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Morgan County Republican.
CKNTUAI, MISSOURI A liM lNi. MINLNC, RK A I. KSTAT&, RAILROAD AND (tKNKKAJj NKWK.
Versailles. Mo.. Thursday Morning. Jan 30. 1913.
Flic Hyde trial. Kansas City, is on
again, will soon be off again, then
Mrs (J. M. Hargett and daughter.
Helen, were visiting relatives in K.
('. last wee!:.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Settle, and
baby. . ('. jr . of St. l.oiiis. came in
Tuesday foi a visit with Mrs. Settle's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. Price.
You've read of the "57 varieties "
H ell. thej say Hint is the number of
aipli(ants fur the Ven-ailles post
office, and as many "varieties" as
there are applicants.
The city election will soon he here.
April 4th, and those interested in the
pr 'uress of our city should gel busy
and sele t the right men to keep
things owning forwaid.
We would like to live to sec the
I'tnled Stales government of the com-tnis-ion
form, the congress one house
ompose I of one commissioner frcm
eaehtite. Anil the same form for
M'ss Julia Moss is quite sick with 1 G. M. H&l'gett (Jot His n.
bronchitis. j (;,,v. Major has appointed CJ. M.
I). C. Payne, and wile, of Stock- j Hargett. Asst. Cashier of the Hank of
ton. Tex., were here a few days this j Versailles, as state bank examiner, a
week visiting his sister, Mrs. Kd j position that pays $2000 per year and
Nelson, and family. ' travelinc expenses. We congratulate
Mr. hargett 011 his appointi. cnt, as
An Additional Offer- 'we know he has honestly earned it,
For a short time we will add I he 'and Gov. Major has done well in ree
Kansas City Week I v I'ost to both of ogning merit, both in the work
our big offers, so that you get The
Morgan County Ukpuiii.ican. Mr-
Entertaining The Preachers.
Mayor F. I). Harrison and Mrs.
Harrison entcrtatnted the Versailles
preachers and their wives at a sump
ous six o'clock dinner, Friday,
sion : since this is the first time that
a permanent charter position of this
sort has been created in the United
States. " Scientific .Ametican.
Call's Magazine and pattern, the
weekly Kansas City Star and weekly
Kansas City I'o-t. tor $1.00
The weekly I'ost goes with our big
Si. 50 offer, making .wn papers
and magazines one vear for $1.0
These offers will be out in do d lys.
possibly sooner, so do not put off un
til too late and then wish )ou had
now is the time.
Old Papers for -ale l this of
fice. 20" per humlicd.
The editor coniiniits to improve in
health, but (unuot vet walk without
ci iit lies, and the amount ol work he
Mis-oun and every Vountv and citv jCJ,n 1,0 in tlu" "N"'" . uldn't more
in 1 in lnii..-ri.-il Sum. It is cnminir. than earn the feed Iota chicken at the
done, and the ability to fill so impor
tant a position. Mr. Il.ngeti will
continue to make Vei.iilles his home,
but his duties will keep him on the
move the greater p.nt of hi - lime.
The cry has in offer
the 1 le( tri ILht plant
of 8.000 for
two or three 1
also parties wish to
!-re-em hieh ci.st of hvinu. so the
running the Ui I'tnil.i-
trying to boss.
w ith thu editor
'The p ipi-r and office is for sjle at , effe lively.
pirties want 11
It f tt 1 . r 1 II if vtit f in rr1
' , . . , . $1000 00 any time a buyer comes.
1 nough 10 pay off ihe indebtedness. ' . ..
an1 take a new stait. The electric 1 A friend ,ns he endorses the " line
ligjit and power bnines ol Versailles ' W-rs diles Watchman," suggested
shjuuld he .1 pavinu proposiiinn. and i rei enilv foi the Kk.cuiii.ican. He
Legislators Too Numer ous.
Ihe Missouri geivnl assembly
would do belter work il its inetnber
dhig were tediiced one-h dt. the salary
of us members doubled antl
some wav found to discour.it;''
the i ltrnduction o freak bills
"Tint's the onmion of Newlan
Conklingof Carroll countv. former ril' S",l"r- S"th Carolina, is
representative and leader o. lhc justified in rlaini.nB that it has intro-
Demoi ratic minoriiv ol the lion
and family, of Kl-
Jan. 24th, 1913, at the their beauli .,(,,,,, VMll., lls ,,unU Mrs Mi K
fill home, said to be the handsomest, sjevlle. )ast week,
and best turnised residence in Ver-'
sailles. Those present were : Klder ' Wanted Copies ol last week's
Kdmond Wilkes, of Columbia, Mo.. ! Rki-uhi.icas. R. I- Carson, cx-cdi-pastor
of the Versailles Christain ! ,or r,,,L' C':,,nl' Courier, asks for six
church, Rev. and Mrs. K. B. Woods, ' ' I'ii;s ';is' i- w,
n( V..rcnlll.. Unv ml Mm S T ! Illl V C 111) IK' bill OUT file. Wollhllikc
Cayton, pastor M. K, Church, South;
Rev. U.S. Thornhill and wife, of thu
Versailles Baptist church, and Rev.
