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BANK OF VERSAILLES.
r!(toriM'l Statement of the Ihuilc of Vm'sallles, at Un
close of business, April U7, ltm:
Cash nml Hxclmnjfij -.2,203 1.1
Loans mul Discounts lnLonifl
Ileal rMalc, Furniture and Fixtures l.7l: H
Capital Stock paid In S an.noti on
Surplus . -11111 Undivided 1'roflts 1I.-I.UI5
Kills payable and ru-diseoitnts '.'l,I';'.i mi
Deposits' airs, 1 113 r.2
Total S'S71,Klll M
Jock. Kiro Proof
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. . . LAWYER . . .
VKUSAHjMSS, - MISSOURI.
Ollieu hi Lu m puis Iilorlr, over Manic of Morgan County,
Rooms 1 ami 2,
f X-Ct-'fc'fc''Vtl.'-'-k I Sl
0 Hp Mi
il f jts tf "V
I dirbu HEmew CO.. I
Siiln in Vursaillcs by
Muntzel Drug Go.
Versailles Drug Co.
Fvv Salo in (Mciirft.iil by
W. C. T. U. Department
This column is comliictcd and unih-r
the entire stijiervisloti of the Women's
Wilis' Ian Temperance Knion of Ver
sailles Salutiu keeper's Alvrtisciiiuiit.
Having opened a licensed shop for
the salts of liquur in this pUico, 1 am
braOe ithls opportuiilty of infoi tiiinf,'
you that, (i few years ajjo I commenced
tlie business of making drunkards,
paupurs and beufjars for the indtistri
Aius and iesiectablo for the community
I hhe.ll deal with familiar spirits,
which will invite mo to riot, robbery
and bloadshed, and by so iloiiitf dimin
ish tlie comforts, increasu the expense
a!v endanger the welfare of the com
I wib for ft small sum undurtake
upon short notice and with thu i;rcat
est expedition, to prepare victims for
the poor house, asylums, priboris and
the gallows 1 will furnish an artle
sulltil 'o the tastu which will lucrcJise
the number of fatal accidents, multi
pjy dlRticfsln dlfiea!cs and miiderlnjj
thoso romparativcly harmless Incur
ablu 1 will deal In druys which will
deprive sonic of, life, many of reauon,
mid most of property, and all o peace,
winch will cause fathers to become
Ilcndf, wives to become widowH, chll
(hen to become orphans and all to be
sonic great suitors.
L will tausc the rising Generation to
Vault, liisurtinett a'iiinst
WILL L. STEPHENS, Cashier.
amtftEKtimftftft v. kk a ft ft an ft
ow up In irtiuiatiec and provu a
'sauce to the nation
I will cause mothers to forsake their
children, nnd priceless virtue no longer
to remember its value.
I will endeavor to corrupt the millili
ters of the gospel, defile the purity of
the churches and cause spiritual, tem
poral and eternal death If any should
he so impel tiiieut as to ask why I have
the audacity to briiijj such au'Huun
lated misery upon a comparatively
bappy people, my honest reply is
I live in a land of liberty. I have
purchased the ri(jht to demolish the
character, destroy the health, shorten
the lives mid ruin the souls of those
who choose to honor me vtith their
patronage, come one. come all' I
pledge uiytclf to do all I have hen in
promised. Thou1 who wish any of the
evils above spreilleil brought upon
A themselves and their dearest fricliil.s,
pjaie requested to moot at my "bar,"
Inhere I will, for a few eent.r,, furnish
them certain means of iloin' so
I Jut'ontlut; a
The tidal wave of liquor prohibition
continue.) to sncep Texas. One bun
dled and thirty countius have voted
total prohibition and .V.i others have
That is the country internets are
piohihition and in the larger towns,
only like Dallas and Toil Worth is the
hale permitted. This leaves only S7
counties in which liquor is sold unre
stricted by any subdlvi.iional lines.
(!ov I.anliaiit is a htron prohibitionist
and in bcin looked to to help the
It would be hard to conduct family
prayer around a cise of beer.
The W. ;. T. U. will meet every two
weeks on Wednesday afternoon at i
ocloeu at tno iiaptist, i nut en.
Thu Younij 1'eopluV Heading (."nul
will meet at the home of (irejfe; (iuun
Saturday eve, Any, 1st at s o'clock.
The Loyal rJ'ciiiierancc Legion will
meet at the Presbyterian Chinch Kri
day alteruoon at 'S o'cloi:!:. Cliildien
come and learn sometliiiiir to yum
Ilev. W. I,. Kilcy, 1,. L. D. Cuba,
New York, writes: "After fifteen days
of everueiating pain Iuun sciatic rheu
mutism, under various tieatmeats,
was induced to try Mallard s .mow
l.iiiinient, thu lirst application giving
my first relief, and the second, entire
relief. I can give it unqualified rueom
inundation. L'!ju, S.V. and cl.uu at Wit
ten Drug Co.
