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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 October 1906

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Seventh Year. Versailles. MoM Thursday Morning, Oct. 11, 1906. No. 41. MORE OF THE WINNERS. List of the Awards Distributed to Exhibitors by the Committees in Charge at the Street and County Fair. The Stock Show Horses, Mules and Cottle -The Splendid Fruit Exhibit and Premiums. STOCK SHOW. First Day, Tuesday, Sept. 25. Driving team First premium, H C Stockton; second, 15 I) Gill. Draft colts First, Sim Aeschbaucher; second, 15 J Aeschbaticher. Jacks any ngc I'irst, G F, Petty; sec ond, Howard Datighcrty. All purpose stallion First, C P Hrown fiold; second Win Tipton. Carriage team I'irst, Pred )1 Caldwell; second, 15 R GUI. Yearling colts, either sex First, John llolton; second, I T Price. Second Day, Wednesday, Sept. i!6. Single driving horse Pirst, K Calli- co te; second, Joe Kidlcr. Mule colts, suckling Pirst, Alf H Line man; second, 15 J Aesclibauclicr. M.uc Mid colt Piist, 15 J Ae...

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. — 11 October 1906

Morgan County Republican. W. V.'. KINLOCn, Publisher. VICKSAII.Ur : MISSOURI, History, haying run as far back as 42 11 II. C, has become weary and fjtopiKMl there. Legalize tnl new system of spelling and Illiteracy will cease to exist In the United States. .Toll ti D.llockefelier la In the hands of his dentist. Ills bitterest enemy should be satisfied. A farm Journal says cucumbers have been cultivated 3,000 years. That explains many aches. Under the rule of tholiew spelling a maiden Is to be klst, not kissed. We (.an stand a spell of It. What a Tnocery that in the country where spelling reform Is really needed the czar makes no move! A Massachusetts man has construct ed a musical Instrument out of a bar rel, presumably an organ. . After trying to be the father of his country I'alma must wish that ho had been rontent to remain a cousin to It. If Kaiser Wllhclm comes to the United States he will got a reception that will make him want to run for president. "Garbage Is garbage," says ...

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. — 11 October 1906

LARGE CANCER IN HER BREAST Any Lump in Woman's Breast is uancer. Troy. III., Sept. 25, 1008. Mm. D. V. Orexory, a wealthy, promi nent lady near hero, who w:m thought to In dyinp with cancer, haH hern cured of a very law cancer of her breast, Ride ami nrmplt. with only two weeks' treatment, with that moat wonderful Inland plant remedy used by Dr. and Mr.i, Chamloe ik Co.. of 131 and 193 North Twelfth street. Kt. I,ouli. Mo. Thin same doctor cured a Mrx. Henderson and u Mrs. .Smith of this place, Just thirty-four ymia ago. of (irr.-i'st raneer. Also recently cuml Capt. O. W. Huesberry. of such wonderful fame In tho civil war: Mrs. C. liorts, Mrs. Harnh Mueller. Mrs. John W. Miller and Mrs. 8. 1). Duell, all of this rectlon, no no ted for cancer. He Is thi doctor wlio cured our Cnpt. John Mason, the tlrst man to carry the news of the nssissln atlnn of Father Abraham Lincoln to our Oen. Lew Wallace. His cancer was from an Injury received that memorable night. All the lending papers and ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 October 1906

The Republican, (Successor to Tin'. Dkmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. ilntcred in the Tost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Kiibrcription l'ricc f 1.00 n Year, Phone No. IBS. REPUBLICAN STATU TICKET. I'or Supt. Public Ins J.U. White I'or ky. and W. II. Com. .K. V I'lcntge l'or Congress W. 1'. Quigley Hor State Senator Ii. A. Crewsoii Republcnn County Ticket. I'or Rctiicsciitatie K. A. Norfleet I'or County Clerk IC. IC. Iluck I'or Circuit Clerk and Recorder W. C. Thomas I'or Collector I'eterJ. Siegel for Sheriff C l. Willson I'or Prosecuting Att'y. . . .V. T. S. Agee I'or Presiding Jutlgc Joltn knlweii I'or Probate Judge II. IC. Neville I'or Treasurer J. VV. Johnson I'or Corousr J. A. Ilraden I'or Surveyor W. R. Stevenson I or County Judge J'irst District Henry S. Inge I'or County Judge Second District S. V. Spears Township Ticket. I'd Jlistfce of the I'm. . .. Maw Creek Township. . . .I'rtd Keel: 'jr Justice of the I'eace. . . . .Morcati Township I. O....

