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Tints of Celebrated Painting.
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es in ilinictiiions, entitled "The Depar
ture of the llride from the Home of
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the character representations, costumes.
etc.
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FRIGHTFULLY IIURNKD.
Chns. W. Moore, a machinist, of Ford
City, Pa., had his baud frightfully burn
ed in un electrical furnace. He applied
llucklen'H Arnica Salve with the usual
result: "a quick and perfect cure."
Greatest healer on earth for Hums,
Wounds, Sores, Kczema and Piles. 25c
by Muutel Drug Co.
CLEARED FOR ACTION.
When the body is cleared for action
by l)r King's New Life Pills you am tell
it by the bloom of heiilth on the cheeks;
the brightness of the eyes; the firmness
of the llc-li and muscles; the buoyancy
of the mind Try them. At Muntel
Drug Co;
LONG TENNESSEE FIGHT.
For tweutf years W. L. Rawle, of
Hells, Teiiu., fought nasal catarrh He
writes; "The swelling and soreness ill
hide my nose was fearful, til) I began
applying lluehlen's Arnica Salve to the
sure surface: this caused the soreness
and swelling to disappear, never to re
turn. " Pest salve in existence. 20c by
Munt.' 1 Diug Co.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
STATU Of WIKSOUlM.l
ClIUNTY r MIIMI1A.N, )
In t lie Mori;in County Ciiruit Court, III V.'icti
lion
Willicliniiin Ilrnml, 1'lnliitliT,
VH.
James T. Mm.Mii. if living, nnil if drail, Ills nil
known lielisof ilclset'. Ilefurirl.int.
At tills day i:o:ei .1,'iiutiIT licrein nml files
1 c 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nml almlnvil .UIr;:liiK .'imoin; ntlirr
tliintc that ilcfciidnnt. Jniiir-s T MhhIIii iriiviiii;
Is hot i, rcsMciil of tliMslfilf. nnd if ct-ml tiluin
tiff f rily lieliescs thnt liis unknown lieirsor
cjcvisrrs ny stiu irconi niitr rue imtrrstt-n ill
tlir subject rnntler f this frtition tint thnt thry
lite unknown to this 1'lHiutiff. so that their
luuifM r n ii lint hr iiiM.-ile-l ln-rrin nor thfir rr.
stiictivt mlrrrsts set out but Unit thev lnvr
tlirir Intcn sts if thry l ive uuy, ftom James T
Ma tin us Ins heirs or ilrvirpcs
Wliini;ott, it i oriltu-il l.y the clrrk in vnrv
tioiith.it nlil ilcfi ml nit hi- iw.tlfiVil hv tmMI
i.itlon th.it 1 .1 a i 1 1 1 i fl hns connncnrnl h suit
uy.ainst him in this rourt thf ohitct nml urn-
rrnl nature of vh(ch is lo nli'nla a ilccm of
rourt in ftccoiilmitr vith ihr lirovisious of seL
tions ami 4J6S, Hcvini stntuteH of Missouri
of IK'u, iliveatlui.: tlir diiil 1I1 leiiilantfl of nil
thrir nchtt, titlr unil Ititirrst in (mil in Hi fol-
tr.urltit. tt.'k..rll..-il li'nl rbl.ilr tfi.tvll 'I Ii.. . ui.
iwill of the northwest iu:utrr. tlir noith liulf of
th- southwest iiinrU rniul Ihr uotllirasl qiisrtrr
of hrctiou trii 1 10) in township foitv I4'l). Kiiiikc
rlclitirii 'Ihl. Mnri;mi C'mnity, Missouri, nml
vestintr sann: III 11 aintiif unrl that unless the
said ilrfemlnnls fir ami Htijirar At this court,
nt the next I"' 111 thereof, to w let'iin uvr hoMru
ut tlir t uit liousr in Hi- cily ot WiK-iillrs, in
said i-ntititv on the lotli iliy of llerrnilirr next,
nuilonnr la-forelhr lirU ilay of nil tcriu.riuswci
or lOead tothc ticlilirir in said cause, tin: rnmr
will he tnkra as ccMilcswd, nnd judgment will
Ih.- tcndereil in coidiniilv
And it is fin t lie 1 otdmtl, that n copy hereof
ik- ptiiuisiir'i, nrcoriiniR 10 jaw, in inr .iinrgnn
fntmtv Deiuoeint. n nrrklv newspatiei. ouhtlfh.
i-d in Morgan onnty Missouri lur four weeks
mrrr-ssivrlv the last inrertinn lo he- nt Itnst
thirty duysli-fnie the lOlli day of He-cniher. Vyt..
