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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 16 January 1908

Morgan County Republican W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher. VERSAILLES- MlFSOl'IU (living with tlio hope of receiving l base usury It Is a oor blizzard that Hows no plumber Food. Self-rellanciTls the safety valve of a sensible citizen. The price of meat continues to fall with the steady, resistless, yet Im perceptible motion of a glacier. Good eggs are said to be scarce The readers of current news do not need to be Informed that bad orbs are plentiful The great men of the future of the United States arc the men who nre surest In 190T that nothing can keep the United States from moving, and moving forward. Poverty Is not an unmixed evil Some men would rejoice If they were so poor that their wives could not at- ford to put more than one set of cur- , tains on the same window j - I A prominent actress lalel collapsed from the nervous strain of continually putting on handsome gowns The eyn leal will shake their heads at surh an ordeal like this overcoming any nor mal woman. The Portuguese govern...

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. — 16 January 1908

HOT ELIrBEEED OMEN EAR Thero Is little that Is now, and that of no great Importance In the world of dress. Trifling variations In Bleeves and other modifications of the bodice are all. The most fashionable and the most graceful skirt, whether for the trailing gown or the walking costume, Is the circular and its modifications. This doos not mean that the circular skirt Is generally worn; If it were it would cease to be fashionable. The great majority of women, especially those whose mode of transit is the public conveyances only, stick faith fully to the plaited skirt. That It is heavier for walking apparently makes no difference, nnd then, too, the aver age coat and skirt In the ready-to-wear Bliops has the plaited Jupe, and the or- Design for a Home Evening Gown. dlnary tailor, well awaro how much easier It Is to obtain satisfactory re sults with tho plaited variety, Invari ably recommends It to his customers. At the largost wedding of the week, and of the season so far, tho gowns ...

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. — 16 January 1908

- ..:-i..jis... -f-.'-v I7 I Overcoming Her By Elizabeth 'ops The shadow of the leaves of nn Nile tree branch qulvred on the white muslin curtains of Miss Phoebe Perch al t chamber window as they were stirred li the light morning breeze The sun Just rising filled the room with ft yellow glow. Ordinarily this was the elcnal for the rising of Phoebe, but this morning she lay and watched the shadows. Shehadnwak. ened with a heavy feeling of de spondency "I declare for It!" ehe exclaimed to herself "1 ve a good mind not to get tip at all 1 ain't of any use In the world-an old maid, living here nldne. Seems as If everybody else had some body to do for parents or husband or children or relations of some kind - at any rate, somebody tho're neces sary to and who'd miss 'em If they should die Hut me! I don-t suppose any living being would shed n tear If I should die this minute. 1 shouldn't be missed any more'n one of the rocks over In the pasture" Phoebe stopped short In her mono logue to l...

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. — 16 January 1908

CHAPTER XXYI. Incriminating Dispatches. She hail been arranging the papers deftly In sqmo sort of order. "You read French, I think? The let ter of Ferdinand la In that languago; Sir Mortimer's notes and answera are, ot course, In English." I drew toward me the first of the papers a'no Indicated. "You aro nothing If not modern In your methods," I scoffed, glancing down tho page, "Your safes and typewriters bring back to mo the asso ciations of my banking business. And' a banker, let mo warn you, scans tho signature of a draft carefully beforo he cashes It." "The typewriter Is an amusing ltttlo Instrument," sho yawned, "and I am proud of my success In mastering It. As for tho sato. If you havo been a banker, you know that tho combina tion Is carefully guarded, M. Coward." It gave her tho cruelest delight to taunt me with tho shameful word. Dur ing tho next halt hour she Insulted mo so at least halt a dozen times. I bent my attention on tho paper beforo me. t translate roughly Ferdinan...

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. — 16 January 1908

JHHE, FOR USE IN THE SHOP. Plan of in Adjustable and Portable Electric Light Bracket. The use of nn electric light over the bench always requires some little time to adjust and find something to hang tho cord over to Ret the Rlolie In the right place A small light bracket or crane, constructed ns shown In the sketch, will make a handy device to bring the electric globe In proper posi tion qulckl) Cut a piece of wood. A. two by four Inches, four feet long, and nttach to It a horizontal piece of wood, 11, 1U Inch by two Inches, of any length de sired, braced with a piece of the same material. 0 llend a one-eighth by one Inch band Iron. I. In the shape of a V and drill n hole In the ends at 1 and insert a roller Hint Is Jus! a little longer than the wood 11 Is wide. At Hie olher end. or the bottom end of he I band Iron, fasten a hook or eye, 'ii which Is attached an adjustable cord connecting the landholder and slinde The points marked F are pul lejs over which the flexible electric wi...

