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MUNTZEL DRUG CO..
f VERSAILLES DRUG CO.
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GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Last Sunday night at 10 o'clock a
quiet weililliiL' was coiihuinuiated at
Harriett in which William S. Campbell
and .Miss Lucy Morton Ilnrt;ett were
tin: contracting parties. The ceremony
was performed at the home of the
bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. K. M.
Harnett, only the immediate families
witnessing the ceremony, which was
pronounced by Hitler K. II, Woods of
the Christian Church of this city.
The groom Is a young architect, and
u son of James .J. Campbell of Harnett.
He has been located at Cutler, Cal., for
the past three years, where, by strict
attention to business, he has forced
ahead and established a good business
in his profession. The union is the ru
Hull of devoted friendship of former
days which ripened into mutual love,
and Mr. Campbell returned to Ills old
home three weeks ago evpressly to
claim the hand and heart of hib cliur
Islii'd ideal as a life companion.
The bride, Miss "Dollie," is a sister
of County Treasurer (1. M. Harnett, and
Is an estimable and accomplished young
society belle whose friends an; num
bered by the score both In this city
and at her home. The nuptials, while,
anticipated by a few, came ah a sur
prise to most of the friends of the
Tim bride and groom were driven
to thin city via carriage Monday morn
ing and after spendinc; a few hours
with tl. M. Harnett and wife here, de
parted over the Missouri Pacific for
Cutler, Cal., where they will reside in
the future, and they arc followed with
good wishes of their many Morgan
Koll (' Honor.
Following is the roll of honor for the
fourth month of the Versailles I'ublie
Annie Clifton, Mary Kauffinan, Her
scliel Mason, K.ite Hardy, .losle liier
Mich, Avery I'rice, Km; Long. Dene
l'rlcii, I.ueius Ittns, (hum Livcsay, Ted
Kivint'sto.i, Archie Livesay, Arthur
Dull, Hertie litter, Hoss Katon, Archie
.Ioiich, Koss Witten, (leorgo Olliver,
Wallace Clifton, Nina Mason, Atwood
I'ioui:, Monte Hardy, I'rissic McClana
ban. I. A. Llvesay, Teacher.
I'Vank I.umpve, Leslie Merriott, Kob
Meuiott, Koyce Moser, Kugene Mooru,
Huy Thomas, Clinton Shore, Warren
Tillman, Frank Williams, Frank Drone
t;old, lh nia Tillman, Frances Thorpe,
Alma Clod.'elter, .Vamlc Mvcsuy, May
Kov., I.iille Hunter, Uuth Mason, Her
Verglu McClauahau, Teacher
Marie Hulett, Viola llnrrls, Opal
Williams, iios,i Ithtlr, Alfred Lyons,
Clnn in'e M iller.
Laura Decker, Teacher.
To improve tiie appetite and strength
en thu dlifestloii, try a few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Mr. .1. 11. Sella!, of Detroit.
Mich , says, "They restored my appe
tite when Impaired, relieved mo of a
bloated feeling and ratliMsd a pleasant
and satisfactory movement of the
bowuls " Thuru are people In this
community who need Just Huch a
medicine. For sale by Witten Drujf
Co. Every box warranted.
Death of Dr. O. M. Gunn.
Died, at his homo In thin city at 11
o'clock last Friday night, Dr, ( M.
Gunn, nged 4 years, 7 montliB and 23
dayii, hlr. disease being pneumonia.
No death that has occurred In Ver
sailles In a decade has caused more pro
found sorrow to our citizens generally
than that of Dr. Gabriel M. Gunn. He
was a native of Morgan County add
was well and favorably known In every
precinct in the county. He was an up
right, honorable citizen whose value
was cherished by all who knew him.
His unselfish devotion both to his fam
ily and those who came under IiIh care
as a physician, was uppermost In his
mind at all times. In fact, It was his
strict sense of duty to suffering human
ity that brought on the uttack which
cost hltn his life.
The Saturday previous to his death
Dr. Gunn was called to attend a pa
tient at one of the railroad camps il
teen miles west of this city. He braved
the severe bli.ard, and true to the
principles of his profession, admlnis
tered to the needs of the sick, but ere
he reached home felt the evil effects of
the trip, and though of robust physique
found himself In the grasp of a deep
;:ohl which quickly developed into an
attack of pneumonia.
