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D. L. WILLIAMS,
THE DENTIST.
Office in corner room on second
floor over First National Dank,
VersmilleB, Mo.
Prompt service and first-class work
to all patrons. 1'hone 37.
Kev. J. I.. McKee of Kansas City
and J. K. Stephenson of Parkville
were here this week on business.
'These two ministers are seeking a
.site for a Presbyterian College and
several towns arc bidding for the
institution. This is to be quite an
extensive college and if a proper
effort is made on the part of our
public spirited citizens it is possible
Versailles can secure it. They were
in consultation with K. A. Crewson
and others here during the week but
no definite action so far has been
taken in the matter.
John H. Snorgrass, one of the pro
gressive farmers living near town, has
our thanks for a box of potatoes
which are hard to beat. They were
of the Hurbank variety and the box
contained nearly a peck which had
been dug out of two hills. Kvery
potato was large, smooth and perfect
in every particular, and were calcu
lated to take the premium in any
company. With such beauties Mr.
Snorgrass should select a box for the
street fair exhibit, as they are above
the ordinary. We fully appreciate
the donation as there is considerable
Irish in us when it comes to potatoes.
From clippings of the Quincy,
(III.,) Herald we arc informed that
the Midland Lyceum Bureau, who
will furnish the lectures and enter
tainments to be given by the Ladies
Progress Club of Versailles this fall
and winter have given a high class of
entertainments in that city. The
ladies of the Progress Club, under
whose auspices our citizens will be
favored with this high grade class of
entertainments, deserve the highest
praise for their effort, and we feel
that there are enough citizens inter
ested to make a grand success of the
:ourse in this city, it being of higher
order than the ordinary traveling
combinations.
Eighth District
CAMPAIGN OPENING!
At Voreaillos, Mo.,
Saturday, September 1, 1906.
Hon. T. J. AKINS, Republi
can Nat. Com. for Missouri
and Hon. W. F. QUIGLEY,
congressioral nominee, to be
the speakers.
Delegation from alloverthe
district expected.
Tipton Band will furnish
music. Every Republican in
the countv should attend.
T1IK VKI.I.OW I'BVKR GERM
lint recently liceti discovered. It bears
k cloxe reieliililiuu'e to tin malaria germ
To free the svstrni from disease uernis
the most effective remedv i. Dr. KineS
New Life I'tlU. Ilttarauteed to cure all
disease due to liiHlnriii, poison nml con
filiation. 2sc liy Muiitzel Drug Co.
Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy
Almost every family hat Deed
o a reliable remedy for colic or
diarrhea at tone tima during the
year.
This remedy is recommended
by dealers who have told it lor
many years and know its value.
It hat received thousands of
testimonials from grateful people.
It hat been prescribed by phy
sicians with the most satisfactory
results.
It has often saved life before
medicine could have been sent for
of a physician summoned.
It only costs a quartet. Can
you alord to risk so much for so
btk) buy rr now.
Jas. k. Clark's Trouble.
"Oklahoma City, OK., Aug. 18.
J. K. Clark of Sedalia, Mo., a dealer
in fancy horses, is in jail here charg
ed with the killing of I. S. Deford, a
traveling salesman. Both had been
drinking and upon reaching the top
of the stairway at the Stewart hotel a
quarrel ensued. Clark is said to
have struck Deford with his fist.
Deford fell down the stairway and his
neck was broken."
The above dispatch was published
in last Sunday's daily papers, and as
Jas. K. Clark was formerly a citizen
of this city it created no little sur
prise, from the fact that both Mr.
Clark and his family were considered
among our best citizens during their
residence in Versailles, and many
could not believe that he would be
implicated in a murderous affair as
indicated above without just cause.
The following dispatch in Tuesday's
dailies exonerates Mr. Clark:
"Oklahoma City, Ok., Aug. 20.
