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title: 'Morgan County democrat. (Versailles, Mo.) 1900-1906, October 23, 1903, Image 8',
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GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Tim Teachers' Association met hi
regular convention October 1.1th, und
after an address delivered by Com'r
,1. I'. Johnson, the body proceeded to
affect un organization, clvctltiff Com'r.
J. F. Johnson, chairman, and Wray
Witton, secretary of the convention.
The program for the day was taken
up, I'rof. Livesay delivering the ad
dress of welcome. I'rof. Gwinn (I'rof,
Stiontr liclnir nbicnt) addressed the
teachers on "The Development of the
Child's Mind." The afternoon was
spent in the discussions of the various
iicstlons outlined In program, in the
evening i'rof. (iwinn delivered ft lee
lure to the teachers at Kraus' opera
October 10th A motion was made
and seconded to appoint a committee
on resolutions. The committee ap
pointed consisted of A. Kellner,
,lohn II. (Jelira, T. .1. lirovvn, Augusta
Temme and (Veil Hums Program was
carried out as outlined, eaeli point be
ing discussed to the teaehtirs' satisfac
tion. In the evening I'rof. (inss lec
lured to the teachers at the court
October 17th The teachers met and
after a short talk by I'rof. (lass, the
teachers heard resolutions and passed
on same, after which the teachers ad
Wiiav Win'K.v, Secretary.
i:i:soi.i;tion.s Alton ki.
We the committei! of the Teacher's
Association of Morgan County, Mo.,
adopt the following resolutions:
1st. itesolved that we e.xpiess our
humble and heartfelt thanks to our all
wise Creator for his manifold blessings
and trusl that thiough our faith in
him we as teachers may be enabled to
lead anil diicet aright those intrusted
to our eaie.
'.'nd. That we extend our thanks to
Professor Joseph M. (iwinn for his very
able educational explanations and lec
ture.! while with the teachcia of Mor
gan county in their Association,
:ird. That we thank Miss Laura
Decker, Miss F.muia Hardv, Mi-s Ver
gii! MeClauahan and Miss Mabel Liv
ingston for their model lessons in num
bers, language, physiology ami read
ing; and all others who helped In any
way to make the Association entertain
ing and profitable.
lib. That we thank the City-board
of Kdiicalion for the use of the school
building ;md the Sheriff for securing
the circuit court room for the use of
the Teachers' Association.
.'ilh. That we the teachers of Mor
gan county do heartily endorse the
change from the Teachers' Institute to
the Teaeheis' Association.
nth. That we extend our thanks to
the county boaid of education (or their
untiring efforts in making our Associa
tion a success.
7th. That we thank the press for
the interest shown in our work and
tlie assistance given us in the past, by
publishing all articles of educational
t nte rest,
!th. That the citizens of Versailles
hln. old encourage educational work, in
our county, by attending such lectures
as those delivered by Professor .1. M.
(Iwinn and Kditor II. A. (lass.
tith. That wn thank lion. Conway
,1'iues for his able talk given us on the
loth. That we endorse the Missouri
Nihool Journal as the organ of the
teachers of the state, and that in order
U keep abreast with the times and se
Ctiie. the best results In our schools we
recommend that It be one of the school
papers found on the desk of every
teacher In the. county.
Ilth. That we the teachers- of Mor
gan county thank Professor Llvesay
for his very able talk on the different
hubjeets which the teachers weie dis
cussing. mh. That we thank Kditor II. A.
(ass for the useful Information given
Ui the teachers.
111th, That these resolutions lie pub
lished tn each of the county paper-,,
Committee: A. F. ICellner. T. .1.
Ilrown, John (Jchr. (jtiita Teiniue and
Cecil It. Hums.
"It Coos Right to tlio Spot"
When pain or Irritation exists on
(Uiy part of the body, the application
of IlillaidV Snow Liniment will give
p-omnt relief. "It goes i Ighl to the
spot," mid an old man who was i nh.
h.ng It in. to cure his rheumatl-m 0.
K Smith. I'ropr. Smith House, Tenalia,
'Jexiis. wiltes: "I have used Hallurd's
pii.ow. Liniment In my fatuily for sev
eral years, and have fo'tind it to be a
11 ie remedy. f,ir all aches, and pains.
Mitt I r commend It for pains In the
lino it and chest." sse, r.oe und 61 hv
WiUen D,uj Co,
The papers of llonham, Texas, give
full u ceo unto of the marriage of C. M,
Falrlcv. formerly of this city, and Mlm
Florence Patterson, daughter of Mrs.
John Luton. The ceremony was per
formed by Hev. C. M. Harless at the
First Methodist Church In llonham.
The happy couple departid at once
for Helton, Texas, where the groom
has charge of n jewelry store, and
where they will reside In the future.
Mr. Falrley went to llonham about
three years aj?o and worked In the re
pair department of J. A. Owens' jew
elry store. He remained there two
years, then went to Waco and from
there to Helton, He Is an excellent
young inuii of exemplary habits, and Is
worthy of the love and confidence of
the young lady whom he has chosen as
a companion. They were the recipients
of many beautiful pre&cnts.
