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Furniture and Carpels
J. W. KIRK'S.
Thfi "Rn.lrHviTi Pinnns for Rb.Ia.
Gko. If. HuiHfAKD, CilAS. W. Ka VANAUOII,
Notary Public. Notary and Abstracter,
HUBBARD & KAVANAUGH,
Owners of this only Complete Set of AIJSTKACT
BOOKS of Morgan
Special attention at reasonable rates to property
of non residents, payment of taxes, etc.
'Phoni 51. Cilice, 1st Floor of Court Uou.se
. . . LAWYER . . .
VERSAILLES, - MISSOURI.
Ollice in Lunipee Block, over Hank of Morgan County,
Rooms 1 and 2.
g Ma, &C0 Per Bottle 6 for $3.00. j
U'AHliD ONLY BY
.LUMUIII IIIIUIUIIII UU.i f
fi inn I : f I aiai iiiiiiiii iiii
j BUNCETON, MO. jj
For Sale in Versailles by
Muntzel Drug Co.
Versailles Drug Co.
For Sale in Cilensted by
Unusually low rates to Colorado,
lullowstotie Park, California ami great
Northwest. Descriptive matter and
particulars Union Pacific H. It. Co.,
103 pllvo St., St. Louis, Mo.
'ilie Commoner (ltryan's paper) for
Ih rcu montliK and Tnr. Dvmociiat for
iiie year, both parera, for 81.50. fc'ub
rwSale by all
I Drag f prStorcs
rnnnn iirmnuir fin
Kll MPR I Wlf lllURtf I. II
what you want in
I'rolmto Uoiirt Proceeding.
All work done In vacation approved
liy Hit; court.
Final settlement made in the estate
of .lull u A. Iiulur showing balance due
in estate of .Joseph Stephens, Klijah
and L'.llic Adams, minora, annual .set
tlement made, showing balance of
31 IS rl.
In the matter of estate of William
Henry and Amanda Josephine lii own
ing, annual settlement made, allowing
balance of Sr.rr.2l.
Demand of J. 11. llouucll vs. estate
of llliam Gray, deceased, allowed in
sum of 811.40.
Demand of (iustuv Duuber vs. estate
of Hiram Gray, deed., allowed 12.r.o.
Demand of C. K. Fry vs. estate of
flirnm Gray, deed., allowed fclU.SD.
Demand of .1. W. McCoy vs. estate of
Hiram Gray, deed,, allowed SO.r.0.
Demand of Win. L. Cox, Sr. vs. estate
of Hiram Gray, deed., allowed 5.3.1.
Demand of Katbau French vs. estate
of Hiram Gray, deed., allowed 33.07.
Annual settlement in estate of James
A. Foxworthy continued. Order of wale
renewed aud day of sale- set for Octo
In the matter of the estate of Henry
I)., Nannie C, 1!. F., Hose K., G. W.
aud Dorsey 1'. Hays, minors, annual
settlement made, showing balance of
Annual settlement made in estate of
Guh Dempskoy, Insane, made, showing
balance due of (M, fill). I
Annual settlement confirmed in es
tate of Archie Jones, minor.
Demand of II. N. Keuvil vs. estate of
Hiram Gray, deceased, continued until
Demand of I. M. Gray vs. estate of
II I r fun Gray, deceased, coutiuued uutil
Annual settlement continued In c
tale of Heverly E. aud Helen 1'. John
Annual settlement made In estate of
Hrnest, Kverctt, Otto, Janie, Jesse and
Klizabuth Lcfcvur, showing bulance
due wards of 8342.58.
Annual settlement made in estate of
Ferdinand, Herman, Emma, Mine and
Lewie Koek, miuois, showing balance
due of 9'.i4.'i.(JO.
In estate of Jobanu Henry WuliT,
deceased, notice of proof of publication
of notice of letters filed.
Demand of Charles V. MeGorder vs.
and ol unarles NY. Muiionler vs. I unu o. v, sjucnaium oi ncuaiia, is su
of Lucretla Uuukluy, deceased, I purlutendcut, is arranging under the
continued until October 5th.
Demand of M. L. MeGorder vs. estate
of Lucre tla Iluckloy, deceased, con
tinued until Oetolwr 5th,
In matter of estatu of Mllle, Mamie,
Virginia and lleuluh Moore, mlnoiv,
annual settlement made, showing bal
ance of S2.ti71.17.
