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NEW FALL- JACKETS
Ladies, Misses and Children.
All Departments in our Large Emporium chuck full of
Up-to-date Goods which you are invited to inspect
while in the city.
YOURS TO PLEASE,
Leader in Low Prices and First-01 ass
D. L. WILLIAMS,
Office in corner rooms on second
floor over 1'irtt National Hank,
Prompt service and first. class work
to all patrons. 1'hone 37.
STILL MORE LOCAL NEWS.
The Rov. Irl R. Kicks 1907 Almanac.
The Rev. Irl U. Hicks his been com-!
pclk'd by the popular demand to resume
the publication of his well kuo.wi and
popular Almanac for l'J()7. This splen
did Almanac is now ready Fo sale by
uewsdealers, or sent postpaid for 25
cents, by Wokij ami Works ruiu.isii
l0 CoMl'ANV, 2 .'01 I.ocust Street, St.
I.ouis, Mo., publi hers of WokIi ani
Work, one of the best dollar monthly
iu.ig.iues in America One Almanac
gjss with every subscription.
Straight as the Crow Files."
Kansas City Southern
EXTREMELY LOW RATES ON
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS
OF EACH MONTH
The tide of Immigration has turned
to the South, where land Is cheap and
Tin Land or Fulfillment.
No ether section of the country
promises such ercat return from pro
ducts of the soli and Increased" values.
It's Worth Your Tiub.
Vrlte for free Illustrated literature,
H. D. DUTTOff
TlUVk MM. MY.
F. I. ROEtLER,
1. 1. WARNER, Q. f, AT. A.
1 M TMC ICN., KANSAS CITY i M.
Mrs. Milburn ami daughter, Mary, are
visiting relatives in Kansas City this
S. F. Uowiihii and Winer Sparks left
last Saturday for points in Ohio and
other eastern States, wheic they will
Iist Thursday, Tom Cooper, Gtorgt
RatclifT and Nelson Hall arrived from
the northwest, where they have been
sojourning the past two mouths.
Charlie and Kv.i Ilolloway spent
Saturday tmd Sunday with home folks.
Fred Milbuin of Sedalia veiled h's
parents from Saturday until Tuesday.
Rev. I). I. Slypher relumed to I'roc
lor Monday where he is conducting a
successful revival meeting
Julius Coo cr and family isiitd S J.
Hollo .v, ly and family of Tipton last week.
Mrs. Maltha Hobson of I, a Fajcttc,
Mo , who has been vUitiug her mother
for several daj s, left last Saturday
I Sixty Weeks for 1.75.
I) u't put olT until to-morrow the
matter of subscribing for 'llllt Youth' J
Companion. The publishers offer to
send to every ucv bubsciiber foi 11107
who at once remits the subscription
price, 1.75, all the bnies for the ie-
inaiuing week of l';(K free
These issues will contain
complete stories, betide s the opening
chapters of llamliu Garland's serial,
"The Long Trail" all in addition to the
5'2 issues of I'. 07.
Whatever otir age, sex, sixteen or
sixty, yon will fftul Yin; Companion to
be jour paper. It touches cveiy worthy
interest in life every iutcre-.tlli.it pro
motes cheerfulness, dexilops character,
enlarges the undeistimding and instils
ide.is of true patriotii-ni,
I'ull illustrated Anuoulireuieiit of Til)',
Companion for 107 will be sent to any
address free with sample copies of the
New subscribers will recic a gift of
Tin: Companion's. Four l.eaf IlunxiiiK
Calendar for l')U7, lillii etni litrl in
twelve colors mid gohl.-
Stibsciihcrs who get nw subscriptions
will receive fl6,il' 0 I (I in cash iiml many
other special awaitU, Scud Sir iufor.
THU VOI'TH'S COMPANION,
111 i.'erkclcy Strut, IIostom, Mass.
The Latest New Idea 10c
Patterns now on sale at Carl
W. Biersach's, on the corner.
Private money to loan ly Cha.
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 4v.
Never for;;ct that jou are a part of the
town, anil that vour own deportment
helps to make up the strangers estimate
of the pbu-e. Sell all you can and buy
all you can at home, livery dollar that
is sent or carried awny from home
tii'ikeslhe town th.it much poorer. If,
you have the means, invest in something I
that will give somebody employ limit, j
Do not kick at a proim-a-d improvement .
simply because everything does not I
come your way. Iberia Sentinal.
