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Aorgao County Democrat.
CENTRAL MISSOUHI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS.
Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Nov. 6, 1903.
WOMEN and CHILDREN.
We Carry the
Our Clothing fills 160 feet
of shelving seven feet high.
We have 160 feet of coun
ter room which will stack
up on an average of three
feet (44 feet, counter room
has an average of four feet
stacked from ground floor
We can Tell Yoii.
You will see at once we
have enough Clothing and
Alone to fill the largest store
in Versailles. Our sales run
up into the thousands each
year. This alone should
convince you that our goods
QUALITY AND FRIGES
That make them sell.
WE HAVE $3,000 WORTH OF
Overcoats, Men s Suits, Ladies' and Children's Wraps,
And more coming that we are
GOING TO SELL WITH A GUARANTEE,
Every Garment bearing the H. & B., and F. & B. brands is warranted
to be free from defect in material and workmanship, to be silk sewn
throughout, sponged and shrunk. If any of these Garments fall below
this standard or prove unsatisfactory, they may be returned to us and
money will be refunded.
ELEGANT CARPET PATTERNS.
Just received fifteen hundred yards of Carpets, from 30 to 65 cents
per yard. We have four patterns, all wool, scoured, which makes
them hold color better and will not soil. Come and see them. They
Remember, we are headquarters for Tailor Made to Order Suits, and every garment is
warranted as above. We give you
2,000 Samples from which to Select
If you get a garment from us it will fit and wear. It will please you and save you money.
We are the oldest house in this line in Versailles. We guarantee fit. If Suit is not sat
isfactory you need not take it.
The Oldest and Largest Mercantile House in Versailles, Missouri.