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Morgan County Republican
CENTRAL. MISSOURI FARMING. MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS.
Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, Sept. 18. 1912.
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Furniture l all kinds repairer,
and satisfaction given.
KlDWKl.L A TALIIOIT.
Carriage Trimming1 and Re
pairing Neatly and promptly
in Business 41 Years.
Harness, Bridles, Etc.,
Home ' made, Hand-mad
Will meet all competition
in prices considering quality
of material and workmanship
Call and see me before
Versailles. - Missouri.
D. L. WILLIAMS
Office in New Oilil Fellow lltiililinj;
I'rompt service anil first-class work
to all patrons, l'honu 37.
Being a member of the Fraternal
Mystic Circle, of Philadelphia, and
my policy having a clause for total
disability for half the amount, I made
application for same, hoping thereby
to keep the Rkpuhmcan going, and
support family, untill it could be dis
posed of on f lir terms, but the exam
ining board of physicians reported
that my physical condition was O K,
and my disability only temporary, so
that instead of receiving help as ex
pected, I lost out $10.00 paid for
examination fees, and. considerable
postage and stationery.
Now, I am not able to do any labor
ot any kind whereby to earn a living,
cannot even begin to conduct my
business, and therefore I am COM
PELLED TO SELL THE REPULI
CAN. A hustling printer can make it earn
SlOOOOper mon h. I hae done
this. Inn able to wurk, anil did no;
ni iflv hvIi mt nil it', imitttliilttlf!:.
If you want to go. into the newptper
uusiuob tunic ituii acc inc.
W. W. KlNLOCII,
HERE'S THE PLACE TO GO!
A Whole Week of Education and Pleasure
issouri State Fair
Opens Sept. 28 Closes Oct. 4
A Granfd Exposition of Missouri's Resources
Tlir firm Of
(At KMwell's OM Stand.)
Will continue the Undertaking ind
We are prepared to do all kiwis o
epairing, and furnish Furniture at
prices that will cause you to buy.
An excellent assortment of Caskets,
Coffins, Robes, Etc., will be kept in
stock. Prompt service, and satis
Call on, or phone us.
KIDWELL OH TALBOTT.
20 and 21.
Places of Study
A Million Dollar Stock Show
Horses, Mule, Cattle, Sheep, Swine
Farm Machinery Exhibits
Stock and porn Judging Contests
Mamjnoth Poultry Show
G.uul Agricultural and
Balloon Ascensions and Races
Splendid Vaudeville Entertainment
Thaviu's Celebrated Band
Three Nicht Horse Shows
Great Horse Racing
Tin ;V;r)H.i . State Fair is a School, College and University of Observation
MhlSt Sdl II YU Can ffrd o Gol You Can't Afford to Stay Away!
Don't Forget I "Everybody's Boosting it Now." Bargain Fares on Railroads
Every body is invited to r.ill and
see our fine display of tall ami winter
hats. ; t
We carry a line of hair goods, mts,
N. E. Mounts.
Oac-Way Coleatat Tickata to Call
(rata Bad North Pacific Coaat
Point, will bm ea aale at vary low
ratoa of fara daily, Sapteaibar 23
to October 10, 1912
Tickets are honored in
Tourist Sleeping Cars upon
payment of berth rate about
half that of standard sleepers
but fully as comfortable.
Choice of Three Routes
Via Colorado Scenic Route to Salt
Lake City thence Western Pacific
through the Grand Canyon of the
Feather River; via Colorado Scenic
Route to Salt Lake City and Ogdea
thence Southern Pacific; via El
Peao and New Mexico the direct
route of lowest altitude and route
of the "CallomJan" U connection
'v with the E. P. &&W. and Southern
For Inlormatioo. writs areaB.
Geo. A. Morgan, Agent.
Mr. C. H. Mason and family are
figuring on making an automobile trip
to Illinois and will probably leave the
first of the week in their Ford. If
Mason gets over there and back with
out any mis-hap he will next figure
on going to the Panama Exposition at
Mr. W. Suddarth and wife, ol
Guthrie, Okla., are here visiting Mr.
S's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Suddarth,
! ot VVcstlawn.
Mr. and Mrs. Fluke of Boonville,
Mo., father and mother of Mrs.
Anbrey Buell, were visiting the Buell
family a few days last week.
