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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 December 1904

r V Careful thought should he given the mattress pur chase. Keith's liand-mndc Mattress costs no more and is greatly superior to nmcli -ine-mndc goods. Wc nie sole agents. The Place to Buy Carpets, The lttrirosl lino in tlio Icily to select from, and will Ih1 1 them to you at The Right Price. A nico assortment of lings 1 1 1 1 Portion's tluii is sure Uo please you. Carpets, Furniture wqt'T'JUai III! II II IWtlH H J. W. KIRK, VERSAILLES, MO. Anything you may want in tlio way of e'lirnilure, will be lsid to show you. B GEO B3 si r SCHOLLE, V U J jF nsiionaMe Jailor A Is now ready for business in the fine rooms on the second floor of the Post Office Block, Versailles, Mo. CLEANING AND PRESSING Given special attention,, S3 'n gs 99 em urn 7 UNDERTAKING And Funeral Supplies provided and careful attention given at funerals. Free Hearse Always furnished where we have charge, and safe attendants employ ed at all times. Embalming In charge of an xjjert in that line. D. KIDWELL. A. W. KIDWELL...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 December 1904

AN INVITING PROSPECT. Will Canada In le next quarter of century take the place of tin: United Htalos as the sreat wheat exporting section of the western hemisphere? liver) thing points that way. In the opinion of experts the United States has reached high water mark as a wheat exporting touutry. The Increasing liopulatlon over there has reached tin point when home consumption Is bo coming annually greater In proportion than tho increase In wheat production. At. a matter of fact wheat production Is decreasing over there as the land be comes more valuable and by reason of the demand for other forms of produce for homo consumption. It Is said that the wheat crop thlfl year 1b not more than 70 per tent, of the crop of l'Ml and much below the crops of 1002 and 1&03. It Is estimated that this year the United .Stales surplus for export w 111 not be ocr 100.000,000, which is less than any )ear ulnco 1878 with 4wo exc ceptlons. Not only is this the case, but a considerable quantity of th...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 December 1904

7r I N "Y-1"- FUMIGATING SEED GRAIN. Box In Which It Mny Bo Treated to f uuien of Carbon Bisulphide to Kill lancets. The Kf'i't fl.'unani! to tlio Canada llclc in a b(;i;d by the wcuvll led to tot IiorlmciitB by tli Ontario college for u th(!ii and effective method of combat iiiK tlio evil, The box hIiowii below Is the reHiilt of these experiments. The peas urt- plaeed In thin box and fumigated wltb hltmlnhate of carbon. This Ktyle of box linn been In use at the station for icven yours; It Ib live- feet long, three feet wide and three feet deep, and Is c;iiablc of IioIiIIik; 'M bushelK of nan. l-'l M li ! ATINU JIOX. I'll oil- metliud ol treatment la given ul follow s. Immediately after tlironlilui;, the peaH were put Into (ottun and Jute liajjH. As Kjoii as 'M biiabelH of peas were threshed tlii-y were placed In a fumigation box lor ticatmi'iit One pound of carbon bi sulphide wim poiuiMl out into Ibice Hat jiaiih. which weie placed on l lie lop of the peas, the (over wan then put o...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 9 December 1904

tlone to New Mexico. We overlooked the fact last week that Miss Nannie Ross had depart ed for Artesia, New Mexico, to ac cent a position as book-keener in the l"ii.st Nationul Hank in that city, of which Dr. Murray Koss is president. Miss Nannie will he missed in Ver sailles for many reasons. She has not only held a responsible position with the Hank of Versailles for sev eral years, of which her brother, J Ion. A. L. Hoss is president, but die has been an untiring worker in the Christian Church here as well, and no young lady stands higher in the estimation of our people gener ally lliai! Miss Nannie Kos'i, ami while ihey were prone ?o h her leave her old lioni, Jiy will be glad in know she will be well carsd for in her new field. hi tlia cap;i city for which she lias bw?M cfoosen none better could havt bet-ss in the city of Versailles. During the past few weeks aiuch "oy has been sustained by fanners along the line of the Hock XslatvSat different points in this asd adjoin ing coun...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

