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Morgan County Republican.
CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS.
SEVENTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Aug. 30, 1906. No. 35.
S r III OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
ClOSing UUt Oale! Summer Dress Goods
As well as the Entire Stock of
Ready - 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,
1.75, 2.00 and $2.50. 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.
Popper's For Mattings.
Embroidered Waist Patterns.
We still have a large stock to
select from, not wishing to win
ter them over we have decided to
sell them at prices ranging from
$1.25 to $5.00 in order to sell
them quick. They 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.
Here 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
go. Summer Coats and Pants, a regular Out
ing Suit worth $12, will go in this sale, includ
ing a Fancy Vest, for $IO.OO.
We have a large 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 PLEASE,
Leader in Low Prices and First-Class
5 H. K. ENLOE.
Cloort Fits Guaranteed in Clothing
at the Famous.
Fred Sackett, ol Chicago, is visit-'
ing relatives and friends here, his old
Attorney K. M. Carter attended
circuit court at Linn Creek, Camden
county last week.
Street Commissioner Dnccy has
purchased the Parr restaurant on
West Newton street.
(J. F. Richards, representing the
St. Louis Printers' Supply Co., was a
pleasant caller last Friday.
Newton Todd, proprietor of the
City Hotel at Stover, was over to our
city Tuesday on business.
Robt. MeClanahan, who was visit
ing relatives here the past week, rc-
rurned to Kansas City Tuesday.
W.dt Hamlin acted as night central
for the lildon Telephone Kxchange
last week, returning home Monday.
Miss Anna Yarnell of Versailles
was the guest of Mrs. Rusk the latter
part of the week. Olean Indepen
dent. Miss Nellie Johnson of Iloonville
has been a visitor here during the
neck, the guest of Miss Maggie
J. W. Kirk and wife, who spent a
month at HI Dorado Springs, have
returned home, both much improved
Shirts, Shirts, Shirts of all kinds, at
Remember the Republican rally at
Versailles Saturday. Take a day off
and help swell the crowd.
V. L. Rradshaw of Harnett, Demo
cratic candidate for Presiding Judge,
was smiling at friends here Monday.
Miss Kate Harms, of Kansas City,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Harms, of the Ilinkcn neigh
borhood. Rev. J. I,. McKee, of Kansas City,
returned Monday, and will spend a
month on his ranch five miles south
east of Versailles.
Private monev to loan by Chas.
For fresh tender meats at all times,
call on the Rutcher and Grocer.
C. H. Pkick.
Jas. H. Tompkins, of Harnett, Was
a pleasant visitor Tuesday morning,
and settled up his subscription and
quit square and fair.
Mrs. F. D. Harrison, who was so
seriously injured a month ago, was
able Monday to enjoy a buggy ride
for the first time since the accident.
Hal and James McNair, the form
er of Juneau, Alaska, and the latter
of California, are here, called owing
to the serious illness of their mother.
John G. Witten will leave for
Texas the first of the month to place
the great educational desk in the
homes of the people of the Lone Star
Chas. W. Kavanaugh the Abstracter
would like to write your deeds,
mortgages, contracts, etc.
Our 'phone number is 135. When
Miss Georgia Hayes, of Bunccton,
visited here several days this week,
the guest of her friend, Miss Mary
Mrs. J. Morris Griffin, with her son
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Fir-6 at the Hotel Martin.
There was a small lire in the office
of the Hotel Martin Monday morning,
but no damage done, as it was con
fined in the heating stove and was
thoroughly enjoyed by the many
Ddn't Blornc Me!
It is not in v fault. I have plenty
I.. Stephens, this week.
Regular communication of Ver
sailles lodge No. 117, A. F. He A. M.,
next Saturday night, Sept. 1st. A
full attendance is expected.
Prosecuting Attorney W. T. S.
Agec returned Thursday from Linn
Creek where he had been attending
Camden county circuit court.
K. W. Cochran will open a restau
rant in the building formerly occu
pied by the Adams Poultry Company
on West Newton street.
Luther Fry, of Webb City, is here
this week, his wife having preceded
him owing to the serious illness of
her mother, Mrs. James McNair.
Joe Rowe, of the south part of the
county, was in town Monday after
wire to complete telephone line
across the south part of the county.
Died, at his home in Harnett, Sun
day evening, Aug. 20th, Win. Mar
riott, of lung trouble. His remains
was laid to rest in the Hopewell
cemetery Monday, Aug. 27th, the
funeral services being.conducted by
Rev. Williams of the Presbjterinn
church. Mr. Marriott Was an old
citizen of the county, a faithful mem
ber of the Christian church, a good
neighbor and friend. He was a
of good tender Meats, and if ou will I brother-in-law of John M. Williams,
persist in eating old tough stuff, keep 6X.heriff of Morgan county, now of
it yourself. C. H. .Mason, 'Jefferson City, and Leo Railoelbach
adv in the Rr.ruin.iCAN, or a supply of
our fine job printing, call us up. We
are at your service.
