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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 3 October 1907

SPECIALIZATION. Once upon a time, not many years nonce, perhaps, a man, being seized with a sudden and violent pain, has tens to a doctor for relief. "Where Is the pain?" asks the doo tor. "Klght here," groans tho man, "and lays his hand on tho afflicted part. The doctor opens his case of instru ments and takes therefrom several delicate compasses and a number of finely grnduatcd tapes. With these lie proceeds to make precise and elab orate measurements, stopping t fre quent Intervals to set down a great many figures on n sheet of paper. "What are j on doing?" cries the mnn nt last, for his pain is all the time increasing. "Of course 1 shall make very sure first of all, that the location of the dimculty brings It within my specialty Do you tatee mo for a quack? You deserve to have been bom a thousand yeats ago!" replied tho doctor, so verely Puck. Reaction. "Don't deceive me. doctor! Tell me tho truth! Will my boy get well?" "Get well? Why, madam, he Is In no more danger of dying th...

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. — 3 October 1907

f NELLIE'S By VIVIAN ii'n nsrit b In - She gets lie that iimmlng with a dull headache a nileiuble sense or heaviness anil nervous unrest, rom nion enough, doubtless to oune mother who have not vet succeeded , ill adjusting their cmliiiiitice to the various burden of life She goes (Hit Into the pleasant, cojy kitchen. Charley has already millt the Hie In the ranee, and has gone on Into the large shed room they call hl workshop, where he Is occupvlnc his spare hours In con structing n set of furniture, from original patierns. for a spare b"d room Nellie Is planning to arraiiKi' "Well he mav feel fresh and lively and like working.' thinks Nellie, half ulletil as she HsUns to the cheer ful niello whistle with which he keeps time to the music of his tools. He slept like H lock all night. I don't suppose he ever guesses how little sleep or rest I got or cares, either, maybe " Which last Is clearly unjust; and Charley Hurt Is one of the best hus bands In the whole world, as Nellie herself ...

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. — 3 October 1907

CHAPTER IV. The Coward. As she loft mo 1 again caught the look of wonder, a resentful wonder, ti curiosity that wan oven harsh and stern. I seated mjsclf opposite the woman I had unconsciously wronged. For the first (line she looked at me, nnd I saw with relief that neither pain nor an-1 gulsh lurked In her clear eyes. Thero was no outraged lore nor tenderness. Nor was there pity for herself or for ma. Hut even so, it seemed to me pathetic that n woman should he so strong. "I wish to hear everything, llegln, please, with your first meeting with Mr. Wllloughby. Tell me all to the last moment." "I shall not spare either yourself or myself," I promised. "Did you know Mr. Wllloughby In tlrnatc'y? Were you at Oxford with him? I think I do not remember his speaking of you." She spoke slowly, with a certain aloofness. A desire to bo Just strug gled with a manifest dislike a dlsllko that was evidently not lessened be cause of my studied calm. Perhaps she thought a fervent expression of peni...

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. — 3 October 1907

S -YAY VW MVOpTN MUSIC-ROLL FOR THE BOUDOIR RIBBON WORK BASKET IS A DAINTY CONCEIT. Especially Useful In These Days When Elaborate Ornamentation of Lin gerie It the Delight of Al most Every Woman. Lingerie that Is dainty and sheer and bears the marks ot foiclgn needle work Is lavishly trimmed with ribbons and Uncork' tbat la plain and of do mestic make bas quantities ot ribbon run headings and bow knots to dec orate It, so tbat It Is easy to see that the well-dressVd woman of to-day Is particular about the decoration and beauty of her undergarments. All this trimming with ribbons means a few hours' work each week, and as many women prefer to reserve this ribbon running for their own spare hours rather than to give It to the maid to do they provide themselves with an outfit comprising the latest and most attractive bodkins, ribbon holders, fancy bags and scissors. One of the novel offerings In this line Is a miniature fish basket made of fine wicker and shaped exactly like the spacio...

