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A Woman Hung
Around her Bweetheurt's
neck and bugged to gut
a hair-cut itml shave at tins
best Harbor Shoj) in 1 lie
city, which ho found to bo
Opposite Opera House Mock,
I nr. a 'pws.
Call for llaidy's I'ri.c Halting I'ow
M S'pidol will lilt youronlers fur IcJ
Cieam in iMiantitle.s.
tin to Iliinlv s- grocery and ask for Ills
l'n.c Jl.iklng l'owder.
Dawson Crisp of Syracuse was hep
Wednesday attending circuit, court
M. Kfiiilcl's In the phi' i' to got lei!
'.ictiii, ice cieam hoda and ail summer
w. I) liicnurdson (ii Crittenden was
in attendance at court bore llnj first of
John Council ami A. C. Walters of
Climax springs were hen; on court
If yon want pure clean Jiv, fresh
Meats and (iroci'iirh, leave your order
with I) C Hanly.
W. T. Kced, tin- firavios lead mln
promoter, was in attendance: at circuit
join t hi:ri! this week.
August .Siegel, David Heiidri.t and
James htcflo of .Svraetlse were among
(In- eoiirt visitois here this week
T. (' Shy on.; of Little Morgan's
progressive cili.ijnb, was here this
week In tlic cupacit.v of a juryman.
.m-nes uiini; liwiniuir and Jtcssie
lienid of Tipton were the Kindts of
MihK I jlil ti Jacobs in this city last :iun-"lay.
Judge .John A. lilovlnsof St Louis ar
rived In this city W;dncsdcy moriiiny
for u brief visit with friend) and rela
tives. Ilr. W. L Ilitller and .1. A. Vows,
two prominent Harriett cilicns, were
heii! nilcuiliiig to busbies matters
James I,'. Kstes tins week pin cliai-ed
the lesiilciicu in w Inch he is living In
the northeast pait of town, from John
Moss, tiie funnel owner.
Last Saturday Alf. Ileinemati traded
the new cottage he Is ju-t completing
on Hast Nuwton slicet to John llnir
man ami son living east of Vcrsuiilet.
Dr. 11. J ICellcvand wife and Mrs.
Neva Taylor accompanied Itcv. J V.
Mushy to delisted Monday evening
niiil attended the revival services in
Aio lilies and worms on your cab
hat,'eV If ho, call at The Clone Drue
titoio and get a hottle of Krcso. Its
within the reach of all anil i;uaran
Iced. C. I). Hunter. Druggist.
James II. !purloek. James J Herns
anil Alfied W. Iluinsdcparted Ucdncs
day for a trip t Denver and i.thi r
Colorado points They will tal;c in
tin; health icsurts in Colorado before
Joe V. Stephens and wife eaiue over
Irom liunceton Tuesday foru hnef visit
with the family of W 1, Stopliens. his
Inother. Wednesday the two brothers
(mil theii wives diove to Kiiluit and
spent the day
lion. Tims. C. .Snorj;nih', one of Mor
gan eiiunty's most unteiihive htoc.k rain-
TH anil piopi letor of the Laurel Hill
htoclc farm in the north part of Hie
I'ounty. was a juryman at circuit court
in fcci.sion here thin weelt.
Itev. j. J. Ilauj; liuiaii. chairman of
the Creer Moiniment committee re
tiehlh thine wlui hae pj.jd j,,
their hiibicriptlou to said fund to oouir
foi until at once, as the hiihsenpt.ous
inn needed, Inclose the matter up
Mr. u m I Mth. J. A llosUiim, accoin
panleil hv Mlsset, Violet l.ovlii,'er and
1'aiinii'. Crosserk of Sedalla wuns in
VirMilIli;n last Sutnlay ami ueit at
the City Hotel. The f inuur are the
new lu lile anil (,'rooui and the c.aiuis
over from Colo t ninp
Many of our friends au ciiln plainlii;
that the Intjfh ami worms are e.flVinj,'
lti their e.ilihne. inher vctltahles and
melon vines. They thoultl leeure a
lxittlo of Kii.'M), a -rfect illhlnfeeiaiit
iirul j;erni!ieiile, i;uurnnteeil, by C. I).
IJuiitcr, at the UJobc Dru tiuuv.
Ilurdv's I'rlrt! IliiUlnjr I'owiler l the
Uiml to umj In your bilking
.loli a Silvey came oer from llf-fncll
nud fpent HutiilayluM -.ith hlb family
A Hock Island tunnel near I.eeS
Summit will have to bo cut 5U0 feet
through so'M rook
Mrs. I'.iul !Sitirlock departed Mon
day morning for ft brief visit with her
parent at Clinton, Missouri.
Miss Mury Wltteti rcturneil Wednes
day afternoon from a two months no
I journ In Colorado and Now Mexico.
