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THE MORGAN COUNTY MAGAZINE
Will bo issued by the inantigemont f tho Mor
gan County Democrat, and will appear between
the First and Tenth of each month. Tho
Magazine will bo non-political, and will contain
at least 80 pages of choice homo reading. All
departments will be up to date and at par with
the standard Magazines, with interesting local
features illustrated each month, such as jx)r
traits of prominent citizens, county scenes, etc.
We will endeavor to place a sample copy in
t every household, and wish the reading public
to appreciate ourell'ortto give thorn something
worthy of their support. The price will bo
$1.00 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 10 CENTS.
Magazine and Democrat combined, 1.75 per year.
Subscribe at once.
MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT.
25O.0OO Cold, Homeless Starv
In Macedonia during the past
few months one hundred and tif ty
villages have been pillaged and
burnt, some sixty thousand per
sons have been killed, countless
women have been outraged.
Twenty-live thousand have lied
to Tiulgaria. Two hundred and
fifty thousand have lied to the
The snow now covers
Mrs. Laura. S. Webb,
YictwPreaidont Womnn'a Urmw
enmo Clubs of ."toriiiiru ouio.
"I dreaded the change of lift vthlch
wu fast approaching. I noticed Wine
of Cardul, tnd decided to try a bot
tle ' I experienced tome relief the
flritnwnth, to I kept on taking It (or
threfc moniht and now I menstruate
w I till no pain and I shall take it off and
I it, i I -a iu. "
Fcinalfl woaknosa, disordered
enstj. falling of tho womb ana
ovarian troubles do not wear off.
They follow a woman to thocbaugu
o( life. Do not vrait but take Wino
of Cardui now mid avoid tho trou
ble. Winn of Cardui never fails
to benefit a Buffering woman of
any at;e. Winn of Cardui relieved
Mm. Webb when she was in dan
ger. When you come to the change
of, life Mrs. Webb's letter will
nlnan lnoro to you than it doea
now . uut you may now avoid tne
nuffcring she endured. Druggists
yseil 91 bottles of Wine ot (Jardm.
Jllltl. II. IIITIlllAltl). I'r. -Ktt nl.
W. W. MOOIti:. rmliler.
Tho annual session of the State
Teachers' Association will bo
held at St. Joseph December 29,
80 and HI.
A Plattsburg pappr last week
announced the death of the Em
peror of Germany, and the Kaiser
has sinco been getting bettor.
While tho coal trust has a mo
nopoly on that commodity, the
people of Piatt, Kansas, are saw
ing up sunflower stocks for use
The city council of Marshall
has cut out tho use of cannon
firecrackers and all other explo
sives within tho city limits at all
Jessie Morrison and John Col
lins have devoted their attention
to music during their leisure
hours in the Kansas state poni
The ministers at Marshall dis
like holding Sunday funerals, and
will discourage holding them on
that day except when actually
The State Normal School at
Warronsburg is laying plans for
its teachers and pupils, about
1,000 in all, to attend the World's
Fair in a body.
A jury in a Texas court a few
days ago sentenced a negro to
the penitentiary for 1,000 years
for attempted assault, and the
, , ! judge, not wishing to bo nngener-
ln0S0! l.l.l 4 1
lofty peaks and has concealed the'
hurries imil linvo minn whirdi llio.l l0'10'-"
starving refugees wore striving
Their r.nndit.win lioirjrnrs ilis.
. 4. t, .t. . , 1303, Mrs Amelia Rastorfer, wife if
uripuwn. oriusn corrospoiiuums, j , j;.,,,.,,
I . . . A I . 1 I
consular reports anu private IU1- m,,. Kastorfor was born in Germanv
vices agree in tneir statements ol Dee. l'Jtli, 183.1, and was 7 ycais li
little children fnntwl dmiri while months and 15 la-H old. She. eamu to
grass and bits of bark Still in America aboiu fifty years ago, and was
. . ,, .. . ... i married to John Rastorfer in St. Louis
their mouths told the terrible . .,.lht ,,,,, To this unill tcn
Story Of their Starvation, wan-children were born, seven of whom
dering in tho mountains With J survive her, four sons and tluee (laugh
their mothers, who had fled from I t'is, as follows: Henry, John H , ('has.
their hnrnim' limnos Those nnn. ' "" Edward Rastorfer, Mrs. Rudolph
Kansas City Southern Railway
Straight as the Crow Plies"
KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF
PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF CLIMATE,
BOIL AND RE30UnCE THAN ANY OTIIHIi RAILWAY
IN THE WORLD. FOR I?3 LENGTH.
