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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 June 1905

i-r-r. '.J''()' Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. SIXTH YEAR. ' Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, June 23, 1905. tto. 25. iff,' ' t' " ff-fy? ft$ -Ms Will Dollars' For Dimes of Cost Ozark Poultry Food Feeds Ozark Condition Powder Conditions Ozark Chicken Cholera Cure Cures. v. a) o AT Boles' Drug' Store, Versailles, Mo. m m m LOCAL NEWS. Kavanaugh's livery barn. Phone 49. Tomorrow is the. day of the big basket picnic at Harnett. Cool off by drinking a Phosphate at Soda Fountain of J. B. Lumpee. P. H. Padgett and wife departed last Saturday for a week's visit with friends and relatives in Kansas City. Mrs. O. A. Williams spent Satur day and Sunday in liunceton, the guest' of her son,Dr Virtcil Wil'tams. City Marshal Ducey in his capacity of street commissioner has a force of men grading the streets in Wcstlawn. Mrs. K. C. Padgett departed last Friday for Sedalia where she is en joying a week's visit with friends and relat...

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. — 23 June 1905

V Sfte DEMOCRAT Published Every Friday Murnlnir. TILLMAN II1FF. t'roprle tor. VERSAILLES. t t MISSOURI. Nearly one-half of tho soldiers in tha Russian army nro unable to rend and write. In the German army the per centage is only 0.07. Toliccmnn Freeman, at Washing ton, D. C., is a protege of Senator KltU rege. He is 22 years old, stands six feet seven inches in his stocking feet, and wolghs 300 pounds. The czar holds somo $0,000,000 worth of Mock in the Pennsylvania railroad, the New Jersey Central, tha New York Central and tho Canadian Northern Pacific, which yields fciia handsome returns. A largo lump pf butter has been found burled in an Irish hog. No on knows how o'd it is. It is thought that it is at least one hundred years old, possibly ten centuries. The but ler is said to be in excellent condition. The duke of Sutherland Is one of the greatest land owncr in the world. He owns about 1,230,000 acres in, Scot, land, and many thousand acres in England. His landed property Is ex ...

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. — 23 June 1905

to uts IMA V mm: She Bad Boy Writes from Naples Sad Sees Vesuvius and Calltt the Servants to Put Out the File Thty Have Trouble with "Dago" in Pompeii. By HON. GEORGE W. PECK. (Ex-Governor of Wisconsin, Former Pub lisher of Peck's Sun, Author of "Peck's I3ad Boy," Etc.) (Copyright, 1003, liy Joseph B. Bowtci.) Naple3, Italy. Dear Old Partner in Crime: Well, sir, we have struck a place that reminds us ot home, and your old grocery store. The day we got here dad and I took a walk into the poorer districts, where they throw ail the Blops and refuse in the streets, . and where nobody ever seems to clean up anything and burn It. The odor was something that you cannot de scribe without a demonstration, and after wo had turned pale and started to go away, dad said the smell remind ed him of something at home and finally he remembered your old grocery In the sauerkraut season, early in the DaD pointed out of the window toward vesuvius. morning, before you had aired out the place. Your nar3 ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 June 1905

i as MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAY MORNINO. Castleville has a preacher, who is one of the best base ball players in the town. He does not "cuss" the umpire but has. been known to call him a "consarned idiot." Why Suffer WHEN YOU CAN GET RELIEF? TILLMAN (El DUFF. KaUtora ind Proprietors Little- Virgie Shechan of Monett has an eye to business. Instead of setting up a candy shop she has opened a doll millinery shop and posted a sign reading: "Dolls hats for sale at the woodshed." 1 Woods Block, Second Floor 'Phon No. 133. Subscription I year, In'advance 31 00 " 0 mos " " BOc UP-TO-DATE Equipment. FIRST-CLASS Dentistry. Entered, hi Post Oflicc at Versailles, Missouri, as hucond clnss mail matter. A man in Colorado has invented a seedless apple, another man in Montana has come forward with a vincless potato, but an Illinois man has capped them both by producing hairless butter. TEN PAGES. When a mnn does the best he can tho result will take garc of itself. This same rule...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 June 1905

