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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 November 1907

Qmd RULES FOR A MAN WHO IS CON TEMPLATING MATRIMONY. Facts to nsccrtnln when meeting nn attractive young woman with whom you mny fall In love: Is Bho Eflllsli? You can tell this In three ways: lly the manner In which sho listens to what you Bay; by tho way ehe accepts what you ilo for her; and by tho difference between the way sho treats you and tho way sho treats others, J Is she fickle? If she talks about light things she Isn't. Deep, she Is. Is ehe extravagant? lly tho way sho protests against our spending money on her, and always arranges matters so that jou cant' help but do It. Is she a bad housekeeper? lly tho way sho dresses. If Bho Isn't Bplc and span, she Isn't. If she Is, then she Is. TIIK SOLUTION'. When ou have satisfied your mlnJ that she is all of these things, marry her at once, Jf you can get her, for the following reasons: First, becauso If she really loves you sho will change. Second, because If you lovo her, It will bo so much more Interesting. Third, because you...

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. — 7 November 1907

-py..s HIS FLOWER GIRL By Georgia I Uh- i When Mr. Ferris Archer n ered by tin obsequious bullet Into the luxurious 1lbrnr of Judge Van Nos trand on a certain cold evening lain In November, and rank Into a comfort able easy-chair In fun- a bright Ore of oft coal. It was with a feeling or complete and entire satisfaction. He had, In short, for months been living In a sort of fool's Paradise, and he was at this moment awaiting the coming of the woman he loved. A bold and skillful painter of brilliant landscapes Archer was, and, with hosts of friends among the loveliest and most brilliant women In the town, he chose to lay the tribute of his love at the feet of tho quietest and least dazzling of them all. Helen Van Nostrand was r.ot "a man's woman;" she had many friends, but they were chiefly amonr those of her own sex: and In spite of her wealth and position and the charming and gracious hospitality which she dispensed as head of her father's household (for her mother had died when sh...

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. — 7 November 1907

CHAPTER XI. Contlnud. An Immcnso man stood stliry at the window awaiting us. Ills boa ing was slovenly, as was Ills nttlro. Ire spec tacles and tho puffy face, unnaturally pale, suggested tho habits of the stu dent. Hut tho eyes, small, crafty, and very bright, Instantly corrected my first Impression, and left tno banted and vaguely distrustful. It was tho man whoso reflection t had seen In tho pler-glnss. "Ah, my cousin at last! Georges, this Is Mr. Ilnddon, an American. IU comes to tho chateau at Altorhoffcn as our guest." It was Impossible to doubt that ho had spied on me wirh Madame de Varler's consent. Hut 1 was certain that ho heard of my consent to go to Alturhoffon with positive annoyance. I was not blind to the significant look that passed between them: tho eyes of Mafame do Varlcr dilating In tri umph aud defiance; Dr. Stnrva equal ly defiant and Billion. Kvldently there was discord In the camp. Dr. Starva did not welcome tho fly that had consented to walk Into the web. We...

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. — 7 November 1907

Fair FINE STAGE GOWNS I MARVELOUS CREATIONS WORN OY LILLIAN RUSSELL. pie architectural lines and In slmplo color effects, In splto of elaboration of detail. The white tailored laco gown worn In the first net, and which Is Illustrated, Is of baby Irish lace, heaMly encrusted with heavy Irish guipure motifs that form a deep bor der, and skirt, sleeves and bodice are finished off with a tailored linen ede Actress Will Alawys Hold Hearts of' S(,t on wltll cn(noe9 pearl buttons Admirers While Her costumes Remain Something at Which Women Wonder. Lillian Iturseil never need look for ward to the time she will stop reign ing In the hearts of womeo she could hold them forever with taly her per fect clothes. Where could be better entertainment than to analyze a $1,000 gow tit And It Is wonderful Just to Fee a real Greuze coiffure, such as Is worn In Paris, with ribbon Interwoven lhrougb the puffs puffs that encircle the back of the bead, If you please and the ribbon le lost sight of, only to c...

