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Aorgan County Dernocrat.
CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, Ufj STATU, kAILRUAD AND GKNKKAI, NKWS.
Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, August 14. 1903.
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Ik Busiest Store
IN'oplu who huKu boon notic
ip.' tlio crowds abfut Tnc Run
sloru, mid coming,' out of thoro
witli hiuidlii.s luloly, Imvo found,
on investigation, Unit this store
is having one of lhi hotiviost
tnido.s in its existence.
Suits of Clothes, Huts, Slious,
Utidunvenr, Hosts, Uuihrollus.
Trunks, Nudtwcur, in fact all
kinds of goods going away from
thoro ovory dav bv tho iirm-
oikIs. Thov sold
ONE HUNDRED PAIRS
Of shoos in ono day. Strangers
if ask why this is; thoy soon tint
out howovor, its boon use
THE FAIR STORE
Has one of the lurgost and host
assorted stocks in tho country.
Thoy soil tho host goods for
Hits least money, and now that
people art: finding this out, thoy
are over running tho store - ith
business. Their line of clothing
is the best made and best litting
1 in the country.
If yon want to see something
nice and stylish in the
Step in. Thoy hnvo recently
purehas"d Rothchilds' immense
stock of line sample
which they are running olf at
IIALK VlllVK. Their line of
work and dress shoes is tho larg-
ost -i nd host in tho country and
if you want something line in the
.shoe line see them. If you want
a suit, or part of a suit, made to
tneasuso, look at their iiOO sam
ples They guarantee every gar
ment to lit.
Traveling men say
Is the best store in Central Mis
souri Kvery one wanting any
thing in their line should call and
.see their goods and prices before
Pwednt vil ,deaI
1 rMQ TRACJC MAIm
KSVI. 0N EVERY
Much lighter and
luor fltiililr tliun
l.tjtUr l.,uii XV. heel
End Reproduction ( thii Sole Sho.
They aro sole ropresontatives
Hostoti made shoo, the finest
Ladies' Shoe in tuoUnitod States.
Folk Club Orgsnized.
Muss Mooting hi Court House
Monthly nlt;ht, I'locttMt Per
iiuitietit Ofllcors mill Un
rolled I7 Members. '
Pursuant tit call a mass meeting was
hold la tin: Circuit Court Room in Ver
sailles Moml.iy night and a l-'ollc Club
wits organized with 1111 oiirolliiKint nf
137 members. The organization is tn
hu known as "The Morgan County
Folic Club." The meeting criticed tin:
fact Unit the people art: In earnest in
their demands anil aro ready to put
their shoulders to the wheel ami work
as a unit for reform ami ,'oxl govern
ment in our state alTalrs.
Following Ih a complete, list of tho
membership of tin: Club to date
MHI- Ol' .VKMIICIlri ICMtOl.l.RI)
Antwoilor. P II,
Anderson, U, 1'
lluldivlu, t; K.
Heulc, .1 no T
Hrowntiolil, K. P.
Ilrmvtillulil, l, 1'.
IJrbrgs, .1. G. '
Holes, J W.
Uonnr, K. U.
Uass, I, M,
Hiisby, .1 V.
Jl.niKlnrimi, L. J.
Hmijrlim.iti, W t).
iliiin.'iiman..lr . I.. J
Hiiii(,'liinaii, I", li
Huwunoi, F F
Uurnott. H S
Clifton. J. M
Cook, K. I'.
Uiirii, tJ. P
Clarke, V 11,
UliulMlrir. A 10.
Ciiclir.tti. K W
t'.urlis, K W.
Davis, v. li.
Dudley, .las A.
DulT, J. M
DulT, M V
Kuton I) W.
F.iirley, D A,
f Scrliurt, '1' K.
Glbb.), .1 F.
Ouilll, U. 11.
(Junu, A. ,1.
Gray, W 1
-iiirritiiii V V,
Hunlcf, 0. I).
Murilv, Sr I) ('
Hanlj. I) G Jr.
If.nyetl. ti. M.
Hulott, W B.
Htlk-tt, .1 G.
llitlie.i. .bis A
Ilutni'i, Joe G
Ivy, A I..
KitVHiinui;li. ,. W.
Kolley. It. i.i
Kitk, J W.
Kiilwell, P II
Kid well W A
Kltidlu, A. II.
Klaliii. II n ry
Krlntf. G W
l.U-esuv, U. M.
Llthinuer, W F.
