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rThe Republican, Weekly Inter Ocean, Farm and Home, Fruit Grower, Home Life and The Family Magazine (all six tor one year) ior $i ;v
Morgan County Republican.
OENTKAL MISSOURI GAUMING. MINING, liBAL ESTATE. RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS
Versailles- Mo.. Thursday Morning, March 13. 1913.
7:45 every night at Royal Theatre. !
Mrs. Frank Napier is visiting her 1
sister, Mrs Morris, at Jefferson Ctty.
Everybody says spring is here, and
it looks reasonable, the blue birds are
here, the buzzards arc out, vegetation
is started, and evcrthing, as well as
everybody, says spring is here, but
whether permanently or not will have
to be decided later.
"Young Man" Curtis was in from
the country Monday afternoon, said
he couldn't make it in any sooner on
account of the "bad roads." He
made us a very pleasant visit, and
3 LOCAL NEWS.
Furniture of all kinds repaired
and satisfaction given.
Kidwt.ix k Tamiott.
Who said greens and hog jowl?
Next Sunday week is the great egg
Royal Theatre doors open at 7 130,
show commences 7:45.
If you give us any more apple stor
ies please attach a shock absorber.
As soon as the ground gets dry reported his neighbor, Paul Spurlock,
enough everybody will be busy mak-1 as getting alone nicely, if he was a
ing garden. country resident
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Goodman, of Edison records every Tuesday
Stover, were visiting here Saturday night at Royal Theatre
ana suntiay. The ,adies of thc christian church
Dr. Kelley wnt over to California met with Mrs. F. D. Harrison,
Sunday for a visit with relatives a Tuesday and organized an Aid Soci-
lew days. ety. Mrs. Latman was elected Pres-
Miss Esther Morrow visited her ident: Mrs. P. G. Woods, Vice I'res-
triend, Mrs. Chas. Goodman, at ident; Mrs. C. D. Hunter Secy., and
Stover last week. Mrs- Marcia Fredericks Treasurer
Mrs. W. 1. Williams and children Mr. J. J. Anderson, of the Hick
returned Sundav from a visit with raan Mercantile Co., made a flying
relatives at Tipton. triP to Kansas City Saturday evening,
......... returning Monday. Mr. Anderson
Drawing Thuisday nights at Royal.
The boys are trying to gel up a
gymnasium in the city. Success to
Daily program for Royal Theatre
in first window east of First National
Ab -as promptly notified that the
curly-haired purp was barking at thc
other dog, but Ab didn't even whine.
Word reached here that Chct Dres-
ie had a Missouri-Kansas addition to
his family in the arriv.il of a 14 lb
boy recently. We 11 take one on
cnt by voting out thc saloons. May
the decent people win.
Miss Hetty Spurlock, who has been
visiting relatives and friends at Kan
sas City and Belion for several weeks,
returned home last Saturday.
St. Patricks Day, potato planting
time, is next Monday, and if you
want to get your planting done in thc
dark of thc moon you
get there by the 21st.
expects to move his family here soon.
The Millinery Bazar
Will Have Their Spring Opening
flPrlday and Saturday, March
21 and 22.
Will display a large and carefully
selected stock of Millinery, of thc
very latest style in colors and work
will have to mauship. 1 will be pleased to meet
my old friends and customers, and
F. Abell, of thc lumber firm of all others, not my customers, will be
Abell & Hardy, went up to Warrens- welcome. Come and see for your-
burg Su.iday to visit his daughter, selves and get our prices.
Tommy Fuller, helper at the Rock
Island, has returned from a few weeks
vacation. During his absence the
ulace was filled by Mr. Howard
Stephens, of this city.
Since Clarence and Charlie have
ound out that by keeping inside of
the rails on the Rock Island they can
cet from Versailles to Eldon. and
vice versa, they are liable to make
frequent visits to Eldon. Boys, be
sure and keep on the inside, it you
get out there's no telling where you
will pull up at.
? Everybody Come
To an illustrated entertainment on
Methodism, her history and institu
tions (Slereoptician views and lec
ture) by The Rev. F. N. Ixioney
member of the Southwest Missouri
Conference at the Methodist Church
next Tuesday, the 18th, at 8 p. m.
It is entertaining, it is instructive, it
is inspiring, it is free. Don't miss
S. P. Cavton.
Miss Edna, and from there made a
business trip to Kansas City.
Thc Barnett Printing Co., Clarence
Cox, Propr., is a new one to us, and
we guess a newspaper for that enter
prising burglatet it can't grow with-
Cime and get your Easter hat.
Mrs. N. E. Mounts.
nut, like it would with a good live
Wm. Duckworth, the harness mak
er, who bought thc Klahn shop a
year ago last fall, has decided to
leave Versailles, and will go west to
grow up with thc country, about the
PaPer- first of April. Mrs. Marriott has
The bad weather the first of the leased the Klahn building, and will
month retarded the work on the new move her millinery store to it as soon
postoffice building, but work is being as vacated by Mr. Duckworth.
1 I - 1.... ....It linu. t I
puwcu uuw, urn .r.aauu w ... Edwarfl. -f c, Iouis ,he
pusn up nis oaxe ior completion a . , . ,
' i 1 exnert tr mmer. who was with Mrs
little beyond April 1st.
I want a share of your patronage
Clean shop, clean towels and clean
work. Always glad to sec you.
Ben A. Comer.
N. E. Mounts last fall, and gave such
splendid satisfaction to her many
customers, is again with her, and
will gladly give you the benefit of her
experience in selecting and trimming
of the latest in style, shape and ma
terial. She will appreciate your visit
whether you buy or not
Orpington Eggs For Sale.