Versailles Lodge, No. 10, A. O.
U. W., has been reorganized, and is
now taking in a number of new mem
bers. They meet every 2d and 4th
Friday nights in each month.
Joe Moore, one of our progressive
farmers northeast of town, brought in
a sample hill of corn Monday, three
stalks and eight ears. Pretty good
for one hill, and lots more as good.
K. A. Crewson has purchased the
T. R. Williams property on Maple
avenue in West Lawn. Mr. Williams
and family have moved to Sedalia,
where they will nuke their luture
William Phillips, from Huflalo,
brought in a sample bunch of m ille
which mcausred six-a-half feet. This
country is good for millet, and any
other crop that will grow in this lat
itude. While talking about factories for
Versailles, what is the matter with a
canning factory. When managed in
a business way the profits to the
stockholders are large, while the
At Versailles. Mo.,
Saturday, September 1, 1906.
Hon. T. J. AKINS, Republi
can Nat. Com. for Missouri
and Hon. W. F. QUIGLEY,
congressional nominee, to be
Delegations from over the
Tipton Band will furnish
music. Every Republican in
the county should attend.
The big meeting of Satur
day will be called to order
promptly at 1:30 p. 111., at the
There will be a night meet
ing at S o'clock, when Hon. T.
J. Akin is expected to deliver
The Get Tlicrf Hutcher. 0f this city.
Gen. J. K. Hudson went to Tope
ka Tuesday, to visit a few days with
W. S. Heard, of the handle factory,
returned Irom a business trip to St.
Louis Wednesday morning.
Chas. Goodman returned Sunday
night from his Colorado trip, having
obtained nice qurters at Colorado
Springs for his wife and her mother,
who arc sojourning at the Springs for
the benefit of their health.
the J. M. Adams Produce Co. are
successors to the National Poultry &
Hgg Co. in this city, having last week
purchased the business here. Fred
Nichols, who had charge of the Na
tional's business will be manager of
the new company.
Sneed Farris and sister, of Chil-
howie, Va., who have spent the sum
lller visiting a sister at Nicholas, Cal.,
stopped off here on their return to
their Virginia home, to visit their
brother, G. W. Farris, who lives three
miles east of town.
The Hoard of Aldermen met in
regular session at the conncil chain
profits to the fanners beat that of any i,cr Monday night, when W. L
other crop, and certainly as fine to- Stephens, the new alderman was in
matocs and as large crops can be stalled, and J. W. Kirk, who had
grown around Versailles as any other i,een absent for fevcral weeks pre
part of the state.
Today is set apart for the great
Hryan anti-trust reception at New
York. We suppose that means that
every fellow who takes part will huvc
to pay cash. "No trustie, no hustic."
S. H. Livingston and wife came
over from Sedalia and spent several
days with home folks here this week.
Monday, accompanied by P. H.
Antweiler and family, they enjoyed
an outing at Webster's lake, on the
Mrs. K. C. Morrison, with her
sister, Miss Walt Gunn, arrived here
Monday night from Nevada, Mon
and will stop with her relatives for a
time. She has been sick for several
weeks, but was, able to make the trip
J. A. Kmcrson, who has been
building a large brick plant at Helm
boldt, Neb., returned Sunday to
spend a month with his family at this
place. He will continue to mak-
Versailles his home, he cannot well
find a better one.
Say, wasn't it a scorcher Saturday
evening? Hut it was different Mon
day morning. Guess the thermom
eter fell at least three stories froln
as hot as hades Saturday evening to
as cool as Greenland's icy mountains
The Latest New Idea 10c
Patterns now on sale at Caii
W. Biersach's, on the corner.
The Morgan County Republican
Executive Committee will meet at
headquarters at 10 o'clock a. in.,
Saturday. A part of the business to
be transacted is the selection of a
candidate for judge of the eastern
district, on account of F. S. Rowmaii
leaving the county, and the selection
of a candidate for constable of
Moreau township. All committee
men arc expected to be present.
Fine Job Printing.
Mr. Tillman has agreed to stay
with tts for a while, and we canguai
antee you the best job printing be
tween St. Louis and Kansas City, or
rather between the Mississippi and
the Kaw, at reasonable rates and
prompt delivery. All work guar
anteed. Give us a trial.
E. A. Willlnm. the .South Side jfio
ceryiusui, handles u choice line of lmC"
! vious owing to sickness was present. cer,cs aud canuuil tfd