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Timm or nnunxa cockt.
circuit court -HM Monday In April and 2nd Mon
ti i) In Aliquot ami Dis-emlier,
I'robate cotirt-'iiwl Monday In Pebruiir, Mux mill
Sotetnber, mid 4tli Myrtitity In Align!.
luit- caarl-riM Motidar In Fchmirj, May,
Au'.-nt nnd Novenib-r,
Motiot Cocfi OrriciAi.x.
ITi-Mliig Ju bin
luler let Dltrtrtct
Indue of Probate
' circuit Ch-ik and KeconW
County Clei k
William T. lUmfti
7lioina y. O'Neill
MiiiumI W, HficarK
Harvey K. Net lll.i
Wesley C. Thomas
John T. Ik-file
Win. T. 8. Agee
CLurii-K 1". WIIIaoii
1.0. Hardy, sr,
t rpd Mouses
JnMea V( Johnson
Juliii H. Boyn
(leorge I'. Chirk
VauntiLM itt orriciuj).
Mnynr Samuel Daniels'
CltyCletk It. M. Mres.tr
Attorney It. M. Lives ly
l.'lty Tn-n-urcr I'lfi-June.
City Marslnl William Due
llrgiitarmeeUni. ol city council erry2nd and 4th
.F.i A. M.-Vri.illle ji, No. 117, regular
eomtuunlciilltiii the l't Saturday nlxlit each month.
A. I Hon, W. M.
.tAMH McNt, S-crefcuy.
I.I). I). r. VenutllM IIt;c. No. 3ft. regular
niM-thili every Tui-di nlt'lit.
(Jli.ck Li urm, N. O.
A. roppin. Secretary.
h', uf I Vers iltl". ItOtlff. No. I?.', meets ever)
'I litipUy night. II. X. I.fTMA. C. C,
:. V. N. HetMON. K. of IU x S.
M, W. A. Versailles CamisNii. 3"t3, niwli ctery
l-t and Srd Wrdnesd.i) night bleach iiinntii.
J. L. SIIOHT, Consul.
I!. K. Ilcck, Clerk.
I.O It. M.-ila Hi To-iki Trio-, So. III. iiref
--r Friday fIim-ji. Jguri. Willi tv. Suclu-ni.
(.'. V. .V. IlL'umx 0. of It.
M. K. Church, Sontli-I'rrwlilnj every Sunday at
II a, hi. mid 7S)U . in. Sunday school nt a. in.
I'rajer meeting Wcdm-sl i eteniru.
Ilav. S. W. KMOBV, Pastor.
Presbyterian Church Preaching etery Similar,
icei tlx- nrfi, at II a. m. and ;l . in. Sunday
ImxjI ut 9:30eteiy Miinl.1) morning.
ltr.v. K.I!. IIoaz, Pastor.
HaptHt Church-Pre icliliu cvi-ry 2nd nml Itli Situ
iliymit 11 a. lu.an I ".-SO i. in. lliului- iwctlnx
Saturday l't"rc tlw till Suud ly lit 711 i. m. Nun
ilay Hclml at f) . m. nml 11. V. I. L. nt 7rW i. m.
.wry Sunday. Kv i!. V. Wiilxtf, Pitor.
Clirlntlan Cliuirb Similar wdiuol every Sunday nt
'i;:Wii. in. A. L. Kohj, Kiiix-rluteudt'iit.
H. Paul' M. I!. Ckurcli (fnl irp-D-Preaidiln' nt
'II a, in. ami 7::m p. m. lt iindUrd SuudayH In c.irli
iiiimtlt. Prayer nii'etluit every Tlmrwuiy eii nlii!!.
-unduy uluml ut 930 u. m. every Kuuday.
ItKV. S. f. JoiInfon, Pm-tor.
Colored IliiitHtCliilirli-ri-.'.irliliiiit 11 a. in. and
'1(H) p. in. every Slid and 4th Kiindii) In each month.
II. V. P. M. every Wedneml.iy eieulnu at7ail. Sun
lay k-IkmiI nt'.'ii') p. in. every .Sunday.
Hv. (. W. Wattx, Pnttor.
