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DON'T FAIL TO
That you can get just
Furniture and Carpels
J. W. KIRK'S.
The Baldwin Pianos for Sale.
GliO. H. HUUUAKD,
5 HUBBARD & KMNAUGH,
5 Owners of tho only Complete Set of ABSTRACT
HOOKS of Morgan County, Missouri.
5 Heal Estate, Insurance aid Rental Agents.
J Special attention at reasonable rates to property
V of non-residents, payment of tuxes, etc.
$ 'Phone 51. Office, 1st Floor of Court House.
J VP:ilSAILLKS, MISSOURI.
. . LAWYER . . .
VERSAILLES, - MISSOURI.
Office in Lumpeo Block, over Bank of Morgan County,
Jtootns 1 and 2.
Price, aOOPer Bottle. 6 for 95.01.
PHr.PAHBD ONLY BY
BUNCETON, MO. j
For Sale in Versailles by
Muntzel Drug Co.
Versailles Drug Co.
For Salo in donated by
Wlion you have any hauling you want
done can on
Tho Old Reliable
He has good teatnH and faithful
drivers. Charges reasonable.
MONEY! MONEY! MONEY!
At lowest ralcii of Interest on real es
tate. See OlilJIS A PRICK.
J ForSalsby all
what you want in
Chah. W. Kavanauoh,
Notary and Abstracter.
Hired to IIiioiii ICeud.
J. H. Itlukman, formerly Mayor of
Scdalla, was in Versailles several days
this week representing Hickman's Lnb
oratoy which manufactures a Htaplc
hair tonic, while he also In traveling
agent for the Twentieth Century
Fanner, a journal published at Omaha,
Neb. Ex-Mayor Ulckuiitu Ih u ,'I'KJ
pounder and a mixer of no mean pro.
portions. He has been In over a dozen
counties throughout thin state within
thu past few months and has talked to
hundreds of Democrats. He 1ms no
hesitancy in stating that thu older ele
ment of the Democratic party in all
sections are for Joseph W. Folk for
(Joveruor, the seullment cannot be
changed unless something unforeseen
develops but It will have to be very
marked, even then, to cause a change,
lie declares that the rank and tile of
thu party will not allow thu few heal
ers and leaders to steal delegations to
the next Democratic State Convention,
and that no one or two men can carry
thu voto In his vest pocket. He was at
home in .Hcdallu when the Heed meet
ing was held in which the Kansas City
Mayor announced his candidacy for
thu nomination for Governor.
While Mr. Hickman has not a dlsrc-
peclful word to say of the Heed boom,
he took occaslou to Investigate thu
nature of the boomers who attended
tho Scdalla demonstration to do thu
whooping. The train had been char
tered, and thu major portion of thu
howlers were Kansas City employes
and young fellows out for a good time
who held free tickets and shouted
Uah! llah! Huh! Pool Ilahl Poo Hah!
Poo Huh! Heed's du man, Kali!" And
some of them were paid a dollar each
to keep up tho bedlam. They were
wild and wooley In their enthusiasm,
especially nfter they had spent their
dollars to whet up their dry throats.
This was a fair Illustration of the
element that In now making a noise
for Hoed and which U being Inspired
In an effort by the antl-Kollc machine
leaders to offset tho legitimate sentl
ment that prevails among the butter
class of Democratic forces who dumaud
Mr. Folk as the logical candidate to
lift the party above tho mire of boodle
lam and disgrace to which It has been
dragged. If the betUir sentiment Is
immcu, mo democratic party will as
surely be swamped. It Is Folk or no
body, with all honest voters through -
oui mo Biatc.
One Thousand Dollars hi Corn
In addition to tho corn show In this
county, to the list of premiums of
which tho Missouri World's Fair Com
mission has attributed 830 cash, will
be a chance to compete hi the Statu
Corn Show at which $1,000 In prizes
was offered. This State Corn Show
will be held In St. Louis. Prizes will
not be restricted to this year's crop,
but extend to any com In the crib. J,
II. Waters, Superintendent of Agricul
ture, has announced the list of premi
ums offered as follows:
While corn, best 100 cars:
First prize 8100
Second prize 75
Third prize SO
Fourth prize 40
Fifth prize 30
Sixth prizu B.r.
