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(Successor to Tiik Democrat.)
W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor.
I, oca I J'Mitor mid Business Maunder.
Hntered in the Post Office at Versailles,
Missouri ns second class mail tnntter.
Subscription Price f 1.0(1 n Year.
Phono No. 133-
Ad vcrll.slrif Itotcs.
.)iilny nitvf ttlshiK liy'lir year, to mrrtiKe
lour t nr In sut timtf iv,r. it Inch i acli lom-,
I'roft xsl'jtinl r.mli out inch, SO cents it
lentil two mrlir s ( III T motltll.
I.orals five ot over, s cents per line for
nrt intr-rtuiti; :',ic ier Hue for each suliviianl
i ,,fiiion In lil.ick lyi-In i itto .er line for
Srt lnetlloii Scents mi line fnr nirh vnlise
ni tit ni'-ei tion
i,. .il ii'lvettiniitK nl lejjal intes.
-,.. .1 tat '-n alerliveint nl.
I,i-t week I made the statement j
th.it ttorncy Ilulihanl was employed
' the saloon men to push their fight
l'r Ik '-rise. Mr. Hubbard says the
t itrmcnt is not true, that if he had
n i ngagtd in tlie case he would
Imw lu'en on the other side. I was
i.i ihl'imied. and gladly make the
( .rri ction. I cannot get around so
hv ly as I used to. anil so write many
! ins as given me. expecting to vei
tm tle-m lati r. but waiting and for-
'tint; until too late, the) yo into
print as first wiitten.
V. W. KIM...CH.
Apparently the I'ostoffice Depart
. t 1 1 going to require a spei lal
i tup lor pan els post fur the snne
f' t in that all the consonants were
.uleil into phthisic' - just to
i . in- H harder. Kansas City Slar.
Or rather, berate the I'ostotlite
d' .trtmcnt is still controlled by the
'pn ss i ompanies the spirit of Tom
PI itt still goes man hing on.
Funny. Aint It?
mii h standpat papers as the (ilobe
1 1' mof rat and Kansas City inirn.'il.
'ii ' i ih.it will keep Missouri solidlv
I ' Mini r.itii s lrjiij as thc cin.de-
!ai' lh it stalidpit Republicans clei t-
d Woodrow Wilson in order to de
h it Roosevelt. nd why did they
'hi' it the standpat andidates for
t ill "IIh es and congress was it just
i i r i spasm, and the pool fools just
-tt'ii I. a' anything; in sijit. "goinK it
1 Imd." as the old -aving is. Like
I 'lpi'it they may have their sight re-
ton d by lUlfj. and vote tie-straight
Pi" -trssive tii ket. the onlv show Im
!' - 1 1 ii.
I he lellow who inns the Statesman
,"1 1'st k that the Old Kepubli-
in paitv would be i.-dled back again.
' rs nlles Hull lo is-i says to lei!
"ii It It evci comes , i, J; it IIIV(.
' I ' b way ol Oysiei i.,y, and that
I ks t., us as if it was about right,
''I 't the same time we i an't see
"w UiyUiing so compli ley paialyet
' I1 '';. ). I'. can ewi come bat k.
Il the I leinoi rats ewi
-' in ivin li anil
' i' suit in figures
give mil i -atleis
I o you sttjipove Tall papeis i in
up i alamity the ate tiling their
Il Wilson calls an cstra session of
( opeiess we're belting a jug of ,11 1-
' rimlk he goes into the dis( ;ml with
I t i.r e it hence
I alt got those -Uh i lass postnusicrs
i out ol the stoiin just in time. It
.- not likely that iiiuiy ol them will
i m to lake advantage of the posi-
I' i id is night is the regular i
i i inn iitiui of Veisailles Lodge. N'o.
117. . I '. .V A. M. lie there if wm
s President-elect Wilson is n 1'ies
ii ten in we should judge that our
k winment will be in safe handsalter
M.inh 'lib, provided llro. Wilson
d ui'l let s e of the "oihei fi-llous"
t hold of the lines.
No standpatter will be found in of
fice long after March lth next. Most
of them will go of their own accord,
if not cheerfully and willingly, and
those who hang on will be kicked out.
