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D. L. WILLIAMS,
Office in corner rooms on second
floor over J'irst National Hank,
Prompt service and first-class work
to all patrons. Phone 3V.
Absent Minded JuliusCol ten.
Wednesday's Globe-Democrat con
tained the following under a double
head, relative to Julius Cottunoi High
Point, in this county, which will be
of interest to many here who arc well
ncftiaimed with the unfortunate hut
-.ibscnt minded "Jule":
Julius Gotten, a stockman of Kldon,
!o., stopping .'it 2017 Olive street,
lost :t small grip Monday evening, for
the recovery of which be offored a
S50 reward yesterday. Mr. Gotten
-while standing at Beaumont and
Olive streets, waiting for a car, set
his grip, a suit case and a bundle on
the sidewalk. When the car came,
lie got aboard with the suit case and
the bundle, but lorgotthe grip. The
latter contained a diamond valued at
55100. notes payable to Mr. Gotten to
the amonnt of $15,000 and a revolver.
OPERA HOUSE MONDAY NIGHT.
The rcaling walls, the falling build
ings, the wrecking (A streets and
avenues, are all shown from .start to
finish, and the dire aftermath, the
"conflagration, the scenes of deepest
Jniscry, mixes with great selfishness
and grandest hcorism, all these
lratnas nf life and death are pictured
with the unerring fidelity of the came
ra. The plundering ghouls, the
BOYS TRY A JAIL BREAK.
Struck Sheriff With Table leg and
In the Confmlon Make their
the Other Came Back.
Sheriff Chas. K. Willson, had his
first experience in a lively,
premeditated jail break just before
sundown Monday evening while
many of our citizens were congre
gated about or near the court house
Three boys were in the county jail,
Louis Richards and Frank llawtnon,
and young Adams of Gladstone.
Richards and Mawmon were awaiting
trial for grand larceny, they being
the two lads who stole chickens from
Mrs. K. li. Woods here in town and
from Press Silvey west of town two
weeks ago, and carted their booty
to Stover, sselling it to Chas. Holding
and were caught at Salem by
constable Moreland the next day
after the theft.
The boys knew they were in for it
and Richards and Ilawmon conceived
the idea that they would overpower
the sheriff and make their escape.
Adams, it seems, did not enter into
their plot, as he made no attempt to
They had broken the legs from a
table in their cell, and when Sheriff
Willson entered with their supper
Ilawmon attackeil him with this club
and the li' k over the sheriff's arm
and shoulder stunned him.
The sheriff had not prepared him
self tor such a hold attack and was
thrown off his guard. He made a
hasty retreat and hurried to the
north diior of the court house and
the avenging soldiery, and the out-jon tht. otltsHle :ivc the alarm. The
'"" "'"Ki "kids" led to tne southeast with a
f,.... .i... ,i.,i i...:,. ! . . .
Mm) "t.! ..v... iul uwui.iui.il crowd alter them, Mawmon keeping
that was once their home, all these, tllc htr(.et t0 f;L.0i Ide's residence.
tilings roil on smoothly him alter Richards sidetracked across lots to
film. It is a spectacle once seen j t,c northeast and escaped. I.en
never to be forgotten and a spectacle! Beanland mounted a horse and
lew Will Kill to See. I lie matCllleSS . rnllht llamnn hist n lie w. innk-
jiicturesof the great earthquake and
the great fire will be displayed at
Krauss' Opera House Monday night,
Do You Want Ice?
1 have it, and will deliver it right
in your ice box.
C. II. Pkici:.
The Zee Man.
STOMACH TIUH HI.KS AND
No one can rciMJiialjlv hope for good
digestion when hourls are constipated.
,Mr. Chas. ll.tldwin, of Kdwardsville,
111., .s.iyi: "I sufTer;:l front chronic roti-
r-t iptd t ion aud stomach troubles for suv
er.il years, hut, tit. inks to Ch.tiiiherlain's
Stomach mid I.iver Tablets, am almost
enrol. ' Why not gut a package of these
tablets ami get well and .stay well?