Kldcr Ii. I!. Woods filled his regular
appointments at Highland Mini Hope
well last, .Sunday morning and evening
A marriage license, wan issued Mon
oay by Circuit Clerk Thomas to Albert
T. Tucker of Cole Camp and Misn Laura
Anna I'.iltncr, of Licoln. Mo,
About .'i,700 men are engaged in con
struction work on the Hock Island be
tween Kansas City and Versailles to
say nothing of the big steam shovel.s
and other machinery Ix-ing used
We are not just beginning the free
delivery of meats to our euslome.rs but
have been delivering free, of charge
ever since, v.e began business and will
continue to do so. Leave your orders
for Meat, Croceries and Ice with 1 (
A party of Itoonvillu lishermeti com
posed of Charles C. and Kd, H Miller,
James and Komco Memmel. arrived in
Versailles Monday evunlug and Tin
day morning started for Arnlioldt's
mill and the N'laugua for a weck'it out
ing. They were ilxcd for a good
Hen Comer living near Kxeelsior
diove a team to Hopewell church last
Sunday night and during services some
vandal selected his team from the
many Intoned near the church and cut
the harness to pieces. Such depreda
tions desei ve the severest punishment
the law prescribes
wu i nursimy, August J., tie' nig day
it tin- I'.iineeton I'air, the Missouri
I'aeillc will have n cheap rate all along
line. The round trip fiom Ver-
sallies to liunceton will be 21. from
Tipton will I... r.iic This cheap i ate
will give everybody a chance to see
the Fair at a nominal cost.
Thursday night of last week Hon
loel D. Hubbard and Col. C. C. Mer-
iot biought out theii herd of hounds
and had a line fox chase on Zwanzli-
ridge. The hounds succeeded In start
ing two foves which proved one of the
most interesting cliases these two
worthies have e.njojed in many a day.
I. K W.iltei subit'd of lioonville. the
genial agei.t of the A uhetei-lluscli
llrewliig Association in that city, wan
here TucMiay Intel viewing J V. Liv
ingston, their Versailles agent of the
same association. If Mr Wnlterschicd's
portly pin s.ijiie is any eriterian to go
by, the Ahlic uscr-llm-ch ' hop elixir'
must be a whole doctor shop
J. I). Iluruett of Cedar Falls, A. I'
and M, ll.indolph of Davenport, Iowa,
and A. M. Lauphere of ('haiiibui lain,
South Dakota, were here last week
and accompanied by II A. Young, the
real estate man, tool; a tour of Morgan
county's farming interests. These men
weie all very much elated over disnov
eiiesheie and it is more than probable
that they will all mal.e some invest
ments in Moigau county dtrt.
Mesnrb. J K Koontz of I'eiinsylvuuia
and W. T. Hughes of Wist Virginia,
two extnsi'e capitalists who have in
terests at Kortuna, were in Versailles
Tuesday und drove out to the llnir.ilo
mine to lake a look at this mineral
property. These two gentlemen have
an eye on Morgan county's mineral
lesources and will probably make
some extensive investments here.
A basket meeting was held at Mount
Nebo, four and a half mile northwest
of Versailles, last Sunday. Kuv. L J
Itaiighmati of this city preached two
sermons, one In the morning and the
other in the afternoon. At the noon
hour dinners weie served on the
( round and a large crowd gathered to
on Joy the exeieiscs. IMemy of good
singing led by Mi is Smiley and an ex
cellent choir wa one of the features.
II O. Kvans of Marion, Iowa, ariived
in this city Monday moriiim; and j)r.
reeded ut once to the Simpson coal
iitim cusi oi vernaiiies. .Mr livans Is
a surveyor and we uiiderstuud his mis- 1
slon here Is for the purpose of survey
Inir a spur from thu tllinpson coal lands
to the most convenient point on the
KoeU Island extension, which will nut
be far from Versailles. He has some
interest in the development of this
coal ptoTty und has been eut here
by his company on the prubent lul
CARL W, BIERSACH j
I , DEALER IN 1
JJiy Goods and Notions, J
frr Tailored Clothing, mi I
Ti N SHOES AND HATS, Y l J
,i Groceries, ()nccHsware, . i I
It the "Red Flag,"
ILtrdv'.s I'j-e Haking I'owder
going like holakes. Ask for It.
I'OU SALI-j-Two good residence
properties, t:h,p. II. A. Yot.'Mi.
T. M Huntf Sr., returned Tuesday
afternoon frolu sojourn of a month
in St Louis.
There will.e regular service at the
Christian Chub next .Sunday morn
ing and even'g. We welcome in ad
vance all wh(lll attend. Our well
conducted anifritere.stiiig llible School
meets at It . .10 icry tiurulay morning.
K II. Wooiih,
theprottaitd meeting which had
been in piogM, at Cleiisted for two
weeks pi, -viol closed Tuesday night
with :)(! coiifes,, m ,-,d m(1 aililitioita to
the church. . J. Y. liusby assisted
Ktv. A. II. Mcii gbl, the p.istor, dur
ing these.r;lro wb.ch Droved verv en-
iurai''ru' :iH.,'i:inced the religious
interest of th. 'Kurieiration.