Final settlement made In estate of
Mamie Peoples, a minor, showing bal
ance duo ward of 822.1. '.to. Curator iHs
chiirged. Filial settlement made lu estate of
Margaret Meyer, deceased, showing
balance of 3304. 84. Curator discharged.
In estate of Llllic Moore, a minor,
now of age, llual settlement made,
showing balance of 8878.UI. Curator
Annual settlement in estate of Jos
eph Loganhlll, a minor, continued
Order of sale made in estate of Alpha
It. Clint:, minor.
lleports of salo filed in estate of Hev
erly K. , aud Helen IV nn Johnson,
In estate of George K. Robertson,
minor, annual i-ettlemcht made, show-
iui; balance of 5401.00.
Annual settlement made in e.itate of
Amy Robertson, minor, showlug bal
ancu of SI 14. 5!).
Annual settlement made in estate of
August Nolle, deed., showing bal
ancc due of SI , I IU.0J.
Iti estate of Marble Ritchie, minor,
annual settlement made, showing bal
uncc of 8'S2,'..7U.
Demand of Israel Luakcuhill vs. cs
tatc of Ullhha Taylor, deed., dl.smlbsed.
i'roof of publication of notice of final
settlement made and filed in estate of
Mlisli.t Taylor, deceased.
Proof of publication of notico of let
ters made and llled in estate of August
Annual settlement made in estnte of
Johann Henry WullT, dceeated, show
iu; balamco of 81,71ta.H'J.
Filial suttlemeut made in estate of
Klishu Taylor, deceased, :howiriL bal
ance due estate of 8110.0!!.
Order of distribution made in estate
of Klisha Taylor, deceased.
I'roof of publication of notice of let
teni made In estate of Clirlbllou
Proof of publication of notice of let
tors filed in estate of Oconto Bauer
Pi oof of publication of notico of let
tern made in estate of Thomim llowser.
In the matter of tliu ostutc of Henry
1). aud Mamie C. llayi, minors, now of
ae, dual Kcttlcmcul made, showing
balance duo each ot KU.'I.UI.
Inventory, upprnisement aud sale
bill presented in tin: estntu of Thomas
Court adjourned to Sept. 2, 100!i.
A Remarkable Record.
Chamberlain's Cough P.erncdy has a
remarkable record. It has 1 en lu use
for over thirty years, during which
time many million bottles have been
sold and used. It has long been the
standard and main reliance in the
tieatmunt of croup in thousands of
homes, yet during all this time no ease
has ever been reported to the manu
facturers iu which it failed to effect a
cure. When given aw soon as the cliild
becomes bourse or even as soon as the
oroupy eougli appears, it will prevent
thu attack. It is pleasant to tanc,
inanv children like it. It contains no
opium or other harmful tmhslaucu and
may tie given as conlmently to a tialiy
an to an ailult. l'orsaleny vwucti
Wwrlri'H Fair Nuvvn.
A 11UA.NI1 NXW MININfl DIHl'I.AV.
Mining Htates, have, as a rule, per
manent mining displays which are
used at expositions from year to year.
The Bame exhibit which did service at
Chicago and Omaha and liuH'alo will
bu seen at St. Louis. Missouri has no
such permanent mining display but
must rely upon tpceiinens gathered for
St. Louis by thu department of mining
of the Missouri World's Fair Coiumls
bion, of which M. T. Davis, of Spring
Ue.ld, is the chairman ami II. II, Gregg,
of Jonlln, thu Superintendent. The
Statu will notsulTcr, however, because
of the lack of the mining display, for,
from specimens already gathered, the
display of Mls'ouri'.s minerals will be
unsurpassed. Among these specimens
Is one of jack weighing 1,700 pounds
which Is (15 per cent pure metallic zinc.
This will aid iu demonstrating that
Missouri leads the world in vdnc.
TO I'llOTOOitAHf MlHHOlllil cniiooi.ri Ami
Missouri se.hooln and Bchoul-chlldrnn
uro features of tho Statu which will go
far toward setting tho Stale In high
example, before the eyes of its neigh
bora. Accordingly, tliu department of
education, of which Judge J. II. Haw
thorne, of Kansas Cty, Is chairman,
Missouri World's Fair Commission, to
present In album form at the World's
Fair, pictures of every bdiool house in
Missouri, with teachers and children
lu the foreground. The Idea Is a new
ono Hurt has received favorable com'
ment from school men federally. The
albums will contain 10,000 plctureu.
