Newspaper Page Text
Hurrah for Tcilily.
Mr. Noah llosinger, from Okla
homa, is in the settlement visiting
Last Sunday was announced the
wedding of John IJucher and Miss
Linda liosinger. Wish them God
speed and a happy married hie.
Mrs. I). -Sdieidegger, from fort
Morgan, Coin., arrived here Tuesday
to attend the funeral of her father,
Mr. A. . Moser.
K. R. Moser, from Wootlburn.
Ind., armed Wednesday to attend his
father's funeral. A. J. Moser. He
left again Saturday for his home.
Frank Leaman is painting his ham.
Sidehottom and Taylor are the paint
ers. 1 Sickness ol aliout ten days lur
1 ation. caused by general breakdown
and paralysis brought to a Hose a
noble life Oct. 28. A. J. Moser was
horn he pi. 28, 1845, in Wayne coun
ty, Ohio. He had reached the age
of 67 years and 1 month. He came
to Missouri in i860, was married to
Carolina Welly May 14, 1870. To
this union was born ten hildrcn, all
of whom are living. Mr. Moser was
a kind and obliging father, a good
neighbor and was loved by all who
knrw hnu lie was the lounih'r and
secretary of I lael Dell Fire Insur
ance Co., and at present was a candi
date for County Judge of Moniteau
county. His remains wen: laid to
rest at Helhel Cemetery Oct. 31, Rev.
D D. Kn g ottu iating. The griel
stricken family h.r.ethe heartfelt sym
pathy of the entire coinmunitv.
The Missionary Society ol the
Kaptist Church will give their annual
llaar, Thrusday, Dec-. 1 litli. Will give
The Fit si Snow
The fust snow of the season in this
part of the tuiryard. fell on Hallow
'een. eaily in the evening, following
a bin nin fall. It was a fitting c lose
to the most glorious October ever
known by the oldest settler, April.
May, Sept. and a lair sprinkling of
the finest October weaiher being scat
tered through the month and c losing
ith a genuine touch of Nov.
The Millinery Dazar
is making reduced prices on Pattern
Hats and on shapes. Hats made and
trimmed to order by a first class trim
mer. Call and yet prices before buy
N. K. Mi t is.
to keep your subscription within the
t velve mm t'i's limit the post olfice
department says you are an outlaw, a
dishonest person, and not to be
trusted when you get twelve months
behind. Keep on the inside.
The Methodist Indies will give their
nniinl Turkey Dinner Thursday
night. Nov. 21 at the Odd Fellow
Hall, Kvery liody come.
At an informal meeting of state
officials and men interested in road
improvement in the state of Missouri,
it was determined to send out a call
to the automobile clubs, good road
organizations, commercial clubs and
other orgauizations and persons
interested in the good roads move
ment in Missouri, to meet at Jefferson
City on Novemderluth, 1012, at 1:30
p. in., for discussion. I was ap
pointed temporary secretary and di
rected to issue the call.
'I he principal objects of that meet
ing are to t:iKO necessary steps to
draft a bill to be presented to
the coming legislature, embodying
such needed rev ision of our state roads
laws as may be suggested and deter
mined by sue h meeting : to organize a
state good roads associations for the
purpose of making a statewide cam
paign in support of such bill as may
be determined proper to submit to
the legislature : to consider and
adopt some plan to use prison labor
cjii public roads, and the discussion
of any other matters which may be
determined proper to be brought to
the attention of said meeting.
The good roads movement is a
matter ol great importance to the
people of Missouri. Kvery citizen of
the state should be interested in
the cleveloiiient and furtherance of
the case. It means the increase of
her population, the development of
her natural resources, and the increase
of properly value.
Jkuomk 11 CiUicn;
Condensed Olhcial Report ol the
The BanK ol Versailles
Made by a Committee of Stockholders
at the c lose of business Sept. M, HU2:
Loans and Discounts. - S218,;:jWtt
lioncls, - - - 1.000.00
Real Kstatc. - - 8,180.80
Furniture and Fixtures. . U, 000. 00
Cash and clue Irom Ranks 70,02o.01
LI AIM LIT IKS
Capital Stoc k, full paid R0.000.00
SURPLUS - - -!6.72.'.r0
Rills Payable and Redis
counts - - - U7.0000.00
DKPOS1TS - - 21o,02(5.i38
The Above Statement is correct.
Wii.t. L. SiKi'iir.Ns, Cashier.
Just Come on to
And g'et your goods.
He can sell them a little cheaper
Potatoes out of car the latter part
of this week for 65c by the sack.
C. H. Mason,
The Place to buy
where you can do
these prices with
Home Product Flour, per cwt $2.50
Fancy Pattent Flour 2.60
Turkey Hardwheat Flour 2.50
Kuyal Danity Flour 2.00
New Corn Meal per bu. l.lO
Choice Evanorated neaches, per lb .12 1
Choice evaporated apricots .15
Choice canned corn, 4 cans for .25
Canned hominy, 3 cans for .25
Heinz sweet, sour and dill picKles.