1 V'V'S?'' SUITS FOR EVERYBODY? Tailored and Fitted by Scholle, The Tailor. Spring Suits fitted and Turned Out Promptly, at 11,12, 13, 14 and 15 Dollars. Don't Wear Hand-Me-Dotwns When you can. get Tailored Suits, Guaranteed to Fit, J 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. UNDERTAKING And Funeral Supplies provided and careful attention given at funerals. Free Hearse Always furnished where we have charge, and safe attendants employ ed at all times. Embalming In charge of an expert in that line. D. KIDWELL. A. W. KIDWELL, Manager, VERSAILLES, MO. tolas It should be borne in mind that every cold weakens tlfe luugs, low ers the vitality and prepares the system for the more serious dis eases, anion; 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 t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 June 1905

0 JOHN P. GIBBS. A. H. KNIPMEYBR. GIBBS & KNIPMEYER, "THE LAND LAWYERS." We have the only Complete Set of ABSTRACTS OP LAND TITLES In Morgan County, and challenge investigation. Special attention given to correcting and per fecting Titles. Office in Woods Building, Versailles, Mo. I I i i ax The Morg'an 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. A Living Monument. If we were to assemble all those who have been cured of heart disease by Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, and who would to-day be in their graves had not Dr. Miles' been successful in perfecting this wonderful heart specific, they would pop ulate a large city. What a remarkable record a breathing, thinking, moving monument, composed of human lives, that for which every other earthly possession is sac rificed. The Miles Medical Co. re cei...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 June 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 ShirtWaist 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. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. In the Morgan County Circuit Court,, Augutt Term, A. 1). 1903. STATU OH MISSOURI, I COfMTV OF MOROAS, ( tollman Mover, I'laintilT, versus. Perry Huff, Mahala Ullclley, Jame Moore, GeorKe llariett, I'erry Moore, the unknown heirs of M.ny l'cait (nee Mary Hull) dccoked, mid the niiktmwii heirs o( Jennlm I'erfcuson (nee Jcrusha Hull deceased, defendant. At th...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 June 1905

lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Oompound ! a positive euro for all those painful ailments of women. It will entirely curu the worst forms of Female Com plaints, all Ovarian troubles, Inllnm jnalion and Ulceration. Falling anil 'Displacements of tlie Womb and con sequent Spinal Weakness, and U pcett iurly adapted to tlie Cliauge of Xife. livery timo it will cure Baokaohe It lias cured more ca"scf of Lettcor rlica tlian uny otlicrremedy the world lias ever lenown. It Is almost infallible in such cases. It dissolves and expels Tumors from the Uterus la an early fclagc of development. That Bearing-down Feeling, causing pain, weight and headache, is Instantly rcliovcd and perinunentlj cured by IU use. Under all circum stances it acts in harmony with tho female 'iystem. It corrects Irregularity, Suppressed or I'ainful Menstniation, Weakness of tlio Stomach, Indigestion, llloatiug, Flooding. Nervous 1'rostra tion, Headache, General Debility. Also Dizziness, Falntness, Extreme Lassitude, "don'...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 June 1905

Canadian Marble. The princess of Wales, while In Can-1 afla, was presented with some specimen of native marble, one of a beautiful blue attracting her especial attention. The princets wag so much pleased with the specimens that systematic search wai instituted in Hastings county, Ontario. A result of considerable moment 1b the find of pure white statuary marble. Japanese Lacquer. A piece of genuine Japanese lacquer takes the artist almost a lifetime to per fect, and is produced by hundreds oi thin coats of lacquer laid on at consider able intervals of time, the value depend ing rather on the labor he bestowed than on the quality of the material used. First-class lacquer work can scarcely bt scratched by a needle. Cattle of the Hereros. The native cattle of the Hereros, in Southwest Africa, are tall, lean, long horned and of little value for beef 01 milk, but they are excellent for rldlni and drawing loads, and, like camels, car travel for days without water and witr, little food. Th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 23 June 1905

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. Uhe FAIR. J. A. PETTY & CO. Sensational Elopement. Monday' Globe Democrat contained ihc following details of the elopement of two of liniiceton's prominent people who nre well known in this county: Dr. J. 1". Thatcher, for eight years a prominent physician of Iltinceton, is said to have eloped witli Mrs. J. M. Freeman, wife of one of Cooper county's best known farmers, residing two miles from that place. Dr. Thatcher and Mrs. Free man met in the post office nt llnnceton last Monday, where it is presumed they made all arrangements for their flight from home. Recently Dr. Thatcher concluded to leave Hunceton, and, after a trip through Kansas, returned to his liomc, and placed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 June 1905