Seventh prize t!0
Eighth prize 15
Ninth prizu .. , 10
Tenth prize 0
Yellow corn, best 100 ears:
First prize 8100
Second prize 75
Third prizu 50
Fourth prize 40
Fifth prizi 30
Sixth prize as
Seventh prize "
Eighth prize , 1
Ninth prizu 10
Tenth prize ft
For thu best collection and display
of corn Of all kinds, not less than 100
ears of each variety, color or kind ex
hibited by uu individual or a county:
First prize 8100
Second prize 10
Third prize BR
For the best exhibit of large ears,
not less than 100 ears 35
For the best exhibit of long ears,
not less than 100 curs B5
For the authentic record of the
largest yield per acre, corn In
any year, area to be consid
No entrance fees will bu charged In
cither thu county or tho State shows.
One exhibitor may enter in all classes,
but cannot enter the same corn In
more than one class.
TO liXIUIIlT KHU! r Til AT WILL WIN.
1. tiood, sound, hard, ripe fruit.
B. Large, smooth, freu from scab
ind worm marks.
3. Stem, ealix, bloom on the fruit.
4. Handled with the greatest of
care and as Utile as possible.
5. Wrapped at once in tissue and
then In wax paper also.
0. Packed closely in boxes or bas
kets or barrels suitable for thu fruit.
7. Shipped at oueo to the nearest
H. Marked with owners name, post-
olllce, county and the variety of the
S). From thu tree to tho box or bar
Same wrapiiers free, from the Mis-
sour) oiiu's I-in r Commission. rilu
L. A. Goodman, Superintendent of
Horticulture, St. Louis.
Whili! ooeiiiiiir a box, ,1. C. Mount, of
Three Mile Jlay, N. Y., ran a tun penny
nail throiiL'h thu lleshy part of his
hand. "1 thought at once of all the
pain and soreness this would cause
me," lit) says, "and immediately ap
plied Chamberlain's I'.iiu Italtn and
occasionally afterwards. To my sur
prise It removed all pain and soreness
mil the mltireit purls were soon
healed." For sulu by Wlttun Drug Co.
Real Estate Transfers.
Hdhiiaiiii A ICava.nauoh, the Abstrac
tors, rutiurt ttia following transfers of real
untitle us Mod lor record In the Kucnrder's
ofllco of Murgun County, Mo., since lust
John P. Akin and wife to C. V. Tin
dell, 70 acres in Sec. 0, 41, In.
James li. Sllvey and wife to Charles
F. Elrod, 40 acres In See. BO, 41, 17.
Amos A, Knoop to F. D, Harrison,
und. M Int. In 80 acres in .Section B0
William Forman and wife to Eliza
Stephens, one lot in W. M of N. E. li
of Sue. 6, 4B, 17.
John Hollnway and wife to Geo. II,
Hubbard, H4 43 acres In Section 84,
Thomas K. Ilrown to V. I), Harrison,
104.37 acres In Sec. U, 4B, 17.
W. A. Kldwell and wife to J. A
Llveay, 30 acres in Sec. 7, 43, 17.
He Loarnud a Groat Truth.
It is said of John Wesley that ho
once said to Mistress Wesley: "Why i
.... - ...II .1.... l.M.l !.- . .
uu yuu wm null, uuiiii win name (.lung
over and nvor again?" "John Wesley,
because once telling is not enough." It
Is for this reason that you are told
again and again that Chamberlain's
Cough Kumcdy cures colds and grip;
that it counteracts any tendency of
1 Bu(l tmt It is pleasant and safe to take!
these diseases to result in pneumonia,
For bale by Witten Drug Co.
Gono on the Mule.
John Knell, of Oil th lie, was In Kan
sas City this week looking for stockers,
says tho Dover's Telegram. Mr. Snell
comes from wlutt Is, perhaps the great
est mule producing county In the whole
country and the heart of the great
Wule Industry of Missouri. He says
fanners and breeders In that section
arc now decidedly mule crazy, "Yon
needn't go to Callaway county with
any kind of a gold brick scheme this
year and try to make, It go," said he,
for the people ure so dead stuck on
mules that they arc the only class of
stock or ui tlclu of commerce that will
tnaku money fast enough.
