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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 12 December 1907

A (XNRPT TfrAVEUJNG COtfTTJttB We hare heard since the summer season a great deal about the "War on Sleeves," but If this war still con tinues It must be fought with the wlnds( for thero aro no longer two sides to tho question; short sleeves except for evening wear are now, practically, nonexistent, and for one three-quarter-length slecvo we find three fulllongths. For afternoon cos times, to bo worn on occasions of cer emony, we find the three-quarter-longth sleeve very much used, but all the coat sleoves 'are long or aro worn over blouses, or bodices, which show the tight sleovo reaching to or over the wrist. Most women will find the long, rucked-up sleeves very becom ing; and some dressmakers Insist on mounting them on a tight lining, but my personal tasto Is all against this plan. Tho sleeve will wear much bet ter If lined, but then It will never look so smarl and pretty as the sleeves which are made of supplo material and allowed to push up against the arm, like a mousquetalro ...

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. — 12 December 1907

Men of the Trail KyM (hat are narrowed and keen, Olnimlnit 'ncath hat brims wide! t'hreke thai are browned by the sun, Vliror In pne and In stride; Bfant of their laughter and speech. Swept by no Impotent rale, Tet quick unto honor's defence Thee be the men of the trail. I'alhs that they follow lead far To the heart of the hills or tho plain To the snows that gleam white on the crest. To the horizon lost In the rain; No flowery byways they seek; And duty alone Is their rrall: "Our work, In the atorm or the aun," Murmur the men ot the trail. Denver Itcpubllcan. ONLY A JAIL-BIRD By MAY BELLEVILLE BROWN Molly was maldof-all-work. nurse, rlaia seamstress, butler, laundress and general factotum In the family of James I) Ilcvell. or, as It was written on her mistress- cards, J. Harnett Keren, ller position was not n sine cure, for In each of her offices tho best work was expected of her, few liberties were given her, and her week ly stipend was no greater than that Klven In bouses where t...

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. — 12 December 1907

BY ARTHUR HENRy WSEY CHAPTER XIX. Continued. An! when she had summoned assist' ancoT When tho castle was stormed, as It were, by gendarmes? My own peril would bo extreme. It was hopeless to prevent the In evitable. The rescue of Captain Forbes- would bo accomplished; my complicity In tho Intrigues of Dr. Starva and Madame deVarnler would be taken (or granted. Expostulations would be useless. My very presence In the chateau would bo face ovldence of my guilt. And so I bad played my desperate game to no purpose. To save myself that was my one thought. Two courses lay before mo 'Jonld I make my way to Captain Forbes? Could 1 effect his relcaso be fore Helena returned with help? If that wcro possible, and If I could hastily make my position clear to the king's messenger all might yet be well. At least so far as tho establish meat of my Innocence was .concerned. Or I might overtake Helena Drott. To her I might make my confession. And If sho wero persuaded, not only that I was acting In h...

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. — 12 December 1907

JsiH If 1 Bread Upon Kate (Copvilcht.) When Mrs. Spauldlng went to the count orphan asjlum, she hadn't tlie remotest Idea of bringing home the e mite of humanity she did On the contrary, (he needed a half crown girl large enough to wash dishes, run errands, and otherwise nsslut with household duties, now that she was Retting on In 5 ears. "A good sized girl, capable and willing," was what she asked the ma tron for "Come this way." answered that V person. '1 think we have Just the girl for you " In going to the Bectlon of the build ing where the larger girls were domi ciled they had occasion to pass through the nursery. In this room a number of little ones were playing. One dark-eyed little elf caught hold of Mrs. Brand ing's gown. "My, but Isn't she pretty!" ex claimed the visitor, looking down at i dark, roguish face. "How old Is she?" "She must be almost three, aa near as we can reckon," answered the ma tron. "She Is of Italian parentage," she went on. "Her father, a poor, strolli...