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. — 7 November 1907

ErlixirffSonna LloQnsos tlipov.stom Effect-- u Ti. 1 lJ Vi unily.Uisnol.s LolUsntiiineair anhos uao to.LotvsVmation; nil Acts naturally, acts truly as a Laxative. Best forMenTOtnrn nnu Onld rcn-Voimi' au Old. Io ct its JkntpjicialEjccts Alwnvs uuY.tlio faenuinc utucli hasluc jull ntrmeojilic Lorn- CALIFORNIA Syrup Co. by whom it ii manufactured, pnnlcil on t tie SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. one s'uv only, regular price 50 tp" Lottie JUST WHAT HE WANTED. Surety Here Were Musical Tastes Enough to Suit Anybody. A gentleman ot the. most cultivated musical tastes, wishing to change his residence, advertised for rooms In a private family "fond of music." Tho next mall brought him tho follow ing reply: . "Dear Sir: I think wo could accom modate you with rooms, and as for music ono ot my daughters plays the parlor organ and glttar; another ono plays tho accordcon and hanjo; I play tho cornet and fiddle; by wuo plays the harmonica and my son tho flute. Ws all sing and If you aro good at te...

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. — 7 November 1907

HKK.,JmjHt, Jr. . H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. kvir 3P. ....... . I LOCAL NEWS. Probate cmirt begins next Monday. The best of every thing in the grocery line at Wjllmns. Mason & Hardy building. Mrs. White, o( Kayclte, Mo. and Mi Lucy, came in Tuesday evening to vt'it her sistrr in Mc.Nair Heights. The latest in Ladies' belts, just received at Cakl W. Bieksach's On The Corner. Brick (or the new M. K. Church is being placed on the ground. They were shipped from Coffey villc, Kan., Oct. 25tb, but final); got here. E. A. Willcims wants your product, and will pay high'ist prices. Mason V. Hardy block. The scholars of the Versailles Si hols will have a vacation Thursday and Friday, while the Teachers' Asso ciation is in session. Shoes by the thousand, at rock bottom prices. Come, take a look at them. Carl W. Biersach. On The Corntr. Regular Convocation ol Versailles K iyal Arch Chapter next Saturda) night, with degree work on hand, and other important business. All Com panions are i...

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. — 14 November 1907

Morgan County Republica the Largest and'' Best NcwspnpC? Published in Morgan County Mo? SI. 00 per Vcar In atltancfc The largest Country Newspaper Published In the Imperial State. $1.00 per year in advance. n. CENTRAL. MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAtLKOAI) AND GENERAL NEWS. W. V '. Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, November 14. 1907. No. 47. Price $1.00 per yefir iff advance. The Republican, (Successor to Tun Democrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered In the l'ort Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Subscription Vrlce fl.00 a Year. Phono Na. lOJ. Advertising Rotes. Display advertising, by the year, to avenge four indies or more, SHc. per Inch each Is.ue. Profeaslonal card, one Inch, 50 cents per month; two Inches, 75 cents per month. Ixwala five lines, or over, scentsper line for Brat Insertion) 2J4c. per line fur esch subsequent Wcrtlon. In black type 10 centsper line for rst 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. — 14 November 1907

.4raannrwtr v 1 ft 9 MorganCoun(y Republican W. W. kTnLOCH, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI Present happiness ti far better than posthumous fame. Suspicion and opposite Interest will break any Kind of frlerdshlp. Th? rc'lk of human kindness coutln-1 lies to be circulated nt the good old . rate. I Great excellence Is envied In life, i but honored and mnnumcntcu In I d.eath. Regrets and remorse In old ngc aro the wicked children of youthful Indis cretion. Connecticut comes along with a story of a hen with a wooden lee. Another nature faker. One of the popular pastimes this fall will be guessing bow much the prlco of meat will advance from hour to hour. An International yacht raco with real boats instead of with freaks would be approved by Americans as well as Britishers. Crown Prince Frederick William of Germany Is taking a course Intended to prepare him for the throne. That must be a fine trado to learn. The Rev. Mr. McPherson's observa tion that "eln Is merely virtue In the wrong pl...