(Kriini Tin- laiterprUi-.
Mi-is I.ib.i Goa'uii came down from
Versailb s Thursday,
S. T Spurlock, of Versailles, was in
II iruett Thusday on business.
Freeburg H to have a canning factory,
f'i.oOO in shares already being sold,
George ltowlilie, who is etupoyed by
the Ver idles Telephone Co., was in
Several teams have been hauling jack
from the Simpson coal bank the past
week to hi shipped. We uiiderstMid
that several carloads will be shipped
The trade territory of a town is not all
dependent upon the distance to lie-tgl
lMriu. trading points. The trade tcni
to y depends hik'H the enterprise of the
iiicrchmtH iiml the residents of the town
If a town docs not reach after the trade
it will come only as fast as it has to.
Hut if the merchants go after business in
the surrounding country, adveituing in
every possible way, mid making good
every word eif their advertising, trade
will come from an e.eriucreasing radius,
the town will gain a reputation for being
awake ami It will forge to the fronli
It is the men In the town and nut alio
gcther the iiieil living within a certain
number of uille.vfroiii It that makes the
tjwil, California Despatch.
RICHARD HENRY WOODS,
High Grade Investments,
Real Estate, Collections.
Room 5, over Famous Clothing Store.
TELEPHONE NO. 218.
There k existing with many people IGOlcV
a wrong idea of The Keeley Cure they I JCJjy
think it makes one ill for a few days; or C (iPC
it ilestroj tint niiuil at first or last; or
that there aie htitdships couuected with .
the treatment. In nn case is this true. Coirespi iidence
There is a noticeable iiiiptovement from Confidential,
the start; the mind strengthens and re .'mm,
covers its normal condition and as the mun rnni nir
drugs or alcohol is eliminated a heahbv THE KEELEY
condition is builded. INSTITUTE
ii'i 281 W I.ocnst St.,
OK. J. E. BLAINE, Phy.lclan A ManoUer. . . S,1- '-""jN Mo
For S veura chit I of medical staff ot Uwltfht, III. r ''0ck "t , .' M
. A. Williams.
Flour S2.0o at
For fresh tewier meats at all times,
call on the Hutclicr anil Grocer.
C. II. Pkict.
Meeting at Post Oak.
The people of the Post Oik school
district are hearing livaugelist Miller
every night this week. He pie-aches in
the school hotiic, and will speak there
next Sunday at Ma in. and at "p.m.
They say that his bible subjects arc very
interesting, and the music is not bad, as
the singers are led by the Kvaugclist s
organ which was taken out tlleie this
no no: ok i'i.vai, m:ttm:mi'.nt.
Notice ik lit-iccy Kiien. Il-iit tlrr iniilcrh;iii'
Caroline M. Il.mi y, nrlmiiiMrnti Ix of ttie e-.Mli
of Win. A. Hank, trrt-.irril, will iimLc (hi I
llli-uiriit nf l-i-r rrci.iiins with s,. rsintr i,
scicli uilmiliinlnnitx, Ht Hie itx! le-imuf lli
ProlMIeOiiirt of M irjrHH Oi'ialy, .Mi-mnrl I i
lie liolilcn nl Vtrnaillts In niil eoiinlt, 11:1 tl,.
will il.iv of Nnvriiitit-r. A. I), r.Wi.
e.roi.!.si: M, Usnkv, AihiiliilMialiis
Do You Want Ice?
1 have it, and will deliver it right
in your ice box.
C. II. I'kici:.
The kc Man.
When You Want
Don't forget that
it pay to see me
before you buy.
H. F. Abell.
Of Stockholders Meetint.
Notice is hereby given that theie wi'l
be a meeting of the Stockholder of Tin
Grid 1'ellows building Association of Vet.
saille , MiHsmui, Saturdn the Tenth dav
of November, IIMH, at eight o'clock p, in,
for the 1'iiri.ose of voting on a prop-i-,'
tion to issue $ lo.fKX) first niortgnge bonus
on thr tironirt of the Associiition.
All Stockholder will take due notic.
Versailltt Mo. Sept. 4th, 1I(M.
Gio II. HumuKii
' J W. Mii.t.s
i!i D, IIai;is.in