'. T. Orr and wife of Westminster
Presbyterian church, Versailles. With
abundan e of good things furnished
by Mrs. Harrison peace and harmon'
A Coming Profession.
As far as our knowledge goes, the
during the Folk administration.
The assembly i too larue for
practical purposes'." snd Mr. Cmk
lmgat the Hotel Baltimore. 'Ml it
I I I ' . -!...
con o oe 1111 01 iwo anil uic suiuivi
men :in.l 1 "
fir more i tm" 'ir't:' s,,,mary'of the re(tiirements
(iiicii'M new anil coming protes
sion." 'I hrough rlie si-r retary of its
Chamber of Commerce, and enter
prising community of ten thousand
p.'ople ha anil ninced that applica -tions
will be received lor the office
of Sumter. From
wrll lie when inn in
a business tiasis.
loudness way in
The parcel past is doinu a lug busi
ness, and if given In the people win n
lirst proposer would have saved them
hundreds ol millions of dollars ol
vvhn l liny have been rubbed b the
to a reasonable rate and the red tapi
cut out it w 111 try the po-aotluv ie
savs we h ive 11 lMtlcr-, and1 if it is a
leader it is leader enough ; and a
Statesman, and with its brand of
statesmanship it is enough, and with
the Wati hinan to watch the Leader
and Statesman and tr to guide ihem
into the path - nf truth and tisefulm s-.
Vhen adjusted 1U1' l" r' i,n " die grafters
and PO'iillers ami other wrongiioi rs,
it will find plenty of work and its
part.. .ent to the utmost to handle the , '
eno.MMus business. Now. U comes I A ''"'" the Wl is alway,
h -uie t.i ihi- business man ot the
small town, it he would continue in
Organ For Sale
Im-ines-, that he must u-e the parcel
post and eilucate his country 1 ustou -ers
tn use it. and 10 mike it work just
njjht and meet Ihe mail order houses
In must advcriic cmi inn al'v and
truthfuby and prove bv his goods and
figures that he ran sell as t heaply as
;(nv imil order house on earth, but
don't forget the coiubinaiion the
parcel post and the advertising col
umns ol Ihe ne.vspaper they are
r,.r i.i. iu... uA
At present there are too ' " M,c
r 11 .t nvi 11iK.1i 111 milium 111: i.iiiii 1 il 11: 11 1 11 j
mmy men m small caiio-r in tne , 1
1 , ... . ..1 iiui'ti piioiii wiirK, sucn iSMiivnm,
assemlily. Als , there are a good; '
many who 'dev. .te their time to freak
bills loi the mere purpose of attain
ing not ineiy.' K ms.is City l...ir
nal. Mineral Resources
landy Vost Pocket Pamphlet
IsOTiod By Geological Survey.
In a neitlv illustrated vest poc.et
lighting, water supply, and so forth,
that an engineer would be prelerred:
that lie inns, state what has been his
previous experience in municipal
woik: that he will have 1 omplete
administrative control of the city,
subject to the approval of a boaid of
three t lected commissioners and that'
he will hold office as long as he gives
satisfaction to the commissioners ;
trial his work will lie purely that of j
an expert ; and
An Kstey Organ, good as
now, cost $85.00, offered for
$25.00. I'or particulars call
at Tile-Republican office, Ver
that he will be Iree
pamphlet the Missouri Ceologii al j from political control; finally. aF
Survey shows that Mis- uri leads all , though local conditions and traditions
other stales in the production of inc. will ' he taken into consideration,
lead, barytes. and iripoh : has im- j local citizenship, will not be necessary,
portant seams ol coal, the tun st lime-j The innotincement concludes- by
stone and urahite, the highest grade 1 designating this as "a splendid
fire (lavs and glass smd. extensive chance for the right, man to make a
Mary Malinda Hicks.
Died, al the home of her daughter.
Mrs. W. J. Williams. Ver-ailles, Sun-
Ue called al the Hank of Versailles ''"V- Jan- 2f,t1'' "on- Mrs. Mary
Malinda Hicks, aged 68 ye?rs, of
old age and its accompanying carej,
Monday, and inquired as to who
would succeed (i. M. Haiueit in the
bank' Hink people don't talk much. !,n'1 ""iibles
' I ... II!.. I.
thev seem to inn their lailh to the old
deposits ot cob ill. nickel, copper,
pyrites, iron ores, tui ieral paints, and
abundant mineral water-.
