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For the liberal
Nov. 29th, 1905,
The day before
We will tfive
who visits our
store that day
with every purchase of
We will give away
200 ten-inch fine
These are no cheap
chromos, but very
fine mounted pic
for the most fastidious.
Cut Price Cash Store,
The Oldest and Largest
Mercantile House in
Spices, Nuts, Raising and other
materials for cakes and pies at K. A.
I Williams' south side Square.
Circuit Clerk W. C. Thomas made
a trip to Illinois during the past week,
having gone in charge of a eonsign-
1 ment of Morgan County horses which
were shipped by V. S. Bowman.
' J no. K, Price passed through the
jcity Wednesday on his way home
from a two weeks' visit with his
'brother, Luther Price and family,
who reside in the Indian Territory.
11 us prove to you that we can
save you money on your Lumber and
Building Materials when you repair
the old or build a new house or burn.
Antwi'.ii.du V Haudv,
In a local item last week the Dem
ocrat stated that the Sims property on
McN'air hill had been sold. This was
a mistake, this property was not sold,
but is in the hands of U. A. Williams
i for rent.
The Rummage Sale by the Ladies'
Aid Society of the Methodist Church
will be on at the Woods building this
I (Friday) and to-morrow afternoons.
They have some good bargains in sec
1 ond-hand clothing.
( Don't Forget that H. M. Duff
1 has the mont romplcte line of TOYS
ever brought to Versailles. See him
ibefoie you buy your Christmas pres
ents. The goods are now on display
at his store for your approval.
Israel Carber, one of Morgan Coun
ty's most enterprising farmers, held a
barn raising Tuesday at his fine farm
seven miles northeast of this city. His
barn will be one of the best in the
j neighborhood when completed.
) Don't forget C. 12. Betty's second
annual sale of Poland-China Hogs, on
1 Tuesday November 28. to be held at
j the Kavanaugh livery barn, in this
i city. Thirty head of fine hogs are to
! be placed in this sale. Send for his
Joe Wendlecan. formerly of Bar
nett. was in Versailles last Saturday
and infoimed us that he had opened
a pool room and icstaurant at Stover
and expected soon to move his
family there. Joe is a hustler and
will make things go at Stover.
J. V. Sampson, superintendent of
the brick works at the Missouri Train
ing School in Boonvillc, came to this
city in company with his wife, who is
now under special treatment with l)r
J. L. Short for defective hearing
Mrs. Sampson is a relative of J. R
Potter of this city.
II. 1). Wood, who operates a bak
ery in Tipton, was here Tuesday and
purchased the bakery and restaurant
owned by Mrs. M. A. Sparks, on the
southwest corner of the square. After
the deal had been made the new own-
, er departed for Kansas. He will be
back here week after next to take
charge of his new quarters,
Another 'possum hunting party was
out from town last Friday night, and
as they took wisdom from the former
party's mistake in making too much
i noise, they succeeded in capturing
one lonely 'possum which had wan
dered away from his hole to look for
persimmons. Flew Harrison says
while their game was small their camp
I fire was l,as big as all out-of-doors.'1
I Quite a number visited the yards
of Dr. P. (I. Woods last Saturday
i to examine his coops of thoroughbred
' chickens. The strains were Buff Leg
horns and Games, and in the lot were
1 some of the finest specimens of male
birds ever displayed here, especially
the Leghorns. Kvery chicken in his
' flock shows that good care iias been
taken in keeping up the standard of
, the breeds.
fl Consisting of fifteen Sows and fifteen Boars. Four fall gilts will be bred for spring
M litter. All this stock is old enough for service and every one on sale is a perfect
fl specimen, grandly bred ana snows distinctive points ot ancestry.
Cols. W. D. Ross,
F. Bowman. Q PTTY.
THE MELVILLE STOCK CO.
The Tide of Life
And other rojally Bid CITY pro
ductions at the
Wanxtui to lixciiANorv A $75 cot
tage Organ lor cord wood or pole
wood. Organ in nrst-cl.v.? condition
suitable for home, church or Iodize
Price 25. Apply at Democrat office
Poland - China Hog's I
Will be held at the Kavanaugh Livery Stables in $
Tuesday, November 28th, 1905.
the West View Stock Farm,
KRAUSS OPERA HOUSE,
i-ISTI U JITS
Monday, Nov. 27, 1905.
Prices, 15, 25 and 35c.
l'icketi on sale Saturday, Nov. 25, at
Krauss' store. One lady free Mon-
lay night with every reserved beat
purchased before 7 p. in.
Mrs. J. .M. Boyd and aunt, Mrs.