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. — 12 December 1907

IN MY FAMILY "I Havo Used Po-ru-na at Various Times for Several Years." I Recommend Pe-ru-na. MR. EDWARD M. TIURTT, S N. Jef ferson Ave., St. Louts, Mo., writes! "UufTorclsmoiiiuchplcnsiirotonn. nonnco that I havo used your medicine at various times for several years, and that It has given entire satisfaction, not only In my own family, but also that of others of tny friends. And would cheer fully recommend the nso of I'cntna, as I certainly do endorso your medicine." Catarrh of Head, Nose, Throat. Mr. Charles Levy, 80 Allen St., New York, N, Y., writes; "I am rery clad to tell you of the cures wrought by Tcrnna In my family. "My son, need seven, who had ca tarrh of tho nose, was cured by two bottles of Pcruna, and I had catarrh of the head, nose, throat and ears. One bottlo of Poruna cured mc." Pe-ru-na Tablets: Some people prefer tablets, rather than medicine In a fluid form. Huch people- can obtain reru ns, Tablets, which represent tho solid medicinal Ingredients of I'cruna. AmIc...

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 December 1907

3&vilL... T: It IP ntir Mm K S HESIDENV DENTIST. T. T- 74. an AKftr.nnKiiiKiikit)ifciift ... ("icorgc I'. (lot. is Mill Miucally ill at hn home. The nest hi rvery m ilic grocer v lino kVULmis, Mason & H.irdi bwldinf, Mr. W. 'V. Wliitiinstnii. rf Cfw rord'iille, Indiana, is in town this Teek atlcnilinp io court matters. Holiday Goods At IloJcj' Pnifi Store. There -is a big rroil of Imycrs in toon SntHrrlar, and nil of the mcr chants and !miness men secmcil pleated with their trsvlc. Shoes by the thousand, at rnck bottom prices. Come, take a look at them. Caul W. Bieksach. On The Corner. dpt. Dan William savs the Mer chant liros. are the real thing nhen it coracs to a coon hunt. Karly Hre.tkf.iU Coffee best on earth at K. A. Williams. Silver Dedal Contest. The Versailles w. C. T. U. will give a Silver Mnl.il Contest at tin Kaptist church on the ctcning of Dec. 20th. Program nett week. Mrs. Warren Hick, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. Heal and family, for several mon...

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 December 1907

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING; MINING, URAL 123TATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NE'S. The Largest Country Newspaper Published in the Imperial State. $1.00 per year in advance. The Lnrijeal and Best NcwspapeT Published in Morgan County, fh. $1.00 per yc'nV In ndvnncc'. W. V . Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, December 19, 1907. No. 49 Pi ice S1.00 per year in advance. The Republican, (Successor to Tun DhmockAT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Kntered in the Pott Office at Versailles, Missouri as secoml class mall matter. Subscription Trice fl.00 n Year, Phone No. 139. Advertising Rates. Dlaplay advertHhiff, by ttie year, to average Tour hiclita or Wore, Hc. per Inch each Issue, rrofeavioual cards, one inch, SO cents per month; two Inches, 75 centa per month. locals five Hnea, or over, 5 cents per line for Brat (nieitlon) 2 He. per line for each subsequent tn.ertion, In black type 10 centa per line for rat Inaction, S centa per ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 19 December 1907

Morgan County Republican W. W. K1NLOCH, Publlthcr. Versailles. Missouri V r. ,-rs telephony has mental tele pa hy beaten ft mile between a gentleman burglar and nn anlstlc llnr It Is hard to say which (k the less d citable. The mnn ho raid yawning was traithful was probably a press agent I for a g-nnd opera company. Calm weather to n tempest-tossed tnniltiei In as sweet as the voice and i pii'fe of a friend In adversity. The new gold eagles hav no re straining motto, l'erhaps they design I to lead the strenuous financial life. j Although nearly ecr thins else Is tightening up. It Is noteworthy that a Connecticut corset factory has closed tip The open door Japan promised for Manchuria seems to be one of those revolving affairs affected In American cities A Kansas undertaker has been ad mitted to the practice of medicine. Docs the law permit that sort of a merger? Many New York families are dis charging their servant girls, but Mrs. J I'lerpont Morgan Is not doing her own cooking. The...