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. — 3 October 1907

f TlflED BACKS. The kidneys have a great work to do in keeping tho blood pure. When they get out of order It causes backache -"-adaches, dlnlness, languor and distress Ing urinary troubles. Keep "the kidneys well and all these sufferings will be saved you. Mrs. S. A. Moore, proprietor of a restaurant at Wa tervllle, Mo., says: "Before using Doan's Kidney nils I Buffered everything from kidney trou bles for a year and a half. I had pain in the back nnd head, and almost con tinuous In the loins nnd felt weary all the time. A few doses of Doan's Kid ney Tills brought great relief, and I kept on taking them until In a short time I was cured. "I think Doan's Kidney Pills are wonderful." Tot sale at all dealers. SO cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. NO NEED FOP. WORDS, Brief Pantomime Told Everything to the Onlooker. Harrison drey Flsko discussed, at a dinner in New York, tho art of act ing. "I bellove," said Mr. Flsko, "In sub tlety and restraint A nod, a shake of the head, ...

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. — 3 October 1907

5 H. K. ENLOE, I ? RESIDENT DENTIST. J Offl 'Plirai, r"t1l- Them J 74. S9. 3 ; LOCAL NEWS. A fine tttrn fell TttcMliiy rmirninp. I ct us ilrt y.int jiih priming, cla5 work .mil rea'on.tlrlo price's, it is getting time to put n )nir "S! ut The Uvr" jipns. The l;tet cf eier)- tiring In the grorer) line at VVill.ims. Mawu 5; T' - .dy building. llcnt' n count) s m.ijoihy for the .; -on h.is o.'12. IMn'l see uhy lliej didn't make it unanimous. The latest in Ladies' bells, iust received at Cash. W. Rigrsach's On Tlie Corn . Cincinnati Cosiicr. The most ulenteil elocutionist before the ub lic." At UieM liotrsc Oft, l():h. Those luittiR jm!j .tn have same resetted at llanncj Bore. E. A. Villtms waM your prodtior, and will pay highest ptjeet. Manir. Hirdy block. Toronto Sunday World "Mis'. Bertha Cranlord created a furore with her lovely voice and refined, pleasinp mann.-r in her singing." At Opera house Oclocher 10th. Just Kecieved Anotlvcr car load vt Knobnoslcr flour, the best on the mark...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 October 1907

Morgan County Republican CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. The Largest Country Newspaper ubllshcd In the. Imperial State. , $1.00 per yenr In advance. The Largest and Best NcwspnpeF Published in Morgan County, Mo. $1.00 per year In advance. V. V . Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR,. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, October 10. 1907. No. 42. Price S1.C0 per year in advance. The Republican, (Successor to Tim DEMOCRAT.) W. W. KINL0CH, Proprietor. Bi.tcrtd III the Post Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mall matter. buhscnptieMi Price fl.UO Year. Phone No. lOJ. Advertising Rates. tlurilay advertising, by the Jfar. to avrrsRe ut luetics or niure.SJSc. per Inch enclt Is.ur. Ir ift s.lonal car-1., imie Inch, 50 cant! per tiiouth. two lurries, 7$ celils lief mantll. locals five lines, or over, 5 cents prr line for Ir.t (ivitloti 2c. per line (or each sulmeqtieril liihcitlovt In black type 10 cent, per line for first Insertion, ...

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. — 10 October 1907

Morgan County Republican W. W. K1NLOCH. Publisher. VERSAILLES.- Missouri Once a fisherman, always a liar. BleMcd Is the mnn devoid of suspi cion deceit nnd despair. L'nvy, mal're and hate arc- the most deadly poisons of the linmnn soul Stepping accldcntnllj on the corns of the end sent hog might help some. When money Is put above man hood financial vice triumphs over vir tue Some mnn ll.- tlinlr 1U-n knnwlnc lr and voluntarily for their country, i snmo for thoie they love, and some j fo Into automobile racing. - I An Mfnla girl has Joined a choru In spite of the fact tt.at the mm to whom she is engaged threatens to sin her up He can't be ry rlcfc Women's shoes will be more pointed' this fall, according to n fashion an- 1 thorlty, nnd the chiropodists aro look ing forward to a rush of business. It costs the government J35.0OO.OO0 a year now to distribute tho mall to the farmers, but remarks the Topcka Herald, It Is worth the money. The New York woman who has been J living with a bull...