A number of interesting railroad
news items from thu l'luaiaut Hill
Times will be. found below;
A steam mixer is working on the
Kock Island between hero and (irecn
wood making concrete for bridge
Many farmers In Jiunton county arc
making from S5 to SS m day hauling
rock from the crusher south of Wind
sor to tlie pew Jt. I. line.
Rock Island surveyors were working
between tlie liock Island and l.ultu
Leonard Tuesday. Thu new road will
probably take water from the lake.
A rock crusher is at worlc at tireun
wood crushing stone for the Itock Is
land, It will probably furnish all tho
crushed rock for tlie bridge work here.
Contractor Loveless' Itock Island
grading outfit which has been work
Ing near Leeds, passed through heri
Sunday bound for a point on tint new
road south of lloldcn, The outfit Is a
111); one mul created quite u stl r In
Tin) colored cooles In the rullronl
camps east of Colt; ('amp, mul our, or
two between there mid Windsor, went
mi a strike the early part of thu
liiorilh, They weru tfctlliiK- till) a
mouth, with two flunkeys each, lint
weru dissatisfied mid wanted 61 n day,
The vacancies were .supplied.
A new town is to ho platted on the
Kock Island in Johnson county. It
I will he called Lcroy. Lots will piob
i ahly he on wile hy Sept. 1st. It will
he six miles from Klujjsvllh-'.llve from
Latotir, between clyht and ten from
lloldcn, 23 from Chilhowei! mid about
10 or l'S miles from I'lcasaul Mill.
Win. McK'ay, straw lxm fo Con
tractor Hcrvjrceii who Is driving a tun
nel for the Kock Island tlirouc;h Itay
town hill, was killed by a blast in the
tunnel about 3 o'clock Sunday after
noon. MclCay working with a sdow
fuse on a lower level, didn't see the
sottim: of a time fuse above until too
late. When thu time fuse blast, ex
ploded MclCay was terribly mutilated
and instantly killed, the body beitiu;
buried under a deluge of rocks from
above. McKay was about 10 years of
age and Is said to have Inn! only om
known relative a brother, who cannot
be located. The body rests now in
what soon will be "an unknown
WJierc Thuy will Tosu:)i.
As all of our leaders are Interested
in the schools of Morgan county, wc
herewith present a list of schools in
the county with the names of the
toachcrs who b.'ivo been employed to
teach thorn the coming fall and win
ter. While this is not a complete list,
it Is correct an far as obtained. Any
others who may know of teat-hers em
ployed outside of the following, will
confer a favoi by sending us samu for
The liulfalo school will be taught by
Miss Stella Cooper will teach Aklns
Mim Ursa Hatfield will teach the
lames Tcdd will teaeli thu Walnut
.Miss (veil liurns will teaeli the new
No. 1 school.
ieorge N'apler has secured the
Sunny Side school will be taught by
Cleveland Todd bus seemed the
school at Self's Chapel.
I'raiiie Dale liaa secured the services
of Misw Mary Kameras teacher.
Hubert Short tenches the I'ralrle
Valley school the coming term.
Miss IjiiIii Sims has been employed
to teaeli the I Delisted scliool.
Miss 1'atinie I'olston bin 'been em
ployed to tench tht Oak (iiove school.
.1. l .lohiison will manage the St
Martin school this coining school
The directors of thu old No. I school
have employed Miss Nellie Allen for
the fall and winter.
MY. and Mrs. Jacob Cline contem
plate visiting relatives in Oklahoma.
Morn to Mr. and Mrs. William Italns
on the SOtli a ten pound b ly. Mother
and child doing well.
Jerome and John Welch found nnd
cut a bee tree last week from which
they have taken fifty pounds of line
'I'm.- haul wind storm tin nijht of
tli'j S3rd scattered the hay shocks all
i. eer the fields and the hard rain that
followed soaked them through.
The Osage Is rising again, we guess
the gasoline boat Lilly will get to ply
the watei; It has been laving up on
Hi-count of low waters since thu Hit.
Willie Williams of Toxica, Kan.,
the experienced coal miner, while
prospecting on Charles Sutton laud
struck a fine lead of coal. No doubt it
will prove valuable.
There will lie religious Ho.-vices at
tbu Willson grave yard tilt first Satur
day in August conducted by Hev. Dan
Driver. There will be dinner on the
ground after which they will clean oil'
the grave yard.
II. D. Summer met with a painful
accident while trying to shoe u w ild
horse. Thu horse kicked him down
hurling hU leg badly nnd tuu dharp
point of nail cutting a long dash in the
palm of the hand to thu bone.
alit In dlifc-ilion,
rej'iilale thu howelsand prevent hillouE
i altticlcn. For salo by Nltton I)
I Iruif Co
Of the General Fund of thu City of Ver
sailles, Missouri, from April , 1003, to
June .10, 1003!