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. — 16 January 1908

NATUBI AND A WOMAN'S WORK f (( lA )) 'i Wml I tYDIA. E. P1NKH7 Niituro and a woman's work com blncd Mvo produced tho grandest rr' for woman's ills that tho ,u.id has ever known. In tho cood old-fashioned days of oAr r;raiHlmothcrs they relied upon tho roots and herbs oi tho Held to euro dlscaso and mitigato suffering. Tho Indians on our 'Western Tlalns to-day can produce roots and herbs for overy ailment, nnd euro diseases that bafllo tho most skilled physicians who havo spent years hi tho study of drugs. From tho roots and herbs of tho field Lydla E. l'inkham moro than thirty years ago gave to tuo women of tho world a remedy for their po. cullar ills, moro notent and clllca. cious than any combination of drugs, Lydia K. Piiikham's Vegetablo Compound is now recognized as tho standard remedy lor woman a ins. Mrs. Bertha Muff, of C15 N.O. St, Louisiana, jho., wrie " Complete restoration to health means so much to mo that for thn sako of other suffering women I am willing to make mv tr...

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. — 16 January 1908

II . K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DCNTIST. r r p t t 74. 89. S LOCAL NEWS. 5 . VUt1t1tV Fur green tuples and lrch rrair h'TMC pi to (". H. l'RICT. Pon't Jorge! ti lir.tr Poell Hale at Kr.iiiM njirra lotwc, hn. 18th. This i l! Ivst nunil-er on the lecture C'nrc. 11 fill" lilt artrrlea rich, r-l bl-wl, msle new ft-i.li, mid he.tUhv null, worn, fii ami OiiMitu. Nothing can tale its pls''e; nn umtdv haailntte iiimli pood Holll'rrs' Kily Mountain Tea. 3V:, Tea or Tabids. I). C. llAK)r hii1 S. D. Ituattr. j Mrs i'latt. inithvr of Mr. V. A, Unite, preserted the Mflirf wafr a present of 03 viilh which to pur thave new iooks, Mr. Haker pre sented a Ufcf'jl rnjp to tije library, J et others-follow this example. For Salc- liome in VersarHes. UlclUnd. The cheapest See J. W. Mc 1 f you want something gotur, jnst try our mince meat. C. H. I'mrr. rhone SO. Mr. Harmony, whose mother died at her home at Desoto, Mo., New Year's vcr returned home last Thurs day. He was ne.nompanied Iry hts f ither. who will vst...

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. — 23 January 1908

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSQUIII FARMING; KiiNING, KKAL ESTATE, itAIMtOAI) AND (JHNKi'.AL Nfcws. The Largest Country Newspaper Published in the Imperial Slate $1.00 per "year In advance. The Lai'jieal and Best Newaftiiptf Published In Morgan Couh(y ftlo. $1.00 per year In advance. W. W. Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. NINTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, January 23. 1908. No. 2. 1'iice $1.00 per yeor iri udvmu The Republican, (Successor to Thk DrmoCRAT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. P.ntercd in the l'ost Office at Versailles, Missouri at second class mall matter. "subscription Price,, ..fl.00 a Year.' Plionn No. 153. Advertising Kates. Display Qi1verllslttr, by the year, to avenge Jour laches or more, 8!Jc. per loch each Issue. 1'rofessloaal card,, one Inch, 50 cents per monthjtwo inches, 75 cents per month, bncals five lines, or over, 5 cents per line for S.rt tiisettlon; .'fie per line for each subsequent n.ertlon, tn blsck type 10 cent, per line for 4nt Inserti...