Alow: lti lino are tho finest InniK nulled for growlm; small grain, corn, flax,
rolto.ij frrcomroorclal npplonndi.eiiohor.'lianh. fur other fruits one! Uirrlrsi
for rotnraerel.il caiitalouim. potato, tomato and unietal truel: farms: for
Kii'-arcntio and rlcocultlvatlon; fortnnreliantalilotlml'urt foriaWlnit horse,
mules, cattle, Iior.i, sheen, Ioullry Mid Aurora goats, at prkin rttiiyiiit; from
FREE GOVEF5NMHNT HOMESTEADS
to twenty-five dollars or more per ncro. Cheip round-trip. horaoneoUrrs and
ouo-wtiy colonl' t tickets oi sale first and tlilrd 'I'novlnys of eacli month.
V, rlto for a copy ot " OUIUK.NT KVr.:T.'V' piihlisheifhy tho
KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY
Till! shout mm; to
INEXPENSIVE ANU COMFORTABLE HOMES."
, D. DUTTON. TnV. PA98. ACT., S. G. WARNER, G. P. AID T.
KANSAS CITV, MO KANSAS CITY, MO.
F. E. ROESLER, TRAV. PASS. ANO IMIG'N ACT., KANSAS CITY, MO.
Death of Amelia Kastol'or.
Died at lior residence three miles
southeast of lira vols Mills, Doe. 4th,
E&iiK OF VERSAILLES. !
4 Condensed Statcinent of the Hutilc of Versailles, at the
jt close, of liusines, Nov. , li)():i:
X Cash and r.xehanp' S 78,1104 3? at
5 Loans and Discounts 101.1H0 Ul
tf Heal lJstate, .'"uniituro and Ki.tures -1,711.1 IS
J Total $t7l,844 01
i.ia itn.i riKs. Jl
Capital Stoelt paid in 8 30.000 00
Surplus and Undivided froths ltl,70."i fci
5 hills payahle and re-discounts .1,01111 00 J!
Deposits L'2:i,07S 75 tit
J Total L'71,Stl 01
Timo Lock. I'Mi'o Proof Vault. Insuranco against J
Murglary and Robbery.
A. L. ROSS, President. WILL L. STEPHENS, Cashier.
! W. PtTTY.
W. T. PETTY.
pie arc not heathen, but thoy
uro Christians; they aro porsu
cuted by tho Turks beciiu.su of
their Christianity. Tho Lord has
blessed us with good govern
ment and bountiful crops. Could
we do a better thing than to help
these, tho most needy people on
the globe to-day.
1. 11U Vlll iniltllt LiUKilU f 111 DUliU
to theso suffering people all mon
ey sent to it. Christian Herald,
GF.O. II. UUHHAKD,
Chas. V. Kavanaugh, 2
Notary and Abstracter. V
HUBBARD & KAVANAUGH,
Owners of the only Complete Set of ABSTRACT
1JOOKS of Morgan County, Missouri.
llcsl Estate, toasce mill Rental Agents.
Docs a general banking business.
A irlass or two of water taken half
in hour before breakfast will usual y
Iteen the bowels regular. Harsh ca
thartics should hi; avoided. When a
luri?ativ; is needed, take Ctiamlicr-
Iain's Stomueh and Liver Tablets.
Thev aro mild irentlu In there action.
uForHaI by Witton Drur Co.
"Vhat twisting and squirming
I there must lie," remark an ex-
ylhalnge, "in the graveyards that
contain tho remains of tho van
ows former Democratic editors of
ie St. Joseph Gazette sinco it
fias boconio si Republican paper. "
r JUST WHAT YOU NEED.
IjChamberlaiu's Stomach and Liv
fl or Tablets.
MVwhen you feel dull after eating.
VtVWhen you have no appetite.
HviWhun you havu a bad taste in the
When your liver is torpid
When your Iowi;1k are constipated.
When1 you have a headache.
When von feel bilious
TheV will Improve vour appetite,
cansi and invigorate your stotnnch,
and rifirnlate vour liver nnd bowem.
l'riceS.I cents pup box. For sale by
Wlttejn D. UB C i
The Board of Education at
Carihntro has resolved not to em
pldfy any one as teacher, who does
not pay his debts.
Better Than a Plaster.