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 October 1906

H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. 2 Office Tln,n Kesldt-" 'I'hon e ncAi nbws. ! Calla Lilly dour 82.05 at K. A. Williams. Hen. Hudson made a business trip to St. Louis Sunday night, returning Tuesday. The Ladies of the Presbyterian Churrh will give a chicken iie sup-p-.T and bazar, October 23rd. Place will be published later. T. 1. llund, of I'arnctt, was over Saturday to attend the meeting of Versailles Lodge, A. F. & A. M., and assist in the work. Roy Stockton, who is attending Hill's Business College in Sedalia, spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks in this vicinity. Uev. L. Kr Kinney, of Glensted, was here last Saturday evening and made the Ri:i-i;m.ican office a pleas ant call. He also attended the Ma sonic Lodge meeting. (I. I?. Petty 's colt show takes place on the Square Saturday afternoon. As there arc a number of interested ompctitors, the show will attract more than usual attention among our stockmen. The Hank of Versailles has had a drain put in connecting with the ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 October 1906

WKlHEKffl HE ADVISES HIS DAUGHTER. "How's th kids. Maggie?" asked Po Ilceninn Uiirncy Klynn, nH he settled iiiinM'if for Ills rccular smoko ono evening. "I wish, father," replied his daugh tor, Willi that dignity that a year o K as a school-teacher always gives t a young woman, "that you would not tall in; Maggie. It Is so plebela n. My name Is Marguerite." "Oho! listen to that, now!" ex claimed I'ollccman Klynn. "Ye was chr-rlstened Maggie, hut ye-cr na-amc Is Margareet. M-m-tn, now, I won direr whin th' Frlnch crep' into th' fam'ly an' how 't was done. I nlvcr hear-rd Iv wan Iv ye-cr anclstors that w'u'd l'ave a Frlnchman near with out cr-rackln' him on th' head. I'd ;is soon hear ye callln yo-er-sllf "How's th' Klus, Maggief"' (iretchen or Franchises. "1'ls tin dol lars to tin clnls th' gazabo that's heeu lalllu' to see ye has put ye up to rhaugln' a flni! na-atne." "lie's a very excellent young man, father," answered the girl spiritedly. "Mehho so, hut I ha-ave me doubts," asser...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 October 1906

Money refunded for eicn tmcIchm of l'UNAM KMJKM&S DYKS if umtati factory. Auk your druggist. A homely rich clrl Is prettier than beautiful po-jr one In tlio eyes of Bomo men. Lewis' Pintle Hinder ttrniaht Co cignr is food iiunlity nil t lie time. our dealer or ivi Kurtnrv, I'enM.i, III. Our idea of u manly mun in ono who Isn't ashamed to ncknowlodgo hll fault. A DANGEROUS PRACTICI. Burning Off Paint Makes Insurant. Void. It seems that considerable danger to property cxlBta In tlio practice of burning off old paint before repaint ing Tho question lmH loiig been a subject of debatu In tlio technical JoumalH, aud now householders and tho newspapers have begun to discuss It. Those of us who, with trembling, havo watched tlio painters blow n fiery Must Irom their lamps against our houses, and havo looked sadly at tho slzo of our painting bill becnuso of tho time wasted on this prcllnilu ary work, aro interested in tho in vestigation by the Greenfield (Mass.) Gazette anil Courier, whi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 11 October 1906

EARLY CALL! NEW FALL JACKETS FOR Ladies, Misses and Children. Styles the Latest AND Prices the Lowest All Departments in our Large Emporium chuck full of Up-to-date Goods which you are invited to inspect while in the city. YOURS TO PLEASE, A. POPPER, Leader in Low Prices and First-CI ass Merchandise. KjsmatftaaKartaam D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second lloor over l'irst National Hank, Versailles, Mo. Prompt service and first-class work to all patrons l'lioue .V7. Let s do your job printing, then you arc sure to be satisfied both in work and price. J. K. Lejvis, manager of the Mor gan county mining and prospecting Co., returned this week from a busi ness trip to Ohio and Pennsylvania. Mr.auil.Mrs.il. G. Decker, of Ver- STILL MORE LOCAL NEWS. 'sailles, were in Tipton Saturday on their way to Sedalia to visit the family of flour SI. 70 at K. A. 'their son, Harry, and to attend state lair, i Hey toimerly resided ill I iplon and Mr. Decker subscribed for The Ti...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 18 October 1906