A coroner's jury today rendered a
verdict exonerating J. E. Clark of
Sedalia, for the death of I. S. Deford,
who fell down a stairway while the
two men were scuffling, Saturday
night, Clark's preliminary examina
tion is set for tomorrow."
Jim Clark lived here for a number
of years, and was considered a well-to-do
citizen. He was a local poli
tician of some note and' was for a
rime chairman of the democratic
county committee and during the
session of the Missouri House of
Representatives in 1003 he was door
keeper and filled the position with
credit to himself. That he had a
temper was demonstrated during the
time he held this position. While
in charge of the door Senator Self of
St. Louis tried to run a bluff on him
and the result was that Clark knock
ed him do wo, anil the act was one
among the famous things which oc
curred during that memorable session.
His friends will hope to hear that
there is some reasqn other than a
mere brawl behind the present
trouble, and that the disgrace of
murder may be lifted on account of
Mr. Clark's good family.
At the preliminary hearing held
Tuesday Mr. Clark was exonerated
of the death of Deford.
The Bunceton Fair.
Next week, August 29, 30 and 31,
the ISunccton Fair is to be held. The
Board having charge of the Fair have
mailc wondcrlul improvements on
their grounds during the past year,
and as they own the land on which
are located their buildings the Coop'
er County Fair has passed the ex
perimental stage and is now a fixed
institution of which the people of
Huuccton may feel justly proud.
The premium list is thoroughly
revised, the speed ring is fine, the
exhibits will be greater than ever and
the eleventh annual meeting this ear
promises to be the best the associa
tion has ever presented to the patrons
Our people have always liberally
patronized the liunceton Fair and
this year will be no exception to what
has been the rule. It is understood
here that our splendid base ball team
will play the fast liunceton team dur
ing the Fair. If this be true, the at
tendance from Versailles will be larg
er than during any previous ) ear.
Everybody goes to have a good time
and they always have it and liunce
ton may expect a good crowd from
Versailles.
If j our stomach troubles you lo not
conclude that theie in no cure, fur a
great many luvclievii permanently cured
by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets, (let a ample ut C. D. Hunter's
drug sture nml give litem atrial. They
also cure constipation and biliousness.
COI.1C AN l) DIARRHOKA
Pains in the stomach, colic und diar
rhoea are quickly relieved by the use of
Cuarabcrlaiu's Colic, Cholera und Diar
rhoea Remedy, l or sale bi Globe Drug
Blte,C. Di Hunter Prop.
On the
HA HA TONKA TRIBE, NO. 114.
Meets Every
Friday Sleep.
WIGWAM
VERSAILLES, MO.
19th pkt Sturgeon Moon, 0. S. D.416
Sohool of Instruction in Secret
'and Degree Work.
Promptly at the 9th run rising of
the Sun, the Chiefs of Ha Ha lonka
Tribe assembled in their Wigwam to
participate in the school of instruction
in secret and degree work. The
Sachem Brother Popper, assisted by
Brother D. K. Wray, Brother Jewel
Williams Senior Sagamore, Brother
J. W. Marriott Junior Sagamore,
Brother C. V. N. Hudson Prophet ;
called the Tribe to order and took up
the Universal pass word and the pass
word of the Chiefs Degree to show
all present were qualified to remain.
The Wigwam was then turned over to
the Great Sachem of Missouri, Geo.
S. Luzzaddcr, who proceeded to ex
emplify the adoption with the follow
ing picked team of Ha Ha Tonka
Tribe.
Sachem A. Topper, Senior Sogamorc
Jewel Williams, Junior agamoic J. W.
Marriott. Prophet C. V. N. Hudson, lit
Sannap C. II. Knapp, 2nd Sannap Fred
Heinctuaii, Ut Warrior C. C. Marriott,
2nd Warrior Wui. Ducey, 3rd Warrior
Chas. Kugler, 4th Warrior C. It. How
ard, 1st Brave I.. I'.ass, 2nd Urnve W. C.
