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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 26 December 1907

"What are you doing?" "Fishing." "Catch anything?" "No." "How long havo you been thoro?" "Eleven years." "Como Inside!" STABILITY IN CUBA DUTY OF THE UNITED 8TATE8 3EEM8-PLAIN. Present Able Administration of Gov ernor Majjoon Must Be Con tinued Until Conditions No Longer Require It. It will be remembered that the visit of Secretary Tctt to Cuba In the spring resulted In the putting forth of a program for future action which sat isfied all parties and dissipated the .fog of suspicion and distrust. Having Intervened In the Island at a critical juncture. It was, of course, Impossible for the United States to wind up Its receivership without laying fresh foundations for a stable native govern ment. A repetition of Palma's experi ence, everybody realized, would doubt less prove fatal to Cuba's Independ ence. Accordingly Secretary Taft, after patient Inquiry and free con sultation of nil parties, announced tho following gradual course of proced ure: A careful, honest census In volving a f...

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. — 26 December 1907

tt II. K. ENLOE, RCSIDCNT DCNTIST. 9 JJ OKI 't a,1i, r TM. 30. 74. umi;xBfcnr.:iaitar,i-.nitiiiifi. LOCAL NEWS. f Beginning with nni WeilncMl.nj, , lr tiro to Trite it 1W. The bet -f tvefv llitiip lit l! yrorrfv lino at Uillim. Mason llatdv li'iiKltrg, R. K. ItnTiril, nt (i!c".3tcd, tutn.ir'ing IjmincM ii.-ce a tvuplc ut iIim tr, s mil, ,W nr!j-'tir:n-il Ictm of llio roiuity cmirt nrl Monday fur the Jnirpic o( Joking lip the ) car's limine ami piMtme, ready (or liig business next J ear. bhnos by the thousand, at rock bottom prices. Come, t.i4ce a look at them. Caul V. Bihhsach. On The Cnrncr As an impersonator. V. Towel! Hale ranks with the best in America. Von c.innot afford to mis this treat. Krauss Opera House Jan. IStli. The Hank of Versailles has our thanks for a fine large calender lor 100S, in red, while and liluc patri otic sure. Harly llreakfst Codec best on earth at K. A. Williams. The 8th snow of (tic season, about tun inches, fell Sunday night, but it melted rapidly Mond...

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. — 2 January 1908

Morgan County Republican The Largest Country Newspaper Published In the Imperial States -$1.00 per year !n advance, The Largest and Best NcwsphpGf Published In Morgan County Mo; $1.00 per year in advance; CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REALt ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. W. V '. Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, January 2, 1908. No. 61. Price 51.00 per yctir in advance. OUR ANNUAL CLEA SALE Here Is a Chance For Those Who Have Not Bought Their Winter Supplies. Some of &e Greatest Cut-.-SIash Prices You. ILver Heard Of Each and every year we Have our Prior-to-Inventory Sale Nothing is held back, everything' must go. We cannot wait until the cold weather sets in for the rest of the season, nor can we wait or hold this vast, stock of Merchandise for its regular price; we must unload this month and make room for our early Spring Goods, which will be coming in the first part of February. Muslin Underwear Department Less 1-4 on ever...

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. — 2 January 1908

Morgan County Republican W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher Versailles, Missouri TolllnB jour troubles Increases the clrclo of your enemies. If tho inlik" Heleri"drirot hnve s euro we may quit them anil drink out water unadulterated. "China 7m Vcwo1 Revolution, fays a headline. Better get your othel shirt out before It's too late. Perhaps'Tf you so'tlo the end C the rainbow you'd find merely a po' of clearluK houso certificates. A banlTto7leecentTy died o myxedema, caused by handling parol money. Oh, death, where Is thy etlngi Notrnli'iT ulirtier home for net catl looks like a doubtful iiroosltlon There are too many alleys and bacV i fences. ' A Kentucky boy swallowed a can die moth and choked to death. Candle moths should always be cooked and carved before eating. A Philadelphia man urges the de reendants of the Mayflower Pllgrlmi to aid In tho Roosevelt reform. Dut goodness, who would there be left tc reform T Men will get moro klsses from tholt wives If they use their Sunday drink j money ...

