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Morgan County republican. (Versailles, Mo.) 1906-1914, October 03, 1912, Image 1

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s Thirteenth Year.
Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, Oct. 4. 1912.
No. 40.
Furniture of nil kinds repaired
anil satisfaction given.
KiDWKi.t. a Tai.hoit.
Furniture Store
Bridles and
Saddlery Hardware.
Carriage Trimming and Re
pairing Neatly and promptly
In Business 41 Years.
Harness, Bridles, Etc.,
Home 1 made, Hand-mad
and guarranteed.
Will meet all competition
in prices considering quality
of material and workmanship
Call and see me before
Versailles; - Missouri.
Office in New Odd fellow ItuildiiiK
Koonis 36..T6
Versailles, Mo.
Prompt Hcrvice and fir.st-clas.s work
to all patrons. Phono 37.
I'hr I'trill Of
(At Kidwell'h Old Stand.)
Will continue Ihc Undertaking ind
Furniture business.
We are prepared tu do all kinds o
cpairing, and furnish Furniture at
prices that will cause you to buy.
An excellent assortment of Caskets,
Coffins, Robes, Etc., will be kept in
stock. Prompt service, and satis
faction guaranteed.
Call on, or phone us.
I'hon. 258.
One-Way Colonist TUkats to Call
fornla and North Pacific Coast
Points, will bm on sals al vary low
rataa of faro daily, Soplsmbor 23
to Octobor 10, 1912
Tickets are honored in
Tourist Sleeping Cars upon
payment of berth rate about
half that of standard sleepers
but fully as comfortable.
Choice of Three Routes
Via Colorado Scenic Route to Salt
Lake City thence Western Pacific
through the Grand Canyon of the
Feather River; via Colorado Scenic
Route to Salt Lake City and Ogdea
thence Southern Pacific; via El
Paso and New Mexico the direct
route of lowest altitude and rout
of the "Califomlan" U connection
with the E. P.& S. W. and Southern
For Information, write or can.
Geo. A. iVIvoRuaN, Agent.
4 ?.
A hustling printer can make it earn
8100. 00 per month. I have done
this, when able to work, and did not
nearly exhaust all it's possibilities.
If vou want to go into the newspaper
business conic and see me.
Versailles, Mo.
Must Sell.
The Bank of Versalles.
having a surplus fund larger than its
'.h re are over Thirteen 'I housand
Slat-.- Hanks and Trust (Vup.inies
in the United States, hut only 000 be
long to the ROLL of HONOR.
stands within 00 of the top.
We have earned and hold our sur
plus for the protection of our deposi
Condensed Official Report of the con
dition of the bank
Made by a Committee of Stockholders
at the close of business-Srpt. 11, 1012:
Loan ahd Discounts, - 8248. '231.37
Bonds 1.000.00
Real Estate, 8,189.80
Furniture and Fixtures - 3,000.00
C.rh and due from Hanks - 70,025.91
Capital Stock, fully paid, -30,000.00
SURPLUS - - - 46,723.50
Hills Payable and Rediscounts, 37,
Deposits - - 215,926.58
Total, S330.550.08
The Above Statement is correct.
Will L. Stephens, Cashier-
One of the society events of the
season was the wedding last Saturday
at ten o'clock of Miss Beulah Hubbard,
daughter of Ex-Congressman 1) Hub
bard, to Dr. Charles D Osborne, son
of Mrs. P.G. Woods. Miss Beulah has
lived iu this city nearly all her life
and stands in the front row among
our best and prettiest girls. She pos
sesses the charming combenation of
being both a society and "home" girl.
Her mother died many years ago, and
she has had charge of her father's
household since then. She is well
educated, able to take her place in
social functions with the best, and at
the same time is fully capable and
equipped to take charge of a home
and the doctor would have had to
look a long time to find a better wife.