A hav-ride piy with Jewell Wil
liams, C:egg irtn. Hoy .Moore and
Wullace t lifi. i j the Chief Conduc-
tois. and pi. -H(of young ladies to
make the iiuu lively, drove here.
there and ewryhi.rc last Saturday
night, and in f-ic drove until all were
fully satisfied, w-n they side tracked
for their respectt homes. They had
fun in whole -li:)(s.
Miis Annie I.vis Sims, who lias
been a teuchei oiloeiitloii in this city,
has iieen olfer disposition as Instruc
tor uf lOlocutionn the Great Western
Normal Kehoui ii lluslness College at
Webb City, and ,s decided to accept
the. i.ainii to Ukjljeet about the mid
dle or October jhe will have charge
of tin dcparlutciof oratory and elo
cution, to whiebosition Miss Sims is
admirably lltledS she is a lady of
laicnt tn In
friends to Ver a
learn of her goiifortuni:
ne of work Mer
s will be pleased to
Dr. S. 0. Wheat of Kansas City, who
is interested in thu Mineral Culch
mine at Cleimted has been in Versailles
several days this week looking after a
ease in court.
The Versailles base ball team will
go to liunceton t'i Thursday of next
week to play a game with Jiuncetou
tcau,. 'Thursday is the big day at the
I'.'iir and many from here will lie there
to see the game
Dr. Vincul William arrived in Ver
sailles last Satuidav eveninc and will
take a couple of weeks' rest with hla
parents, Dr. and Mrs. (). A. Williams
I in this city. Vincil is a hludent at
medical college in St. Lotib, and dm -Ing
ln.s vacation has been assistant in
one of the lio.ipi!..ls in the city, in
which capacity lie is having an oppor
tunity to ifi'ii much 1. nov!e 'go lu h!i
profi.L-.lon as a physician.
ucv Isaiah liarber will preach at
Salem Church live miles west of Ver
sailles, August ytiud, the Uh Satuiday,
and a protracted minting will begin at
that time. He will be asH.sted by other
minister. during the continuance of
th e services. All members and visitors
are invited to be present. A Ouslness
meeting of the members, will be held,
the object of which is to impiove the
condition of the chinch and grounds.
Cen. J. K. Hudson, who purchased
the Old Institute, prop-rty facing H'il
llamsou avenue from W. T. Jackson,
liaB a bevy of workmen on the grounds
cleaning up the premises, while car
penters are engaged in tearing the big
building partially away and Instead of
the unsightly structure a handsome
residence will be relltted. 'The loca
tion Is one of thu finest in Versalllo.
nod when he gets Ihrouirh with ll...
improvements he will have one of the
most valuable and iileasant I llllrii! rest
donees in Morgan county. We are
glad to tee such men as den. Hudson
take hold of the residence interests of
t. A. Dowler anil Miss Delia .ones?
both of this city Monday morning se
cured a marriage license of County
Clerk W. C. Thomas after which the
eiuple were united In marriage hv
Judge H. K Neville in the probate
Agent II N Simons has our thanus
for a Hue map of the Missouri 1'aci ffe
Hallway. The map contains all thu
linus controlled by the Missouri I'ac, Ile
um! connecting links throughout the
country, while it also gives other valu
able information to tin; traveling pub
be 'The map serves a good purpos. in
the Democrat olllce, as it answers all
iniestions relative to connecting points,
questions which are being ulUwI us
A party of twenty young friends of
Miss Cllna Lumpcc, daughter of ,r
and Mrs. Louis Lumpec. mailt up !u
surprise and invaded her home oA
West Newton street Monday evening. I
After the first off-eta of the surprise
wore off Miss Clara proceeded to make
her guests feel at home. O.iui s ami
parlor nmusements of all k.h N were
introduced and u general good time
was experienced and both the surprls
i:ih and their voim" hoste s weie
highly pleased with the success of thu
We are in receipt of a recent copy of
the Cas City Herald of Cas C itv Kan
kis, with compliments of A L llollom,
formerly of this city. The Herald is a
healthy looking ti-page six column
sheet in which the lleilwell Holtom
Itealty Co , of which Mr Holtom is a
prominent member, has a hulf.page;
adv. The Herald also has a two-c il
itmn wrlteup of the Taylor Light, Fuel
and Tower Co. which will furnish light
for the city. Mr. Holtom is now push
ing the establishment In that city of
tiie Kansas White Unitize Monument
Co. to manufacture ?lnc monuments,
with good probpucts of success, Leu Is
getting there with both feel.
OPEN FOB INSPECTION.
OmiEarly Fall Suitings and Waistings.
a-iday morning is the day that our Sale starts on
Early Fall Dress Goods.
Th best that Money can Buy,
4 usual no time has been spared in making se
ctions, and all the latest and best that money
cn buy can be seen on our counters.
The Lader of Low Prices and First-Class Merchandise.