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. .p.venth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Oot. 18, 1906. No. 42. ROY MOORE'S TRAGIC DEATH. increased until the pressure became more than he could bear, and fully appre ciating hit surrounding, and the deter mination not to inflict upon his family the care of a ton whose memory had be come a blank, was the whole and only cause that impelled him to commit so Grand Republican Rally Suffering In Body and Mind He Cleaned Prompt Relief by his Own Hand-Statement of Attending Physician. At Versailles, Mo., Saturday, November 3d, 1906. rash an act. Last Thursday morning as the Re publican was being mailed, we were apprised of the uddeh, death of Roy Salmon Moore, oldest son of V. W. Sloore, president of the First National Hank of this city, the causes being as enumerated in the statement made below by the physicians. Deceased had retired the previous night at their home in Westlawn app...

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. — 18 October 1906

Morgan County Republican. W. VV. KINLOCrt, Publisher. VKH8AILLK3. MISSOURI. John Jacob Astor Is a regular auto crat, lie Is the owner of more motor cars thnn any other man In the United States, and Is constantly adding to his store. A negro who claimed to bo 109 years old Is dead In Illinois. As he never boasted of having nursed Thomas Jef ferson ho may not have exaggerated his nge, either. New Yoik burglars are traveling mound to business In automobiles, if you wish to avoid being mistaken lor a burglar or a capitalist, don't travel In an automobile. Thousands of Chinamen are cutting off their pigtails In China and one was arrested for "mashing" In Chicago lntely. The yellow men seem to be ad vancing In the ways of civilization at a brisk gallop. A Georgia sheriff has prevented a lynching by carrying the proposed vic tim away In an automobile so swiftly that the mob couldn't keep up. The mob may try, however, to obtain re venge by having the sheriff prosecuted for exceeding the spe...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 18 October 1906

6 MURDERED FATHER, MOTHER AND THREE CHILDREN MURDERED ON A MISSOURI HIGHWAY. ENTIRE FAMILY SLAIN Shot and Beat the Father to Death, Clubbed the Mother and Children, and Rode to Town on Mur dered Man's Mule. KING OF SAFE-BREAKERS. Houston, Mo. Harney Parsons, a farmer, tils wlfo and three children were murdered near Licking Mo. A farmer named Hamilton lias been ar rested, charged with the murder, and la said to havo confessed. Parsons had sold his farm and crops to Hamilton, and It is alleged that the men quarreled over the terms of the sale. Parsons and family Bet out from their former homo In a covered wagon, bound for northern Missouri. The body of Parsons was found shot to death, and the mother and three children had been clubbed to death. Jonah Hamilton, the alleged murder or, is in the Houston jail, strongly guarded to prevent lynching. He is said to havo made a complete confes sion, of which the following is a sum mary: Killed the Entire Family. At a timber-bordered place in t...

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. — 18 October 1906

H?he Republican. (.Successor to Thk Democrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. filtered in the Post Office at, Versailles, Missouri as second claw tnail matter. Vbrcription Trice fl.UO n Veer. 'Phono So. 185. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. or Supt. Public I9 J.U. Wliitc l'or Ry. and V. H. Com. .K. W Plentge Kbr Congress W. 1'. Qtiigley Ar State Senator J. M. Williauis Republcon County Ticket. 'or Representative R. A, Norfleet Tor County Clerk K. K. liuck b'or Circuit Clerk 1 and Recorder W. C. Thomas '.tor Collector Peter J. Siegel (Jor Sheriff C K. Willion I'pr Prosecuting All'y W. T. S. Agee Kor Presiding Judge Jolin Kulwell tor Probate ludue H. K. Neville for Treasurer, J. W. Johnson S'orCoronsr J. A. Hiadcn I'jor Surveyor W. R. Stevenson vat County Twine 1 Pirst District Henry S. Inge yr County Judge ' Second District S. W. Spears TavnsMp Ticket. -pr Justice, of the Peace. . . . ' Haw Creek Township. . . .Pred Keek Jor Justice of the Peace. . . . ' Moreatt Township I. G. I.egerc i'Vr Const...