The bride is the eldest daughter of
Mrs. John Luton, and is a beautiful
young lady and has, by her kind and
lovable disposition, won a large circle
of close friends.
Mr. Fairloy is the adopted son of
Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Fuirley .f this city
and has the esteem of nil of our citl
sens, who will join the Democrat In
wishing the couple a happy and pros
perous wedded life.
IColl of Old Settler.
The O.il Settler's Association of Mor
gan County, which was organized in
Ibis city recently, seems to have struck
a popular sentiment among the older
citizens of the county, as they are now
making a splendid showing with T. It.
Townley, Secretary, and L. .1. Haugh
man, President of the Association.
They now have 1 3d names enrolled, yet
Very little soliciting lias been done,
liclow we give a partial list of those
who have enrolled:
I I'.d Mm.
lames Kate i If
W It Uatclill"
II C Mob'cv
L J liaiigliiimn
I'cter M Mdcbottom
James K hstos
I V Livingston r,M
I M Williams 3(1
T It Tuwulev til
Margaiclh Kan km M
C C Merriott ., !U
J M McClanahaii (i'i
Or C m (iuiiii SO
Mrs (i M (i mi ti V.'
J S Tliriislon
Mrs J W Livingston ,
Mrs Virginia Mcl'.'ur. .. . ,
W A lit .well
Matilda Siinvltobinsou. . ,
W L Cox
.1 K l'orter
A S Dune
A J I'ai sons ,
C C Decker
Simpson Mri'oi v
Dr T U lindges"
(J A i'eoples
Mrs William Thompson..,
Joseph A Willson , . ,
James L lindges
Mary Allen Hridges
Lucretia I' Hi ierly
IJIeu Harrison 53
Ann McCoy .1,",
W F Carpenter 70
Mary 0 (iiasgow !,.',
J T Williams .Hi
W I) Adkissnn c
Mary J (Vdorph 'it
T (1 Snorgrass 00
L IS Hawks r,l
I-'erd Kauschelhaeh !U
W S fiilibs cs
Hli..ihulh Cliisi (it)
.1 L Moore r,i
T M IIiilTiiiau (ill
It! Icy Marriott 11
ilcrnctta Maiiott .11
While opening a liov, J. C. Mount, of
Three Mile Hay, N V . ran a ten penny
null through the llcsliy part of I it's
hand. ') thought at once of all the
pain and soreness this would cause
me," he says, "and Immediately ap
plied Chamberlain's l'uiu Halm and
occasionally uftcrwanN. To my sur
prise it removed all pain ami soteuess
and the injured parts were soon
healed." For sale by Witten Drug Co.
Hit ray from the Woods ranch, one
red short-horned heifer, marked with
champion hog ring in top of one ear
when last seen, probably branded "1,1"
with curve beneath, on left hip, de
horned and ear marked (hole in ear)
torn. Deliver at Mr. Case's (ti. U. Price
farm) and I will pay reward.
Ceesu and Ducks,
For which we will pay the. following
(ieese, full feather, 81 per dozen.
Ducks, seven centH per pound, by the
New York Poultry ,t Egg Co.
W. I. Nichols. Manager.
The fluent line of worsted pants evei'
brought to Versailles can be Been at
At the "Red Flag," Versailles, Mo.
The Largest and Best
Assorted Stock of
Ever shown in Versailles.
COME AND INSPECT.
Yours for Business,
CARL W, BIERSACH.
I'aul Smith lias been olt of his run
for two weeks, being 011 the sick list.
(icorL'e Ware and wife attended
preaching ut Stony Point church Sun
L. S. Dellaven's light brahma rooster
wakes him up early every morning
hollering "Hurrah for Folk."
Miss Maude Hotscnpiller, who has
churge of the Stony Point school, is
progressing nicely with this work.
Jacob Smith, who is employed at the
"Katy" shops in Sedalia, is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith.
The (Jttervlllc and Smithtou tele
phone line is now completed to Smith-
ton and they arc at work on the uruncli
Ottervllle College under the manage
ment of. Prof. W. W. (llllnm is coming
to the front with an enrollment of fif
The rural free delivery from Smith-
ton through Little Morgan has been
viewed by the inspector and will be in
opciation in a short time.
Our genial and clever stock buyer
ind shipper of Ottervllle was married
Wednesday evening to Miss Myrtle
Hrewster, one of Ottcrville's prettiest
Judge Dougherty and J. Vill Smith
have been summoned to Jefferson City
as jurors und if any one in Little Mor
gan has been bundling they had best
lie hiding out.
Miss Addle Hols.enpiller who has
chatge of the Lutmau school, we notice
is carrying her hand in a sling. We
suppose some of the large scholars got
the best of her.
Miss Jessie Hoinau was united in
marriage to (!eo, Ware at the home of
her pin cuts. Mr. and Mrs. Mit Human
last Wednesday evening, Only the
near iclatives were present, being
about sixty in number. The bride and
groom were the recipients of many
valuable, beautiful and useful prev
ents. The best w ishes of the commu
nity go with them to their new home.
