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WM. WELL,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Diseases, of women and
children a specialty. X
Ray and Electro Treat
ment FOR RHEUMATISM
And diseases of the Stom
ach. Correspondence re
ceives prompt attention.
Office in Woods Block, up
stairs. Phone: office 93;
residence 5.
VERSAILLES, - MISSOURI.
The Democrat.
TILLMAN 5 DUFF. Proprietors.
filtered in the Post Office at Versailles,
Missouri as second class mail matter.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS AT
KANSAS CITY.
THE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY, ROBINSON & COMPANY,
LIVESTOCK COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
OFFIOES AT CHICAGO. KANSAS OITY,
OMAHA, 6IOUX CITY. 8T JOSEPH
AND DENVER.
Kansas ClTV, Oct. 10, 1H05.
Receipts of cattle thus far this week
die lo.K.O; last week 43,200; last year
V.0(K). .Monday's market was strong for
best offerings of all classes and today
with choice beef steers scarce; values
held firm, although medium kinds ruled
steady to weak. Good and medium cows
Mild at steady rates; canners slow, I'or
choice: stackers and feeders the inquiry
was brisk nt firm to 10c higher figures;
others unchanged. Hulls steady; veals
stiong. The following table gives prices
mm ruling:
1 xtni jrime cornfed steers. 5,45 to S.S5
',.iod .' 5.25 to 5.50
ordinary 4.25 to 5.00
Choice cornfed heifers 4.75 to 5.45
'.ond 4.10 to 4.75
Medium 3.5O to 4.1O
Choice cornfed cows 4.00 to 4.25
f.ood 3.2fi to 3 85
Medium 2.7.5 to .'I.U.i
I. .tuners 1,50 to 2 25
Choice stags 4.25 to 4.50
Choice fed bulls 3.2.1 to 3.75
f.nod VIHIto 3.25
Hologna Hulls 2.00 to !i..r0
e.il calves 5.IJ0 to 6.00
,'mmI to choice native or
western slockers 3 50 to
1 .ir 3.25 to
'iiiiiioti 2.75 to
mil to clioice heavy native
teeders 3.75 to
t; ur 3.50 to
mi id to choice heavy brand
ed homed feeders 3. 25 to
1 :s.oo to
' .111111011 2.75 to
(.nod to clioice stock heifers 2.75 to
V ur i!.25 to
.icid to choice t lock calves,
sieeis 4.00 to
1 u r 3,50 to
.mil to choice stock calves
heifers 3.00 to
I- ur '2 50 to
4.00
H.6U
.V!!5
4 .'II
'3
3 V)
.V-'T
3 Oil
V0O
y.75
I I!5
1.00
.UiO
3.00
Choice wintered grass steers 3.50 to 3.75
r.ood 3 2o to .i.bO
l air .1.(10 to 3.'25
k. h ire grass cows 2 7,1 to .1.00
f mod 2.50 to 2.75
C iiiiinon '2.1X1 to '2.50
Receipts of hogs thus far this week are
)7,'2..; last week 19,100; last year M.ooo
Monday's market was Tic to 10c lower
tin! todny gotierally Tie lower, closing
firmer. Hulk of sales were from fo.ooto
l'.'Ji; lopfc.15.
Receipts of iheep thus far this week
jre 18.W0; last week 10,500; last year
'J 5ij. Monday's market was steady to
l ie higher and today steady to stiong.
Wo quote: Choice lambs f6.75 to $7.00;
choice yearlings fTi.no to 5. 25; choice
wfthers f4,"5 to f5,iK, choice ewes f 1.25
to f I.50.
The celebrated St. Louis
Bread is handled by
W. N. G11.SON.
A WARNING TO MOTIIKUS.
Too much care cannot be used with
mall children during hot weather of the
iituuier mouths to gtiartl against bowel
t roubles. A-.aruleitis only necessary
to L'ive the cli'ihl.a dose of caster oil to
irn rt nnv disorder of the bowels. Do
tud use any substitute, butgive the old -
fishioneil qastcr oil mid s?c that it
fresh, as rancid oil nauseates ond has
lendcncv to urirc If this does not
check the bowels give Chamberlain's
Colic, CHolcra ana DiarrlKca Kerned v
tud then n doio of castor oil and the dis
ease may be checked in it incipiencv
itiid nil danger avoided. The castor oil
antl this remedy should be pioeurfd at
once and kept'nmdy for instant use as
vn as the r,l indication of any bowel
trouble appentt Tlis is the most, sue
.essful treatment known and may, lie re
ded upon with implicit confidence, even
111 casei.of cholera infantum. I'or sal
y MunUeliDrug Co,
uliai. V; Kttvaiuiiigh live Abstracter,
v.'iild like to wriUr your ileitis,
itpases, -outran etr (
W. M. Campbell Dead.
W. M. Campbell, aged 70 years,
died at Fulton last Saturday evening
and his remains were brought to Mor
gan County (or burial Tuesday.