Doctor Osborne is well known in. this
city, having lived here a part of his
life. He 'is one of the young and
rising physicians of the country and
is at present located at the little city
oi Flarence, where he has a large and
lucrative practice. With his abil ity
and inclination to medicine, he has a
most brilliant future and this young
couple have nothing but the best to
hope for and look forward to.
Hiram Keith, of Barnett, was in
town Monday.
It is reported (hat Myrtle Handy
heard from California last week.
Hope it was good.
Jnst want to call
a few of tHe low prices on things you
buy almost every
prices and you will
trade with us
Royal Dainty Flour, per
Home Produce Flour, per cwt
Fancy Patent Flour, per cwt
Turkey Hard wheat Flour, per cwt
4 cans choice corn,
2 cans tomatoes,
3 cans hominy,
3 pkgs. Krinkle corn flakes,
3 lbs. choice new head rice,
These are Just a sample of
gains we have for you.
1 This Week we are
J Pnr Fco-c
For Eggs
For hens
Spring chickens
Owing to changeable
prices but will pay top of
We want Morgan County potatoes. If you
have potatoes to sell bring thjyoe mus.
We pav highest price for all produce.
Price. Luts & Price.
Surprise Birthday Dinner.
The relatives and many friends and
neighbors of Mrs. Hugh Barber, who
live three miles west of Versailles,
gave her a birth-day surprise party
dinner Sunday, Sept. 20th. About
75 were prerent, and all had a most
enjoyable time of it. 1 hose present
were; Mrs. Conway Jones, Mrs. C.
C. Harbour, Mr. and Mrs. John Draff-
en, Mr. and Mas. Uelus KnrDour and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Osina Ross
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wil lLut-
man and chnldren, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Lanhorn, Mr. and Mrs. James Parson,
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Crow and son, Mr.
and Mrs. Price Jones and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Reed and son, Mr. and
Mrs, B.S. Barnctt. Mr. and Mas. Frank
Ratchiff, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Hudson
and son, Mr. and Mrs. I .etch worth,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seigle, of Stover;
Mrs. and Mrs. P Sampson, of Col
umbia Mo., Mrs. W R. Glasgow, of
Vleits, Kansas; Mrs. Yandy, of Col
umbia, Mo. Misses Ruth Barnett, Lula
and Myrtle Miller, Blanch I.anhorn
Eliza Murry, Ella Ratclifl, Lauvcria
Jones, Hattie Harnett, Messrs Berry
Barbour, Cecil and Joe Parsons, Karl
Ratcliff, Dorsey and Ixyd Ietchworth,
I'dgar Seigle, Alford Shores, Mittie
Draffen, Tomy Beaver.
Call and see the hats at the Millin
ery Bazar, get our prices and inspect
our goods before buying elsewhere.
N. h. Mounts.
Rev. Hesler loaded his household
goods this week and he and family
left for their new field at Slater.
Friday night is regular communica
tion of Versailles Lodge, No. 117, A.
F. & A. M., and a big time is prom
ised by the G. L. delegate. Come
out and hear him.
Jesse Wra. Cole Dead.
Jeaso William Cole died in his
apartments at Martin hotel, this
city, Thursday, September 2Ctli, in
the 79th year of his age, from a
paralytic stroke which ho received
several months ago. lie was a veter
inary surgeon, and successfully prac
ticed the profession here the past
few yoare, until hiu health broke
your attention to
day. Study these
see it pays you to J
the bar-
12 l-2c
market can not quote
down and ho could mil attend the
muiiy calls made upon him.
Mr. Colo was born in Winchester,
Kentucky, December !l, 1HXI. He
moved to Missouri in 1808, Bcttlin"
at Tipton where soon after lie. mar
ried Miss Annie. Hii.ell, who died
runny years ago. To them were
born a son nnd daughter, the former
having died in early childhood, and
the latter Miss Jessie Colo, who ro
aides at Martin's hotel, und attended
her father throughout Ins illness.
Ho leaves a brother A. M. Cole, of
Tipton, and a brother and sister In
Kentucky, with many other relatives
and friends to mourn his departure.