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 December 1907

3 m HIS KIND By JUDITH (Copyright.) The doctors had agreed that It wai overwork, and that Perclval Challoncr lind narrowly escaped brain fever. So they ordered him away and prescribed two months of rest of pel feet Idle ness. Ills cholco lay between the sea and tho mountains, and Chattoner chc o tho sen. He hnd always hated fash ionable crowds and counted himself lucky In finding a picturesque yot not over-popular spot upon the coast, and In that placo a piquant and charming girl with whom ho could spend long hours In pleasant chat, and take his morning walk ulong the shore. Tho days were perfect summer days; work, study, reading of every kind had been forbidden him, and so with nothing 'whatever to do and a pretty and bright young crcaturo Just nt hand, what could bo moro prob able or more natural than for Chal loncr to fall In love? Madgo Wlnthrop was openly pleased with his attentions, and It seemed qulto natural to her that they should bo much together since an elder gen eration...

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 December 1907

THE ASSOCIATED SANTA GLAUS Ry CHARLES FREDERIC GILLIAM Y" i:iJ.O, George, what's tho matter 4n you?" asked Will James, as George Johnson sterpeil into his otlice in one of the sky-scrarers, and earn-, wearily into a chair. 1 tn cliar tagged out," was tho reply Do you know, this Christmas business Is bomething awful?" James laughed. "Are you finding iW uut for the first time?" V. but it seems worse than usual ibis time It appears that my folks have nearly every little thing they need and when I find some particular thing that strikes my fancy, it costs so much by the time 1 even up all abound I cant nfford It." Well, If misery loves company, inuvn got plenty of It We're all In the sunn lu x I ennfess It Btralns me Joy Over a Cherished Toy, so that it 'ukes all the pleasure away from the giving, because the ex. pense Is really greater than 1 can af ford " That's It exactly. It wouldn't be to bad if the gifts were restricted to um s own family, but some telatlve ot friend makes some of...

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 December 1907

CHAPTER XX, Continued. I looked up speechless. Hobtnson Locko met my startled glnnco with cool contempt. "That you saved my life?" repeated Helena, Id wonder. "Have I robbed my gallant country man of your gratitude. Miss Brett?" lie demanded carelessly. "Then It was you who rushed down tho stairway?" I stammered, my face hot with shame. "Yes, sir," ho said, sternly, "It was t. It Is not a pleasant duty to exposes tho cowardice of an acquaintance. Miss Ilrett. I could havo forgiven him his terror. Hut that he should mas qiicrado as a hero whllo I was vainly attempting to pursue tho blackguard who tried to murder you that Is a little too much." I confronted him, my hands clench ed In my rage. But I did not speak. A defense was Impossible. I stared at blm In silence. "1 am afraid," ho Bncorcd, "thnt you aro rather fond of wearing tho lion's skin. I believe I had an appointment with you this morning at ten o'clock." "With mo!" I cried, hotly. "No!" "Then you did not receive tho note pla...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 19 December 1907

THE ERICANi HOME BRADFORD EDITOR Mr William A. lladford wilt nwfr q - Mons nntl irlvr ftillre litlu; iW COST on nil milijr In pprt.ilnlnR to Ihd lii .t of building for ihf rin.lcrs of Ihli i iv r On mvnunt of M wMo fxpe-l.ifl-c r.Jltor, Anllior nnd Manufnc I rr lip l. without tloiiM. the lilcliot n .lhor.lv on nil Ihiw sulijM-tft. Artdrrra nil Inn ..rlrn In William A. Hadfortl. No. I'll Kltlli AM'. ClilrnKO. III., nnd only cikIm two-rent stump fur reply. TUs Is m right-room house, mostly downstairs, na the front part only Is full two ftorlos. and tlio back portion, fie dining roim and kitchen part of the house, is one Hory high; a style f tioa.so very umcli used In some parts tf the country. Where there Is no tt'Uce water supply the place over i. k'tclirn Is often used for a tank 'o supply water to the kitchen and to ih bathroom on. featute especially to he recom tnmdnd is the cellar. There Is a great i .if ativfartlon In having a Rood r iar a fart that Is not appreciated b l,i use ...