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. — 2 January 1908

Ekmntta nf Are UJttliut By BERNARD Secretary MaifaehuMtta Stilt Boird ""IVERy mttii who gives a thought to himself can exemplify a I I successful life, with the will to tlo so. Success implies effort, I I and, liko failure, relates to the time when effort has ceased. Ileal or fancied, success is always the result of thought. The burglar gets off with the swag who considers well the means. That o like precaution might bring him contentment in an honorable pursuit is a commonplace. While not every man con think profoundly upon the laws that regulate his surroundings and the deepest thinker fails to touch bottom when ho drops his plummet into the abysmal mysteries of life every man can think correctly, if not exhaustively, upon the uso of forces within his control. He will discover, moreover, on turn ing his thoughts inward a lack of something essential to his well-being. His discoveries can bo reduced to maxims to which all acts and judgments should conform. These are the germs of suc...

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. — 2 January 1908

t Bt , . .J? , is. i it I Heard a Thrush I heard i thrush In the mornlnr. 1n1nir. (O clean the world when the dawn came up!) And over the meadons the day ram i.rlnln Preen dew and iltnnii for the roee a cup. Bleak wu ray heart on that eblnlnit mornlnjr, (O WWte VII me worm Beauty and rapture the earth Yet the grief on my heart, But 1 heard a thrush In the And I eana with him. until rmm fhe rturknee tU Dlttne H IIIBI 1'" ONE VALENTINE'S MYSTERIOUS CAREER BY CORA STUART WHEELER yooeoKxoooo9oeooooooooooeooooocoeecoocooooooeoc) (Copyright, fcy Jeeepli 11. Howies) "I don't know hy 1 shouldn't." said Harrle Arnold, slowly. "Nobody thinks much of valentines unless they are truly In love" with a quick blush "and If he Is that," vaguely, "why, he will be Just too Pleased to think of criticising me, tven If he guesses who sent It. I wonder If that simpering clerk has sold It by this time; oh, I hope notl" About this time, Clayton Dukes was taking life comfortably In his sister's luxurious lib...

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. — 2 January 1908

ofY72tz'fr.Koa, & CHAPTER XXIII. Continued. He attempted to close the door again. Finding that Impossible, his presence of mind deserted him. I brushed by him, and had pushed open the door at the head of the stnlrway before he could como to a decision. "Walt hero!" 1 said in a tono of command. "I have an appointment with Madamo do Varnler. You were coming for me, of course?" "No," ho answered sullenly. "Ma dam Is at her devotions; sho Is not to bo disturbed." "I am tho best Judge of that." And added again, "Walt herd" I found myself In a great barn-like room when I bad locked the door be hind me at the head of tho staircase. It was lighted dimly by narrow win dows placed high against tho root of rafters, and was almost baro of furni ture. At tho threo angles, of this room were the three closed doors. So far the crafty knave had told the truth. But In which of these rooms should I find Madamo do Varnler? And In which Captain Forbes? It availed mo little to have pens tratcd bo far...

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. — 2 January 1908

MAY ADANOON TELEGRAPH. Railways Contlderlng Operation of Lines by Telephone. That recently enacted laws affecting the hours of labor for railway em ployes may remit In the substitution of the telephono for tho telegraph In railway operation Is asserted editorial ly In Tho Railway Age. Such laws. tho writer tells us, havo within the year been enacted by congress and by tho legislatures of eight states. For telegraphers Wisconsin limits the eon secutlvo hours of service to eight. West Virginia to from 8 to 12 and the federal law to nine for day and night stations and to a maximum of 13 (for not more thnn three days per week) for day stations. Says The Age: "The necessity of providing addi tional operators, which Is now or soon to be Imposed by reason of these statu tory limitations as to permissible hours of labor for telegraphers, pre sents a serious problem for railway officials In charge of opciatlon, and In seeking a solution the telephone will undoubtedly receive very serious con...

