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Morgan County Democrat.
CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS.
Versailles, MoM Friday Morning, Aug. 17. 1906
m rii id k wi i i i jin ur
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Cl0Sill Out Sale! Summer Dress Goods
W I A. Ki Entire Stock of
- To - Wear Garments
The Fall and Winter Goods will soon be on the way and we must make room for the coming
Season. See the extra Low Prices.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS.
Each and every garment is
strictly up-to-date and made by
the best manufacurers in the
east ; here are a few of the extra
good values: $1.00, 1.25; 1.50,
T.7C. 2.00 and &2.;o. Any of
the waists are worth 35 to 50 per
We still have several nice pat
terns of Mattings, we cannot sell
them in winter time so we let
go of them now at one fourth off
the regular price.
Poppers For Mattings.
Embroidered Waist Patterns.
We still have a larce stock to
select from, not wishing to win
ter them over we have deemed to
sell them at prices rantiine from
$1.25 to $5.00 in order to sell
them quick. 1 ncy all go at one
third off of the regular price.
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS.
See our line of Men's Dress
Shirts at 50c, 75c, $1, 1.25, 1.50
and 2.00, there is nothing to
compare with them at that price.
Popper's for Shirts.
Wprp is where the knife does its work. No
attention is paid to what the goods are or will
be worth, we must make room for others that
are on the way. The entire summer stock must
(to. Summer coats anci rants, a regular uul-
v . . 1 1 1
ing Suit worth $LZ, will go in tins saie, incom
ing a Fancy Vest, for $10.00.
Wn have a lnrcre stock of sin
gle Pants, these also go with the
rest at closing out prices.
EMPORIUM FOR CLOTHING
Remember that the rest of the
Departments are full of good
things at extra low prices.
YOURS TO PLEAE,
Leader in Low Prices and First-Glass
5 H. K. ENLOE,
Orilcp M'hon Resilience 'Phone
5 1 nrAi. nrws.
Monday was Democratic day in
Shirts, Shirts, Shirts of all kinds, at
Private money to loan by Chas.
For fresh tender meats at all times,
call on the Butcher and Grocer.
C. H. Piuck.
Mrs. T. L. Townley of Texas,
.n-rivcfl horn this week and is the
guest of the family of her father, J.
M. Clifton, and other old friends.
The ricw Democratic Central
Committeemen for Versailles are
E. M. Carter for the East ward and
Good Fits Guaranteed in Clothing w T. Petty for West ward, both are
at the Famous.
Postmaster J. W. Mills made a
business trip to Jefferson City Tues
II. A. Young and family enjoyed
an outing down on the Osage this
Mrs. Luther Fry of Webb City is
making a visit here with her parents,
James McNair and wife.
The Latest New Idea 10c
Patterns now on sale at Carl
W. Biersach's, on the corner.
Mrs. J. C. Settle of St. Imis ar
rived here this week and is the guest
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ehvyn
Hen Goodman, who left here sev
eral weeks ago on a trip through
Oklahoma, returned Tuesday and will
remain in Versailles for the present
Mrs. James McNair, who had been
under treatment with a specialist in
St. Louis arrived home Tuesday,
with but little improvement in her
Fred Nichols Manager of the Nat.
Poultry and Egg Co., wants your
iiroduce. uoultrv. etrus. etc., and
will, as he always has, pay the high
est market price for the same.
Huy a copy of the Sunday Post-
Dispatch from Warren Tillman, the
agent, and read good fiction which
is furnished at a high price. A copy
of Sunday edition costs only 5c.
Circuit Court convened Monday
morning with Judge W. H. Martin
on the bench. The judge showed
courtesy to the Democratic county
convention by adjourning court at
11 o'clock to allow the Democrats
the use of the circuit court room for
John Miller's colored base ball
Still at the old stand and ready to
pay the highest market prices for
poultry, butter, eggs, junK, etc. r-reu
Nichols, Mang'r Mat. J'ouitry uouse.
Misses Ross Witten and Myra
Stephens went to Eldon Wednesday
as guests of Misses Opol Harvey and
Maud Franklin. They also attended
the Eldon-Versailles ball games.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hamlin of Jeffer
son City are the happy patents of a
fine girl baby, which, was reported to
the grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Orrin Hamlin of this city the past
Miss Alpha Stephens, the sweet
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
team went to Calfornia last Sunday L. Stephens, ot Versailles, is y.smng
-.1 i... unnC' n( 11,-1 the familv of her uncle, T. E.
ami i.ie.mcu ui iiiu Lwuim ji .tii.i.
place to the tune of 0 to 7 and got
back home the same night.
Ouite a crowd of base ball
Stephens, and family, of Hunceton.
Gov. John I'. St. John of lirownS'
A series of accurate and absorbingly Hnng your poultry, eggs,
interesting motion pictures of tc macs ami jumc 10 m ' - -
San Francisco earthquake, and the ai.
attending fire will be exhibited at the highest market prices and good
Km,,' On,,., House Mondav niuht. treatment. Fred Nichols, Manager.
Aug. 20. The films run for two hours. The change of time on the Uranth
Mrs. Shores Williams and baby of f the Mo. Pacific went into effect
East St. Louis made a visit here dur- last Monday morning and now the
ing the past week with relatives and n'i"K in arrives at 10 o clock
fri,n,U. having accompanied her the afternoon train arriving in er-
7 a ... 1 r-r Ui.. ' f. . ,1.,. o T, . I f.
mother, Mrs. C. H. Mason, on her sanies i:ou i.....B
return visit from Raymond and other
Illinois point. v.