Harmony, 3rd Brave John Sullen, 4th
Brave G. B. Snodgrass, Ut Mystery man
J. C. Blackburn, 2nd Mystery man T. L.
Ritchie, 1st Scout W. A. Kid well, 2nd
Scout J. B. Padgett.
Do You Want Ice?
I have it, and will deliver it right
in your ice box.
C. H. Pkick.
The Ice Man.
To the Teaeheri of the County.
The regular examination of tcachors
will be held in Versailles August 24th
and 26th. All teachers taking divided
examination must finish their work,
it being the close of the year.
Wray Wiitkn.
Co. Commissioneri
SjSSjLjsV
'jBBBSr
CARL W. BBERSACH
DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Notions, Shoes, Hats,
Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
Valises, Groceries, Etc,
Always the best for
least money.
Corner opposite Post
RICHARD HENRY WOODS,
VERSAILLES, MISSOURI,
High Grade Investments,
Real Estate, Collections.
Room 5, over Famous Clothing Store.
TELEPHONE NO. 218.
' - Vlilted Old Friends.
H. I.. Ray who had been to Bar
nett on a visit with his mother, Mrs.
Phillips, passed through here Mon
day afternoon on his way to Clarks
burg to visit relatives of his wife, M.
F. Nelson and R. P. Richards. Mr.
Ray resides in Tulsa, I. T., having
left this county twelve years ago. He
is a blacksmith by trade and is doing
well in his western home. He left
on our table two editions of the
Tulsa Daily World, both of which
arc boom editions profusely illustrat
ing the business and industrial inter
ests of Tulsa. The men behind the
scheme are spending much time and
money to keep their hustling city to
the front, and the example could be
imitated to advantage here in Mis
souri. For Sale or Exchange.
I wish to sell my farm 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 R. R. 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 S4.500 cash or ex
change for a 120 or 160 acre well im
proved farm, good soil wanted. For
further information write owner,
Henrv Mkismanx.
Gerald, Franklin County, Mo.
UXKIUST MAN IN ARKANSAS.
'Tin the luckiest man in Arkansas,"
writes H. L. Stanley, Bruno "since the
restoration c.f my wife's health ufter five
years of continuous co-.'ghitig and bleed
ing from the lungs; ami I owe my good
fortune to the world's greatest medicine,
Dr. King's New Discovery for Comump.
tion. which I know from experience will
cure consumption if taken in time. My
wife improved with first bottle and
twelve bnttie completed the cure."
Cures the worst counts and colds or
mouev refunded. Munt?.el Drug Co
druggists,, bOcandfl.U). Trial bottle
free.
the
- office.
Colorado
Vacation Land
A mile high ileliKhtful climate.
Mountain Air Clear and Crisp. A Sim
shine positively electric in cfTtct
Glorious Out Door Sport.
Veiry Low Rates
1 1 " U
Only $21.10 from Versailles round
trip return limit Octoter .11, I9O6.
Special excursion rates July IO1I1 to 1.1th, I
inclusive, account I'.lks' meeting: Only I
SI8.0O from Versailles, Mo. Send sixl
cen s in stamps for illustrated C'oloradol
books, 'Tnder the Turquoise Skjv '
containing complete list of Colotndol
hotels and boarding houses. Klks
folder full of information free.
HAL. S. RAYj
G.P.&T
St. Louts,
Mo.
J. R. POTTER
Proprietor of
Citv Rus I ine.1
and Feed Stable.
Horses fed and lonkpH after
RimspQ irinpr nil tMiiic f-
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attention, rnone 4y.
Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is
miner u 'iimvc uammec 10 cure con
stlpition, sick headache, stomach troubl
or anv form of iii(iii'e.tirm If n t..n
the manufacture,- rr.fn.tf1
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vou will have ntiU- vnnrulf , 1.1 ,
results as it nokltivrlv rMir.e 'ill f
kidney and bladder diseases, D
Hardy.
Private money
Kavanaugh.
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