I'rnm llie Hrsl tlio ili.scaso toolc a
stubborn form. All that could be ac
compllsheil by human hands in the
way of medical skill and good nursing
wa admlnlstuied, but to no avail, and
at the end of seven days after the first
symptoms developed he lay cold In
death, his spirit li rid been carried to
the great beyond. He appeared con
scious that the end was near, anil sim
ply requested his loved ones to stay
their grief, Hint all was well, as his
:ase was in the hands of the Divine
Physician In whom ho hail placed hib
Deceased was a son of Mr. and Mrs.
i .1. (Sunn, and was born near Ver
sailles March y.1, 1 6.1 1. At ten years of
age In: removed with Ins parenth to
Robinson, Tenn., where ho remained
until 1H7I, when he returned to this
ity, where he spent the remainder of
Ids life. Hi; was a irraduatd of St.
Louis Medical College and began the
practice of medicine here in lMTfi.
In March, HTtt, he was married to
Miss Kiln D. Tliruston. To them were
bom two sons, A. .). anil W. (!., and
two daughters, Annie M. and Wal
tie II., alt of whom survive him
While living in Tennessee deceased
was converted at a camp meeting and
identifiid himself with the Methodist
church, to which faith he lias since
held. No trait in his character was
mor e nobly displayed than the Doctor's
devotion to his family. Ills desire to
hee his children placed in position to
sue esifully battle with tins problems
of life was looked forward to witli no
little pleasure. They all appreciated
tliis fact, which causes tin: burden of
sorrow to sink deep into their hearts.
Dr. (iunii was in netivc practice here
for' about twenty-seven years, acted in
the capacity of County Coroner for sev
eral terms and at his death was a mem
ber of the County Hoard of Pension lOx
amiiiers. lie was conservative in his
views and was a man of tin: highest
standard of morals His enemies wero
few while ids fr iends uere legion. In
his death Morgan County has lost one
of her best eiti.ens
Tin: funeral was he'd from the M. K.
Church, South, at 11 o'clock Sunday
morning, Hoy. . I, y. Hiisb.y offering a
glowing tribute to the memory of tin.
d-ceased, while Itev. M. Adkisson fol
lowed witli an appropriate eulogy, in
the presence of the largest concourse
of sympathizing neighbors and friends
ever assembled in the church. The
remains were then followed to the City
Cemetry where they were laid to rest,
Condolence K extended to the bereaved
wife, children an relatives In the loss
of an honored husband, father and
To Christmas Shoppers.
The Leader of Low Prices and First-Class Merchandise.
Circuit Court I'roiMMiriliiKM.
Following is a partial report of the
proceedings of Morgan Circuit Court:
G. S. Yurhorotigh vs A ,1 Watson
Suit for damages. Trial by jury and
verdict of SJ.000 for plaintiff.
State of Missouri vs Arthur Glasgow
Defeml't found guilty of manslaughter
and veidlct returned of two jcars In
Ada M Kstes vs Slo I'ac U Co Bond
for costs Illed, supplemental transcript
filed; l)rn. Williams, Ferguson and
Beale appointed to examine plff, trial
by Jury and verdict for 8B,0u().
Klltin Barnes vs Mo I'ac lty Co Dis
missed at cofct of dft.
H. A Barnes vs Mo I'ac By Co Same.
W. C. Allen vt Jo-eph l'hillps Appeal
from .1 P, DUmlbsed at cost of plff.
Anale B lUldurman v St L K C fc C
By Co, Beplevln, A Popper made party
dft and cause continued.
John S Wolf Sr Sc Co vs II F Bulch ct
nl Lien Separate answers of C B I ,fcP
By Co and Italch A Co filed Replication
filed Leave granted to answer repli
cation in liO days Cause continued.
St I. KCtC By Co vs P 0 Woods
Kxceptlotis of both parties withdrawn
Report of Commissioners confirmed.
Sarah V. Hudson vb D E Wary, Admr
Kliza S Bolton ys D K Wray Partition
Mary L Thompson vs Charley Thomp
son Uivorce uecrcc grained Willi cus
tody of child,
Lizzie Smith vs John N Smith Divorce
Sena F Perry vs Joseph Perry Divorce
Decreo granted with custody of child.
John Coffee vs Daisy Coffee Divorce
Louisa M Lowe vs John W Lowe
Divorce. Decreiig ranted with alimony
S'J.'i pen dente lite.
Luciuda Sidcbottom vs Newt .1 Side-
bottom. Divorce. Decree granted with
custody of children. Alimony SU5 pen
Charles W McGorder vs Louisa Park
rrsou et al Partition. Beport of sale
lllcd and approved. Guaidiau ud litem
and attorney's fees allowed.
W B Potter vs Agnes Von Lcouhard
Partition Report of sale filed and ap
proved Attorney's fee allowed.