MvitiL'Kton S li.
'J'einporary in ganization was cuVrtcil
by eleetlnj; Major Wm. II. llunh tem
porary chairman anil H. 1'. Tillman
temporary beerctary. Mnjor Hush on
taking the chair made a bnef and en
thusiastlc Impromptu nildrens Mating
the causes which prompted tho move
anil tho principles involved in securing
for lion. Joseph W. Folk the nomi
nation for Governor of our great com
monwealth, anil briefly defining this
position of our p'.oplo in demanding
for our standard huarer a man of hon
esty, ahilily ami tmcklmtie. who has
proven his ijualiflcatious to execute his
whole duty as an ollicial in uncovering
corruption anil bringing to justice
criminals who have betrayed the con
fidence of their constituency, The
Major deemed it a duty of the people
to dhow tlnslr hand anil fully support
au official who would do hlh duty
faithfully, Irrespective of coiiM'itiences
and Mingle handed, such a man we had
in the able prosecutor of St. I.ouls,
Hon. Joseph V. Folk. With tills mo
tlve in view thin body of citizens hare
been called together to organize, adopt
a eode of principles and to aid In secur
ing his candidacy to the highest olllce
in our state.
Th election of permanent, ollloe.rs of
the Club wan then taken up and the
following roster was elected to hold
for twnlve months:
President I). K. Wray.
Vice President, Kant Ward John K.
t a libs.
Vice President, West Ward Win.
Secretary II. F. Tillman.
Ass't. Secretary C. W. Kavanaugh.
TrcaMircr Dr John T. Jieale.
Tho President of the Club, Hon. t
Long, C II.
MvCoy, J F
Martin, .1 W
Marriult, t G
McD.tiilfl, W M.
Marriott, ,1 I:
Mart n, Sum I
McVoy, W. 13
Mason, C. 11.
MoGlaiiuliuii, .1 M
Mnielim, V 11.
.Muir. .1 P.
Mobloy. A II
iViclioU, W. P
Mcliols, Ft ml
Olllneor, A. W.
Price, Hum l(.
Pr ce, G It
PiMlv, G W.
Pot tv, W. T.
Putty. J A
Pucker, .1, II.
Price, G H
Paadelt, F, C
PiidKott, W A
P.iilsatt, P II
P.iJl!.'.tt, J II
Kiuiklii, J. H.
Ullclilo, W L
Idlelile, '1' I.
Hush, W M
Seoj.yln W U.
Seontdii!., W S
Kcojrtruis, F M
Himoni H N.
Stiipliuns, W. L.
StllllJIlB. .1 (i
Sparlti, .1. tJ.
Silvit.v, 7 M,
jStrluo .-Jt1 -oiu'iiir,
f-parlcii, G W
Tmlil. Warrun 11
'J'mvnley, 'I' It
'I'Iioiiiiishiiii, G I).
Tlinirpeni, U F
T..;-lo. , W A
VauKh.m. .1 I,.
West. M .1
Wa.hlitirn, .1. S,
Wmuls p (J
Willt.inii, F H
W.lllinns, 10 A
Witliitiiis. Jno M
Yitrnoil. H. P
Youri;. P 11.
K Wray, Is the oldest 'cmlie.r of the
Morgan "County H,ir, illo the V! -a
Picsiilents, Mes.i.s fe'tbi and Formnn.
are two or our m jsj protiiimsnt attor
neys. A committee compcio! W. 1'.. Me
Vey, Geo P. Clark; mil O. W. Petty
were appointed to draft constitution
ami by-laws. 1
Another comuiittcoo? three to solicit '
Club monikers. Fnlloiuir mciuhersl
were named Attorney Jolm l'. tiilibs.
.1 M llutr and .1 If. iirifP j
Mussrs, W.J3. Mo Vey. Sam It Price.
Attorney Win, Wend'ecati and T. M. ,
Silvey were apiiomtcil toilraft a pin-
gram anil secure sp iticirs for the next '
meeting of the Club.
The Club then adiournOifl'' meet on
Monday evening, August!
Women will Tnl
Thu Presbyterian ivroa! always
ride In the band wajfon 'II' ey have
neon weaiing a low of mr'-iutiiv on
R. W. F. DOKOVAI
their faces for .several days,
aslt them any ijiicstiiini.
they would have to till l
and wo are opposed to Win
tive, on general principles. W
waiting Is rcwatil il, for atti
forced rest of 43 hour the'
are running like mill rates,,
thoy talking about'1 Why
gotten a whistler from Ir
ran give the. blrdt pointers
ling, to give an entei taiDmni:
sallies, August '.'Mb.