Mrs. R W. Earnest is on the sick
Prof, Hoycu was In Versailles a por
tion of last week.
Dr. T. J. (libbs was the guest of rel
atives in Versailles a portion of last
.loo MefTortl ami family and Mrs. Ivy
wore guests of relatives in Versailles
Misses Edith and Josephine Earnest
were guests of Misses Mary und Flora
,1. F. Itoe and family, ami Mr. Homer
of Mill Creek attended preaching ut
this place Sitndny.
Chas. Powelson nnd Clias. Willson of
Versailles were guests of relatives at
this place Sunday.
Messrs. Hansford and Sanford Phil
lips, and sisters Mimes Victoria and
Edna of lluffalo attended preaching at
Proctor Sunday and were g uests at W.
Ho Leurned a Great Truth.
It is said of John Wesley that he
once said to Mistress Wesley: "Why
do you tell that child the same thing
over and over 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 Remedy cures colds and grip;
that it counteracts any tendency of
these diseases to result in pneumonia,
and that It is pleasant and safe to take.
For sale by Witten Drug Co.
WANTED Prairie Fanny, from 80
acres up. 1 am receiving plenty of in
quiries from Iowa, Illinois and Ohio
people, about Morgan County. They
will begin coining in soon. H. A.
YOUNG, in ollicu of Probate Judge.
Mails arrive at and depart from Ver
sailles as follows:
Ily Mo. Pac. Uy.!:l.l 11. in.
3:15 p. la.
ST A It JiOIJTKS.
Harnett 11:30 a. rn
Hovler's Mills " "
Ciuvols Mills " "
Proctor 11:00 "
Uiverview 11:30 " 1:30 "
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days. All others daily except Sunday.
Rural delivery daily (Sunday except
ed) via F.nld and Excelsior.
J. W Mii.t.s, P. M.
A. B. KNIPMEYER,
OIUcc formerly occupied by II. M.
Washburn, Second Floor Woods Huild
ing. F. P. JONES,
Uoom .1. Lumpee ltuilding,
II. K. Enlok
F. II. Enlok,
PHONE NO. T4.
IOKI. 1. IIUIIIIAItl), ITe.nt.int.
W. W. MOOKIC, i.'RKlilcr.
G. W. PETTY,
W. T. PETTY.
BANK Of MOBGAN COUNTY.
Does a Roncvul banking business.
IJKALUH IN l'UHK OLD
AND OTHER FINE WHISKIEH.
FINEST OIOAHS AUK ALWAYS
to he round at the b.tr. Letup's
Premium Uottled and Keg Jteer
always 111 stock, nlgo Pure A ici'tnd,
Pnuntry orders solicited Hurt promptly
FiHB WINES A SPECIALTY.
AFTER YOU HAVE
The many nauseating mixtures
of drugs and chcmieeU, nnd
your stomach is still in a bad
fix, come back to nature, and try
I GRANDMOTHER I
m It Is a harmless preparation for the &
tf absolute euro of stoinuch, liver, U!d- 1
J noy 11 lid bloo.l troubles, (.'nmpnumleil
S from roots, barks and seeds of hi rb. Jj
J Ueniarkablo cures in hundreds or
i cases, iiiirtieularly those of long stand- j
H lug, place this remedy in a class by tr
9 ItsWf, as nature's iiwn best Ionic. If tt
J you would like to rrud tlm testimony
JJ of people who liiiya trlod it, ami know, J
t "Auk I lie llruir Stnri! .Mum.
JJ I'HI'.IM IlKIi O.Nt.V IIV Tfli:
EUIUHA MCDICINE CO., BUNCCTON, Mo.
One fare plus round trip, first
class, Chicago to Kansas, Colorado,
New Mexico, Arizona, Oklahoma
(1 really reduced rates for one-way
second class tieke. ii.
Corresponding rales from ICast
First and third Tuesdays each
For homtscekers anil their families
Intcicb'.iug land pamphlets free.
Address (leneral Agent Pass. Dpt
Atchison, Topcka A: Santa Fe
Uailway, Kansas City.
It Is not possible for the ptoprletors
to publish more than .1 very few of the
numerous letters received in praise of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy and telling of its re
markable cures. They come fiom peo
ple In every walk in life and from
every state in the union. The lollow
ing from T. W. (Ireathouse, of I'ratts
burg, Oa., speaks for Itself: "I woulil
have been (leud now btit for the use of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Kemedy. It cured 1110 of chronic
diarrhoea ufter seven years of suffer
ing, I can never say too much in
praise of that icrnedy." Far sale by
Witten Drug Co.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in this county and ad
joining territory for well and favor
ably known Houte of solid financial
standing. ?20 straight cash salary and
expenses, paid each Monday by check
direct from headquarters. K.Tpenso
money Advanced; position permanent.
Address Manager, 010 Monon Itldg ,
Tiik DkmocIiAt, and the Kansaidty
World dully; Kir SI. 50,