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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 September 1907

a TOLD HIM THE TRUTH. Dad's Indignation Got the Better of Hit Judgment. An old German farmer, viho residue In one, of the rural districts of tho stato of Iowa, was the father of a half-witted boy, whoso lack of Intel lect wns tho causa of no little anxiety and sollcltudo on tho part of the pa ternal parent, "Dot ioy Shon," ho wns heard to re mark In tho courso of n conversation with n neighbor of llko Teutonic origin, "bo Iss not ferry bright, abor I ton't vant you to tell him because Vin't vant ".'m to know It." Meanwhile tho young hopeful was driving through tho barnyard with a load of bay, which In attempting to turn a sharp corner ho unfortunately upset. Tho old man Immediately becarao highly Indignant. "Shon!" ho bellow, ed In a volco of thunder, "you Iss a plame fool, you always vasa a fool, you always vlll po a fool, you not kuow noddlngB." Judge's Library. Sheer white Roods, in fact, any nn wash goods when new, owo much of their atlrnctlteiuss to tho way they are laundered, ...

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. — 12 September 1907

H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. S!fid.i- 'i 3!. 74. LOCAL NEWS. 5 Katlr Ilre.iUnt lfl-e host on v rih at 1".. A. dlliuis. Mrs. (immi Ml ltivtl.i i I last veil (or St. Iiiiii, on a visit. 1.0 1 in ilo vmr ("li iirintiii)!. first l.is work and renMinjlilr ptiies. IncnJTs Idler anil I'rril Hunter led M -ml.rt lor W.ittensliiiri; to attend the Normal. The le4 o( everv thine in th'e prrxrn line at Will.iins. Mason & Jlirdy building. Miss Kihcl Smith, who has Jirrn siiting relatives and Iricnds in dirks- Imrj (or vitnc time. retnrtKfJ home Friday. Tlie latest in Ladies' belts, just, received at Cam. W. Biursacm's On Tlie Corner. Oa id Coriittt. nft Harnett, was irans.irtiiif: l'Uincs in the rity Mon day, and we aiknouledgcd a pleas ant call. K. A. Wiriams wants your prorhrci , and will imy highest prices. Maon & Hardy block. Miss Helen Wrnr left last Thurs (Kiy for Kanvn City, where she will attend sthool this u inter. Just Rcrtcved Another rr loud t Knobni st-.-r fl mr. the K-t on...

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. — 19 September 1907

Morgan County Republican. The Largest Country Newspaper Published in the Imperial State. $1.00 per year in advance. The Largest and Best NcwspnpeF Published irt Morgan County, Mo. $1.03 cr year In oHvanct; ClSNTKAL MISSOUM FARMING, MINING, REAL ISS'iATE, RAILROAD AND GKNURAL NBVS. j , W. Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, September 19. 1907. No. 39. Price $1.00 per year iri advance. A Grand Victory For God and Humanity Morgan County Dry By a Ma jority of 136. A Red Letter Day For Morgan County. The election last Friday to decide whether Morgan County people pre ferred the licensed saloon or no sa loon; passed off very quietly, both sides doing their best to win, and when the polls closed the victory was with God and the right. The Morgan County Kkpuiimcan, ilocs not claim all the honor and glory but IT was in the fight all right, and it 'liiln't require a microscope of any great magnitude to discern which side it was on. The leader was ne...

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. — 19 September 1907

Morgan County Republican W. W. KINLOCH VEUSAIM.ES. publisher, Missorm Do nothing behind a man's back that you would not lo to his face. Peary evidently thinks tho pole will keep, as he has postponed his expedi tion until next summer. The Chicago woman who lost $S00 In cash and Jewelry out ot her stock- j log ought to buy a monty hen The Washington dancing girl ho bathed In beer was merely further demonstrating her love for hops. Tho woman who died recently at the ago ot 107 and claimed that sho owed her life to eating onions had a strong reason for her prolonged exist ence. An Italian duke who has no bad habits and no debts Is engaged to an American girl, but we notice that the girl's father Is a multimillionaire, all the same. Duke of the Abruzzl Is talking o! , making a balloon trip to tho pole. Walter Wellman may be able to fur-, nlsh him with a diagram ot tho best , aerial route. i sss We have our doubts nbou removing freckles, says the Nashville American, since noticing that qu...