Heinz SuarKraut, 5c per lb.
Our new supply of English Walnuts, pe
cans, almonds and all Rinds of candies will arrive f
in a few days.
Bet Oil In the World
Lamps, Incubators, Stove
Don't bother about having an
oil can filled every few days.
Buy a barrel of
National Light Oil
Don't k imposed upon by allowing
liomcone ( tell ou low trade oil
claimed lo I juvt u iood. Get
the genuine. II your dealer cannot 1
supply you write ui direct.
Tic Natioul Refiaiaf Co.
Tommy was at hoarding school,
and it was decided that for various
practical reasons it would hi- better
for him to spend Thanksgiving with a
neighboring aunt instead ot takinj; the
longer journey home. This decision
was announced to him with an much
gentleness ar. possible, and in a few
days his father received the following
"Dearest Pnpa:-U'hen the turkey's
in the oven and tne 'tatoes in the pot
when the crauberry bubbles redly and
the pudding's smoking hot, when the
nuts are cracked and waiting and the
raisins heap the plate, and your're so
awful hungry that you'd rather die
thanjwait, than you will remember me.
"O, pa, mayn't 1 come home?
"Your miserable Tom."
They sent (or him by the next mail.
Say ! it may blow up cold any old
day, and you better bring that load
01 wood on siiuscnpton oeiore we
ttece, for then we will be where they
don't use v ood.
Come in and trade with us.
Wc pav too price or trade for all produce.
Price, lAitz & Price.
is the name of the big fifteen thous
and dollar si-rial story which will ap
pear in The Weekly Kansas City Star
soon, for the newspaper rignis oi
which the author riceiveti sio.uuu.
ri. riiri uron iu.iced ths creates
this popular novelist has written, will
not be published as a oooi: ram im-a
run s-rially iu this newspaper.
The theme is the Italian Mafia, and
against that sinister background the
author has thrown the softer colors of
an absorbing and fascinating love
st ory. 1'hestory, while tragic in tone
has the humor, sprichtliness and
action that have characterized his pre.
"The Net" will be continued in lib
eral installments each week, with
fifthteen powerful illustrations by
Howard Giles. The subscription
price of The Weekly Kansas City
Star is 25 cents a year.
Subscribe now and avoid misting
Tim Ka or houxko cocm.
Circuit court 3rd Monday In April ahd 2nil Mon.
day In August Hlid December.
ProlaUe court iuil Monday In February, May Kid
November, and till Monday In August.
Count couil Kind Monday In rVbriiaiy, Mat
vugua, icid tfntrnibrr.
.7IMVM1! tony v. Oru.MLs
Judge tut lltrl
Judge 2nd District
Judge ot Probate
Circuit Clerk unit Km order
County Clerk .
I. t). l.l.l.fhK
TIiim. Q. Snorgrs
Win. O. Tagtroeyrt
Harvey K. Neville
John J, Jonei
X. M. Llvexay
Charlva 11. Uoodman
John A. ilannii)
y. K. Kapler
Supt. ot Schools
Miiyor ... p, p, Harrison
City Clerk J. W. McCIellan
City Attorney W. K. McVey
OHy Trcusurei rrlroJoiu-a
City Marshal . Claude Sullen
Collector J. M. McClauahnii
Kegular meeting ol i It) council every 1st nnd '.n!
A. F.A A, M.-Versalllea laxlgo, Kn. 117, regulai
communication the Istandltrd Prldujr nll.ti each
inontli. Vlsltlug bretbreii Inrlted and conllal!)
II. A. YmiMi W. M
V. . Iiiriuaoii .Secnary.
VKMHAII.I.KS Kiivai. Audi ClIAI'TI , No. 7
Meets every Jml I'riday iilglit In eaclwnoiitb
at 7 Mi. VUitint: Companions welcome.
I'. . W(ns. It. I
Jas. M. Clikton, Secretary.
I.O. O. F. Veiaalllea lolce. Ko. !S!1. tegulai
laeHIHKM every t'liesdny night.
Foniey IterkHln-MT, N. (I.
.1. A. Moiii.ay, lt-. SM-reUry.
K.ol l'.Vfi4.illlcii l.odL'c. Ko. IVt, meeUetei)
Tlimitday nlgbt. Fkanw Iiiikmek, C. !.
U. V.N. llumoN, K. ot It. 8
M. W. A. -Veiwilllea C'linip, Ko. 'Al. nieeU the
'Jnd nnd Itb Krld.iy nlgbtH In eitrb month.
