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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 21 July 1905

Bow to Toughen the Xoya. If you want to make an all-arouud, good-for-nothing tough out of your boy Just butt in and take his side on every question which comes up between him and the teacher, and if you want him to nave a good start to the penitentiary be sure and let him know that he can always depend upon your assistance in whatever trouble he may get Into In school, right or wrong. Moward (Kan.) Courant. Plague Visitation in the East. The Chinese are fortunately less difficult to deal with than the Hindoos, thero being an absence of casto preju dices among them, and though they are very strongly opposed to house-to-house Inspection by foreigners, they are not unwilling to aid In taking mea sures of precaution and to allow cleansing operations to be carried on In their houses. The Hospital. Needed Strong Spectacles. They had been trotting In matrimon ial harness for six months, and the pace was beginlng to tell. "What," she aked, after the manner of a woman, "ever made you fall in...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 21 July 1905

II I Did Not Know That my school offered better advantages than other schools in this section of the country I would not for a moment expect your patronage, hut as I know that the systems we teach are un surpassed, I am more than anxiolts to interest you. It will pay you to send for one of my catalogues. JOHN M. HILL, Pres. Hill's Business College SEDALIA, MO. "The Growing School." Excursion to Jcffemon City. 1 nu .viercnams oasc u.ni ciun 01 v-. this city are working on a proposi tion to ,givc a big excursion to Jef 'fcrson City, which, if carried out as at present decided upon, will be run on Sunday, August 6th. The scheme is to charter a train over the Missouri Pacific and make the rate SI. 00 for the round trip from Versailles. The rate is made low so as to in sure a good crowd from this city. The tickets will he sold in advance and the size of the train will be in ac cordance with the number of tickets .sold. The excursion will be well adver tised and stops will be made at Akin...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 28 July 1905

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. SIXTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, July 28. 1905. " No. 30. . L . - . -1 ' . - .- . . . . - - .. - Less 25 GREAT Per Cent. CLEARING SALE! 25 Per Cent. The Bargain Seekers Can Have a Regular Picnic, Sale starts Friday, July 28, and will last until f Tuesday, August 15. High Prices on all cUimi of MERCHANDISE is staring in our faces, still the preparations that we made in the purchase of FALL GOODS compels us to make room. Nothing is Left or Retained in this Sale. All Must Go. Ladies' Muslin Underwear For less than 50c on the dollar. 1500 pieces of finest made-up garments to select from. Great est values ever offered. The trimmings, such as Laces and Embroideries, aTe worth more money than we ask for the made-up garments. Dress Goods Department 25 per cent off on each dollar during sale prices on Dress Goods, means a great saving to you. Our entire stock of Dress Goods is placed...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 28 July 1905

Uho DEMOCRAT Published Kwr Friday Mornln. TII.I.MAN mivr. I'myrletorn. VERSAILLES. t MISSOURI. Half of the 136,000 freight cars or dered for American rr.!lronds In at year were of steel, The prince, of Monaco is rendering to nerlal navigation n service, moro vnlnnlilo than tlio Invention of flying innehlncn. He Is making a really sys tematic study of air currents. Ttaron de Ilosen "proves a Sphinx whe-n Russian politics Is discussed." Ho doubtless recalls certain Casslnl prophecies and Is reminded of tho ti tle of one of .Mr. Shaw's recent plays. Since tho first visit to the Ice cap of the South polo was made. Home 60 years ago, there has been a steady ro reckon of tlio belt of home thirty mi !:;, and It Is argued that In courso of time It will bo posslblu to make ap proach to the polo Itself, and that tho land In that vicinity may even become inhabited. Among the prizes offered by the Par Is Academy of Science to inventors is one of $20,000,, founded by Pierre Guz mann, which Is to...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 28 July 1905