"Turn the rascals out."
Tho Reason of Ii.
Taft tried to be like Paul said he
was, "all things to all men" and was
ploughing with the Jewish, Catholic
and Mormon heifers, for votes. U'c
,lo not accuse him of person ally ap-
plying the doctrine of circutnsion. nor
ol assisting in celebrating mass, nor I
:riri,;:o":!:;':U'::t' t;,,',!:!;!i Missouri and
men, as evidenced by sending his
secretary of state, a Knod ( ?) old
.Scotch Presbyterian, to preside over
the ISrewcrs Omgress at Chicago: he
was apiarently after Canadian votes
when he sprung that fool renproi ity
deal, and (or these, and other hiih
crimes and misdemeanors, the people.
the common herd." turned against
him and turned him out, his only n-al
friends apparently being the Mormons
- he did carry Utah.
'. s,. i here was some! iuil' sai l ,
about a stolen nomination. w., i, t
Uncle Sam wants a more commod
ious building hrrr for his in n-isnig
post office, panels post and banking
business, and the eld g'-ntleman ei
tainly does need it. Why riot get
busy and go after a government budd
ing? Other towns no better thin
Versailles get them, and surely Mi n k
leford has fooled awa enough mom
lOinglomakc the Osage n.ixig idle
lor catfish, and now. if he wants t"
keep in with M-ug.in County folks,
he must get an appropriation for a
SoO.OQO government building at V- r
sailles: and if he don't, we will el-- t
somebody who will.
Aldrii h slid he could run lh-' -eminent
to a saving of WJO.OOO.OOO :
I'afl said that sum ould be saw d
.i.,.lir mt.a.r ,. t -i ......... I .....I
' ' ' . - - 'J- I iil'i'i"J,' til' II'. .iii, iii j
if the lolks will pi-t arrange to save it
we can have deep walerw.ns. levees
thai will stop the floods, swamp lands
drained, dry lands furnished mois
ture, water power everywhere.
good road all ovci this gieat
Il is to be hoped that the golf items
will be less Ircjiieiit alter Man h 'Uh.
W lKon is said to play the game, but
he will surely lie aliln to find some
thing else mote interesting
I ii t.
According to the ret eiuly publish- j
ed report of Koyal I., ('obeli, f. S.
( oiiimissioner of liwein.d Revenue,
the consumption oi iiipioi and tobac
to is on the increase in this lountry.
The report states that a million unue
cigarettes were smoked during the
ipiarter than the corresponding tune
lol last yeai. and that the increase in
ithe nation's consumption of liipiois
ot the same period was 'loO.fJOO gal
ons. I'eihaps this increase is in
part due tot,he lact that this was t am
paign yeai. At any rate it reveals the
lai t that it leipnres inui h work beloie
il I .1 r..n i
j lie. ui.-s in ini: iuiiioii aie niiiy opened
to the a vltil effects from the use of
stimulants and nan otic s. (iospel
Tho Rovonprool Ono Standpatter
"Old 'Stpiire Ramsbottom has gol
an awful levengeful disposition," le
dared I'lp M ituliii ol Skeedee. "He
worked and rooted and argued and
wi mgleil ami clamored and took
straw votes and tore up hats
anil made claims, day and night, for
Tail's election, a"d now that its gone
against hi u he's mad all over, and
swears that hearalter, no matter what
happens, goshblasted if he'll turn a
hand to prevent it, but just set back
I i scornful silence anil let the infernal
'country go to the devil on greased
The Morgan County Republican
FOR 50 CENTS
Having1 decided not to
1 fw J- .1.