A. O. t:. W.-VerallleH Untae, Nil I.VI, lui-eto ev.
iy 2nd and Itli l'rld.iy nlxlitH In e.ieli luontli.
vM. Waiwuhii, m. w.
r.o. uoroan, net'order.
It. D.-Mown Uulyv, tin. ma. I. (. O. P., niectx
Jnil mid ttli Wediii'Kilay ntlitn III encli uonlli.
Mna. J. I.. Siioiit, N, O,
P.vi WakJuno, Set'rct iry.
D. L. WILLIAMS,
Office in corner rooms on .second
Moor over I'irst National liunk,
Prompt service nml first-class work
to all patrons. Phone 37.
I handle the only hard wheat Hour
in Versailles. Made from Turkey
hard wheat. V. N. GiNon.
Come to see me if vou want to borrow
imtiey Ruom 6, Chits. V. KuvaiMUgh,
I'hone 26; Mason & Hardy WdK.
The Latest New Idea 10c
Patterns now on sale at Carl
W. Biersach's, on the corner,
1 0 0 F.
Versailles Lodge, No. 2U1, 1.0
I). 1., meets every Tuesday night
I'.miness of importance demands the
attention of every member. Come
Capt. Albert Munti'l utid daughter,
Miss I.illie, of Clark's Fork township
itii'l G. It. Mejer, Jr., and wife, were in
Il.iiK'cton Wednexbiy. They went from
h. -re to Versailles to spend Thanksgiving
with Capt. Mutit.el s son, A. 1. Muut.-l,
i. ud family, liiiucetoii Kaglc.
Mary and Pied Millmrn pellt Tliankn
giving Day with hmne folks,
Mivs Eunice Dawson of Stdalia visited
l'tiliiy Milburn several days last ueek.
Charley and I'iva llolloway spent
i lianksgiviug at home.
Kev. Keuuey voiidiicted TluukFgiviug
kcryices at the Concrete Thursday.
Clev linker tisilcd at home several
'In last week.
Mr. Milburn mnde a business trip to
Scdaba last Hutunlay.
C. A. liolltiuay is visiting his sister,
Mr. Heyer, of C!c Cump, this week.
li-n I'eljdtiu Hiclninls visited her
fttber, !'. C Richards, of yractise, sev
Mr. Curtis and wife left Monday for
1 D'l, wlieie tliey will Itsldc in the
John A. KHen is up and around again
The spelling at Self Chapel lut Wed-
ucsday night was a success. Lee Young
seems to be the champion speller of the
school, as she stood up longest both
R. 8. Woolery, who is working on a
farmn ear Marshall, spcot a day or two
at home at Thanksgiving.
John Combs was tip in our part buying
calves this week.
Say I diil you read the Editor's account
of the Masonic supper at delisted
Brother Editor next time wait until you
recover before you chronicle the event.
We noticed a short time ago that Clerk
Thomas was worrying about the slack
of business in the license department.
Cheer til), Wcs , wc think from all
indications you will have a rushing time
about Christmas, Alietu! Guess now.
Married at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. I.eona Goodman, three
miles northeast of Harnett, Wednesday
evening, November SS, 1906, Mr. James
A. Vows and Mis Ethel Goodman.
The groom is the youngest son of Uncle
James Vows anil wife, of this city and is
a leading merchant of the town. Mr.
Vows is a model man in every respect,,
being .sober, intelligent, industrious and
possessed with bound judgment as is
proven by his choice of a companion.
The bride is the tccond daughter of
Mrs. Leona Goodman. She is an aecoui
plisbeifaud sensible young lady, and is
held in hinh esteem by her many friends.
ltolh the coutratting parties belong to
highly respected families and are well
and favorably known in this community.
Shortly after a very impressive cere
mony by Rev. G. V. Mathis, of Sedalia,
the guests, composed of the families of
H. R. nnd N. A. Vows, Charles Mobley,
Charles Woosley, of Meta, l'attl Inglish
and sister, Miss Lena, of Olean, Misses
Heruice Opal and Hroox Goodman, Miss
Etta Wreidcn and Misses Elite and Eva
Duncan, were invited to the (lining
room where a sumptuous repast was
On account of the illness of Uncle
James Vows, father of the groom, the re
ception was not to large as it would have
been should he have been well. The in-
fair dinner was a magnificent one and
the occasion one worthy of remembra
nce. The happily united couple will
make their home in this city. The En-
Ti'.KPitiSK joins their many friends in
wishing them a long and blissful life.