Crewson & Harrison have had
Messrs. Decker and Ritchie raining
for some time near the Ritchie school
house. They are now getting some
very good lead at less than thirty feet
The formation is good and it's a fine
Mr. Carl Sheldon is quite sick at
the residence of D. C. Hardy, sr.
Rev Orr's lecture on his western
trip, especially 'that part covering the
Yellowstone Park, last Sunday even
ing was very instructive and interest
ing and deserved a much larger at-
tendance than he had. It was next
to making the trip yourself and show.
ed that our minister didn't miss much
that was to be seen.
Miss Edna Abell left last Sunday
for Warrensburg to continue her les
sons in panting and manual tr lining
She is making rapid progress and will
be through school next spring.
With the heavy rain of Saturday,
Jack Frost will stay away a, while
there will be plenty of cucumbers
tomatoes, turnips, roasting ears, beans
Our young friend, Irwin Young, left
Thursday morning for Columbia,
here he will take a course in agricul
ture at the University. When he
comes back we are all going to learn
how to farm. His lather farmed 5the
old way and got tired long ago and is
now in a more profitable business.
Everything is progressing finely for
the street fair to be held, here near
the first of October. This will prob
ably be the best fair the county' has
N. Monroe SL Milliner.
I Wish to announce that my fall
and winter stock of millinery will be
on display Sept. 20, and 21s'.
Special effort has been given to
select the latest stvlcs in hnts ana
goods from two firms in Kansas City
and two in St. I-ouis.
All arc invited to call on an see
this season's millinery.
I always try to please in both style
Mrs. M. F. Mariott.
This new Theater was opened by
the Dresie Bros., formerly of this
place, last Thursday night in Topekj.
Kan. Their friends here wish them
the best of luck.
John E Price and wife have gone
to New Mexico to see a daughter,
who is located out there. They wil
also stop coming back and sec Char
lie Price-arid family at El Reno and
Luther Price in Oklahoma. They
will probably be gone about three
Old Papers for sale at this of
fice. 20c per hundred.
The Versailles Commercial Club is
dandy and to see the crowds that at
tend these meetings makes a person
right proud of Versailles. It looks
like something is going to be done.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Barber were a
Eldon last week and while there they
attended a birthcay party, a surprise
to Mrs. Marion Taylor, who was fifty
four years of age. 1 here were one
hundred and eighty-two guests pres
ent. There was plenty to eat for
everybody and they report a big time
generally. For once Hugh got
enough to eat and it nearly broke his
heart to see so much left.
Ed Norris purchased list week
from H. E. Mahan, Agent Mo. Pac
the freight team and wagon recently
owned by Mefford, who bought it a
year or so ago from Geo. Ide. Mr
Norris will continue the business.
It's mighty tame up town now since
the Skating rink started. Lots of
people said, "Oh, they won't skate in
Versailles." However it doesn't look
that way. The only thing needed is
a larger rink.
Versailles Lodge. No 192, K. of
P., held their annual watermelon
feast Thursday night of last week with
melons enough for every body. The
editor was not able to be there, so
the brothers sent us a whole melon,
and we had a watermelon feast all
day Friday. From what we could
learn the old stand-by's did their full
duty, and sustained their reputations
for taking what was in sight and rustl
ing for more.
j Nelson M. Ball
( Gladys M. Sanford
J Henry Houser
( Rosa Rastorfer
has in stock the Fisk Hats,
medal Hats and Gage Hats,
fail to sec them.
MRS. J. W. BOLES
will have on display Sept. 20th and
21st a fine stock of fall and winter
millinery selected by Miss Bonne), a
young lady of experience, as a trim
mer. Mrs. Boles will have goods
from St. Louis, Chicago and Kansas
City markets, in order to give her
customers a fine assortment. Miss
Bonncl arrived today to assist Mrs.
Boles. You arc cordially invited.
The Millinery Bazar
has the goods, the right prices
the work guaranteed.
N. E. Mounts.
Sixth Street Theater Opened
The opening of the new 6th Street
theater occured last night a com
fortable crowd officiating at the dedi
cation. Topeka amusement seekers
should be pleased with this new theater
and it's appointments for this is truly
a beautiful place. The color scheme
is mahogany and dark green. The
lighting is nicely distributed. Possi
bly the greatest feature, making for
the comfort of the patrons, is the
flume ventilating system, which is
new in this city. Howenstine's or
chestra made a decided hit. It is the
plan of the management to feature
the music and if Howentin's orchestra
continues as popular as it was last
night they will be a very strong card
Topeka Daily Capitol.
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