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. — 23 January 1908

Morgan County Republican W. W KINLOCH. Publither. VERSAILLES MlfSOt lit Work mil patience propel 'he plow of prosperity Tho biarty dallylaboreF 1 happier than n djspeptlc prince 7-anesvlile (07 eggsare passing for currency Out change tor an egg? Oo)J Is still- coming" our way speaking of course, nationally an J not personally. New Vork. iTlsreportcdTrests upon a bed of garnets Still, the pickings above ground are richer. A coal tnnn'haa been tlneil for sell ing 1,910 pounds to the ton. That's a weigh they hate sometimes. A bulldog llguredasa witness In a Chicago case. Opposing counsel re frained from cro?s-cxamlnatlon. It Is unsafe to trifle or temporize with nn thing that makes a noise like a grip germ getting In Its work. Spain produces over three billion corks every ear No wonder poten tates regard Alfonso as a corker. A Detroit prisoner "has admitted stealing 3 000 fountain pens. A fitting punishment would be to make him Mil them Some Ohio authorities are using pictures in an at...

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. — 23 January 1908

Pf. (food OFFICE PERSONALITIES. Tho Blotter Retentive; absorbs n great deal. The Desk Receptive, sympathetic; likes to be leaned on. The Ink-Welt Extremely versatile; can write. a wrong or wrong a write. The SclseorB Sarcastic and ma licious; very cutting and ever willing to separate. The Paste-Pot I'erslBtcnt, persever ing; possesses the faculty of sticking to things. The Pen Enterprising, ambitious; ever waits (or an opportunity to mako Its mark. The Wasto-tlasket Intemperate, ag gressive; frequently gets full, and U fond of scraps, Tho Writlng-Paper Diminutive, quiet; can easily bo covered, and al ways remains stationery. Tho Calendar Contemporaneous, but lazy; always up to date, but fre quently takes a month off. The Kovolvlng-Chalr Retrogressive but philanthropic; goes backward, but Is always ready to do a good turn. Judge. His Guest. Mrs. Crlmsonbcak I see a ton of oil has been obtained from the tongue of a single whale. Sir. Crlmsonbcak I'll'll bet It was a gentleman whalS. I...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 23 January 1908

Life K II I tlx rrlff. little mirth, To smooth the stony paths of earth: K Utile May, little J.ir- And lo' the clock Is teillnit noon. A Hide doubt, a little hope To nuerten life and pHe It acope: A Milk dark n lllll. liBM And lo trie , l.vk a run down nt nlg-hL -William Wallaie Whltelork. In N. T. Sun. THE OLD JOCKEY By Armigcr Barclay (Cor rlfht The old looker If not so very old, thev were In my day. And why' He lm' chrome rheumatism and the accl cause it's the horses who do the raeln' dt-nt ihat nut an end to hit racing i t themselves With this American WAS ON THE LEVEL WIFEY'S LINE OF TALK NOT MEANT FOR SARCASM. carpet make him look It It Is many a da sine he tat In a two pound sad dle and felt the mtchts sinews of a rained thoroughbred under him. or knew the fierce rush and strain of a .-.aid fought rare. Hut I remember him the beau Ideal r f a medium-weight horseman, active and fearless: and whenever 1 find my s If In the vlllase where he Is ending life a rare 1 stop for a cha...

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. — 23 January 1908

j 'BYyttnJIUR HENRy, VJ53EY CHAPTER XXVII. Continued. Madamo do Vnrnler seated herself In the shadow, so that sho would not at once confront Helena aa she en tcrcd. Her Joroled fingers touched her hair lightly; tier peso suggested the languid Indifference of a woman of the world who awaits tho entranco of a cillcr. Mercy nnd tenderness and womanly ilty were denied this beauti ful animal at her birth. Or theso dl vlno qualities had been fiercely crushed by fanatic zeal. I paced to and fro in an agony of rage and pity; and this Medusa fol lowed my every movement with her cruel, mocking smilo. Tho woman whom I had 'hoped to savo from Buffering, yes, tho woman I loved, was coming to this chamber of horror. Sho was coming, radiant with hope. Happiness awaited her, sho thought tho caresses of a loved brother, repentant of his momentnry folly. And, perhaps, her heart was beating high with .gratitude to rr.o to the man who sho thought had made, this much wlshcd-for reconciliation possible. ...

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. — 23 January 1908

flf' oJoJ Miss Hope and Miss Desire By Frederica (OopiilshL) Sir John Mcllln paced Ills small li brary, his hands clasped under a rrncd smoking Jnrket which was nl most the only Article In the room thai, 'H1 tot betray excessive new ness This cosy room, the luxurious fur nishings, the fresh papers and maga tines which Justified the name ot II brnry were nil his aye, other equal ly well-appointed rooms and prospec tive dinners as Rood as the one Just eaten he who had scarcely owned anything before but his clothes and his tobacco pouch! And this pood fortune had come to him In his prime for he was not half through his third score of years, and a man Is s.lll young at SO. It had come or a blessed bolt out of a clear sky for who could have foretold that Cousin Tom, who had dug his own Bold from Callfornlan cullies In the sweat of his back, would have made John Me'lln his heir? Mr Mellln soon became Interested In his neighbors The lady In the gar den hat who occasionally came from the co...