Aorgap County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fifth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Dec. 16, 1904. No. 51. XFOR YOUR MAS DINNER. There arc several things you will need for your Christ msis Dinner, that you must get here if you would get the best. Good Spices will he needed and you can he sure of get ting the very Choicest Grades by coming here for them. WE GRIND OUR OWN SPICES. Your biscuits are sure to be a success if you use Doles' High Grade Halting Powder, and it costs no more than the "trust made" adulterated Powder. Always Fresh. For your Cakes, l'iesand Puddings, you want the pure fruit flavors and Hint's what you alwuys get in Holes' Flavoring Kxtracts, "VANILLA and LEMON," properly aged, too, and that is in your favor. Prepared by AT BOLES' DRUG STORE, VERSAILLES, MO. S LOCAL NEWS. Miss Lou Williams spent Sunday with Tipton friends. Kelsay wants your poultry. Op posite the opera house. The snow seems to have livened...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. Fubllahod Krcrr rrtdar Morning. TILLMAN ft UVrV, I'roprUtor. VERSAILLES. MISSOURI. A WEEK IN BRIEF SUMMARY OF MOST INTEREST INCJ EVENTS OF PAST SEVEN DAYS. WHAT CONGRESS IS DOING Progress of the Itusso-Japanoso Wai in tho Fnr Eabt News from All l'nrts of the Union unci tlio Luteal Foreign Intelligence. CONGRESSIONAL. The last u aHon or Filly-eighth coii. Broufl begun, iritrodm cd In house providing lor appointment of special commission lo lti(iiin; Irilo and ascertain amounts of money expended by both parlies at all (dictions lor presidential electors from 1M2 to KiOl Inclusive. The president's message was read In both branches of congress. Tho house adjourned without transacting any busl m ss. The senate rcroived a preliminary report from the merchant matlne com mission. Senators Knox, of I'ennsyl vaula, and Crane, of Massachusetts, suc cessors of llitj late Senators Quay and Hoar, were sworn In. In I lie senate Senator Halt (N. Y.) lnliodnred a bill providing for a r...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. rablUhMl Kry Frll Moru!n. TILLMAN UVrr, I'roprlttur. VERSAILLES. i MISSOURI. PINAFORE DAYS. I ninctltn" wonder whc.ro tho glrla of yesteryear urn none; Thu Hvsuci ones In tliu plcturo that, on mcin'ry's cnnvnH drawn, I turn to look at now anil then; a plc turo of uutiloorB Whoro boys In knickerbockers play. and girls In pinafores Are Just as swiet na they can be an sweet aH they were then. Ah, yes; I tliluk llu-y'ro nwoctur tww idnro they'll conic not again, Except III inrinory, to piny the gumes we used to iitay. I wui.dcr If It bcncfls to turn to yi-nter- .i.iy. i I womlr-r If It bfticlllH a fellow when ho'f olil To turn to other scones mid duyB and lucks of braided gold, And gills Iio used to long to It I e M , but whom ho did not dare.; llut only dated to hIiiiiiI nroiind and won der It thi y'd tare V lien Lizzie llohlfelder was young, In aproiiK utuicliid and Htlrf, -And yellow bralilH and dimpled chin, I used to wonder If But what'H 1 1 10 line of maundering o'er...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

"foe Democrat. I'nlilMii'il i:nry Trlcl.iy Mornlrii;. TILLMAN tVoodi Illk. Ji DUFP. Proprietors, Moor. 1'lionu No, i!2 'n'scri))tioti jl.O'i :i year. i! months 50c - ! Ir.nlercd in tliti I'o't Office at Versailles, C! Missouri ai second class mail matter (WORK LOCAL NEWS. 'L'hone 17o for buss to all trains. Williams Hros.' hus.s line meets the tnins at lxth depots. Walt. Hamlin has the agency of the Hoonville Steam Laundry, and laundry will be called for and du ll "MC-d. oacliimi, Sr., has a page advertisement in this issue of the I Vuiocrat which will appeal to the go.jd judgment of all people wish .ng goods carried in his stores. I le quotes prices cm numerous articles and it will lie seen that many bar gains are offered. Mr. Joachimi carries out what lie advertises to Ih : letter and invites the public to .o:ue and take advantage of the I present reductions. K A. Williams, the- Soiitli Side jrrn-'c-ryuian. handles a clioiw line of (,': : lc-s and i-.-innril (foods. I'etei Sidebot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

if TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whercai.J I) U'olu-rton and Creeil !l Collins by their ccitutn Ileeil of Trust tlatcil January 37th. 190J, filed for rtciiril un tlMa;tli iIhjf of Jan wiry, lyj.), and rnurdcd in lunik id nt pagr 37 of the MortifnRf Keconts of Mornii county Mis souri, 'oin-eed tu the undersigned trustee the following descriled renl estate, towit The south half of the liotthwest quattrr ol section twelv (U). township forty-four (44) of range eighteen (IS) hi Morgan county, Missouri, t and contuiuin ho Act, tnorcorlcM intrust to secure the titwneut cf two seral truniisorv Quotes therein ilescrlld which were given for part of the vutch.ii price of smd l.imls, anil, VhereH, default has leu made In the pay. meut of said notrs, now, there Uxr I, the under' siliiieil trustee at the terjuest of the legal holder of said noten and hy virtue of the power en me liy the terms of said Deetl of Trust, hercliy notice that 011 Satuiday. Dec list, i')4. nt the court house iloor in tin- City ol Vers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

ASSAULT ON CIVIL SERVICE DEFEATED Motion to Cut Off Appropriation For National Merit Board Voted Down. REPRESENTATIVE NORRIS' BILL Mr. .Virrlii, iif .Nflirnl.ii, Wmilil ! tin- I'rmfili-iit lllulit Yrnra In Ollli-i-, Hun jflliiK lli! I. "Kill of I'rt-ai-iit Term. Washington, Dec. 10. The Iiouho of representatives on Friday voted down a motion by Congressman Hepburn to cut from the appropriation bill tho al lowance) for tbu civil hervice commis sion. The civil service system was de nounced by Mr- Hepburn as un-American, and far worse than that In the days before the commission's creation. Ills amendment was lost by a viva voc vote. An extcntlon of the terms of the president und vice-president to eight years Is contemplated In a bill Intro duced In the lower branch of congress by Representative Norrls, of Nebraska It is provided, however, that no one i may lie eligible lo cither ollice within one year subsequent to his retirement. The same bill proposes to extend tho terms of congressm...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

PROTECTINC WATER PIPES. Sow Winter Time Annoynnccs May Be Overcome by a Simple Device. I am speaking from actual expe rience with a (iO-foot Btntul-plpc under a tank, and also with another tank only I!2 feet high. Uoth of these pipes arc one. anil one-half Inch diam eter. We tried several methods, and found the present plan entirely satis factory. It may seem rather expen sive, but stica .-. ob to he improperly done. Is much more expensive., us we have found by experience. Tho dia gram will show Just how wo do It, says tho Unral Now Yorker. Make a four-inch pipe of heavy galvanized Iron in sections like stovepipe, each made to slip over tho next. livery second section should have four cop per wires run through holes In the plpo on four slues and opposite to each other, and the wlro soldered on tho outside, also solder tho holes up tlKht. Ah you put each section on, fasten these wires so the water pipo is in the middle of the Kalvaulxrd pipe. If Inconvenient to disconnect your water ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

Do You Comprehend What This Means to You ? Read the List of Gireat Bargains We are offering and you will soon realize it means a saving of Dollars and Cents to you, to buy where you get such splendid values. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Men's and Boys' Clothing' Every Suit we Sell Saves Some One Cash. SUITS FOR MEN OR BOY. Men's Suits worth $7.00, go for $ 5.00 Men's Suits worth 8.00, " 7.00 Men's Heavy Suits worth $10, " 8.00 i-ine Suits worth $14.00, " 12.00 Hoys' two-piece Suits, from 1.25 to 7.00 OVERCOATS. If you want an Overcoat, come and inspect our line, for the prices are such that everybody can reach them. Prices ranging from $3 50 to $15 Take a Look At the Suit or Overcoat you call your best and see if it don't look shabby and out of date. Better call and look over our exclusive stock. We Can Please You. Ladies and Children's Coats and Jackets The very latest styles at the very lowest prices. Ladies' Coats worth $ 5.00, now go for $ 3.00 6.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 18.00 20.00...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

