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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 May 1905

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL. MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. SIXTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, May 12, 1905. No. 19. o CJ 0) 0) o V. W CJ CJ o c! G) CJ CJ CJ o o CJ CJ o CJ CJ CJ GJ BE FAIR To your teeth aud you shall be doubly fair. Neg lect your teeth aud your claims to beauty will count for naught. Sweet breath and white teeth are her alds of refinement everywhere. But don't be unfair to your teeth while trying to be fair. Don't use a dentifrice that will harm while it whitens. Boles' Antiseptic Tooth Powder Does all that any dentifrice can, and it could not harm in a hundred years. Its antiseptic quality is its distinctive feature. It prevents decay, it kills the germ that destroys the enamel, it removes tartar and sweetens the breath. Price 15 and 25c. Prepared by AT Boles9 Drug' Store, Versailles, Mo. S, LOCAL NEWS. Kavanaugh's livery barn. Phone 40 Only six hours to St. Louis via Mo. Pacific. The Missouri Pacific will take you ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 May 1905

Sfte DEMOCRAT 1'iilillilicil livery I'rlilnr MnrnliiR. Tl I.I.MAS tc Dl'l'l'i l'mprli'tiii". VERSAILLES, : t MISSOURI. 'I'lio new iiarllanient building In (Stockholm, which was begun ten years ago, Is now completed. It lies on a email Ixlnml. The king of Ilnly lias ordered the Is hue of new postal stamps for the king dom. The now stamps will show vlewi of the principal Italian cities. A law lias been passed In Franco moving the day following Christmas day, New Year's day nnd other legal fetes a bank holiday when tho holiday falls on Sunday. Gorman soldiers arc to have a now tunic, cat like a blouse, with a low ntand up collar. Visibility of bright, buttnilu-on the tunics Is to be tested nt variant) distances Death sentences are never carried out in Belgium, because King Leo pold promised Ins mother as alio was dying tint he would never sign his name to r de-ilh warrant. Champion SUna-lit Tip, the Irish terrier which won tho king's cup at King's Lynn, 72ng., last year, has been Bold ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 May 1905

Winning' a Bet By DOROTHY TOWN8HEND " I SUPPOSK that's a fresh victim, I Miss Dotty," drawled a stout man from the depths of a garden arm chair. Miss Betty was a slender young per son In green muslin who stood near the arm-chair with a racket in her hand and turned as the speaker waved his cigar toward the tennis lawn be low. "I dare say," she answered, com posedly, stooping to tie her shoe. "Hot you he Isn't," returned the stout man quickly and n couple of by standers joined in his laugh. A dellcnto Hush rose In the girl's cheeks, but she answered coolly: "Why do you suppose lie is oxcop tlonal?" "Oil, he's a man of the world, he Is!" answered the stout man, jovially. "And he's a swell not like us poor city Johnnies had lots of experience," he added, with a laugh. "Come, now, you look bo Jolly confident, what 11 you bet on It? You must bet or I'll believe you're climbing down." "I don't care if I do," she returned, -with a look of ravage veiled contempt at the laughing group of men...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 May 1905

MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT. VUltl.lSIIKI) KVKltY Fill DAY MOKNINtl. TILLMAN (Q. DUFF, Editor and Proprltton Woods Mock, Second Floor 'Phone No. ir.S. Subscription ) year, In nrlranco SI 'W ' 0 uioa " " B0 Kntered In Pol OlTlco nt Vcrhftlllc, Minsourl, us second olaiw until mutter. TEN PAGES. Commencements are beginning. They will commence o end about a ii'otitli hence. An Undertakers' Convention is being held in Kansas Citv thi week and grave topics are being discussed. Although a financial flood lias caused lligelow of Wiscon ,in to be out of his banks, the June rise is nearly a month iway. The rich Philadelphia widow's son who recently ran t'wav from home because he wanted to work, was arrested p St. Louis on the charge of crazyness. The California woman who is suing for divorce on the ground that her husband wants to eat her, demonstrates -.oticlusbcly tliat he doesn't look as good to her as she lues to him. Rat-killing parties arc now interesting Pettis county peo ple. The rats have...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 May 1905