;U UOUIll Ol OUI
people of Morgan County,
gest kind of
The postoffice department has caused us to mark off
and set over on our deadhead list 115 names.. This(j
means the loss to us of $115 or more, and now we must!!!
hustle to make it
IUUIU J.li.1 J
propose to donate
ni splvfts. and until
to new subscribers,
THE MORGAN COUiNTY REPUBLICAN
l-'ir tho- who wuuKl lik. m r ii'adin- in.itti r wi oIUt
The Morgan County R.epublican and The Kansas
Weekly Star both one year for 65 CE.NTS. This offer
only to new subscribers, and until the
P. S. deiidhcriil ikhhI annlv.
skids il it wants O). lie done all lie
i mild and got n i thanks lor it. says
he, anil liou lie'' thiougll." I'A
Man is a pretty wise animal. He
has solved many problems, and as a
result he is mightily puffed up. lint
he has his limitations. He can figure
out to a fi.u Hon of a second when a
certain planet will cross the path of
nl . hasn't yet learned why birds
migrate, nor how they lly.
IP: (an put a lot oi wnetis .um
wire together and generate a fore- he
( alls el-i tricity. and with it h'' can
I hit he doesn't know what ehi tri
city is. nor why it is.
He can generate power at a given
point, convev it hundreds of miles
over a slender wire, and with it light
a metropolis 1
I'.u1. he has never been able to dis- :
cover how a lightning bug or a glow .
worm generates light without heat, j
He can build towering buildings, i
huge cathedrals, giant ships and im-j
mense bridges across broad and tur-
. . . . t ...i i i
Hut he can not make an egg. nor
exnlain whv the inside of a water-
melon is red, the out side green and
the seeds black.
He .an navigate the ocean and is
beginning to navigate the air
lint he can not stay the ocean's tide
nor divert the currents of the air.
Just about the time he gets puffed
up so big over his conquests of nature
that he is just about to explode with a
loud report, old Mother Nature smiles
and hands him a jolt that knocks all
the wind out of him. He's pretty big,
to be sure, but compared with what
he has done what he ha-n't done is
as a grain ol sand to the bulk of the
universe. The Commoner.
" k k t
tJIieimeS, OI lOVing" IrienQS
mankind generally the big-ife
a big bargain.
up, or so
V-U11I.U IU UVVUJ.V V V
the 50 cents to the
the 115 vacianpjRS
III 1 It 111 I ft
KIDWLLL & lALIiUI
(At Kiiluell's Ulil Maud. I
Will continue the I'ndertakin
We ate prepared to do all kinds o
epairmg, and liirnish Kiitiuttiic at
prices that will cause you to buy.
n e.xielleiit assoitineiit ol Caskets,
t.'ollins, Robes, Ktc, will be kept in
Prompt service, and salis
uaranleed. ('all on, or phone us.
KID WKL!L (PA TALbOTT.
Carriage rrimminy and Kr
pairin1; Neatly and promptly
ill Business 41 tears.
Harness, Bridles, Etc.,
Home 1 made, Hand-mad
Will meet all competition
in prices considering quality
of material and workmanship
Call and see me before
Versailles. - M'ssjuri.
Old Pupcrs for sale at this
fice. 20t: per hundred.
give up on ac
' r 9 9 t,
to offer the If;
the State of
of it as we can. It 9
UUMUUllMllUj JJ VV V '.('
arft fillfid wp nffor.
vacancies are filled. iq
l;lirnil(ire all kinds iup -in i
mil s.iti-factiou given.
Kinwi.i i. Tm.i.ih i.
Ion iittnie Stoii
D. L. WILLIAMS
OlliCf in New Odd I'ellnw llui; Ihu;
Kouiiis .'it .'!'
Prompt si twee .unl fust class wnik
to all parous I'lmiie i7.
One-Way Colonist Tickets to Cali
fornia and North Pacific Coast
Points, will be on Bale at very low
rates of fare daily, September 25
to October 10, 1912
Tickets are honored in
Tourist Sleeping Cars upon
payment of berth rate about
half that of standard sleepers
but fully as comfortable.
Choice of Three Routes
Via Colorado Scenic Route to Salt
Lake City thence Western Pacific
through the Grand Canyon of the
Feather River; via Colorado Scenic
Route to Salt Lake City and Ogden
thence Southern Pacific; via El
Paso and New Mexico the direct
route of lowest altituies and route
of the "Caliowlan" Wi connection
with the E. P. & S. W. and Southern
For Information, write or call.
Gt-O. A. MORGAN, -Agent