Deceased was one among the old
est residents of the county having
lived here all his life. He was the
father of twelve children, eleven of
whom with his wife survive him. He
was identified with the Uaptist con
gregation at Oak Grove four miles
southeast of this city, in which neigh
borhood he had resided many years.
The funeral was held Tuesday after
noon, interment taking place at Oak
drove cemetery. The family and rel
atives entertain the sympathy of the
community in the loss of this aged
husband, father and friend.
I IK CAM.KD l'OR THK IIOTTM?.
Child Hros., of Pendleton, Mo., say:
"One of our men while unloading ties
got his foot terribly crushed. We at once
sent for the doctor, who was four or five
distant. As he was suffering great pain,
we sent him a bottle of Dr. Classe's Ger
man l'enetratiug Liniment, which we
kept in our store. Before it was used,
the Docter came, examined anil dressed
the wound and had the foot suspended
so that ice water could drop on it. He
left, saying that if he was careful and
followed his instructions he would be
a ble to work within ten or twelve days.
After a few hours the patient got tired
of the position in which he was lying,
and called for the bottle of Dr. Classe's
German Penetrating Liniment and appli
ed it as directed. This was on Saturday,
and the following Tuesday the man was
able to work." Sold by Muntel Drug Co.
Bargains at the Famous.
Men's Suits, SO. 50 and up.
Men's Underwear, 2uc per gar
ment and up.
Men's Overcoats, $2.50 and up.
Men's Pants, SI. 00 and up.
A fine line of Neckwear at 25c.
A nice line of Socks at 5c and up.
Men's Shoes, 50c per pair and up.
Men's Hats and Caps 25c and up.
Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, &c, &c.
At the FAMOUS.
A little forethought may save you no
end 01 irouoie, aiiv who nake it a
rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows
this to be a fact. I'or sale by Millltel
Drug Co.
Fresh entitled goods. Hour, produce,
etc., assured to customers purchasing
gno.lhor I'.. A. V illiams, tin; South Side
Fractured Hl.s Skull.
R. R. Glasgow, the stock man liv
ing two miles west of Versailles, met
with a painful accident last Sunday
morning by which his skull was frac
tured. He was running a wagon into
the shed at his barn when the wind
hew the shed door so as to strike the
wagon. The tongue struck him with
such force as to knock him down, the
back ol Ins heatl coming in contact
with the rock foundation, cutting an
ugly gash along the lower scalp. He
was carried .to the house where he
lay unconscious for a time. A phy
sician was promptly summoned who
dressed the unfortunate man's injury
but the accident was a narrow escape
from serious results. Mr. Glassgow
is the same gentleman who had the
misfortune of having a fine cow and
calf killed on the railroad near this
city early last week.
NOTHING ON TMK MAKKKT KQIJAI
CHAMlimU.AIN'S COI.IC, CHOU
RA DIARKHdJA rkmijdy.
'I his fact is well known to druggists
everywhere, find nine out of ten will
give their customers this uretiaration
wiieu me ue.M is asxeil tor. Mr. Uln
Winner, a prominent druggist of Jonlin
! M.. a circular to his customers, savs
' "There is nothing on the tuarkit in the
iiway m puicm meimiue which e(iiau
a I Chamberlain's Colic Uiolerii and Diarr
"ea Kernel- tor liowvl complaint. W
'ell and recommend this preparation
u t,,IL " "iii ''rug -o
K. A. Williams, thu South Side rn
cef.vinan, handles a tholeu line of gro.
corn's anil eutiueii guuls.
II. 10, Eni.ok. F. h. Eni.oe
DENTISTRY
PHONE NO T4.
For Kent.
Elegant Store Room northeast cor
ner Public Square, suitable for gen
eral merchandise, or any business
requiring good light, high ceilings, etc.
Two plate glass fronts and good base
ment, entrance from rear inside or
open areas outside. Apply to Gibbs
& Knipmeyer or Dk. Woods. The
man who gets this building and keeps
the goods will make money.
POISONS IN I-OOD.