Morgan County DemocratSupplement. VQI VI US Ml I I S. NK)., Dl ( I Nim U l. I)04 NO Morgan County, Mo. Oihi-i' Viii'-iip . i .i-n!!"S iiul 1ury in ('iiunt, Ulblll:;- Oill k-sijilUcs. Uu. 1'iv-cnt OlIllMok, 1 1 if .lilt. 1 Vit 's ( tv R,V.I hk'llltk'S illhl Nlhfl M;itli Wiil'icil In' )til Citii'iis. I). Morgan County, Missouri. MO HO AN i ol l Js,i it ,, call d almost in i lie i cnlci ill tlic state, mi what is known .is tin- it 141.uu, slock Mil fniit lu ll n llu- loniitiy, .ill' I is ulo the ntei o! tin- !c,i,, mi .ni.l.ii.il field that 'is m 'w atti.u litii; sii tutu h .iili hi ion in (he mi ' ' 1 ll.lll of llns I'll at minlllit stn'c I'-tlt ol tin- i-i hi ti t is lull I mi 1 1 i l.iml ,iui i"tl Jir.itiif In t lie innlii ii il Mrlinii of tin Hilt) lln-ie .in- malt) 1 ti-.t ul i fn I valleys lint uplands in j-enili- soii s win if sin f tin- st f.miis ,ni; Inini.l t.. ..,- sci tlnllMlf this II COllllll Is V 1 1 III is kllllWII -Is 'llpcll tim 'i lauds when lilni- sti in hi, iss Juni...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

-SOMS BRIGH " "OUNG MISSOURIASn WHO ARE STUDYING AGRICl LTl RL. SOME OI- Till. VIT DEN 1 Ol THE MISSOURI AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, COLOMBIA. MO IN THE FRONT ROW ARE THE MEN" WHO TEACH THEM. The Missouri Agricultural College. COIAJMBIA. MISSOURI. Short Courst! begins "Missouri does no. kjow Ser Agricultural College." This was the remark made to me by a gentleman prominent in the late polit ical battle. These words are .rue but nol strange. In one short decade every depart ment of the University of Missouri ha made marvellous growth and it is no won der that people have lost sight -3t the de partment so near the interests o a vast number of the citizens of this com monwealth. It is hard to appreciate the immensity of the University as a whole with its nine departments and five hundred subjects, covering almost every branch of human knowledge but much harder to single out one of its departments and hold it before you as it marches on to greater usefulness. The Missouri Agricultural Col leg...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

i3 5c. a pound, the profit on $l,tft0 inv?ted in --Tpr.Ti -jp.-n,r-rhoH t0 keep dowiV ig the summer, when For some years the Missouri feeding cattle was: For calves .... . .$557 50 For yearlings 2S4 00 For two year olds 19s 75 For three year olds .. 177 50 Nine-tenths of all the cattle fed in the Middle West are two year olds at the be ginning: of the feeding period. When these cattle are in thin condition at the be ginning of the experiment, they are often fed with profit: but starting with calves in the same rondition it is unquestionably true that the calves return more profit for each thousand dollars invested than the older cattle. F. B. Mumford. College has been making experx enrsto de termine whether it is possible to improve corn by breeding. The results indicate that a thoroughbred corn is not only possible but is absolutely essential to the best yields. In many cases the yield of corn can be in creased from fi to 20 bushels per acre in a few years by the proper selection o...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 16 December 1904

Ii ive u luaiitiful piaiiic ottnliv . hiflil itn piovcd, white jjood f;n ins, with every ion vinieiue, an Ik- li.'ttl for loss than half what such ptnpcrly can lie had fol fnttlu'i tiotlli and west of lis. I,inn southwest, south .mil southeast of us is oin unfit lead, 'i'"' and coal roiuiti y. This ii also our tiltfcliecd taiuy country. Wheie not ilc.ucd, il is vet coveted with t nil lit. I of mail) iliffetent vniieties, mostly oak, lutkoiv, itc. Some nf inn lust fauns aic located in this part of tin county in tin- valleys, and on the flat uplands ami slopes. Many nood f.mncis .Hid stork men ptefei to live tllelc on ac i ouul of tlie taliKe. Catt l- ami horses Ut ep lat on these wild grasses, and hos nie often driven direct fiom the "mast" ntnics to niaiket. This pait of the count v is lapidh htillH developed into our e,icnl (oal. lcail and zinc fields. Not hccaiise these lhin(;s do no1, exist in the piaitie partof the count . nut hccaiise land Is vet so cheap III the Inn l.ered p.u...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 December 1904