'Oil trust stocks and gold mines sim
ply don't Interest the Callaway county
folks, for they are wedded body and
soul, to mules. Little colts, barely
weaned, are selling right on the farm
for 8U0 to 8100 per head and at this
rate you see It pays like everything to
grow mules. A few years ago wu
could not get that much for mules that
we had developed for three or four
years anil thoroughly broke. Four
hundred dollars per pair Is no prleu to
pay for good mules down our way.
Show mules are commanding 3250 per
head, and I know of one span thai sold
for $100. They will probably bj taken
to thu St, Louis fair and also to the
Hoyal this fall. You will see our coun
ty well represented at tho initio show
here In October. Wu have the stock
that will beat anything In thu world
and all wu want is a good chance to
show it where everybody will see It."
Who would keep their children In
good health, should watch for the I list
symptoms of worms, anil reni'jve tlieiu
with White's Cream Vermifuge It Is
the ehlldrens' best tonic. It gets diges
tlon at work so that their food does
them good, and they grow up healthy
and strong. BSu by Itton Drug Co.
Cheap Excursions to tho South
On Oct. BOth, thu Kansas City South
era Hy. (Port Arthur Itoiite) will run a
cheap excursion from Kansas City and
all stations in Missouri and Kansas to
Lake Charles, Khrcveporl, Itcaumont
and Port Arthur. Thu rate for th
round trip will be Slfi.00, limited from
date of sale, good to stop over on gO'
lug trip at all pmts un route, provided
limit destination Is reached inside of
days from dale of sale. This ex
continually low rale, together with
liberal stop over privileges allowed
should Insure a great crowd, especially
In view of the fact that this Is the
most delightful season of thu year to
visit the Southland. .Similar low rates
will probably bu placed In effect from
hits north und oast of Kansas City:
ask your ticket agent.
Every effort will be made by tin
Company to secure the safety and com
fort of Its patrons. All Inquiries icla
tlvu to desirable locations to visit or
other Information will lie cheerfully
furnished. Address either S. O War
nor, . P. .t T. A., F. E. Koesler, T. P
I. A. or J. II. Morris, T. P A., Kan
sas City, Mo. llos;cctfuly,
S. O. Waiinkii. (1. P. A T. A.
Mis Ida. M. Snyder,
Trtuuurrr ul llm
Brooklyn East Kml ArtClab.
" If women would psy more itUntlon to
thilr health wt would have more happy
wlvei, mothcri and daughter!, and If they
would obicrvc reiulli ihey would find
that the doctors' prcscrlpiioni do not
perform the many curei they are Clvea
' In toniultls with my drulit ha ad
vlitd McElrea'a Wine of Carduiand Thtd.
ford's Hlack-Uraughi, and 10 I took It and
have every rem to thank him lor a new
life opened up to me with restored health,
and It only took litre months to curt me.
Wino of Cardul is a regulator of the
menstrual functions and in a in out as
tonishing tonic for women. It cure
scanty, suppressed, too frequent, irreg
ular and painful msnstruation, falling
of thft womb, white and flooding. It
ii helpful when approaching woman
hood, during pregnancy, after child
birth and in chaiurn of life. It fre-
auentiy bring a dear baby to homes
iat bava boon barren for years. All
druggist have $1.00 bottles of Wine
Arc spoiled by using any kind of
preparation that fills the pores of tho
nlthi. The best way to secure a clear
complexion, free from sallowuuss, pho
nics, blotches, etc., Is to keep tho liver
In good order. An occasional dote of
Heroine will cleanse the bowels, regu
late thu liver, and so establish a clear,
healthy complexion. 50o by Wlttun
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
STATE OF MISSOURI, I k
County op Moiuian, (
In the Circuit Court, December Term,
Ernest 11, Hlllyurd, Plaintiff,
Krimiii 11. Umllh und Kunli A. Smith, till
wife, If llviug. or if duud then the un
known heirs, duvlsoei or grutilcos of
Erustui II. Smith and Sarult A. Smith;
Kuruh L. Miller, If living, or It dead
then thu unknown liolrs, dovlsuo or
grantees of the said Suruh L. Miller, De
fonUutits. Order of Puhlluutlon.