A piece of llaimel dampened with
Chamberlain's l'ain Halm and bound on
the affceted parts, is better thmi a
plaster for a lame back nnd for pains
In the side or chest , l'.iiu Halm has
no superior as a liniment for the re
lief of deep seated, muscular and rheu
matic pains. For sale by Wltteu Druff
Franco coins more gold than
do other countries; 2,800 tons of
that precious metal turned into
gold coin in tho last forty years,
is her record; Great Britain used
up but 1,400 tons in the same
spaco of timo for tho same pur
If you have a ba I cold yon need a
L'ood reliable medicine like Chamber
lain's Coutfh Remedy to loosen and re
lieve. It, and to allav the irritation and
inilammation of the throat and hme.
The soothinj? and healing properties of
this romedy nnd the quick cures which
it effects make it a favorite everywhere.
For sale by Wltten Drnir Co.
"Scraps from the Hell Box," is
a department in a Lawson, Ray
Haekler, Mrs. (J. W. Kays and Mrs.
losiah Madole, all of whom reside in
Morgan County. Her njfod hu-b'iml,
.lolin Kastorfer, n No survives her'
Funeral hervices were conducted at
the residence by Rev. T. II. ltiuhman
Sunday Dee. lith, after which a lonjf
procession proceeded to the cemetery,
011 the homestead one half mile west of
the liilderbrand farm, where nil that In
earthly of Mrs. Amelia Kastorfer was
laid to rest.
In the death of Mrs. Kastorfer her
husband lias lost a devoted wife
her children a loving and atVeetionate
mother, the community a kind and use
ful nuii,'hbor, but foi the dead we should
iiot mourn, it is tint loss to tin: living
that wc should regret. Ah she ap
proached the end her MilTering was
greatly magnified and the days of her
pain lengthened Into weeks 01 ugony
while relatives and friends gathered
about her in prayers and tears. Hut
she boie all her suffering with Chris
tian fortitude. As nobly in death
as in liftt-udid she give witness to
the power that .sustained her, but she
has passed Into the great beyond. She
has solved the problem beyond the vail.
Shu stands face to face with the (Ireut
ludge of the Universe who will deal
with her as a Father with a child,
She is at rest. Let us hope in this in
stance that (Jod's mercy will aid recu
perating nature, and that the desolate
husband with the advantages gained
by contact with such a noble compan
ion may llvu long to continue thu life
work so woll carried forward by both.
Mark the perfect man and behold the
upright, tor the end of that man is
peace. The poet says:
Leaves have their time to fall
And flowers wither at the north
And stars to set; but all.
Thou hast all seasons for thine own,
Special attention at reasonable rates to property
of non-residents, payment of taxes, etc.
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PHONC NO. 74.
"One of my children was tnken with
cramp colic and sufTered severely,"
says S. II. Elzee, of Monet t, Mo. "I
telephoned for a doctor, then gave a
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Reincdv, and a few min
utes later a second dose, llefore tho
doctor came the child was relieved."
For eulis by Wittvn Drujf Co,
W. S. Haily, 1 O True Texas,
wiites: "My wife had been suffering
five years with paralysis in her arm,
when I was persuaded to umi llallard's
Snow liiuluieut, which cured her all
right. 1 have also used It for old sores,
frostbites nnd skin eruptions. It does
tliu work." 2.', 81.0!). For salo by
Milton Lewis, Florence, Mo.
A. B. KNIPMEYER,
Olllce formerly occupied by II. M.
Washburn, Second Floor Woods Building.
F. P. JONES,
Room r. Luiupec lluiidlng.
DKALKU IN l'UHH OLD
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
' mauagu business in tills county and ad-
Recent Statistics sllOW that tllO 'joining territory for well and favor-
serpents kill more persons in In
dia than in any other country.
During 1901 the number of vic
tims was 22,810, and it is esti
mated that almost, if not quite,
as many wore killed in 1902.
ably known llnir.e of solid linauclal
standing. straight cash .salary and
expenses, paid each Monday by check
direct from headquarters, Expense
money advanced; position permanent.
Address Manager, 010 Monon llldg.,
AND OTHER FINE WHISKIES.
INMOST CIGARS AUK ALWAYS
to hu IihiihI at the bar. Lump's
I'ri'uiium Mottled and Keg licer
aliv.iys mi HtoeU, also Puro Alcohol,
r-utiti'v oi ders solicited mid promptly
FINE WINES A SPECIALTY.
When you have any hauling you want
done rail on
Tho Old Rehahlo
lie lias good teams and faithful
driver. Charges reasonable.
MONEY! MONEY! MONEY!
At lowest rates of intereat on real e
late. See U11IBS & PRICE.