Perhaps you don't realize that many
poisons originate in your food, hut some
day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia
that wilt convince you. Dr. King's New
Life Pills are guaranteed to cure all sick
ness due to poisons of undigested food
or money back. 25c, by Muntzel Drug
Co. Try them.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
State of Missouri. ),
County of Morgnn. f '
In t lie Probate Court for the County of Morgnn,
August 1 erin, 19.15.
I). I.. Wray. Hxcoitor of lllrom R. fish, le
censed Order of I'uhllcatioii.
l. K. Wray, Executor of Illfam R. Flsli, de
ceased, mesents In Hie Court his Detition. ur.iv
lug for all order for I he sate of mi much of the
real estate of said deceased n will pay and sat
isfy the remaining delits due hy said estate and
ct untiaiil for want of sufficient assets, acconi
nnuieil liv the accounts, lists and inventories re
quired by law in such case; on examination
wiiereoi, 11 is orueteu, mat 1111 persons inter
ested in the estate of said deceased lie notified
that application as aforesaid has been made,
and unless the contrary lie shown on or before
the first day of the next term of this Court, to be
held on the Second Monday ill November next,
an order will be made for the sale of the whole
or so much of the teal estate of said deceased as
will be sufficient for the payment of said debts
And It is further ordered. That this notice be
published in the Morgan County Democrat, a
.eeitiy newspaper puonsneii in mis uouitiy
1111 Mate lor lour wccks neiore me next term
of this Court.
STATU OF MISSOURI, I
County of Mohoan )'
I. II. H. Neville. Indue of the Probate Court
held 111 and for said Count v. hereby cert fv that
tl'.e foregoing is 11 true copyof theorigiual Order
f Publication therein referred to, as the same
ppears 01 record in my omce.
wiT.vhss niv nana aim seal 01 sain
, Court. Doneat thcoflice in Versailles
., j Missouri, this 'ith day of October, A.
u" D. 11,05,
r H. K. NHVII.I.H,
Judge of Probate,
TRUsTIUC S SAIJi.
Wiir.RitAS. Henrv Kedmoti. a sinzle tierson.
by his deed of trust, dated the 9th dav of Jul;;,
a-, nicu ior reenru on ine i n oay oi Jtlty. IrV.
mi recurueo lit uook 1 1, ai page t, oi me nerd
f Trust Records of MnrKan County, Miasouri.
niveyeii 10 ine iiiiiiersiKiieu trustee tile loiiow-
tllf clrscrlTied real estate, situate in Mnrtratl
County, in the State of Missouri, to-w it:
Allot lots tune I'lJ and ten 10l of I,iiin;ee s ,
feet in width off of Hie south side of a one acre '
I' ii si .iiiiiLiuiiiiiiitiiviji ffrs.iiiifs:nirisixiv,
tart purchated by Willard Ktdnion from John
.uiiiuee. Ir.. and wife liv Wartanlv Deed dntn! I
me ant nay nt heptetuber, ISSJ, ami situate in the
uorineasi irnciiuiini quarter oi section six
towiulilji forty-two (4J), lanee seventeen 171,
said tract briiifrGO feet in width north and south
by about 210 feet in length east and west; also
one and onu half actcs of land situate in said
loitheast oiiaiter of arction 6. townshm 42. ranee
7, beiiiK the n.une land heretofore conveyed by
ill n I.timpee, Ii . and wife to Win. C. Silvev bv
Warrantv Deed, dated .M.irch 25th. lss4. mid re
corded in Hook at jiaRe 177. of the Deed Kit
ordsof Moriiiiu County, except the east one half I
act e ol said ti act now cmued by Abxandtr K.
Jackson; .aid original tract baviiiK lieen knou u
h uie siaiiKiitrr House loi, nun oecrttieil in tue
eed uboe irferted to as two acies Kinp inline-
liately west of the one acre of land sold bv lohii
I, limner. Ir , and wife to Willuul Kednion. to se-
lire uiepawnetit oi a certain promissory note in
aid deed of ttust described;
And wherea-. default has lieen made in the
pa ment of said note, and therefore under the
ernis oi sain deed oi trust the undersigned
mstee is authorized to sell sulci real estate
herein described to nav off and satisfy said in-
lrbti.diie-.ii.