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. — 23 January 1908

Homethlnu New Under the 8un. A lady In Illinois w-nt us lie ft jenr .is (or our lematUlile collection of vcgctnlii nil flower seeds and sold Mi.TO null thereftom, or made 314. That now Just rend this notice with 15c fiut r reive the most original seal nnd lan oafntiA mtliliftlipil nnil 1 pkg. ''Quick Quick" Carrot .10 1 pkg. Enrllrst Hiie Calilnge,... 10 1 pkg. KarlieKt Kmr-rald Cucumber.. .13 l nlrtr. Ia Cro.po Market Lettuce IS 1 pkg. liirly Dinner Onion 10 1 pkrj. Strawberry Mukniclon 15 1 pkg. Thirteen ll.ty ltiidih .10 t nnn 1rnt. olnriniieltf ltcnuttful 'flower seed M Total tl.00 Above is sufficient seed to itrow 35 hu, of rarest vefctablea and thousand oi urn liant flowers and all i mailed to you rosTIUID lou 12c, or If you send 10c, we will add a package lu.llna r.li,.t Csnliflnu or. .lfihn A. Salzcr Seed Co., 1 Croc, Wis, K. & W. AND THERE WASI Juvenllo Drummer Tlicro ought to be a great openlnc for a pushing young fellow In this country. The Peru-na Almanac In 8,000,00...

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. — 23 January 1908

il. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT 0S.NTI3T. Just sec Price's beautiful line of ptctniism dishes. 3' Dr. Wtll, (diet n stnilc v itlt l.i- ! j-jrippe, is pgain up and nroiind. k Mrs. Dr. Well, uho had 'eer.il sick prlli lliii inter, 11 re Rt.nnr.aiinr.nr.i6)iftr.r.r., i :itt-tl wiously ill. vUTii! ..T- .M- .'" Intherll, 1 : amtKiay set ins Hiiiriiln)ti our in llo 1000 anil mined the daily K. 1'. n slirr. 'It,",, LOCAL NtT.VS. uvvvav,aveirv4tivvvvr,uvv I). Republic. For green np.-lrs and dt-h vt.iii-I Alibey Purl, an old c.dond lady, berries ry M '. U. I'MCf. nliu lias lived in Versailles a greater Cut CnMrs tnadc n trip over ti ' part of her life, hai moved tn Kansas J-flcron Cnv Kml.iv t:r a tew dai 'i'-',,- "here she will make her future Visit nil!, dif.id- tlierr. Mi's Froid.i Kis'.crmachcr Irft tbt week fur her home at I'llut (irove af,er i jileamu three ucek's visit nh relatives lute. fi'K il.r niSiTiM will, rfih. nil blood, t.oh, nd health) in, n, uvm .! M.vu ttuthli!); can tale it m "Hi d...

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. — 30 January 1908

County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Ninth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, January 30, 1908. No. 3. Morgan Additional Locals. Stfluck By The Rock Island. Miss Lillian Decker, a daughter of fleorge Decker, who lives on the 1 Irorftgold (arm west of town, was Mrwck by the 4 o'clock west bound Kock Island passenger train on the Electric Light Plant crossing, Wed- nesaay evening, wnne on her way home from school, and while still olive as we go to press, was reported 'lying. P. A. May, a prominent business man of Sedalia, was in the city this week looking after his landed interests In this county. Roy Stockton, who had been up in Iowa, packing up the i). C. Hardy stock of goods for shipmeut here, re turned home Wednesday morning. urn. r artier, 01 seuaiia, was over last week on a visit to his former Smithton chums, Paul and Newton White, sons of Rev. c. N. White. We learn from the Tonapah Sua tliit the celebrated case of Na...