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 December 1907

tlixirrfS enna Clnnnsns tiw Slnm VA f nnl'- ually.Dispels Colds nndHeailr aolios ilao to ConsVtpntiort, Acts naturally, acts truly as a Laxative. Best focMcnVWrn nnd Cniul" rcn -young and Ola, 1oct its IWqftcInlEjfccts Always uuv tlio denuine wliicli tins ilio jull name of the Com- CALIFORNIA TteSrRUP.Cp. by vv horn it i monufacturcn.printca on tne front ot every nachnrtt?. SOLD BYALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. one size only, regular price 50tpfbotllo. HORSES THAT WOULDN'T DROWN Remarkable Deeds Recorded by Two Veracious Chronicler!. An Albanian who lms Just returned from tlio east, whero freshets have been the rule, tells tlio following about a horse which had been attached to b foot hrldgo crossing a brook, to keep tho structure from going adrift, The flood finally swept horse and brldgo down stream. Later, the brldgo was discovered lodged against tho bank, with tho horso sitting quiet' ly on the former. A bystander who had listened In tcntly to this tale, remarked quietly: "I see suthln'...

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 December 1907

II. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT CENTIST. S i. . 39. g S LOCAL NGWS. A Mem ("htMnin In .ill ntir read I". "IVvi . on ivnli. will to nen." The l)?vt vf every thinr In the grnrrrv line M MiMam. M.immi it Hatilv bmldtiie, We notirvri I'm mam itl "Sir c.v evinces ire nmiicllid to i,M;e snmleinrnti mill cum .ipo in onlir to HcioinmlMc tlieif holiday mlwr .liseis. We didn't. Holiday Goods At Holts' Drug Stoic. bliae.s tvy the thousand, at rock bottom prices. Come, take a louk at them. Carl V. Hiersach. On The Comer As n impersonator. W. Powell Hale ranks with the best in America. You cannot afford to nms this treat. Krauss Opera llou'-e Jan. 18th. Karly Ilre.iUaxt Coffee best on earth at K. A. Williams. We unrtcr'.aii l tint varmi. Suinliv f rliools of tile lit) ili hate Cltrii-tiiiiis eve wrvicc.. VV would hate elullt published the roj;i itiiT hut nunc ttcre furnished in. This i the seison of ileeay mill ttcat rued vitalitj : piKxt health is hard to ic ton Jf jou'il retain jours, fortif tour f ste...

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 December 1907

Republican, The Largest Country NcNvspopcr Published In the Imperial State; $1.00 per year In advance. The Larticst and Best NcwspapC Published in Mof-gaii fcolinty, Mo. $1.00 per year in advances ClENTKAL MIBSbUlil i?AUNilitoi MININO, HliAL KSTATlS, UAlLHOAI) AND UKSiKttAL NEWS. W. V . Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo.( TUtirsdav Morning, December 26. 1907'. No. 50. Pritc $1.00 ()cr yetir ili advo'nte. Morgan County The Republican, (Successor toTim DitMOCHAT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in tlie Post Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Subscription Price fl.W) a Year, Phono No. 133. , Advertising Rates. Display advertising, by the year, to avenge tour Inches or more, 8 J$e. per Inch each issue. I'rofrsilotial cards, one Inch, 50 centa per ru.nth;two Inches, ?s cents per month. t,ocala live lines, or over, 5 cents per line for . trt Insettloiii 2tc. per line for each subsequent usertlon. In black type 10 cents per line for Ir...

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 December 1907

Morgan County Republican W? wV KINLOCH, Publisher. Versailles. . Missouri Even a hungry man draws the line at eating till words. There never was a loafer or criminal of any kind that had any s elf respect Thoso wlui have endured desperate adversity ran bent appreciate pros perity. Itncllcnl anper and petulant passion plunge even tho best men Into the ditch of destruction. One man kept his money In his stocking and It dropped through a hole. That was a darned poor bank. So far no one has been discovered who has refused the new coin be cause It has not the old motto upon It A Jackass" In Connecticut commit ted suicide Perhaps he came to a sudden realization that he was a Jackass. The moss-covered doctrine of anti quity Is absolutely unfitted for mod ern use and must give way to scien tific progress. A hcarfof cold Is always" desirable, but Just nt present. In the prevailing shortage, a handful of It Is very much more convenient. Ten million cold eaales are being coined at the Philadel...