A LESSON MANUAL TRAINING P1UCTIOAL POINTS FOR BOYS WITH AMBITION AND GENIUS. low to Hake a Hall Glass Frame Oocd Practice In Planing, Sawing and. Mortising "Rabbet" for the Glass How to Make Xt Advan tages of Hot Over Cold Glue Sand papering Make First of Pine, Then Oak. BY JAMES K1TCHEY. Instructor In Woodworking and Pattern making, Armour Institute of Tech nology, Chicago.) (Copyright, 1904, by Joseph B. Bowles.) (The Interested render Is advised to clip this article for reference.) Ab a means for further practice In planing, sawing and mortising, the email hall glass frame shown in Fig. 68 is recommended. In order that the frame may be square and correct la fan " H lis tMirror 10'x2Ql FIG a. alze, each of the four pieces must be planed out of wind and true in all respects. The two side pieces are each 31 Inches long, 4 Inches wide and three-fourths of an Inch in thickness. The two end pieces are each 11 Inches long, and of tho .same width and thick ness as the sides. Tho mortises...

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. — 28 July 1905

The Democrat. TILL HAH I HUT. Froprtcton. Entered in the Port Office at Versailles, Missouri ni tccond class mail tnnUe Wood Blk. ?nd Floor. Phone No. 1.15 It seem harder to keep the "lid" on i,n St. Louis county than any other 1,1 1 the state, l'crhapi they need a heavier Aeight as sheriff. The marshal of Aurora hat caused to lye printed in the local papers a notice prohibiting the presence of cows on the streets at night unless accompanied by in escort. A number of "joints'' in Kansas City, (Can., have been closed because the proprietors have not paid their usual assessments to the city. It must be re membered that Kantat is a prohibition state. An Indiana editor suggests John W. Kern of that itate for Preiident in 1908 and Joseph W. Polk for the Vice IVcsi dency. If he had reversed the arrange ment his, argument would have become uiorc popular. Senator Stone who was reported to be getting ready to tour Missouri in a polit ical speech making capacity to "burn up Fo)k,' denies the ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 28 July 1905

Colds It should be borne in mind that every cold weakens the lungs, low en the vitality and prepare the system for the more serious dis eaaca, among which are the two greateat destroyers of human life, pneumonia ana consumption. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won its great popularity by its prompt cures of this most common ailment. It aids expectoration, re llerea the lungs and opens the secretions, effecting a speedy and permanent cure. It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia. Pries 25c, Larft Sift 50c EDUCATIONAL NOTES. (By State Bupt. W. T. Cirrington. It is required of school beards that they publish a synopsis of the compul sory attendance law in some newspaper of the district ten days before school opens. If there is no newspaper publish ed in the district, five notices should be posted. County Board of Kducation have acted wisely in changing grammars and histo ries so as to secure the use of series of boolcsin these subjects. Better results may be expected from such chan...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 28 July 1905

NAMES BEST DOCTOR MB. BAY8S0H PUBLISHES RESULTS OF VALUABLE EXPEBIENOE. A. Formor Pronounced Dyspeptic Ho Now ltrjolcr In Perfect Freedom from Mlacrlre of Imllgvatlon. Thousands of sufferers know that tha reason why tuny tiro irritnblo and do prossod and nervous nnd.Blooploss is bo ciiuso their food does not digest, but how to get rid of tbo diillcultyis tbo puzzling question. Good digestion culls for strong diges tivo organs, and strength comes from a supply of good rich blood. For this reason Mr. Bayssou took Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for tbo euro of Indigestion. Thoy havo been my 1est doctor," ho iwys. " I was suffering from dyspepsia. Tho pains in my stomach after ruenla wore almost unbearable. My sleep was very irregular and my complexion wo sallow. As tho result of using eight boxes of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, about tho merits of which I learned from friends in France, I havo escaped nil theso troubles, and mil ablo nguiu to tako pleasure in eating." A vory simplo story, but i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 28 July 1905