And the Boys Got Even.
As stated in last week's Review, the
aid boys would sure show Leslie
Chismau a warm time upon his iclitrn
from his wedding trip to Kansas City.
And they ccitniuly did.
S'nce coming home Leslie hits kepf
himself pretty well under cover, and it
was not until Wednesday afternoon that
the boys were able to smoke him out,
tud this was brought about only by
Virgil Wall sending a messenger over to
tell Leslie that a hutrv-up call awaited
him at the Hell telephone. And he
"come a ninuiii' " and into the trap he
went. The bunch laid for him nt the
farmers Hank and soon bad him, bound
hand and foot, in Arlie Silver's mail
The baud boys were ready, nnd to the
notes of a rattling two step, started down
the south side of Main str. et to tlie
Campbell House, then back up the north
side, the joung Item-diet taking with
good grace the friendly shots fired at
him with Gatliug-guu tapidity from the
score of people lining the sidewalks.
Twice around they went, and then
some more fun. It will be remembered
that the Rev. lf. I'. Gordon was particeps
crimiuis to this einly hour vvidiliti,
thereby assisting in the defeat of the
band boys in their deep laid scheme to
show Leslie a time, and as they made the
circuit, air. ijonlou was seen at the stair
entrance between the two banks. Some
one called him, and up the stairs be shot
like a blazing rocket ami the boys after
him. After considerable parleying nml
maneuvering, the good minister came
down with the boys and took his position
by the side of the tascal who had cattsitl
litem so mucii worry aii'l uneasiness ot
mind. A warrant was rend to them uuil
to It each answered "guilty," after which
' each was ullowed a short plea in defense
of his action, the minister declaring that
it would be his last until the next, Leslie
nyiug that "once was enough for him."
An alarm clock was t going to rcmiiid
them of the dark hour in which they
perpetrated the deed, the baud hos
pl.ned a fine well piece, Lesslie called
them over to the post office news stand,
set up it 'couple ol boxes of cigars, and
"the h-jinids were called off,"
All in all, it was about the richest
thing that hits happened in Windsor in
many a day. -Windsor Ktview.
Fall and Winter Goods
la complat consisting of the latest on the marKet In
Ladies9 Coats, Dry Goods,
Dress Goods, Furnishiig Goods, Underwear,
Trunks, Suit Cases, and the best line of Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Groceries, &c.
We invite all
All New and Up-to-Date.
Carl W. Biersach,
On the Corner opposite Post-office.
If you want a Notary Public don't for-
get the Phone 267", or call at room U Ma
sou & Hardy llltlg. Chas. W. Kava
naugh, The Abstracter.
Make a Home!
How every true man and woman loves
the name of home!
How they pity those who, from force
of circumstances, must board, even
Ivvery newly married couple should set
up an establishment for thmselves, no
matter how small it must be.
Here they must become acquainted with
eai'li other; here they 'may spat and kiss,
wttliput comipent or advice from out
siders, for, safe to say, there will be
more disagreements and misunderstand
lugs, more tears and Heartaches tlie ttrst
year than any one year after; so, by all
means, live alone the first year.
No matter how long, nor how well, the
couple may base known each other before
marriage, it is a strange new path that
they must travel now- -they must adjust
themselves to each other's peculiarities,
figure out for themselves the evcr
perple.xing question of dollars and cents,
and, maybe, teach u turkey appetite to
render a thankful "Aiiicu' after a bacon
To each one will sometimes come this
question: "Did 1 make a tuistak in
marrying?" Let us hope that love and
faith make answer; "All is well," and
that these little differences, with their
uecesnary explanations, will pave the
way to complete understanding and
perfect trust, and that the second year a
loving glance, a gentle hand-clasp or a
smile ill take the place of the tearful
explanations of the past.
Do not cheat yourself out of the
p'easure and luxury of owning your own
home the fact that it is cheaper counts
little beside the iucteaned llappiniss it
brings to the owneis.
Kach new leaf, each blossom, is
nature's lavish thanks for care received.