JOHN P. GIBBS. A. B. KNIPMEYER. GIBBS & KNIPMEYER, "THE LAND LAWYERS." Wo hiivo tho only Cotnplote Sot of ABSTRACTS OP LAND TITLES In Morgan County, and challenge investigation. Special attention givon to correcting and per fecting Titles. Office in Woods Building, Versailles, Mo. The Morgan County Marble and Granite Works, H. C. IGLEHART, Manager. (Successors to Clark Marble Co.) We have purchased the stock of this company and will put in a complete line of Marble and Granite. Patronage solicited in Versailles and vicinity. Consign Your Live Stock To CLAY, ROBINSON & GO. STOCK YARDS, KANSAS CITY, MO. Wo also have our own houses at CHICAGO SOUTH OMAHA SIOUX CITY SOUTH ST. J03EPH DENVER Re?i our market letter In this paper. Write ua lor any special Information desired. $30.00 OR LESS For a through ticket to California or the Puget Sound via the Rock Island System. Rates are cheaper than ever. On sale , daily to May 15th. Through tourist sleepers daily via El Paso, or through ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 May 1905

tolas It should be borne in mind that every cold weakens the lungs, low ers the vitality and prepares the system for the more serious dis eases, among which are the two greatest destroyers of human life, pneumonia and consumption. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won its great popularity by its prompt cures of this most common ailment. It aids expectoration, re lieves the lungs and opens the secretions, effecting a speedy and permanent cure. It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia. One-Way Rates. Hvery day from April 1st to May 15th, 1005, the I'nion Pacific will sell One-way Colonist tickets at the following ratus, from Missouri Hiver terminals, Council Muff to Knnsas City, inclusive: $20.00 to OKilen and Salt Lake City. j'JO.OO to ISutte, Anaconda and Helena. $22.50 to Spokane and Wenatchce, Wash. $2.1.00 to Kveretl, I'airhaven, What com, Vancouver and Victoria, via Hunt inton and Spokane. $25.00 to Portland and Astoria; or to Tacoma and Seattle, via Huntington and Portland or ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 May 1905

1 3 ' Why Suffer WHEN YOU CAN GET RELIEF? UP-TO-DATE Equipment. Crown and Bridge WorK a Specialty E. P. YARNELL, &e DENTIST. Office on Second Floor, Woods Block, VERSA ILES. MO. Office Phone 72. Residence Phone 185. The First Natianal Bank OF VERSAILLES CAPITAL FULLY PAID, $30,000 SHAREHOLDERS' LIABILITY, $30,000 OFFICERS W. W, MOORE. President GEOHGt W. PETTY Vice President Dl RECTORS R. W. Cuims A'l.F. UlilNKStAX W. W. MooitB John Muork CI. W. I'KTTV J. W. Mim.s K. A. Ciucwhom The Fh-nt National Bank Invltea the account, of banks, firms and Individuals, promising the utmost liberality of treatment consistent with modern, conservative banking methods. Protected by Time-Lock Safe. Injured against Burglary ami Robbery. ft WHJ.TAMS RFtCKV.. ft I 1VFPY FEED and SALE STABLES, Fine Rigs for City Driving. Carriages or Single Turnouts Furnished on Snort Notice. 9 Also Dealers in High Class Horses. I New Barn located on Fisher Street, f 'Phone 173. VERSAILLES, MO. Kansas City Southern R...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 May 1905

With the Other Implements. Gladys Yes. Melt is golnt; to marr; the one with tho auburn hair. HoHcyf he's got the pick of the family. Esmerelda Well, when ho bccomei better acquainted with her disposition he'll find he's pot the hammer and tongs of the family, likewise Chicago .Tribune. MQR ADACHE QE1TEBAL WEAKNESS AND IEVEB DISAPPEAR TOO. How n ATnmnn Wni freed from Troubles That Had Mmln Life Wretched for Many Yi-ors. Tho linmedliito muses of headaches Vary, but most of thom'como from poof or poisoned blood. In mircmin, tho blood is scanty or thin ; tho nerves nro imper fectly nourished and pain is tho way iu whieh they express their weakness. In colds tho blood absorbs poison from tho mucous Mirfuccs, and tho poison irritates tho nerves and produces pain. In rheu matism, malaria and tho grip, tho poison in tho blood produces liko discomfort. In indigestion tho cases from tho impure mutter knot ill tho system afflict tbn ! blood iu tho Kamo way. Tho ordinary headachc-enres tit best...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 May 1905