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. — 19 September 1907

Mr the) cwlBk UT-OF-DdORS After the heat of midsummer na ture offers upcclnl Inducements to the athletic girl, and for such we offer the above suggestions In dress. Tho first gown Is of brown and white check with buff revcrs, and black velvet col lar, and Is ciowncd with a hat of manllla turned up with black, and trimmed with black, and the coat has pipings of buff and buttons of gold, and beneath it should be worn any port of simple shirt, either of lawn, of tucked whlto crepe do chine, or of Shantung. The great essential to the success of this costume Is Its absolute IIU.S find It an easy task to look nice In tho sum mer time. The simplest white dress made of cambric, with a tucked skirt and a Moused bodice, will bear, If the waist be trim and the belt neatly adjusted, under tho Influence of a good hat and n colored chlfTon scarf round the shoulders, an as pect not un worthy of a cos tho best artists. tumi- from one of Yet ncaln I ouote from a personal encounter, and tell of n dre...

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. — 19 September 1907

fHfl www uaT F Mr Wi.um A r t' n will nwr qumt'iins Onil r nl VllVK 'I' ti'ST on at r jl ( n-nalninp to ine r.-jbje. t of b .iluinir for 'in- rc.nl' . a of tus psj.or. "n m i'unt of lis wlrt' opf rlfnrr as r.lltor. Author nnJ Manufac turer, lie l. Without llnuht. tli hlBhcft nuthoritt on oil tht sui-jort AiMress nil Inqul'rin to Willinm A. ItnJforJ, No. 194 Fifth At. OhlrnRO. 111. and only enclose two-cent stump for reply. A small cottage house IS feet wldo by 4S feet C inches Inns is Riven In this plan It Is built without An attic which saves expense in roof construc tion and the low roof design fits the genera style of the house better than a high roof could. It is a small affair when measured up against the ordi nary house, but it contains more room and more contenlenco than the ortho dox fire room Oat In n city and it Is immensely superior when it comes to comfort. A person neter appreciates the value of a good cellar until they leave one and go to live in a city fiat where you ...

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. — 19 September 1907

W TfrSTERY IAMNEYCROFT bhpIOAFPH SPOWN POOKE copyright ixir by orvuVLHn OhCJVm K VWHL. J7VRY-PXEd3 CORPORATION CHAPTER XXVI. Continued. "Mother helped taku care of Mr. Carney, sir, and washed his things mid tht bandages he used, and when wo hd to go to thu rellnr to stay as wo dhS when you came, fearln' as you might seo us ut tho house, Mr. Jenks would get the tilings for her when we'd leave 'in In the path. We always h.id enough to eat stored away for such times and we could net water from the rler, but sometimes wo had to send things to mother and so Mr. Jcnks would take them. He didn't know we were here at all, sir. but ho wt.jlM to marry mother, you know, nnd so he'd do whatever she told him, without asking nny questions. 'Was It Jenks who told ou when I cabled to Kurope?" I asked. "You must have known of It very soon to have answered It so promptly." "Yes, sir," replied llobbs, "You see, sir, he's at the station every day, nnd a message to llngland made bucu a sensation that th...

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. — 19 September 1907

RECORDING SUNSHINE. Hew It li Done by the Aid of a Burn InQ Glass. At the Hoval Horticultural society's I,- experimental station at Wlslry. In Surrr, I'tigland the sunshine 1 recorded ti n burning glass. The lens Ip a perfect sphere, so that when the sun Bhincs the glafs projects a focal point upon a piece of paper placed be hind the glass, no matter at what angle the sun Is. During the duration of the sunshine the paper Is burnt; when the sky becomes overcast the burning ceases. The burnt line gives the periods of sunshine. "FREAK" PHOTOGRAPHS. Funny Caricatures Are Made by Use of Prisms. The "freak" pictures of well-known people which were used by the lead ing dallies recent ly made every body wonder how the distorted pho tographs were made. A writer in Camera Cri.tt gives the secret, which proves to be easy of execu tion. The distortion is accomplished by the use of prisms, as follows: Se- Section Through Prism. cure from an optician or leaded glass establishment two glass prisms...