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. — 2 January 1908

IS I IMPORTANCE OF THE COMMA. Getting Punctuation Mark In Wrong Place May Caute Trouble, "Somo laWBUlts of tho highest Im portance have hinged upon tho right placing of a comma," said Judge V. C. Donning ot St. Louis, "When I first Btartcd to practice law a Missouri cdtor camcv"v me In A peck of trouble to ffend him against a threatened libel suit grow ing out ot faulty punctuation, lie had not meant to give somo Innocent young woman tho slightest offense when he wroto a story about 'two young men who went with their girls to attend n lecture and after they loft, tho girls got drunk.' Putting that mis erable little comma out of Its right place did tho work, as It made the girls the ones who became Inebriated Instead of their escorts, I managed by proper diplomacy and tho publica tion of a neat apology to stave off the damago suits, and nttcrwnrd my editorial friend became nn expert on punctuation." QUITE AS DAD. Orlggs Tho Idea of your letting four wife go 'round Baying she made a m...

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. — 2 January 1908

1 On Jan. 1st, 1908, we will begin our Immense Sacrificing SALE, To Clean Up Odds and Ends, and Merchandise that Arrived too Late for Christmas. Owing to the very largo patronage in our December Sale compelled us to make daily orders to duplicate goods. Many of these came in too late for our December Sales. These, with many others of our Large Stock we have cut prices to bed rock, many we will saorifice below Cost to keep from carrying them over, and to make room for Spring Stock. SEE OUR QUOTATIONS NEXT WEEK. WISHING ALL A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR, and thanking the public for the veiy liberal patrcnage bestowed ujicn us, we shall always endeavor to merit your good will and confidence. H H m m Ofllt. 'phom 74. r H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. ftltd,nr. 'Phone 39. Will fliersach ami wife, of Provo, Utah, came in last week for a isit ; with homefolks. E. A. Williams wants your produce and nil! pay hichest market price, Mason & Hardy block. LOCAL NEWS. jj Miss Rosa McDjnald is...

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. — 9 January 1908

Morgan County f lie LargeSt aHd Best Ncwpap?F tafflisfittj fa Muffin bMhVr, fofc The Largest Country Newspaper Published In the Imperial State. $1.00 per year In advance. CEfc-rtlAL MISSOURI FAlttft&J, MINIffa, KEAfl ESTATE; itAlfcttOAD AND 'GBNERAj NEWS. Prfce $1.66' per Vet fit ft.vSf.fce: W. W. Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, January 9. 1908. Wo. 52 mmWwhtit mil OUR ANNUAL CLEARING SALE Here Is a Chance For Those Who Have Not Bought Their Winter Supplies. Some of &fe Greatest Cut-&-Slash Prices You Ever Heard Of Republican Each and every year we Have our Prior-to-Inventory SaleNothing' is Held back, everything' m'u&t g'o We cannot wait until the cold weather sets in for the rest of the season, nor can we wait ot hold tfeis V&fet stock of Merchandise for its regular price; we must unload this month and make room for oui early Spring Goods, which will be coming in the first part of February Muslin Underwear Departme...

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. — 9 January 1908

Sfe. j.stMJM Morgan County Republican W. W KINLOCH, Publisher. v?:HSAj.ns Mi.sot 111 Otic-tided courtesy and generoslt) Co not tost long II la great to g'eater to be Just be generous, bul When some smokeless tobacco? genius dlscovet Many people bear pood reputatloni because the are not known. The cold Horace pkb ha just caiiM for complaint of the little respect pale to age Lady floorwalkers are the latent In notation in New York Will the sales girls stand It" Telling our troubles l n btd habit Hut after nil. It Is n good deal better than telling other people'" troubles A man s brain Is ten per rent heavier than a woman's, according to dentists Especially the raornlns after 1-nndon expects to have n population of 16.000 000 In 1950. The rest of Kng land will then be merely Imdon i back yard. Some bees Just put Into cold storage In Indiana will wake up In the l'hlllp pines Perhaps their tlrjt mental en ilamatlon will be: "Stung"' There Is to be a world's fair In Toklo In 1!12. Japan h...