SI J Investigation of the Packers. Very funeral interest haa been manifested in tho government Investi gation non in progress into the modi cf conducting business by the large packers located in Chicago and else where. Much has been written upon the alleged illegal and improper model Of business procedure connected with the packing Industry; but it seems that bo far no definite charge of any kind ha3 been sustained and no prooi of illegal or inequitable methods has been disclosed to the public. While a wave of severe criticism of this great Industrial Interest is now passing over tho country, it might bo well to re member that the packers have had as yet no opportunity to mako specific de nial, the many indefinite charges oi wrong-doing having never been formu lated so that a categorical answer could be made. The recent report of Commissioner Garfield, which embodied the results of an official investigation undertaken by tho department of commerce and labor of the United States, was...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 12 May 1905

GREAT SALE! 7e FAIR Store begins their Sale of great CLOTHING. $10 to $15 Suits go for $5 to $7. 300 Suits to go at these big discounts. 1000 pairs of SHOES to be rushed off. 25 to 50 per cent off on Hats and Un derclothing. This will be one of the lar gest Sales ever held in Ver sailles. Don't miss it. T5he FAIR. J. A. PETTY & CO. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Its only one night via Missouri Taeific to Colorado, two nights via other lines. Our line of Wash Fabrics forWaist ings and Dresses is now complete, consisting of the best Values ever of fered. Call and inspect them at C.M. W. lilKKSACIl'S. .Chailes lirownficld. who attended the State Camp of the M. W. A. at Marshall last week, says that the ses sion voted that the next State Camp meeting would be held at Carthage, that being the city selected by a mijority vote, and the meeting will be held in May, 1907. The Moreau Hronchos will again ross bats with the Versailles Colts at their park in this city Sunday after noon, and lovers of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 May 1905

"wo-- Morgan County Democrat CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. 1 I- t Sixth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, May 19, 1905. No. 20. my s 4 TOG(JQQQGfiGG.Q.GSGGGGGSSSGGGGaGGGiGGSGSSSGGGGGGGSSGSGGS(t o o o co o o o o o c; o o o y o o 1) Growing' Up Through the Hair. Raid men or those who are warned by an increasing shiny spot that they are growing up through their hair, should remember that Boles9 Grape Vine Hair Tonic Will do everything for them that any hair restorer can. We do not claim impossibilities, but we do claim that if a spark of life remains in the roots, it will be quickened and stimulated. It stops falling out, helps growing in, cures dandruff, nice dressing, purely vegetable. Prepared by AT Boles' Drug' Store, Versailles, Mo. LOCAL NEWS. j Kavanaugh's livery ham. Phone 40, Only six hours to St. Ijuis via Mo. Pacific. Walt Hamlin the laundry agent vis ited Eldon Wednesday. All Millinery reduced at the cast side store. Mrs. J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 May 1905

Sfte DEMOCRAT PublUhed Kvrry Friday Mornlnr Tll.f.MAN 1)111 T. Proprleto-n. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI. Th George Penbody fund for tho ertctlon of model dwelling plpiies for the poor In London now amount to 17,293,000. For each child born to tho families of the municipal clerks In Kansas City tho civic authorities promise to add $5 a month to tho father's salary. A German statistician calculate that the average man, when ho has reached the ngo of 70, has eaten food that would cost $10,000 In tho markets. Now fruit cannery is about to b established In Santa Clara, Cal., which will put up .'!,000,000 cans a year. This season Is cxpocta to put up 2,000,000. At a recent auction In London an old violin was sold at a price of $t,.00. A Stradlvailus brought $2,800, whilo a violin of Illeronyiuiis Amati was Bold at $37r. An official map of Paris on a largo cale has just been finished. It Is 25 yards Ions and nearly 20 yards wide. Every building In Paris altogether 88.D00 is recognizable. In spite...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 May 1905

SUITS FOR EVERYBODY? Tailored and Fitted by ScKolle, The Tailor. Spring Suits fitted and Turned Out Promptly, at 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 Dollars. Don't Wear Hand-Me-Downs When you can get Tailored Suits, Guaranteed to Fit, at the Same Prices. Have your old Clothing Cleaned, Pressed and made to look like new ones, by Scholle, The Tailor. Call and see my line of Samples. Over the Post-Office. Colds! It should be borne in mind that every cold weakens the lungs, low ers the vitality nnd prepares the system for the more serious dis eases, among which arc the two greatest destroyers of human life, pneumonia and consumption. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won its great popularity by its prompt cures of this most common ailment. It aids expectoration, re lieves the lungs and opens the secretions, effecting a speedy and permanent cure. It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia. D3 Or- T .r C 2 iicc iaru oun One-Way Kates. Kvery day from April 1st to May 15th, lWo, the I'niou Pacific will se...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 May 1905

1 JOHN P. GIBBS. A. D. KNIPMEYER. GIBBS & KNIPMEYER, "THE LAND LAWYERS." Wo have the only Complete Sot of ABSTRACTS OF LAND TITLES In Morgan County, and uhiiHcngo investigation. Special attention givon to correcting and per fecting Titles. Office in Woods Building, Versailles, Mo. I I I I i The Morgan County Marble and Granite Works, H. C. IGLEHART, Manager. (Successors to Clark Marble Co.) Wc have purchased the stock of this company and will put in a complete line of Marble and Granite. Patronage solicited in Versailles and vicinity. Ed. Major, of Paris, doesn't care if the war in the Far East never ends. He has ninety head of two-year-old mules. At an Easter egg party near Nash ville recently a young man named Adams ate nineteen hard boiled eggs and won a prize. He has been alraid to look a hen in the face since, though. While a billious attack is decidedly un pleasant it is quickly over when Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are used, For sal by Muntzel Drug Co. ing th...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 May 1905

11 EAHJC.Y ADVENTURES OF HON. GEORGE C. PERKINS, GOLDEN GATE STATESMAN. Jlelates First Successes Pivotal De cisions Which Launched Him on the Floodtide of Fortune. By George C. Perkins. (United States Senator from California.) NO ONE, and least of nil a sailor man, can look back over his life bud fall to realize the truth of Shakes peare's wise and famous words: "There Is a tide In the affairs of men "Which, taken ut the Hood, leads on to for tune; , Omitted, all the vojawe of their life lb bound In shallow s and In mlserks," in glancing back over the log of my own voyage of life 1 bee in my mind's eye again many a .threatening tempest and recall mure than one treacherous current that seemed to bear me toward the rocks, and I remember fair gales and stnlllug seas that stretched like a royal road to my haven. Many a lucky and timely turn of the wheel shifted bulfctlng winds Into hearty helpmates. Tides ebbed and flowed, bearing good and 111 seeming good that was In reali ty III, and ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 May 1905

MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUIJLISUED EVEttY FRIDAY MORNINO. Governor Folk now has a town, a brand of cigars, sev eral hundred babies, horses, and other things named after him, and what will develop by the time his term has ex pired will be hard to predict. WEDNESDAY FRIDAY TILLMAN (Q- DUFF, Editor and proprietors The congregation of a Christian church at Ramsey, 111., has employed a young' lady minister. This is a new de parture, and it is evident that here is one woman who is neither afraid of water or mice. Woods Block, Second Floor 'Phone No. ISS. Subucriptlon 1 yoar, in ndvance 0 mos Entered in Post Offloe fit Versailles, Missouri, as second clanH mull iimtter. TEN PAGES. France seems to be hunting trouble, and she may find tre long that trouble never comes singly. Vice President Fairbanks has been presented with a iwOO inkstand, and yet he persists in using a $2 fountain pen.. A fine vein of lithographic stone has been discovered in Harry county. What can't be found under the sur...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 May 1905

