription. What is n nostrum? According to tho Standard Dictionary a nostrum Is "a tnodlclno tho composition of which Is kept a secret." Now, when a physi cian compounds and dispenses with his own hands a remedy for tho treat ment of a disease nnd It Is authorita tively elated that probably CO per cent, of nil physicians' prescriptions In ...

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. — 22 August 1907

I H. K. ENLOB, RESIDENT DENTIST. a 3 OnVfbeM 39. trtrwctr rr srs LOCAL NEWS. t Rarly IlreaVtast Cofle best on earth at 15. A. William. Dr. T. J. C.iblis and wife were shopping in the city Monday. H. V. Katnest, rf Proctor, was in Ihc city this week nn jury duty. Trobate court, regular August term, Will begin Monday, Ang. 2Ctli. A. J. Parsorrs, the irrepressible of Syracuse, was in the city this week. IjA us do your job printing, first class work and reasonable prices. Ice cream social on Fairley's Uwn Thursday evening. Everybody in vited. Prof. J. A. Uvosay and family, left Tucsdayfniorning for their old home, Graham, Virginia. The grand jury is sifting the evil trom the good this week, and may they Gnd all the evil. Misi Walt Gunn left Tuesday even ing for Upton to taVe in the street fair and have a good tun:. Tbe best of every thing in the grocery line at Willams. Mason & Hardy building. Miss Lillian Dunn went up to Tip ton Tuesday morning to attend the street fair and visit r...

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. — 29 August 1907

The Largest Ccuntiy Ncwapiv Published In clic Impcrfcl Stale. $1.00 pur year In advuncc. County ft V s Bjr vLs &Jf & n ViA h a o CI XJKNTUAL, MlSSOtlttl PA KM 111(1, MINING. UKAlfy-dTATE. ftAIIiKOAll AND fiUNUUAk SlFAVS. ' -vr W. V . Kinloch, Editor, and Praprirtor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday' Morning, August 9. 1907. No. 36. The Lai-gent and Hast Newspaper Published in Morgan Cuuuiy, Mo. $1.00 per ycor In uttrancc. Piico 51.00 per year in advance. enfrtt-s 5Krf:-i P i,.K 'rVn'.' tsi wn&nisse w0' MttnrorA' wsa -ftrsyjiiil KVBiikir cw.wii oara cows t HaiJEEZna vatusr'cw tbt M i m . Tb.er doors of the New Department Store, known as the Popper Dry Goods Co. will be opened Tuesday mornings September 8ra, at JLO:OU o'ciocK. Evor.ybody is Invited and Welcome to Attend the Great Dfcy of Dedication. . , ittit'in a. i Romot.hintf the than be on needed in this part of the State. This Eritabliphment will supply yen with all your wants, si: eh as are to be found in this,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 29 August 1907

Morgan County Republican W. W." KINLOCH, Published Versailles, . missouiFi It It the man who Is not nlrald of the present that need not fear the fu ture. A New York woman Rave onions the credit for her 10T years. In onion there Is strength. It you want to be told that smoking docs not hurt jou, go to a docto' who uses the weed. A right to run down tho rest of the world does not go with the purchase of an automobile. Mark Twain can sell his Jokes for 20 rents a word, but what does he do when he wanls ft nickel? Paris Is thinking of bulldTnK "get ort the earth" subways for pedestrians. This s the Automobile age. The new ten-dollar bills appear to be the most popular yellow banted literature ever put on the market. A St lxmis man has Just married because ho was dared to. Some men will risk anything rather than take a dare. Admiral Ijuln, who says that Japan wants to live at peace with the world, evidently desires to be a good Ijuln A Chicago lawyer boasts that he has lived for 61 days ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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