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. — 18 October 1906

r m I I I H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Olflre 'Phont 74. '3 3 m Residence 'Phone 39. - m m LOCAL NEWS. Calla Lilly flour S2.05 at E. A. Williams. Attorney John If. Gibtis was looking after legal business in Jefferson City this week. The Morgan County Teachers' Asso ciation holds a three days session in this city next week. John K. I'latt, of Danville, 111., was here several days this week looking over Morgan County prospects. I. M. Scliannep, K. K. Iiuck, Abb. Offinier and John Conner were in court at Jefferson City Tuesday us vi nesses in n suit on hand there. W. B. Dudley and Chas. I.etsworth went to Jefferson City Tuesday, sum moned there to serve on the grand jury, in session this week. It. C. Mobley, wife, ami daughter, Miss Pearl, departed Tuewlay for Aba line, Texas, where they will spend the winter with Mr. Mobley 's two sons, Oscar and Owen. Tomp. Thixton and wife, of the north east part of the county, stopped off here Wednesday, on their way home from Stover, to visit th...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 18 October 1906

RUN DOWN FROM GRIP Or Williams' Pink Pills Hava Cure This Form of Debility In Hundred af Cesee. 'Fonr years ago," says Mrs. P. Mor rison, of No. 1922 Carson atrcct, South Side, Piltuburg, P., "I took a coJd which turned into tho grip. This trouble left mo nil run down. I was thin, had backache much of the time, had no ap petite, my stomaeh was out of order and I felt nervous and unstrung. "Whilo I had the grip I bad a doctor, but I really suffered jnoro from tho con dition in which tho influenza left mo thnn I did from tho ilisesso iUelf. I felt genet ally wretched and mixcrnMo and the lca.st cxixHiiro to cold vould make me worw. I couldn't seem to get any Ix'tter tin til I began to tako Dr. Williaini' Pink Pills. I very quickly noticed a benefit after I began taking them and they restored mo to good health and strength. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are n wonderfully good medicine. Thanks to them I mn now in fine health and liavoliadiiorettirnof my former trouble I recommend tho pills t...

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. — 18 October 1906

CITY OWNERSHIP REPUDIATED REPEATED FAILURES PROVE THEORY NOT PRACTICAL. Investigations Show Results Different from Those,. Painted by Social Istlc Speakers. Den Moines, Iowa. Tho disclosures which havo been made In Omaha con cornlni; tho falluro of municipal owner ship In that city have attracted wlUo Hjireml attention over tho entire country, nml cspcclnlly have tho people of Iowa ami ailJoinliiB ntateu watched tho dovol opmcntH with great lnterct, both be , cause of tho proximity of Omuha as well as because of tho general prlnclplo In volved In tho Omnhn troubles. Some limn ago tho cntlro middle west seethed with municipal ownership Ideas and fads, but tho showinK made In Oma ha has set up a train of Investigations by those who renlly wanted to know the effects of the public ownership of public Utilities, and tho result has been that thousands who formerly wcro advocates of this Idea havo now changed their minds and arc as much opposed to their cities owning tho street cars, elect...

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. — 18 October 1906

r EARLY CALL! NEW FALL JACKETS FOR- Ladies, Misses and Children. 1 Styles the Latest AND Prices the Lowest All Departments in our Large Emporium chuek full of Up-to-date Goods which you are invited to inspect while in the city. YOURS TO PLEASE, A. POPPER, Leader in Low Prices and First-Class Merchandise. D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over 1'irxt National Hank, Versailles, Mo. Prompt service and first-class work to all patrons. Phone 37. STILL MORE LOCAL NEWS. Choice flour SI. 70 at H. A. Williams. K. A. Crcwsou and wife went up to Kansas City Tuesday morning, returning Wednesday. Dr. S. C. Wheat, of Kansas City, sends us the neoessary cash to set his fubscription over into the 1007 column. Petty's Colt Show. G. K, Petty, who offered a f'JO (ser vice) premium at the recent street fair for the he-it spring colt sired hy his fine thor .ugbbred German Coach stallion, iJori 4,320, being unable to hold the coutctt at that time owing to the had weather...