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. — 10 October 1907

No Confuting Environment. Miss Edith (to evening caller) When I write I havo to bo entirety alono ami have everything quiet, no there will ho nothing to disturb my thoughts. I don't seo how any one ran dictate to an amanuensis. Mr Goodfellow It's Very easy. I dictate all my business letters. You do? And don't your thoughts often wander from tho Bubjcct until 5011 find yourself unable to proceed?" "Oh. no. .My typcwiltcr is a man." N. Y. Weekly. His Sentiment. "Yes, I acknowledge that your fa ther did me a favor onco which placed me under a lasting obligation to him. 1 cannot, therefore, refuse to lend you the money. Hut come around to-raor? row for It, won't you7" "Certainly, If jou haven't got It now." "Oh, I have it now, all right! only I halo on such notlco to part forever with what Is near and dear to me." Judge. A Bumper Crop. "Ya-as," said the man from south ern Kansas. "I reckon that year was what you might call a banner year with a bumper wheat crop. W'y do yu know that Silo...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 October 1907

A Lesson for the Girls By Hope Daring J tOop rlBliI I' .1 The Dallies were seated al (Heir mldda dinner when b neighbor's bo uncercmonlousls piifhed open Urcen door and tossed In a letter Got your mnll, 'Ml' Dailey.' lie railed out ns he run off Mrs Dailey. a little, faded blonde, turned nnd pleked up the envelope Iff from Katherlne. girl, she ei led, her voire not quite Mend Itertilcc the eldest daughter, held out her hand I will rend It. mam ma, fhr said speaking In b command (nK although well-bred volee. Mrs Dailey handed her the letter To be sure. It was addressed to her iielf but Beatrice attended to the af fairs of the entile household Ilealrlre was 23. tall and erect. she resembled her mother, only her eye and hair were darker, and she had he nlr of one born to command. Iter nice three eais Beatrice's Junior, was the beauty of the family. She was small and dark, with sparkling face and long-lathed. Spanish eyes. (Iladys was IS. and looked like her mother She was musical and a...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 10 October 1907

urAnmim CHAPTER V. Continued. "Like the others, you think I have forfeited the right to ono nor J of sympathy." ".More than nil the others, I should thlnlt," the answered calmly, without hesitation. "Yes," I said, wearily, "you have placed a placard on my back, as they used to put a high paper rap on tho boys In school. On the cap tho school masters used to wrlto the word 'Dunce;' on the placard you have written tho word 'Coward.' And yet I am not quite a coward. Do you re fuse to fee that I am simply one of those men whoso fate It hns been to be trlod to tho uttermost? Forgive me; I am appealing to your sympathy after nil. You resent that It la qulto natural. It wan a moment of weak ness." Again I pushed back my chair. She regarded mo half curiously. Perhaps she noticed I was haggard and pale, rcrhnps In splto nf herself, sho was n llttlo sorry for me. "Oh, I suppose," sho said, very gently, "that thcro Is something to be said In tho defense of ovcryono. Ily and by I may feel hiss ...

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. — 10 October 1907

Uantttmts JfewsBanj to By CAPT. R. G. F. CAN DACE. Marine Surveyor1 ! SllBEfer 1 EDITOR MISTAKES IN DRESS PROPER COMBINATIONS DISRE GARDED BY WOMEN. the house meets desirable acquaint ances. would It bp proper for htm to Invite tlic man and his wife to rail, even though he had not mot thp lat ter. A Sl'HSCKlUKU Certainly. If cither you or A our hus band wish people to call, ask them, Muting a day when ou are at home. It you arc out a great deal. Of courso In small towns society Is not so ex acting an In a city and In consequence much more delightful and Informal. For a Bridal Shower. Dear Madame Merrl: Your column Is a great help and I feel sure ou can assist nie on this occasion. I want to give a shower for a girl who Is going to India and of course bulky things arc not to be considered, and she has had a "linen shower." Please give me some suggestions. .MAH1.M.K T. In this Instance why not have a "turnover shower?" No bride can have too many of these Indispensable bits of nerk wea...