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. — 19 September 1907

WHAT FATHER AND HARRY ACCOMPLISHED AN ILLINOIS MAN WRITES RE CARDING HIS SUCCESS IN WESTERN CANADA. Chango In Homestead Regulations Makes Entry' Easily Accomplished, "Nothing succeeds like success" Is an old nnd truo saying lmlng many applications In Western Canada. The following letter Is an Illustration. The writer, Mr. Oorts, left Chicago a short tlmo ago and the success ho has achieved may well bo gained by any one having pluck and energy by locat ing on tho free homestead lands In Western Canada. A change recently made In the Canadian Land Regula tions concerning homesteads makes It possible for any member of a family to tnako entry for any other member of tho family entitled to a homestead. For Instance, a man may now make entry before the local agent for his father or for his brother or brothers, or for his son or sons, or for a sister or daughter who may bo tho head of tho family haWng minor children de pending upon her for support. A sis ter, daughter or mother aro also en ...

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. — 19 September 1907

f tit rut nr? it o RESIDENT DENTIST. 2 i I' ktsllf'f Titwne ay. 74. J I a RKnl:KSrtltirtCllllt,ft 5 LOCAL NHWS. r e aaavtittriii Miss ( h (lis -nn left Sundas Light In mi tt IilT mother in St. l.ouis nni! visit r-l.tincs there, Ixl us do your juh printitij;. first class work and re.isonilile prtic. rrid.iv tin- Ktlh i ur? .111 iinhuh da Ak the Morgan count) saloon I ' "prr. The liest o cury thing in the jtrorrry line .it Wilkin. Mason & riotdy hiillding, Hentnn county voted on lor.il optinn Sitnnl.iy and went wet lit nearly 600. l'tor old Kenton. The latent in Ladies' bolts, just received at Caul VV. Biuusacu's On Tlie Cottier K. A. WilUiiis wants your produce, ;mt will pay highest imci. Mat.011 6 Hardy block. Just Kecicwd Another enr load of Knoln tier flour, the bct on the market. At K. A. WiilamV. S. I.. Flcigcr anil 11 He, uf Cairo, Mo., who haie been visiting their son-in-law, K. K. Smith ami family, fil this city, returned home Friday. Shoes by the thousand, at rock bottom...

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. — 26 September 1907

Morgan County Republican UENTHALi MISSOURI PAUMINO, MINING, URAL RBTATE, KAIMtOAD AND GENERAL. NEWS. The Largest Country Newspaper Published in the Imperial State $1.00 per year In advance. the Lnrjicst and Best Newspnpt-r Published in Mor-jinn Counly, Mo $1.0 3 cr yenr In advance. W. V '. Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. ElG-HTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, September 26. 1907. No. 40. Price S1.00 per yerir in advance. The Republican, (Successor to Till! DrtMocuAT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. hntcreil hi the Tint Office at Versailles, Missouri nt second cl mail matter. Subscription Price,. .fl.00 a Year. 'Phono No. 105. Advertising Rates. UUpliyntlri-rtl.lng. liythe year, to nvtragc lour Itic lie or inure, Swc. per Inch each lm-. I'rofr.slonnl cnirln, one Inch, SO cent r luotuni two Inches. 7j cent per month. liesls m-e line, or over. 5 ceiil jter line for filt Insrltinii; Slic. Jier line for ecli siiUe-itimt lh-iliatl lu M.ick t)pe 1U cent ter line for first Insertion, S...

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. — 26 September 1907

Morgan County Republican A TALE OF TWO CITIES W. W. KINLOCH, vi:nsii.i.r.s Publisher. . MlSVRt Difficulties are tho stepping itencf to duns. Decent dipt cures more Ills than de voted doetors. The silent man behind speaks loudest. Tie oldest nnd dullest .18- the lulghtest Jewel brow msj itoolngicnl note: Down on Carp Cod thc ure making the sand fl 1 There ts no alloy In thp plpasure 01 those who give Joy to little children It Is 21 karats fine. Matichusetta doctor says hp be, ds his patients Just as ho did CC yars ago. Majbc, but not the sami ones Sorm body has discovered that there are 4 roads which lead to hell. It I t - ' al i hat they are all flLly raved at the f ut IT C - ict Iionl should rpally reform ard into politics It would be an up lift that might well cause the Gould fan. v to takp a second look at him. KILLS "AFFINITY" MARRIED MAN, SUSPECTING RIVAL, SLAYS GIRL. . HOLDS 2-CENT FARF. LAW CRIME. ' Pennsylvania Judge, In Knocking It Out, Uses Strong Lanquage. Sir Thomas Lint...