I'l ice -5 omits. Samples free l'or sale
by Globe Ding Store C. D Hunter.
.See the Suit Cthcsat the Famous.
This Is Your Chance.
1 want your junk. Will pay for Old
tron ami cast per 100 :i()c
Kags per 11X1
Old stove per 100 20c
Rubber boots and shoes per 100. . . ,f J.rll
Market price for brass, Copper and
Zinc. Want any thing yott have for sale
in the 'way of Country Produce, Chick
ens, I;gg, Roots, etc.
I). C. llAKIIV
Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy
Almost evrry family hat need
of a reliable remedy for colic or
diarrhea at tome time during the
This remedy is recommended
by dealers v. ho have told it for
many years and know its value.
ft has received thousands of
testimonials from grateful people.
It has been prescribed by phy
siciani with the most satisfactory
It has often saved life before
medicine could have been sent for
or physician summoned.
It only costs a quarter. Can
you afford to risk to much for so
tulc) BUY IT NOW.
ing a bee line for the brush.
In less than half an hour Ilawmon
was led back to his cell considerably
winded. Richards was followed to
the citv limits but succeeded in elud
ing his pursurers.
Karly Wednesday morning Sheriff
Willson came to the court house and
to his surprise found Richards hitting
on the north steps ready and willing
to turn himself over to the officer and
sorry for having been a party to the
jail break. Sheriff Willson was very
much unnerved over the break, and
will no doubt be prepared in the
future for any emergency. Hud the
"kids" been old and hardened crim
inals instead of chicken thiees i
might have gone hauler for the sheriff
Voting Adams, who had already
received a sentence, did wisely by
stopping in his cell. The excitement
ran high for a time.
A Huns Jury.
Tuesday evening the trial of Frank
ilawmon ami i.ouis Kiehards was
brought up in circuit court. The
charge against the two boys was grand
larceny. This is the case where these
two boys stole chickens at the home
of Elder Woods in the northeast part
of town and Press Silvey west of town
and then sold them to a dealer at
The case was tried before a jury and
ato:4o luesday night was turned
over to them. 1 hey were out until
Wednesday morning when they re
ported to Judge Martin that an agree
mcnt could not be reached. The
jury was discharged and the boys
will get a new trial.
HHTTKR THAN TIIRlUv DOCTORS.
"Three years ago we hud tluee doctors
with our little hoy and everything that
they could do seemed in vain. At lan
when all hope seemed to be gone we
begun using Chamberlain's Colic. Cho.
lera and Diarrhoea Remedy aud in a few
hours he began to improve. Today lie
is as healthy a child as parents could
wish for.' Mrs. U.J. Joiivjton, I.intou.
Mist. For sale by C. D. Hunter.
CARL W. BIERSACH
Dry Goods, Clothing',
Notions, Shoes, Hats,
Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
Valises, Groceries, Etc.
Always the best for the
On the Corner opposite Post-office.
Picnic at Ottorvllle.
The picnic given last Saturday at
Ottcrville was a grand success in
every particular, about 1500 lively.
happy people from all over that
neighborhood being present. A num
ber of prizes had been offered by the
committees in charge and the con
tests were highly cinjoyed.
I'he gold watch chain offered for
the oldest man on the grounds was
was awarded to Aaron Hupp, for-
merely a resident of Little Mor
gan, he being 87 years old. Mr.
and Mrs. Hupp also secured the pre
mium for being the oldest married,
couple on the ground.
August Shoup carried off the sack
of Hour for having the largest family
on the grounds, there being eleven
in the family.
The corn show was fine. Some
of the stalks measured from 10 to 17
feet in length and two and a half inches
through at the root end. The picnic
was one of the best ever held id Otter
RICHARD HENRY WOODS,
High Grade Investments,
Real Estate, Collections.
