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The Morgan county Probate court
met last Monday in regular Novem-
ber term, with all officers of the court
Following are the proceedings up
to Thursday morning:
Proof of . publication of docket i's
made and filed.
All work done in vacation of the
court examined and approved.
Proof ot publication of notice of
letters in the estate of John U. Driv
er made ami filed.
Accounts presented against the es
tate of Jesse Ashton, as follows:
Louis Uhidester for services rendered
deceased in sum of $115.40, sot for
hearing November 25. W. J. Hoover
in sum of $17.00.
Proof of publication of notice of
final settlement ot the estate of J.
M. Haughman deceased made and
tiled. Cause continued until Febru
ary term 1913.
First annual settlement of estate
of 1. F. Kinney deceased, filed and
approved. Balance due estate
Final settlement of estate of Her
man K. Kllis filed and approved.
Balance due ward $09.33. Final re
ceipt filed and curator discharged.
First uiinual settlement of ustato
of II. It. Madole deceased filed and
approved. Mulunce duo cstulu noth
ing. First annual settlement of estate
of W. P. Ktnery deceased filed and
approved. Hulunce due estate
First annual settlement oi estate
ot Maiguret Morelund deceased filed
and approved. Halance due estate
Final settlement of estate of
Geo.ge P. Ulark filed and approved.
Ilahmco due estate $177.50. Ad
ministrator ordered to pay over mime
to Dr. J. T. Heale on liia second
cltiHH demand, file his receipt therefor
and be discharged. Receipt from vote of the election held Tuesday,
proved. Balance due ward $2088.03.
Accounts against the estate of
Thomas O. Snorgraas deceased pre
sented and allowed, as follows:
Irving 0. Patterson, funeral
expense $ 202 50
Peter Shacaleford, digging
grave it 4 00
Farmers Bank oTTlpton note 1016 55
A. . Znkschwerdt, note 175 00
First settlement of estate of Har
riet M. Stover deceased filed and ap
proved. Balance due estate $9.27.
First settlement of estate of Hiram
M. Madole deceased filed and ap
proved. Balance jltie estate $710.25.
Annual aettlemdtit of estate ot
John T. Bowen, insane, filed and ap
proved. Balance duo ward $15.58.
Annual settlement of estate of
Jesse Snorgrass deceased filed and
approved. Balance due estate $2929.-47.
Account of Mary E. Comer against
estate of W. M. Larimore deceased
allowed in sum of $500 for care and
attention during last illness.
Annual settlement of estate of
Joseph L. Itouton, a minor filed and
approved. Balance due ward $313.
Annual settlement of estate of
George W. Finley insane filed and
approved. Balance due ward $2878.
02. Annual settlement of estute of
Isaac A., Lottie It. und Wilmer J.
Wenger, minors, filed und approved.
Balance due wurds $1029.07.
Annual settlement of estate of
Smith B. Moon, u minor, filed and
as follows: " -
Geo. Thruston . ....$1000
Frank Golden ....... 10 00
Kate Chism 5 00
S. J. Silvey 7 00
Donna Sargent 10 06
Henderson Heirs , 10 00
Henry Fletcher. .. ' .... 5 00
F. A. Gerlt appointed ,justice'':oT
the pcace'forHaw Creck.township:
Application of S. B. Tallwtt for
dram ahopv license dismissed on ac
count of building not being erected.
Application and petition oi C. H.
Goodman for dramshop license with
drawn. The court fixed bond of O. li. Mew
County treasurer elect at $70,000.
00. Warrants issued to county judges,
W. T. Bowen $30 00
W. C. Tagtmeyer 30 00
D. V. Igo 30 00
Court adjourned to meet December
Balance due ward $100.
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Morgan und Pettis county line
Surveyor ordered out in change of
A. K. Pontius load.
The clerk called to his assistance
judges W. T. Bowen and V. C. Tagt
meyer and proceed to cast up tho
Dr. J. T. Beulc filed and udministra-
First settlement of entitle of J.
(ioldkulile deceused tiled and ap
proved. Balunci! due estate $17.29.
Final settlement of estate ot Kr
cell II. HujH, now of age, filed and
approved. Balance due ward $777.
70. Final receipt filed.
Inventory of estate of W. M. Loii
more deceased filed and approved.
Annual settlement or estate of
Alpha B. Clmc, minor filed ami ap-
November 5. Published elsewhere
in this issue.
Accounts presented and warrauts
ordered issued, us follows:
Witten & Bremer Mdse. Co.
farm $ 23 17
Kidwell & Tulhott eolllu poor
C. II. Goodman, sheriff
R. M. Livesay Pros. Atty
Kmmet Fnrster 5 cords wood
A. (j. Baker printing
Tne Oriental nations do not r-eeni to
feel complimented by the adoption elese
where of the harem skirt.
The raglan overcoat Is coming back
into style. We have not, after a diligent
inquiry, been able to find out why.
H. L. Blomquist, n very well known
merchant of Ksdaile, Wis., states:- "My
wife considers Foley's Honev & Tar
compound the best cough cure on the
maket. She has used various kinds, but
Foley's Honey & Tar compound gives
the best results." Ilest for children and
for grown persons. Contains no opiates,
For sale by all druggists.
"He is a chip of! the old block."
"He in so sharp that his mother con
siders him a splinter."
K W. Curtis, Vice-Pres.
E. A. Crbwson, Vlce-Pres.
T. P.Bond, Trea.
W. A. Bukm., Cashier
I KICK Jon KB, Asst. Cash'r
First National Bank
Coateaxtf Official Sulcata! Sept. 4, 1912
r .. RESOURCES
Loans and discounts 141,385.10
Bank buildiug and furniture 0,250.00
Bonds and premiums .14,630.00
Five per cent redemp'n fund 1,500.00
Capital stock f30.OtiO.OU
Surplus and profits.. 12,004.04
Bills Papoble 2u.000.00
Caah and sight exchange 46,241.92 Deposits 136.OOS.07
Total .'33,007.11 Total 3.5,007.11
The above statement is correct,
W. A. Buki.1., Cashier.
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DEPOSITABY.
We carry ample insurance against burglary anil robbery Burglar-proof
lime-lock safe. Conservative management. Business solicited.
We jail the man who steals dollars, but
we point to the finaudal success of the
man who rops youth of ils playtime.
Put a porous plaster on the chest and
take a good cough syrup internally if
you would treat a severe case of sore
lungs properly. Get the dollar size BAL
LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. Witn
each bottle there is a free HERRICK'S
RED PEPPER POROUS PLASTER for
the chest. Sold by Globe Drug Store.
Assistance rendered poor persons, i
U'hercai, C. W. Karnaugh, by 111' certain
Itenl of Trust rtnted the 20th day of Octolxrr
rill, anil recorded In the Recorder's office of
Morgan County, at Deed Hook 26 pane V2, toil'
veyed to the utiderniKiied Ceo, A. Krauts, truitee
for W. T. Petty, all tils HrM. title, interest and
estate, in and to the following described Real
I'.state situated in the Coimtv of Morgan, State
of Missouri, vir . The Kast half of the North,
west quarter of Section 11, in Township 41, of
Range 1H, which said conveyance wan made in
trust to secure the payment of one certain prom
issory note in said deed described, and whereas,
said note has become due and is unjhild, now,
therefore, in accordance with the provisions of
said Deed of Trust, mid at the reiiest of the le
gal holder of said note. I will proceed to sell
the alxive described Real Ustnte at the CouM
j House dixjr in the city of Versailles, in the
County of Morgan, State nforesaid, to the high
f, CSI iiiuucr IUI t-iiil, m Jill I li li; uuiuutt, in, II iiiiiy
the 15th tiny of November, 1912, between the
fill 15 liouih of nine In the forenoon and five in the
afteinixin of that day, to s.lllfy said note, to
gether with the cost and expense of executing
fiKti, A. Kkai'bs, Trustee.
Dated till Z.'nd day of Octolier, I'll 2.
Mentioning an example of selfdecep
tion theic's the man who dyes his whish
ers. no one else is deceived.
Mrs. Fred Laads, 40S High Forest,
Winona, Minn. States:- "My husband
had kidney trouble with severe pain
across his back and was miserable and
tired out. His bladder acted irreg
ularly and there was a brick-dust like
sediment: Finally he took Foley kidney
pills with (he result that the pai left
him, his bladder acted regularly and he
was strong and well again."
For sale by all druggists.
The man who delieves only what he
sees or can understand has a mighty
small conception of life.
Stop coughing! von rack the lungs and
worry the body. BALLARD'S HORE
HOUND SYRUP checks irritation, heals
the lungs and restores comfortable
breathing. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 er
bottle. Sold by Globe Drug Co.
The trouble with harem skirt it will
hag nt the knees.
A Great building oa Fire
when its foundation is undermined, and
if the foundation of health good diges
tion is attacked, quick collapse follows.
On the first signs of indigestion, Dr.
King's New l,ife Pills should be taken to
tone the stomach and leuulate liver.
kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, easy.
safe and only '25 cents at Katdell Drug
According to an eastern judge a street
piano it a vehicle. Of music?
Tell the Whole Story.
So say that Foley's Honey & Tar Com-
pound is best for children and grown per
sous and contains no opiates tells only
part of the tale. The whole story is
that it is the best medicine for coughs,
colds, croup, bronchitis and other
affections of the throat, chest and lungs.
Stops la grippe, coughs and has a heal
ing and soothing effect. Remember the
name, Foley's Honey & Tar compound.
and accept no substitutes. For sale by
We couldn't unaunie a safer nla ce to
hide a pocket than in a harem skirt.
Here Is a Genuine Bargain!
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Morgan County Republican, Versailles, Mo.
The ! man who lives for dollars get
mighty little worth while out of life
Flagged Train With Shirt
Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved it
from a wreck, but II. T. Alston, Raleigh.
N. C, once prevented a wreck with lilec
tric Bitters. "I was in a terrible plight
when I began to use them," he writes.
"mv stomach, head, back and kidneys
were all badly affected and my liver was
in bad condition, but four bottles of
Klectric Hitters made me feel like a new
man." A trial will convince you of their
matchless merit for any stomach, liver or
kidney trouble. Price 50c at Kardell
A symptom of indigestion "Clone to
lunch; Kick in ten minutes. "
Rub a sore throat with BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. One or two au-
plications will cure it completely. Trice
25c, SO and fl.00 per bottle. Sold by
Globe Drug Store.
W. A. Crayton, Mo, writes about Foley
Kidney Pills and says: "I got down on
my back last winter with kidney and
bladder trouble and could hardly get np.
I got a bottle of Foley's kidney pills and
took them and they straightened me
right up. I recomnend them to all who
have kidney trouble." For sale by all
Some men arc dead a long time be.
fore they achieve success.
Irregular bowel movements lead to
chronic constipation and a consitpated
habit fills the system with impurities.
HERBINE is a great bowel regulator.
It purifies the system, vitalizes the blood
and puts the digestive otgans in fine vig
orous condition. Price 50c. Sold by
Globe Drug Store.
Always look before you leap then
walk around it if you can.
Wrestling is the latest :fad of Jioston
girls. It is good for the figure and the
Twinges, of rheumatism, backache,
stiff joint and shooting pains all show
your kidaeys are not woiking right.
Urinary irregularities, loss ot sleep,
nervousness, weak back and sore kidney
tell the need of a good reliable kidneys
medicine. Foley Kidney Pills are tonic,
strengthening and restorative. They
build up the kidneys and regulate their
action. They will give you quick relief
and contain no habit fuituiug drug.
Safe and always sure. Try thetu. For
sale by all druggists.
Tan shoes are going out of fashion a
gam. The trouble is they decline
lo retain their original color.
Regulate the bowels when they .don't
move properly. HERHINE is au admir
able bowel regulator. Its helps the liver
and stomach and restores a fine feeling
of sleugth and buoyance. Price oOr.
Sold by Globe Drug Store.
After working for a few months at the
first job I ever had I conceived the idea
that the firm couldu't get along without
me But it could and did. This country
can gel along without any one man.
Porto Rico's New Wonder.
From far away Porto Rico come reports
of a wonderful new discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit
the people. Ramon T. Marchan, of
Barcelonea, writes ' Dr. King's New
Discovery is doing splendid work here.
It cured me about five times of terrible
coughs and colds, also my brother of a
severe cold iu his chest and more than 20
others, who used it on my advice, tye
hope this great medicine will yet be sold
in every drug store in Porto Rico." For
throat and lung troubles it has no equal.
A. trial will convince you of its merit. 50
Cents and J1.00. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Kardell Drug Co.
Only A Plre Hero
but the crowd cheered, as, with burned
hands, he held up a small round box.
"Fellows'!"' be shouted, "this Buckten's
Arnica Salve I hold, has everything beat
for burns." Right! also for boils, ulcers,
sores, pimples' eczema, cuts, sprains
bruises. Surest pile cure. It, subdues
inflammation, kills pain. Only25 cents
at Kardell Drug Co.
When we want to read fiction we can
always find it in the advertitment of fur
naces that "save one-third to one-half
the fuel bill."
gTbe easiest thing in the world togive"is
advice; the easiest thing in the world to
make is criticism, the easiest thing in the
World to take is offense.
Mrs. E. A. Swagel, Krok., a well
know resident of Kewaunee Co , Says:
"I always use Foley's Honey & Tar Com
pound for my children, as I know it will
always cure their coughs and colds, and
they like to take it." Refuse substitutes.
Far sale by all druggists.
Beans are now rivals in Boston of
sleeping porches in the prevention of