f THE HUMBLE, TEL CONFLAGRATION A Number of Lives Lost and Mill ions in Property Destroyed. THE FIRE STILL SPREADING lluiidreila of People Itenticred Hum--lrN, Willi the t.onn of All Their UelonicInK A Tlunmnnil Men FlKhtltiK tho l ire. Dallas, Tex., July 25. A bulletin fiom Dustln, tho nearest station to the Humble oil fl!d, states that the liro Is still burning and spreading. The fire was 'started by a stroke of light ning. It hit an earthen tank, and in a moment a million barrels of oil were at1 laze. Xcnrly oni tliuiiKiiuU men nre nt work flKlitliiK the lire, the iiinln elTwrt heliiK illreeteil tu confine the tinmen to their !ircent limit. The estimates of los3 aro 5,000,000 barrels of oil, oight large tanks and collateral properties. The loss in money values, according to these estimates, would reach $2,000, 000 at least, ar.d may possibly go to double that figure. Covering an area of three-quarters of a mllo square, with a great canopy of smoke covering two squaro miles, the '...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 28 July 1905

NOW is the time to come and see our goods. Even if you have not thought of buying DRUGS at the present time, it .will pay to come. There is no better time to buy than just now. Iet us tell you the reason any day you can come in. Come Now. Muntzel Drug Co LOCAL NEWS. . KavanaugK'slivery barn. Phone 49. I always pay cash for fresh eRs. V. N. GlLSON. Joe Williams wan in Clinton Friday and Saturday. Henry Terabk of New Stover spent "Sunday in 'this crty. IIome-Krown tomatoes nre becoming ipleutiful on the Versailles market. Koyal Dainty Flour per 100 pounds 4'i .00 at the Palace. W. N. Uii.son. If the .favsrable weather keeps up the corn crnji in Morgan will he a nld mine. l'ranlc Washburn of Gravois Mills Van in town Monday en route to Sedalia. Supt. J. P. Sumner of the Monarch Coal company, spent Sunday last in this city. I still have a few bargains left in fjueensware at the Palace. W. N. Gll.soN. Street Commissioner Ducey is grading the streets in the southeast part of the city. Lau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 August 1905

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL -MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. 'Sixth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Aug. 4, 1905. No. 31. Less 25 Per Cent. 25 GREAT CLEARING SALE! Cent. The Bargain Seekers Can Have a Regular Picnic, Sale starts Friday, July" 28, and will last until Tuesday, August 15. V High Prices on all classes of MERCHANDISE is staring in our faces, still the preparations tnat we made in the purchase of FALL GOODS compels us to make room. Nothing is Left or Retained in this Sale. All Must Go, Ladies' Muslin Underwear For less than 50c on the dollar. 1500 pieces of finest made-up garments to select from. Great est values ever offered. The trimmings, -such as Laces and Embroideries, are worth more money than we ask for the made-up .garments. Dress Goods Department 25 per cent off on each dollar during sale prices on Dress Goods, means a great saving to you. Our entire stock of Dress Goods is placed before 3'ou at one round price on ever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 August 1905

&e DEMOCRAT h FoblUhrd K nry Friday Morals), TIM, MAN' DUFF. Z'row-fetor. ,. t VERSAILLES, r I MISSOURI'' There wero 22,21G,C75 bushels ol Brain exported from the gulf porta during tho Ave months ended May 81, 1905. The grain exports from the Atlantlo porta for tho live months ended May 31, 80n. nmounted to 38,724,986 bushels. Whtlo Germany has G,G00,000 wom en who earn their own living, Italy, with only one-half the population, has 6,250,000. A statuette of Isis, declared to he ol ancient Egyptian origin, has been found hurled under tho foundations 3f the Paris Bastllc. Looulilns Ixancll, of Undlna, Italy, has the largest Danto library In tho world. It comprises more than thrco thousand publications of nil languages relating to tho poot. Mrs. Isabel Strong and Mrs. Frank Norrls, the authoress, are spending the summer In California, occupying the Robert Iouis Stevenson cottage on tho hills bordering the Santa Clara valley. Swine, tho most numerous of all domestic animals In the ...