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. — 14 November 1907

Chicago. "There she was, waltln' at the church." And one could repent tho oft quoted words of the erstwhile popular song, not only once more, but fire times more, to hint at tho story of the pa tient and loyal girl who waited In vain at the house of worship to hear the wedding bells ring for her. Slxitlmes, actually, sweet, sensible and attractive) Intra Llndqulst waited at tho church for Alfred Itasraussen that the parson might tlo tho matrimo nial knot for them. But some strange fate Intervened to blast tho hopes of the blushing bride-elect. Each and every tlmo tho bride-groom-to-be proved recreant and eith er failed to appear at tho church, or fled after tho bridal party and guests had assembled. Four times the faith less Alfred made his "get-away" Just before reaching tho sacred edifice, and twice ho quietly slipped nway while those present waited for tho minister to come to the altar. On each occasion the heart-broken bride was left In tears of shamo and anguish, while tho wedd...

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. — 14 November 1907

DOLLY'S "QUEER COWS" By CATHERINE All the members of family, with one exception, were liter ary. Thin exception was Dorothy. Mr Winters was cdltor-lu-chlef of one of iho large city papers. Clarence was re porter for another, sister Mary was a schoolteacher, nnd flstcr Lucia wrote for the magazines. As for Mrs. Win ters, she wns president of the Drown ing club, secretary of the Woman's club, and an active member of a vari ety of other clubs too numerous to mention. It would seem rather strange that In a family so steeped In the ntmosphero of books and newspapers there should be one black sheep; although to call Dorothy a black sheep wore certainly a libel, for If there ever was a white, meet, dearly lovodlamb In any flock, she could lay claim to that distinction. The terra Is only used to convey the Idea that she was different from the others While they were all studious, thoughtful and serious In their tastes, iho was the gayest, most careless and, io they all declared, the most fri...

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. — 14 November 1907

t f rU ) CHAPTER XIII Continued. To all purposes, I was a caged pris oner. Tho risk I had run to spy on them would be to no purpose unless I could surprlso them at their night's work. I raged at my impotence. Then I thought of tho window. Perhaps there was a balcony. There was no blind at the window, but wooden shutters that fastened with a catch. I pushed open the Trench windows. Yes, thcro was tho balcony, and to my Joy I saw that It extended the lenfflh of tho suite. And now a new difficulty stared mo In tho face. At any moment they might enter tho bedroom, and when I had galncfj tho balcony, outside tho salon, would shutters prevent my see Ins within? As to the first risk I must take It The .door had jammed before; It would Jam again. Tho noise made In opening It would giro me some warn ing. I gained the balcony; there were shutters, but I could see readily through tho Interstices. It was the apartment we had first entered; and It bore unmistakable signs of having been minutely ...

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. — 14 November 1907

A WINDIW CONSERVATORY. One Which the Handy Boy Cn Make for Mother or Sitter. During the winter months, where house plants are Kept in 'he home, tt Is alwas a question how to arranse BILLY MILLER'S CinCUS SHOW, At Wily Miller's Clrcus-Sliotr- In their old stable where It's at Tho toy pays pins to to, An' itln tlielr money's worth at Infill Cnue Illlly he ran rllmb ami chalk Ilia slnrkln' feel nd purl' nlsii walk A tlRlit-rojx Ms, an' tt he fall He'll ket, li. an' "skin a cat" 'at's all! He nln'l nfamt to wli r.r.4 Linn lit hy hl lcs!-an' may by stop n' yell i.ook cut'" an' ncn k-epans' llril let loose, urlite-rionn, an' drop Wlte rn his hand?' An' nen he'll to Contortion acts" 1st limber through As "Injun Itubber Mens" 'at goea With ahore-for-certoln cirrus-shows! At Ultlv Miller's Clrclu-Sliow Hn s cot a clrcus-rlnu-an' they's A dressln'-room so's t can go An' dress nn' palnt-up when lie plays lie's somepln' else; 'cause sometimes he's nincmaster"-lKissln' like he pleasc- An' someti...