J A Petty vs Agnes Von Leonhanl
Partition Ruport of sale filed and ap
proved. Attorney's fee allowed.
Judith V Dale vs David C Hardy Re
move cloud from title. Application to
make other parties defendants granted .
Change of venue allowed lo Camden
Willis B Jones vs Thomas V. Dixon
Quiet title. Decree granted.
Mary Jacobs vs Wm MoClanahan etal
Quiet title. Proof of publication filed
and cause continued.
I) C Duff vs Unknown heirs of Will
lain Nelson. Proof of pub tiled and de
P A Stone et al vs Unknown heirs
and devisees of Miles B Cathey, Perfect
John T Harrison vs James Adair etal
Krnest II Hillyurd vs E II Smith
Annie B. Iiulderman vs John W Skin
ner et al. Same.
Same vs John Edwards et al, Same
It will he good news to the mothers
of small children to learn that croup
can be, prevented. Thu first hlgn of
croup Is hoarseness. A day or two
before the attack the child becomes
hoarse. This Is soon followed by a
peculiar rough cough, Give Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy freely as soon as
the child becomes hoarse, or even after
the rough cough appears, and it will
dispel all symptoms of croup. In this
way all danger and anxiety may he
avoided. This remedy Is used by many
t ousunds of mothers and has never
been known to fall. It Is, in fuct, the
only remedy that can always he de
pended upon and that Is pleasant and
safe to take. Sold by Witten Drug O.
BOOKS From a nicely padded leath
er bound poem down to a five-cent
A. II. C, may be found atC. D. Hunter's
Ulobe Drug Btbre, Price O. K.
3STO ! 3STO COCAINE !
By the use of the Latest Appliances.
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DR. E. P. Ilcnte
Formerly oxtractor ut Boston
Dental und Examiner tit Union
College of Painless Dentistry,
s-Ov 1 mW.Uim. III. ' 'lut rmuwiuf. nnrl
Chicutfo. 111. The
filllP-lff'st, nmnlnuu ovlnu'tnt ini
the United States to-day, st
recognized by the profession tit
hiriro rirni- lnr. ,(! it, Mr f uito
Will again visit
At tlie CITY HOTBLi
it) Monday, December
jj Remaining until Saturday, Jan. 9.
lie will have with him the latest patents and appliances
which enable him to extract, crown and fill teeth without
a particle of pain, at reasonable cost. Dr. Bender is a
graduate of a reputable dental college, whore hespent years
preparing to como before the public us a painless and thoi
ough workman in all branches of thu profession.
Set of Teeth $5.00
Cold Crowns 5.00
Best Set S S. White Teeth 5.00
Teeth Without Plates 3.00
Fillings 7;"io Up
Teeth Extracted FREE when Plates aro Ordered.
Uavo you a plato that falls in the mouth? Come to us,
wo make a specialty of romedyingsuch annoying defects.
Plates -tliat Fit or no Fay.
Filling with all kinds of material without pain, at half
the regular price. A protective guarantee of 10 years with
all work, and when he causes pain in any case he makes no
Dr. Bonder uses no gas, chloroform, cocaino or sleep
producing agent. Absolutely no siekness or soro mouth.
Our reliability is unquestioned. We aro backed by a
wealthy corporation, therefore thoroughly responsible.
Wo livo up to our advertisement, so it will pay you to
come early and avoid the rush. Examination free. Hours,
9 a. in. to 5 p. m.
Dr. E. P. Ml
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Subscribe for tbe Morgan County Magazine,
A Ihsh or two of vvutcr titkcn liulf
an hour before lironUfiiHt will usualy
Keep thu howuU regular. Ilurnli ca
thartic should hi! avoided, Wtion a
purgative Is nucrlud, take Chamber
laln'H Htoinach und Liver Tablet.
They ure mild gentle in thuru udtioit.
tor bale by Witten Drug Co.
Headquarter forOysteri; Celery, Cran
"One of my ehlld-en wan talen with
.-iinip colli! Mini suffered i-evcriilv,"
fays.S. II KlSiw of Monu t, Mo. "I
teleplioiii il for a doctor, tliuu give it
dohc of Cliiiinbi rhi ii'k Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Itemelly, and a few min
ute ater a n:uo d dose, lleforethe
doctor came thu child wan mllnw.H t
rorsaio ny wutoii Drujf Co.
Mfl lH. 4 . k.
Aiie "i'anouh" no' 't Hell all tn
ciottiMB enltJ in Viin.allleH, but doe
uell nil of tho ood clulhin and ihof
lor men that are aold in VerMtlllea.