The home-making of a loving couple
is th.t happiest time in life, and the
couple who would forego the pleasures
of home for the so called advantages of
a boarding house is very short-sighted.
No boarding house can be home.
It is well tor children that most of
boarding houses refuse to recti ve them,
thus lotting the parunts into making a
bout" for them.
In your own home you arc a great
man; in a tatdii'g house n uiariied man
is a nonentity, i.ud the si i g e u'an a
In justice to yourself, made a home. -Kansas
When You Want
Don't forget that
it pays to see me
before you buy.
H. F. Abell.
o come and look
Goods, they -are
There is existing with many people
a wrong idea of The Keeley Cure they
think it makes one ill for a few days; or
it destroys the" mind at first or last; or
that there are hardships connected with
the treatment. In no case is this true.
There is a noticeable improvement from
the start; the mind strengthens and re
covers its normal condition and as the
drugs or alcohol is eliminated a healthy
condition is builded.
DR. J. E. BLAINE, Physician A
For 8 years chief uf medical staff at
WANTKD GOOD MAN in each
county to represent and advertise co-op.
crative department, put out samples, etc.
Old established business house. Cash
Salary (21.00 weekly expense money ad
vanced; permanent position. Our Ref
erence, Hankers, National Hank of Chi
cago, Capital 82,000,000 Address Man
ager, Tun Columbia Housk, Chicago,
111. Desk No. I. A(').
Dv virtue and authority of u nneeinl execution
issued Inini the office uf the cler: of the circuit
court uf MurKUti louuty, -Mi nuuri, tetiirn.'iliH- ut
the llecemlH.'!- term, l',ofi. uf kiM court: ami to
me directed in fnvor ol the Mute uf Missouri, ut
til reliitinu ftliil to the iikrtit 1. S. Clint-, ml
lrctorol the revenue of Morgan county, Mln-
couri, nnd agiiiun John w . Mco mid Jacob
Stniu-, I hive levied u;ou and srircd nil the
riKht, title, iuteiest nnd iliiim of the said John
hihconud Jacoh Stinits of, in mid the fullo'vinn
described teal etute. In will The north half ol
thrsoutheant iiuartcr of necllun tveiity sl (id.j
titviuhi fml)-tuo 12), r n line tlKhttcu In, nil
l Sti( aii.t hciiiKiu the nnid county, nnd State of
.Mi-sour i; and 1 wilt, on Momlav. the Will duVof
Decemlur, A. U I '', (It htint;' the nut diivrif
the circuit court i f t-ald count), lietHern'tlu
hnum of nine o'clock In the forenoon mid f.te
o'cU ck in the afternoon of Unit day, at the court
house door, in the city of Vcmillkx, county of
Morgan aforcmid. ell the same, or so ninth
thereof us may lie required, at public tendue. to
the hiheM bidder for cnth in hand, to salUfy
said t-xtcution and costs.
Cimk, K. Wil.l.snN,
Sheriff of MorKnii County, Mo.
SllliKII'I 'S KAI.H
lly virtue and niillioiity of. a sjirtiiil execution
i-med from the office of the clerk uf the circuit
court of Moruuu county, MiHsourl, returnable at
the December term. ,l. of ld court, nnd to
me dirtcted In lavoi ot the Mute ot Mlftsouri. nt
the relation and In theme of '.. H, Cluie, col
lector of the retenue of Moiau couuly, MIk
ouri. Hud nun in si I, It. Aniltrsou, I hnvv IcUrd
iioii anil (el.eiinii i lie rmiu, line, inieiest ami
elniin of the 1I I , II. Anderson of, in and tothc
folliminK dest'tuwd teal cmnlc, to-uiti 'I lie
southwest quarter of the southwest iuaitei of
section eleteii ll), township forty flu, range
eighteen 'II ll"K ami belliR ill theeafd
county, and Ktntt- of Misnouri; and I will, on
Monday, the loth day of December A, I). I'.
lit IhtIuk the hist day of the citruit con it of nid
county), let ween the hounof nine o'clock In
the foreiKMiii and fue o'clock in the nfli-moon of
tliat ilnv. at the coutt hoiuc door, in IheCitvof
Vcrsaillen, comity of Morituu nfoieiaid, sell the
sarrte, or so muili thcieof a nmv tie required, nt
sunlit- reunite. 10 me nisur.i niuuer lor tasu in
and, to antisfy .iid exetutiou and col.