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. — 10 October 1907

UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PERUNA. Ex-Senator M. C Duller. Dysfefsia Is Ofttn Caused By Catarrh ef the Stomach Peruna Relieves Ca tarrh of the Stomach and Is Thereore a Remedy for Dyspepsia. --- . - - -... ........ I Hon. M. C. Ilutler, U. S. Scnntor from bouth Carolina lor two terms, In n letter from Washington, D. C, writes to tlio l'eruna Mudlclne Co., as follows: " can recommend Peruna !or dyspepsia ant! stomach trouble, I hare been uslnmour medicine tor a short period and I ttel very much relieved, it is indeed a wonderlul medicine, besides a good tonic." i i mm . . . . . i - . . . . . pATAnitll of tlio stomach Is tlio cor- rect naioc for most eases of dyspep sia. Only an Internal catarrh remedy, moh as I'cruua, is available. Peruna Tablets can now bo procured. Positively cured hy these Little rilla. The? also relief DU- I treat from Dape ptU, In dljeslloo and Too Hearty iLiiimir. a perfect rem- led j for Dlziloee., Nau i;a, DrowBiuesi, Dad I Taste In the...

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. — 10 October 1907

5 K. K. ENLOE, S S RESIDENT DENTIST. 3B. J ; local Nnws. 11 in tin vnir )oli printing, first iv irK ntnl n;l(in;ili!c piled. Iiest of cvtry tiling in the u line at WilLim. Mnwn fv i li'jiltl'np. Mi. I oh K. J'tiro. of tins city, left Friday for Oiirnillc to mt fticnd tWe. anil itil attend the SciUli.i Fair this week. The latest in Ladies' belts, ,js! received at Caw. W. Bii-ksach's On Tlie Cottier. It i t'ul.ir communication of Ver Milles K0y.1l Arrh Cluptir next Sal ti nij-lit. A full attendance is !' I t. E. A. Villain wants your prntlurc, -H will pay highest price!. Mason f 'I.irih block. There is some talk of organizing a r'tapter of the orilcr of the Ristcrn Star at this place. We hope it will oon be an accomplished fact. No liettcr order exists. Dr. Woods is figuring on putting in, next summer, in the Woods block he is now remodeling, a complete waterworks system and electric light and power plant. Just Recievcd Another car load ot Knobnoster tlour, the best on the market. At ...

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. — 17 October 1907

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MifflNG, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. flic Largest and Best Ncvs)5pcT Published li Morgan County Mo: $1.00 per yciaf Ih advnhcc. The Largest Country Newspaper Published in the Imperial State. $1.00 per year In advance. W. V . Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday1 Morning, October 17. 1907. No. 43. Piicc $1.00 per year in advance. The Republican, (Succesor to Tim Drmocrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. linlered In Hie Post Office at Versailles, Missouri m second class mail matter. Subscription Price, fl.(K) a Year. Phona No. 133. Advertising Itntea. Display advertising, by Hie ytnr. to average four Inches or inote, 8ic. per Inch ench Issue. Professional cants, one Inch. SO crutf per month: two Inches, 75 cent, per month, !ocaii five ltn, or over, scents per Hue far first insertion; 2Jc. per line for each subsequent Insertion. In black type 10 rents per line for first Insertion, 5 cents per ...

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. — 17 October 1907

f Morgan Counly Hepublican W.W. KINLOCH, Publisher" VERSAILLES, MISSOURI If you can't be cheerful, be as cheer ful ai you can. He who weds and runs away no moro should seek a wedding day. A nation cannot sink lower than lt worst people or rise higher than Iti beat citizens. It la going to take n pood deal of flrmneaa to keep the Hague conference from breaking up In a fight. Vladivostok Imported last year from Australia and the Argentine republic more than 12,000,000 pounds of meat A Seattle girl has traveled 3,000 mllei to marry a Connecticut Treach er. Ho ought to be good when ahe gets him. These mlsmated couples who kill esch other and themselves might with propriety lift up their eyes and see how wide the world Is. The record of the Alps, of eighty people killed and twenty-two Injured during the season, almost puts them In the automobile class. A million tons of papor are used a year In the printing Industry of the country. That looks as if we, as a nation, were reading some. A p...