He was a member of the Christian
church, aud being ready for the
summouH expressed a willingness to
go aud meet his Redeemer.
The remains were convoyed to
Tipton Friday, where in the Odd
Fellows cemetery they wore laid to
rest by the- side of departed loved
ones. A good man has answered the
summons and his soul is at rest.
Mrs. M. F. Mariott has a very
complete line of cheap and up-to-date
line of hats, and is constantly renew
ing her stock with hats from different
Preaohln? at the Presbyterian
Church Sunday.
Regular services will be held at the
Presbyterian Church Sunday. Every
body invited.
Oh you eggs 20c this week, at Ma
sons. In the lead as usual on eggs, 20c
this week at Masons.
A watch is always right right as a
gift and right as a timekeeper when
from our shop.
Stover's Jewelerv Store.
The wheat crop of Morgan Co.
will perhaps be 600,000 bushels (or
German Settlement.
Chilly fall like weather.
Wheat nearly all sown.
Several beef rings organized this
Some funnels are hauling wheat
and taking advantage of the good
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moscr and sun
Oran and daughter Lydia. Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. Moscr, of Woodburn.
Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Aesch
bacher visited at II. D. Hofstetter's
last Sunday.
Mrs. Isaac Zuercher and her
daughter, Mrs. Dan Bosinger, from
Paudora, Ohio, left last week for their
respective home, accompanied by
Mrs. Barbara Garber, who intends to
stay in the cast this winter.
Charley Harder built two big silos
last week, and is now filling them.
Ed Clodfeltcr thinks he knows this
country pretty well, however he got
lost in good shape last Saturday in
the woods east of town and if Van Crew
son had not lined him up and started
him right, we might have been out of
a photographer for some time.
A very large acreage of wheat is
going in this fall and wheat ne 'er
went in in better shape than it is now.
The Millinery Bazar is the place to
buy your fall millinery.
A lut for every head and prices to
suit all.
N. E. Mounts.
Any one who looks over the or
chards in Morgan county must be
surprise I to see how little care these
orchards are receiving. There are
thousands of trees in Morgan county
that might to be'bearing from six to
twelve bushels of the finest quality of
apples, that have not a peck of m ir-
kctable apples on them. I he apples
are of splendid varieties, anil there is
nothing wrong, except that the trees
receive no care. The trees have
neither been trimmed nor sprayed
and for this reason the apples are in
ferior and rotting on the ground.
The little city of Stover is to be
commended on their street fair.
Their art hall and agricultural display
was a surprise to those who attended.
1'hey also made a good showing in
stock, and everything went to show
the enterprise and get up and get our
people in the west part of the country.
They had a big crowd, which they
took care of in good shape, and we
hope the little Rock Island city will
keep their fair going each year.
Many attended from Versailles.
Dr. Bowline is back from New
York city where he has been taking a
post graduate course and is better
equipped than ever to follow the pro-
fesson in which he has already been
so successful.
C. H. Mason, our grocery and
meat man, certainly holds the belt for
a long automobile run in one day.
Last Wednesday morning he and Mrs.
Mason left Versailles in their Ford
car and that night took supper with
their daughter Ethel Williams, ten
miles cast of St. Louis, making a run
in one day of two hundred and four
teen miles. He never had the least
trouble of any kind. His little old
car never made a skip but pounded
off the whole trip as if it understood
it was up to it to get the Masons out
of the state as soon as possible.
They went on up in Illinois, getting
back Sunday, making a run of nearly
seven hundred miles. Its up to some
one to beat two hundred and fourteen
miles in one day, or Mason holds the
Mr. Ed Norris and family moved
from their late residence on pictures
que Seymour street last week to the
Capt. Legere residence on "Hog Al
ley" over near the Baptist Church.
Rev. P. S. Cayton, the new M. E.
Pastor, was here Sunday, and preach
ed to his flock Sunday. His family
will be here this week. We welcome
them to "Beautiful" Versailles.

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