TKN LUTI.K I'KIH'F.H.S AT TIIK MIHilOt'ni
Amon the highly Inturostitic nnd
instructive exhibits of Missouri's de
partment of horticulture at the St.
liouls World's Fair next year will bo,
Indeed, one of "Tun kittle Peppers and
How they Grow." The department of
horticulture of the Missouri World's
Fair Commission, of which It. II. Hon
foey, of Iliilouville, is chairman and D.
. Goodman, superintendent, has al
ready collected at .St. LouIh a splendid
showing of Missouri's horticultural
productii, embracing ten different vari
eties of peppcrii varying in size from
the little "Tom Thumb" variety to the
old-fashioned, non-commercial, sort u
foot in circumference. All colors are
represented, too: yellow, red, green
and brown, and the attractive display
of the well-preserved colors is among
the llrht things that sei.c the eyu of
the visitor to the laboratory. Mr.
Goodman is much pleased with the re
sults of bis experiments In maintain
ing the natural eolor if the pods, At
first he was apprehensive of their
change of coat, but after three weeks'
test lie believes they will hold color
through the! Imposition period.
llusides thu St. louls collection,
r.pleiiilid displays have been received
at Springllebl, Kansas City and Colum
"I have been troubled with my stom
ach for the past four yearn," says D. I..
Ileault, of Clover Nook Farm, Green
Held, Mass "A few days ago I wan
induced to buy a box of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. I have,
taken part of them and feel a great
deal better " If you have any trouble
with your stomach try a box of these.
Tablets. You are certain to bo pleased
with the result. Price 25 cents. I or
cale liy Witteu Drug Co.
For a bilious attack take Chamber
Iain's Stomach itid Liver Tablets and
a quick cure, is certain. For sale by
Witten Drug Co.
A walk may improve your appetite,
but a tramp will cut you out of house
The dead march is not, necessarily
the ono that the musicians have mur
Uia Lifo Saved by Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
"15. h. liyer, a well known cooper of
this town, says he believes Uiilmber-
lam'.s Col e. Cholera and Dmrrlioea
Itemed v saved his life l.'iit summer. Hi
had been sick for a month with what
the doctors call bilious rtyw ntery, mid
could trot iiot.biiiL' to do Him any goon
until lie tried this remedy. it gave
him immediate relief." mivs H. 'I'. Lit
tle, merchant. Hancock. Md. For sale
by Witteu Drug Co.
C'instlnstian Is Jiothhu? nitiru i
1 than n cWainv if tlio Low cla t
' undnothlnili)th(in vilnl fctaa-
nation or death if not relieved.
If vuy eenatipatra sufersr
could rcslizn that ho allowing
poidonou filth to romshi in hn
Hjntem, hn would ston osl relief.
Conslipotiou invites nil klud of
contagion, i.lendachu, bilious
ntHf, colds nnd iftany other nil
monti dlarpcar when oonjtl
nattd Imwcu arorHev(rt. Hied-
flird's lllacli-Dranght thorotJtjhly
chant out thu hotels in an en; y
imd naturnl manner without tlio
nuryirig of calomel cr otlir r vio
Jo sura that yon pet tbe oriBl
nal Tluslforrt's Hfank-Drnughl.
made by Tho Chattanooga Mcdi
ciitoCo. Sohl by all drugqitts lu
20 oeut and $1.(50 packaaos.
k.. Mir 1. 1001.
PrsutjkltooliMilir. I k"P Ul ar Imxis
II Uietlias vA I tio smiiI II for tk bat
Us jsn. I siicr got mv tU4rn
f tithrr Usstliti. I thlnki I cgulil
privr u biiiv w wuik frunuui n
us mmmI sf I lit? tronMii! WIM
, (naiueaUMi. lour mimtuie Hi
ill Uiit tMliS n. '
K. n. ncrsKbAiiu.
liaised From the Dead.
C. T Landls, "Porter" for the Orien
tal Hotel, Chanute, Kan., says: "I
know what It wss to sufler with neu
ralgia, deed i did, and 1 got a bottlu of
Mallard's Snow Diuinietit and I wart
"raised from the dead.' I tried to iret
some more, but before I had 'deposed'
of my bottle, I was cured entirely. I
am tellln' do truth loo," 25e, 50c and 81
at Wlttcn Drug Co.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
STATU OF MISSOURI, I
Cou.VTV or MoltdAN. J
In the Circuit. Court, December Term,
Knicit II, Illllyiird, l'liittitlft.