Cu s. K. WlkMoti,
HhttllTof Morgan County, Mo,
City Bus Line
and Feed Stable.
Horses fed and looked after.
Husses meet all trains. Or
ders by 'phonfc given prompt
attention. 'Phone 49.
V 1 Jdr9PdBeVH
2803 Locust St.,
St. Louis, Mo.
or Lock Box 1022,
St. Louis, Mo.
lly viitue uud aiilliorlly of a special execution
imiiu uuin sue oince ol tile cierK or tile
citcuit court o Morgan county, Missouri, retin li
able at the Uecciuber Isriu, IKI6, of said court,
and to me diiected in favor of the Stale of Mis
souil.ut the relation and to the use of 1!. S.
Clitic, collector of the rctentie of Morgau coun
ty, Missouri, nnd against W. J. Teriell, I hate
levied uiun am! seized all the right, title, Inter
est and claim of the said W, J, Teriell of, in and
to the following deacritied real e-tatc, to v.il:
An uuditidtil one-third interest in the southeast
liiaiter of the southwest quarter, nnd the nest
half of the southeast quarter, nnd the southeast
quarter of the southeast quaitcr of section t en
lj-eight (SKI, towinlnu foity 140), range eightt
een (IM, nil lying ami being in the said countv,
and State of Missoitii: and I will, 011 Monday,
the tilth day of December, A. I), l'A6, (it being
the first day of the circuit coutt cf said county 1
ueiwecii tue iiourti ui iiitir o ejticK 111 wie Hue
noon nml five o'clock in the aftcriiis-m of in 1
duy, at the court house door, in the city of Vet
'allies, Ccunty of Morgan aforesaid, sell the
same, or so inutli thereof ut may be requited, nt
public vendue, to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, to satisfy raid execution nr.d costs,
Cn.ts. 1',. Wll.l.KON,
Sheriff of Moigau County, Mo.
lly viittie and authority of a iptcial execution
issued ftoni the olTice 01 the cletk of tlieclrcuil
court of Mol gan county, Missouri, returnable at
the December term, i'6. of said com t, and to
me diiected in favorof the State of Missoml
nt the relation and to the use of K. H. Cline, t-ol
lectin of the revenue of Morgan county, Mis
sonil, and against I bonias M. Miller, I hate lev
ied iiioii nnd seized atl the light, title, inleitst
and claim of Hie sahl Thomas M. Miller, of, iujj
audio the following described renl estate tow Jp
An undivided one-half IntitcU in the solilhc.isW
half of the southwest qi'iirter, and tlie west lialC
..III... I. ...... !.. ..t . ..-.!.... ...
il .(IV ..will, , HIS, lt-ll .11 1JI IHKUIJ'.O
(.'o), township forty (40), range seventeen (17 j,
all lying and being ill the said county, and Stale
of Missouri: and 1 will. 011 M. nr'iiv. the lOtli hiv
of December, A. D. I"W. (It being the first day
of the circuit com I of said count) 1 between the
hour of nine o'clock in the fotrnr.oii and lite
o'clctk in the afteriiiMin ot tlmt day. al tlie court
house door in the city of riille, county of
Motgat, afotesnnl, sell the s,iue, rso tniielt
thereof ns may be icuiillid, ut public vendue,
to the highest, bidder lor cash in hand, to satis.
ly snlil vxeintioii ami ions.
Ciias. H. Wll.l.SOS,
Stietiff of Morgan Countv, Mn.
Watch for these Dates.
December 4th and 6th.
There arc money -iimkiiif,' mid home
Kettini,' ojipoitiiniiies Sontliwett Hint
you'll not miss; for niiytliing, if yon kncH
about then). Tnke it trip nml inftuiti
yonraelf. .'ee tiie country. I,es tlmu
HAL. S. RAY,
If you wtiit lnstiriiitre in one of Vh
liest olil line Coiitp tnics in the worltl t.c3,
me, room (i. Clus V Kavannitiih '
I'liuneio; .Vawn llnr.ly Hltlg, '