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. — 4 August 1905

A LESSON L IBACTICAL POINTS FOR BOYS WITH AMBITION AND GENIUS. The Cabinet Scraper and How to Use It Sandpaper Directions for Making a Magazine Back The Stock Required Making and As sembling .the Parts Patterns. BT JAMES RITCHEY. (Instructor In Woodworking and Pattern making, Armour Institute of Tech nology, Chicago.) (Copyright, 1904, by Joeeph B. Bowles.) While describing the construction of the hall glass In our last article direc tions were given to smooth off the face of the frame with sandpaper in order to prepare it for the shellac or other varnish with which it would be coated. If the frame Is made of pine or other eoft and straight grained wood, sand- paper will give the necessary finish to the surface, provided the plane Is sharp and If, when the surface Is nearly com pleted, it Is set so as to cut only very thin shavings. If quartered oak or other hard wood Is used the grain Is often torn out and roughened by the plane, owing to the cross-grained and curly character of ne...

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. — 4 August 1905

II I Did Not Know That my school offered better advantages than other schools in this section of the country I would not for a moment expect your patronage, but as r know that the systems we teach are un surpassed, I am more than anxious to interest you. It will pay you to scud for one of my catalogues. JOHN M. HILL, Pres. Hill's Business College SEOALIA. MOk "The Gfowlntf School." The Democrat. TILLMAN & DUFF. Proprietors. filtered in the Post Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Woods nik. 2nd Floor. Phone No. 1B5 UVE STOCK MARKETS AT KANSAS CITY. THE WKEK'8 TRADE REPORTED BY CLAY. ROBINSON A COMPANY, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 3f FIOE8 AT OHIOAQO,, KAN8A0 CITY, OMAHA, 6IOUX CITY BT JOSEPH AND DENVtfR. Kansas Citv, Aug. 1, 1905. Receipts of cattle thus far tilts week ire 22,i'M; last week I9,5u0. Monday's was generally strong to lOc higher for oetei .sicer:; tuws ujiu jieucrs iu 10 10c higher. The inquiry for stockers and feeders w.is brisk and the...

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. — 4 August 1905

ONLY PART Of the world knows what others are doing. With us though it's dif ferent. A. tells B. how cheap he buys of us. B. tells some one else and that's how every body soon knows about our Reliable StocK o! Drugs and reasonable prices. Buy some thing, test and see for yourself. 3 Muntzel Drug Co ADDITIONAL LOCAL. I still have a few bargains left in Queensware at the Palace. W. N. GILSON. C. W. Iliersach who had been on a three weeks visit with his sons in Colo rado and Utah returned home Tuesday night. W. II. Woolery of Richland' was transacting business in Versailles last I'riday and callod on tHe Democrat in his rounds, The Woodmen Camp at New Stover will give a two days picnic nt that place on Friday and Saturday of next week. Prizes will' begiven on all sports. Nick Humes, the boy who struck young Martin with a base ball bat two weeks ago, was tried Tuesday and fined and costs;. the costs having been paid Humes was paroled and now rests on his good behavior. Today (Friday) the...

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. — 4 August 1905

JUST LIKE THE .RUSSIANS Could Not Let an Opportunity for Loot tscape Them. Kvidcnvc of the Mnnncr In Whleh (lie lllcli 'rrvnanre at I'nrt Ar llmr I)laiipi-ared. Sun Francisco, Aug. 1. Advices from Japan hear out tho report clrcu latcJ by tho returning Russian civil governor of l'ort Arthur that Gtn. Stocsscl and ofllccrn surrendered the fortress in order o loot the large treasures, estimated at .'iO.OOO.OOO rubles (f 15,000,000). These reports are given credenco by Btorlea frm Japan of the lavish expenditure of tho Hu clan officers and many private soldiers when prlf-onors. There are nearly 70,000 of these pris oners, and recently a .private soldier who attempted to escape had several hundrod dollars In paper. Many officers must have small for tunes in their possession, Judging by the way they buy luxuries. They or der champagne, vodka and claret by tho case, and buy liberally of alt choice foreign case goods and of all dellcaclos and fruits. Somo have ordered pianos and other costl...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 August 1905

