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Morgan County Republican.
CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS.
Seventh Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, Sept. 6. 1906. No. 36 .
g-yt . f CT I I I OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
ClOSing (JUt 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 arc 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
. Matting Department.
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 arc 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 $10.00.
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
Fall and Winter Opening
tahte Millinery Bazar
Friday and Saturday,
Sept. 14 and 15, 1906
Our buyer Airs. Olive A. Child, has spent several weeks
in Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City, studying the styles
and the latest fads and fancies in Millinery, and purchasing
the finest line of goods ever brought to Versailles.
Our Pattern Hats
Are the latest creations of the milliner's art. We will have
the services of Miss Grace Jcnnisnn, an acknowledged artist
as trimmer. No pains will be spared to give the ladies of
Versailles and vicinity the benefit of our knowledge ob
tained by the presence of our personal representative in
the centers of fashion.
Remember Razar Opening Sept. 14 and 15.
MRS. N. E. MOUNTS.
I H. K. ENLOE, 5
5 Office 'I'lmn.
J ire 'Phone
Private money to loan by Chas.
The Democratic county committee
held a meeting here Monday.
The famous Kingsly-Russell Co. at
the opera house all next week.
(Jo to the Millinery Ha.ar Opening
on the south side Sept. 11 and 15.
Fred Monsess, the county assessor,
was transacting business in this city
Miss Virgie Potter is making a visit
this w;ek with friends and relatives
A number from this city and vicin
ity are taking in the Moniteau County
Fair at California this week.
Mrs. Olive A. Child, of Lexington,
was here the. fore part of the week,
arranging with her sister, Mrs. N. K.
M Hints of the llazar, for their autumn
"Utah," the great 4-aet rural com
edy, at the opera house next week.
Prices 15, 25 anil 35c.
Remember the ball game at base
ball park next Tuesday afternoon.
Versailles vs. Indians.
K. M. Duff this week secured the
painting contract on the new Odd
One lady will will be admitted free
with each paid 35c ticket, at the
opera house Monday night.
Attorney John (Jibbs was attending
to business in the Moniteau circuit
court at California this week.
Ladies, you are invited to visit the
Opening at the Millinery liazar, next
Friday and Saturday. Sept. 14-15.
Roy and Frank Stockton departed
this week for Sedalia, where they will
each take a course. at Hill's Business
Clay Sparks' running horse cap
tured the blue ribbon in three of the
races at the llunceton fair last week.
Clay came home smiling.
V. W, NoyeK. formerly a real es
tate dealer at this place, now at his
home at Olathe, Kansas, was trans
acting business here last week.
The Latest New Idea 10c
Patterns now on sale at Carl
W. Biersach's, on the corner.
Popper's Corn Contest.
Look out for Popcr's big Corn
Contest advertisement which will ap
pear in our next week's issue.
Farmers who expect to enter this
Contest should examine their corn
cribs, select their best specimens of
corn and be ready for this event.
Popper's corn contest last year was
one of the big features of the street
fair, and it will be still better this
year, and corn raisers are advised to
get busy at onee, so as to be in line
when the exhibit is called for.
For fresh tender meats at al! times,
call on the Rutcher and Orocer.
C. H. Prick.
Hd Cline, who has been quite sick
for several weeks, was reported to be
much worse Tuesday.
Chas. V. Kavanaugh the Abstracter
would like to write your deeds,
mortgages, contracts, etc.
The latest in hcadwear at the low
est prices, at the South Side Millinery
Uaar. Opening Sept. 14-15.
The colored ball team of Olean
came here last Sunday and were de
feated by Miller's colored colts by a
score of 24 to 7.
Don't forget the big show at the
opera house Monday night. Lots of
singing and (lancing. Admission,
15, 25 and 35e.
The children seemed as eager for
the opening of school this week as
they were for their summer acation
when our schools closed in May.
M. L. Joachimi and wife now oc
cupy their neat cottage on Williamson
avenue, having had the place re
modled and moved in this week.
Miss Ivmma Jloaz, who has been
spending a part of her vacation with
her parents, Rev. ami Mrs. K. C.