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 December 1907

Newest ' un Dress There la nothing new under the sun. unless k Is In dress, and woman that Is, fashionable woman Is constantly on tho qui vlro to catch the latCBt hints of fashion, and to accommodate them to her peculiar needs and her pocketbook. Perhaps tho newest novelty for the winter Bcason Is the "Ileau nrummol" tie. It was first Introduced across the water, and was Instantly taken Into feminine and fashionable favor with an enthusiasm easily to bo understood and certain to bo shared when once you see for yourself Just how conveni ent and how charming It Is. So as such knowledge will Increase both your .comfort and your smartness this win' ! wn ahniv nhnvo Ihn fnlllifiil nnr. itralt of the new tto for all to study and admire, and t may tell you that Its fastening Is most simply and success fully effected by tho mero passing of one end through a loop of tho fur, while by tho same means It can bo ad' dusted to fit the neck as closely and cosily as you will. It Is Indeed a won' de...

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 December 1907

1 TOE NEW-BOEN YEML YESTERNIGHT the year fay dyin-l By hi lowly oouoh wo mot, Bnn&ng ivy-leaves, and trying. Some with smiles and some) with Clfhlnf To remember or forget. Now the nursling year it waking, And wo gaze into his ayes. Heedless of his sire's forsaking. In his eradlo ha is lilting Gifts from earth and sea and sides. Dawn of gold and sunset glearmng, April eve and Junetide morn, Things of truth and not of seeming. These have g)orIfiod his dreaming. He the her. the newly born. In his tiny grasp he treasures Riches that may soon be ours Sunlight gold m brimming measures, Meadow fragrances and pleasures, Honeyed Wine distilled of flowera. Soon the ohild will frotu lightly O'er his fathers grass-green grave i Day shall be his playmate brightly. And his steep be sweetened nightly By the songs of wind and wave, Ammuh L Glo. New Year Irresolutions By HXLEN ROWLAND fS.S'T It hard, said the II widow, glancing ruefully I at the holly-wreathed cjock on me maniei-piece, , to know...

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 December 1907

Br ARTHUR CHAPTER XXI. Continued. "Dahl don't mention that word to mo again. I am side of your hypocrisy. You don't deceive me, let mo tell you. Your plea of cowardice Is a convenient subterfuge. Every fact points to your being In league with these adven turers. A coward wouldn't have taken tho rlslts you havo taken. You saw ttao man hiding In the stairway; you saw him ahovt to flro on a helpless glrlj and jot. raised no hand. Am I talking plainly enough?" t looked Into Ijocke's eyes, glaring with rngo and contempt, and I laughed Bloud. It was actually a relief to have my weakness exalted to the piano of deliberate villainy. "Laugh, my friend, but I am not to bo deceived by a laugh." "And now that 1 stand abased In my naked deviltry?" "I glvo you flvo minutes to make a full and corapleto confession. It at the end of flvo minutes you still re fuse, I shall havo you promptly arrest ed for being a partner in the Intrigues of tho Countess SarahofT, for masquer ading as Sir Mortimer Ilrc...

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 December 1907

&a "j" A-, h ,1 ' t A SUMMER TRAGEDY BY JEAN KATE LUDLUM It seemed pltlfuly unkind when I was old enough to feel tlic 1ur of fortune, for my comrades and friends my brothers tnoro thnn nnyone to nickname me "Sorrel" because of the color of my hair! I'or years this was a tore subject to mc many a "crying spell" have I had owing to Ihnt and the laughter of my thonrhtlcss companions. Everyone called mc Sorrel. My own name, lltlicl, was so seldom spoken 1 failed to answer It when heard! Wo went up to the country early (hat summer, for It was unusually warm and t was restless for the free life, and exorcise to which Lowed my liorfect health "I shall have Sidney nurnctt up this summer." Tom declared as decidedly as I. In tho laying of plans. "He was awfully good to me, you know, when I was down In the dumps that time at c jll.-e and during our summering to pet'icr last summer." The weather was divine: for tho first two weeks we simply reveled In the freedom and open life. Then Tom's f...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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