County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Sixth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday MoraiAg, June 30, 1905. No. 26. Morgan o o o 0) O O 2) G) o o o G) o o 0 0 Extracts Vanilla and Lemon For the Fourth of July or any other day. The Best Made Don't Forget It AT Boles' Drug' Store Versailles, Mo. I LOCAL NEWS. Kavanaiigh's livery barn. Phone 40. Cool off by drinking a Phosphate at Soda Fountain of J. B. Lumpee. Dr. Joel D. Hubbard made a business trip to St. Louis the first of the week. Rev. Johnson, the Rock Island freight conductor was in the city one day last weclc. , Phone 173 for buss to all trains. Williams Bros, 'buss line meets the trains at both depots. ' """" Dr H. K. Enloe, wife and father attended the Enloe-McPlierson nup tials at Fortuna Tuesday morning. E. P. Cook, manager of the Ver sailles Telephone System, spent several days this week in St. Louis on business. To get the best value for your money in Lumber, kith, Shingles and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 June 1905

XShQ DEMOCRAT Pabllshed Brrrr Friday Moraine. TILLMAN DUFF. Proprietor. ' VERSAILLES. MISSOURI The value of the exports of lard from the United States to Germany has increased from $8,488,663 in 1891 to 114,921,540 in 1004. People of Plko county, Pa., hare thus far killed a larger number of rattlesnakes than ever before at thli season of the year. The rattles of the reptiles are eagerly sought, as keep sakes, by summer boarders. Speaking of President Rdosc volt's peace endeavors, a distinguished Frenchman says that "all that the Eu ropean governments have morally lost through their timidity the government Of the United States has gained." From Information furnished by bankers, Importers and leading com mercial houses in Mexico, the recent adoption of the gold standard by the Mexican government has served to stimulate the Inauguration of nc.v business enterprises, as well as to strengthen bonfldcnw and credits. A buffalo bull recently slaughtered n Iowa brought Its owner nearly $1,00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 June 1905

sr Johnny Haulston s Fourth By KIHKRVA B. BONO f WISH I had "been big enough to go to the war," said Johnny Haulston, with a sigh. Then, drawing himself up proudly, he added: "But Brother Charley went, you know, and since he got home he's taught me lots about sol dlcrlng. I'll be ready for the next war, anyhow, Come on, boys. let's drill!" A aeries of "military" evolu tions followed, for Johnny delighted lu drilling his comrades, and he did Terr well, for his brother had taken no little nalns in Instructing him. As the command to "fall In" was given cavh boy slipped quickly into line, and waited. "Present 'rms! Order 'rms! S'curo rms!" rang out on tho morning air, Charley Haulston had been watch Ins his small brother's performances from a window. "Mother,' ho said, "Just watch that boy! How I wish I might place a gun in his bauds. Instead ot that old broom handle! Don't you think ho is old enough now, to use c -.e?" "Perhaps," said tho mother, a little doubtfully. "Ho is ery careful...

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. — 30 June 1905

MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. TILLMAN ClI DUFF, Editors aa4 Prorltor Wood Block, Second Floor 'Phone No. 135. Subscription 1 year, in advance. " C mos " " . .21 00 . 50c Entered in Post Office at Versailles, MIksouH, an second class mall matter. TEN PAGES. Kansas is calling for harvest hands that don't wear gloves. The lioonvillc Democrat claims that the weather was o hot in that city last Sunday that the lid melted off. Attorney General Harley decides that school districts do not have to use tho books prescribed by the county boards. The state binding twine plant made 12,000 pounds this year and sold it all. Next year a million pounds will be made. The men who run the railroads arc now claiming the attention of the Feberal Courts. The Santa Fe officials .ire the first to be called into court. Missouri' new game law prohibits the keeping of mock ing birds or red birds in captivity. If it is obeyed hun dreds of those birds will be set free. Miss Effie Wright...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 June 1905

WE LEAD THEM ALL! WHEN IT COMES TO QUALITY AND STYLE. The most Fashionable Fabrics in all classes of Wash Gpods 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 arid Waterproof Fabrics. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Our Mock 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. hc Invincible Country Boy. Salt Lake Telegram : A glance at a list of the great men of the big cities of the United States vill prove be yond a doubt that the country bred boy is far superior to his city-born cousin in point of business and pro fessional ability and general capacity. Many reasons arc advanced for the sujecess of the country boy in the large cities, but the one ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 June 1905