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. — 17 October 1907

. -. .-4 BASIS OF WEALTH THRIFT AND ECONOMY. Right Thinking Necessary to Great est Success In Every Field of Endeavor. Kconomy Is ono of the essontlnla to success. It matters not how great MOTHER EARTH KIND TO ALL HOME HER CHILDREN. SEEING THINGS WITH THE GOOGAN GIRLS Ttr Htr Itf (tttltit, A4f let, rIlt Cbtflirlt. rrospt ti4 Irapttfetttt tuliUiea Ib 41Umnif Bf Bktir far THE GOOGAN GIRLS, 'Phone 00 Tool-toot Studio 365 Tallest Building CONVERTING MRS. PIKE. By Helena 8mlth Dayton. Pictures by Angle Breakspear. A man In a brown leather cap wait ed for the elevutor And Incidentally studied the sign on tho door opposite, THE GO00AN GIBLS. Specialists In Motor-opathy. Tho elevator drew up to dock, tho elevator man shouted "Going south," but tho passenger had chanced his mind. Ho wanted to know inoro about motoropathy. "Como In," responded two voices to his knock. Upon entering Mr. Pike vras aston ished not only at tho pair of young women that confiwnted him In crisp When In Trouble 8end ...

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. — 17 October 1907

The Luck of By Mary (Ccp right, by Jofrpti B. Hon In.) I think t was never more surprised In my life than when, about n monlh ago. Frank Esterhazy rame rushing Into my office In his old. Joyous, off hand way. and after a crushing hand thake. btgan to tumble my papers about, and play with my kejs just as naturally as It he hadn't been In South Africa for the last t liter years, out of everybody's reach, and almost out of evers body's mind. It fairly made me feel like a boy again to see Frank sitting there telling his adventures. He had led a roving life back and forth between Chill and Teru, It seemed, selling every golden opportunity for trade: now with United States goods, and now with na tlvo diamonds; nnd he had something to do with that great railroad that lisped o mountain gorge, planned by one of his own country's engineers. Frank had made a fair fortune by It all, In Ingots nnd ducats, nnd all man ner of foreign reckoning, and here he was. a One bronzed fc-'lnw of 29, In the ...

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. — 17 October 1907

SIN UPON SIN Sta hj ittp Dld treadi the tnaia of !. STORY BY THE "HIGHWAY AND BYWAY" PREACHER C4pjrttf lit, I);, bj the Author, vv , 8. EJaon Scripture Authority: 2 Samuel In 6-27. ooooooooooooooooooe 3ERMONETTE. Sinful Indulgence In n 1 d I hour made David a murderer. Little did he think on that first night of pleasure to what awful depths his sin was to lead hlr.t. Out the pathway of sin leads downward and ever farther and farther away from God. One wrong step Is taken In the de sire to gratify some unholy long ing and then a dozen more steps are found necessary In the. attempt to cover up the traces of the sinful conduct. The progresslveness of sin Is one of Its most striking char acteristics. No one starts out with the purpose, or even ex pectation, of becoming a mur derer. The boy with his first glass, or his first night out In questionable companionship, does not stop to think what the full fruition of his first mis step may be. The man who takes his first fling at specula tio...

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. — 17 October 1907

Indus' Kit :uttino STEEL WITH PIPE BLOW- New Ony-Aretylene Deuce Perteetrd by a Frenchman. Tho "cutting" of Iron or steel p!ntc by the local application of litcnsc heal l not a now method It has been scfomiillshed b, tho friction of a rapidly turning disk, by tho electric arc. and by tho use of blowpipes of larlous kinds, thr motnl being partly molted and rartly burned away along tho lino of separation. Herentlv a de vice using the new o ocitlene blowpipe for this pmpce has been greatly perfect i d and sltnpllfled In France. What It can do Is described In an article contributed b Dr. (corses Vltouv to l.a Nfltmo Sas tM writer This Instrunif nt differs from tho ordinary oy-arotlent blowpipes by the addition of a third tube, con trolled by a ttop-cock. whose p irpose Is to direct on the object heated by the blowpipe a cential Jet of oxycen that effects the combustion of the metal. The apparatus Is easily handled. The blowpipe being connected by Ilex lole tubing with flasks of comprest...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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