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. — 14 November 1907

RIBBON REMNANTS THEY MAKE THE VEF1Y DAINTh E8T OF CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. May Be Easily Fashioned Into Innu merable Pretty and Useful Article That Will Be Appreciated. In all the wide range of Christmas present inakltiB there la nothing that offers so many opportunities as the pretty pleco of ribbon found on the remnant counters of the stores. They are comparatively Inexpensive, and the Ingenious woman easily fashions from them many a dainty and at tractlvo artlclo of personal adorn' ment or homo decoration that will be all tho more appreciated for the ra- son that It represents her work more than It doeB her pocketbook. Wo give here suggestions for a number of pretty nrtlcles that may bo made from ribbon of different colors and widths. It Is far easier to contrive smart little knick-knacks from the wide rib bons than It Is to turn to account those of narrower make. This Is In great measure duo to the readiness with which they may be converted Into charming llttlo bags for holding hand ...

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. — 14 November 1907

t ii i' IK H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Offlr. 'IT, 74. RnW.ftr. 'Phone sg. r THK MONOAN COl' NT V MKri'lll.lCAK, w " Klotocii. njitor mut Prcftltlor. Slh1llll-u II Hi pti yror. If ..Ivanrr, All Sulcit4lnul mrt.Wf of Mitrpan Cuunty fl..j it j-e.r In a.l.atite. It nttlMtn a. Ira. fit jiko la IOrr r, Oolnmtlclat J.ittVtlutirif a Srcclall; V.raHl.: MUooiitl. nffir,i,tlr.ilrr Munlrcl OniR Slorr, Wtxtil. North SMe Squatc. Ill nt So Isj. ? LOCAL NRWS. j . . . V4!VVlt99V The best of every thing in the grocery line at Willams. Mason & Hardy building. Sheriff Willson nude ilepo!t in our treasury Friday that put him lo the good for quite a nhifc. The latest in Ladies' belts, just received at j Caul V. Biersach's! On The Corner. A. H. Kindle, ol the Versailles Monument Company, was in Eldon Wednesday. Miller County N'eus. E. A. Willams wants your product, and will piy highest prices. Mason & Hardy block. Attorney Dan Wray and J, U. Swisher, of Versailles, camt down on No. 24 Thursday...

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. — 21 November 1907

fr W . -"" TV 'T Morgan County Republican CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL. ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEVS. The Largest Country Newspaper Published In the Imperial State. $1.00 per year In advance. The Largest and Best Ncwspupei Published Hi Morgan County, Mo. 51.00 per year in advance. W. V . Kinloch, Editorand Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, November 21. 1907. No. 48 Price Si 00 per cMr in advance. The Republican, (Successor to Tim Democrat.) W. W. KINLOCIli Proprietor. Enteral In the Post Office nt Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter, Subscrlptlot Price........ fUM a Year. Phone No. 15J. Advertising Rates. Display drerllitnf , by tlie year, to avenge four Inches or more, SJic. per Inch each Ittui-. l'rcftsstoml cards, one iucii, 50 cents per notith;two Iflclie d, 75 cent per month. LocAl-Five lines, or over, s cent! per line for 6rt lnitlioilie.per line far each ililweniient 'imertlon. In Mack type la cent, per line for trst Inser...

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. — 21 November 1907

Morgan County Republican w7 W."k1nL0CH Publisher" vkrsailij:s. MISSOURI Reciprocity It essential to continu ous friendship. Even falstThalr lsg6lnFup. This Is like bringing the high-price epidemic to a head Prof Todd also believes Mars Is In habited but. tush, he might as well betleo this as anything else. Edison Invented tho phonograph, but It would lie unfair to suspect him of designing the souvenir postal card. A Chicago man In llattlo Creek fell C5 feet and escaped unhurt Ho prob ably landed on a bale of breakfast food. Hydrophobia Is a disease, the gov ernment Investigators tell us. They seem a dog gone long time admitting the obvious. The brain of a New York man was found to weigh only half of tho av erage man, Science solves the myS' terles of the ages. A corset stay saved the life of an Akron woman who was stabbed by hei husband. The man should have known that of course It would. A.Kingston, Ont., man broke his ribs laughing at a Joke. The nature of the quip ought to be asce...