A good whistler is harder
than a girtid singer, but Hi
have, the perse rverunee of t!
terians and they uKtrilly gel
go far. They have teeuted
inuu oi neuyer win in a tv
rare attainments. He and
land will furnish a nioi'rnm
ne noin unioriaining .um uuii p-e.
mi wouki giamy gi7e more. ;iace in
our moral and religious Journhl in tell
log our readers ibout liis ,Litertani-
uicnt but we, realize 4ur liiHitatious
As n ilitMjminalor of '-iws Mm iu-.-ih
comes to a do- , tw-entv of lln-n. nil
la I hint, at once wis take, off our hut in
respectful ad ml ration
Irs I le
C't)iitriu:tor IIo.sk ins WtxfH.
The marriage of Miss Jessie I.ovin-
gcr to J. A. Ilodilns, which was an
nounced for Friday, was koleuiuizi'd
Sunday afternoon in Kansas t ity, Uev.
Harry Mayor, a Jewish rabbi, ntH-tint-
tug. I he couple wen: accompanied to
ICansab City by thu bride's, parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Leopold .oviugur, and
their second daughter. Miss Violet.
Mr. Iloskiim is a well-to-do business
man, being at the head of a large force
of men on the Uock liiland railtoad,
and because of his urgent business the
wedding was solemnized sooner ihiiu
was announced. The couple will leave
shortly for Denver to spend a few
weeks, the guest of Mr. Iloskins'
The bride Is one of Sedalia's accom
plished young ladies and is especially
fine In uiuiic. having only a jc.ir ago
returned from Gmuiauy, wheie hho
grailuatcd In music at the .Stuttgart
academy. .Sedalia .Sentinel.
Mr. Iloskins is in charge of Camp
Iloskins, and one of the eontrh. tors on
the construction at Haw Cie.el. west
of Versailles. lie is the man i lias
boon Misponslblc. for tho big b.n ting,
in one instance, of which he n t id(l
ktg.i of powder, manipulatm.' the
s;mie liy electric batterlon.
lt!dlr.llun at Aiitloei'.
The dedicatory exorcises of ti e now
Union Church at Atitiouh, west i f Ver
sailles, are to be held on Aug . .t :i,
the Sth Sunday of thin month, all mugh
there will be Sunday Kohool f.t P ft and
preaching at 11 o'clock on tho uiu-oing
of thu 1 tli Sunday.
Arrangements for the iledleatu i on
the 5th .Sunday aru oh follows: Hun
day Hehool will be held at U:3D, a d at
11 a. in., Kovr.. Henry Allen anil I. N.
Smith will preach the. dedicator) Mor
mons afie.r which a basket dlnue will
he enjoyed in thu grove by nil I- at
tendance. At U p. in. another sc.- nun
will ho preached Thu program c the
day will conclude in tho evening 'ith
Herman to ho delivered by l)hl ,W.
Wyatt. It is to be a day of re. if mat
and social enjoyment and all good peo.
phi life privileged to be present.
WILL UK AT
THE CITY HOTEL, VERSAILLES,
ONE WEEK ONLY,
Aiisl, 18lii to til Inclusive, 1903.
Eyes lliorouglily tested, glasses uccu
rately fitted and adjusted.
u.. -1 ..i. i.1(.-..ri .-'im xiTatjnitVoft tTit iTfcn. "vtoq
I.I.'T It i Mill I' (,f t ? Il
" I krl t f 1 I f IMM Ptlt
SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.
OM.-iri.nl- 1'. U. S.mii.i:v, M I) ll.ionville, Mo., April 17. I'.mki.
To Whom It May Concern:
1 wish herein to express my high appreciation of the services of Dr.
Donovan, not only in my own case but those of my patients ami others
or whom he adjusted lenses while olllcing with me. I have gieat. confi
dence in his ability in his special line and heartily recommend him to
those needing anything in his linn. F. K. Smii.hv, M I).
Ori. l' K w" ' i l'liyH'"'"" ""' i;-on,
Ituiicctnn, Mo,, March J7, 1'nnT.
To Whom It May Concern.