Qnade of New York City, who is
bponding the winter here, returned
home Friday from a short visit to
Versailles friends and relatives. Tip
J. I., llartzel, formerly in charge of
the Rock Island engineering crew and
who had his headquarters here for
several months, spent last Sunday with
Versailles friends. Mr. Hartzcl is at
present located at Brighton, Iowa,
with a surveying party working on
one of the lines in Iowa.
Ben Kendrick, formerly of Camden
county, has purchased rrank Bow
man's interest in the concrete livery
barn of Bowman & Kidler, on Fisher
street, and is already in charge. He
is a relative of Mrs. Uidler and will
move his family to Versailles soon.
l'he new firm will be known as Kid
ler & Kendrick.
Mrs. Sallie Anthony was a passen
ger from Versailles on the north-bound
train last Friday afternoon, on her
way to Mcmlou, where she will spend
the winter with relatives. Mrs. An
thony is one of the writer's warm
friend whom we are always glad to
greet. She has frequently visited
here and has many friends in our
midst. Bunceton Tribune.
The local W. C. T. U. gave a re
ception at the home of Mrs. J. O.
Briggs Tuesday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Shaner, State Lecturer of the W.
C. T. U., and to show their apprecia
tion of her presence here in the inter
est of the temperance cause. Suita
ble refreshments were served and the
function was made enjoyable both by
the members and their notable guest.
Suools Machine Thread oe
.'t cakes Laundry soap oc
-5c box Toilet Soap Joe
25c box .Mention's Talcum Powder liic
Joe box Writing Paper l()e
No. 22 all-silk Ribbon, per yard.. 10c
No. -10 all-silk Ribbon, " " ..l'Jc
fi papers of l'ius 5c
5 papers of Needles 5c
4 boxes of Matches 10c
1 ross Agate lluttons 5c
Hgg Heaters 2c
Halting Dishes 12c up
Versailles Souvenir 10c
0 lbs Carpet Warp. .. .81.15 and Si. 35
Sn.fX) Overcoat for $2.00
fi.00 Purs for 3.75
) 50 Furs for 3.00
1.50 Purs for S
4.50 Decorated Lamp 3.9S
3.00 Decorated Lamp 2. -IS
1 .50 Decorated Lamp 9S
No. 2 Glass Lamp complete 15c
No, 1 Glass Lamp complete. . . . B)c
Suspenders 20, .?0 and 10c
Hest Calico, per yard 5j4c
Outings, per yaid Tic to 10c
Ladies' I'uderwear, per suit -ISc
Men's Underwear, per suit "8c
Men s Work Shins -ISc
Highest Prices paid for
Poultry and Eggs.
In Martin Hotel Building.
Pon't fail to- sec them, at the Fa
mous Cuuiiino Housr.
Don't forget to visit the Bazaar and
inspect our goods and get prices.
Mus. Oi.ivr. A. Child, Manager.
The Morg'ari County
Marble and Granite Works,
H. C. IGLEHART, Manager.
(Successors to Clark Marble Co.)
We have purchased the stock of this company
and will put in a complete line of Marble and
Patronage solicited in Versailles and vicinity.
Plymouth Kock Chickens.
On the day of my Poland-China
hog sale, Tuesday, Nov. 28th, I will
have a coop of thoroughbred barred
Plymouth Rock chickens on display
at the Kavanaugh livery barn, where
they can be seen and purchased by
any one who desires a first-class strain
of this breed of poultry. This will be
an opportunity to get good chickens
as well as good hogs.
G. K. Pnrrv.
Ladies come and look at
our Up-to-Date Coats and
Jackets. They can't be
Carl W. Bikrsach.
Bo Yov Suiter From Kidney Troubles I
We gnarulee one bottle of Smith's
Sure Kidney Cure to briieiH or cure, or
vour druKgkt will refund your moneyi
Bold by Vtienflles Drnfi Co,
vivi'v ini. wunnmii.i.M
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THE CSIItDRErTS FAVORITE TONIC.
n:vtcc or imitations
THE GCIIUUIC fTLPAItCD tf.UT tt
Ga!lard-Snov Liniment Co.
BT. I.OUIO, MO.
SOU) 11 Y Ml'NTZia DKt'G CO.
We will pay you more than anybody
else for your hides.
Maon & PitiCE, The Only liutchers,
The Only Guaranteed Kidney Cure
Is Smith's Sure Kidney Cute. Your
rirugKUt will refund yotir'nioitdy if nttrr
Inking one Ixiitle you are not' h.iMslitd
Ulh results, lly Vei Sidles 1)11 Co,