Hnlance on hand April 0. I'.iu3. 3 OH 'S.'l
Taxes collected, 7 311
I.lcouses collected, 7i 50
I'liien collcctud, U'S 0D
Dog Taxcfi collcctod, 4'S 00
I'oll tax collected, H IK)
Kec'd from foreigu In.t. Tax, l.TI 80
l'aldold warrants outstanding,
M Win Diieev, night watcli,
t-'Si .1 W ltole.s, supplies 3 3D
Hannay X- Daniels, printing, u'l
,1 S lloyco, leeord. ordinanees, I DO
I M Clifton, room lent elec'ii, 1 M
Vur. Tel. Co, Tel. City Mar., 1 on
I C Sullens. salary C M... 'S,'. oo
T ',). .1 W .lohnson, street com r, SO S."
3. M Seoggins. woiU on streets, 7 ,M)
' .Ino .Mct'lain, work on streets, t' L'S
' llannay ,V. Daniels, sup. v. pl'g, lino
A ! llahei, sup and printing, 7 on
.1 S ltoyco, rcc. ordln ince, 1 on
W 10 McVey, sup iv. epress, .1 IS
sr. Win Duey, night watdi '.'() D )
II 2 I. M llass, speei.'il police, 3 DO
' S 1' Wilson, special police. I ."()
' Slim in. Nobles, special police, 1 fid
" M T Illiiekhurn, spec, police, 3 .1(1
" llaunay.C D.uiii.-ls, sup . pt'g, 'S r.O
" .1 W Johnson, street work, 17 30
" .las Meadows, street work, ,'i 00
" U W Davidson, street work, SOD
" I, M iiasH, work on sikewalk, 1 ()')
" .las Murray, work on sidew'k, 1 no
" Sedalla l'rlnt. Co. tax books, SH OH
W 1-1 McVey, Issuing dug tags - "
" I'' II Williaiim, evpress. -15
" J C Sullens, coI'I'iilt dog tax, 7 t.O
" C I) Hunter, supplies, 1 Si)
" Ver. Tel. Co, Tel. City Mar, 1 00
" II Williams, stieel, worlr, 3 .V)
(Hi .1 C Sullens, salary C M Sr. I
0-13 J W Johnson, salary sir com 3.1 00
" .las Meadows, v'l on streets, 1 s.'i
fi-lil .las Murray, work on streets, II 3R
" .las Meadow, stieet work, ) l
" II I'reneli, street woili, 3 75
" .las Meadows, stieet work, 7 50
" Surrey Woods, street work, H "t.'i ,
" Taylor Jtiines, stieet work, 3 10
" Mart Davis, stieet work. 1 25
" John Lafever, street work, 7 SO
" .1 W Johnson, street woik, 3o 00
" J ; Sullens, col. dog tax, I .Ml
" W H MeVey, li-sulng dog tags, la
ii-'S3 C II Kudus, special police, 1 50
" Wm Ducey, kill'g stray ilogs, 3 1.0
(i ".t Win Dueey, niglit watch, SO 00
I1-3U Italance on hand, 3 a 10
Total, 52S 3,-.
Dili- on oiitstainling wartauts is
sued prior to 1-0, JsU I, 3 I 50
r.-'SS I' II I'adgett, room intele'n, 1 50
(i-'J J W Dioingold, str. lumber, 5 OH
5-S3 S II lirysdale, grd'g prisoners, 1 50
i'i 'SS .las Meadows, strrev wotk, 7 IS
" D C Hardy, jr, stieet. work, Hi 2.1
Duo Versailles spec, road (list. 1IH7'
Total, 155 HI
statu or Missorni. i
CofNTV OI' MoliOAN, V ss,
City of Versailles, )
I, W. Klliott MeVey, Clerk of the City
of Vi.'rsailles. Missouri, lieiehy eeilify
that the foregoing Is a true .sta'i ineiii
of the recti pis and e.peinlit ores of tile
said Citv i f Vers.iiiK's, Missouri, from
April 0,'tOOI, to June 30, 1003. And I
further eeitlfy that the above statu
ment of Indebtedness is as collect n
can lie fiirnishtd 1 1 out the recoiilsof
inv olllee as said f lerk.
In ti-stimonv wheieof, I liavo
Inr.Al.1 hereunto -et inv hand as Cleik
witlt tlie seal of said City lien to
alllxeil, this liih dav of July. 1003.