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. — 9 January 1908

READY TO BEGIN. "Have you given him anything or done anything to relievo him?" asked tho young doctor who hnd fared far Into the backwoods to see a patient in the dead of a stormy night. "Well, no, dock that Is to say, nothln' to Bpcak of," said tho pa tient's wife. "I have had him soak Ills feet In almost b'llln' water with a lot o' muBtard In It, an' I've clapped a red-hot plaster on his back an' an other one on his chlst, an' I've put a couple o' blisters I had In the house under his arms an' a bag o' cracked Ice to the back of his neck an' had him drink a pint o' ginger tea with a dash o' rum In It Jess as hot as he could swaller It, an' 1 follerci'. that with some yarb bitters ono o' the neighbors Bent over, an' I had him tnko five or six pills out of a box I got one day of a man that come along with med'clnc to sell, an' ho's had thiee or four spoons o' Quackem's painkiller an' ono o' these sldclltz powders, but I didn't feel like as If I ort to give hlin much o' anything or 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. — 9 January 1908

MARTHA'S MISSION By ELLIS O'NEILLE (Copyright i Mania puhed away from her "I tbe ilelirnlelv painted and gild ed egcs and laid down her brush with u lanK'ild sIKh 'Tf-eo" Egbert exclaimed. "May we mint rannic and 1' Yes II you'll clean the triune, and put them away when oti got throtich Here are some lovely col ore on the palette nil ready mixed. Don't talk too loud, you and Dimples; mamma Is not to well today." She passed through a curtained doorwaj Into the next room, and sat down by her mother's couch. Did 1 hear you say you cre tired, dear" asked Mrs. Shelton. Yt'i tired of this monotonous, In active, life. 1 have been thinking all da what a waste It was to spend to r.iurb money on ni music nnd paint (UK What good do they do me, since iapa has burled us In this wilder ness" The more alono wo are the more need of resources within ourselves." replied the mother. Martha shrugged her shoulders Yes 1 know." she said, ' but It doesn't suit me I have always thought there was a work for...

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. — 9 January 1908

CHAPTER XXIV. Continued. "At .least It was easier. I perso vcred when I was nlout to despair. I was successful to this extent; Sir Mortimer agreed to liavo a secret meeting with the banker at this cha teautoday." "To-day I" I stammered. "And Sir Mortimer Is dead!" "I learned of his death when you were In the Itursaal with me." "You need say no more. 1 under stand why you have brought mo to tho chateau only too well. A Just fate snatched from your lips tho cup of success. lint fato dashed one cup from jour hand only to tempt you with another. I have seen for myself that I bedr a sufficiently marked re semblance to deceive ono who has known Sir Mortimer but slightly. Per haps Kuhn has never actually met Sir Mortimer " "Never!" Interrupted Madame de Vflrnler, her voice trembling. "And you wish mo to do what t" "An Interview of half an hour and the destinies of a nation will be changed, Oh, I know that tho move Is a desperate one. Its audacity Is tho host augury of succcsb. Look, I glvo...

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. — 9 January 1908

LARGEST t TRONO BOX. One of Two Stories Which Will Defy Any Sort of Violence. A huge armor pinto storage vault, two stories high nnil proof against any sort nf violence Hint might be brought to bear against It. Iinx been construct ed In Bethlehem. I'a. for life In a SVw YorK afi-i1cKiflt building The building of armor-plain vaults. p arc told liv a writer In Mnrhlnory, Is com finraiit c-It new. having sprung up In the p.iil eight or nine i'ars, and this particular vault la ko much larger than anything else of It kind that an un initiated mechanic would be perplexed Lower Story of Vault en Erection Floor of Armor-Plate Shop. to stale the use to which It Is to be put The writer goes on to say : 'This armor-plate vault Is a sort of glorified Bafe. to be filled with strong boxes The advantage claimed for the nrmor-plale ault over all oth er tvK'S of construction Is that It Is fire burglar, mob and earthquake liroof This one Is built In two stories with a connecting passage be tween them...

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. — 9 January 1908

Ml Sir MISS ANNIE CATRON. CATARRH MADE LIFE A BURDEN TO ME. MISS ANNIE CATItON, 037 Main St., Clnolmmtl. Ohio, writes: "As I linvc found l'cruna a blesslne for a Revere enso of catarrh of the head and throat which I Buffered from for a number of year, I nm only too pleased to plvo It my personal endorsement. "Catarrh, null as I suffered from. made llfo a burden to mo, my breath was offensive, stomach bad, and my bead stopped up so that I was usually troubled with n headache, and although I tried many so-called remedies, noth ing travo mo permanent relief. I was rather discouraged with all medicines when I'eruna was supRestcd to me. "However, I did buy n bottle, and be' lore that was finished there was a marked clianiro In mr condition. Much encouraged 1 kept on until I was com pletely cured in a month's time, and I tlnd that my general health u also ex eellent." i'conle who prefer solid medicines .should try l'cruna tablets. Hach tablet represents ono averago doso of l'cruna. Man-u-...