This i- to certify that Dr. Donovan was in my olllce with me for feu
days and did considerable work In his line I find upon inquiry he has
given entire .satisfaction in each and eviry ease. His honesty, integrity
mid ability is hcvnutl question. P. K. Wll.l.lAMri, M. 1).
t)l l in: ok C. W Wa-i is, Physician and Smgeon',
Fayette, Mo,, May t, I'.lU.I.
I).- Donovan. Allow me In congratulate you on the good work vou
did In le liefer the public to me. ' C W. W.U'TH, M D. '
N. li. Specinl iiftcnfion fllven Jo children and those
who have never found Glcmes to suit.
Tiik Dl'MnuiiA i', and the Kanta-'-'ity
World dally, for 6'J,C0,
At 7 o'clock Wednesday morning oc
curred llie iniirringe of Prof. T J,
Stiickard of I'otlev College, Nevada,
and Miss i:dna M. Iliisby, daughter of
Itev. and Mis .1. Y llttsby of this
city The ceremony was performed by
Ret . .1. V. busby, father of the bride
and pastor of the M. K. Church, at the
paiHouagi on North Fisher street, only
the iiiitni.ili.ite families .f the contract
ing parties ho.ng present
'1'he couple dujiarti d on the tnoiiiiiig
train soon aft'.r their uiarrlage for
Denver, Colorado, and other western
points, after which they will return to
Nevada wliete they will reside in the
'I'll' gifio'tt is one ef the instructors
at fottey College null n brilliant
future a iiail of hint 'I ne bride in an
hcco.n;.li..hed young I., ly who had for
merly been in iittend-t nee at tho hftlilC
college She has many pleasing and
attractite ipiallllcatious and numeroiH
wurm friends In society circles In this
city and the groom m to be congratu
lated upon securing a companion so
congenial We join with their host of
friends In wishing them measure
of happiness and prosperity through
WIio'h Wln III Aiiiiirlfit.
A study of "Who's Who in America"
discloMiH the following ratios of
chances of attaining distinction n a
factor in the progieasof thu age:
The uneducated child has one chance
In ldo.ono. Kducatloii In a common
Mihool increases his chance four timet),
In a high school V? times and in a col
lege e00 tunes.
It 1'illows that every child possible
should a college training. The
advantages of Central College, Fayette,
Missouri, and its ncademles at i'ayetle,
Palmyra and Richmond ate among the
best, both in cost of living and in edu
cational fuollltlcs. Write for catalogues.
Civil (i iv'l
The next examination for te.ichcts'
eertilioates will he held Friday and
Saturday, August 21st and '.':itiil. nt
lublie M-hool building and the order
subjects given below will be followed
Kinsr ia v.
Write questions at
Geography S:0() a. m.,
tiriiiumar 1 : i j ' ) a, m
Algebra HI. (H) a, m. ,
l Irlhography 1 ::i(i p, m . ,
Language ;(() p, m. . , .
Arithtniitie. 2::i0 p, m. , , .
:on p. m. . . .
sr.i.o.vn ha v.
h:(io a. in....
8::iD a. ui... i
V. S. II. ,tory '.i:30 a. m. . . ,
Science 1 o : :t i a, in . , , ,
Physiol. igy l::tn p. m
Pedago'. y 2t:i() p. m
Adv. Ili .tory 1: Kl p. in
Fxain 'tuition will begin at ?;'M a. in.
and I .;: p. in. on both days mid elo'i'
at 12.. 'in and OiOU, repectivtdy. This
1,'hos nine hours etioh day for e.anii
uatlons. Subju-ts will In! given In (i.i oidei
named above and questions pi.... I nn
board at hour named in first column
and er.tst.-d at time named in second
column Hitch subject must be com
pleted and paper handed In befoie be
ginning the next. No subject will be
given at any othui' time than during
the hall day as indicated above.
Applicants: will he excused for any
half day when they have finished all
tho work of that kcshIuii.
J, P Johnson, Co, Commissioner
And eraM- at
. ..1(1:00 a, nt
. . .12:111) p. m
. .. ;:im p. m
, . . i:;io p. m.
. . . liMio p. in.
. . . coo p. Ill
. !):0Oa. ui.
, lo:iii) a. in.
. I2.no in
. ia?ao p. m.
. .I'.'IO p. III.
. (i.OU p. ill
. 0:00 p. m.
Leave your orders for Meat anil Ice
with u. All ordoiKn.Nceuted promptly
and goods delivered free as iibt'.al.
). C. Haiiov.