Now. therefore, notice is hereby eiven that I
will at the request of the leKal holder of said
note, on the
IStii Day ok Octoiikr, l'05,
I the north door of the Court House, in the Citv
if Versailles, in the C untv of Moreau nnd State
of Missouri, sell the above described real estate
or so much thereof as may be necessary, to the
i.!.i.t. r 1. 1.. I I ... ..ii.... . t. -
tiiKti-. uiii.ici lur su.ii ill ii.iiiii ii. tuusiy lllc
iiidebtednesi evidenced by said promissory note.
WII.I. I STKl'fl HNS,
Trustee.
$5,000
Reward will be paid to any
person who can find one atom
of opium, chloral, morphine,
cocaine, ether or chloroform
in any form in any of Dr.
Miles' Remedies.
This reward is offered because
certain unscrupulous persons
make false statements about
these remedies. It is under
stood that this reward applies
only to goods purchased in the
open market, which have not
been tampered with in any way.
Dr. Miles' remedies cure by
their soothing, nourishing,
strengthening and invigorat
ing effects upon the nervous
system, and not by paralyzing
and weakening the nerves as
would be the case if these drugs
were used.
For this reason Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills are universally
considered the best pain remedy
"I Iiavo suffered for 'J3 years with
pavere prtlna In my head, Imart nnd
liack. nnd have tried evorythlni; I
could get and could not find any relief
until I pot a box of nr. Miles' Antl
I'aln Fill. I Buffered n long na 13
bourn ut a tlnio 'with fluch novel o
palnai that I feire.1 I would lose r.iy
mind, rfho Anll-1'aln rills cave ni
rellif liv from 10 to 'M minutes. I da
not havo. to ii!" Morphine nny more.
I wl.sli yon would iiuL.li. li this ho that
ether JulXerem miy lln.l relief."
I. A. WALKEIl.
It. P. n. No. . rUIem, Inl.
Dr. Mltei' Antl-Plr) PIIU ars told by
rour drugrjlit, who will niiarsnU that
ho flrtt, packaco will licnafit. If It
fall ha will return your money.
25 doc. 20 conn. Never told In bulk.
IIiles r.jedkal.Co., Ilkiurt, Xnrl,
FURNITURE
and CARPETS.
When in need of anything in this line come in
and see me. I have a Complete
Stock of Furniture
And will sell it to you at a fair price. I can fit
you out right in
Carpets and Mattings.
Am sure I can please you. Will sell you Carpets
cut to fit the room and sewed, at prices usually
charged for the piece. A large line of Mattings.
J. W. KIRK.
JOHN P. GIBBS.
GIBBS & KNIPMEYER,
"THE LAND LAWYERS."
We have the only Complete Set of
ABSTRACTS
OF LAND TITLES
In Morgan County, and challenge investigation.
Special attention given to correcting and per
fecting Titles.
Office in Woods Building,
H. M. CARTKR.
CARTER &
Attorneys
Careful attention will be
placed in our hands,
courts.
Office over Post Office.
. w a
A Sure Cure
alls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints,
Frosted Feet, Burns, Scalds, etc. .
AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam
mation, and drives out Pain.
PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues,
promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscle
natural elasticity.
EST LINIMENT ON EARTH
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USEB
CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM
Mrs. B. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knorville,
Term., writes: "I have been trying the baths of
Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I
get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
than any medicine or anything I have ever tried.
Inclosed find postoffice order for $1.00. Send tae
large bottle by Southern Express."
THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00
BE SURE YOU OET THE GENUINE
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.
SOLD AND
Muntzel Drug
When You Want
LUMBER
Don't forget that
it pay to see m
before you buy.
Ii. F, Abell.
A. B. KNIPMEYER.
Versailles, Mo.
R. M. I.IVESAY.
LIVESAY,
at Law.
given
to all matters
Will practice in all
Versailles, Mo.
h m
for Rheumatism, Cutt,
Sprains. Wounds. Old
Sores. Corns, Bunions,
RECOMMENDED BY
Co.. Versailles, mo.
l'RAI'I) KXI'OSHD.
A few counterfeiters have lately been
making awl trying to sell iiniinlibns of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs anil Colds and other
medicines, thereby defrauding the mil),
lie. 'I hi is to warm you to beware of
such H.'ope, ylio r.rk to profit, through
stealing the reputation of remedies whiili
have been successfully ciiriiij; disease,
for over ' years. A sure protection, to
you, is our name on the wrapper.
Look for it, on all Dr. King's or Iltick.
leu's remedies, as all otheis are mere
imitations. H. I!. Hubklen & Co., Chi
ago. 111., ami Windsor, Canada, fcol-'l
by MunUel Oruj Co. - "

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