W. ki.l.iorr Mi Vi.v,
A sallow nmiiih.'jiiiin, li.7.ini'j,
biliousiii'S.i ami a coateil t ,e'iui
are common ltnltuaticinn ut liver
und kidney div,i,e:i, .Stonia'ii an
bowel trouhlcH, severe ai they arc,
L'ivi- imnioiliatu warning by j ,:i lit. X
but ller iiiul hiihiov tioul'lci,' f
tboiitb lens riainful at the Ht.-irl. ,tre
iiiui.it iii.iitr, u, villi. iiHiiiwm n
lllnc!-I)railijht never fniln to bene
fit di.te.'iiic J liver mid v.-i i.kei 'il kid
i 1 1,., t ' I 'v ... 1 r. ..l' ,
neys It stirs up the tori ul liver
tu throw nil' the irermt of fever and
ntfiic. It i'i a curtain j.rm i iiti.e
of cholera and llrif.'htS ilin n u of
thu kidneys. With kulnert
inforced by I hi'tltnrds IJIiiek
I)rainhtth(iiiRand.iiif pi mens have
dwelt illinium) in the iiinlut of i el-
low fever. Many f.t i ihci luo in
pet fxct health nnd huve nu other
doctor than 'i'hi'dlorVi lil.iil-.-
Iirauulit. It iealwayj on hand for
nan in nn einirjciicy and h.ivkm
many expeusivu call', of a doctor.
Mullin. S. C, Asrch 10, VM.
I have used ThtdfurU'i llljcK-Drtiiclil
(or three yen tndlhwt nut imltoifd
to a doctor Jlnc I have heen Ukimtll.
It ii the beit medicine fur in; tlut Is
on the markit lor liver an.l kldr.cy
trouhlet ard dyipcpila ard other
tompblnti. Kcv. A. G. LllWIS.
This has long been regarded as ono
of thu most dangerous and fatal ills
cases to which lufantt are subjoet, It
can be cured, however, when properly
treated. All that In neceisary Is to
give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, as
dltected with each bottle, and a sttro
cure Jh certain, l-'or sale, by Wlttcn
FACTS HOIIiHI) DOW.V,
Chill sells Herntaiiy 31 w, 000,000 worth
a year of nitrate of soda for use In for
tllb.urii. W buy from Ilritlsh India 5?2r,,7sO,O0i)
a year, or olglit tlmcn ati mitvh as vro
soil that country,
A flnglo stable lit which a horse l
kept will supply house llien for an ex
Hallway employes and their famUle
make up f per cent of the population of
the ITiiltcd States,
Cam on the Indianapolis Sr. Mitnccy
electric line are to he sclii'dulcd at 35
mile In the open country.
HkickheniN, pimples, gieasy face
and muddy conplexious, whicli are. so ,
common among women especially girls
at a certain age, dyst toying buautv,
dlsllgiiring and making repulsive fea
tures which would otherwise appeal
attractive and letlned itiilicatu tttat
the liver is out of order. An occasional
dose of llcrbine will clearisu tile bowels,
legulate tin) liver and so establish a
clear, healthy complexion. 50c at Wit
ten Drug Co.
Dl,.Moi;i!AT, and the KansiiHCity
daily, for 32.50.
Niuv and tip-to dtitti lino of
. . . Stationery
'I'lm coitocu tltitii,' in ul Uu Intcsl;
styles. A Iso it f,' ret it variety of
Tooth Hruslie.s and Toilet, Arti
cles a.:d an assortment, ot L'odtui..
Come in and see, even if you do not
wish to purchase.
Dltn. Wi.1,1. H olljie in Hie rear.
Your patrmage solieited.
A. 8. KN1PMEYER,
Olllee forini'i iy occupied by If. ,U,
Washburn, Si cowl Floor Woods lluild-.
Crowns & Bridges. .
H. K. ENLOE. D.D.S..
mi. i, ii. in iiiiAitn, I-, i , i, i. mi.
v. v. jkioki:, ('Hiiiier.
a, W f'CTT7,
W. T. PCTTV,
BAM Of 10B6AN COUNTY
Dons a ;;enocal banking liiisimtsH.
KELLY J. CALLiCOTTE",
and Ocnlist. ,
Olli ce with I). C. Ilaidv, ,lr., at. thu,
Livery statde. 'l'lione ',11. (,'alls
in dUeiises of or aeeidelit to
horses if'ven prointit atten
t i-n and t ri'iiiiiK'iit,
1)1 AI,i:V IN I'l UK MM)
AMD OTIIMl I INU V. IIISKIKS.
IM,-r ClO.VltS AIT. ALWAYS.
10 ti) ii'iiint ui me oar. i . 1 ' 1 11 1 ' 1 1 1
l'rminiiiii I'littled 0 i.-i K'i'i: liter
ulvvuss in ittoel,, also i'tito A lei hoi.
(-.tii.i i oidcra siilicitcd ami promptly,
ALF. 1:1 111 IMEIVi AIM,
fin': v'JHF.5. a.. :-;i-,s';i.L3"f'