Mrs. D. C. Hardy, sr., offers for
top Maybe some 01 the bad boys sale eggs from her pure bred Orping-
. .1 tii iit f l . . . .
(just as 11 mere coma oe Daa ooysin tons, the best layers known. 50
Sunday school?) held lighted matches cents per setting. Call at her re si-
under the bulb when the teacher dence, Versailles, Mo
wasn't looking. Don't know if the
The M. E. S. S will soon have to
buy a longer thermometer, as the at
tendance hund?y was 130, running
the indicator pretty well up to the
7:45 every night at Royal Theatre.
Miss Sadie Young of Calhoun,
visited at the home of H. A. Young
Mrs. Babe Livingston, of Scdalia,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Johnson.
As we go to press Wednesday it is
beginning to rain, and looks and
feels like we would have an April
shower, possibly several of them.
Hope March and April haven't
swapped places, hut it is sure begin
ning to look suspicious.
MANIE VIRGINIA MOORE DEAD.
Died, at thc home of her mother,
in Canon City, Colo., where she had
gone over a year ago to try to stay
that dread disease, the white plague,
but it was only a short postponement.
The remains were brought to Ver
sailles, accompanied by her mother
and sister, Lillie, reaching here Wed
nesday. Funeral services will be
held at the Baptist church this morn
ing (Thursday) at 10 o'clock, con
ducted by the pastor, Rev. H. S.
Thornhill, and interment in the city
cemetery. All friends of thc f imily
arc invited to attend. Miss Virginia
was born and raised in Morgan coun
ty, and her friends were all her ac
quaintances. She was an honored
and worthy member of the Baptist
church, and made sure of her inheri-
itanci: on the other side of the river.
1 Plifiniin nl timnrimi even ni if hi nt
r- 1 r ...f,
The Royal slum- starts at 7:4.
Mr. Hew, of Hoonvillc. transacted
buisncss here Tuesday.
Frank MoDonmiyh, of I'utvis, was
transacting business Iv-re Wednesday.
W. S. Beard, of Bonaparte, Iowa,
was here and at Stover this week oh
Baptists have a thermometer, but if
they have it must have busted, for
they had an attendance of 1 90.
Keep up the good work.
A woman has the same human na
ture that a man has, the same human
rights, the same human duties, and
they are as inalienable in a woman as
in a man. Theodore Parker.
NOTICE TO RURAL STUDENTS.
An examination will be given for
the convenience of students desiring
to graduate from the rural schools as
follows: Barnett, March 28 and 29;
Florence, April 4 and 5 ; Stover,
April 11 and 12; Syracuse, April 11
and 12; Versailles, April 18 and 19.
M. Wrav Witten,
Supt. Public Sbhools.
Election of Officers.
I'he annual meeting of thc Morgan
County Life Insurance Association
was held in thc Commercial Club
Rooms Tuesday afternoon, March
nth, and the following officers elect
ed for the ensuing year: E. A. Crew
son, Pres. : R. M. Livcsay, Vice
Pres. : E. W. Curtis Secy. : T. P
Bond, Treas. The following Board
of Directors were also elected: H.
K Abell, C. H. Mason, P. H. Ant
weiler, A. Y. Cooper, E. O. Adams,
O. C. Weaver, John Smith, H. Gehl
ken, I. W. McClelland and H. R.
This is a home association, giving
a full guarantee for every dollar you
pay in, no salaried officers to cat up
the income, keeps your money at
home where it is most needed, and
should have, and will have a thous
and members. If you are eligible
for membership better see Secy. Cur
tis and be enrolled.
Mrs. Pete McDonough, of Purvis
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. McClanahan.
Wm Kelly of Frankfort, Kansas, is
here this wee,k looking after his large
farm southwest of town.
Miss Hattie Barnett. who has been
visiting relatives in Kansas and Clin
ton, Mo., returned home Wednesday.
What do you say about a town
meeting for the purpose of selecting
candidates for the various city offices,
and school directors?
Messrs. Ruby and Wilson of Macon
City, Mo., passed though here Wed
nesday on their way to Hot Springs,
Ark. They are taveling horseback.
Died, at her home near Windsor,
Mo., at 1 o'oclock a. m. Werlnesday
morning, Mildred Frances, daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. Evary Hodges, aged
3 months and 17 days. Thc remains
were brought to Versailles Wednes
day, and interment will be in Ritchie
1 cemetery today.
We Have a Democratic President Now
"De Year ob Jubilee am Come!"
Now is the time to Mrs. J. W. Boles
SOX your muUUUlUl. New Millinery will be ready for
Be SUre yOU get the inspection Friday and Saturday,
best Oil as thlS IS a March 21 and 22. You will find
yirc imortont. fftot.nv a large, well selected stock from
tr insure n annH hn.t.nh. threeof lhc leadinK markets, Chi-
. P j . cago, St. Louis and Kansas City, und
ijupwu wi io vuvw ,cxpcriencc(1 trimmer to do your
Dy ail tO D6 Tin DOST. work, They are prepared to suit
oil for incubators, you, their aim is to please in goods
For sale at our store, and prices
Prinft Rr T.nt.7 Remember the date.
Seed potatoes, onion
sets, vegetable seeds,
All kinds of garden
and flower seed in
bulk and package.
We have the most
complete line of seed
in Versailles. Come
in and select the kind
vou want wnne our
stock is complete.
Price & Lutz.
We have TWO cars,
and, as usual, have
them bought right, so
you know where to buy.
we will look after your
1 C. H. Mason,
I everything Clean. I