'.dint for SaleimM. This ability to bring the best that li In you to the man you are trying to reach, to make a good Impression at the very first meeting, to approach a prospective customer as though you had known him for years without of fending his taste, without raising the least prejudice, but getting his sym pathy and good will, Is a great ac complishment, and this Is what com mands a great salary. Success Maga-tine. Costly Mistake. When the British admiralty built ths tew and splendid naval barracks at Chatham they fitted up one of the larg est rooms In flue style for courts-martial, and had "Court-Martial" Inscribed on a bin brass plate on the door. When It was about to be used for the first time the discovery was made that the regulations require all naval courts martlal to be held on the water. National Vocabularies. The English language according to a German statistician who has made a study of the comparative wealth of languages beads the list with the enormous vocabulary...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 August 1905

GRAND COOKING EXHIBIT OF (lever Break Ranges Will be Held at our Store Six Days from Monday to Saturday, Aug. 7 to 12, Inclusive. HmHHMBHIHHHiiHlim 11 BTJHHH Bkk94 Four Months Subscription FREE to the American Woman's Review A Woman's Magazine given to Every Lady Caller AKNIC L. Y. ORf P. Edsor. ST. LOU36, U&A, Coffee and Biscuits Served Free to All Callers Come and talk with the Expert from the Factory AN EDUCATION FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. $7 tJQ Set of Cooking Utensils with all Ranges ordered during this Exhibit. E. M. DUFF, Versailles, Mo. II 3' LOCAL NEWS. KavnnaUgh's lively barn. .Phone 40. Cooking .e.Uiibit .t .E. M. Duffs all Jicxt week. I ahva .c p.iy cash fur ft.Hi est-s. W. K. Gw.r.ou. 'Miss Sallie French spent the tl.iy last :Raturday with ftiends anil relulives .at JM.irvin, Laundry called for acd delivered 'by Walt Hamlin, agent for Ke.'.alia Steam Laundry. Sir. and Mrs. S. H. Trice of St Louis .rirrivedin the city lut S.-itmday reinuin jngfceveral day visiting with frien...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 August 1905

SUPPLEMENT TO Morgan County Democrat. Vol 6. VERSAILLES, MORGAN COUNTY, MISSOURI, AUGUST 4, 1904- No. 31. WALNUT GFOVE Mrs Alice Kauffniati and children of .... -t ... i- i oariien cuy are visaing menus anu.i Joe Hayes sold a span of fine mules list week. G. T. Short sold a mule lately for $200. A mule buyer pass through this neigh borhood last week. Melva Kauffmau who has been quite sick is improving. The wheat and oatsMiave been mater ially damaged by the heavy rains, and threshing has been very difficult. Jake Kauffman'purchased a fine bunch of lios from Hiram Holsopplelast week. Rob't attenled the summer school for te tellers at Warrensburg. The prosperity of the country seems founded on a rock, ' says an exchange. Can t lose sight of John D. Sick headathe results from a disordered condition of the stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by Muntzel Drug Co. A Chicago paper declares gamblers wor' there, riht in the center of the city.. So...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 4 August 1905

(ill Via jl - ' ' - I V The state apportionment of school moneys this year is l,340,o24,96; an in crease over last year of $54,494,9o. This will give each child enumerated about $1.34, enough to pay teachers salaries on an average for about 32 days. GRAVE TROUBLE F0RESKEN It needs but little foresight, to tell, that when your stomach and liver are badly affected, gravi trouble is ahead, unless you take the proper medicine for vour disease, as Mrs. John A. Young, of Clay, N. V., did. She says: "I had neu ragia of the liver and stomach, my heart was weakened, and I could not eat. J was very bad for a long time, but in Electric Bitters, I found just what I needed, they quickly relieved and cured me." Best medicine for weak women. Sold under guarantee by Muntzel Drug Co, at 50c a bottle. The City of St. Louis pays about $8 r annum in'teachers' salaries for every child enumerated, in the city; Kansas City, alKiut $9; St. Joseph, about fs; Joplin, nearly (7; Springfield, little more than ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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