These and other mineral deposits
constitutes v.tsi underground vvealh
of Missouri, the output of which is
valued at more than 845,000, 000 an
nually. The pamphlet outlines briefly thu
general distribution, as well as the
record in a new and coining profes-
to accomodate liro. Carson, and will
do so if our subset iber will 11st send
us the papers.
Preaching at The Presbyirian
, Regular services next Sundav .
morning at 11:00. and a' 7:00 in the
evening at the Presbyterian Church
Sunday school at f) :45. K A-Crew -son
Supt. Von are invited.
Subject at the morning service:
No service at night on account ol
mass meeting at the Methodist church
in the interest of Sunday School
A Lazy van's Garden.
Albeit Tayloi was in town Wednes
day morning, and talking about the
fine weather, he said he hid raised a
big lot of fine cabbage but didn't
have time to gather them, hut now
goes out and gets 'em as he wants
'em. and they are just fine. It seems
as if God was helping the women and
girls to take of the bachelors.
State Secretary Coming.
Rev S I. Williams, stale sci rei.iix
of the Missouri Sunday School As
sociation is to be in our citv next
Sunday and hold a Sunday School
conlerence at the Christian Church at
2:30 p. in., ami address a miss
meeting al the Methodist church at
7:. 10 p. in.
It is hoped that everybody will
take advantage of his opportunity to
learn more about, and net inspiration
for this most luifWtani department ol
church work, and o public improve
Seccrtarv ot Pastors' Abance.
value of the output ol eai h of the
mineral resources. Small illustrations
show typical mines, mills and quart icf
while thu distribution of the various
deposits is indicated bv a double
Mis Hicks was born in VirKinia tine niiiiK A list of the re-
GET THE HABIT
TRADE WITH US
IT WILL PAY YOU
This Is a saiiiolc of our bargains for this week:
but I'resi- J'"" - 2r"n- 'K45
adai'e : "Money talks."
dent Ross informed i.s that there County when
would be no successor, ihe present
lorce teeling able and competent to
keep the institution forging ahead
Mrs. Harden looked as if she would
sby, that as far far as work in tne
bank was concerned, it always kept
her guessing as to whether (ttiido was
;l worn in the bank or off hobnobbing
vyith the politicians. l.V. I., (eels
c nfident he could do it all, il he had
She came to Mor
but a child, with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John
Crane. She married H. J.. Cochran
Feby. 1 2th. 1870, to which union
one child was born, Mary Ann. Mi
Cochran tlied May 22, 1871. and she!
married F.lisha Hicks October 31.
ports of the .Survey available for ills
tribution is also given.
A cop, of the pamphlet should be
in the hands of every citien and ran
be obtained upon request address
H. A. Iluehler, State Ceologist, Rol
1875. to which union seven children "The Professor" is a regulnr con-
were born, one (Samuel) dying in , tributin to The Missouri Farmer.
infancy ; the other six. Mrs. Daniel I Missouri's greatest farm and stock
Williams. Oravois Mills : Mrs. Chas. , paper. published at Columbia.
to; and if you listen to Ross for a I SI iff. Springfield ; George A , Harnett ; j Send a dollar to the newpaper in
V minute he will convince you he does I Jh A. Watonga. Okla.. Mrs. W. : which you sje this article, for three
r it all ami our deductions are that I J W illiams, Versailles; and Robert vt.ars subscription j special offer
do it all, and our deductions are that
the real work what keeps the wheels
a-running round is done by Mrs. Har
gett, but one thing sure the business
of Ihe Bank of Versailles is in such
smooth running order, like the gov
ernment at Washington, it could just
run itself for month or two without
slipping a cog.
Royal Dainty Flour $2.00
Turkey Hardwheat Flour 2.30
Flume Produce Flour 2.50
Corn Meal, per bu . 75
Best Sugar, 16 lb for l.OO
Canned Corn, 4 cans for .25
Choice Prunes, 3 lb tor . 25
Choice Raisans, 3 lb for . 25
Heinz Kraut, per lb .05
Lenox Soap, 15 bars for l.OO
I... Pilot Rock, Oregon, still survive , whif.h will soon be withdrawn. Your
ner. money back m six months il vou
She united with the Baptist church don't consider Ihe Missouri Farmer
over thirty years ago, and was bap- the most helpful farm paper you ever
Used by Uev. Fd Sims, who conduct- rea,i. See notice elsewhere of' ihe
ed the funeral yerices at Big Rock great list of special articles which arc , (f
church, and her remains laid to rent now appearing, or will soon appear
Jan. 27th. in The Missouri Farmer,
We want your Produce. Pay tne
'.ft niftneat price cash or trade.
Price, L,utz & Price.