At tills diiv comes tho plaintiff herein.
hy Ids attorney, and tiles his petition und
iilllilavlt, alleging, among other thing'',
thai Uuftiniluii ts iiuroiu are not residents
f (he Stale of Missouri: und Hint tho
aid Kriistus II. Ktnltli mid Hitr.ih A.
Smith, If living, or If dead, then the un
known heirs, devisees or grannies of the
said Eraslus II, Mmltli und K.irali A.
Smith uro Interested hi tuo subject mutter
if tills action. Unit If tlio nalil lirustuu II.
Siullli mid S.irali A. Smith uro now tic
tiaed, tin; names of their heirs, devisees
or grantees cannot bu Inserted heroin for
lio ro.isoti that i hoy aio unknown to lliW
ilalntllf; ThutthuHUld H.uuh L. .Miller, if
i villi;. If dead then hur unlinotwi IioIik
ilevisees or gruiitcut are interested In the
uhlect mutter of this uvtlou. that II tlio
alii .Sarah L. Miller it now deceased the
names of hor heirs, tlovtsoes or irruiitei'-.
cannot bu inserted heroin (or thu i-imsoii
that thny are unliiiown to this plaiul.llT;
Wherefore, It is nnlorod by the Cleric In
vacation, that suld dofeiiduuls ho notiliuil
by pulilicatinii that plaintiff lias com
mention a sun uituinsi ineni in tint court,
lliti uhjucl anil Konoriil uutura of u hlcli Ih
to ooluln it ilnereo or title, illvostlin; l
fonilimls of all ilht. litlo, Interest, und
claim In mill t3 thu follotvlnu duscrlhoi!
rim north wsl. quarter of the south
west iiintrlor of Section Ten (10) In Towi.-
shin l'orty-ono (41) ituneo Seventeen (17i,
anil vesting tho h.iiiio In plalntlll hy Him
tat Inn. and unit, unless inn sum doroniliiiilt
ho mill appear ut tills Court, al tho imxI
term thereof, to ho boguii and hulilen al
thu Court House in tho City of Voi'Hiilllos.
In Miiil County, on tho I4tli day of Decern
her next, and on or before the llrsl d.tr o)
said tone, if thu term sliull so long eon
llniie mid If not, then on or before the
lust duy of suld torin unstier or plcnil t
the petition In said cause, the sanio ul'i
ho taken eonfesseil, anil Judgment will
bu rendered iiccordluidy.
And 11 Is further ordered, that a ennv
hci'i'iif lie published, iit'cordim.' to law, In
the Mniy.in County Democrat, u wee My
newspaper, ptihllshcd hi Moiyan County,
for four weeks successively, the last In
sertion to bu ut least 111) ihivs beforo the
suld lltli dav of December, l'J I).
W. J. Thomas Oh colt Clerk.
A True eopv from the Huronl.
t i run hijiv mini tun
)) Witness my I
sl.'Al.. nf llm Circuit
) Comity, this BU
Witness my uhiiiI, and Inn seal
Court of Moi'L'un
Bttth tiny of Auirust,
W. C. Thomas. Circuit Chirk.
M. HciiAXNiii', I), C.
A. B. KNIPMIEYER,
Olllci! formerly occupied by II, M.
Washburn, Second Floor Woods Ituilil-
F. P. JONES,
Kooui r, )aiiini)(Hi Itiillilliiir
It. K. KNLOK. V. II. KNI.OH.
SHONK NO. 74.
.H)KI. I. IIIIIIIIAItU, I'rt'xiilt'iit.
XV. XV. MdlHtU. Cuililr.
G. W. PCTTV.
W. T. PCTTV.
Dot's u ono' iil bunking businoHH.
dkalku in rum: OLD
AND OTHKH FINE WHISKIEH.
FINEST (JHJAHS AHE ALWAYS
to be found Ht the liar. Letup's
Premium HottleU mid Keg M't-r
itlwiiya in Block, also 1'ure A Icolml,
Country onlers solicited and promptly
FINE WINES A SPECIALTY.