WE LEAD THEM ALL! WHEN IT COMES TO QUALITY AND STYLE. The most Fashionable Fabrics in all classes of Wash Goods always on hand. See our Silk and Wool Novelties for Shirt Waists and Shirt Waist Suits our price 50c. See our Grecian Voile at 15c, 25c and 35c. See our Linen Novelties and Suitings, such as all-wool Voile and Panama. See our Skirtings in Rain and Waterproof Fabrics. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Our stock of Mens' and Chil dren's Clothing is complete. We can fit the large as well as the small. Knee Pants. See our stock of children's KNEE PANTS in wool and linen. A Full Line of Carpets and Mattings ON HAND. LIVE STOCK MARKETS AT KANSAS CITY. THE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY CLAY, ROBINSON COMPANY, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS. OFFIOE8 AT OHIO AO O. KAN8A8 OITY, OMAHA, SIOUX OITY. ST. JOSEPH AND DENVER. Kansas City, May JO, 1105. Receipts of cattle for the first two days this week were M,20o; last week, 6i,7o0; last year, 11,800. file supply of beef steers was liberal Monday and the ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 May 1905

TN ENGLAND'S BISTORT. Bethel Primitive Chapel In Burnley, England, has issued a souvenir hand book which contains copies of all 1U records. A minute passed In 1834 read: "That wo do not allow young men and women of our society to court with inch other on Sunday; neither do we Allow our single men and women to walk arm In arm in tho streets to gether at any time, nor do we allow them to stand In tho streets together chattlus." Another resolution forbade girl choristers wearing bows on their bonnets. According to one of tho old English chronicles, royatty In 1234 had nothing for a bed but a sack of straw, liven in tho days of Queen Elizabeth at least half of tho population of London slept on boards. Blocks fof wood served as pillows. The sleeping chamber of tho queen was dally strewn with fresh rushes. Carpets were unknown. Henry VI. immediately on arising loaded off a cup of wlue. Tea, coffee and chocolate wero, of course, unheard of at that time. Sugar was to be hail only in drug st...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 May 1905

PMNFULPTICA tVEET BUFTEEEB W AST8 THE VEBT QUICKEST PURE. Mr. Donornn Think the Remedy Card by Ulm with Such Itrmarknble Succraa tlio lleat Cured by Five Itoxes. "Men who havo to do difficult nnd dnngerons work on'clcctrio linos at txuy hour of tiny or uight, can't afford to lmva anything tho matter with their health," z said Mr. Donovan. You cau iinnR.no, therefore, now nmcu J. was manned one winter's day in 1002, when T was seized by a pain just behind iny right hip thai mado it difficult for mo to walk homo. It was so bad by tho time I reached tin J bonso that I was obliged to go straight to bod." 'Did that relievo yon?" " No, tho pain grew moro severo and kept extending downward nlong my leg. I scut for a physician, and ho soon de cided that I had Bciatica. In n few dayi tho wholo nerve was affected, and tha least movement brought on terribla agony." "Did your condition improvo under tho doctor's treatment?" "Quito tho contrary. At tho end ot two mouths I wasn't a bit better, an...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 19 May 1905

"fa lH. GREAT SALE! &he FAIR Store begins their great Sale of CLOTHING. $10 to $15 Suits go for $5 to $7. 300 Suits to go at these big discounts. 1000 pairs of SHOES to be rushed off. 25 to 50 per cent off on Hats and Un derclothing. This will be one of the lar gest Sales ever held in Ver sailles. Don't miss it. 75he FAIR, J. A. PETTY & CO. aged Mrs. LuclnJ.i Rlclinrdson Dead. Mrs. l.ucinila Richardson, HO years, died last Friday at her home two miles northwest of (ilensted on Richland, after a brief illness, her disease being stomach trouble. She was the wife of Constentine Richardson and was the mother of eight chilbrcn, and had lived in this country since she was sixteen years of age. She was a member of the llabtist church and held her religious faith and family ties as her most sacred Christian prin ciples. The funeral was conducted Sunday, Rev. J. 15. Stone preaching a brief funeral discourse at the home after which the remains were follow ed to Akinville and laid to r...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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