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. — 26 September 1907

THE WAY IT DIDN'T HAPPEN. "Mother." little Willie Jonee, "If tln-ru' no work to do, I'd like to Join tlie other boys And ko In flwlinmlntr, too." "Ttiere' not a bit of work to dy." Halt Willie's mother kin:: "It'n ntc-rut to know ho to swim. Ho so I ilo not mind." "Kather.' raid Willie to Ms pa When lie had older drown: I'd like to tmoke and wish that 1 A briar plpn might own." "And si you shall." said Willie's pa, Proud of his manly aon: And to tha storo ho went to buy A real expensive one. "Denr folk?." said Willie In them all When he as twimtv-thrce, "J lovo Marie, nnd we're engaged And married soon will be.' We love her so!" "Hhe's Just the girl"' "The only girl for you we'd choose!" Whlc h goes to prove these lines are false And writ but to amuse. iltToiil Trembly. In Puck. Mrs. Hobson's Choice. .Mrn llnbson I wish 1 had some thing to read. Did you get only ono Sunday paper? Mr. Hobson Yes, uiy dear, but It Is In two parts. "Well, let me have one while you are reading the other...

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. — 26 September 1907

0 U NEW IN EMBROIDERY AN EFFECTIVE AND SIMPLE COMBINATION. Flower Design on Front of Blouse Has Caught the Fancy el These Who Seek Originality. Wi.irv of i mlmildercd blouses In l 'liicb ork. In e.ielet and In shadow wo-.k the girl who ran have what she v-jnii- looks llstlcsil) around for an in-c'r.itlon which will tell her what fhf (on want. sas a writer In the Now ork Herald. The Bhops .ire ful. of these oft told tales of embroid er and tn new Idea cullies to her. I' Mini? in be lurklnc on the horizon, or ;i.t over It, where she cannot see It It n i..-t lie something novel, some :l. in. iiu'i-- effective and rich. And then she sees It! A friend has seen something which pave her the idea and has adopted It to her own use And. Joj of Joys! It Is a kind uf i.k which may be done on the beaeh on the veranda, while waiting for the mail, by electric light, and. In deed In an moment that Is free from other jos and duties. It Is strikingly effective and et so simple In construction as to b...

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. — 26 September 1907

BYylRTHUR CHAPTER I. The Tragedy. My fet touched the narrow lodge. I was safe. Hut Wllloughby? Ilrave Wllloughty? ' I tried to call to him. No sound came from my lips. I was too ex hausted. The last atom of strength was spent. For tho jnoment I was paralyzed body and mind, I could only Iran helpless against the moun tainside, gasping for breath. And al most Immediately Wllloughby's voice came, quite cheerfully, qulto steadily: "All right? Ilully for you. Ixjok out, here's tho rope. Now If I have decent luclt. Ho ready to bear a hand." Again I tried to cry out, to warn him. If lie would wait flvo minutes, three minutes, one minute, I might bo my self again. Still no sound came from my frozen lips. The rope fluttered over the over hang. It struck the ley ledgo of tht jutting rock to which I e!ns. Then slowly It fell over until It swayed loosely In the wind, ntlll suspended from my body. I did not attempt to draw It In. I was too exhausted, for an exertion so slight as that. It swiyed ...

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. — 26 September 1907

FOR SMART FROCKS HANDMADE TRIMMINGS EASY OF EXECUTION. Comparatively Small Expenditure of Time and Money Neceary to Produce Results That Are Meet Effective. Anyone who Is clever at handwork can make roost effective trimmings for smart frocks at a very small expendi ture of time and money, the little dra nines accompanjlng this article (honing some of the newest handmade trimmings, which can be carried out In various ways, and the result gives a touch of Individuality to any gown. The first design illustrates a trim ming which is being widely used on the summer gowns. The sketch shows how to gather this puffing. which can be made of ribbon, to be used as an Insertion between bands that head ruffles, etc. The marguerite in the second little drawing is done in baby ribbon on fllet net A row of these motifs gives a cha-m.ng effect This might be cade of si;k ribbon velvet or soft b-ad Figure th-ee is a lattice of ribbon, and makes a vey original trimmlsg. The fourth sketch Is a pattern d...