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. — 30 January 1908

K9 Jesus theSaviour of the World Sunday School Lesson for Feb. 2, IMS Specially Prepared for Thl Papsr I.KHHON TKXT.-Jolm 3:l2t. Memorr Verne HOC. OOI.DKN TKXT-'Tnr God no loved (ho world Hint lie kiivo lih only bonotten Hon, Hint wlirmopvi-r IHIi-vrtli In lilm nlioiJld not imtIhIi, hut liavo ovcrlMtlns life,"-John 3:H. TI.MIC.-HoiiKlImn In April, A. D. 27, ilurlnK .Tchhn' vImII nl Ji-rimnlnm for the 1'iuiKover. John u-iiH Ki til preaching In tho wlldiTricKH. llnrly In Hi" flrHt your of Jckiir' rnlnlKlry, h" Imvlni; flvo or nix follower)) Hi lli'il Mm''. I'J.ACi:.- Boni" rdntii In Jerimalem nt a Iioiiko where JcmiH wii.h a Client, IlcfiChed by nn outer Htiilrwny Comment and Sjgge6tlve Thought. What In Hit! Kltwloin of Heaven? It Ik that condition or stato where Ood rclgnx as hint;, whero lie Is the mipreme object of love and Bervlco, v.hw IiIh "III In tin' law, and men ob'-y It as natiiralb ;m they breathe, nnn where all bin subjects are formed In his holy Iiiimk" and Inspired with ...

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. — 30 January 1908

MIIHIHIIII.lt Mill I MM f NEWS FROM MISSOURI 1 HIIIHIHHmiUHIWj Historic Courthouse to Qo. Unrry county finds Itself In a pecu liar predicament relative to Its court houne. After having been condemned by several grand jurloH hr being un gii fo nnd aloo by tlic circuit judge, a lirojioHltlon to build n new Htructure &JB defeated nt n Hpeelnl election ro ccntly held. Since that time the coun ty court hnn had Senator II. II. Hon oiihchlld, tin architect, to examine the ciiIldltiK and he pronounced the struc ture not only dangcrou but uuhmiiI tury and condemned Its further use. The building Is one of historic Inter est nnd hiiB been used us a courtlioimo and Jail for GO years, (lov. Claiborne JuckHon ulgned the secession acta !n the building In 18G1 and ono of his rump legislatures wuh held thero. Has Gift of "Gab." nuckliu Ib the home of a man who claims to be the fastest talker on record not even the ladies barred. Ills name la .1. O. Carter, and ho Is an auctioneer. Recently in a ...

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. — 30 January 1908

The Republican, (Successor to'l'HK Dkmockat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in tile l'twt Office ot Versailles, Missouri ax neconil daw mail matter Subscription l'rice n Vear Phon No. 103. Advertising Rates. Di.play advrrtWn. ' tlie ear. to ateri;e four luclietor mure, S'.e. wt inch each Imih- ProfeMlonil card, one Inch, cenu per month: two Indies,? u pet toonth. I,ieaUfi.e h'nes. or over, s cents per line for rat InMttKMi: 2.4c. per line f..r each u1wuent uteitlon. In Mack type W cents per line for frit latertioii, S cenln per Hue for each ul' uent Insertion HI advertUInK at IrRSl rstes. ftpecitl rsle on pnt'r 4vrrtlseents. The Christian county Republican has again changed hands, J. (i. Up ton, of Bolivar, being the new man at the helm. It was established by the present editor of the Morgan County Republican in May 1888, and the many years we spent in hard work on it keeps us interested in it, and we certainly wish the new proof iv-lor suc cess. Albert Frank Co. says "If adver...

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. — 30 January 1908

3 m 3 m m ....,.,., H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. J OMrtJI'hont Rildnrc 'Phone 89. Old papers for sale at this office. The best New Year's resolution is to have all your business letters legi bly typewritten. For Rent. A neat 3-room cot tage. Apply to W. A. KutweH, at Kidwcll's Undertaking m LOCAL NEWS. Regular February term of County court begins next Monday. For green apples and fresh cran berries go to C. H. PkIck. It fills Uie arteries with rich, red blood, makes new flesh, and healthy men, koiii en and children. Nothing cnn take its place; no remedy has ilouc so much good as Hollistcrx'd Rocky Mountain Ten. .15c, Tin or Tablets. I). C. Hakiiy mid C. 1). Hunter For Sale. The cheapest home in Versailles. See J. W. Mc Clcllanci. If you want something good, just try our mince meat. C. H. Price. Phone 80. The Library is receiving this week ii number of the latest books. Do nations have been made by many and the library is growing rapidly. Hooks can be had at 5c per week. Call on Tu...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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