Aorg&r? County Democrat CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fifth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Dec. 3. "1904. No. 52. XFOR YOUR MAS DINNER. There are several things you will need for your Christ mas Dinner, that you must get here if you would Ret the best. Good Spices will be needed and you can be sure of Ret ting the very Choicest Crudes by coming here for them. WE GRIND OUR OWN SPICES. Your biscuits arc sure to be a success if you use Holes' High Grade Halting Powder, and it costs no more than the "trust made" adulterated Powder. Always Fresh. For your Cakes, Pies and Puddings, you want the pure fruit flavors and that's what you always get in Holes' Flavoring Extracts, "VANILLA and LEMON," properly aged, too, and that is in your favor. Prepared AT BOLES' DRUG STORE, VERSAILLES, MO. I LOCAL NEWS. We wish one and all a merry, merry Christmas. Kelsay wants your poultry. Op posite the oera house. Candies for Christmas at Ii. A. Willi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 December 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. PahlUliril V.rrry I'rlilny Morning. TILLMAN UVI'f. I'ropflBtori. VERSAILLES. : MISSOURI. HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK III BRIEF SUMMARY OF MOST INTEREST ING EVENTS OF PAST SEVEN DAYS. WHAT CONGRESS IS DOING Progress of the nusno-J.ipar.eso War in the Fnr East News from All Parts of the Union and the Latest Foieign Intelligence. CONGRESSIONAL. 'I'll o senate, Ij.v a vote of il to 23, pawed the Philippine civil government hill In tlie house the hcnatu amend menu to (he urgent deficiency hill were agreed to. In the senate a numher of private hills and a lew bills of a semi-public character were passed, and there was florae discussion of the pure food hill The house adopted a resolution pro viding for the impeachment of Judge Charles Swayne, of the Northern dis trict of Florida, for "high crimes and misdemeanors." The senate committee on territories has authorized a favorable report on the statehood hill providing for the admission Into the union of Oklahoma and Indian Territory t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 December 1904

THE DEMOCRAT. FoblUhed KTtrr Friday Mnmln. TILLMAN A DUFF. l'roprltuw. VERSAILLES. MISSOUIU. HOME HELPS TO HEALTH. Remedies and Suggestions Whlcl May Be of Vnluo in nu Emer gency. A bit of honir surgery, stated to have been practiced when a splinter Is driven Into a child's hand particularly deep, la Its extraction by steam, sajs the Chi cago Dally News. A bottle with a nul!l clently wide mouth Is filled two-thirds with very hot water and the mouth ol the bottle Is placed under the Injured Kpot. The unction draws the llesh down, when a little pressure Is used, and the Meani In a moment or two extracts n fio mutation anil splinter together. This Is very clllcaelous when the offending Elibstanco has been In for several hours, long enough to have started some of Its evil conscfiuences. Uon.oliiatcd water Is a most rolrrsh Ing astringent and has an agreeable odor, but Its constant use Imparts the elasticity of the skin. It Is made by adding drop by drop, as through a filter, one quart o...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 December 1904

Tbe JDeroocr&t. I'lilitlnliiil Kti-rjr I'rltlny Mumlng, TILLMAN & Woods WW. in 1 DUFF. Ploor. Proprietors. Phone No. I.'li -MiVscripi.il'. fl. M r. year. 'J nmiiUis Oo ntcruil in Uia 'ost (llficu at' Versailles, .Missouri as second clnss mail mutter It is to be hoped that Santa Claus isn't curbed in his rounds by the candy or toy trusts. The bankers in the east are now asking each other if they have been "Chadwickcd." Wo Aro Expanding. Next week the Motrin County democrat begins Volume Six. We are not given to boasting yet Jlc manager., of t lie Democrat feel iroud to niiike some acknowledge nents to its readers and friends just mow while it is timely. During the j.ist year we have made several tops forward lr) keep up with the mogiessivc procession. A splendid new printing plant has been in stalled in the office with every facil l.y with which to execute first-class .ommeicial printing. We have abo Iv.oted our energies to making the Democrat a neat, readable aper, nid in th...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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