Hoaz, of this city, returned to Kan
sas City Saturday.
A farmer was on our street with a
wagon loail of clover honey Monday.
The fellow who is soured on every
thing ought to have bought the whole
load and try to sweeten up.
Jim Hubbard left last Sunday for
St. Louis, where he has entered on a
course at Christian Hrolhers College.
He was accompanied to the city by
his father, Dr. Joel I)i Hubbardi
The failure to receive the iron for
the new Oddfellow building has de
layed the brick laying, but the walls
will probably be going up next week.
It seems as if the rainy season had
started in, as it rained Sunday and
Monday anil Tuesday morning, and
looked yesterday as if it wasn't
With the Kansas City Presbytery
and the Street and County Fair both
on the boards in Versailles the Iat
week in September, this city .should
be lively indeed.
J. Will Smith, of Little Morgan,
was here Monday in attendance at
the meeting of the Democratic County
Committee. He made the Rri'iiii
i.ican office a friendly call.
Remember, we open with our new
Millinery next Friday and Saturday,
Sept. 14 and 15, in order that all may
have their new Hats for the Street
Fair. Mrs. J. W. IIoi.ks.
There was 1,'ji) tickets sold by the
Mo. Pac. agent at this place last
Thursday for llunceton, and all who
went, of course, had the time of their
lives, llunceton is not yet on the
bum by several.
R. (J. Richardson and wife, of
Florence, were transacting business
in the city last Thursday and made
this office an appreciated call, and
Mr. Richardson added his name to
our Florence list.
Versailles Lodge, No. 117, A. F.
& A. M., had an interesting meeting
Saturday night, and conferred the F.
C. degree on a candidate in splendid
shape. This means work in the M.
M. degree at next meeting.
Don't fail to remember that the
big Versailles and Morgan County
Street Fair will be pulled off Sept.
24-20, five days of fun and fiolic,
and the finest display of farm pro
ducts ever seen in this section.
H. S. Woods, who has been spend
ing his summer vacation here with
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. O.
Woods, departed last Saturday for
Champaign, III., where he holds a
position in the University of Illinois
as ai instructor in chemistry. Her
bert is to be congratulated upon the
progress he is making on educational
lines, and it is evident his abilities
are being recognized, as this is his
second year with this institution.
Street Fair Hats.
So many calling for Street Fair
Hats, we have decided to open with
our new goods September 14th
and 15th. Vou will find us with a
beautiful, well selected stock of Mil
linery, from the several markets
Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City.
We have been careful to select the
most up-to-date and best styles on
the market, and we are going to giw:
you the very lowest prices -possible.
Come to see us, we will treat you
MRS. J. W. ROLFS, Fast Side.
Representative Norlleet, while at
tending the big b'epublican rally lieu:
Saturday added his name to our Kv
celsior list. Hxcelsior is his motto,
and he' will continue to ably repre
sent Morgan county in the state leg
islature. We were a little late last week,
owing to the failure of our paper get
ting here on time, and we are hue
this week with a big rush of job pinn
ing, and nearly the entire force li
the sick list, which also accounts t'ir
our lack of local and other news.
Dr. Varnell, the dentist, repot t
that he pulled more teeth dunr.
August than for any other month
since he started in business. Tl :.
does not mean that the teeth of ti c
people are getting worse, but the-
have had so much to eat this ear
they just wore them out.
Don't fail to visit the leading ni"!
linery establishment for up-to-date
styles. Our buyers have been !
three cities St. Louis, Chicr.go an1
Kansas City and have pcrt-onall'
selected goods, taking special care t '
secure the latest creations for ti r
benefit of our patrons. Our prv ei
will be the lowest.
Mrs. N. K. Mount.
The Oddfellows held their regulat
meeting Tuesday night, with a small
attendance, but Secretary Popper ii
fixing it up so those who don't ic-
port present hereafter will hear sen. .(.
thing "pop" when they do come.
An application for membership '
card was received) and there will i-e
work in the 1st degree next Tuckdn)
night, so come out and help. Al
the previous meeting the Lodge sub
scribed for $1,000 worth of stoci. nl
the new Oddfellow building.