Krastus II Smith and S.irMi A. Smith, Ida
wife, If living, or If tload then tliu tin
known liolrs, dcvlsaes up grantees of
F.iastua II Smith mid Harali A. Smith;
Sarah L. Miller, If living, or If dent
tl.cu tlio unknown lielri, devlseei ur
grantees nf tlio snlJ Sarah L, Miller, Do
fondants, Order of Publication.
At this day eiitnoi the plaintiff herein,
by till atliirney. and lllu Ids petition and
itfitiliivlt, alleging, anions oilier tliln,
that UcfomlutiM unrein uro not residents
of hn State of Missouri i unit Unit tlm
said Krastus II. Smith and Sarah A.
Smith, If llvintf, or if (load, then the un
kuown heirs, devisees or grantees of the
said Krastus II Smith ami Sarah A.
Smith are Interested in the subluul matter
of Oils action, that If the sai.l Krastus II,
Smith and S.irali A. Smith are nuw de
ceased, the names of tholr lielrs, dnvlieo
or grantees cannot bi Iti&urted herein fur
the reason that they ate unliiiow n to thic
nlaltitllT; That thusuld S irali L. .Miller, if
living, if dead thnn her unknown heirs
dtiMscos or gruutiies aro intt'iosln.l hi tlm
subjeul matter of this action, that if the
said Jsarali u Minor Is now der.easnd thn
iniinci of her huirs. devisees or crantens
cannot lie Inserted heroin for the ruason
una they are tinUiioivn to tills plaintiff,
Wlmrefnro, It is onli-rod hv the Cknlt in
vacation, that sit Id dofniulaiits bn iiotihed
by imhlicallon that nlaliititT has cum
nioneoil a suit against thoai In thlt court,
the ahjiiet. and Kumiral uitluru of which ir
to olitnlii a iloerco of title, investing du
femlaats of nil ilplit, title, Inierost and
claim In and to tlio fulluwlng ilonirlbod
rim nortli wrst nuarlur of tho south
went quarter of Suction Ten din la Town
ship I'orty-ono (II) Karigu Hoventern (IT),
mid vestliiK the name lu plaintiff by linii-
lauon, aim mat uniuss the said dofomlanU
be ami appear ut this Court, at the noxt
term thereof, to bo beifiui and holdon at
tliu Court Homo In tito (Jlty of Vnrxulllcs.
In kald County, on the Itlli dny nf Durum
bor next, and on or before tho llrsl day ol
s.tlil term, If tint term shall so lonir ctia-
titiiio nnd If not, then en or befoifi the
last day of said term - answer or plead to
the petit inn In said ennso, tlm muno will
In taken us confessed, mid tudirmcnt will
bo minified nceonllmdy.
And It Is further ordered, that a l-oiiv
hereof bn published, an'onlinc to law. In
tho Moriran County nmnoerat, a wnc.l.ly
notvspiipor, publlHiii-il In Mnrgnn (Viiinlv,
for four wceits mieee.hslvely, tlm last lii
sertlou to bo at least .'W days before the
said llth dav of IVnotnhflr, p.rn.
. (,'. TnoM.i.i Circuit Clerk
A Truo copv from tho Kerord.
1 U'itnoss inv huud, and tlm seal
ur.vli. Voflliu (Jireuit (,'ourt of Murgau
L'nuiity, this unik day of Aumi'st.
V. (J. Tiioms, (Circuit Clurlt.
Ily I. M. Scihnsti', I). (;.
A. B. KNIPMEYER,
Ollieu formtd-lv oi'cuiiled bv II. M.
Washburn, Second Floor Wootls lliiild-
F. P. JONES,
Itooui r, Llllilliee liulli
I U.K. Bnloi:
F. II. IOnloi:.
PHONE no. T4.
iMIKI. I). II tilt HA III, rrrsldi nl.
V. W. MOIIIIi:, i'iishler.
O. W. KTT.
W T. PETTY,
Does ii s-'eneral banking bu.iincss.
DKALKW IN l'UItF, OLD
AND OTIIICi: t-'INK WHISK IKS.
FIN KM" CICAIfS AUK ALWAYS
to bu found ut thu bar. I.eiup's
Pridiihtlii liottled and Keg Peer
always in stock, iilsn Pure A Icohol,
Country oniei'H solicited nnd prompiiy
, FINE W1MES A SPECIALTY.