Elder li'. 11. Woods, who is now
holding the pastorate of the Christian
church at Carson, Iowa, arrived in
Versailles Tuesday to make a visit
with his family and other friends.
He will spend two weeks at home
before returning to his
This causes the crew to lav over in
Tipton at night .making the run to
Hooneville early in the morning.
The connections all along the line
are made better by the diange.
The game of ball that was to have
been played here last Sunday after
noon between Versailles and Colo
1 ... . . I . MM...
Iowa field of amp uiu not maieriaii.c. i hi.-
fmnn ti-.-im mine, but were disaii-
n,,,:,it ivMt to Eldon Wednesday ville, lexas, was Here several (lays
and yesterday to see the game between ' last week looking after some business !
... , i r :n i Imntti-rs. The Governor sneaks i'li
Eldon and Versailles teams the game
yesterday being a double-header.
Chairman T. G. .Snorgrass of the
old Democratic county committee
came over from near Tipton Monday
to attend the county convention, and
was pressed in to jury service at cir
Wray Witten, who has1 been in
attendance at the State University
arrived home last week for his
vacation prior to the opening of the
fall term of the Vorsalles public
Why should you go elsewhere with
your produce, poultry, eggs, etc.,
when you always get the highest
prices and best treatment at the old
standby, the Nat. Pouliry House,
Fred Nichols, Manager.
Mrs. H. F. Delhi of Salt Lake
City, Utah, arrived here on Thursday
of last week and will remain in this
city with her mother, Mrs. E. S.
Hunter. Mrs. Deihl was formerly in
business in Salt I-ake City.
W. R. Hond, who had been absent
from here several years and who dur
ing his absence had made a tour of
the Philippines and Hawaii, airived
in this citv Tuesday and went to Har
nett to visit his bro'ther, T. P. Bond.
His looks indicated that his tour had
been very agreeable.
B. A. William, tin) South Side pro
coryiuon, handles a choice line of gro
uvi ieh uud cauued good.
matters. The Governor speaks mi
glowing terms of Texas and the
country south of where he is located.
He says it is God's country in reality.
The editor of this paper went to
Versailles Saturday, on business.
He found that enterprising little city
enjoying a substantial growth and
pursuing a liberal policy towards
nublic and private enterprises that
will make its future secure. Smith-
Circuit Court was occupied all day
Tuesday on the case of the State vs.
Bert Thruston charged with felonious
assault, the trial being by jury. This
is the case in which Thruston stabbed
Dan Hester some time ago near their
homes, owing to family trouble. The
jury found Thruston guilty and as
sessed his fine at S100.
Unusual interest attaches to the
attraction at Krauss Opera House
Monday night, August 20, in that it
will offer a series of moving
pictures depicting the events attend
ing the great earthquake disaster at
San Francisco. Manager Krauss
annnounces that the usual role will
be deviated from somewhat. The
ixirformancc will run for two hours
and the management announces that
the moving panarama wjll be com
plete, showing tne disaster irom tne
beginning to the end.
Chas. W. Kavanaugh the Abstracter
would like to write your deeds,
mortgages, contracts, etc.
, ' ,., . , .. , pointed in their pitcher ami owing to
Hen Clifton, son of Justice J. M. ' , n .
Clifton, who arrived home last week
rom Kansas uuy, aim wm, ......
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SUIieHU Willi llllm J '""""I "
nnri.li licnimfiinli'f I hut their
.... . . . . Will. .1UIIIT lll.ll I H.II..V..J .....
apid y improving since he came to ' .
1 ' ' . . mnmi iv.TS returned, vet It was it
Versailles. The healthful air of this ' .... ' armim.
locality has a decidedly favorable "
effect which his friends are glad to Seven young ladies neio a pinow
nolc party at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
.... .!... w ic tl... n.i.i (Sco. Krauss on North Monroe street
week in Fayetteville. Ark., where he last Saturday night and it was a , oily
visited the college in that city. He a"""- ny 11,11 ' 1 "
found the institution in pretty good a c -
shape, having had f,00 students last !ow being the only couch to wh. h
year. Herbert stopped at Spring-V .7. "
field on his return and stales that they V - -
, , was a most pleasing feature of tin-
were iiavinu n n.ini mm. " . .,,
jury to try the men implicated in the entertainment. Of course the pillow
,.,,., were miu umt nui im- imi-...
recent negro killing.
Jim Hubbard will depart for St. "
Louis about September 1st when he The Missouri LanncI cool corn-
will enter Christian Brothers College pany wlio are smKing a new mm..- ....
where he will take an advanced some of their coal property 011 iue
collagc cource covering five years. Miller county line southeast of Ver-
His father, Dr. J. 1). Hubbard, will sallies have struct: u vein ui cuu...i
:,r, om,.:.nv hin to the citv and KCt coal WhlCtl DIUS lair to oe me iicu ) it
him started in good shape. Jim is a discovered in that territory. The
close student and with proper appli- company are still developing u.e mm
cation will make his mark in the anil will soon be in position to make
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(mure. a lavoraoic report, inn win uui ninj
the find until they know positivti)
what they have got. It will be given
out in due time.
When You Want
Don't forget that
it payn to see me
before you buy.
H. F. Abell.
Don't Blame Me!
It is not my fault. I have plenty
of good tender Meats, und if you will
persist in eating old tough stun, Keep
it yourself. C. H. Mason,
The Get There Hutclten