Room. 5, over Famous Clothing Store.
TELEPHONE NO. 218.
To the Teachers of the County.
The regular examination of teachors
will be held in Versailles August 21th
and 25th. All teachers taking divided
examination must finish their work,
it being the close of the year.
For Sale or Exchange.
I wish to sell my (arm and business
combined 55 acres of good rich
land, all new buildings, and a small
stock of general merchandise on a
big public cross road, two rural mail
routes and telephone. Four miles
from K. K. station, close to church
and school. This stand will clear
S800 a year besides all expenses.
This land will bring from 50 to 75
bushels of corn per acre, is clear of
all incumbrance. Farm and stock
can be bought for SI .500 cash or ex
change for a 120 or 100 acre well im
proved farm, good soil wanted. For
further information write owner,
(icrald, Franklin County, Mo.
If our stomach troubles you do not
conclude that there is- no cure, for n
great many liavebeeu permanently cured
by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
T.ibltu. Get n sample at C. D. Hunter's
drug store and give them a trial. They
also cure constipation aud biliousness.'
Kansas City Southern Railway
Straight aa tne crow Flies"
KANSAS CITY TO TJ1E GULF
PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF
CLIMATE, SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER
RAILWAY IN THE WORLD, FOR IT8 LENGTH
Along 1U line aro the finest land?, mtltpit for frrowlnir small grain, corn. flax,
cotton; for commercial apple and peach orchards, for other frultH unit ber
rpt; for commercial cantaloupe, potato, tomato1 and general truck farina;
for HUgar cane and rice cultivation; for merchantable timber; for raising
hones, mules, cattle, hogs, sheep, poultry and Angora goats.
Write for Information Coneernlno,
. FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS
Haw Colony Locations, Improved Farms, Mineral Lint's, Rice Linda and Tlmief
Lands, and lor copies ol "Current Events," Business Opportunities,
Rleo Book, K. C. S. Fruit Book.
Cheap rouutl-trtp homeseekcrs' tickets on aale Ilrst and third Tuesday a of
THE 8HORT LINE TO
"THE LAND OF FULFILLMENT"
H. D. DUTTO, Trav. Faaa. Agt. . O. WABVSB, F. and T. A.
Kansas City, Ho. , Kansas City, Mo.
T. a. BOESX.EB, Trav. Tass. and Xmlg'n Act., Kansas City, Mo.
J. R. POTTER
City Bus Line
and Feed Stable.
Horses fed and looked after.
Busses meet all trains. Or
ders by 'phone given prompt
attention. ' 'Phone 49.
COLIC AND DIARRHOEA
I'ttius in the stomach, colic and diar
rhoea are quickly relieved by the use of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diar.
I rhoea Remedy, l'or sale by Globe Drug
, Store.C. D. Iluntr Prop.
Orino Lavarive I'ruit Syrup is sold
under a positive guarantee to cure con.
stipation, sick headache, stomach trouble
or any form of indigestion. If it fails,
the manufacturers refund your money.
What more can any one do. D. C. Hardy.
If you have kidney and bladder'trouble
and do not use Foley's Kidney Cure,
you will have only yourself to blame for
results as it positively cures all forms of
kidney and bladder diseases. D. C.
Private money to loan by Chas.
A mile high delightful climate.
Mountain Air Clear and Crisp, A Sun
shine positively electric in effect.
Glorious Out-Door Sports
Very Low Rates
Daily to September 30
Only $21.10 from Versailles round
trip return limit October III, ltj06.
Special excursion rates July 10th to lfith,
inclusive, account I'.lks' meeting: Only
tUS.t.O from Versailles, Mo. Send six
cen's in stumps for illustrated lolorndo
books, "Under the Turquoise Sky, '
containing complete list of Colbrrclo
hotels and boarding hotifes. Klks
foldtr full of information free,
HAL. S. R.Y,