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. — 21 November 1907

MAKE8 WORK EA8Y. Dtvlce for Pulling Arc Light 8witch Plugs from a Distance. In n certain plaeo which was a Ions distance from tho station switchboard and where old Iron tolophono wire was used to close tho circuit, an arrange ment as Bhown In the accompanying sketch was made to draw the plugs on an Arc light switchboard. The colls, C, which release tho springs, S, on tho plug drawing at tachment are colls from an old arc light. These colls aro operated through a local circuit using an ordinary buz rer, 13, for a relay, which releases a Operating Switch Plugs From Dis tance. small arm, A, operated by a spring, making a momentary contact on point D, thus closing tho circuit through the colls. The wires, W, are tho Iron wires connected to a push button a) the house. r This could bo used nicely without tho relay attachment It the distance were short, says tho Popular Median lea. As tho house Is some distance from the station and an old Iron tele' phone wire was used, the resistance was ...

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. — 21 November 1907

fftow DCsiily Madte Ttoainilkggjnviiiiiig) Bsld Turkey Orett to Pumpkin Bit: "Long have 1 teen, my friend, Klnc of the barnyard, but my relffn Mut oon rome to an end, Thankiflvlne Pay la near helsh-ho!" Bald Pumpkin Dig. "Tea, that la to." Bald Pumpkin Die to Turkey Great! "The kitchen rarden'a queen f am, and one more beautiful, I'm aure, was never aeen; APPOINTING THE DAY PROCLAMATION FROM THE WHITE HOUSE IS ONE OF THE MOST SERIOUS DUTIES THAT DEVOLVE UPON THE PRESIDENT. Tho only piece of really pure litera ture ever officially Issued from the White house Is the proclamation ap pointing a day of thanksgiving. AIJ other papers written by the president are business documents, the phraseol ogy of which Is technical; but this an nual message to the people Is always a painstakingly worded and grateful composition. A fairly Illustrative ex ample will be found In Mr. ltoosevelt's proclamation setting aside the last Thursday of the present month for the Thanksgiving of 1S0C. It Is the dut...

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. — 21 November 1907

BTyWmUR CHAPTER XIV. Continued. I took refuge In silence. I cloied my eyes wearily. "Ilefore I bid you good night, sir, I thluk It right that you should know that your mother and sister arc In this hotel. At the risk that you think me Impertinent I dare to hope that your meeting with them to morrow may be free from any embarrassment or un happiness." Ho bowed stiffly and lolt the room. I stared after him vacantly. The dispatch he had .left, gorgeous and bravo with Us royal crest and em bossing, lay passively In my hand. And now a new dilemma confronted mo. 1 was supposed, to be under the, Influenco of an opiate; they would not' scruple to take from me the dispatch. To allow that might give them such In formation na would mako their con spiracy, whatever Its naturo, tho more effective. To roslst would tell them that I had been feigning. I must htdo tho papers. Dut where? It was a bare Ilttlo chamber; my heart sank as I noted how bare. I leaped out of bed. Again I threw open tho shutt...

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. — 21 November 1907

- - - - - - r - - FOR DANTE'S TOMB LAMP 18 TO DC KEPT CON8TANT. LY DURNINQ, Monument to Be Marked In Like Man ner, Florence Vlelng with Raven na In Move to Honor the Famout Poet. All lovers of Danto the world over wilt bo Interested In the plan cl tho Italian Dante society to honor the memory of the Illustrious poet Tho Idea la twofold and has been enthusi astically received by the municipali ties of Florence, where Danto was torn In 12G5, mid of Ravenna, whero he died 1321. The scheme Is to have the people of ltavenna contribute to ward a lamp which shaH be hung over the poet'a monument In tho Santa Crocc In Florence and for tho Floren tines to contribute to a lamp which shall be hung above the poet's tomb In Ratcnna. Doth lamps will be kept burning always, ns a symbol of tho great poet's undying fame and influ ence. The lamps are to bo made In Vcnlco In the Dyzantlne-VeneMan fashion, the bottom of each shaped In the form of a "conca," from which Dante got his Idea of the geography...

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