W t 1 Jlll31A, IKllll letK,
A true copy from the Iterord
Wilms my hand and the rnl of Ihr Cir
' cult Court of Morgan County,
JBI.ai. j this l,tli day of July. f,,h,
W. C, Tiiiimah. Circuit Clerk,
mm
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Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more.
PREMIUM LIST
By the Citizens of the City of
Versailles atd Vicinity,
On Apples, Peaches and Pears, to
be Given at the Versailles
Street Fair.
Variety Apple.
APPLES Hen Davis. First premium
f 1.00, II K Enloc; second premium 50c,
Ilond & Collins.
Jonathan--First , second fX)c, The
Fair.
Huntsmans Favorite First fl, stcoud
50c, II G Chalfimt.
Willow Twig First fl, second 50c,
Sam McNair.
Grimes Golden First fl, second 50c,
John McClauahan.
Shannon Pippin, Mammoth Illack
Twig, Roman lleauty, York Imperial,
Clayton five varieties, First premium,
each f I sub. Versailles Leader; second,
each Mc, Fronk Witten, W S Gibbs, J W
Johnsoa, I C Legcrc, (two).
Wincsaji First fl, I M Shannep, sec
ond, 50c, same.
Genet, Rambo and Maiden Illush
f I each, second T0c each, Dr. J T llcalc.
White Pippin First fl, Dr J W Holes,
stock food, second 50c, Frank llouiuan
Pen ti. Red Streak First fl, second
fiOc, II Schafcr.
Gano First fl, second 00c, A L Ross
ltlack lien Davis First $1, second
50c, Geo Decker.
Payne's Late Keeper First $1, sec
ond 50c, Dr D A Varncll.
Missouri Pippin First SI, second 50c,
Frank llowman.
llnldwiu First f 1, second 50c, Geo 1
Clark.
Large Romatiitc First fl, second fiOc,
W W Moore.
Red Romanite, Limber Twig- First fl
each, second fiOc each, W T Irey.
Smith Ciller First fl, sub, Versailles
Statesman, second 50c, liotid & Collins.
Northern Spy First fl, second 50c,
RE Stockton.
Fullcrtoti Favorite First fl sub. to
Morgan Co. Democrat, second 50c, Frank
llowman.
liell Flower First fl, second fiOc,
Chas E Willson.
Arkansas Illack First f 1, second 50c,
D A Fairlcy.
Ortly Hell First f I, second 50c, Jas
W Roe.
Wolf River, Senator First fl each,
second 50c each, Alf Heiticmnn.
King David First SI sub. Versailles
Statesman, second fiOc, Frank Howman.
The Fink First 1 sub. Morgan Co.
Democrat, second JiCc, lironiiie Clark.
Staik First fl sub. Morgan Co. Dem
ocrat, second 50c, Miss lllaiiche Spidcl.
Talltnaii Sweet First fl, second 50c,
E A Ciewson.
Walbridge- First SI, second Mc. R II
Woods.
Vnrlety Peors.
PEARS Dutchess First SI, sec. 5f)c.
Keifer First fl, second 50c, Clarence
Lumpee.
Seckcl First f 1, second 50c.
liartlet First Si, second Mc, II A
Young.
Flemish lleauty, Howell, Garber
Each 1 first, 50c second.
Vorlcty Pouches.
PEACHES White Heath First SI,
Dr. Win Well, second, Miss Want-lie
Spidcl.
Any kind except above First f 1, sec
ond Mc, W L Stephens.
THE YELLOW FEVER GERM
has recently been discovered. It bears
a close resemblance to thu malaria germ.
To free the system from disease germs,
the most elTcctiYC remedy is Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Cuarantecel to cure all
diseases due to miliaria, poison and con
stipation. 25C by Muutzel Drug Co.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
When a man is loaded you always
ktvnv it, but it s different with a guu
Keep telling a boy he never will
amount to anything, uud he generally
won't.
'A six wee-ks' engagement will put n lot
of conceit into a man, but six minute of
married life are sufficient to take it out.
rrhii)3 man's eyesight grows poorer
with the year.1 as a merciful way of
preventing him from scriug his wrinkles
and gray lulls.
CJuroa ColUa; ProvonU Pneumonia
KIDNEY CUR!
WALNUT GROVE ITEMS.
Mist Edna Dale ii visiting at home.
Mrs, Lizzie Jones is here from
ldon.
This is the 2nd week of Walnut Grove
school.
Miss Tilla Moore has returned from
Coojier.
Walter Daniels will teach in Southern
Morgan.
Press Young is doing fine work on
the road.
Allen and Dave Short arc visiting
at home.
A protracted meeting is in progress
at Mt. Zion.
Quincy Holsopplc is visiting here from
Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Draffetl visited her brother Louis
Sciglc last week.
Walter ana I.il Lehman have gone
to San Francisco.
Emmet Martin has been teaching
in Southern Morgan.
Robert Short is at home from
Warreusburg this week.
Edgar Deviuna and wife visitcil in
Syracuse last Saturday and Sunday.
LUCKIEST MAN IN ARKANSAS.
'Tm the luckiest man in Arkansas,"
writes II. L. Stanley, Bruno, "since the
restoration of my wife's health after five
years of continuous coughing and bleed
ing from the lungs; and I owe my gootl
f&rtunc to the world's greatest medicine,
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, which I know from experience will
cure consumption if taken in time. My
wife improved with first bottle and
twelve bottles completed the cure."
Cures the worst coughs and colds or
money refunded. Muutel Drug Co
druggists,, bOc and f 1.00. Trial bottle
fice.
Roal Estate Transfers.
Chas. W. Kuvanaugb the abstracter,
notary public, insurance and real estate
agent, reports the following transfers of
real estate since our last issue:
M. F. Hargett and wife to J. T.
Weaver lot 5 & 8 Itarnett, Mo. 1000.
R. M. Hargett and wife to J. T.
Weaver Parcel of ground in Itarnett,
Mo. f7l)0.
James Vows and wife to I . T. Weaver
paicol of ground in Sec. 'J'J, 12, 16, f 100.
II. C. Case to Will P. Case 80 acres In
Sees. .TI, -11, 16, and 26, ii 16, $1.00.
II. C Uase to prank. II. Case 80 acres
in Hec. 30, 11, 16, fl.00.
Wm. M. Kramer and wife to Herman
Wolf 80 acres in Sec. 7, 11, 17, f 1000.
N. A. Yows and wife to F. Layhaui HO
acres in Sec, I, 2, i'l, 1(1, $U'f,00.
Ella Hreut to Jesse Hcudrix 120 acres
in See 211, 45, 18, S.200O.
S. II. Drysdale and wife to T. E.
Gearharl 40 acres in Sec. 8, 40, 18, t20.
MEN PAST SIXTY IN DANG ICR
More than half of mankind over sixty
years of age suffer fiom kidney and
bladder disorders, usually enlargement
of prostate glands. Thin i.s both painful
ami dangerous, and Foley's Kidney Cure,
should be taken at the first sign of dan
ger, as it corrects irregularities and has
cured many old men of this disease
Mr. Rodney litirnett, Rockport, Mo.,
writes: "I .suffered with enlated prostate
gland and kidney trouble for years and
iftcr taking two iKitthsof Foley's Kidney
Cure I feel belter than for twenty years,
although I am now 91 years old." D. C,
Hardy.
HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLDS
Victims of hay fever will experience
great benefit by taking Foley's Honey
and Tar, as it stops difficult truathing
immediately anil lit-als tlic lnlmucd air
passnges, and even if it should fail lo
cure you it will giveinstanl relief." The
genuine is in 11 yellow package. D. C
Hardy.
ALF. HEINEMAN,
DEALER IN I'UHK OLD
KENTUCKY BOURBON,
AND OTHER FINK WHISKIES.
F
I NEST GIG A ItS A It 10 ALWAY.-
lo bo tiiuihl at the h.tr. Luiup'H
premium Hollied nml Keg );
uiwiivH in Htock, nlHo I'uru A Icidml
Ovintry oideTH suliiutcd and promptly
linen.
ALU". MI-LINEMAN,
VERSAILLES. MO
Cures Backnche
Corrects
Irregularities
Do not risk having;
Dright's Discafic
ar Diabetes
ibs Bank of
Condensed official statement of. the condition of The
Bank of Versailles at the close o business, March 20th,
1906:
KF-SOURCRS.
Loans and Discounts S189.201.73
Real Kstate, Furniture and Fixtures. 7,070.68
Cash and Sight Exchang '. . . . 07,285.53
204,250.04
I.IAIIII.ITIKS.