THE MEN WHO WILL DISCUSS PEACE Karnes of Four Peace Plenipoten tiaries Tentatively Announced. '.TIS ANOTHER STEP FORWARD 31. .N'rlliioB" mill Itnrun Hoirn for Iluaalri and Huron Koniurit and Mlnlatrr ICiirKorn Taknlilra for .Imtuncsr. Washington, Juno 2". IIubsI has given renssurancws of Its Intentions In the peace negotiations by placing the president In possession of the tentative selection of her plenipotentiaries, ai follows: M. NelldofT, the Russian am bassador at Paris, and Karon Rosen, iho newly-appointed Russian amuassa dor at Washington. Russia thus hav ing taken the initiative, it is believed that Mr. Taltahlra, the Japanese min ister, during his call at the White House, Monday, informally told the president that japan's selections, also tentative, were: Uaron Komura, the Japanese minister for foreign affairs, and Kngoro Takaltlra, the Japanc&e minister at Washington. Official announcement of the iiatnci of the plenipotentiaries Is withheld foi several 'reasons, M. Xcl...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 June 1905

Blusfalrd Xsst ia Xtil Box. A bluebird which took poisessioi ol mail box on the South road in Woodstock laat year and successfully raised two broods of little one: promptly returned this spring, rebuilt her home, deposited five eggs therein and is now waiting patiently for the appearance of her little family. Tht owners of the box have abdicat ed in her favor, putting up another boi for their own accommodation. Toast to the Auto. In Evauston, 111., the qthcr evening (he parents of a bright little girl bad some of their friends in to dinner and a number of toasts were given. After the older ones had finished, the young lady stood up, held her glass of water high water is always used for toasting purposes in Kvanston and said: "Here's to tho auto. May we hear itt toot iu time to scoot." Built Nest on a Drawbar. Wabash car inspectors of Peru, Ind. found a robin's nest containing foui eggs on a draw-bar of a passengci cotch of a fast train the other day. The nest was made at Buffalo and...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 30 June 1905

GREAT SALE! Ufe 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. . &e FAIR. J. A. PETTY- & CO. Missouri State Fair. The fifth annual exhibition til the .Missouri State Fair will be' held in Seilalia August 21-20, 1005. livery possible effort is being made to make this the best fair the Hoard of Direc tors have ever attempted. The ac commodations for stock have been in creased and a number of new build ings have been added. The speed events will be bigger and better than ever before as the State 1-jiir is mem ber of the, Grand Circuit, which means that patrons of the Fair will be treat ed to some of the best races the man agement has even booked since the establishment of the institution.' A number of new attractions will also be introdu...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 July 1905

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. sixth Year. Versailles, Mo.; Friday Morning, July 7, 1905. No. 27. A BIG CELEBRATION. The Fourth of July celebration in 0) o o o o 'Oi G) 'CJ 0) o To The Having purchased the goods and business of the Millinery Bazar, I respectfully invite all in need of Millinery goods to visit my store, inspect the goods and get prices. Mrs. Child will spend the summer in Texas, returning about September 1st by way of Kansas City where she will purchase the latest styles in millinery. She will continue as manager of the Bazar and will visit St. Louis and other markets, thus securing all the latest designs in head-gear. Thanking the public for past favors and solicit ing your future patronage, I beg to remain. Respectfully, Mrs. IN. E. Mounts, Proprietress. 'CJ 'CD 'O CD o CD o CD CD t 'CD CD CD CD g 'CD O CD ? VD D y CD CD y CD CD CD CD CD I LOCAL NEWS! 3 Kavanaugh's livery barn. Phone 49. Dr. T. J. G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 7 July 1905

if BEHIND THEFOOTLXOHTS. Mme. Rejane, the French aetresa, ttropoMS to establish a French theater In London, at which hersolf and other French actors will appear two soaaona yearly. Big. Puccini has induced Slf. Glacoua and Illlsa to writo a libretto for an opera based on the life of Queen Maria 'Antoinette, to bo completed In'fieptcm Ujcr, for which he will write the music. The late Augustln Daly'a copy of Ireland's "History of the New York mane" waa sold in New York last week for $6,664. This work contains complete records of the New York stage from 1750 to 1870. John A. ConqucHt, father of Ida 'Conquest, the actress, although worth 1500,000, is a lalHirer packing fish In 'Boston at two dollars a day. He saye iho works for tho pleasure It affords llilm and that "work brings health, and (that's better ihan wealth." Profits of the Packers. ' Thero has been a groat deal of dis appointment because the darflftid io jiort shows that tho proflts of the packing Industry only amount to abou...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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