I. V. ItKRKHTHKSHIrH, Cleik. .1, II. lll.AHI), CoiiHlll.
Versailles Cnnit. No 53V,, koyl Nelglilx.rs ol
America, meets every 1st nnd jnl Friday
nights in encli mouth at Odillellow Hall.
Mks. C. I.. Wixii.HKIiir.r, Oracle
Ji-ssii- i. Sims, Recorder.
I.O It. M. -Ha lln Tonka Tribe. No. 114, meet.
eiery WcdncMluy Sleep.
W. A. UlKiMiloMi. Surheui.
(!. V. N. HunsoN (1. of II.
V O. V -Versailles Cani). No. 412, meetc
every 1st and jrd Monday nights in each month
A. I'OI'I'KK. 0. M.
Jamfs lluin.ev. Clerk
l.wlge No. l'.tIK, Modem lliolhcihood of Aiuerlca
KeguLir iiieetliign the Urd Saturday night In ea I.
'""idh. W K. Oilkon. l-reslilent.
Jacoh r. SciiHiTTan, Secretary.
W. C T C Meets every Wednesday nflet
noon at 2.3(1 o'clock. A cordial invitation Is e
ended to all. Miss Mm.l.ll. Iicck. Pies.
Miss I.ii.i.ik Moo uk, Kt-c. Sicy.
M. K. Church. Snuth-Praarlilnu nvnrv Snmliiv nl
1 1 a. 111. mill 7:: ,. Sundw schiMil at O'jia. m
l'later mwtliig WediiiHKlay evening.
ltav. S. I". Cavto.h, I'lutor.
1'ns.bvterlail flhurt'Ii- 1'rf.i.elilni. ..i..rv lu n..il
!)nl Siindntsat 11 a, m. and H p. m., during the
autumn uioiitiia. (Uiiilng fall and Inter inonlhs
1 i:.:ii. 111.) r niter meeting Wednesday night.
nuniniy m nooi ut u::m inert Sunday morning.
II. I'. A111I.1. Oi.. I
S.MHion in.wtlug lt Tuesday night In each month
. T. Okii, Pastor.
Ilaptlstn Chuiih -Preaching eiery Sun
day at 11 a. m.itml 7itfl 1.. m. ItiiMineMM nw.n....
Saturday iMifore the 4th Sunday at7itip. ni. Sun
day vlnil at a. m. and II. Y. P. I), at 7.-nn . m
eveiy sunduy. ItK v II. S. Tiioiiniiim. Pastai.
Chrtstlan Church -Sunday kcIiimiI every Sunday at
9inm. 111. Wrav Wittkm. Superintendent.
St. I'aul'a M. K, Church (t'olormli l'rfmi liini. i
llB,ru.and7:M.. in. 1st and 3rd Sumlava lnei.il.
uinU. Prayer mevtlng every Thursday ovenlug
bunnay BtniH.l at ::( a. in. every Sunday.
llav. William DivrN, Pastor
Oolorod ll.iptlat Church-Preachlm; at 11 a. m. and
1 p. m. ovary Slid and 4th Sunday In each month
11. x. f . u. eery Wednemlay evening at7SIO. hun
"B7 every si.ikIhj.
Kn7. 0. W.Watth. Paator.
TUB WKKKLY KANSAS
Kani,aK City, Mo,
Universal Patriotic Anthem.
The I'uivers.il I'atriotic Anthem
which was rendered last week by a large
choir, consisting of the singers from al
most all New York church choirs has
been published in sheet music form.
The Anthem made a great impression
upon the vast audience assembled and
its rendition aroused the greatest enthus
iasm especially with the foreign element
present. Almost every nationality had
its representatives there throurjlt the
courtesy of the management. The epic
poem was written by A. Maynard Lyan
(The Green Mountain Boy) and the
music by Trof, Hedden of St John
Cathedral. The retail price is 60c.
Our readers can secure comes bv sendlnc
2T cents in silver or postage stamps to the
Globe Music Co . Ucvi Iiroadwuv. New
A Gift with ft Thought In It.
There's one very simple wav out of the
Chrismiis shopping problem: don't shop,
but sit quietly at home slid subscribe for
The Youth's Companion. The chances
are, too, that no present you could buy
for your friend or or the family you de
light to honor could confer so much
pleasure on this gift of The Youth's
Companion for a whole year fifty-two
weeks' issues, and the fifty-becond as
keenly anticipated and enjoyed as the
There will be stories for readers of
every age; sound advice as to athletic;
suggestions for the girl at college or
making her own way in the world; good
things for every member of the family
all for )VJ.(XJ less than four cents 11
The one to whom you give the sub
scription will recieve free nil the remain
ing issues of 1012, as well as The Com
panion Window Transparency and Cal
endar for I'13, in rich,translucentcolors.
It is to be hung in the window or over
the lamp-shade. You, too, as giver of
the present will receive a copy of it.
THR YOUTH'S COMPANION
144 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass.