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Morgan Conty Republican.
CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL BSTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS.
Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, Dec 19. 1912.
S LOCAL NEWS
Mrs. Rorma Dobyni, of Kansas
City, came down last week to spend
the holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. E. Wray. Mr. Dobync
will arrive in a few days.
For Xmas Cut Glass
John W. Knoop.
Miss Helen Broekman, ot Eldon,
Mo., is visiting; her friend, Miss
We can save you money on a good
Bible tor Christmas all kinds in
stock. CD. Hunter Prop., The
Globe Drug Store, Versailles, Mo.
Miss Lacy Ward, of Larned, Kan.,
who has been visiting her uncle, W.
S. Beard and, family, returned home
Yoang lady don't be shabby with
the young man who shows you such a
good time the year round look at
Hunter's for a suitable present you
know he will appreciate.
W. O. Rita, of Eldon, Iowa, is vis
iting his sister, Mrs. John Beard.
The voting contest at Hunter's is
waxing warm. Ijook in his window
for the vote.
The Presbyterian, Methodist and
Baptist churches will each have a
Christmas tree for their Sunday
Schools on Christmas Eve (Tuesday
night)with appropriate exercises and
gifts for all. The Christian church
will have a treat for their Sunday
School Sanday morning.
We make a specialty of expert
watche repairing, mi our prices are
Stover Jewelry Stmt:.
W. T. fry, of Fruitdalc farm, was
down last week with e. wagon load of
apples, just to show the Versailles
folks what they were missing by not
living close to Fruitdalc. He
thought McGannahan needed back
ing in his wild dollar venture recent
ly, so he just ordered our big $1.50
tot, and if that load don't break that
Democratic donkey's bade, there is
certainly no use trying. Iry said he
was going to Ixuisiana this week to
spend the winter. If he's gone, he's
safe, but if he comes monkeying
around Versailles soon and abusing
the Hull Moose he won't be able to
go belore next fall.
Dont forget that you get a chance
on the 400 day clock with every 50
ctscash purchase at Stover Jew
The editor got too smart Friday,
the 13th, and got hoodooed, and has
been in bed ever since. Nothing ser
ious. Dolls! Dolls 1 at Hunter's.
We wish all our readers, saints and
sinners, a Merry Christmas and a
Happy New Year, and may 1913, al
though a hoodoo number, be even
more prosperous than this great year
of prosperity and Democratic victory,
and if there is any hoodoo in it may
it be on the Democratic irty, it is
In Full Blast
JJ Some of the many presents
Next Wednesday is Christmas.
We haven't said much about Santa
Claus this time, thinking the old fel
low might have scratched us off his
list ac being no account, but it seems
that he instructed Bro. Orr to attend
to our case and he acted Santa Claus
and Good Samaritan both Santa
Claus brings happiness and the Good
Samaritan life, ami with life and hap
piness wc should surely be content.
For Xmas Handker
John W. Knoop.
HUNTER'S GLOBE DRUG STORE
(Look for the Globe bv the Ooor.)
Latest Brass Novelties
Persian Ivory Si'ts
Sterling Silver Sets
Dolls ol every description
Books of all Kinds
Christmas' Box Paper
Finest Perfumes and
t the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Salmon of this
city, on Wednesday evening at 7:30
o'clock, Mr. James K. Morris, and
Miss Young Salmon, both ol this
city, were united in marragc, S. r.
Cayton Pastor of the Methodist
Church of this city officialing. Only
immediate relatives were present.'
Delicious refreshments were served
after the ceremony.
Mr. Morris is a proiment business
man of Versailles, and Miss Salmon is
one oi our city's most charming
They will reside at the Morris
residence iu this city.
Santa Claus sent a delegation of
church members and friends to the
Methodist parsonage Wednesday
night, after prayer meeting, who
loaded the dinning table and chairs
with lots of good things. Of course
the visit was appreciated.
William Cayton, who is attending
school at Central College, Fayette,
will lie home last of this week for
For Xmas SilK Hose
John W. Knoop.
Toilet, Articles .
At Prices that are Right
A full line of Edison Phono-
j graphs and Records, including Mr.
m Edison's $200.00 Masterniece of
Workmanship and invention, The $
Amberola. Buy an Edison for J
m innstmas ana an tne iamny win w
? wftfn I fit niroviT lnxr fr
C. D. Hunter,
Proprietor and Pharmacist
I .aura Wiechers
August F. Oehrke
Sena 1.. Hraner
We are coming again for the purpose
of buying all your good fat mules; from
three to seven years old and 14 to 16
We will be at
Versailles, Wed. Jan. 1st
Barnett, Thurs. Jan. 2nd
Bring in your mules and receive the
highest price of the season. Will also
buy a few good horses and mule a.
vSchell & Hopen
Sales Stables at St. Thomas, Mo.
4, 4,, sbbbj
Hats. Hats, Hats, below cost (roin
this date till Jan. 3, 1913, to close
out all my shapes and trimmed hats.
First comes gets their choice of the
A nUx Christmas present for
daughter, wife or sweetheart. Chil
dren's Hats for the taking.
Fancy feathers and ribbons go in
N. U. Mourns.
In memory of louis W. Huff, by.
Woodmen of the World, Versailles
Camp, No. 412.
Whereas, it has pleased The All
Wise Ruler in his fiinnitc wisdom to
call from the busy walks of life our
highly esteemed and reipected Broth
er Sovereign 1juis, W. Huff and,
Whereas, we deem it proper and
fitting to offer to his memory some
testimonials of his worth. Therefore,
Resolved, that in the death of
Louis W. Huff this Camp has lost
a good and faithful member, his
family a good, fond and loving hus
band and father.
Imis W. Huff was born and rear
ed in Morgan County, nearly all this
life having been spent here. He was
an active, 'industrious working man,
kind and generous to all, ever ready
to assist those about him. Disease
began to prey on him scveal months
ago, but he bore his sufferings with
Christian fortitude, nver when he
knew the end was near he would
sneak cheering words to his loved
ones, Therefore be it
Resolved, that a pace ol record of
this Camp be set aside for recording
Memorial, and our Charter be draped
for tnirty days, and a copy be fur
nished the family of our deceased
brother Sovereign, and each ol Coun
ty Papers for Publication.
Com. C. M. Siirlton,
Heing still totally disabled, can
neither walk or work, I offer Tin
Repuiimcan at the bargain price of
Would like to turn it over as a
Christmas present to somebody a
that price, a good thing for the money.
Our first snow fell Wednesday
morning, for awhile it looked as
though we would have a white Christ
mas, but the snow melted almost as
soon as it fell.
What you sec when you look at
watches in our store isn't all there is,
Reliability and long service arc in
every watch we sell, whether it costs.
14.00. or X50.00.
Fine Farm for Sale 122 acres,
all splendidly improved, 35 acres fine
orchard, 2-story, 6 room house, halls,
porches, etc., cellar, a big barn with
large cellar. Offered at a big bar
gain, for futlier particulars call on
ot write to
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