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. — 25 October 1906

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING,. MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. ; SEVENTH 'TJ6A.R:,. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Oct. 25. 1906. No. 43. .. DO IT! It costs you nothing and may save you something. 25 per cent less than the average 'ue Houses. Catalog If you need a nice Ladies' or Misses' 50-inch LONG COAT. See our Coats before you buy. We have Just received our third shipment of Ladies' and Misses' Long Coats. Every garment is up-to-date and the very latest, even up to the "PRINCE CHAP." Prices $3.50, $5, $0, $8, $9, $12, $12. 50, up to $16. A most Remarkable Bargain is our $3.50 Coat. It is equal to any $5 or $6 garment advertised by Catalogue Houses. If you want a bar gain the best and nicest garments, come early. Wo Strings Tied to This! It's Free! READ OUR OFFER! A Natural Tone Talking and Singing Machine Free! With every $20 pur chase of Merchandise at Our Store. Or four Trading Cards. We have one at 10 and one at 34. We keep specially ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 25 October 1906

The Republican, (Successor to Till'. Okmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. l-.ntercil in the l'ost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Nibrcrintioli Price, fl.00 a Year. 'Fhont No. 103. REPUBLICAN STATB TICKET. 'or ftwtit. Public lus J.U. White 1 or Ry. ami W. H. Com. .K. V 1'lente.e '.'or Congress V. 1'. Oiiinley '.or State Senator J. M. Williams Rcpublcan County Ticket. .or Rcptc!.eiilnlie U. A. Norfleet I or County Clerk K. K. Uuck l or Circuit Clerk, ami Recorder V. C. Thomas 'or Collector I'eterJ. Siegel I or Sheriff C K. Willson 1 or Prosccutiug Atl'y . . . ,V. T. S. Agee 1 or Presiding judge John Kidwell l or Probate Judge II. Ii. Neville l or Treasurer J. V. Johnson I or Coroner J. A. llinden I "or Surveyor V. R. Stevenson ! or County Judge l-'irst District Henry S. Inge ' or County Judge Second. District S. W. Spears Township Ticket. Injustice of the l'eace. . . . Haw Creek Township. ... Pred Keek t or Justice of the l'eace. . . . Moreau Township I. ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 25 October 1906

li H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. 2 OffIc- 'I'lion 5 74. Resldtno 'lhnn 39. LOCAL NEWS. m m Calla Lilly flour S2.05 at K. A. Williams. I. M. Hartzel, of Brighton, Iowa, is visiting friends here. Frank Huntington, of Cincinnati, send the necessary amount to put his credit up to June, 1007. John Townley and wife, who had been spending two weeks at Fldorado Springs, returned to this city last Sunday. . Klmer Hjxirks, who resides with his mother near Glensted, starts this week for a trip to points in Ohio, the first city of interest being Cincinnati. The pupils of the public school will have to-day and to-morrow as holi days owing to the Morgan County Teachers' Association being in session here this week. Miss Maude Manning departed Saturday for New Orleans, where she will spend the winter with relatives. She accompanied Mrs. Knipnieyer as far as Memphis. Rev. J. L. Moon, of Cllensted, was here Monday, having filled an ap pointment at Otterville Sunday. He goes through from here to Mari...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 25 October 1906

EARLY CALL! NEW FALL JACKETS IFORf Ladies, Misses and Children. AND 3 8 if A. Styles the Latest Prices the Lowest Ai! Departments in our Large Emporium chuck full of Up-to-date Goods which you are invited to inspect while in the city. YOURS TO PLEASE, POPPER, Leader in Low Prices and Eirst-Class Merchandise. D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Oilier in corner rooms cm second floor over Ifir.st National lt.-nik, Versailles, Mo. 1'ioitipt service n tll first-class work to nil irilroiiN. Phone 57. High I'.-itont . A. Williams. Flour at STILL MORE LOCAL NEWS. For fresh tender meats at all times, call (in llie Ihttcher and Grocer. C. M. I'KICK. The Latest New Idea 10c Patterns now on sale at Carl W. Biersach's, on the corner. J. Choice flour $1.70 at Williams. ('. W. Firm inl family left here Wuhesd.iy for their far a way home it Tiirner, Qregon. The Um'ciii.icam will Idlow tliem, and keep them post ed on Morgan county doings. FROM GLENSTED. Nee. John Moon mini Rev F. C Rich ardv ;pp dulnieiil...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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