Capital Stock fully paid 830,000.00
Permanent Surplus 20,000.00
Net Undivided Profits 7,102.20
Reserved for Dividend 2.-100.00
Hills Payable 11,500.00
Dr.rosirs 103,254.68
The officers and directors of this Hank solicit the accounts of Indi
viduals, Finns and Hanks, and ofler crcry accommodation to ita
patrons consistent with safe banking.
Our Hanking connections arc the strongest and most conservative in
the state, and we arc at all times prepared to meet every demand.
Our depositors arc protected with ample insurance against Hurglary
and Larceny. , '
A. L. ROSS, President.
WILL L. STEPHENS, Cashier.
The Morgan County
Marble and Granite Works,
IGLEHART & DESKIN, Props.
(Successors to Clark Marble Co.)
We have purchased the stock of this company
and will put in a complete line of Marble and
uranite.
Patronage solicited in Versailles vand vicinity..
A womnti worries until she nets
wrinkleb, then worries lieciiuse Mie him
them. If she tnkes Ilolli.sler's Kocky
Mountain Tea she would have neither.
Bright, smiliiif; faces follows its line. 'X
cents, Tea or Tahlets. dlohe Druj;
Store.
NOTICE
Of Stockholders' Meeting.
Notice is hereby Riven that there will
he ii nvcetiiiK of the tstockholilers of The
Odil 1'kIIows ItuihliiiH Association of Ver
sailles, Missouri, Saturday the I'irst day
of September, 1!I00 nt eijjllt o'clock p. m.
for the Purpose of voting on apropos,
lion to increiiHc the Capital Stock of sniil
Corporation from Seven Tlioiiniinil five
hundred dollars to Thirty two thousand
dollar. All Stockholders will take due
notice. Versailles Mo, June liilth KI(M.
(,;;( i II. 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 A K 1 1
. V. Mij.i.s
A. I'oiM'im
P. 1). llAKKISON
Directors.
A' niiAI.INO GOSPRL.
The Kev. J. C Warren, pastor of
Shuron ll.iptut Chinch, liilair, Oh., says
of P.leetrie Utters: "It's a Godsend to
mankind. It cured me of lame hack,
stilf joints, iitid complete physical col-
apse. I was' so weak it took me luilf
an hour to walk a mile. Two bottle of
l'.lectric Hitters have made me so strong
I have just walked three miles in 5O min
utes and feel IPle walkini; three more.
It's made a new man of ma." Greatest
reined v for weaUnei.s and all Soamrh,
I.iver and Kidney complaints.. Sold
under ;tiarantee by Muutel Ortig Co
OUTWITS TIIll SI'KGI'.ON.
A complication of fciuiile trouble's,
with catarrh of the stomach and hotels,
had reduced Mm. Thos. S. Austin, of
I.eaveuworlh, Intl., lo such a deplorable
condition, that her doctor advised in
operation; but her hiirhand feariuc fntnl
results, postponed this to try I'.lectria
Hitters; and to the nmnemeiit of all who
knew her, this medicine completely
cured her. Guarantied cure for torpid
liver, kidtiey discasv, biliousness, jaun
dice, chills and fev?r, general debility,
nervousness and blood ri-iisouiux. Hest
tonic made, Price ."(0c Jiv MutrUel Drug
Co. Try it.
Prenh canned kooiIs, Hour, produuu,
etc.. assured to customers purchaslngr
iroo.li of A, H'llllamssthi: .South Side
Verasilles
201,250.04
T
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If I Did Not Know
That my school offered
better advantages than
other schools in this
section of the country I
would not for a moment
expect your patronage,
but ns I know that the
systems we teach are un
surpassed, I am more,
than nnxious to interest
. you. It will pay you
to send for one of my
catalogues.
JOHN M. HILL, Pres. .
Hill's Business College
SRI1ALIA, MO.
"The Growing School."
J. W. LIVINGSTON,
Dealer In
Liquors, Wines, Cigars.
AMIEUSIOIWULSCIL HKISU,
VERSAILLES, MO.
j..r..r...r.Mr'i.l I'all'i rfl'"'1" '"''
Slstn llim ! y mil r n. mlH' .
tuwni cl lli.lr silc, ftw.iv n,'l s".. '.. r.
Mrr..li;. Mnnln7 11,. ;'.
irmrnui.si ii. l ;' VI,7,P 1 ,1'
yC4r's luUcin.lh.n Ii r l 1 1 1 ..'i"'' V . ,'a I I sl .
niHiib-r, A'Cfiila. h.,v;Wiiiiu'ilU" '
lin Frim. s.iv.cr,l
Sold by D C Hardy 4 Jr.A tv Druggist,
Jrpcftt.

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