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. — 26 September 1907

KIDNEYTROUBLE Suffered Two Veins Relieved In Threi Months. MR. C. B. FIZEtt, Mt. Sterling Ky writes : have uittercd with kidney and other trouble tor ten ) ems past. "Last Miirch I rnmmi'ncril ustnr; Peru mi mid continued fur tin ft months. I have tint ued It kin e, nor have 1 felt a palu. "I hellcrc that I nm Hell and I there fore plve niv highest cninini'liihitiuil to the curative qualities of IVruna." Pc-ru.na For Kidney. Trouble. Mrs. Oco. II. Slinsor, Grant, Ontario, Can,, writes: "I lmil not boon well for about four years. had kidney tumble, mid, In tact, felt badly nearly all the time. "This Milliliter 1 pot so very bad I thought 1 would try 1 Vrniia. ko I urate to you nnd began ni once to take l'cruua and Manulin. "I took onlv two bottles of I'erutm and one of Aliimilln, nml now I fiel better than I luiro for soino time. "I feel that lVmnn nnd Miinalln cured mound made a dllTetent woman of mo ultosri ilier. I bless the day I pii-hed up the little booh and read o'.wiur reruii...

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. — 26 September 1907

j H. K. ENLOE, 1 r RESIDENT DENTIST. Olfl . llflltF 7.1 n le I'lmti. '. aKtr.nRr.it.Rr.r.KABiiiir.ii I LOCAL NI-WS. , ll us ihi tmir joli tunting. first diss uirk .tml rc.iHiii.ilic (mies, i in- ni'i hi etcrt nunc in tlio (.i in ir) line .it Will mis. M.ison ,V llanlt 1 milling, lSvlilon rnunu'ii 111.-1j.it it fur the Mln.in u.is .MJ. Il.m'i sen whj the) ili.ln'l m.ikc it iin.miuuius. The kitost in Ladies' belts. jut recelvei) at Caul V. Bii-rsach's (In 'flip Cm nr. ikhihnnn lit-ld her first election 'J ui-mI.1) . Sept. 17th, anil ucnt Imtli llcuim-i .tie ami I'nilnliilitHi ,t ,i.ingc iiiiinn.itl4n. 10. A. U'illams uniits jour product, ami uill pay lii;;Wt prices. Mason i Ilartlt block. Dr. l.ulman atlrr.ilid a meeting ( the District Medical Amuriatiun hi Tipton last Tliursdj), anil reports an line n. sting time. Just Uerietotl Another car load I Knolin. ster lli.tir. the bt-K on the market. At l' A. Wii.muV. Miss I'eail Midtllcton. of Pcd.iKa, r une down Friday to tint tier Irieml....

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. — 3 October 1907

Morgan County Republican CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL, ESTATE, RAILROAD AND blCNERAL NEWS. Tlic Largest Country Newspaper Published fn the Imperial State. $1.00 per year In advance. The Largest and Best NcwSpapef Published In Morgan County, Mo, $1.03 cr ychi- In advance. x V . Klnloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, October 3, 1907. No. 41. Pficc $1.00 per year in advance. I he Republican, (Buccevor to TUB DEMOCRAT.) W. W. KINL0CH, Proprietor. Wintered tn tin Tott OIGca t Versailles, TilUwuri a claw, mail matter. iuliw4itimi Price, ...flXJR a. Year, 'Phon. No. 103. 'Advertising Rate. Uply .lTtrtMofe, by.the yw, to Average 1 f fnrlc ni nirtre, St$c perlnch ekch Imda. Vr-tfi'sslonst caVUs, btie Inch, AO mum per Vriwtlittwa laches, 75 cents pec mouth, f LocslsAvltnes, of orcr, seruitper lluaffor flrnt tniMtUoiq Hit. prr line fur ecn lutawqaeiit lurtion. lu black rp la'eetils pr line ior Ktrsl tmertlon, I essts -per Hn. for evcli sutee l...

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. — 3 October 1907

Morgan Counijjtepublican w7"w."kINLOCh7 Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI A msn ln't necessarily bald be came he hn tio bclr. IN HONOR OF M'KINLEY A low-lying country doet not need to bre low-lying reople. A goat 7nayrtoTbr much tor milk, but ki the butter he In In cltst A. Jtpan appears to be going ahead 00 the theory that Korea It not jet :t year ot age. "Fine for flirting,"" says a headline In a Montana paper. Police court or moonlight on the lake? Snrprlfeiaexpreafed when a wom an burglar la caught that the ahould be stylishly dretsed. That la what the steals for. Naturaliylf w 111 "be-gratifying to the daring explorer who first reachea the north pole to And that all wind will wait him southward. An Aurora man has been arretted for dolus his own plumbing. Perhaps he charged himself less for It than the constitution provides In aucb canes. Those seven children who were born on a steamer that waa crossing the Atlantic can nmuso themselves all their lives writing to the papers to ask...

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