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. — 9 January 1908

I H. K, ENLOE, RCSIOEMT DENTIST. 7. 39. m ft.XK.llftftiell. LOCAL NEWS. I For gtecn aplei and frch mn lrrrie goto C. II. Cmcc. Ii tills the nfrrics Hlh rh.i, rt"l Mro4, 11 iV nrw flvh, v-l twUhy'im. warn m ami elnkliw. NothiiR;rnn talc its place; rw tand lin dmiu to much kM ,itV.rO Kck Mountain Tea. .lie, ' ct : ll.snnv IC. IV Hunter. 1' or .Sale. The cheapest h me in Versailles. Sec J. W. Mc , slellind. I( sou want something gonil, just rv our mince meat. C H. I'wcr. Phone SO. Kcpul ir convocation o( Versailles Royal Arcli Uupler Frid.iy night, ssiih installation of officers. Ailvice to Mothers: Don't let jour children Htc away. Keep them strong kii'l tieaUh) ilurinj; tlie winter tlh I lol litter' Rncky Mountain Tea. It i Hie freatel tonic fur children. Tore Mini I armless, duta the greatest Kd' v5c, 1 ea or TalM. I). C. HAR-V Btlll C. I). llf.NTKB. Dr. Muntrel presented us with a calendar guaranteed to tell all about the starry heavens, the earth and the waters beneath, the variou...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 9 January 1908

J REPUBLICAN SUPPLEMENT, JAN. Q, 1908. Vol. VIII, NO. 52. Total Assessed Valuation of Morgan County, Missouri, 1907. 1007 Horses. Jennets-Jacks Mules ) Cattle. Sheep Hogs Coats Money & Notes All Other Prop. Totals Osage COO 510,805 0-S200 173 S 1,330 1,801 $15,210 M05 $2,100 1,508 S2.70O 0 SC I S 18,205 SO.SIIO ! ifOO.COr. Moreau 1,002 S10.400 38 S780 701 $20,070 14,280-830,520 !l, 109 81,005 3,101 $0,500 C-$5 107,310 15,855 I $028,890 lluffalo 403-S 0,005 230 8 5,500 ll,815 $14,525 il,500-S2,215 1 .072-S.),010 12,255 80,010 l $53,000 Haw Creek 1,298 S31.880 27985 482-813,075 12,813 S2 1,350 87181.205 2,09385,190 205 $200 85,085 i $31,010 8197,810 Mill Creek 800-S20.000 33835 201 $ 8,210 1,008 S 0,020 588$ 825 1.72183,105 7S5 1 31,095 $12,100 I S9.310 Richland 800821,035 8320 313-S 0,135 1 1,728 815,075 821-S1,1C0 2,13081,015 205 -200 , 53.150 SI 1.200 S110.570 Total 5,070 S143.000 112 $3,180 2,103 $01,050 1900 5,710 S123.075 111 S2.705 1,871 S10.305 13,027 $115,300 0,480 80,100...

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. — 16 January 1908

Morgan County Republican CENTRAL MISSOURI PARMlNO, MINING, REAL ESTATE; UAlLROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. TTlit Ltfrgea't Country Ncws'papef Published In the Imperial State. $1.00 per year In advance. The Largest and Best Ncvv.sp?ipSt Published in Mdrgiin Couhtyi Mo: $1.00 per ycaf In advance. W. V. Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. NINTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo.-, Thursday Morning, January 16. 1908. No. 1. Price $1.00 per year in advance. I OUR ANNUAL CLEARING SALE Here Is a Chance For Those Who Have Not Bought Their Winter Supplied Some of &?e Greatest Cut-3&-Slash Prices You Ever Heard Of Each and every year we have our Prior-to-Inventory Sale Nothing' is held hack, everything' must g'o. We cannot wait until the cold weather sets in for the rest of the season, nor can we wait or hold this vast stock of Merchandise for its regular price; we must unload this month and make room for our early Spring Goods, which will be coming in the first part of February. Muslin Underwear Department L...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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